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[?]NG PORT ARTHUR. UNLOCK[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 28 April 1858

UNLOCKING PORT ARTHUR         WE direct the most serious attention   of our readers to a letter, which will be found in another column, written   by W. RACE ALLISON, Esq., M.H.A. relative to the necessity for un- locking the lands and throwing open to commerce the waters of Port Arthur. Mr. ALLISON has but glanced at the subject in two or three of its bearings, although he has said quite sufficient to arrest the atten- tion and command the earnest thought of all parties in the community. To keep the whole of the Peninsula locked up merely for the purpose of coercing a handful of criminals is absolutely monstrous. However, we do not intend to let the matter drop. We have been engaged for some time past in obtaining statis- tical data, in order to bring the sub- ject prominently forward ; nor shall we swerve from our purpose because we have been anticipated. The question will lose none of its import- ance be...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Daily Mercury, The
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FINAL EVACUATION OF TE HAPUKA'S PAH, AND ITS DESTRUCTION BY FIRE. (From a Correspondent of the Hawkes' Bay Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 28 April 1858

FINAL EVACUATION OP TE HAPUKA'S PAH, AND ITS DE STIJUCTTON BY FIRE. (From a .Correspondent' of the ¡Hawkes' Bay Herald.)) ;., . . On tliß evening of Thursday, 4th in!.t.,v Te Hapuka'a pah at Wakuta was set fire to by that chief, preparatory to his (¡nal departure nain tho territory so long the causa of dispute between his tribe and that of Moana Nui, Messrs. M'Lean, Cooper, and party I arrived at the pah on Thursday morning, and found that To H.ipuka-who had ! been making, during tho previous week, j most strenuous exertions to complete his preparations-had removed nearly all his people and goods to the opposite j side of the river, whore they were bivou eked in slsht of tholr former home, j Tho old chief, however, having deter-1 mined on making a striking exit from the seen», would not be persuaded to j anticipate his departure, which had been arranged foi the lollowfrnr day, The «ene during Wednesday (the previous day) would have been most touching to persons unacquainted with' th...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. YESTERDAY'S MARKETS. Mercury Office, April 27th. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 28 April 1858

^r.íCOMMEliCIAQ INTELLIGENCE. OÍTir' II ' , YESTERDAY'S MARKETS. lf'.V7Í(,ii(V ' ! Mercury Office," April 27th. f'There Im» been very little doing ¡n the '¿r*m market to day. Wheat is stationary at 7» to 7« 3d per bushel,though occasionally 7s 6d can be obtained tor a very first-rate . ii ^Wpfe- Ooloni.il oats are in some demand '-for seed purposes at Cs Cd to 7» Cupe barley r is dull of sale at öi 3d to 6s 9d. English * barley is ¡n great request, and realizes from .St to 8s Cd for good samples. There is still .a'good demand for pressed hay for shipment .and recent prices still obtain ; hydraulic i-pressed hay fetches from £9 to £9 IDs, and loose and country presied Irom £7 10s to orri i £fl -lOí, per ton according to quality. Potatoes meet with very little enquiry, but --tbe quotations remain unchanged, good sorts -still realizing £8 to £9. Onions are in fair .idemand at £20 to £25 per ton. No signs of improvement ure visible in the r In -J ) *our """ket. Flour from the best Colon...

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LAUNCESTON SHIPPING. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 28 April 1858

.LAUNCESTON SHIPPING. OVI'/I'Jjrirt . r>fJ/>, -. CB* EfiKOXniO TJaEOJlAPIi.) " ARRIVED. April 27-Royal Shepherd ' (s) from Mel- bourne. , .r. I ?! / , i . . Í _

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. WE do not identify our opinions with those of our Correspondents. To the Editor of the Daily Mercury. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 28 April 1858

