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Parliament of [?]asm[?]. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY. JANUARY 19TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 20 January 1858

^arlíauífut nf aasranain. LEGISLATIVE COUJÎdL. TCEäDAT, JAN-0AHY lOrll. The Christmas recess terminated to-day. The Council met at the usual hour, pursuaut to ad- journment. The PRESIDENT took the chair at G mi- nutes past i o'clock. NOTICES OP MOTION. The COLONIAL SECRETARY to move, to morrow, that the Report ot the Joint Committee on the Bubject of Mr. Abbott's claim bo received and do lio ou tbo table. Mr. NAIRN to move, to-morrow, for a return of the amount realise 1 by the salo of Crown Land* during the ^ear 1857. GENERAL REVENUE APPROPRIATION BILL. The COLONIAL SECRETARY moved that the Bill tor applying certain sums arising from tbo General Revenue of the Colony to the ser- vice thereof for 1853, and for futtber appropri- ating the s lid Revenue, bo read a first time. Mr. BUTTON'seconded. Mr. WIJ YTE should oppose the first reading, until the Estimates were laid on the table. The COLONfAL SECRETARY thereupon laid the Estimate! na (be table, and the Bill was read a first time. ...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE YESTERDAY'S MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 20 January 1858

I COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE YESTERDAY'S MARKETS. Prices continue firm, though the de- mand for wheat lins not been so brisk to- day as yesterday. Very few transactions were effected, and the best samples rea- lized 7s. to 7s. Gd. per bushel. Colonial oats are gradually coming into the mar- ket, and a small quantity was sold at 6s. 6d, ; the average quotations are given at Gs. to 7s., according to the sample. Foreign oats, are quoted at 5s. Gd. to Gs. 6d,, but not much is doing. Hay is now coming in moi o freely, but prices don't manifest much decline, the loose and country pressed, still ranging from £6 to £8, according to quality. Potatoes are not in much demand just yet, and the quotations appear to be stationery, at £7 to £10 per ton, according to the samples. There has been rather a slackness in the flour market to-day, though prices are finn. Flour from the best colonial wheat, now realizes £17 per ton. Bran remains at Is. Od. to 2s. per bushel, and meets with a ready sale, and s...

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POLICE OFFICE.—TUESDAY. (Before W. Tarleton, Esquire. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 20 January 1858

POLICE OFFICE.—TUESDAY. (Before W. Tarleton, Esquire. Night Charges.—Five disturbers of the peace were severally fined 5s. Unlawful Purpose.—Robert Bertram, charged with being on the premises of Messrs. Semple and Davis, Bathurst- street, for some unlawful purpose, was sentenced to 7 days' incarceration. Wilful Damage of Property.— Richard Tripp pleaded guilty to the charge of breaking sundry squares of glass, (value 10s.) the property of Mr. T. Wrench, and was ordered to pay damages and costs, or in default to be sent to the house of Correction for four- teen days. Before W. Tarleton, and D. Macpherson, Esqs.   Larceny.—William Farley pleaded not guilty to the charge of stealing a hand- kerchief and other articles, the property of Mr. Thompson, Shipwright's Arms, Battery Point. James Thompson de- posed that defendant had been in his service for the last four months. Wit- ness had repeatedly missed articles, but had no clue to the thief. On Monday, he missed something e...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 20 January 1858

THEATRE ROYAL. Lessee-Mr. Chaules Poole. FAREWELL. AND POSITIVELY LAST NIGHT BUT ONE. Under the Distinguished Patronage of COLONEL PERCEVAL, And the Officers of the 12th Regiment. FOR THE BENEFIT OF MADAME GARANDINI, Who will appear in Opera, and Musical Burletta. By the kind permission of Colonel Perceval and Officers of the 12th, the splendid Band of the Regt, will attend. THURSDAY EVENING JAN. 21st. The performances will commence with Donizetti's Opera (in English) DAUGHTER ov the REGIMENT. SUPPORTED BÏ MADAME CAUANDINI. MONS. LAGLAISE. MONS. EMILE COULON. SIGNOR GROSSI. MR. KOHLER. Conductor-MR. M. LAVENU. The Performances will conclude with PERFECTION. Growth and Improvement of Colonial Wools. THE Undersigned is now prepared to sub mit for Application his infallible spe- cifics hitherto unknown in these Colonies. 1st The Patent Specific for the prevention of scab in sheep, and most materially im- proving the growth and quality of the wool. 2nd The Patent Specific for the cure o...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 20 January 1858

