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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. THURSDAY. SPECIAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 29 January 1858

' MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. ,1 11 W B 8 ]) A T. PßEaEKT-His "Worship, the Mayor, and Aldermen Eheuben, Propsting, Lewis, Murdoch, Barrett, Lipscombe, and Cheyne. ' ' ? The Town Clerk read the cqmmuni-; cation which had, b,eou forwarded hy His Moonship, to \ha baonorabje the Colonial Secretary. His Worship stated that he had waited upon the .Colonial Secretary on the subject, who had informed him that the Government 'was prepared to givo every facility to the Corporation-¡u fact everything tlipy a,sl^ed. He in- formed the Colonial Treasurer that the Council would not be ablo till May to oallect any ratos for police purposes. Tho Coloniil Secretary again assuwd him that the Government would nffurd every facility to the Corporasion, and wait to be repaid till the Council was iu a position to do ççj, Colon'al Secretary's O Tico, 1 27th Jan iary,'l8SS. Silt,-I have to acknowledge the leceipt of your letter of the 26th insta it, and in reply beg tu state that the Government will he ready from ti...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF HOBART TOWN. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 29 January 1858

SHIPPING- INrELLlG-BNOlä. PORT Ol1 HOBART TOWN. , ARRIVED. Jiinuiuy 28-Sappho c, barque, 231 ton«, Saundcrso-i, tiom whihn¿, with t>¿> tuns speim oil Agents, Ciapuuu and lliouiiis CibARCO OCT. Jimmy 28-Ijno, schaouei, 91 tons, Aked, fat Melbourne with caigo i>Ft'aaruRt.s J linroy 29-Maimovi, schooner, for Pott Albut rxroiiTs Tino for Melbourne-401) five ft pilings, 90 tons stone, 10,010 ft, timber, H Lipscombe LAUNCESTON SHIPPING (i v electric íeüeop hu) AIIH1VAT3 Jinuiirj 28-Royal bhcphuJ, (s,) fioin Mel bom ne DEPAllTcJtE'! Nil. I VICrORIA , Ihe Noith Star sailed foi this port ou tho 25th, and the Swoidhi|i cutcicd outward» on the sime d ij ADCLVIDB. The Wee Tottie, heneo, armed ut Adelnde on the 11th msl mc S^DNEV. TheAbbLy, hoaco, his amvod at Sydney. Dato not .riven

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 29 January 1858

East Caaat Bacillar Trader Tot Spring Baj, Piosser's, Swanport, and Waterloo Point. THE Schooner BOINDCK, A 1, Ot) tons, James Quested, master, wd1, weather permit« _ ung, lea» o the Constitution Dock on I'lf.ID'VV Afternoon, at .'i o'clock. l'or freight or passage apply to the Master on board, or to j Isaac Wriout, ' Nvw\Yhfuf,,Iftn.i.r. i o m ' ,, " .iii > > - I i ir 11 .di ' <'',! n <( >c Public Notice, CULLODEN STEAMER ON and ifier the 1st I ebruary, all passage money imut be paid m ciuh at the i olb.ee, before the steamer leaves, 01 on board 1 -aB, nttu that dat , no credit will be £iven for passives. II I Armstrono franklin Wharf, Jan 29, 1858 535 NOTICE THE undersigned being about to proceed to Kiiglaud, requests that all CLAIMS m ty 1il presented to him, on or before the Ctli February 5J3 PniLiir I Smith Wanted, SOBER M \N as General House Ser» _vant Apply at Swedish HoiiRe Äigyle street, 532 A1 'A ( Wanted, MAV COOK Apply to Mr. J. I. SrrwART,...

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SERMON. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 29 January 1858

SERMON. On Wednesday evening, the Ear. "W. Butters from Adelaide, (Presidentof tliu Australian Wesleyan Conference) preach- j pd the Annual Sermon, usual ou su .-h occasions, before tho several Minis ers. li oin the adjacent colonies, ana. a large , congregation in MelviMe-Street. Tn j j, llev. gentleman took lu-his text. "TiiEneroRE seeing we have this miiiirtry as we have retened mercy, we UP.it-' not; but have renounced be bid- den things ot dishonesty, nat willing mi . çraftine«, nor handling the word' of Undi deceitfully ; but by manifcstat'on of thai truth commending ottrselve« to every man'* oonicience in the sight of God. R-it if our Gospel be hid, it is hid to them that are loaf ; In whom the God of this world hallt blinded the minds of them which bel'eVi not, ' leat the light of of the glorious Guspel of '" ' Chi ¡st who ia the image of God, should shino unto them "?-2 Cor., iv., 1,2,3,4. The scheme of grace and mercy which God has revealed in His holy Word, is, with very ...

