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To the Hed litur of the Mercurial Hointment. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 1 February 1858

To the lied litur of the Mercurial Ilointment. ZUR,-Peili'ips u can tell i how i be to zeil mya.. The deal hers ennis here and saj s says tiljy-I'll g'l thee six punds the ton for tiy a; 1 leys-sayi i,-w.-ll ihej shalt ha't ¿oTirno the tun be no* 2,030 lbs. Oh, no, s iy-1 they, {lie tim is, and al way-* vos foi a mid tnters, iwo thousand two bundera and vorty punils. Now t wants to no if i or they chaps be rite. Ydur hu T. ble zervaiit, ZSKIEL HOMESPUN.

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To the Editor of the Hobart Town Daily Mercury. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 1 February 1858

To the Editor of the Hobart To.tn Daily Mercury. SIR,-I aereed to sell to a dealer last week ten ton, of hty to be cut and-tiken fiom ni) stack at so much per ton. When the !*ar gain was concluded, the pureba]er drylv remarked, I tak¿ the ton at 2,210 lbs." I repl ed, "No you muit take it neem ding to the prosl inntiou at 2,000 lbs." Pray ho« am Ito act ? I Inte ^n appeal to Courts of La.v, y t the dealer siys ha will compel me to dolivcr. dil he do so ? Your's ¿fee, A SHAH LANPOWNER.

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POLICE OFFICE.—SATURDAY. Before Messrs. Tarleto[?]and Stewart. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 1 February 1858

POLICE OFFICE.-SATURDAY. Before Messrs. Tarletoirand Stewart. Night Charges.-One drunkard, was fined twenty shillings mid ona forty'shil- lings. The usual alternative was sup plied in defau't. Larceny.-.Matilda Burns plea'led guilty to stealing a piece of satinet from the shop of Air. Overell, Liverpool Street, and was sentenced to 12'months imprisonment with hard labour.

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GARDEN AND DAIRY PRODUCE. RETAIL PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 1 February 1858

GARDEN AND DAIRY PRODUCE. RJSTAU PRIDES. s, d. s. Apples, per peek,. 2 ö ... 3 Apr'.cots, per elo¿en, . 1 0... 2 He-ins, Fiencli, per quart. 0 0 ... 0 Butter, fresh, per lb. '2 O'...' 2 i Butter, potted, per lb.'0 0 ... 1 ! B.1C011, diled, ditto . 0 0... 1 >Dicon,j:reon, dittos. 0 0... 1 ' Ciblages, per elo/.en .,. 3 0... G Carr its, per diueu bunches ... 1 ß ... 3 Cheese, Oiloni il, per lb. 1 0 ... 1 I Cheese, English, (best) ditto. 1 6',..' 1 ' CV'rrie», per lb. 0 6 ... 0 I Cucumbers, each . 0 0 ... 1 ' Ducks, couple . 7 0... 8 Egg?, per dobell 1. 0 0 ... 1 I Fowls, per coupla .<. ö 0 ... 0 Geese, cadi . '7 Gi... 8 Grapas, per lb.."... t G ... 2 Graeiigiigcs, ,per quart . 0, '1 ... 0 ' Juin, per lb. 0 10 ... 1 Laid, common, por lb. 0 6 ... 0 Lan., lavs', ditto..'.., 0 0... 1 Lemon», per duznn (nono)..,..'. ,0 0 ... 0 Lettuce, eacli (nono) . ,'0 0,... hO M'ulbenios."per'qit rt...'"'.,'., 'l 0 ,',,' 1 Oranges, per dozen (none) ... 0, 0 ", 0 Potatoes, per lb. O lj... O ...

