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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 15 January 1858

To His Excellency Sir Henry Edward Fox Young, Knight, Governor in Chief of Tasmania &C &C-, &c. Tho humldi petition of the undersigned Elector» of Devon, RESFECTVULLT SlthWBTII, mHAT YOUR PETITIONERS haye JL obiervcd with regret, from the proceed- ings of the Parliament of Tasmania, that tho legitimate cairn of Edward Abbott, E«q-, to the grant made to the late Major Abbott, has not only been set aride, but thst even composition for ils lou items viitualiy to he denied. That your Petitionen humbly observe that tlie word of a Government, when once p edgsd, should be held mcred snd in vio- late. TI'«* your Petitioners, therefore, humbly pray thst ynar Excellency will be graciously pleased to exercise i.ll the means in your Excellency's power to prevent a violation of a »iec-re^al pledge, through any popular feel ng ill the Legislature. And )our Petitioners, as in duty bound, will ever pray, Ice, &c. I_Signed by fifty of tit« Elector« of DOTT, ia forward...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Daily Mercury, The
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THEATRE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 15 January 1858

THEATRE ROYAL. XT« were gratitud to find the Thtulre Roya' so well .filled last evaniic. In «very way the performinces went of with contidersble t*lat, «ml drew down wurra and immediate démonstrations of the delight of the audience. This «vening the Opsra of " Don P/iiqsile" will hi produced for the benefit of M. Emile Canton, supported by tit« whola strength of this talented company. This will be the last performince but two of the Opera Com- pany ; and those who have not yet heard them w11! do well to avail the n<eivct of this opportunity. It m»y be a long time before so talented s eompnny again visit Hobart Town. They improve on acquaintance rather than otherwise -, and their harmony will be long remembered by those who have had the privilege of liittninr, to them. Such «weet sounds will linger on the recollection, ' after those who produced them ar» far »way ; and great will be the loss of those who do not ntrnish their memory with so pleasing a theme. CLARENCE AND MU...

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INDIA. (From the "Times".) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 15 January 1858

INDIA, (From the "Times". Sines the tide of success in India has been turned agiinst the mutineers, not- withstanding their numbers, by the un- conquerable fortitude of our isolated countrymen, the journals of certain Eu- ropean States have exchanged their forehjd'ngs of disaster for dcprecitions of venji-ancp, and iu>tead of fore--a.ting the ruin of England, have employed themselves in denouncing the spirit of revenge which they assume to bj ram- pant in British hearts. With the feel- ings of the nation they are pleased to identify the arguments of The Timet, and they avowedly direct against our- selves, as personifying the whole commu- nity, thosj attacks which, in defiance of their force, we have repeat-odly boan con- tent to transfer to our own pages, and thus invest with a publicity they would never otherwise have obtained. It is undoubtedly true bo'h that England will ast and The Timet will speak inde- pendently of any loreign commentaries, and that the voice of the country...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. YESTERDAY'S MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 15 January 1858

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. YESTERDAY'S MARKETS. A OBBA.T improvement wa« m» dfeit yes- terday in the grain market. Wheat has advanced and is verv firm at 7s. per bushel, the best samples, and the demand is increasing. Some colonial oats were «old yesterday at 7s., the firnt that have been offered for «alo for . mu time. Foreign oats are «till quoted at 5s. 6d. to 6s tid. according to »simple. Hay maintain« its advanced quotations, loose hay, very superior, still rcalii'ng £8 to £8)10s. per ton. Potatoes come in but slowly and bunine«» is slight ¡ no altera- tion ha« taken pl.ice in the quotations which continue at £7 to£l0«ccord ing to the sample. Flour ii very firm and »bows a ten- dency to advance, but no actual altera- tion is yet given, flour from the best colonial whe.it being still quoted at £15 10s. to £16 portón. Bran meets with a ready sale at 1«. 9d. to 2s. per bushel, and »harps remain at £10 to £12 per ton. K.B.-Grain and floor ara uow told arrordinjf to the nsw standard :...

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ATTEMPPED LAUNCH OF THE GREAT EASTERN. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 15 January 1858

ATTEMPPED LAUNCH OF THE GREAT EASTERN. 0.x Tuesday, the 3rd, commenced the above great operation, which haä ben looked forward to with so much anxiety. All night long Mr. Brunel, Ca.pt. H irri soii (the future .commander), ,Mr. J. ?Scott Russel! (chu originator of the Uevi athni steam-ship), and 1-300 mechanics were upon the ground inviting the neces- sary preparations by gas-light for the momentous proceedings. As witnessed from the river, the see le by moonlight was of au extraordinary character. Hun- dreds of men, seemingly of lilliput!», i forms, wera flitting abjufc in all direc- tions, heaving, hauling, tiammeiiug, and rattling the metal boitoin of the stu- pendous structure, balanced, as it wer J, ni mid-air above them. Now and then was haard the ¡.tantonan voice of the superintendent giving directions, or the chorus of the workinggaugs, who palled and heaved the great chains -aud hawser» connejtjd with themiohinery and appa- ratus of the vessel. Through, the dark hours of th...

