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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 21 April 1858

TWO DAYS AFTER ARRIVAL. SCHOONER ROBERT BURNS. W. A, GUESDON & CO, Are instructed to sell by public auction, at the Wharf, Two Days after Arrival, ex- pected in about a week, THAT Substantially-built Schooner RO- BERT BURNS, 37 Tons Register, but capable of carrying from 70 to 80 tons, with new boatsi, anchors, chains, stores, standing gear, ice., at she now is in first-rate work- ing trim. This schooner is built of blue gum, is well found in stores and every requisite, when fnll laden draws only 7 feet of water, is quite new, and was built expressly for the colonial trade, and is only sold in conse- quence of the present owner leaving the co- lony. Terms and date of sale in future adver iiement. 771 Two Stone Cottages, in Murray-street, and Weather Boarded Cottages, in Melville-street, Held for a term of 12 Years at a low , Ground Rent. On the Premises, ?WEDNESDAY, MAY 5,1858, At Two o'clock, MISSES.' WORLEY & FRODSHAM, Are instructed to sell by public auction, 1 In...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Daily Mercury, The
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GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 21 April 1858

GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. MORMONS RETUBNINO.-We have heard a rumour that several companies of Mormons, who had but recently started "for Salt ^h°¡ had reconsidered, the matter, and returned (o San Bernardino. This M) a sensible mov'emènt.snd it'is only tobe ri-gfetted that they were so foolish.as,to .sacrifice their property for .the purpose of obeying the heartless mandates of, the rule» it toe ebureh,-XM Angelos ##/v EXECUTION.- Yesterday morning, Thomas Collinan. who was convicted at the late Criminal Sittings.of tho Supremo Court, of tho wilful murder of Amelia Dorcas Murray, at Three Hut Point, underwent tho extreme ponalty of the law, within the walls of the Gaol at Hobart Town. Tho culprit being of the Roman Catho- lic persuasion, was attended in his last moments by tho vory Rev. tho Vicar) General and the j Rev. Wm. Woods, and to'.tho last declared lils innocenco of tho criino of which ho bad been convicted. Ho stated that he forgave all con- cerned in his prosecution, even a* b...

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RICHMOND POLICE OFFICE. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 21 April 1858

, RICHMOND POLICE OFFICE. MONDAY. [ i Present :-William Villeneuve Smith, Esq Lovell, and Bassett Dixon, Esquires. Mr. Smith said, certain allegations bavlng been made by Mr. Wilmot to the Executive, relative to mv conduct na a magistrate in the case of Butcher v. Foster, imputing to me not only illegality in my proceedings, but subsequently indirectly imputing to me turbulence of conduct in the discharge of my magisterial duties, it appears to me, that it is due to myself as a magistrate, and also necessary for the preservation ofthat respect which is due to the Bench that I should publicly place upon recoid the decision of the Executive upon this matter. But before I read a copy of a letter of the Colonial Secretary to Mr. Wilmot which has been sent to me, I will briefly reoitp tho circum- stances which induced Mr. Wilmot to send those allegations to the Executive. Coining into Court some weeks ago, I found th it the case of Butcher v. Foster was under ad« judicatinn. I was presen...

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CHRISTIANITY SHOULD COMMENCE AT HOME. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 21 April 1858

CHRISTIANITY SHOULD COM- MENCE AT HOME. It is after fanily worship that a Glasgow young lady retire» to write Sapphic letters, or have a quiet cup of cocoa, made strong, with a companion in private. It is a Free Kirk deacon, who, with £100,000 of debts (chiefly, ofconrsa, to the Western Bank) and very shadowy assets, bo-ides a town and country house for what we may cill his own proper u*e, supplies a manse and needful sustentation for a " friend" of the pleasanter sex. The gentleman who overdraws his account at the Wes- tern Btnk £67,000, also announce1« himself a proprietor of a " religious" newspaper, which denounces as worthless in this world and lo»t in the next the man that would either take or give leave to go upon the rail or upon the river on the first dav of the week, and which will doubtless denounce us a« " infidel" for maintaining as we do, and shall do, that all this is the profane mockery and not the sa- cred reality of religion. Or take the Glasgow meeting for sending...