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INSOLVENT COURT—SATURDAY. (Before Mr. Commissioner Browne.) IN RE JOHAN KRUGER. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 1 February 1858

INSOLVENT COURT-SATÜÜDAT. (Before Mr. Commissioner Biowne ) IN IIB JOHA.V KRUGER. Meeting for judgment., . , Insolvent was in custody and had not been brought up. ' Mr. Hairgitt said that he had given the mieessiry instructions for Insolvent to bj brought, to the. court. He presumed, however, that his absence was of no great moment. The Commis- sioner could proceed with his judgement as well as though Capt. Kruger were present. ' The Insolvent was here brought1, into court in the custody of a constable. JUDGMENT. i 1 The Commissioner stated that the meeting was one to hear his decision on the application of the Insolvent for his discharge ; and, before giving it he could not help expressing his gratifica- tion at the gentlemanly mininer in which the case had bean conducted on both sides ; and the evident desire shown to secure the due administration of justice. His Honor then went through the evidence which had been brought before the court. The Insolvent wa3 opposed by a sailor nam...

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GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 1 February 1858

, . GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. TUB JUTE Da. Saura.-The funeral of Dr. smith, late Surgeon of the Derwentwater, took piuco on Sntunlay uHteruoaq. The de- ceased gantlo.nuu being a master mason, was intoireil wi:h the lull honors of the craft. The members ol' Lodge No. 3li, on the Kjgistry oí the Grand Lodge of IrelauJ, assembled nfc their Lodge Koom, and proceeded thence to H. .11. (iciiur.il Hospital, to which the bo.ly li til beea removed, wheu brought doun from the mountain. At-¿wo o'clock, the funeral cortege left the Hospital, headed by Masons, inarching two «breast according to rank, and wearing their regalia mid jc.vels. Then foUoirad the body, borne by masons ; the deceased's regalia, being suspended in front of the collin, and the p.ib supported by Dr. Uro.k, Dr. Hall, Dr. Doughty, .nu Ur. Keen. Captain Wraiilciuore ot the ship Derwentwater, atcanded as elliot' mourner. 1'iie masters, ol' ajl the yes,e!s in port, Dr. Crowther, Dr. Bedford, AÍ.L.C, Dr. Agnew, D. Macpherson, lOsq.,...

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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 — 1 February 1858

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. WE ia not identify our opinions with those ot out 'Correspondents. To the Editor of fie Dai'y iiercury. SIR,-Can yon inform ra» wltnt eif-ct the proclamation, giving the i educed weight of wheat, flour, oat?, and barley at 2 00:) lbs. to the tons bus in relation to tim 8..1-; ol' h'ty, potatoes, or.'Ugir! We country folk, 'who by the way, are (with their crop.) quite parched up bj- the long c munuance of dry weather, desire to know. Are we to sell our hay and potatoei at the short ton ; and at what .rate are we to buy our sugar? or, ii every one, notwithstanding the weighty pro clam itiou to dispose of his hay, &c, as he thinks fit t Your attention to this, at present, equivocal mode of buying and selling, will oblige, ' Your'« &c, A FARMER.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 1 February 1858

BIRTH. On the 30th January, 1858, at Fitzroy   Place Hobart Town, the wife of Captain     W. F. STEPHENS, 5th B.L.C., of a son.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 1 February 1858

DAY oí SALE, 3aD FEBRUARY, WEDNESDAY. Valuable Allnlmrnt, em the Township of New Nortolfc. at the ingle of High and Chi.r.cs-itieet, W. A. GUESDON & CO. Are instructed to sell by public auction, on the property, at Ntw Norfo k, day as above, time, 12 o'clock. TnAT CEN TBAL SFC110N ofLAND, the best commercial situation on live Towmhip, having a frontage of about 100 feet on High-street, by about 180 feet o-i ( liarle*-stree t, wi'h the tenement of 7 rooms thereon elected, ull atpiescntju the occupa- tion of the proprietor, Mr. Griffiths. Title, a new grant fruin the crown. 'Terms-One thud cash, the balance at 3 and C mouths, bearing intere-t, or all ca»h, aijhe option of the purchaser. 38S DAY OF SALE, THURSDAY 4m FEBRUARY. Substantial Vf eil furnished Stoi-.e-'mlt Resi- dence, M.icqitarie-stroit, I gilt fiibhioudble four wheel Carriage, Cottage Pianoforte, and Household Furniture, &c, effect* of the late J. L. Burnett, Esq. W. A. GUESDON et CO. Are favoured willi ins...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 1 February 1858