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GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 15 January 1858

GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. TunowiNO STOSKB.-When » celebrated ad mirai was told that, dnring the provious night, tho young midshipmen h ul shewn their «version to the steward by tying him up in an empty sack, and »bullung him through the porthole, ho is said to liuve exclaimed, " Boy» will bo boy« !;" and, if the citizens compliiii of getting thoir hoads broken by the young urchin» who atnnae themselves hy thrnwimr, stones, we suppose tin Inspector of Police wool t admiuiitcr tbo »anio consolation. Not inmy months ago one of our citizens had his eye cut out by the piopeusitie» of these frolicsome young gentlemen, and un- less on example be made of one or two of thom, soino moro se-rioui accident than tint will soon occur. Even frog«, we.nre told, have e<ntoretl «. very itrong remonstrance, ig»in«t the» amuse- ment, and hnve given cogi'ii reasons why such sport should not be persisted in, and wo ian see no reason why the oitiien« should not bo entitled to protection on tho s un...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 15 January 1858

I|$bonrne jflng of Packets W)R MELBOURNE 1HHICT. "" .THE fine first-class favourite brig NORTH STAR ! R Dall Commander 122 ton» will Mill for (be abote port posititcly on hATlJRÜAY next, tlip 16th inst lor | freight or passage apply to , H IllICO tBE, ¡Murray Street January 12 250 I £TEAM TO SYDNEY, VUi' TffOtOLD BAY. I'tHJE " T.S ty r"'s STE UISHIP I ."TASMANIA"1 WilMeave fpr SYDNCY »ia TWO. FOLpfBAY, on or about "WEDXES DAY, 20th, January r s i CliABIjE3 Tom, Mannaor, T S N. Co Frankbn WÍmif, Jauuary 7 1858 Hobart Town Classical and Comjñeicial Academy, 90 Mac .. quane-street THE friends of the Pupils are rc«pect yully mfoimcd tlint Classes will be formed, and School duties resumed, Tuesday 19th 'innuary 1858 ' IHGfriMN, Head Master REV W UA\, Classical Master H M PIKE, Mathematical Master V SCIIUCTZ ricnch&Dinwing Minter C Çî ALI.ANDV, \ssist-int Lnglish diUo. "'Oatlands Hotel. ** * "" "?1 -o - IT H E UNDESIGNED becs leave to acquaint his friends And the Public that he li...

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MANILLA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 16 January 1858

MAMILU. . Wa' faste' received Marrilla advice« to th* 7th JWetiBtfr Mettra tJioith, fell, and Co.'« circnUr of that d«tc report« oftfW twarket: There i» not mucli produce now l«ft for «hip ment, and the unfavorable advice« lately received for both ingar and hemp add to the dullneas of th« market. It i« difBcolt to form an opinion rcsptCing tlil ¿otim of pri»T when the new crop« arriv«. That of sugar, as remar!'«! J« !*J^«ml»r,»honld be large, bnt there ia no doubt that the execs ?ive rain in July seriously damaged the cane in all the low land«. The wet weather we have had for Ihi lait flftwn days ha« bora of the greatest service to the rice crop, which praitiiiw« to bo roost »bun dint, anl nsililtig, of (wiri*, eau more cou ÍMUrtté td the ¿erlernt prosperity of the- country. .Sdjírtri-fvV«H,i'f«toKpb'r£ri«:ef#. rapid de fcliir iri price«, in consequent?, pfltieliMiiy, of a combination on the part of purchaaer«, who suc- ceeded in getting province lugar» to a most un- locked for figu...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. YESTERDAY'S MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 16 January 1858

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. YESTEllDAY'S MARKETS. Wheat continues firm at 7». the best samples, and in some quarters there lins been much enquiry. There are but very few colonial oats in the market, and they are offered at 7s. Foreign oats remain unaltered at Gs, 6d. to 6s, 6d. according to the »ample. Hay fully maintains its advanced quotation«, and, generally speaking, may be quoted at £7 to £9 per ton, according to quality, though a much higher price has been offered and taken in some quarters. Potatoes have not yet come into the market in any quantities, and but little is doing; the quotations have not changed from £7 to £10 per ton, ac- cording to the sample. Flour has experienced an advance of fullv £1 per ton, and iis now quoted at £16 to £17 per ton, the best samples (roro, colonial wheat. Bran remains at Is. 9d. to 2s. per bushel, and sharps continue at £10 to £12 per ton. .N.B.-Grain «nd flour ar« now «old according to th« new «taitdard i Wheat .... '. . "... 001b« to th« bui...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF HOBART TOWN. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 16 January 1858

