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THE MERCURY [PUBLISHED DAILY.] SATURDAY, JANUARY 23, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 23 January 1858

THE MERCURY [PUBMSUED JDAlLTi] SATURDAY, JANUARY 23, 1858. Wk have witnessed the proceedings of Mr. Justice Houke in the Legislative Council, since tbe Estimates have been before them, with much sorrow and with considerable regret. His Hoxon by the display he has made bas unques- tionably stepped from the high dignity of his Office as President of the Coun- cil ; and for no other purpose that we can see than that of evidencing an .mount of ignorance and narrow-mind . ednoss for which we were not pre- pared. Although we regret this much -on account of the low estimation in which tha*jp*oceeding8 of tbe Council' will be held in the neighbouring colo- nies, we ¿regret it still more on His Hoxon'. own account. We can- not reconcile the strange anotnoly thus presented. Ou one day we see His Hoxon presiding in his judicial capa- , etty on the Beach, _ and sentencing - one of his fellow creatures to death sur- rounded by all tbe solemn attributes and awo of the judgment seat ; on the next ...

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POST OF HOBART TOWN. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 23 January 1858

POST OP HOBART TOWN. Jan. 22-City of-Hobart (s.,) 363 tons, Bentley from Melbourne, 20th inst., with cargo. Passengers-Captain Gilmore, H. E, I. C. S., Mr and Mrs McCluro, Misses Donoghue (2,) Mr and Mrs Webb & child, Mrs Gallagher, Mr P. Do Darr, Mr Inge, Mrs Hurst and son, Bev. J Beckford, Mr Hewitt, Bev. L Sheil, Mrs E Bellaire, Lieutenant Richards, Mr Frazer, Col. Robins and two servants, Mr and Mrs Towers, Mrs Robinson, Mrs Mnrray, and two children, Mr Ballas, Mr C Degraves, Mr Donald, Mr. Solomon, Mr Adams, Mr and Mrs Lempricre, Mr McRobie, Mrs T Lempriere, Mr Orr, Mus- ter P Sullivan and 29 in the steerage-Mail, 1 bag, 1 parcel, 38 loose letters-Agent C. Toby. C1ÏA11ID OCT. January 22,-Mimosa, (s), 106 tons, Sullivan, for Sjdney, in ballast. Passengers-J. E. Maning, Esq., and two steerage. EHTEEE» OCT. January 22.-Eclipse, schooner, 190 tons, Wolfe, for Port Albert. January 22.-Muriposa, schooner, IOS tons, Sullivan, for Sydney. January 22.-Tasmania, (s), 285 tons. Cl...

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

1 jí^frí» Stottf i¿w DAY of SALE, 3hd FEBRUARY, , , WEDNCSDAÏ. Volüoblo Alii tment, on (lie Township of NeWfforfolk at the angle of High,and Cliarles street *?". _ u ' W. A GUESDOJT ¿. CO li- AW inst uc&d toidi b) publie auction, on jit the property, nt Niw Norfolk, day as «i above} time, Vi o clock. '" rtlHAÍ CENTR AL Si CTION of LANÏÏ I the bert ci imuerci 1 situation on the k Township, hrving a frontage of about 1O0 ' forton Hijsli street, hy »bout 180 feet on ( harles-streH, wi li the tenement of 7 roi ms "Tl »hereou erected, i li at present in the occ irjj " tion of the pro| nitor, Mr Grifli bj iille, anew grant lion) tin crown I ferm^-Oin. thud cat.!i, the bs'auce rrj 3 u and C mouths, be ring nittrut, or dil chÍIi, _, ut In? < piton of i he portius r 3pS SYNDAL, NE Mt ROSS - Imforfnrtt and E\ turan eSaL of StocSc, agricultural Iaipleinents, Carnage, .«i :-, Furniture, ¿to ," li S WEEDON _ Hat ben favored with instruction» fn m P T. Siniib, t»q, who m about ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 23 January 1858

BIRTH. 0n Friday evening, the 22nd instant, at Gov- ernment House, LADY YOUNG, of a daughter. DIED, On the 21st January. 1858, of croop, VIRGINIA EUGENIA, eldest daughter of WILLIAM GEORGE BEAUMONT, of the Shades Tavern, Old Wharf, aged 6 years and 4 months On Friday the 2 nd instant, at 61, Macquarie street, RICHARD BENJAMIN, infant son George Burn, aged 5 months. (The publication of the Mercury Yesterday morning, commeneed at 5, and terminated at 8 20 a.m. ]  