Ol^ÇrlNAL ¡ ;CpB$ESPQNDENCE: WE do not identify our opinions with those ,of our Correspondents. j /-.-,I'J >--#- - ; - ? i '7 *{" ' To ttie Editor of the Daily Mercury. DEAR SIB,-I havo read your leader on the Suspension of the Act, allowing Tobacco for Sheep Dressing at a duty of 3d. per pound, and detailing the circum- stances leading to its suspension. ( i I am notr fond of letter wrítinq; for print-you inow'I''have not troubled you before-r-Ij do so in this instance because I believe your conclusion is not warranted by circumstances. , I may state at the outset, I am not personally interested in the question. I opposed the passing of the Act as' much as possible, on the ground 'of its unfair- ness to the rest of the community ; the only argument I could see in its favour being, that it would reduce the growth of Native Tobacco, andfthat the duty^f 3d. iii'the, lb.,-though'small-would be a clear gain to the Revenue. The Act having passed, I deprecate the child's play of doing ...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Daily Mercury, The
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BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. TWENTY-FIVE DAY'S LATER NEWS FROM INDIA AND CHINA. ARRIVAL OF THE OVERLAND MAIL LAUNCH OF THE LEVIATHAN. MARRIAGE OF THE PRINCESS ROYAL INVESTMENT OF LUCKNOW. Launceston, 9·30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 28 April 1858

-,j ; ....... - {-. » BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. TWENTY-FIVE DAY'S LATER NEWS F1Ï0M INDIA AND CHINA. A B 1Î I V A L , OP. JHC OVERLAND MAIL LAUxVCH Or THE LEVIATHAN. MATtRfAG-13 OF THE PRINCESS ROYAL INVEbf \IDNT OF a iff c a a .> wa Launceiton, 9 30 p.m. 1 lie Koyal Shepherd, with the English aud Indian Mails per Columbian, ainved at tho Whpif atr9 o'clock, p.|ii., The CJIU nbUu bring* tiles of Euro- pean , pipen to (" 17th ' ^Fnb'ruary,} and t venty-fivo days later news ifrom India and China'." ", " ' ' ' !J 1 > li 1 i ) , it j i H ' Hev protracted voyacfO fl'im Su*z was . i, ; lill I i i Ji ^il . Iii caused by imperfections in her, pistóos» and hei\ fuel' having been expended bcfoia she reached King George's Sound.     .i»i!i JTlia Leviathan w « floated off o i the 13th february.., " , \ tf^ A{\ Tho marriage of the Priucjss Royal 1 , . r I , I, - li I JU'I, f I took place on the day appointed^ ¡ j The Bill for transferring the Govern, incut of India, t...

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RE-OPENING OF THE AFRICAN SLAVE [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 28 April 1858

RE-OFENIKO OF THE AFBICAV WAVE TBADE. - Tue ? Charleston Mercury, broaches the following notable scheme to evade the laws against the sliive tr.idé. Por unmitigated »rascality tiny uche'me bears away the palm:-"The laws of Congre-s carrying out the powers given to Congress by the Constitution, prohibits-the-'African slave trade, 'and malees that trade piracy. But if import j negroes ¡a emigrants from Africa be uofc the slave-trade, then (tho laws of Congress Van not apply toit. ~We sup- pose emigrants from Africa may just a» legitimately be brought into the United State» as emigrants from Germany or Ireland. Nor will the circumstance of nn agreement being previously made for ' ..mploymcut and wages, at all a fleet the legality of the importation. Hundreds, thousands, are being imported daily from Europe, uqder such agreements with the manufacturéis of New England to carry on their facioties. If the Government ol the United States shall therefore deter- mine that the importation ¡of ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 28 April 1858

.8TÏÏB Two Stone Cottages, in Murray-street, »nd (Weather Boarded Cottages^ iii x,-MehriUe-street, .. Held For a term of 12 Year« at a low Era OO.ii o . - ' , . , . Ground Kent. irioi ii - m_mmm illoof3. luir \r , ii On the Promises, ? , zDd o,t JJWDNB8D.AÏ,MAY8,1SW" j , At Two o'Cloek, r ] P^OlOifMOWOKLEY & raODSHAM, An instructed to sell by public auction, 8íIOTi:.l. IttPtaitrLoti, . ' ( Loti, ' QfOttEKIOUSE, with 4,rootni,.including ¡Tj a large shop, fronting on Murray street, brie fiil«» «. « respectable tenant at £45 per .. -, , Lot 2, . iV «"' «tent HotKe alio with 4 rooms, Including ?hop, fronting on Marrey «treat, and let at .}i*«^aer annum. , I _u Lot3» .1 i'(l'll'">'We«*hefboar4ed rattagtof 4 rooina ia Melville-street, let at £30 per aaattra. 1 ' YflflilT li ' ' *."* *» ' ' ' ' '^ Weather-boarded Cottage of 3 rooms, alto, three workshops and large yard. -WU ft» whait/ !. 4a capital order ; eachjlot hu considerable space of ground in the rear, aad subject to the ...