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. föfff Of HOBART TOW», Jan. 16-Scotia, «eh., 104 toni, Tregurtha, froui Geelong" 9th lfirt in ballast. Agent Phillijtf. Jan. IS-Tyne, schoortei1,bilfkit/ Alteé, frota Melbourne, nth instant, in ballast. Pa»Veng*r< Mrs Dougall. Agent-H. Lipscombe. Jin 15-Boindee, schooner, 60 tons, Quested, fruin the En»t Co ist, with produce. Passenger! -Mr. and Mrs. Collis and 2 children, Mr». J. P. King and 8 children. Agent-I. Wright. s^Tjtêim CtfTi Jan. lo-Flying Child«», Darrine, CM tom, McGregor, for South Seat op a whaling voyssW. Jan. IS-Calypso, brig, 117 toni, Fisher, fof South Sens on a whaling voyage. Jan 16-North Mar, brig. 129 toni, Dall, for Melbourne. Jan. U-Thane of Fife, schooner, 142 tom, Lewa/for Melbourne. Jan. 1 S-Mary Ann, schooner, 116 toni, Graves, for Port Albert. turoRTi Per Üoitidíe from trie East Cottst-Tweirty nine bags nhe.it, 17 bale» Wool, W. ¿night; 41 bags oats, 73 do wheat, GO bags wool, a k«gl butter, I. Wright; Shags wheat, &...

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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 — 16 January 1858

ORIGINAL CORRKSPONDENCE Wa do not identify our opinions with thoa« of our Correspondent«. lb the Editor of the DaiU iftreur*. Bia-1 (afforded me much plensure.to observe In your issue of this day, the names of several Ladies, iwho'have subscribed to that highly desirable ¡nititalíorí.stho Penitent's Home, ..«.hmlatsd at it b, to do » world of good, in ? J^rkg; and reclaiming many who have Yralla* rfctirasiVtcVthe-fpiil arts of the vile J Ma«**; <M}b»e k^SMi as « roe«, rooked faf it« iwesliitl», and cart oil a wide stid Sittlltsi «roHd, IB be pointed at br thl jiger bftedrn ahd tíe'tisibn j Now tfisri^ art (tieri it) this city, «Bo have emigrated from their native land, their kindred, ind friend», and nil tender endearment« of burne, with a view to better their condition ; stranger« ina .trange elime.no parent or friend to shelter or | rottet them, when f Kp«*«tl to »II tis lelnptaUons and illurcmchft, wfreti Crail their palin, who have deviated from that of rrcti:udc in c...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [[?] OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] Adelaide, January 7, [?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 16 January 1858

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. lttLO< 0¡/BO*.f coKKcsrosDsat:] Adelaide« January 7, IStt. is staten uy HIT ir*yi*iwr, .MI. uum »var« Ile present thrii 1,557,74t) acre« hat«' ¿did) add Ifrtr ' jtul £J,0li,3j4 into THIS thrif iriz C iloriy hs< eritsred llpon »h« Pie* Te'af r joifcirt» in the record* «* W«! ' .'! past, and fdll of Uryht hope, for the bister/'./ < ( of the future. The Rtgultr of the 5th irtSlftrttf ii» one ef the must elsbornte .retrospects tlMt efff graced the columns of a Colonial ntwipàpfft cxlubiti a meiiure of progrès» in everything" '' ' » that eo.i«titutcs «he roi greatnetsof a rising '. Country, flf i*'itol: South Auitrali» n»\j la» deed be proud, , . With an aujment'ng rerenue-w"uli in: creasing exports in our prime stapl»» of cars), , wool, a id copper-with free p .litical inttitu. tions and educational progress, the Colony _ bids fiir to go on prospering and'to prosper« ' The e ti.nn»d revenue of the past ysar, ordinary fllld" Lind Fund, it...