NOTICE. EADY & PINK ÎAYING succeeded to tho business ol'Messrs STAXFIELD, LVCKMAK and Co., Butchers, Elizabeth-street, Hobart Town,beg'respectfully to solicit from those customers who luve favored their predecessors with their support, a continuance of their patronage, mid to assure them' that nothing on their part shall be wanting to merit their confi- dence. Hobarton, February 1st, 1858. Hobarton, February 1st, 183S MESSES. STANFIELD, LUCKMAN AND CO.. In returning thanks to their supporters and the public for the very liberal pat- ronage they have received, have at the same timo to state thnt . -MESSÜS.- EADY & PINK have purchased their Lease and Good vill. ' They therefoie have much plea- sure in recommending them to the fav- ourable consideration of their customers and the public, as Messrs. Eudy and Pinku vvill.doublless, conduct it in their «ell-known style,'which, with civility and attention, and supplying the very best articles' in the trade, will ensure to t...

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CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 1 February 1858

CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. WE have papers to the 19th of Novem- ber. Lotteries have recently become so common at the Cape that the Governor has resolved lo suppress thom. The Puiliaincnt has beca further pro- rogued to the 6th .January, then to meet fur the dematch of business. The Governur has appointed Cap- tain Robert Dundas Kerr, R.li., to be his Ciilonial Aide-de-Ciimp, vice Major William Boyle, H..M. 89th Regiment, who lias, with his Excellency's permis- sion, proceeded to ludia on active ser vice. * , The Great Britain, with troops for India', arrived in Table Bay, on the 17th of November. She had on board, uti der the command of Lieutenant-Colon- el-H ay lund :-3 otiicers and "fl mea of H.tM. .OGth Regiment, 24 officers and 483 men 8th Hussars, 23 officers and 4S3 men 17r.li Lancers, and 16 men 14th Light Draguons. The Natal Witness says :-A gentle- man of Cupe Town, formerly a captain in the Bengal army, has uddrcsscl the Cape Government, ätrongly leeouiineiiil ing tliciiitroduulio...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE ALE[?]AND PO[?]TER. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 1 February 1858

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE ALE.AXD rODTEn.'1 Ale Bass's, per hbd ... 8 IO O to 8 15 (li "Allsopp's, uo.8 10 0 to Ö 13 01 Otbct Hutton do .... 7 0 0 lo 0 0 01 ' '' Kjass's per dozen,. 0 10 6 to U II 0 1 ' Allsopp'« do. 0 1» C lo 0 11 1 Second-chss brands, do 0 , 0 0 to 0 10 0 Porter, Taylor's per hbd « 5 0 io ß IO 0 Trurran's do. 5 0 0 to 5 lo fl Barclay's da un-abiblc i 10 0 to O o 0 i r Byass'sqts pereloz..,.-. 0 KI C to 0 li , Se, cond-class brands, do 0 ii 0 to u 10 1 UI»CUIT Colonial cabin, per cwi..l fi n to 1 10 0 Navy do,..«-. I J 0 to 1 O' 'English fane) ,asstd p lb... 0 1 0 to 0 1 , HOOTS AN'D SHOES Well assorted se non tule invoices,20 to 25 p.c. adv. 0 0 0 to 0 0 Do elastic sides,do. 0 0 d to 0 0 ' LadUVboots da.do. 0 0 (I to 0 0 Girls'and Children'»,-lo... 0 0 0 to 0 0 Jfeli's watertights un able 0 0 0 to 0 Ü »Do. laca-ups uud blucher« (unsaleable).0 0 0 io 0 0 0 * Bini.DIJÍO MATERIALS Bricks colonial, per m 1 10 0 to 1 13 Fire. ~> 0 0 to li 0 Slate«,' Duchess'per m ... ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 1 February 1858