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

«.GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. VERY DANGEROUS.-On Wednesday morning   last a black cow, belonging to some person re- siding near the Queen's Head, New Town Road, rushed at a little child, and threw it down with   great violence-knocking out its teeth, and doing the poor little thing other injury. So great was the force with which it ran at the child that, unable to stop itself, not meeting with the amount of resistance it expected, the cow ran violently against the Queen's Head public-house, tearing away a large portion of   the masonry with its horn. On the following morning the same animal ran at another child in the same locality, and would have seriously injured, if not killed it, but for the presence of mind of a party who happened to be passing,   and who ran between the infuriated beast and the child, brandishing a small tomahawk which he fortunately had in his hand at the time. This animal ought to bo looked after at once. If It b...

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THE INDIAN MUTINY. From the "Globe." [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 25 January 1858

THE INDIAN MUTINY. From tho "Globe." ASTEE all the horrors which have sad- dened so many English hearts and homes, we cannot help confessing Ibaji it is not without a certain gratification that wo reflect on the fearful odds against which the first act of this Indian conflict has ' boen fought with such unflinching hard- ihood, and such signal triumph over re rolt at its head-quarters. Never surely did the moral force-, which have been reckoned, we think by Napoleon, as two thirds of the «lemont* of success in war, moro strikingly vindicate their suprem- acy. Had the handful of combatants for our name and fame in India ¿oat heart for a moment ; had " frantic lear " Leen as «outagious in English hearts as frantic1 rage and hate in those of their favoured mercenaries, we should have, ere this, lost all we hold in Ir>dia-we might add, .all we count for in the world. No na- tion ever owed a deeper debt of grati- tude to those who held her flag aloft through this momeutous struggle ; ...

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INDIAN MISCELLANEA. NATIVE [?]. EUROPEAN GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 25 January 1858

INDIAN MISCELLANEA. NATIVE V. EUBOPEAX GOTTRSMEXT. -Under a native government, indepen- dent of the mutual adaptation of the in- stitution and the people, there is a con- nected chain throughout the society, aud a free communication between the differ- ent parts. Notwithstanding the dis- tinctions of caste, there is no country where men rise with more ease from the lowest rank to the highest. The first Nabob of Onde was a petty merchant ; the first Pe-ishwa a village accountant. The ancestors of Holkar were go itherds, and those of Scindiah slaves. All these, and many other instances, took place within the last century. Promotions from among the common people to all the ranks of civil nnd military employment, short of sovereign'}*, are of daily occur- rence under native states ; and this keeps up the spirit of the people, and, in that respect, partially supplies the place of popular institutions. The free intercourbe of different ranks also keeps up a sort of eiicjlation, and dilfus...

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CITY ARTICLE. Mercury Office, Saturday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 25 January 1858

CITY ARTICLE. Mercury Office, Saturday afternoon. FBOH a vapwty of causes business has assumed during the week a more stirring and animated appearance than has been the case for somo time. This, however, does not extend to all the markets, though even in those which have not been more than usually active, business has been steady and moderate. During the week the grain market has exhibited symptoms of increased i.iipi'ovoinent, and business is not so dull as recently. There nag been some con- siderable ' enquiry for wheat but there see;ns to be some difficulty in obtaining it, for holders aro still keeping back in anticipation of a much higher advance taking place before long. The last two weeks wheat has been steadily rising, and the upward tendency is «till percep- tible ; the last sales were effected at 7s Gd pur bushel the best samples ; in some quarters a higher quotation was given reaching to 8s., but that cannot he put down as the market price to-day. At short intervals we he...