DIED, On Monday, the 18th instant, Mr. JAMES   BRADSHAW Senr., aged 55, of the Back   River, New Norfolk. Friends are respect- fully requested to follow his remains on Saturday next, at one o'clock.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 20 January 1858

f STEAM TO SYDNEY, VIA 'TWOFOLD HAY. THE T.S.N. Co's STEAMSHIP "TASMANI A" «Will leave for SYDNKY via TWO .FOLD BAY, on SATURDAY, the 23rd January, at noon. Cjiakirs Toby, , i Manager, T. &. N. Co. Franklin Wharf, January 7, !858. For Geelong Direct, A REGULAR TRADER. -4Î-V The welUknown fast-sailing brig ¿jfiaS Ho'ivr Saksoit, Master, Will anil for the above port with immediate dispatch. For freight or passage, apply to the Matter on boürd. Constitution Dock, January 15lh, 1838. 289 STEAM TO MELBOURNE. THE T.S.N. Co,'» Steam Ship "CITY OF HOBART" _.__ will leave for MEL- BOURNE on WEDNESDAY, the 27th January 1858, at noon. ' As two Steamois are now" running* daily from Sandridge Pier to Geelong, freight will bo taken for Geelong by the City of Hobart, as usual, payable at Hobart Town. Chabl-ks Tout, Manager, T. S. N. Co, , Franklin Wharf, j Jan. 15, 1858. Only Vessel for Melboarne. | THE FINE BRIG NORTH STAR, _il20tons, R, Dall, Mastoi, sails on WEDNESDAY, 20th instant; bas...

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LAUNCESTON SHIPPING BY ELCTRIC TELEGRAPH. ARRIVED. Nil. SAILED. Jan. 18—Queen(s.,) for Melbourne. MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 20 January 1858

LAUNCESTON SHIPPING BY EfcECTBIO TEnEOEArn. ARRIVED. Nil. SAILED. Jan. l8-Queen(s.,) for Melbourne. MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. The Tasmanian (s.,) left Sydney at noon on Thursday, arrived at Twofold Bay on Friday, left on Saturday, and arrived at the Franklin   Wharf yesterday, shortly before 1 p.m. The Emma Prescott arrived at Sydney from Victoria on the 13th inst.   MUTINY AND MURDER ON BOARD THE AMERICAN WHALER JUNIOR.-By the Lochiel from London, we have received the following particulars relative to a frightful tragedy per- petrated on board the Junior. Captain Haddon of the Lochiel, states that, on the 7th instant, when off Cape Howe, he sighted a ship in shore with a signal of distress flying, and immediately bore down for her, when she bailed, and stated   that part of her crew had mutined, and killed   the Captain and third officer. Captain Haddon went on board,and from tho elliot officer received this statement " That tbo ves...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE YESTERDAY'S MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 23 January 1858

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE ÏESTEKDAY'S MARKETS. But little business was done in the grain market during ^ «W- .Vcry little wheat is offered for sale, and quo- tations remain unaltered at 7s. to 7s. 6d. per bushel the best samples. A «mall Quantity of colonial oats waa »Id at 6s. 6d., and foreign oats realize from »>s, 6d. to 6s. Od, according to the samp e. There is no barley to speak of in the market ,ust yet, but the httle there is fttoh« from Ä. to 7». per bushel HW _f- \ v L«*¿) has not yet experienced ahv .Variation, the general quotations still being £6 to £8 per ton, according to quality, for loose and country, pressed ; the hydrau- lic piessed meets with do enquiry. Potatoes are still quoted at £7 to £10, according to the sample, hut the season for much business has not yet com- menced. In the flour market business is mo- derate and steady for local consumption only. Flour lrom the best colonial wheat is still quoted at £17 per ton. Bran meets with a ready sale at Is. Sd. lo...