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LONGFORD RACES. SECOND DAY. LONGFORD PLATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 16 January 1858

LONGFORD HACES. SECOND DAY. I.OV'FOIll) TI, »TE. All ige* Heats, Tvtic«, round the course. Weights) 0 yrs, old, 7<t 81bs. ; 4 vrs,, flit. Ö.bs. ; 5 yrs, Uit, ; 6 yrs, and aged, Ost. oil)». Entrance £5, ad led. Mr. R. Lyall'* b.h. Messenger by Little John, agdd, (Flying Doe's Jockey) .i...i.......'u... 2 1 I Wi Brown's br. fi Flying Childer», by Conrad, 5 yis. "Id (Cook)... 13 2 J. Jordan's ro. in. Moss Rose, by Conrad, 0 yrs, old (Gill)...... 3 2 3 This race wa» very well .'untested. At starling Flying Chilelets was the favourite, and some considerable sums wets dropped, on the old horse coining in an easy winner. GALLOWAY ITAKKS. This race was a walk over, by Mr. W, H. RaWlingi' Miniature, BBBWER'S FLATS. Two Mile Hetts. Mr. B. Landale'* b. g. Came), by Conrad (C. (.and de). I 1 Mr. W. H. Menee'i Euphrates; (dvvnèr) ...<....i.¡. 4 i Mr. W. H. Parr'i Little Siranger, by Lucifer. 2 dr. Mr. J. Ives' Tntmaman Lass. 3 dr. This race wai easily won by Camel. After th...

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THE MERCURY [PUBLISHED DA[?].] SATURDAY, JANUARY 16, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 16 January 1858

THE MERCURY [PUBLISHED DAILY.]   SATURDAY, JANUARY 16, 1858. PARLIAMENT will Re-assemble on   Tuesday next, and one 0f the first orders of the day will be the considera- tion of the Masters' and Servants' Act.   We have not thought it necessary to   be continually ringing the changes upon this subject, because we believed that a measure calculated to be so disastrous   —so eminently fatal to the best interests of Tasmania—would have raised a tem-   pest in every district of the Colony without requiring our aid at the bel- lows. The 'Waste Lands' Act, and the Maskers' and Servants' Act, are the two most important measures ever sub- mitted to the Parliament; nor is it poraib'.o to conceive of measures calen» laied to exercise a more po werf al influ tneo, either for good or for «riL, than rítese two. It is well known that the [¡passing or rejection of the Credit ?Clauses in the Land Bill, reata entirely . wi...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 16 January 1858

Wednesda y, goth Janiurj. Stock at Cross Marsh. , , BY**»*m'a. A. KEMP At Pick tu'« 's ard», Roy al Oak, OnWEDNEÍ */DÁV1 20th Jan., at 12 o' dook "POUR HI JN'DBEI) Prime fat We ¡tfcors, p One 1 lundred fat ewes . Thre e hundred blore wethers Sere n hundred store ewes For'ry^eiperior tam« cuttle. fr< nu <be ... I» louut,Vernon breed Fo /ty fat costs Tw*ü jkiiw'uorkiug bullocks Six Viilcfc «ews Terms as usual. Prefirmnary Notice LAS» NEAR PONTVILLi i.. MR.'GTA. KEMP; "l HAS repaired Instructions: to d hpose of by public auction a Valual ,1« Farm ot two Hundred and lhgl'ity'Acres ..¿¡tided into numerous,lots suitable for tiling, gardens, or paddocks. '1 Ins land is landed by the Jordan,'aud themain roi «d passes throucb it. . It win be' told the latter end, -of i,ext' month, due'notice of which w.ll bo _giVCn in a future-advertisement. Xhnrsday, 4th Febrtva.vy. ,. MR, G. A. TvEMP, / ' Hu received'posiihc ¡nstructio 4BtVonx CHARLES MEREDITH. ^ ? To Silliy"Public Au...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 16 January 1858

THEATRE ROYAL Lessee-MR. CIIARLB« Poota. One Week more of the GRAND OPERATIC COMPAffY. Opera ífights Moriday, Wednesday and Friday. Örand Concert, Tuesday and Thursday. MONDAY EVENING JAN. 18m. LVOIA DI LAMMEÜMOOR ' OB BDGAK Of flAVBHSVTPOD. S UFl-O R T *D » Y MADAME CAKANDINÍ. MÜN\S. lAdhhUtt. MONS. EMILE COOLON. S1GNOR GROSS!. MR. KOHLER. CoxDvrrca-MR. M. LAVENÜ. M NEW WORK flY THACKERAY áESSRS J. WALCH ti SONS- have just received prr November Ovcrl.nid the first number of t\lr< Thackeray'« Mew Serial Word/entitled THE VIRGINIANS, Early ot der» are respectfully requested to »er-uie copier, J. WALCH & SONS Booksellers, Wellington Bridge. Hobart TOT a. And fírii-bniíe Street, Launceston. KEW ROOKS, Daily Expected bv rr'um of City of Ho- ti from Melbourne MESSRS!. WALCHA SONS bet; to tibliftr flint thev hive rrceived advices from their Mr C ft. Walch that he hil- forwnrdi d the folio« ii.g ne* and popu» lar wori» bv the Overland Route, these "look« may therefore be...