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MAYOR'S COURT.—THURSDAY. Before the Right Worshipful, the Mayor of Hobart Town, and Ald[?]rmen Rheuben and Murdoch. THOMAS V. BEESMORE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 29 January 1858

MAYOR'S COÜftT.-THÜßSDAY. Before the Eight Worshipful, the Mayor of Hobart To .ni, and Aid rmen Eheuben and Muidocli. THOMAS V BEKSiTORE. This was an information by the City Inspector against Joseph Beesniore of Liverpool Sf reet.for casting or knowingly suffering to be cast into the Hobart Town Ilivulet a quantity of ashes, contrary to the bye hws. The Bench dismissed the information, and the City Inspector was directed to lay an information against -Mrs. Parken sou for the offence. SAitn T. noxr.r. Bj' this information the City Inspector charged Henry Money of Campbell Stieet with creating a nuisance by allow- ing the contents of a ces--pool to over- flow. The Bench dismissed the information as the defendant had not h id the usual .24 hours of notice to abate the nuisance'. CUT RATES Several persons attended the Court, having been summoned for the non-pay men of City Hatos. Their ea-.es i were dealt with in the u->ual manner, time for payment being allowed to some. In a few cas...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 29 January 1858

? ' ïtor Geçlong Direct, _t_ "À REGULAR TRADER. The well»kno»n fast sailing brig DAR T, ^.^ Henhy S aï. som, Master, H til mil for the above port with immediate dispatch. For freight or passage, apply to the Master cn board, Vi:.. Comtitution Dock, ?::.-: January 15th, 1858. 289 \H ;':[;[. '? -_V, ; , ; . ._ jj For London Direct. iii." ? ,..:..?. ' _____ ' nJkTtSOTffiEGliEATEE ÏOET103T OF HEB V-, CAHGO ENGAGE». THE REG/ULAR TRADER "WELLINGTON." ÏA.1.588 tan* register, G. A Lu in a u, ; Commander. .. ' - This well-known vessel has firgtrate accom- modation for passengers, and will meet with quick despatch. For freight or pansage ap- ply to J* Samuel Mosca & Co. r Murray-street, ; or to ' Wilh \m Cro3bv'& Co. " ,, ' ' J1 New Wharf. Hobart on, ' ' 1 8th Dec. 1857. Kangaroo Point Regatta. 18 5 8. AT a Meeting held at Mr. Kirkby's Gol- den Fleece, Kangaroo Point, on Wed- nesday evening, January 25th. Mr. Win. Leake in the chair, the following resolu- tions wire passed : ....

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Parliament of Tasmania. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. YESTERDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 29 January 1858

^nrlkuwt ßf (íasntaiiin. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TESTEEDAT. Tho PltnSIDKNT took the diair at sovea minutes past 1 o'clock. PC HUONS. Mr. WKDGE presented u petition from the inhabitant.-, of Morion, prating that tile Waste L indi Hill be pNïL-J.ia on¿iuilly forwarded to íhe L-iz¡»UU\o Council. Jii'iOAu'd and reid. air. XVI IIS presented a petition from Mr. 2. W. Dai is ami other residents of Hobart'fowu in fa\ our of the credit system as applied to land. lU'Cîhed and read. Mr. CLEUUUXK presented a petition fro-n the inhabitants of Franklin and Vietori i, praj - iug that t!ie \Va>te Lauds Bill now before Par- liament Le passed into law. Ueceived and read, xo rica op MOTION. TUi COLONIAL SfiÇBSfARÏ ft »otc ea { tu» 4th íebroarv, thal tuf> rnesMge of the HauM of Assembly viitu respect to the Crown Hcdrt_" Bdl be taksa into consideration. RECEIP1S .Vc. Mr. WEDGE pursuant to notice, moved that a debtor and creditor account h; Liid upon the table of the House showing the receipt» and ex...