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POLICE OFFICE. TUESDAY. (Before W. Ta[?]leton, Esq., Police Magistrate and A. Kennerley Esquire.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 21 April 1858

POLICE OFFICE. TUESDAY. (Before W. Tarleton, Esq., Police Magistrate   and A. Kennerley Esquire.) Nu/ht Charges.-One drunkard was fined 40<. for repealed imbibat:on ; three were fined 20^. cich, and four 10s. each. One female was fined 5s. fir disturbing the peace Out after Hours-James Kearney, 1.1., was sentenced to A month's imprisonment with hard labour for being out after hours between 11 mid 12 o'clock lapt night. Marguiet Cullen, t 1., was charged with the same offence, and with ren> esenting her- se f to he a free woman. Tho prisoner, whose face exhibited marks of a beating, stated, that she had been beaten by some man, and was afraid to go home. She waa sentenced to two mouth's imprisonment with hard labour. Atsent Servant. - Thomai llutch'nwn, fatin labcurer, was charged by Mr. S. Page of Oatlands, under the Masters' and Serv- ants' Act, with absenting himself from his service without leave from Jericho on the ICth instant. Mr. Page stated further...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. FIVE DAYS LATER NEWS FROM CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 21 April 1858

r LATEST INTELLIGENCE. FIVE DAYS LATER NEWS FROM CALIFORNIA. Tjra MASÍA TOB BLOOD.-MUBDEBS AND SUICIDES,-PKOQRESS OP TUE MOHUOK REBSLUOK. - LATEST FBOM UTAH. By the arrival of the " Vaquero," at Victoria, we hare San Francisco papers to the 28th of January, being five days later than the intelligence received by way of Sydney. A joint committee ot the two branches of the State Legisla- ture have reported, by a majority of six to four, m favor of a Convention having for ifs object the framing of a new Constitution. The proposition, how- ever, meets with powerful opposition from a considerable section of the pub- lic and the prêts. The Honourable Harvey Lee has in- troduced into the Assembly, a bill for the " suppression of the mobs and in- surrections/' and the measure, accord line io the Eerala, yill receive the cordial approbation of every right-¡i minded man, and good citizen through- d out the length and breadth of the State. "California," obäervesour contemporary, " has earned f...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 21 April 1858

STEAM TO MELBOURNE. THE T.* N. Co.'» Steam Ship «CITY OF HOBART" ^ will ' leave for K "EL BOURNB on WEDNESDAY, tl-e 2lst April; 1858, at uoon. ' CBABIEB Tout, Tuanaçer, T. S. N. Co. '"All cargo intended for shipment must be ilongside the steamer, and bills of lading sent in >on the evening previous to staiting. Franklin Wharf, _ , April 13, 1#58. 1685 STEAM TO SYDNEY, VIA TWOFOLD BAY. THE T.S.N. G«»» STEAM.8HIP "TASMANIA" Will leave for SYDNBY ria TWO-' FOLD BAY, on or about SATUR DAT, 24th April, at NOON. , CITABT.KS TOBY, \ , ¿Manager T. S. N. Co. April 14, 1858, , Franklin Wharf. i I 1836 THEATRE ROYAL. CONCERTS FOR THE PEOPLE. BOXES, 2a. 6 3s,; FIT, l8.; GALLE EY, 6d. MR. FARQUHARSON Häji lo airouice tri tt he will have the 1 o lor of g \ in" ]i s VOCAL AND DESCRIPTIVE ENTERTAINMENTS EVERY EVENING During the ensuing week '(excepting Satur- day), commencing , , MONDAY, APRIL 19xit, l&58.f New Programm*. New Songs. NewScenas. New Buffo and Humoious Songs. To Commence at...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 21 April 1858

MARRIED, On the 20th instant, at the Congregational Church, Davey-street, by the Rev. Geo.   Clarke, MR. ROBERT J. WILLS to MATILDA, eldest daughter of Mr W. G. Salier, New Norfolk. a 21

