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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 13 January 1858

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. January 12-Balmoral, schooner, 115 tons, Brown, from Melbourne, 7th instant, with c irgo, passengers-Master J. King mid one in the steerage. Agents, Klug and Patterson. ENTBBED OCT. Jan. 12-City of Hobart, (s), 363, Bentloy, for Melbourne, passengers, cabin-Mr, and Mrs Crisp, Master Crisp, Mr. T. Dickson, and 17 in tho steerage Jan. 12-Abbey, schooner, 99 tons, Hughes, for Sydney. Jan. 12-Pilot, schooner, Burk, for Adelaide.1 Jan. 12-Goldieckcr, schooner. Wilson, for Melbourne Jan. 12-Acis, schooner, Thompson, for New Z-îulniid. Balmoral, from Melbourne-203 bags guano, 50 bales Gunny bags, 29 balc3 hops, F. A. Downing. PROJECTED DEPARTURES. For London-Harrowby, about the 24th ¡list ; Dorn entwator, about 4th February : Wel- lington, about the second woek in February. For Melbourne-Cityof Hobart (s) this day at 3 p.m. ; Thane of Fite, about Saturday ; North Star, early. For Sydney-Tasmania, (s) on or about the 20th instant. For Adelnnlo-Jane, early. For New Zea...

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PARLIAMENT OF TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 13 January 1858

PARLIAMENT OF TASMANIA. The Parliament has adjaurncd for the Christmas Kscess, and will tint re-asiemlilc till the 19th instant. The Government in- tend at once to proceed wtth the District Council's Bill, so as to invest Hie variou-. districts of the colony, with the same ample powers, for the management of their local affiir«, police, road«, &c, as have been cj.ifcrred on the Municipalities of Hobait Town and Launceston, hy the Corporation Act. In the Legislative Council, fhello'ue is to be called over, on the 28th iiuUnt, when the fate of our Waste Lands Act will be' made known. The utmost anxiety is experienced, as miiv be suppoiej, as to the fate of a mea- sure of so much value. ' ' The Colonial Treasurer will also, shortly after the re-assembling of the Paihament, proceed to lay belore the country, n state- ment of the Ways and Means, for the year 1858. As there is, notwithstanding the reductions which have been made in the ex- penditure of the tio.'eminent, a deficien...

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THE CENSUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 13 January 1858

THE CENSUS. We give below an Abstract of the Ceisus taken on the »31st of March last.' 'It will be found to contain nil the information necessary to exhibit'the number and condition of our population. Tlie .large item of unemployed may j seem disproportionate. It is composed principally of children and married women ; as follows :- , , ' , , V it"jLi i ." " f Males. .. 13,745 Under Uycars^^. um i " i I , -27,34,3 T. , 01 /Males. ' 3715 Lnd»r21 years |FemaIo9. 4m _ - -, f " . " '. 788G Married Freo Women ..'. .. * 11,524 The other sections of the Abstract call for no comment. Census of tho Island of Tas nama tikon on , the 31st Much, 1857. 1 Total Sux. ' ' ' Males. 45,010 Feindes. ai.Sbu-S3.202 'Married or Singla.,- .. - ¡ « > r ,r . f, ffMaleO.. 11,333*' . ' <> "' Married |Feulitllfcp "u'^^ßhl , ". , rMiles.. . Sl.bs'i sme'° lFüu»lei...20,3t)2 51,915-8),802 Civil Condition. "* ' /Males .. . 5139' Uona , tFonuUa... go9 3J38 ,. /Males .,..13,777 ' tree j ^FeWdos ..31,...

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[?] MAILS. General Post Office, January 13, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 13 January 1858

-%? s"? > {y^ '" General Patt Office, J} January 13, 1833. 'Sm MAILS will be dosed at this office as under: for London, via Suez and Marseilles, per Co- lumbian, this day, at IO a.m. .For London, via Suez and Southampton, ditto, ditto, ditto. Tee Mediterranean Ports, via Suez, ditto, ditto, ditto. ¡Far India, China, Mauritius, and Cap, of Cîuod Hope, via Point de Gane, ditto, ditto, ditto. 'For Swan River, via Melbourne, ditto, ditto, ditto. for Adelaide and Sydney, via Melbourne, per first Vessel, ditto. 10 30 a.m. 'Vat Melbourne, per City of Hobart, this day at * 11a.m. For Melbourne, via Launceston, per Black Swan, this day, at C 30 Impobtaxt Notice.-The French transit rate on letters for England, forwarded \ir. Mar atole«, tmurt be prepaid in cash at the window of the Peat Office at which they may bo ported, am alto the English postage on letters and ne« « -papers for Foreign parts, and for British Colo- nies when forwarded tbrongh England. P.S.-Mails for Sydney and Adelaide ...

