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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 3 February 1858

! COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. The sale of Houses in Town yester- day, on the premises, by Messsrs. Wor ley and Frodsli.im, realis 'd the follow- ing prices:- Weatherboarded cotttge and garden, in Murray-street near Patrick-street, subject to a ten years' lease at £20 per annum, sold to Mr. .Roberts for £350. Weatherboard cottage and yard in Patrick-street, near   Murray street, sold to Mr. John Pond, for £228.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 3 February 1858

;;. «. . Oíía'EiíAL I'OSi' OFFICE \ . ?' ,; # General ?o»*. Ofle ,,,j, r ' 3rd Februar», ¡8ó3 Ï , í S«rr Mails will ba clowJ at Hobart To»vu a. under: JFor Adelaide anl Syd..ey, t'-a MelbaOrne, Ärst vctiel, tbis d-iy at 6 p m. For Melbi.irn-, »ia Ijiuajaston, per Back Ewan, ditto, at 6 30 p.m. P.S.-Mails for S)dn-y and A Mai le »re ?nada up at tin» oSce, »ni f >r*ariel vii Mel Vourn», by every «teim »c>-cl d.'i artiiig fron vi,ri ...Hobart 'Town or Lauuoaiou. ?" , 7 b. f- Hahdixqe, I'üktiñaster.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 3 February 1858

"DAY or bALE, 3no FEBRUARY, WEDNESDAl Valuable Allotment, on the Township of New Norfolk, nt the angle of High and Charles-street W A GUESDON A CO Are instructed to sell by public auction, on 1 the property, nt New Norfolk, doy as abo»e, time, 12 o clock THAT CI*\ I It AL srCTION of LAND the best commercial situation on the Township, having a frontage of «bout 100 feet on High street, by about 180 feet on Charles-street, vmh the tenement of 7 rooms thereon erected, oil it present m the occupa tion of the proprietor, Mr Griffith« Title, . new grant from the crown s Terms--One third cash the balance st ¿ ?* and 6 months bearing interest, or all cash, ut.the option of the purchaser JBS DAY OF SALE, THURSDAY 4tii J-EBRUAOY. Substantial well furnished Stonc-bu It Re»i ' dence, Macquune-strcel, light fashionable four wheel Carriage, Cottage Pianoforte, and Household rurtiiture, &U , effects of -the late J L Burnett, Tsq W A GUESDON &- CO Are favoured with instruction» to «...

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HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. YESTERDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 3 February 1858

HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. YESTERDAY. The hon. the SPEAKER took the chair at 4.7 p.m. NOT!' ES OP MOTION. The ATTORNEY-CK.YKRAL to move to- morrow far leave to bring in two bills. THE SUBMARINE CABLE. Mr. GIBSON asked the Colonial Treasurer whether any communication h id been received from the Victorian Government as to the survey for laying down the submarine electric cable.. Tile COLONIAL TREASURER uid such a communication had boen received, und he should I e huppy to lay it on the table to-morrow; it was h most interesting document. Mr. MILLER to move that 20 and 29 of the »tnnding orders be repealed, and the gallery be only cleared in a c3 -dance with the resolution of the House which in ly he moved without notice. r. MATTHEWS THE HO.V. MEMBER FOR LAUNCESTON Mr. MATTHE V.S rose and stated that lie wishsd the Attorn ty-Gcneral would give his no- tices of motion in a louder voice, for be could not hear. The SPEAKER said that the bon. Member »aid see the motion at the clerk's table. Mr. MA...

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GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 3 February 1858

GENERAL INTELLltfENUiS, . The Magistracy.-We have been given to m-lerttantl that the miine of Mr. J.W. Kirwan, u ill shortly be struck out fr im the Commission if the Peuec, In our o >inio*i for the honor oi the country the sooner this is done the better. 1nsoi.Vh.nt Coovi.-Hie following ¿mes are on the p iper I'.ir this d ty :-Ed vard Brown, ad- journed liiat meeting ; Saul solomon, adjourned lil'.t general meeting, and for discharge ; Charles Fenton, adjourned fir-t meeting ; John Hieskew, adjonrneil liist meeting, nud tor discharge; Phillip Hart, fir-t general meeting, and for dis- charge; Edward Chandler, first meeting Adolphus Ziogler, fir.t general meeting und for discharge ; James Youu¿, Ur»t meeting ; George A bolt, the same ; John Thomas, the same. Tue Govt Nuisance.-The predatory depre- dations of Go its especially in tho outskirts of the city have become a most abominable nuisance, and most injurious to tlie gardens into which they gain acee*s. It is true that at this ...