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 21 April 1858

First Ship for London in May. TO SAIL ABOUT 14th. Til E magnificent frigate built ship HOUGOUMONT, A 1 at Lloyd's for 13 years, 1,200 tons, J. H. DALTON, com- mander, belonging to Messrs. Duncan Dunbar and Sons. The accommodation this t-plcndid vessel affords for iii st-olas* passengers is unrivalled ; the cabins for spaoe and ventilation being superior to any other vessel in tho port. The 'tween decks, for second and third olaas passengers, arc unusually lofty and well ventilated, and the name of her well known owners is a sulficiant guarantee that the provisions supplied will be of the best description. Carries an experienced surgeon. As several applications have already been made for passages, early application will be necessary, Rates of Passage : Cabin . as per agreement. Second cabin .., £35, Third, cabin ,.. ... £25 and £20, Por further particulars, apply to W EST OARTII, Ross and Co,, agents^ MeUbcaune. " ~~ Notice- -- - PURSUANT to the Proviso for that Purpose contained in ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF HOBART TOWN. ABBIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 21 April 1858

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF HOBART TOWN. ABBIVED. * it, wita ê onlRo. 'April 20-Glencoe, barque, 160 tons. White, from Port Albert, 14th instant, with cattle. Passengers-Mrs. White A Son. Agents-Boys and Hall. April 20-Eclipse, schooner, 190 tons, Wolfe, Ama Port Albert, 14th instant, with cattle. Powengers-Mrs. Wolfe and child ; Mail, I lag. Agenta-Guesdon & Co. April 20-Athol, schooner, 253 tons, Walker, fteas Newcastle, N. S. W,, Ht instant, with -coat Agents-Tondeur and Lcmpriere. -April §0-Fair Tasmanian, schooner« -teni, Moore, from Twofold Bay, 14th ii «nth cattle and sbeep. Agents-Guesdon -April 20-Boindee, schooner, CO tons, Quested feats the East Coast, with produce. Passengers -Mr.Gallaghar, Mr. Cassel«, Mrs. Copley, Mr. Xockby. Mr. Brunsden, «rife and 2 children, 3ir. Chatterton. Agent-I. Wright. CLEARED OUT. April 20-Dart, brig, 131 tons, Sansomc, for <6«tlong, with cargo. Passengers-Mr. Cato, Mr. Stauard, Mr. Myers, and C in the steerage. April 20...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 22 April 1858

NEW ZEALAND. By the (general Wool vye haye Auckland papers to the 29th utt., befug fjre days' later than previous date*. The gessioq of the Provincial Council commenced on the 25th of November, 1857, waa brought to a close on tlie 21th of March, 1858, after a nearly con- tinuous sitting of four months. The folio« ing address was delivered by'the Superintendent, when proro- guing the Council ¡ " Mr, Speaker and Gen! leinen, " At the close of an uutuuilly long session I am happy in being able to congratulate you upon the «mount of practical and well-considered legislation which has been accomplished. '«The U'aste Land Act, na I have already communicated to you, having received thy assent of His Excellency tlie Governor has become law. It will bo my caro bo to administer the Act that tie greatest possible advantage for the province may be attained ; mid I have confidence that, after the long and mature consideration which it has re- ceived from the Council, and after having been finall...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 22 April 1858

SYDNEY. By the lasmania, wo have Sydney Journals to the 17th instant. In the Legislative O-mnoil, when (hg Dts riot Counts, lhl{ vyas i\\\ Iqr. ponsj: deration, Mr. VYis.« propqs.<id and CitPfiic1 au amendment, (l8 to 0), fixing tlw saj.ii ¡us ql'tho Judge.-,, instealol leavi g thuin to be granted annually by Pat i i ment. Tnere had been a very animated debate in the House ol As-em lily relit [vu to the removal of tdje trqqpsj tq {acta,. TIju quegtion taróse Upqn th« receipt of .j mus-uge from Chu Gqvernor. Genepai In- viting $pi ^ssanib)y to provide lor addi- tional polioe, in o'jiisequince if the de parluie ol' the Military for India. Upon this Mr. Thornton moved that it was not expcilieitt that the Artillery Cqppa at present in Sydnoy should ho'removed to Lidja. The Government opposed this motion ; und, says the Empire, much patriotic d ela nation, and many professions of indomitable val mr were- id lulgod in by honorable members. »Mr John Campbell'deolared, amidst tum...