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SKETCHES IN TASMANIA. [No. 1.] STORM BAY. (BY ONE OF OUR "STA[?].") [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 13 January 1858

SKETCHES IN TASMANIA. [No. 1.] ; STOEM BAY. 3 (by one of oua "stait.") , " So, thib is Storm Bay !" said I to the mate of our vessel, as she lazily alrit'ted past a huge pile of whitish-grey rocks of aspiial formation, upon which the very genius of barrenness and ste- rility sat enthroned-" So, this is Storm Bay !" 1 "Yes!" replied he, "and-the man who christened it knew a thing or two. Don't persuade yourself that it is always like this. See ! yonder is the liaoul ; and that is-hell's gate.". There was something even in the sluggish calm that was imposing : the b'alduew of the shore-it« utteç cheer« lessness-^ahd the'absence of all fertility, imparted a sombre, if not a melancholy character to the scene. You might have thrown a biscuit upon the rocks' of Tas mnu's Island, by the side of which we were floating. The dull and mournful wash of the sea as it tamely laved their slippery base, over which- green and mossy kuli had been clinging for a?es ; and the wild cry of the myriads of...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 13 January 1858

ZiàtexM and Muddy Plains Rr ¿ces ,T A meeting held a'i the " I lone and X Jl Jockey," Clarence Plain«, Not. 21st, 1857, G. H. Fielder, Esq , in ti ia chair, it waa tnanimouily agreed the en'ming race« be hdá on the Mtbaiid JIAih January, 1858. ' »TI WA BBS. D. Stanfield, Esq , G. H-Tielder, Esq. G. Bignell, Esq. C Morriäby, tsq. JohtvMorriiby, Esq.. I /«'doe. R. Strachan, '¿sq., J. P. FIRST '¿AY. MAIDEN PLA'l E,oY-sovs. for horses that merer won public mo- »ey ; two mile heats ; Tosrn Plate weights. Entrance, 2 sovs. WATERLOO PLATE, of- so\«; with a «weep of 5 sovs. each added for hornes of all «ige» ; 3 mile heats ; Town Plate weights. Entrance 3 sovs. GALLOWAY RACE, of-sovs, under 14 hands ; one mile beats. Entrance 1 sor. ; weight 7 «tone. FARMERS' PURSE, nf-sovs, heals om 3 mile «nd a half. Farmers' Purse weight! 1. Entonce two «nvs. SECOND DAY. LADIES PLATE, of-sovs; Gentlem cn ridera; two mile hei>ts. Entrance 3 sots- -3 year»old, 7ft 1211), 4 yean old, 9st lOlht ,S year* o...

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BANK RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 13 January 1858

BANK RETURNS We subjoin below an Abstract of the Assets and Liabilities ol' all the Banks in Hobart Town at the commencement of_the_present v ear, by which is shewn, their comparative position.- The-c figures spsak so plainly of the pros- perity of-Tasmania that we need offer no remark concerning them : AnsTBicr of the Assets and Liabilities of tim" Commercial Bank, as tiken from tho Books on the 31st of December, 1857. ASSET3. £ (,. d. British gold and silver. 119,740 11 8 Bills of exchange, and cash credits . 36i,310 8 2 B llanca due from other Banks 8b,G3l 8 0 Hank propertj. 2625 0 0 £04,310 7 1« LIABILITIES. T £ * S. d. "; ¡Notes in cirenhtion. 32,221 0 0 Jt Deposit« . 420,379 12 4 St - £-152,000 12 t llETttax of tho Assets and Liabilities ol the Bank of Van Diemen'* Land on the 31st December, 1857. assets. ' £ , s. d. Spccio . 115,569 11 Bills and cash credits .; 2G2.G1S 10 Bink Proiiiscs. r 4000 |0 Due from other Banks. ,28,983 13 11 , £411,172 0, 5 LIABILITIES. £ S. d. Notes ...