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MAYOR'S COURT.—SATURDAY. Before the Right Worshipful the Mayor of Hobart Town. THOMAS [?]. MARSHALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 25 January 1858

MAYOR'S COURT.-SATURDAY. Before jfcbe Ri^ht Worshipful the Mayor of Hobart Town. Tnoicaa T, MLmsiiAXu. William Marshall ivas charged by the City Inspector with ofTering, &c, 2 cows for sale in Collins-street, contrary to the provisions of the Statute 5 William IV., No. 9. Defendant pleaded not guilty. I The City inspector deposed that on Saturday morning, about a quarter before eleven o'clock, he saw two or three cows ,in Collins-street, opposite Mr. Hurley's stores. He sent Constable Bassett to see if the cows were for sale. Constable Bassett deposed, that in ac- cordance with the instructions of the City Inspector he went into Collins-str¿et and saw the defendant with tivo cows. In reply to questions from witness, de- fendant said the cows were for sale at £12 10s. tho two. Witness reported the same to the City Inspector. Defen- dant said the cows belonged to his mas tor, William January, at Sandy Bay. Witness, and the City Inspector, then drove the cows down to the Qld Ma...

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GARDEN AND DAIRY PRODUCE. [?] PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 25 January 1858

GABDEJî AîïD DAIRV PßODÜCE. KKTAIi FBIOES. i. d. i. i Apples, per do; cn. 0 4... 0 6 Apricots, per dozen, . 1 6 ... 2: 0 Beans, Fronen, per quart. 0 0 ... O' 6 Beans, broad, per peck . 0 0 ... 0 9 Butter, fresh, per lb. 0 0 ... 2 0 Butter, potted, per lb. 0 0 ... 1 9 Bacon, dried, ditto . 0 0 ... 1 4 Bacon, green, ditto............ 0 0 ... 1 2 Cabbages, per dozen (none)... 6 0 ... 12 O' Carrots, per dozen bunches... 1 6 ... 2 O' Cheese, Colonial, per lb. 1 6 ... 1 8 Cheese, English, (best) ditto. 1 6 ... 1 ft Cherries, per lb. 0 3 ... 0 41 Cucumbers, ench. 0 6 ... 1 <i Currants, per quart. 0 41... 0* t, Ducks, couphi . 7 0 ... & 0 Eggs, per dozen . 0 0 ... 1 9 Fowls, per couple...... 5 0>... . 0 Geese, each . 7 ft... f , 6 Grapes, per lb. - O ... 2 6 Giccngagcs, per quart . 0 0 ... 0 6 .lain, peril). «IO-, l o Lard, common, per lb.- 0 0 . .. 0 lu Lard, hogs', ditto. 0 0> ," l 5 Lemons, per dozen . 2 'i ," 3 0 Lettuce, eich (none) . 0 ' j ," 0 0 Oiauges, pee ...

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POLICE OFFICE.—FRIDAY. (Before W. Tarleton, Esq.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 25 January 1858

"POLICE OFFICE.-FRIDAY. (Before Vf. Tarleton, Esq.)' JSlglit Charges.-One drunkard was fined 20a., and one £3, with the usual alternative in case of default. James Fitzhorbert, charged with being drunk and absent from service, was discharged to the Crown. Two disturbers ol' the peace were, mulcted in the usual penalty of 5s. eaoh. John Wetmore, charged with disturbing the peace and assaulting a constable, was remanded till the 2Gfch instant. Fjrgery.-Fras. Fayernan, remanded lo this day, on a charge of forging a cheque, for the production of additional evidence, was again placed in tho dock. Mr. Warburton deposed that he lived in Eli/.abeth-street and knew the prisoner. Ho was at his shop between 6 and 7 p.m. on the 2nd of December, and pur- chased two pairs ql bgats at JQs. (id, per pair. The prisoner gave wit-iess a oheque for £3 10s. The cheque produced is the same. Witness cashed the cheque and gave him the balance, £117s. He took the cheque to the bank tho same day, whoa ho was...

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MR. LABOUCHERE ON INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 25 January 1858

2IR.. LABOUCHERE ON INDIA. OK Monday last, at a meeting at Taun- ton, presided over by Mr. Kinglake, M. JP-, tue author of " Eothen," / Mr. Labouchere, in responding to the *«sfc of " the members for the borough .of Taunton," spoke at some length upon itbe subject of the day-the Indian mu itiny. It was far from his intention to ester into any discussion of the cause of that mutiny ; but he toulil not help say , ing-and he was persuaded that he was inot speaking his own sentiments "-only, bnt those of ewery man ;-»ho heard lum, when he said-it ¡.pas an honourable distinction of the ¿times in which they lived, that whatever ¡party difierenoes might exist among them, and whatever divisions there iftare in England upon questions which 'arose suddenly among them, iu the face ?of any great public difficulty and danger tthey were uuited as oje man (cheers). .. ¡aSnglishsaen presented their closed ranks on all great occasions of ¿national peril, .and whether it came upon timm in the form of...