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SYDNEY SHIPPING. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 22 April 1858

SYDNEY SHIPPING. April 13-Tamar, sch., from Hobart Town. DEPABTCBS. April 14-Firefly, brig, for Hobart Town ' Tia Newcastle. NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. April 14-i'arrow, brig, 228 tons, Captain | M'Donald, from Launceston. i

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MUNICIPAL TAXATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 22 April 1858

MUNICIPAL TAXATION. We announced more than a week ago that the .Municipal Council bud deter- mined upon levying two rates of nine pence in the pound, one under the Cor- poration Act and one for Police pur« poses. We deemed it advisable to relieve the minds of the citizens, many pf whom had been induced to believe that they would be patjed upon to, pay some three or four shillings jn the pound. We ridiculed this supposition from the very beginning ; knowing, as we did, that the cry was raised fop political purposes by persons whose {.ander solicitude for our pockets is nevt-r evoked until some other party's bind is insinuated into them. There was some» thing so positively monstrous in the idea of levying such an amount of tax- ation as was declared inevitable, that ojr only marvel was how the citizens could have been so easily practised upon, when tho end to be gained and the means employed for accomplishing that end were so transparent. We trust, howeyer, that the lesson l)icjs taug...

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MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 22 April 1858

«.' -MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. Tub Columbian-Tho February mail is Overdue eight days. The inconvenience of these constant delays is becoming a ¿burden too grie- vous to be borne. Wo are not eels that are ' traditionally said to Uko being skinned-they are used to it. Disappointment is now our monthly portion, but the uses of this adversity are not bo create patience and penitence. In atead of answering English letters promptly, we lose a month'» mail. How long is this miser- able service to be continued ? The Glasgow Company was a Home Government job from the , beginning, and now Mr. Wilson Ulks with complacency of the admirable manner in which the arrangement» lins been can ¡¿J out.-Sydney Morning Berala, VJth inst. Tue Tasmania left Sydney on Saturday at 4 o'clock, and arrived at Twofold Bay on Sun , day, remaining till Monday afternoon to take In »beep, and other cargo : after a good run, with fine weather «bo anchored alongside the franklin Wbaifyesterday at half-past 3 in the «atc...

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THE MERCURY THURSDAY, APRIL 22ND, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 22 April 1858

THE MERCURY ? ii ii i m, t m THURSDAY, APRIL 22nd, 1858. We have much pleasure in giving pub- licity to the following paper showing the result of several experiments which have been made with EnglLh and Colonial Goals, and Tasmanian gum logs and leaves, for the purpQse of. ascertaining their relative value in the manufacture of gas. It will be seen that the result obtained from the Sydney Coal is only eight hundred cubic feet more than that obtained from, our Fingal Coal. We have on several occasions directed at- tention to the advantages which would accrue from, the working of the Fiugal Mines, and the result now obtained clearly demonstrates those advantages. It is well t^ovvii.that the deeper the mine is worked the richer and more valuable becomes the Coal extracted. This has been invariably the case in all parts of the world r- and we have no rpason to suppose but thatpn experiment the same law vyftl be found in operation here. Now, the mines from which the Australian Agricultur...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. YESTERDAY'S MARKETS. Mercury Office, April 21st. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 22 April 1858

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. YESTERDAY'S MARKETS. Mercury Office, April 21st. , Very little w«s doing in the grain maiket ."to-day. Wheat was quoted at 7s to 7s 31 per bushel though 7s Od roar ¡b» obtained fora very superior sample. Colonial oats are in good denuBd for seed at Ca Cd to 7s. Cspe barley is also enquired for and fetches from Os Cd to 7s according togauipte. English barley ia in good demand at 8a to 8s Cd, but supplies como in Wry »lowly, and in small quantities. Loose hajr moves off at £7 10» to £8 10s per ton »Kcordiujf lo quality ; the demand tor pressed hay , baa fallen off, and prices are not very firm; , country pressed is quoted at £7 to £i, aud bfttraulio pressed «it £8 10s. Not much is doing i« petatees at £8 to £9. There is a fair en qTury for onions, and the ouVenccd quotations »till obtain, £20 to £24 per ton. The flour market continue» quiet. flour from the best colonial wheat is still selling at i £14 to £18 por ton according to quantity. Bran ~ and sharps a» ...