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THE MERCURY WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28TH, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 28 April 1858

D/t.« TSE MERCÜEY ffinWÄDilEälUY, APiilL 28rn, 1858. WE perceive that the Director of oii' ^Public Works has invited tenders "a3ilbr the embankment of a portion of the Swamp, and for the erection of a Powder Magazine, at Launceston. ",;'!< We are ,not surprised that the raem -jyi i ben of the Government should have .elected the northern side of the ¿olsland for the field of their ^ first operations, in prosecuting the Pub- lic Works for which Parliament Ma (placed the money at their disposal, because we know that the sympathies of more than one' in the Cabinet are cniudissolubly bound up with that side of the Island. But, are these the only Tenders that are to be invited ? fiiuruAre no other Public Works than T, ' <? these to be proceeded with ? We -"'. have never yet had occasion to ac cuse the Ministry of a want of .Ï i energy, and we should be very loath ?»«."= to 'do so now ; although we confess v.í t<> that we are somewhat puzzled to ac j^ ' ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 28 April 1858

. 'OUR SUMMARY. J i ,- ,,.» fTMIE '5 Mercury" .Overland Summary 1 ?*. forthe pionth of Mayper "European" will have, in addition to the usual sheet, a Supplement containing 16 columns,of matter. ' Besides the customary Poli- tical, Social, Statistical, Commercial, and Miscellaneous Intelligence, tho Sum- mary for May will contain an account ¡of a,triptoNew Norfolk, with a desciip tion of the Scenery on tho Upper Der- went, Elisabeth Town, the Falls, the Lunatic Asylum &c. ; as also a descrip- tion of tho County of Cumbeiland, in- cluding Hamilton, Bothwell, the Ouse, the Goi don &c, &c, by H. M. Hull, Esquire. Parties desirous of obtaining Copies will for wai d their orders prior to the 6th proximo.as only a limited number will be printed in addi- tion to the usual circulation. Mercury Office, 27th April, 1S58. ,i Always on sale ac reasonable ' " ' prices.1 E LAGGING, Head Sills, Steps, Hearth, Tomb, & Curb stones, &c, also White Solid Stone qu...

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PORTS OF THE SANDWICH ISLANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 28 April 1858

I PORTS OF THE SANDWICH ISLANDS. - , ; i < i In arecentniiraber of the Honolulu Commercial Advertiser we find the fol- lowing interesting accouiitof the harbor of Hanalei, in a notice of thei riorts of the Sandwich Islands:- | Hanalei harbor is on tho north side of (he Island, and during the prevalence of the d'H'jet whid;alfarda guiiclioi'iiga W vessels of all classes. It is cxposid only ita the nar t hi west winds,' 'w li icli however rarely blow.hero ; and even in' the strongest weat and north-west gales,, stnal" vei^ahf'w;Uu~ good giouiiil-taclcle oah Ho safely under tho lee of the reef, opposite the mouth,of the river. '$\l0 view from the anchorage is que of tho niost piotmosque iu the* worln.-i-tmycr. i II g mountain«, covcied «¡bli-woods, cascades," ravines, ániltlie Waiolc River, with one of the, richest valleys ia our group, all mingle together in makin % it a scene of lïuiisiiul beauly. The ti ade of U»q pott,y) iioiv very limited 'and is confined to a fe'w coas...

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GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 28 April 1858

¡GENERAL IMTSLliIGENCE. The Artesian well expedition report from j " Camp, on the 1'ec.os, 1 cxas, ' that they had ] bored upwards of one thousand feet Tlioy an- ticipée a continuous flow of water in tno bun drei feet more I A Fun \rou>av-A. western editor onco apologued to his readers ooraowlmt after tins I fashion " Wo intended to have a death and n marrlago to publish tins week, but a violent storm prevented the wedding, and the doetor being tiken sick himself the patient recovered, anl wo aro accorlnnjly cheated ont of both " RUMAUKAIILE HEIOIITANO OBESITY -Mr D-irden w-ii boin m North Parolina, 1798, and died in 1857 lie was 7 feet 6 inches high, and at his death he weighed a friction over 1000 lbs to 1851 he was quite active, nnd .Vioured after when, hu fat increasing, he was hiuled about in a two-horse wagon It required 13iyards of fl ix cloth, a yard wide, to woko lum a coat lo yndsof cimbric weie required for hissh onrl and 21 yirds of velvet for fit» pall COIIPLIMKM mi ...