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THE MERCURY [PUBLISHED DAILY. MONDAY, JANUARY 25, 1858 [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 25 January 1858

THE MERCURY [PUBLISHED îiAii-r.] MONDAY, JANUARY 25, 1858 WE have received from the Government Printer a draft copy of the Rural Muni ? i jalitios Act. It is a very voluminous d >cument, and contains, besides sche- dules, 131 clauses. In order' to have snuh Municipalities declared, it will be n »cessary that at least 50 persons, pro- prietors or occupiers of property of the annual value of not less than £20 in the District in which they reside, should petition the Governor in Council ; upon tho receipt of which petition, buch dis- trict will be proclaimed to bo a. Rural Municipality. All men of the age of 21 years, who possess property within the district so petitioning, of the annual value of not less than £20 are to be Municipal Electors. The Municipal O luncil, in each District, will consist of s'.x CouncillorsjOue of whom shall act as Warden. The A*ct then provides for theeleelion of such Couneillorii, speci- fying the way in which. the Elections 0shall ( be conducted. The nu...

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INSOLVENT COURT.—SATURDAY. (Before Mr. Commissioner Browne.) IN [?]E THOMAS CHASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 25 January 1858

INSOLVENT COURT.—Saturday (Before Mr. Commissioner Browne.) IN RE THOMAS CHASE First meeting of creditors Mr. Graves appeared to support In- solvent who was brought up in custody. Proofs ;—John Pregnell £31 19s. 2d. balance of account for goods; W. Aus tin £32 11s,0d on a judgment of the   Court of Requests. Insolvent was examined by Mr. Crisp on behalf of a creditor as to the time within which his liabilities had been     contracted which he stated to be 12   months. His debts were upwards of £200 and when he was declared insol vent he had no assets whatsoever. When Insolvent was arrested he was not car- rying on business in his own name but in the name of Mary Ann Wilby. The butcher's license was altered to her name at the beginning of the present year, after Insolvent had received a summons   at the suit of Mr. Austin. Would not swear that the license was altered before Mr. Austin obtnined judgment. The liabilities in the schedu...

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LAUNCESTON, JAN. 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 25 January 1858

LAUNCESTON, JAK. 23. Flour remains stationary. We have heard of no operations in the new wheat this week. We hear that 5s. lim t been offered for oats' ' lTbf'M"dlsrU nion-First flour per ton. £16 ; BCcorxUôitto'fi'13"; bran Is 6d ; wheat 6i par bushel (nomina.1 >). Cutanu ¡t-F-'irst Flour, £14 per ton ; second»,. £13 ; « heat bought at 5s per bushel ; brou Is ftj.- fi-taträner.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 25 January 1858

DAY .of r S ALE; SED FEBRUARY". %, ! WEDNESDAY. Valuable .Allotment, on the Township of I New Norfolk, at the angle of High and "¡& .; ? , Charles-street. !.-; W. A. GUEHDON & CO. Are Instructed to sell by publie miction, on "trie/property, ot New Norfolk, day as *K\,. , "above, time, 12 o'clock. THAT CENTRAL SECTION of LAND, :,the best commercial situation on the Township, having a frontage of about 100 feet on-. High-street, by ahout 180 feet on Charles-street, with the' tenement of " rooms therein- erected, ¡¡li at present in the occupu titjii of the proprietor, Mr. Grifiiths. Title, ajiew.grânt frum the crown, uTerfns^-One third cash, the balance at 3 anti 8 month-, bearing ¡nterett, or all cash, at the' option of the purchaser. 388 .£ J; SYNDAL, NEAR ROSS. Important and Extensive Sale of Stock, .-Agricultural Implements, Carriage, 'Furniture, <tc. JE"R.WE Ê Ö Ô N f ilss beon favored with instructions from P. T. Smithy Esq., who is-nbout leaving the ""...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 25 January 1858