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Parliament of Tasmania. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. LAST NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 23 January 1858

IHûkmiii ni ¿nsmúa. LEMSLATXVE COUNCIL. I . LAsfw««T. I Tbe President tooltftuci Cbwrstl? minutes past 4 o'closk. PETITION. Mr WEDGE presented a petition fron» .cer- tain inhabitant« of the district of Morven, pray- ing that the present Masters' and Servants' Act be rcueslaLand that the English Act be extended to th's Colony. Received sad read. NOTICES OP MOTION. Mr WEDGE to move on Tuesday, Out the petition presented by kiln be printed. * Mr WEDGE, on Tuesday, to ask the Colonia! Secretary if the Treasurer'« duplicates were not sent bone, and if so, at whose expense. > Mr WEDGE to move on the 28th insUnr, that a debtor and creditor account be laid on the table of the House, shewing the receipts and ex- penditure of the public monies «f the year 1857 ia áeUa, wder tbe pforsnt beads of wfwnditnre »ccprdirlg to Estimates and Appropriation Act of that year. COURTS OF SMALL CLAIMS BILL. Mr WHYTE asked the Colonial Secretary whether it was the intention of tbe Government to proceed wi...

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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 — 23 January 1858

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. Ws do not identify.our opinions with those- »f our Correspondents. To the Editor of the Dai'g Mercury. Dear Sin,-I promised to tell you some- thing about my cows, and pigs, &c, but being now very busy in "the hay field, and the wheat ripening ruther faster than wished for, 1 must pass them by and tell you a part of my harvest management, by which, if I haven't tricked the public houses, I hire done something much better ; saved my; own pockets, and improved those of «n.y workmen. I've long labored under a great antir.atÄy to Chinese goods. There's no ace.-unting forautipathies, though Archbishop W nateley tells us, " the antipathy which sontr, persons feel to cat«, arises from the eleclry.-ity which is discharged from, pusi's tait." 1 differ tolo coh from his grac¿, having been long convinced, that the eket.icity » o easily de- veloped from Grimalkin's bueV., is the role attractive principle 'by which t\ie biped -and quadruped tabb;.es, are unit' d i...

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THEATRE ROYAL. COMPLIMENTARY BENEPIT TO THE LESSEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 23 January 1858

T.HEATRE ROYAL. I COXFIIWSyT4.Br BENEFIT TO TUE LESSEE. The ^Opera Compauy appear once more, and-only once ; and that appearance will be made on Monday evening next. Whatever enjoyment the publio have derived from the exquisite performances of this talented Company, they » owe it to the energy and enterprise of the Lessee - Mr. Charles Poole. Tue crowded houses which have testified their admiration and .enjoyment at listening to the sweet strains of Madame Caraudini, Mon. Laglaise, Kohler, and others, will not, we feel convinced, be slow to recognise the claims upon their gratitude ot him who was the instrument of procuring these pleasures for them. There can be no question that in his present undertaking, Mr. Poole has in- curred considerable risk and much men- tal anxiety. His Company,at all events, are of this opinion and they now seek to expicss it so far as it is in their power to do so, by lending him the aid of those talents which he had procured for the benefit of the citize...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 23 January 1858

VICTORIA. By the City of Hobart we have MeL-j bourne papers to Wednesday last. A strong impression has gone abroad in Melbourne that the waters of the Yan Yean are impure, On this subject the Herald writes : "The general belief is that the Yan [ YJeaji water in its present condition,, is "decidedly unwholesome as a beverage, and ibis view has obtained so strong a hold on' the public mind, that the only means of allaying or dispelling ¿$ will be the rnbjeeHing it to a strict ehemieaj analysis, the re«Ä> of Vbiob, if satu%. tory, víould remove the doubts and fears which at preseät are entertairied of its i insalubrity." Tlie Ministry had been defeated by an overwhelming majority on the Reso-   lutions of Mr. Moore, which proposed the following rates of assessment of stock :-For every 100 sheep, £2 5s. : for every 20 head of cattle or horses, £2 16s. 3d. On a division the numbers were : Ayes . IO Noes . 27 Majority against'Government 17

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THE INDIAN MUTINY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 23 January 1858