For Geelong Direct A REGULAR TRADER ^?v. The welltown fi?t sailing In? ,Ai$\ . DAR T, isisSfit HESU\ SANSOAI, Master« M ill »"ii for the above pork «ilk immediate dispatch. Far freight or passage, apply to the Master on bo'id. Comtitntioti Dock, January 15th. 1818. 269 East Coast Reblar Trader. For Spring R«, l'rwser's, Swanport, and Waterloo Humt THE htliooner BOT NT)Er, A I, 60 ton», J imes Quested . master, will, weather pennlt __ i tinp, lenve the Constitution Dock on FRIDVY Afternoon, at 3 o'clock. Tor fre clit or passage apply to the Master m board, or to ISAAC WRIGHT. New Whaif, J*« ¿7. «J Public Notice #& CULLODEN STEAMER. ON end after the lil Fi binan, nllpn«»ii i mniiev mu-t be paul m '»«It al tli. office, lufore the steamer 'eivps, or on lina'el -as, after that date, no credit will lie £i«ei for passiges II F ARMSTHONO, FranUm Wharf, J III 23 1838 S3"» Kangaroo Point Regatta. '¿&£ 18 5 8. AT a Meeline held «t Mr. Kirkhj'sGol den Fleec», K njnron Point, '"'...

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HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY—FRIDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 1 February 1858

HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY-FRIDAY EVENING. VVB have been at some piins to make ourselves acquainted with what actually did take place in the House of Assembly on Friday evening, afc-er tho expulsion of the Press and public. This was the more necessary on account of a garbled and'untrue account having been pub- lished. While we cannot, of course, vouch for the absolute authenticity of of thi« report, we have conclusive rea- sons for believiug that it is a fair aud candid report. The bon. member fo- Ostlands having re entered the House, which be had left pre- vious to the six o'clock adjournment, at which time be remarked that be could leave his bon jr iu the bands of hon. members present, and thnt the House would perceive that the insult offered to bim as a member, was au i.isult to the whole Assembly, and that in preserving, his honor intact, they were preserving their own. Air. CHAPMAN iuforni.'d the House that ho had seen M i\ J. C. Gregson lu the Libraryyigaiu ti suggest to thnt bon. memb...

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THE MERCURY [PUBLISHED DAILY.] MONDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 1 February 1858

THE MERCURY S* [|?UBLIS,IE0 DAILT.] 1 MONDAY, 1E3RUARÏ 1, 1858. I' THE political position of tho PIIESS in England is the result of a compromise . between opposing forces. Centrifugal and ' entripetal influences ave for evsr at ' work. Democracy is aggressive-; con- servatism resists : the Pi ess prevents col liaion and disaster. The one force accepts, the Press as its representative and organ j the other receives it in am- bassadorial character, and acknow- ledges the FOÜJÍTU ESTATE. In this , ", way, of these latter days, ths Press is ' < become of tBsential importance in the *l government of the Empire. It is a part of the State. Years agj Delolme was - astonished at its influence : of later years that influence has become more recognizable, and more authentic. Every 7, year as principles grow stronger, and < their opposition therefore becomes moro keen, the Press more decidedly (to . quote the words of one well comprehen- ding what he said, Bulwer) " inform...

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SUPREME COURT.—THURSDAY. CRIMINAL SITTINGS. (Before Sir Valentine Fleming, K[?]t. Chief Justice.) STEALING IN A DWELLING-HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 1 February 1858

SUPREME COURT.-THURSDAY.   CRIMINAL sITTINGS (Before Sir Valentine Fleming, Knt. Chief Justice.) STEALING IN A DWELLING HOUSE. Joseph Green and Mary Neal were'   charged with stealing a quantity of wear-   ing apparel from the dwelling-house of   Win.Nibley, on the 19th December. In     asecond count the prisoners were     charged with feloniously receiving   The jury found the prisoners guilty   on the second, count, and they were re- manded for sentence.         CUTTING AND WOUNDING         Elizabeth Hallam was charged with     cutting and wounding on 6th Dec. last,   one David Dawes.     The jury were not able to agree in   this case and were detained in custody &nb...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. CITY ARTICLE. Mercury Office, Saturday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 1 February 1858

