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LATEST DATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 6 May 1858

LATEST DATES. England . Feb. 17 America-New York .Feb. 2 San Francisco.Feb. 1 Panama.Jan. 15 Valparaiso. Jan. 1 Capo of Good Hope. , Mauritius.. China ... .. . - Cejlon . Calcutta. Bombay. Madras . Singapore . Australian Colonies-Sydney Adelaide. 1 Victoria. New Zealand-Auckland ... . Nelson. .. Ly i tel ton. Wellington .. .., .

Publication Title: Hobart Town Daily Mercury, The
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THE MERCURY THURSDAY, MAY 6TH, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 6 May 1858

THE MERCURY THtJßSDAY, MAY Gth, 1838. We should long ago have entered a pro te'st agaitwt the pracbice of summoning only sis justices of the peaio to preside nt Transfer Meetings, had wo boen aware that such a practice existed It has only beeu within the last few days that it has come within our knowledge. The objection! which can be urged against such a custom will present them- selves to the mind of the most eisunl obse'rver of passing events. And those objections are as grave as they are palp- able. Without the most remote desire of imputing to the gentleman whose province it is to summon the Justices of the Peace any improper motive in se- lecting the six who shall preside on any ncoasion, we cannot but express our strong conviction that su -li a power as this ought not to be rested in the hands of any official. It is not because such a power has never been abused hitherto, that it may not be abused hereafter. The honor and honesty of one Clerk of tho Peace is no guarautee for t...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Daily Mercury, The
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GENERAL POST OFFICE. 6th May, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 6 May 1858

GENERAL POST OFFICE. Cth Sloy, 1838. Snip Maim will bo closed at Hobart Town ns nnder : For Adelaide and Sydney, via Melbourne, per first vessel, This Day, «t 9 a. in. For Melbourne, per City of Hobart, do. do. For Loudon, via Suez and Marseilles, per European, via Melbourne, on or about the 10th instant. For London, via Suez and Southampton, per ditto, ditto.ditto. For Mediterranean Ports, via Suez, per ditto ditto, ditto. For Indi«, China, Mauritius, and Capo of G»od Hope, via Point de Gnlle, per ditto, ditto. For Swan River, via Molbourne, per ditto ditto do. P.S.-Ikkhitant Notice.-Tho French transit rate on letters for England, forwarded via Marseilles, must be prepaid in cash at the window of the Post Office nt which they may be posted, ns also the English postage on Letters nnd Newspnpers for Foreign parts, and for . British Colonies when forwarded through England. P.S.-Mails for Sydney and Adclnido arc mndo np nt this Office, and forwarded via Melbourne, by every steam vessel...

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MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 6 May 1858

MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. A bnrqiio, supposed to bo the Glencoe, was coming np the river lnst night. A schooner was signalled yesterday at sun , j down. The schooner Village Bell caine up the river yesterday from Three Hut Point. t The Queen steamer arrived hero yesterday evening. She was advertised to sail on Friday, > but in consequence of some alterations requisite to her propeller, she will ho placed upon tho '' hard to-dny, mid will not sail until 8 o'clock on Saturday lnominp.-Cornwall Chronicle. Where to Hitild a Rio Ship.-The mishaps attending the launching of the Levintlian must naturally draw the attention of monster-ship builders to the possibility of Snding a dock in which a giant vessel could bo constructed j and after being constructed could bo floated merely by letting in the water. 'J'horo is such a dock, and as it does not appear to lmvo been mentio- ned in any of the numerous and valuable dis- sertations laid before the public on the subjects of . »ir inertia; mom...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Daily Mercury, The
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF HOBART TOWN. CLEARED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 6 May 1858

CHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF HOBART TOWN. CLEAIIED OUT. May 5-.Tessie, schooner, 131 tons, Ritchie, for Sydney, with cargo. Passengers-Daniel Dousy, Ann Mackay, Thomas G ¡llegan, William Turner and wife, Joliu Williams, James Simp ion. May G.-City of Hobart, (s), 303 ton«, Bent- ley, for Melbourne, with cargo. Additional passongcrs-Mrs, Lempriero and family, Misses Lewis (2), and 0 in tho stccrnce. Exronis. Jcfsio for Sydney-GIG hales hay, 58,000 shingles, G.OOO "¡¡-feet palings, 3,000 6-foot do, Gilles Brothers. City of Hobart for Selbourne-827 boxes green fruit, i!> bags onions, G and J Johnson ; 1 case churn«, Kerr, Bogle and Co ; 25 bngs po- tatoes, 8 boxes green fruit, Luttrell and Wise ; 40 kegs butter, 1 case apple«, 22 cases jam, G S Wilson ; 35 ca«ks hains, L Roope ; 3 hhds fish, 25 barrels do, A Levy ¡ 101 cases green fruit, 87 bags onions, G" bags carrots, Peake ; 240 cases green fruit, Knight; 300 cuses do, Allen; 170 do, M'Kay; 121 do, M'Kcnzio ¡ 81 do, Murdoch; 20...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 6 May 1858

Land within a mile of Dawson'», ,.; v r at Kangaroo Point. -¿MESSRS. WORLEY & FRODSHAM le * Aro instructed by the Hon. Mr. Burges, , to aell by Auction, on WEDNESDAY ,J tlie 12th May, 1858, at 12 o'clock, at '^ toe Hart, 31WO VALUABLE BLOCKS OF LAND at Kangaroo Point, well watered and I äpted either for dairy or agricultural farms. - One block contains one hundred and irrirty-one acres, about forty of which arc in cultivation, and upwards of a thousand ,; fruit trees. Also, substantial storehouse, .?tabling, and men's dwelling, which with fencing and other improvements, will be , , found of immeme advantage to a future pos. , MMor. The other portion contains two hundred acres ot splendid land, thoroughly fenced, and which cannot be spoken of too highly , at a property giving good promise of paying handsomely to any liberal occupant. Many advantages are connected with a position io favorably circumstanced ; con. tiguity to Hobart Town, and neighborhood of produce markets, wit...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Daily Mercury, The
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THE INDIA BILL. (Times, February 16.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 6 May 1858

THE INDIA BILL. (Times, February IG.) Tug debate on the India Bill has taken a form not at all uncommon in British politics, but wholly unnecessary in this instance, and not the least intended. It is assumed to be a tri-il of the East In- dia Company. Lord Palmerston intro- duced his measure in a speech amply sufficient fpp the purpose, yet without saying a single word against the mor rality or ability of the Court of Direc- tors. He did hot impugn the wisdom" ui I heir advice, or the soundness of their information. On the contrary, never WM ft bodv of men so civilly spoken of; and we are sure that the majority of Englishmen must have risen from Lord Palmerston's speech with an increased respect for the Court ol' Directors, ol' which they have heard so much ill in Indian history. All that was said by Lord Palmerston was that the Court was superfluous, that it was a double when one body would do the work bet- ter, that a great deal of time was lost in correspondence and conferences, ...

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EXAMINATION OF A FRENCH REFUGEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 6 May 1858

EXAMINATION OF A FRENCH REFUGEE. Yesterday M. Simon Bernard, a French refuge?, residing in Park-street, Bayswater, and exercising the vocation ol' a teacher of languages, was brought up at Bow-street Police Office in the custody of Sergeant Williamson, of the detective loree, upon a warrant charging him with being concerned in,the recent attempt to assassinate the Emperor Na- poleon III. and the Empress Eugé de. Mr. Bodkin prosecuted on behalf oi the Treasury; and Mr. Sleigh defended the prisoner. Long before the prisoner was placed at the bar the approaches to the court were thronged with persons anxious to obtain admission, in order to bear the proceedings; and during the examination not only the body of the court, but the passages and the street in fro it ol' tin building, were crowded to excess. Shortly before 2 o'clock the defendant was placed at the bar, and Mr. Burnaby, the chief clerk, read the warrant upon 'which he had been apprehended,charging him with being concerned wit...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 6 May 1858