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THE ARRIVAL OF THE "SIMLA." [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 13 January 1858

;,> THE -ARRIVAL OP TU Hi " SIMLA." The Sim'» arrive! oíf Port Phillip Heads with tlia October and November mails, on Thursday list, the 7tu hut mt, the Tasmanian portion of which »as detuned until the 9th, before nu' opportunity ort'jrel for forwarding; thii.ii. This is too baJ. The Emeu, it appears, ran upon a reef in the Hi i Sei; and abhoiigh subsequently trot oiF, wi» una la to proceed on her voyage with tho mails, They have now como to band thirty-three days beUinl the appointed time. l'he news from Eaglmd ha? cieated quite a sensation in our commercial circles. The ut- most consternation provuiled for some time after it was known that Urge mercantile houses in England connecta with these coló- me-i bul been cj npullcl to stop payment, in consequence of the monetary panic in America and other countries. That tin news will have a very dis »trous effjc^ in tho noighlnuring cobuies, tiero cm bo no doubt. Humours luve already reaehel us of mora th m one ex- tensive linn in Vict...

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OUR LAND REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 13 January 1858

-OUtt LAND lttiUULAfl 'Na. ¡We had hoped that, m our pr-is nt sum- mary, we should hove b en enabled to lay before our friends at home, a short abstract ot our Lind regulations. lins however we aie Hu lb e to do at piesent The Waste Lauds Act is still before the Parham nt nul Us existence is at present a maleer of don it Hie critical position in which it now stands rendéis it impossible for as to punt out the amiznig benefit, which it would be capable ot conferring-scem0, that, after all the Bill m ij be rejected We r grct this most deeply As the hill was introduced by the government, it offered advantages super nor to anv land measure ei er conceived or at all dents, to any lind ineasure^evercir ried into practical operation We unte tins advisedly , *nd with a lull knowledge of the i atures possessed b> the Cinadmii Lind Scheme Hie system lutiodiicod, waa thal ot ilie inting tile puulic lundi upon credit a s)stem winch, i oui various cuises tint could not operate here, has not, ...

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SHIPPING. PORT OF HOBART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 13 January 1858

SHIPPING. PORT OF" HOBAttT TOWN." Arrivals and Departures from tho 1st De comber 1857 to tho 30tU of the ssmo month, both days iuclua'u c. ABBIVA1S. Dec. 1-Caroline, ich , Melbourne ¡ Helen S Page, barque, Po-t Alhjrt ; Willing Lass, ach., Arelbourne ; Village Bille, sch., Port Albert ; Emilj .line, sell. Nettc.a-.tle, X S Wale». Dec. 2-North Star,brig, Melbourne ; Flying 1'ish, sch , Ueelong ; Urama, sch, Melbourne ; Athol, sch , Adel ude. Dee. 3_r>reole, sch, Melbourne. Dec. 1-Frea'c, ach, Geelong j Harrowby, barque, London. Dec. 6-Moasam, barque, Melbourne ; Euca- lyptus, barque, Melbourne j Pilot, sch, Mel- bourne. De,;, 7-Wellington, barque London. Dec. 8-Prince of Daumirk, hell., Newcastle, X S Wales. Dec. 9-Reindeer, sch., Melbourne ; Balmo- ral, sch., Melbourne. .Dec. IO-Eclipse, sch., Port Albert; Acis, sch., Sydney. Dec. 11-rire Fly, biig, Syduey. Dec. 12-Eupheiuia sch., Melbourne ; Free Trader barque, Port Albert; Tamar, sch., Melbourne. Dec. M-Scotia, hch., Geelong; G...

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GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 13 January 1858

GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. Oat consumers are reminded, thai to j save the discount -upon their accounts to the 31«i December, it is necessary that they should be paid on or before Thurs- day next, the llth instant. JJoat Hack-Yesterday a boat race took place off Battery Point. The competitors were Hopwood, the winner of several prizes at tho late ltegattas, mid Macgowan. Hopwood pulled in the " Satellite" and Macgowan in tho "Secret." The race, which nas most exciting, n a» from Battcrj l'oint, round a boat moored off Sanity Hay mid buck to the place of stinting. The '" Secret" was tho winn« by about two boats length. JcsiicKS ob tub PSAcr.-In terms of the Hobart Town Corporation Act, the Governor lins been pleased to appoint Abraham H benton, David Len is, Hugh Sunderland Barrett, Frederick Lipscombe, and John Murdoch, Esquires, to bo Justices of the Peace in and for the City of Hobart Town. This is.at all events a step in the right direction. ItiCDMOSD.-Mr. Thomas Sheenan has been I ap...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 13 January 1858