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. CITY ARTICLE. Mercura Office, Saturday afternoon. TiiRovoiiouT the gre ter portion of the week, cousideralbe briskness was visible ia the grain market, and the advance of wheat was steadily on the increase. Millers hav- ing let their stocks run low came ints the market as considerable buyers, and prices went up immediately. This advance wat uniformly maintained until yesterday, when the upward tendency received a check, which produced a slackness in the market. Wheat at one time was as high as Ss Gd for bett samples, but the closing prices of yesterday and to-day did not go beyond 8s per bushel. The trade are very cautious in their trans actions, and large quantities are still with- held from sale, in hopes of more advanced rates obtaining. Not much is yet doing in colonial oats, for they come in but at intervals, and in smnll qualities ; such at have been sold realized from 5s Gd to C3 Gd according to the sample, i Forrign are not much in demand, and quotal...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF HOBART TOWN. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 2 February 1858

SHIPPING INÍBLLlflEJÍOB POUT OF HOBART TOWJT. iUUIV.US i.January 31-Monmouth, barque, 273 ton*, Onnesby, from the United States, August 28th li57, ia ballast. Agent, the Master. ? . Feb. 1.-liiidv Kalina, bat que, 231 tom, Hausfield, from wluvlitig, with 7i tin ? sperm «IL "Agent, Mrs. Seal. LAUNClSiTON SHIPPING. , ' nr ELECTRIC TELEOBAPH.) . . 1)£1'A11TUUE3. ; . Januiry. 30-Janet Dickson, schooner, for Melbourne. , K«*, X.-Royal Shepherd (s.) for Melbourne

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YESTERDAY'S MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 2 February 1858

YESi'ERDAY'S lUAKKlil'S. . Jßiisingss continues stoadv as i égards the grain market, and no further decline has taken plape in wheat, which still remains at 8s pep bushel, the best sam- ples. Very few colonial oats have yet appeared m the market, but such as have bec» sold have realised from 5s Gd to tis 6d, according to the simple. Foreign pats have not advanced upon previous «notations being süjl quoted at 5s to 5¿ êi, Cape barley has not yet come into ítíe market in any quantity ¡ but the last; sales vygra effected at (is to Os ßd per bushel. Huy still exhibits a. downward tendency, and it is but seldom we hear of a higher figure being given than £7, jfche general prices ranging from £3 10s. Í0 £7 per ton, according to quality. Potatoes aro scarce, und aie still quoted at £7 10s, to £10 por ton, according to the sample. fhe flour market continues stsatly, and the upward tendency has been main- tained, Hour from the best colonial wheat being still quoted at £19 to £21, accor- ding...

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[ADVERTISEMENT.] To the Editor of the Daily Mercury. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 2 February 1858

l_ADV£nT18EMv'>'T.] To the Editor of the Dai'i/ STercury. The apathy of the House ot Assembly in Tasmania upon the Land Dill, while in Com- mittee, vvus dcploiable to witncts. It con sistcd of only seven Members, until the con- sideration of the luth c!ttU3e', when an ndtli. tionil seven M cm hers cnteied upon that important question ; the House being fourteen stio-ig besides one asleep, which made them fifteen. It is well known that a good I/ind Bill would be the foundation of the prosperity of any of the Colonies, but vv c never can expect to get one heie, so long as the House of Assembly' is composed of-the pooicst materials' vi? : Wool, Kings, Squatters, Mer- chant', or rather, agents- The public should do all they can to put «uch obstructives otu of the Assembly whenever opportunity offers. I will show the evils : The Wool-Kings want all the land to feed their sheep, 2nd, they want no small agriculturists near them, ns tln>y fear that their sheep will be stolen, as their ...

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