THE INDIAN MUTINY. The following was copied from the walls of tlie'house in which our poor country- women were murdered at Cawnpore : .' Should this meet the eye of axiy one that knows - in case we are des- troyed, be it known that we occupied this room for eight days under circum stances so severe and distressing as have no precedent. The destruction of Jeru- salem conld not have been attended with distress as severe as._we liave experi- enced." A letter says :-" When we were going round the station after the recap- ture of Cawnpore, a female voice was heard by us, when passing over a bridge, exclaiming, * Thank God, I see a white face.' On going down under the bridge, we found two girls, the oldest about nine years, and the other not more than two ; the former had put bricks together for her little sister to sit upon, and hitch enough to keep her little feet out of the water. In reply to our question, she said, 'My father was killed, and my mother was dragged by the hair, and I ca...

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[?]IP MAILS. General Post Office, Hobart Town, January 23, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 23 January 1858

IIP MAILS. General Post Office, Hobart Town, Jsnusry 23, 1858. li be closed at Hobart Towoi u nd New Zealand, via Sydney, is dav at 11 u.iu. 1 I.,. .-day, ditto, ditto, ditto. For Adelaide and .sydney, via Melbourne, first veMel, this day at & p.m. , _ For Melbourne via Launceston, Black Swan, this _y at 0 30 p.m. .. . P.8.-M»ils foi Sydney and ***?»?. *" made Ú» «tthii olBce.and forwarded v,a Mcl E^V every steam vessel departmg from Hobart Town or Launceston. g. T. ILàMWKO«. Postmaster.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 23 January 1858

THEATRE ROYAL Lessee- Mn. Charles Poole. Under the Patronage of the Right Worship- ful the Mayor, OSMOND GILLES,, ESQ. POSITIVELY THE LAST NIGHT. COMPLIMENTARY BENEFIT TO MR. CHARLES POOLE. LESSFE, . Previously to his departure for Melbourne, by tbe City of Hobart, anticipating an engagement with MR. G. V. BROOKE, And other Artiste» of celebrity, who havo lately arrived in Victoria. On which occasion, with great pride, he begs to ! acknowledge the kind and generous co- operation of the undermentioned Artistes, MADAME CARANDINI. , SIGNOR GROSSI. MR. KOHLER. .MR. M. LAVENU. AMóTtne entire members of bit Establishment, | win baye mott generously offetfd tbflr, MnrioM. , ON MONDAY, JANtfARf 26rit, Tho performances will commence with a Kew Piece, entitled, A FAST TRAIN!1 HIGH PRESSURE ! ! EXPRESS ! ! ! After nhich, . Â MUSICAL MELANGE. To conclude with the ALPINE MAID. NEWCASTLE SCHOLARSHIPS. CANDIDATES for the above Scholarship! aie required to present themselves «t the High School at 9...

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MELBOURNE SHIPPING. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 23 January 1858

MELBOUUNE SHIPPING. Jan. 19-Eucalyptus, barque, from Hobart Town. Jan. 19-Harriet Nathan, barque, 'Jrota Hobart Town. CLEAEED OUT. Jan. 19-Cosmopolite, brig, for Hobart Town. SAILED. , Jan. 19-Matador, barque, for Hobart Town. MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. The brigantino Harp arrived on Monday evening from Hobart Town, via Nelson j she left on Thursday last.-New Zealand Spectator, December 16. We understand that H. M. C. S. Victoria proceeds this day with Charles Ferguson, Esq., Chief Harbor Master, to formally take charge of the Gabo Island Lighthouse on behalf of the Victorian Government, when, no doubt, a most vigorous search will lie made by Commander Normon in the neighbourhood of Cape Howe for the mutineers of tho Junior, American whaling ship, who «re supposed to have landed in that vicinity, 'the Victoria also embarks Captain Pasley, R.E., and Mr balmain, of the Public Works Department, for Wilson's Promontory, to commence operations about tho lighthouse at that plaie ; likewise a...