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THE MERCURY [PUBLISHED DAILY.] FRIDAY, JANUARY 29, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 29 January 1858

THE MERCURY [puuLisiir.D DAir.r.1 FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 1838. Jin EtCEMiEver his intinated to the H^oao of Asse.nbly his willingness to \i' .*> Mother bub of £3000 upon the E titnates, as a rewa'd for the discovery ii»' a workable G3ld Field in TasraJtiia 'l,')i;n can be no possible objection that j' i can se« tq auch a reward being iterad. The money cannot be demand v. Vnor woila it bo paid if it were, until * h» discovery had been ma lo and it was »atiafactorily established that the pre- cious metal existed in the Colony in f ich quantities as would render the search tor it a profitable and a remunerative t'Tvployment. To advert to the amaz iiüíAvantagjJwliich theestablishment oí thJ !' fset" that Tasmania, amongst all Is t other minerals, possessed gold, would lie . work of supererogatio'i. That wo Ji-tvo gold lias been placed beyond d'ts p ita by the disclosures made at Fingal, uti on the banks of tlio South Esk ; SSi!,1 tho only question now to bo decided iii -^-i» what quanti...

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SUPREME COURT.—THURSDAY. CRIMINAL SITTINGS. (Before Mr. Justice Horne and the usual jury) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 29 January 1858

SUPREME COURT.—Thursday. CRIMINAL SITTINGS. (Before Mr. Justice Horne and the usual jury) Patrick Murphy was charged with bur- glary in the dwelling house of David Gale. The jury found the prisoner guilty, and he was sentenced to four years' penal servitude. Ann Mellors was charged with stealing, on 30th Nov. last, one coat. the property of Samuel Ashury, and William Mellors was   charged with receiving the same knowing it to be stolen. Plea, not guilty. The jury convicted both the prisoners, who   were sentenced as follows:—Ann Mellors, 12   months' imprisonment, and William Mellors 4 years' penal servitude. Samuel Challis was charged with stealing, on the 16th instant, one watch value £5 and £14 in money from the dwell-   ing house of John Lansdale. Plea, not guilty. Verdict, Guilty - Sentence 2 years impri- sonment with hard labor.   Francis Fayerman pleaded guilty to forg- ing and uttering on the 2nd December last,...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 29 January 1858

DAY or h VLF, 3nn FEBRUARY, 1 At.hDNh'aDAl Valuable Allotment, on lue Township of ." Hew Norlolk, at the angle of Hlfch and ' Charles ttreet AV A GUESDON A CO Are instructed to ai 11 bj public auction, on the prapert», nt hiw Norfolk, da» as aboie, tune, 12 o'clock THAI CIMT.\LSICIION of LAND, the bett commercial situation on the Township lining a frontage of about 100 feet on High street, b» about 180 feet on Charles-street, with the t< minent of 7 rooms thereon erected, all it present jn the occupa- tion of the proprietor, Mr Griffith« ïitlc, « new grant frein the cro»vn Terms-One th rd eash, the balance st I and G months, bearing intercut, or all cash, nt the option of the purchaser 388 ' TRIDAY, 29th JANUARY, At 2 for half past 2 o clock Old Established and complete Butchering r^tablishnient of Messrs STANFIELD LUCkMAN AND CO Also Horses, Cart«, Harness, Pig«, and all th» Stock in-lrade. W A GUESDON and CO Are instructed to Sell by Public Auction at the premises, Lliz...

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INSOLVENT COURT— THURSDAY. (Before Mr. Commissioner Browne.) In re JOHAN KRUGER. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 29 January 1858

INSOLVENT COURT- THURSDAY.   (Before Mr. Commissioner Browne.) In re JOHAN KRUGER. This was an adjourned sitting for the purpose of examining witnesses as to the merits of the case on which Insol-   vent had been taken in execution on a judgment for malicious prosecution at   the suit of Henry Thompson. The Insolvent was brought into Court in the custody of a tipstaff. Mr. Haggitt appeared for Insolvent, and Mr. Macdowell' on behalf of the opposing creditor. At the request of Mr. Macdowell the Commissioner read his notes of the meeting held yesterday. In rcply to Mr Macdowell, The learned Commissioner said he should be guided by the decisions given in similar cases in England, Mr. Macdowell hoped his Honor   would give due regard to the verdict of an intelligent jury, who awarded the plaintiff £150 damages, which was a   sufficient proof that the proceedings of the Insolvent had been of a malicious character. He should...