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GOLD AND ITS WORSHIPERS. (From the No[?] News.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 3 February 1858

GOLD AND ^ITS* WÔB3HIPEBS. {From the Not/olL Newt ) It is hardly credible, but a veritable fact nevertheless, tint all the gold in fie world could be contained in a good «ized cellar. A roo-» 24 feet square and IG feet high, would hold it nil. At least, so fays Mr. Timbs, the autli ir of a notable little book, entitled " Things Not Generally known.''* Tin's mir velious co nmoility is like the heavily weighted boc roileJ about ours'eamers to keep them " trimmed." Ju lieiously placed, it balances the vessel: used »vitliout judgment, it might capsize it. Nati ns are "trimmed" by gold. Dis- turb the equilibriu-n by» plethora here and a deficiency there, au I im tiediateiy circu'ation is checke 1, au I unte-n relief is apte lily obtained, co ntnercinl apo- plexy ensues, in the form of ii sudden paute, followed by binkruptcy. We r'pe.t, it ¡3 har Hy credible that nu article c unpressijle into stub uirrov limits can nlfect so serin nly the pro«-' peri ty, and we might almost say the existe...

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 3 February 1858

WESTERN AUSTRALIA. We hav received files of the Perth Gazette to October 30fch, from which we extract the anuexed paragraphs : IÍOI13K3 for Lydia.-As it appears the Indian Government seems to li ive entirely overlooked this colony, in the g arch lor cavalry horses, it has b.-en considered proper to gather information as to what the col ny can supply, and to forward it to them. For tins purpose Captain SI'Quecn and Air. R 'tinie have been directed to pioceed to the eastern districts for the purpose of ascertaining what suitab'e horse-tost can b3 ob- tained it required. J t has been reported that his Evcelbncy has received a dis patch from the SeiraDiry of State, di- recting the pure'iase a id snip nent of horses to India, hut ive can assure out readeis there is not the slightest foui dation for the rumour. Tue Crops.-Erjin the Ent-rn .dis- tricts we h¿ar very safctsf'actoiy a counts of the cups which daring the las month, and the genial sh 'ivers we h ive hal, hive piogresstfd astoni...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 3 February 1858

MISCELLANEOUS. Nearly Starved to Death.-The- men in charge of a Hat-bottomed boat, in which a quantity of timber had been piled in one uf the docks at Marseilles, were grea'lf surprised to bear on Wed- nesday morning; ivj^it appeared to be n hum m volo-in, tbe bottom of the hold. Th1-' crie> were, repea'ed again and again, und at length the m 'ii proceeded to re movu the timber; they then (Uncovered to their a*tonishment a man in the hold, who app'-ur d in the last stage of starva- tion. He b gged of them tu give him a> ^lass of rum, and when they bud done so, ho relut.d that three days before ha had gilt drunk by drinking wuie from tl\t» o¡\sks tvbie-h had been piled up on the quay, that he had then staggered to the hold ol'tlie vogel to sleep himself sober, and that while he was there the timber lind, unperceived by bim, been piled nhttve bim. He rays that ho sl^.pt , fin several ' hours, and that on Waitui.,' he w s horror strack at finding himself imp isoued in a hole with...

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EXAMINATIONS FOR THE MERCHAN[?] SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 3 February 1858

EXAMINATIONS FOR THE   MERCHANT SERVICE .         The Maritime Re iter of the 7th November gives a brief account of a     meting at the Maratime Marine As-             ssociation, heldd at the Sirg r's Home       West Indian Dock road. With the objects of the association   our readers are so familiar that it is   needless to recapitulate them. There     was, however, one point referred to by     the chairman, and which has been fre-     quently adverted to in meetings of the   Association, on which there appears to     be some misapprehension. This we are desirous to remove. We refer to the question of certificatas of compitency, and regu...