I STEAM TO APERNÉ. THE T <i I S>tMm Ship «iCiXTpOBAIir" _. will lAfor MEL _JönWEDl*Y.tl»el3th away 1858, at nor1' two Steamers»«T running illy from Sandrid^ to Geelong, «ghi will be taleifeelong by the ty of Hobart, «A payable at obart Town. « tlE8 TODT, I MaiT.S.N.Co. {Franklin Wharf, li Jan. 4, 1858. 1 For Lorikeet ÍHAvníaTnEOBE«onTio\or heb ? t CAJJOOWEO THE ÈïiAR TRADER , «WIGTON" _¿A 1 588 tfWtcr.G A Luliiam, Commander i 1 his well knowd his fhstrate accom- modation for pass« and will meet «ali quick despatch, tagia or passage an ply to tatt, Moses & Co * Murray-street, or to HAM CltOSRY & Co '{ New Wharf. Hobnrten, < *" 9th Dec. 185,/ -\T STEA» SYDNEY, V I A TjjF OLD BAY. THE Tí Co's STEAMSHIP .ISMANIA" Will lcavr SYDNDV via TWO. FOLD ILonor about WEDXTS DAY, 20tlnuary Chaules Toni, »Manager, T S N. Co Franklin *f. Januar<185S S« to Melbourne THEpow,and favorite steamci QUEEN, J B Bladtni. Commander, mil leave the Queen's tf&...

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THE MERCURY [PUBUSIIED DAILY.] WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1858 EUROPEAN SUMMARY COMPILED EXPRESSLY FOR TRANSMISSION BY THE R.M.S. COLUMBIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 13 January 1858

THE MERCURY [PUBUSIIED BAILY.] WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13,1858 EUROPEAN SUMMARY COMPILED EXPRESSLY FOR TRANSMISSION BY THE R.M.S. COLUMBIAN. Gold is the great magician of modern tines ; and a colony unable to lay claim to a mine, as a portion of the inheri- tance it has received from Nature, is 4-~-j,- "-. " ' """u ii growing fastidious iu its dioico of allurements; nothing short of n gold field can seduce men in the 19th century The old fashioned, plodding, up-hill, method of acquiring wealth, Iris lost repute since the mines of California ?ad Australia bave turned men's br.iias dizzy with the contemplation of their treasures. The spirit of girabliug which has been superinJuced by these glittering revelations, lead* many to look with contempt and disdain upon the ordinary business transactions of life, and to prefer the chances of j lot- tery to the certain, but less brilliant, rewards of industry. Aud, what bas been the result ? How many of tho=e eager pursuers after sudden riches have...

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THE HARBOUR OF HOBART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 13 January 1858

TUE HARBOUR OF HOBART TOUTS'. Possessed of great natural advantages, as well as extensive wharfage accommodation, tho Port of Hobart Town, whether eonsidoi ed as ahur hour of refuge, or as an auxiliary to commerce, is second to none iii the Australian Colonies, rarmod by Um estuary of tlio river Derwent, that here spreads out into a bay three miles in width ; sheltered on nearly every sido by high ranges of. hills, having nn average depth of ten fathoms; the bottom of the rivor being coin posed of clay, mingled with glutinous mud, and a small portion of sand, ii fleet of many hundred sail can safely ride at anchor on its waters, whilst ships of the largest burthen cm discharge their cargoes ab its what res. It is our intention in this ni tide to give n faithful description of the accommodation for shipping that already exists, and also to notice those improvements that arc contemplated, mid which we trust soon to soo curried into effect. " The Oro Wiiaut is built around the sides of...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 13 January 1858

MARRIED. On the 12th inst.. at St. Andrew's Church by the Rev. Dr. Lillie, JOHN WALKER, Esq.,   M.L.C., to JULIA, relict of the late Charles Bradbury Esq. DIED. AT his residence in Macquarie-street, on Satur- day evening last, JAMES LUDOVICK BURNETT     Esq., aged 43. On Tuesday morning, the 12th instant, at the residence of her mother, Melbourne-street, ELIZA, the beloved wife of Thomas Williams, Battery Point, after a short but painful ill- ness, aged 22 years. Friends are respectfully   informed that the funeral will take place from the above residence on Friday next, the 15th instant, at half past 2 o'clock. As no circu- lars will be issued friends will be kind enough to accept this as a general invitation. On Monday, the 11th instant, at her     residence, Bathurst-street, MARGARET, wife of Mr George Strutt, after     a long and painful illness.     Friends are respectfully informed   &am...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. CLEARED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 14 January 1858