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INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 16 January 1858

INDIA. The following is an extract of a letter from Cawnpore, dat -d 19th Nov : Of what has been done and is transpiring at Lucknow, we are to this miment in igno- rance. Of native rumours there are many in circulation ; but we c.inmt rely on ihe-n. The districts around us are in at bad a state as it is possible for them to be in. We hear daily of acts of rapine and bloodshed perpe- trated in our immediate ricin ty, and con. .¡dering the- p-jsition of affair» generally, an(j tli- elms of men even now herding in the banart and native city, it is wonderful how the peace of Cawnport ii preserved. Too much praise- cannot be bestowed on our mili- tary and Civil Mag.str.ites. ft is marvel, lons how they contrive to discharge their multifarious and onerous duties. Tits former functionary is utmost ubiquitous, and in fact, perseverance and the determined application of idomitable energy, dnes not fall short of hil prototype, Pouch s ! A man who left Furrucknbad on the 13th, reports that two...

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THE AMERICAN PANIC. From the Saturday "Review." [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 16 January 1858

THE AMERICAN PANIC. Fro-a »lieSstjriiv .,ReT¡??w.,, Everv thing In America ii on a gigan- tic «alé. Their tf.lôs aie tallar than ours, their forest« and their prairies ten times as extensive, their waterfalls the grandest id trie vvdrldj add tliiiir talk tile biggest tlliU cVdr wai htíái'd. It Is just the same with their speculative ma- nias. A town in the wilderness, or a railway through the desert springs up with unheard-of rapidity, mid a project which would be regarde I here as a mag liinceiit bubble, would staid a chance of hclitg despised across the Atlantic as. al- together too modrea for Yanked aspira- tions Tue a mighty dollar has been of en railed th: object ol American wor- ship ,- but thougli it comes in for a fair share of revere ice, it is not the first de- ity in li. clc Sam's pantheon. The idea wh ch i« he ce ure of their practical wo snip ii nigncis. Let anything be only big e.m'ig i, whether it h a new country to beamexed or a huge bubble to be fistered, And it is ...

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SHIP MAILS. General Po[?]t Office, January 16, 18[?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 16 January 1858

SHIP MAILS. General Port Office, January 10. 186.1, Sur MAUS will be closed at this ofBet u auder: Vor Adelaide and Sydney, via Meltxmms, r^T First VeaKl, this day. at C p.m. For Melbourne, vi» Liance.Hn, per Qr iecn ditto, at 6-30 p.m. P.S.-Mail« far Sydney and Ade'ûJi , , made up at tint office, «nu forwarded ti- t Mel- I bourne, bj «very steam vessel dejnrtiur . fr0]D Hobart Ton «r Launceston. S. T. HAHDI.VGE. _PoittB a,tcr. [The pubHwtiou of the Mercury ve*t jr -day morning, commenced a' / \ 3Q and terminated at 7 2* a.m." ,

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 16 January 1858

Mätoonrne Ifae of-Packet* 'n Ï-HJ3 fine firsUclau fatourjte, i ) hng, I , NOK IH STAR IB Dall, Commander 122 tons will jiùribr the &bo\t port no itivi.lv on SATÜKÖA\ 'neV, the Ifcth mt Foi; f ei£fil'6f1f>a«SEge appl> to l'lyi \r, JJ LlPSCOMDK, 1' n -\ , Murray Street Jaiiuary«12 250 "STEAM TO SYDNEY, v i'Ü" T tv o r o L o BAVI I ^TASMANIA" WIIUÎIMVO for SYDNEY un TWO F.OM> 8 AY, on or about WLDNLS DAY, 30th January .jc CU VULLS lVun, »* Manager, f 5>. ?î. Ç'o Fratijdin Wharf, ',' January* 7, 18Ö8 ,. For Geelong Duecti i i" ^ ' ' T i J REGULAR TRADER .The welUknown fist sailing tris ... D V It 1, H^Mtv StNsov, Ma&tcr, W ill ¿ail for the. aboi c port with immediate tuapalch, ,. v Fop freight or passage, apply to the Master on boaid Constitution Dock, January loth, 18;8 289 ,(',Ffbr Adelaide Direct _ 'tf{liiL fine first-class fa\ uuntu aii ., , , schooner I v "P J CJAÏB D," ' A G ¡nous, Commander, I ( Will till 'for thbTiboie'pVt tn lUfcSDM<|l nex...

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