-Steam to Melbourne :f> Î " "ß«Sä THE powerful ""id favourita iron steamer Q U L E N, f B Blickuouhi Commander, TA ill punctunllv bs de patchi 1 from the Queen a Wharf 1 n mceston, for Melbourne direct, on FRIDAY. 7th Muy Has in st rate accommodation for passen« ger* und horses Perths seemed, and passage money ¡»ay «ble at the office of the u ldersigned. WlMIAM lonvsTONr ' Agent St John street Launceston. April 30 Melbamne Lins of Packets., FOR MELBOURNE DIRECT j it THE first clsss fal oui ite Brig "NORTH STA It, 122 tons, R Dal, Com munder, will sail for tho nbo\e port 'on Saturday next the 8th instant Tor freight or passage, apply to j II Lipscombe, i Murta)-street Hobart Town, 3rd May 1Sj8 I w 6 m 2166 "For Sale by Private C anti act. THE Pirst class Co'omul-built Schooner ROBI R1 BURNS, carrying between 60 and 70 tons Apply to W A GuhsnoN S. Co , Auct oncer». Collins street, April 2S Houses and Allotments for Private Sale. ! SHOP AND DWn LING HOUSE nt the nilgie of Melville a...

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INSOLVENT COURT. WEDNESDAY. (Before Mr. Commissioner Browne.) In re RICHARD DOWNING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 6 May 1858

I N S OL V E N T C O U R T. WEDNESDAY. (Before Mr. Commissioner Browne.) In re Richard Downing. Mr Lee applied to the court for a sum- mons to compel the attendance of the insol-   vent, as he (Mr. Lees) believed, that the insolvent was about to leave the colony. The court granted the summons. In re John Haskew. Mr. Lees applied that certain monies in   the hands of the Assignee might be handed to the insolvent, whose petition had been dismissed   The Assignee said, he must object to such a course at present, as he was perfectly satisfied if Mr. Haskew obtained the montey   that his creditors would not get a farthing of it.   The Commissioner took time to consider. In re John Karris The Commissioner gave judgement in this case. The insolvent's discharge had been opposed on tho ground that he had wilfully   disposed of his property. He (the Commis- sioner) was of opinion that three of the cases of alledged wilful dispos...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 6 May 1858

MARRIED.   At Bellvue, Falmouth, on the 29th ultimo, by the Revd. A. Barkway, Mr. R. Davidson to Jane, second daughter of the late Mr. A. Mc. Intyre of Glencoe, Tasmania. DIED, On the 2nd inst., Mr. John Eason, in the 59th year of his age ; for many years Ship Builder, of Battery Point. Friends are respectfully invited to attend his funeral, which will move from Knot's Church, Collins-street, at 2 o'clock this afternoon. On the 29th April, at Bothwell, aged 68 years. Sarah, relict of the late Mr. Thomas Harris. On the 24th January, at Tottenham, in his 72nd year, James Foster Groom, Esq., for- merly of Abchurch-lane, in the City of Lon- don, and one of the Official Assignees of the Court of Bankruptcy. m 7

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 6 May 1858

IMPORTAN! SUMMARY FOR ENGLAND, BY TUE "EUROPEAN." THE MERCURY'S MONTHLY SUMMARY for England, to be for- warded by Hie Overland Mail, will be published on Saturday morning nott at six o'clock. In addition to the usual sheet, A SUPPLEMENT of sixteen ' 'columns will bo given to SUBSCRIBERS GRATIS, Orders lor extra numbers of the Sum mar}'', will have to be left at the Office on or before the 7fcb instant. PRICE SIXPENCE. ' Wanted, " A'FEMALE SEllVÂN'T.' Enquire at J\_ Mis. Morton, No. 2, Wariyick-strect. Slh May) 1838, ' ' ' 2192 8m . Wanted. A LADY as HOUSEKEEPER, mid to /j. assist generally in the management of a f nnily. Apply at No. 7, Kelly-street. fllh Miy, 1858. 2194 7 m Wanted. A COOK. Also, a HOUSEMAID. /\_ Apply to Mia. Moiton Allport, Hola brook Place. th s m 11 m To Merchants, Drapers, Grooors, Country Storekeepers, $ othsrs. A YOUNG MA.N, recently returned to the colony, having been employed in the Wholesale Trade in London, and baa several years' Colonial experience, soli...