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. CLEARED OUT. Jan. 13-City of Hobart, (»,) 363 tons, Bent- ley, for Melbourne, with cargo. Passengers Mr. and Mr». Crisp and servant, Master Crisp, Mr. U. Gilles, Mr. Thomas Dickson, Mr. C. Ellis, Mis» Gilli", Mr. C. Swan, Mr. Donald, Mr. E. Snell, Miss Storey, and 33 steerage. Jan 13-Abbey, »cb., 99 toil», Hughes, for Sydney with cargo. ENTBRP.U OUT. Jan. U-Harrowby, barque, 515 ton», Stone, for London. Jan. 13-Free Trader, barque, Thou), for Bluff Habour, New Zealand. »AILED. Jan. 13-Maid of Erin, brig, for South Se»», on a whaling voyage. ' Jon, 13--City of Hobart, (a,) for Melbourne. I EXTORTS. Per City of Hobart for Melbourne-Ä cue» boot», J. Parnell ; 20 bag» onion», 192 package» green fruit, Q. J. Johnson ; S ea«w boots, J. Sly: 2 trunks do, Horwitz & Muk« ; 2 bales twine, Ö. Donnie.; .64 packages green fruit, H, Peake ; 240 big« potatoes, A.A.Butler; 8 horses, 7 cart», T.S.N. Co. ; pr nave«. Powell ; 29 bag« onions, Dunlop ; 55 do Marshall; 111 ...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE YESTERDAY'S MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 14 January 1858

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE YESTERDAY'S MARKETS The demand for wheat is on tho increase, and the quotations have slightly ad vanccd. S.iles wr-rc effected yesterday at 6s. 9d. to 7s. the best samples. Fo- reign o.its are still quoted at 5s. 6d. to 6s. 6d . according to the sample, but not much is doiti r. The advance in hay is still maintained, and the supplies are much larger ; new hay, loo=e, fetches from £6 to £8 10s., according to qua- lity ; and old h-iy is now very little en- quired for, but flic prices continue good. Potatoes aro not much in demand ju»t vet. and range from £7 to £10, accord- ing to the sample. There is nothing to complain of in the flour market, and the quotations are firm. Flour from the best colonial wheat realises from £15 10s. to £16 per ton. Bran remains nt Is. 9d. to 2s. per hush.; and sharps continue at £10 to £12 per ton. N.B.-Grain and flour »re now »bid according to the nsw «tandard : Wheat . dOfbi to the buihel. Oat« . 40ft« ditto Barley ., .. 6nlb« .d...

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COUNTRY DISTRICTS. FALMOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 14 January 1858

COUNTRY DISTRICTS. H L Ï O li I H, This flourishing little district* although « o ' unpretending and io quiet a place, hat, in it's own circle, an amount of happiness, cheer, fulness, and prosperity, of which larger and more important »ettlement» might be proud. A correspondent ha» favoured u» with a detailed account of one of the Christinas festivities held at Falmouth, being a dinner given by the tenancy of M Steel Esq. t» their land'ord. The dinner was given at Mr. Pineo'» Junior of Falmouth, and is ?poken of as being highly creditable. Mr. Nesbit presided on the occasion ; and, after I the cloth had been removed proposed the health of their eiteemed landlord in a speech replete with the kindliest feelings and belt withes. Mr. Steel replied, and expressed his satisfaction at being thus surrounded by hi» tenants, and compared the present pro*, perity of the Thompson Villa Estate with | it hat it had been two or three year» back. Mr. Steel then propoied the health of his i tenants,...

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LONGFORD RACES. FIRST DAY—TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 14 January 1858

LONGFORD RACES. The Sweepstake» of stlOO each, was won by Brown's Mystery, beating Jordan's Mon Rose easily. Field's Coronet was nowhere. The Longford Derby, was won by Brown'« Twilight, Miss Madeline-wa« second. I The All Age Stukes, Mr. Brown's Mystery,' I woivafter » good r«co'with Garryowen. i The Maiden Plate wa« nos run for, only two I komm being enterad.

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INSOLVENT COURT.—YESTERDAY. (Before Mr. Commissioner Browne.) IN RE JOHN KRUG[?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 14 January 1858

INSOLVENT COURT.-Yesterday. (,Before Mr. Commissioner Browne.) Is re John Kkuokr. First meeting of creditors. Mr. Haggitt appeared to support Insolvent, 'who wat brought up in custody. No debts were proved. Upon the application of Mr. Haggitt, the first general meeting and meeting for hearing the application for discharge were fixed for the 27th instant. I» re Thomas Ralfs Dale. First meeting of creditors, Insolvent in person. No debt« were proved. The adjourned first mooting and meeting for discharge were fixed for the 27th instant. In re John Botd. Meeting for executing warrant of Attorney. The Commissioner dismissed Insolvent's petition, in consequence of his not having executed the warrant of Attorney.

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