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THE ROMAN CATHOLICS AND THE MUTINY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 23 January 1858

THE- ROMAN CATHOLICS AND ' THE MUTINY. Ii is no small consolation for our-Indian calamity, that it has proved the happy Qccttiou for an almost unprecedented national re-union. All parties, all classes, all schools, Liberals, Conserva- tives, and Radicals; menvof war and men of peade ; they who had much to expect from Government, and they who had nothing ; Churchmen and Dissen- ters, have all forgotten their differences under the influence of a common human ity, and on an appeal of the .most.touch- ing and universal character. Here and there comes out a «light difference of opinion as to the causes of the misfortune, the persons answerable, and the degrees of prescience, promptitude, or skill dis- played by those whose business it was to prevent or arrest the catastrophe. But no opinions on these points hare been suffered to mar the national unani- mity of feeling and purpose to qualify sympathy or divert the flow of benevo- lence. The blood of our murdered countrymen, their wives an...

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OUR INDIAN GENERALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 23 January 1858

OUR INDIAN GENERALS. At the present moment, when the eyes of the nation are so naturally turned to India, oar readers will not think out of place the following brief sketch of our military and civil commanders in India, as the men on whom, humanly speaking, the fate of our eastern empire, at this important crisis, depends, now that death has deprived us of the sei vices of such heroes as Sir Henry Lawrence, Sir Hugh Massey Wheeler, General Barnard, Major Banks, General Nicholson, and Colonel Neill, to say nothing of a host of other less distinguished names. The supreme command of all the forces, whether of the line or of the Company's army, or of native troops, is, of course, in the hands of Sir Colin Campbell, G.C.B., who, as our readers are aware, left England in July last, at some 24 hours notice, in order to carry outj the wishes of Her Majesty in In- dia, as Coinmander-in-Chief, 'Thatwell known general, who is a scion of one of the many branches of the Scottish clan of Campbell...

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To the Editor of the Hobart Town Daily Mercury, Melbourne, January 19th, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 23 January 1858

. To the Editor of the Hobart Town Daily Mercury, Meibourne, January 19th, 1858. Sm,_Is Tasmania responsible for her im DOitafitw, in the woy of statesmen ? Must that fair Isle of the South, after having stir . vived the effects of the deep brand of çon victism-that iron chain which seemed to , pervade her verv existence, must she, I say, still take rank far down among all that is'despised r and seek in the deep caves of oblivion, a contemptible, a degraded posi linn ! Sir, your efforts, hitherto, have been directed towards the preservation of law nnd order. Now. that the press of Victoria, speaks of the probable exclusion of the "Land you live in," from the Federal union I in progress, in the Southern Hemisphere, those efforts ought to be redoubled. Ia it fair, is it reasonable that the bullying tones . of a Meredith-the mincing hair-splitting «ophistrie» of a Miller-or the impractica- bility of a Gregson-should be sufficient to ' justify the rest of the world in consigning to , th...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 23 January 1858

STEAM TO SÎ-HE?, « i V I JA I W O F O LiD B A \ t mun t.sn rvs steymsbip iii "TASIAÎÎÏ A" Will lemo for SVDNI V »ia Tt70 -, FOLD BAY, on SATURDAY, the 123rd January, at noon CiTvurcsToBi, Manager, T S. N. Co . Franklin Wharf, ' January 7, 1858 t -1 . ~ For Geelong Direct, "A1 REGULAR TRADER i i '_____ ' '-*Jrk Tic welLknown fast miling bn¿ éflÊÈ^ -i D AiR T,' t .«ragg HfvbX S visera, Master, Vi ill s«I for the ubo\e port w ali immediate -, dispatch. For freight or passage, apply to the .Master on board Constitution Dock, , January nth, 18o8 28D , 'STEAM TO MELBOURNE. THE 1 S V Co .« Steim Ship "CITY Or nOB\RC" will leve for MEL- BOURNE on WEDNESDAY, the 27th' 1 Januiry 185S, at noon 1 As two Steamers 'ne now running datlj frorn Sandridge Tiet to Geelong, --irei'ht will ho taken foi" Geelong h) the City of1 Hobart;, is usual, payable at Hobait Town ' ' ' OiTYitirVPour, Manager, ï S N Co , - Tranklm Whnrf,v Jau 15,< ISSS. Kangaroo Point Eegatta (. T «PUBLIC MEL PINT, held n...

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