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TREATMENT OF SAILORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 28 April 1858

TREATMENT OF SAILORS. How tho piilor is sometí nos tieited, may be le lined fiom the fillowing ex- tract from the liov. Mi Tayj.Jl'9 <* àqvQri Vciis' Picaohing in San Fiiucisoo " 1'his book gives some giapluc desciip* tions of the wiongs peioctiatpd "n aailoii» ,-. When the suloi's bill at tho boil ding house nins up to cover the "idvauco," the hndloid soys to lum ' Jack, you must slap "r ^ ' I " I won't do 16," siys Jtck. {'/Xoq. Btya'l do^jti, yqu ovyt^ me » hundred dolíais, irt'd >ou must oithei pay me to-chy 01 go t:> sen^in the ship Oh illenge " .' O, I don't wmt to go to sea j et," sayB Jack ' " 0, wi.ll, never m,jn.d " s iy0 the land loid, " you aie a qleyer fellow, and you miy sh> a' my house as long as you please, and pay roo wh,en you get reidy Come, let's t iko a drink," Jack, very glad to be on such goon terms with the I mdlor !, walks up| to the bir, and dunks io tile health of ibis mistet In ten munîtes he is as insen- sible as a log , Who« he recal...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF HOBART TOWN. CLEARED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 28 April 1858

'^^SHIPPINijr INTELLIGENCE: PORT OF HOBART TOWN. CLEARED OUT. le ' - 'April 27.'-Tasmania, (s) 285 tons. Clinch, for ¿""Sydney, via Twofold Bay, with cargo-Addi 3» 'tiona! steerage 8. ii ..< April 27.-Emroo, ship,406 tons, Freeman, -> ' '«let Ouam, in ballast. *""- '?< "April 27.-Mariposa, sch., 191 tons, Macdon ««.'" -aM, for Port Albert. "' ''l April 27.-Eva, sch., 58 tom, Mnrtyne, for '""'' Melbourne, with cargo. i »"?- IJI .. , (, ( BAILED. *\-,-.\\ April 27.-Tasmania (s) for Sydney. .t.-K/in.iTasmamafor Sydney, 127 cases green fruit, i J i H tons hay, 8 cwt potatoes, C Toby ; 20 bag* law carroU, 30 do potatoes, ,2 cases jam, J Clinch ; í.',í;í 20 bags carrots, Chapman & Co ; 80 cases green fruit, C Hollinsdalc ; 69 bacs onions, 2G cases -green fruit, H Peake ; 67,000 shingle«, 25,000 jiattngB, 10,000 ft timber, T. S. N. Co. 1 casa mussels & «kim, Marwedcl & Co; 1 case apples, fright; 12 bag« potatoes. Gilles Ilios; 38 SiiilUßije»...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 28 April 1858

., Ill I I I ',??? 1 .j .i " - L1 STEAM TO .'MELBOURNE. , THE T.S.N. Co.'« Steam Ship "CITY OF HOBATCT" ____ will leave for MEL BOUÏtNEon WEDNESDAY, the 5tb 'May,' 1858, at noon, t ' GlIABliEB TOBI Manager, T. S. N. Co. ' "? All cargo intended for shipment must " ' lie alongside the stt.iraer, and bills of 11 ' 'lading sent in i ou the evening previous -' ll to starting. ,, < \", Franklin Wharf, April 21, 1858. * 1835 .ii Í Hontes and Allotments for Private ?. : Sale; SHOÍ» AND DWELLING HOUSE 'at the tingle of 'Melville and Molle ' streets, let to a respectable tenant for I three yean at £113s 4d per month. 2 Brisk-dwelling of 4 rooms and yard. , Melville street near Molle-steet. 3 i Brick Honseof 4 rooms Molle-street, near Melville-street with * splendid view of the Town. ¿4 Verandah Cottage Bathurst street near ' Molle-street, with gorden ground. 5 Brick House at the corner of Ooulboum < and Mólle-streeta 4 rooms-water laid on &c. II Three Building; A...