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GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 6 May 1858

GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. EXECUTION.-Henry Madigan,"who was con- victed at the last sitting of the Supreme Court, of the murder of his brother, suffered the extreme penalty of the law this morning within the walls of the prison. He was attended both bofore and during the last scene by the Rev, Dr. Hall (the Roman Catholic* Vicar-General), and the Rev. Dr. Butler. He made no public admission of his guilt. On the scaffold he asked forgiveness for certain things he had said about his sister-in-law.-" Launceston Examiner." I'heemasosuy.-Tho most interesting topic mid that which engrosses the tiltontion of tho wl>olc-*Ordor olniming British or'gin is tho]s(ate of .Masonry in Cumula. It will bo recollected tint In Ootobor 18SÍJ, a number of Lodges lu that Province, under the Engli li constitution, con- sidering themselves aggrieved by the parent body, namely, Tho Grund Lodgo 'of England, constituted themselves together with other Lodges, holding Irish and Scotch wari ants) into nn Independ...

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POLICE OFFICE. THURSDAY. Before Alderman Rheuben. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 7 May 1858

POLICE OFFICE. THURSDAY. Before Aldcrmuti Rheuben. A'ight Charges.-Two drunkards were ench fined 10, and two brawlers cich Sa. with the usual alternative far non-payment, of twenty-four hours solitary conti lament fur the former offence and seven days im- prisonment for the latter. Aged Beggars.-Ann Hughes nnd Mary Hinds, two old women, were charged with vagrancy ii) begging alms in Macquirio street on Wednesday. They both pleaded guilty to the charge and being unknown to the police, they were discharged with a cau- tion. Out after Hoars.-Margaret B,ennot ti. was charged with being out after hours early this morning. Mr. Sub-Inspector Downham informell His Worship, that the prisoner was one of those female-, who was constantly loitering about the streets at all hours of the night. She was sentenced to seven days imprison- ment with hard labor. Before S. Mose, Esq, and Alderman Rheuben. Absent Setpticn.-Jsanç Weam, a seaman of {ho Laughing "Water, and Peter Holsom, a reaman of the Tr...

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SUPREME COURT—THURSDAY. [SITTINGS IN EQUITY.] (Before Sir Valentine Fleming, Knt., Chief Justice, and Thomas Horne, Esq., Puisne Judge.) SOLOMON AND OTHERS v. THE CORPORATION OF HOBART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 7 May 1858

SUPREME COURT-THURSDAY. [SiTriNusi-í EQUITY.] (Before Sir Valentine Fleming, Knt., Chief Justice, and Thomas Horne, Esq., Puisne Judge:) SOLOHOJT AND OTnKBS ». THE ConrOEATION OF HoBAitT TOWN, Mr. Pritchard, on behalf of the plaintiffs, ap- plied to the Court for a special injunction to restrain tho Corporation from lowering tho lovel of tlio footpath nt tho corner of Min ray and Balhurflt-stroots, to tho damage of a house, the proporty of the plaintiffs. From tho bill and affidavits, it appeared that plaintiffs vvcro pos- sessed of a home situated at tho comer of Murray and Bithurafc-stroots. The Corporation lind coininonccd to cut down tho footpath in that locality to nbont i feet below ita original level; the plaintiffs applied to the Corporation, requesting that tho footpath might bo allowed to remain tit its original level, tho Corporation, however, refused to accede to tho request of tlio plaintiffs, mid continued to carry out their works. It further appeared that access to tw...

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MAYORS COURT. THURSDAY. (Before David Lewis, Esq., Acting Mayor, and Alderman Murdoch.) THOMAS V. STUMP. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 7 May 1858

MAYORS COURT. THURSDAY. (Before David L?wis, Esq., Acting Mayor, und Alderman Murdoch.) THOMAS V. STUiir, This was an ? information laid by the City Inspector, against Mr. Stump, butcher, for driving or suffering cattle to be driven through the Streets at an hour not allowed by the' bye-laws. ' The defendant pleaded guilty, but stated that the cattle lnd boon driven from Bridge- water without his knowledge. The Bench under, the circumstances, in- flicted .the mitigated penalty of Is, and costs. The diapond of a few cases of summons, for non-payment of ''¡ty Rate, closed the business before the Court.