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THE DENISON TESTIMONIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 22 April 1858

THE DENISON TESTIMONIAL;. As we stated a few days ago would be the case the Denison Testimonial has arrived by the Tasmania from Syduey, and nil} be placed jn the TJtiiou Bank of Australia for safety this day, 1'he testimonial will be exhibited for the inspection -of the subscribers and the nublic, who, we ftel assured, will derive much pleasure in viewing a mpm.'iitj presented by themselves, independent altogether of its being so magnificent a work of art as it is represented to be. We do not know where tlie Testi- monial will be exhibited, It is to re- main here for three weeks. As. soon as the gentlemen to whoso custody it has been coufided have made their ar- rangements, the subscribers and the publia wfll bo itifüfined by adv^ptise ment where tl)d testimonia} pan be seen imd at what time,

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TO THE EDITOR OF TIMES IN LONDON. Per favor of the H. T. Daily Mercury. MANUFACTURED GOODS—MIS STATEMENT OF THE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 22 April 1858

TO THE EDITOR OF TIMES IN LONDON. Per favor of the H. T, Daily Mercmy MANUFACTURED OIODS- MISsSTATF.MENT OF THE rilESS. Sia,-Upon reference to the Market prices transmitted to London through the medium of our Colonial Press by the last mail it will be seen that Earthenware i? said to be in demand, for good samples, and feeling con vinced that such a statement is likely to mislead and ruin our English Merchants' I beg leave to inform you, and that without fear of contradticion, that our market is trebly overstocked with that ai tide, und can- not meet a market at any price Twenty years experience in this trade has afforded me sufficient knowledge of this market, and of the sale and value of goods And I know of my own knowledge that Earthenware has not for the lu-.t year p o duced the English cost price. My stock is inferior to none in these Colonies,' and as large as that of any one in the trade; fino or superior »amples are scarcely enquired after at the present, and I am now in the...

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GARDEN AND DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 22 April 1858

GARDEN AND DAIRY PBOPUCE. BETAIL PSICEI. I ». d. », d Apples, per peck,. 1 0 ... 3 0 B^ias, Freacli, per quart,,,,,, Q 6 ," 0 0 Butter, fresh, per lb. 2 4... 0 Butter, potted, per lb. 16.., 2 Bacon, dried, ditto . 1 0 ... 1 Bacon, {rrecn, ditto. 1- 2 ... 0 Cabbages, each . 0 G ... I Carrots, per dozen bunches... 2 0 ... 0 Celery, per stick . 0 8 ... 1 Cheese, Colonial, per lb. 1 G ... 1 Cheese, English, (be,t) ditto. 1 6 ... 1 Cucumbers, each . 1 0 ... 2 Ducks, couple]i. 6 6... 7 Eggs, per dozen ",,. 2 2 ... 0 Fowls, per couple. 6 0... 7 Gee»e, each . 8 0 ... 10 Grapes, per lb. 0 8... 1 Jam, per lb......ï.tr.. 0 10...' 1 Lard, common, per lb. ...... 0 G Lard, hogs',ditto..*..'..... 1 5 Lemons, per dozen . 3 0 Oranges, per dozen (none) ... 0 0 Onions, per hunch . 0 1J Potatoes, per^lb. ~0 I Parsley, per bunch . 0 1 0 .. 0 . . 0 3 ... 3 0 . 5 ... 0 0 .. 0 .. 9 .. . 1 ... 10 . 12 . 0 Veeetable Mnrrow, each.. ... 0 « .. . 1 Walnuts, per 100. ... 2 C . MEAT. . 0 BUTCHER'S Beef, per lb,.,...

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