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OPEN PORT ARTHUR. To the Editor of the Hobart Town Daily Mercury. Streamshall, April 24, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 28 April 1858

OPEN PORT ARTHUR. To the Editor of the Hobart Town Daily Mercury.     Steamshall, April 24, 1858. DEAR SIR, — I feel sure that our Colony is progressing, and that she cer- tainly will advance. But I hold this to be no reason why any one who wishes well to her progress should abstain from offering suggestions for consideration, which, in his opinion, might accelerate her advancement. Impressed with such feelings, and with an anxious and sincere desire to be useful if I can, I ask the liberty, through the medium of your valuable paper, to sub- mit a few thoughts for the consideration of my fellow colonists in reference to Tasman's Peninsula. It contains about 150,000 acres of land, which are at present shut out from our use and the use of others merely because there is a penal estab- lishment at Port Arthur upon about six   acres of one small corner of this vast Peninsula. This establishment is a very perfect and well managed one, so &nbs...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 28 April 1858

BIRTH.     On the 27th instant, MRS. MORTON ALLPORT,       of Holebrook Place, of a Son.    

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POLICE OFFICE. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 29 April 1858

POLICE OFFICE. WEDNESDAY. (Before W. Tarleton,L«q.,Police Magistrate) Night Charge*-Ono diunkardwns fined 20s. being the second offence, nnd four were each fined lOi. Two disturbers of the peace were each fined 5s. Suspicious Characters.-George Walker and Robert Stylos were brought up charged on suipicinn of lobbory. They were remanded till the 30th hist tilt, "fur the attendance of the prosecutor, who, having bee i "locussed," is now in the Colonial Hospital. Before the Police Mnuistiatc and N, Gresley, Esq. Throwing Slonci.-Mary Jarvis.of Francis street, Battery Point, charged John Sawyer, ii boy about 10 years of age, with assaulting her son,' another boy of the same age, by throwing a stone at bim, and wounding bim on th; head. The case was clearly proved, and the de- fendant, who was represented by his giand fathcr, was fined £1 and costs. Mr Tarleton severely reprehended tho common mid dangerous praotico of throwing stones, by which the pnsscrs by were so greatly annoyed ; His...

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COUNTRY DISTRICTS. FRANKLIN, HUON. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 29 April 1858

COTTNTRY DISTRICTS. FRANKLEN!, HUON. (From our own Correspondent.) Tho wife of a laboring min named Price was delivered of three fine dan fil- ters on tho 22nd instant ; Mio two first being alive, and tho last still-born. The mother and two daughters aro progress- ing favorably under the care of Dr. Dawson. Tno arrival of Mr. F. R. Loes the Solicitor on Friday night, was the signal t) repair to the Police O.Tico. We found tho "District Constable of Port Cygnet, Mr. Gregory, and a Petty Constable for trial for an assault. After occupying the court for some hours, the case of the Petty Constable was dismissed, and Mr. Gregory' was fined ¡ßl. E. A. Walpole, Esq., P.M., and E. R. L. Scott, Esq., J. P., presided on the Bench. During.fcho time the above case was going on, a witness was called for named John Mahar, and was found to be dead' on the road opposito the Police Office. An inquest was held the next day before E. A. Walpole, Esq., Coroner, and, a respectable jury, of which Mr. G. ...

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THE COLUMBIAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 29 April 1858

THE COLUMBIAN NEWS. We received but very imperfect files of papers by the Coach last ni.j!ifc. We bastón, however, to lay a lew of the I moat i interesting extracts before our reader«, The J'ujl ff.tfm\qra of the) II , w ,' ', ._ " ,', " events which have iden transpiring ¡n( Europe and India since the previom mail will be published na usual in duo course. We aro principally indebted to the Argus of Monday for the following items :' In England, the events of the month had been tho marriage of tho Princess Royal, tho launch of the Leviathan, and the introduction by Lord Palmerston of a Bill for the suppression of the Indian Company and the establishment of an Indian Department in the Impe- rial Government. The Royal Nuptials appear to have created a feeling of universal and intense enthusiasm. In describing the various incidents of the ceremony, newspaper writers have departed from the sobriety of ordinary narrative, and indulged in a style of exaltation that may be taken a9 indicati...

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