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Parliament of [?]. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, 2ND F[?], 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 3 February 1858

^arliîiiiDJt nf (Dis«min. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TfJESDAT, 2.VD FßllBÜAnV, 1853. The President took tie ihiir at ten minutes patt i o'c ock. N3TICE. Mr. BUTTOX to move, tomorrow (this day) for a return ol' the various sa.u« of money ex- pend ti for school luim«. ADJOlTR.\T.IE.\T OP THE HOUSE. TheCOLOXlVL SKjltBTAltV: moved the suspension of the »taudma' or len, in order tba. t lu bous.: adjourn ut G o'cL ek, fir the piirpine ol u ordm¿ tun. me nbsr» uu opportunité ot hearing the iiiunc'ul statement of the Colonial lYeasurerin tlw other hou>e, and to meet »¿am at, ti.il o'clock. A djseussion enBued, ia which soreral hon. ineiub.'rs took a part. ÏD« PRESIDENT said that the simple question h)t'o e the hum i was » hellier the st tad nig or iti'i »luuUl or should not be siupeuded. Air. WKDùE objected to the suspea<ion ot the orders a ha cuiuidei'cd the motion quite I unnec.'osary. The COLONIAL SEJBETARÏ explain« 1 the reas» s lor hi« m itiun, and observed that he ba 1 been to...

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THE MERCURY [PUBLISHED DAILY.] WEDNESDAY, FEBRUAUY 3, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 3 February 1858

lïïïE MERCURY [PünMSllFD daily] WEDNESDAY, FEBRUAUY 3,1838. The mag itude and im¡ ortance of the j'*'* subject ; tile» comparatively Lite hour at x i ¿which' the ITouie ol Assembly rose laut night ; and the \ariety of n a ters con- nected with, and arising out of, the pro- ceedings, make it absolutely ímjracti cable for us in this issue to give that :t ' ' kind of report of Mr IsKEs' speech, t which would be creditable to om selves, " "'* or satisfactory to our readers. We prefei , i to, keep it, aud the debate which eusued upon it, over until to-morrow, when it ?hall have its utmost need. As a speech, it was certainly one of the most clear T I and statesmanlike ever delivered in our Parlament. It has another merit too -anJ this more than all el-e perhaps decides us to suspend our report-that, repleto with statistics and comparisoi s, '' ' it must be carefully studio J by evi ry one desirous of coming to correct conclusions on the nature and complexity of the financial position of t...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 3 February 1858

îo- ni;m^otiL_i:->. ¿Min- >* ¿¿liai'' r¡iT '. xrf i!nrw:,3wif tfaetang Direct, :-\ Jii.T»,í vrrn'w.;:^ . t.V "J V-,; = .'' ,si<¡*.i.- I»;É!0;''ü- I.;Á' R T R A O B'RJ fil't ¡;'-.i; ' -j ,':.'-,?>:?-?.?.-> -i :-::. " , ' , "The éelUkrio*n futtaitinr feig. ??'- ; DA it T, .'???' , __,, . _ ; HisrÜt Sisaóir,'Waiter, :. . * Wai m|1 for tíie abwré 'port ' Sat m day next '"'''?' CoiHtimtîon Dock, ;i January 1Mb, 1858. - tS9 eiil'ntiM-o : iii ;--.;¡¡n ?.....> ' ? , 1;t?4¡A:..-.iiínT.íWtO¡-P"P'l».;P . iB'.Á V. ¿íift¡íl"_l.',"TI v" ' j'? toe;; "^8>íT: )Cp> ; STEAMSHIP 7)F0LD BAY, on>about JÍONDAX, i;?,tho ,8th February, at noon.- , ! I,f',r-';; ' -; Chaixí» Ta»T, ^Franklin Wharf. . ''.'.''"?'. I V, .¡January ¿fi,,$58. .i..--i_~ (H-fc 8TEAM TO MELBOUBNE. «CÍTY OF HOBAET' ^T will leave for' MEL- BOURNE on WEDNESDAY, the 10th ".February 1658, at 3 o'clock. '," As two Steamers are now running "daily (rum Sandridge Pier to Geelong, .freight will be taken for Gee...