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GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 29 January 1858

GENERAL INTELLIGENCE.       THE LATE DR. SMITH.-The remains of this   unhappy gentleman have been recovered. At half-past five o'clock yesterday morning, another party consisting of Dr. Crowther, and Messrs. Gould, Paterson, Mcpherson, Seal (2,) Living- stone, Cotton, Dobson, Rout, Maning, Garnsey' (who was also with Mr. Maning's party on Sunday, and four blacks, started for the moun   inri, and rcashèi ífj sumaiis nb'orit nine o'clock. They then formed an ext -nded line of about half a mile in length, and in that way proceeded, starting from tile place where Dr. Smith was list seen, towards Bro.vn's Uiver. At u distance of about a mile an J a bal: from tlut spot, the rcnaius of this un-brtu-iate gentleman were found. The Rev, Mr. Oarn-ey we believe wa» the tirst who discovered bim. We have bad the fcene describe! to us. If our read ra will i nagine themselves in the midst of a tangled Inhvhitli of stu-ite 1, -om'ire, ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 29 January 1858

DIED.   On Monday, the 26th inst., at Ulster Lodge,     New Town, George Gray, the infant son of Mr. James Gray.

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POLICE OFFICE.—THURSDAY. (Before W. Tarleton, Esq.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 29 January 1858

POLICE OFFICE.-THURSDAY. Before W. Tarleton, Esq.)   Stealing Onions.-A deaf and dumb man, named George Whitehead, was sent to the house of correction for two months for stealing onions, from the garden of Mr. Emslie, New Town Road.   Idle and Disorderly.-Thomas Teas- dale was charged with being idle and dis- orderly, having no place or local habita- tion. He was sent to the house of cor- rection for two mouths. Janet Sullivan received a similar sentence for sleeping in an unoccupied building in High-street. Remands. - Joseph Barker, charged with being on the premises of Mr. Too good for an unlawful purpose, was re- manded to the 2nd prox. Thos. E. Francis, charged with stealing a gun, the property of Mr. Nelms, of Bridge- water, was remanded to New Norfolk. Mary Macguire, charged with abscond- ing from the service of Mr. Fisher, Cas-   cade Road, was remanded to the 29th instant. ' Drunkards.-Hugh Nairn was fined £2, Mary Smith £2, and Patrick...

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VICTORIA. From the Melbourne Herald, January 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 1 February 1858

VICTORIA. From the Melbourne Herald, January 29. The local markets for imports have not recovered fra n the .»tüte of IIIIICMUII which lol lowed the leueipt of the latest advices from England The tendency of prices, however, is apparently rather towards a higher than a lower rango. lu the flour iii.ii Let rerv httlo effect has been, produced by the iutdliiience from Adelaide,,respect- ing the unsutUfuciury condition e f liu wheat ¡cici|i in South Ausiralii. We quote fine , Horn a'£13 10. lo £11 10s ; wh nt is pur ' chased ut .Vi 9d to & Gd per bu lit! ; and ; bran do-î fot now command a hi¿hir figdra than 2s 2d ; Cali n<-nin 0ats are aaUabi« at Ai ed (. Gi j «nd Scotch q\ f i jty Mt «-.

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THE PRINCE OF PRUSSIA. From the Globe. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 1 February 1858

TUE PaiNCli OF PilUSSIA. From the dole. The appointment of the Prince of Prussia as piuxy for the King is an ar- rangement as satisfactory as could posai» My be marie under the circumstances, j Every one will regret that the health of his Majesty should have rendered such n stnp necessary. We have never been amongst the flatteret s of King Freder- ick i> ¡Ilium ; we have pointed out those occisians on which bis policy appeared to us to be inconsistent wilh the interests of Europe ; but not rainy sovereigns have been more generally respected. There can be no doubt that the King is a conscientious mau ; he has an un- derstanding which has procured bim es» teeni independently of hisroyal character ; and he has an amiable disposition that has cause.1 a very largo number of per- sons to regard bim with personal affec- tion in many countries besides his own. The intelligence of the King's indispo. sition has been received in this country as we should receive the news that a ! personal ...