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. WE do not identify our opinions with those of our Correspondents. TASMANIAN QUARTZ. To the Editor of the Hobart Town Daily Mercury. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 7 May 1858

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. WE do not identify our opinions with tlioso of j our Correspondents. TASMANIAN QUARTZ, To the Editor qf the Hobart Town Daily ' Mercury. HEAR SIR,-Having read with great at- tention the very interesting letter of Mr. John Meredith, in your paper of the 1st institut, I can only repeat the said gentle- man's request : " If you were to copy snell ?portions of Pi. \V. Pollard's letters as more particularly apply to the necessities of Tns mania, great good may be the result." If you, Air. Editor, would favpur us in the meantime in reprinting the report lo the Fingal Gold Committee, furnished by Mr. Horton,' late superintendent of tile explora- tion pai ty, and published in the Government Gazette I believe, about September list year, Btill greater good may be the result I It is a well known fact, that dijrgors nt Spe. cimen Hill, Fingal, have knocked off vvilb a hammer small nieces of quartz from the reef with the gold shining as bright as possible ¡u it. If a qua...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. YESTERDAY'S MARKETS. Mercury Office, May 6th. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 7 May 1858

COMÍÍGliCiAL INTELLIGENCE. ïES!EBt>AY'S MARKETS. Mercury Office, May 6th. ' Tho busínoss tr*UBactéd in tl10 ßra!u '»»rkot toda/mira very considerable. Wheat «as quoted rather lowe." m »«f,$»»*", tat 7« to ?s3d is the general q.^?»- Cotoiu.l oats have again advanced, and 8s- «. »ft.'*'1* «hie. foreign oats aro quoted iii, "* t° t?" English barley is in great request, *~ »f. easily at 8s to 8s Gd per bushel. Capo bu""^ meets with very little inquiry at Os 6d to 7s. Hay maintins i ccent prices, though the demand is somewhat slack ; loose and country pressed liny rango from £7 10s to £8 10s per ton, ac- cording to quality, and hydraulic pressed from £9 to £9 10s. 1'lic demand for potatoes is ¡m* proving, and good sorts still realize £8 to £9, «Onions aro quoted at £23 to £28 per ton. .Nothing is doing in the flour market beyond what is required for immediate use. Flour fioiu the'best colonial wheac sells at £10 to £18 per ton, according to quantity. Uran and sharps continue in brisk ...

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EXAMINATION OF A FRENCH REFUGEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 7 May 1858

EXAMINATION OF A FRENCH REFUGEE. Yesterday M. Simon Bernard, a French refugee, residing in Park-street, Bayswater, and exercising the vocation of a teacher of languages, was brought up at Bow-street Police Office in the custody of Sergeant Williamson, of the detective force, upon a warrant charging him with being concerned in the recent attempt to assassinate the Emperor Na- poleon III. and the Empress Eugenie. Mr. Bodkin prosecuted on behalf of the Treasury; and Mr. Sleigh defended the prisoner. Long before the prisoner was placed at tlie bar the approaches to the court were thronged with persons anxious to obtain admission, in order to hear the proceedings ¡and during the examination not only the body of the court, but the passages and the street in front of the building, were crowded to excess. Shortly before 2 o'clock the defendant was placed at the bar, and Mr. Burnaby, the chief clerk, read the warrant upon which he had been apprehended,charging him with being concerned with P...

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LATEST DATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 7 May 1858

LATEST DATES. England. FA. 17 America-Now York . Feb. 2 San Francisco. Feb. 1 Panama. Jan. 15 Valparaiso. Jan. I Capo of Good Hope. Feb. 20 Mauritius. Feb. 27 China . Feb. 20 Ceylon . Mar. 21 Calcutta. Mar. 10 Bombay. Mar. 13 Mudros . Mar. 13 Singapore . Mnr; 6 Australian Colonies-Sydney .. April 24 Adelaide. April 29 Victoria. i. ... May 3 New Zealand-Auckland . April 10 Nelson. -M*'1 7 Lyttelton Mor. 2G Wellington . Mar. 28

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