Wanted BY A YOUNG MAN of respectability, a situation in a Warehouse, Store, or in any «ray in which lie could make hhmelf generally useful, either in town or country Address. N. G. G 452 Office of this Paper. WANTED, A RESPECTABLE Steady Young Man as COLLECTOR. Unexceptionable references requited. JOHN DAVIES. Mercury Office, Jan. 25, 1858. NOTICE. MR. JOHN MACMICHAEL, having been appointed Country Collector for this Office, will shortly proceed through the various districts. In consequence of the heavy expenses entailed by the issue of the Mercury, as a Daily Journal, we shall feel obliged, by a prompt response on the part of our country friends, to Mr. Macmichael';* call. JOHN DAVIES. Daily Mercury Office, 25th January, 1853. HENEY IKIN, CABINET MAKER AND UNDERTAKER, No. l8, AROYLE-STREET, Next to Burdon's Coach Manufactory. .»* Every description of Furniture made to order. EcOiMJiUlC iilMi'.'wu, ual.-iu L1SHMENT, No. l8. Argyle meet, next Burdon's Coach Manufac- tory- I A Respect...

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GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 25 January 1858

GENERAL. INrE,LL,IGE;2ïCB. MASTERS' A>-D SEI-VAXIS' ACT.-An employer of lnbor at Greon Pouch- informs tis, that ii day or two »ince, ho had ordered olio of his men to da some ordinary joh, when to his snrprise and astonishment the mun told him he mif-ht do it himself! On being remonstrated with upon, his conduct, this valuable servant,' with the utmost coolness, replied.-" You mav go to ifyoq'llke.' We've got a Kew Masters' and Servants' Ant now and we can do just n« wc please in spite of yon ! " "Coming events cast their shadows before. " This is a «impla qÇ what may he expected shouk" tho'pra-mse^ A^t become law. j l'JABÏÇli AJÍ» DlXEUX!'f D FiBOCm* IX Doo.-Acose o'fefocity in ä dog occurred a few days aga, near the residence of G. A. Komp Esq., at Kemp To ? n, which, perhaps, for savage determination, was never cqa died. It appears that a man had taken his horse out of a chaise cart, and led him towards a water hole to drink. Tins water hole W.LS on property belonging, we beli...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE [?] [?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 25 January 1858

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE AI.E'*>.», VOJtTEB. Ale Uass's, per luid ... 8 10. 0 W 8. 15 0, AUsQpp^üa. 8 1,1) Q to Ö 15 g O.ther Hutton do....7 0 OloO 0 01 Byass'» perdonen....... 0 lo ß to 0 11 0¡ Allsopp'» do., O ]« (j to 0 11 0 Second-cliiM brands, do 0 0 0 to 0 10 0 Porter, Taylor's per hhd C 3 0 to ö 10 01 Truman's do ,,.,. 5 0 0 to 5 10 n Barclay's da unsalable 4 10 * 0 to 0 0 0 | Byass'* qw per doz. 0 10 C to 0 11 0 Second-class brands, do 0 Ü 0 to.U IO 0 UUCU1T Coloiiial,cabin, per c»t..l G 0 to 1 10 0 Navy do,.-.. 1 3 Ú to 1 G 0 English Uucy.asstd p lb... 0 1 0 to 0 1 3, HOOTS AND SHOES Well Rsiortçd seasonable " In voices, 20 to 33 p.c. ' ' a'dv. 0 0 0 to 0 0 0 Do elastic sides.do. 0 0 Otoo 0 0 Litlies'boot!. do,do. 0 0 0 to 0 0 0 Girls'and Children's,do... 0. ?0 0 to 0 «J 0 Men's waterlights unable 0 0 0 to 0 0 0 Do. lace-ups uud bluchers (unsaleable). 0 0 0 lo 0 0 0 Btni.mNCl «ATERÍAfc.s Blicks colonial, perm 110 0'to I 15 0 Fire, .,.....".,. 5 " " - " Slates, I luchôss'p...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 25 January 1858

jfm-tfm^AT-a-^i --rxr [The publication of ttie Mercury on I Saturday morning, commenced atl 5, and terminated at S 20 a.m-1

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