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NEW ZEALAND. AUCKLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 1 February 1858

NEW ZEALAND. AUClvLAND. WE are in possession of Auckland papers to the Sih January, from which we extract the fallowing items ! -" Wo understand (saj s thsJYciw Zealander of January Gtb, that his Excellency will embark in stale on board H.M. Iris (Captain Loring, C.13) to-duy at 2 p. m. from the Wynyard Pier. The hono- rable tho Attorney »General, vye believe will accompany his Excellency in this long promised visit to the Bay." The same journal gives the following report of the running for the Auckland áD. Leger, wou by Gazelle on the '29th December last:-" The first Auckland, St. Leger was rim on Ellerslie race- course, on Tuesday the 29th instant, by the following umuej horses-one mile beats : - Mr. J, S. Micfarlane's black filly, G.iz die, 3 lyears, Mr. J. Williamson's bay coll, Sir Kei cules, 3 years. Mr. Tuomas P.tton's black filly, Blink Bonny, 3 years. Uelore starting there was not any decided favourite. E ich iiorss had his admirers and bacífera j and betting was even on ea...

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MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 1 February 1858

MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING Tho manifest of the' Mountain Maid, was pnblished in Saturday's " Mercury." Two barques were signalled yesterday nt sundown. TUB PORT OP GALLE.-Tho great number of vessels which haro lately Leon visiting untie, have a traded considerable attention to the re- quirements of that hirbauic, Tho labours of Als. Harrison, who is surveying tha Port, have demonstrated the prautictbility of turning a very small and dangerous harbour, into ouo of large sue and perfect safety. A cost of ¡£30(1,000 is estimated for this really national underr,iilt.ing-, but Mr. Harrison bejieyas, this, would bet in, enççss ql the requisito su-n. Supposing' lio ineyeasejOf traflio (n thing however inipos-iulo tql suppose,) by ei'rate ol' }s. per fill au steamers. Qd pee ton pi) sailing; vessels wib O.U'go. and 3d. per ton on sailing vessels making, nu annual ineoina of over ¿¡¡D.QUJ woald bo secure I. This would be 3 per cent, on the capital required. Preserving tho Mine rate (only one-twe...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF HOBART TOWN. ARRIVALS [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 1 February 1858

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. TORT OF HOBART TOWX. ARRIVALS .Tatnnry 30-Mount lin Mud, brisr, 233 toil', Wood fran Sydney, 23rd instant, with cargo; passengers-Air. Peacock. Agent, Peacock. CLEA1ÎED our Januiry 30-Derwentwater, ship, G21 ton?, Wrankmo.-e, tor London. SAILED. January 30-Catharine, barru», Sherbard, on a whaling voyage. LAUNCESTON SHIPPING. Launceston, 10 o'c'ocb, p.m., Saturday. - (iROit OCB OWN COIlBESrOSDBST.) By the Hlack S>ian, which reached the bar abcu 9 o'clock this evening, I send you" Al el bourne news up to yesterday. Captant IVoads iu coming down Hobsons liny yesterday, ni.fc the " City of Hobart" and '. Qaeeu," both going up, and outside the beads, ile spoke the Clipper ''lied Jacket C3 days, from ' England. The Clipper therefore brings a foiv d iys later news, wluoh will not reach us, until the return of the Qaeeu, ' . ' (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH) Altai VALS. Jan, 30-Blick Swan (s), from Melbourne. MELBOURNE SHIPPING, j.m.rvBn. Jan. 2?-Sebastian Cabot, from New...

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COUNTRY DISTRICTS (From various Correspondents.) BOTHWELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 1 February 1858

COUNTRY DISTRICTS (From varioui Correspondents.) BOTHWELL. An Inquest was held on Wednesday last, on view of the body of a man named James Browne n ho had cut his throat on the previous day. The de- ceased had been fined £5 for harboring a'female passboldcr, and being unable t.i pay the amount he was sent to the Watch house. It was whilst there in enstody he committed the fatal Act. With a razor hu severed his head almo t from his body-cutting right through to the neck bone. At the inque-t the jury returned a veidict of temporary insanity. [How came the deceased with a razor ub mt him when locked up I in the watch house ? Was he not searched ? Ed. H T. M.] I On the same day (Tuesday) a man ,named Finlay in the employ of the Messrs. Howell fell from a dray when near Mr. Axford's Mill, and, it is sup- posed, the wheel went over him. He | was too much intoxicated to bo able to j give any information regarding the ac-1 cident. His right arm is' very much shattered ; besides which he has...

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