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THE CHAMPION SCULLING MATCH.—SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 3 February 1858

THE CHAMPION SCULLING MATCH.-SYDNEY. The Grand Sculling Match which h as been for some weeks past a topic of such absorbing- interest ; which was     to decide whether the laurels that have   so long graced the brows of the cham pion were to be wrested from him by a     stranger, or to remain in the guardian   ship of a native of New South Wales, came off on Tuesday last, in the presence   of a large crowd of spectators. The   evening before there had been a meeting   at Mr. Damson's, the Birleymiw Inn, Castlereagh Street, where the final depo- sit was made, and a good deal of business was done on the event, the betting ter- minating at even«, though throughout   the evening Green had decidedly the call; 53 to 50, however, were the   greatest odds offered, so equally balan- ced were the merits of hie competitors, Candlish bringing with him th...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 3 February 1858

TO LET, With Possession on 3rd May Next. á GENTLEMAN'S RESIDENCE,, con- taining eight Apartments Store roomp, ?ched Kitchen, Outbuilding, mid a Gar- den well stocked with fruit trees. Water < laid on. . This property is pleasantly situated, and commands a beautiful view ot the Town and Harbour. Apply »t No. 285 Liverpool-street. Februmy 2nd, 18Í8.' 62"6 ' TASMANIAN TEMPERANCE ALLIANCE THE Fortnightly PUBf.IC MEETING of this Society will be held in the Tem- perance Alliance Assembly Rooms Mac quarie-street, i on TiIURSDAY, the 4th -inst, the Chair to be taken by Alderm in Barrett, at half-past 7 o'clock, when the Rev. J. Beckford, of Rall 'ant, and other Clergym»n nttend'ng the Confeicnce are .«?peeled to Addie?» the Meeting. A Lady lins consented to preside nt the Grand Pianoforte, in addition to whi-h there wdl be Vocal Music and Air* played by the United Victoria and Hope of Rechab Brnts Brand, I.O.R. A collection will he made at the close of the Meeting in Aid of »he M...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF HOBART TOWN. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 4 February 1858

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. POUT OF IIOBVR.T TOWN. AltlîIVlD. February 2-Barque Eucalyptus, ' 19ß tons/ Thomson,, from Melbourne : cargo sundries. Cabin passengers-Mr Richardson'mid Mr Shil ton, and 3 in the steerage. Agent, C M Max- well. . ' . Fob. 2-Brig Cosmopolite,' l-l S tons, Lewis from Melbourne in ballast,. Agents, Boys nnd Hall. ' ' ' Feb. 3-Schooner- Sword Fish, 107 tons, Roberts, from Melbourne, cargo 300 sheep and sundries. Agents, T D Chapman & Co. ' . < 1 ' . ntTohi's. . ' Per Sword l'lsh from Melbourne-Fivo casca stationery, 1 bnlo, 10 boxes, 4 casks shoes, Mc Pherson and Francis ; 2 cases slops, 1 do, G do, 1 do, 2 enscs thread, Gilles Bros. l'cr Eucalyptus from Melbounio-10 cases ware, 2 do lin ware, Order ; C9 bales slops, 1 do corn sacks, 2 do slops, 7 casks vinegar, 80 cíisIm soda, Horwitz and Marks; G3 bags sugar, Tondeur, Lcraprioro & Co ; 793 bags sugar, 49 case3 English sugar, 47 do, Horwitz & Marks; 475 bags sugar, lui) do rice...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Tuesday, 2ND FEBRUARY, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 4 February 1858

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Tuesday, 2ctI'äbbuvbt, 18'8. The President took tho chair- at len miauten past <1 o'c'ook. ELCC-roltAI. BII.J.. The House went again into comm'tfee on this Bill, the remaining clause, l-l1, was " adopted, as were also the schedules, with the exception of that which was ord,'red to stand ' over,* having reference to the description of .cart iii) townships. Several clauses which were deferred, were now reconsidered and amended. The Chairman now reported progtess, mid obtn'ned leave to sit again iminetliutely, lor ' the purpose of rccons'tdci ing certain cluuses. The alterations wnich were adopted, had refermice chiefly to a change in dates. The Chairman repnrted.piogress, mid oh» in'med leave to vit again. . POUCE KEOUIMTIONS, ,( £1» COLONIAL SECRETARY luid on Ills Idhi»""» espy of tîia ttel.anndll3g«la« tiona, framed by tie Inspector of Police, in accordance with the Municipal Police Act. IlETUUM. The Clerk of,the. Council produeed a return of the rcci...

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HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY, YESTERDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 4 February 1858

HOUSE OP ASSE LI BL Y, I YESTERDAY. The lion, tho SPEAKER took tho chair at a quarter past 1. WAY3 AND MEANS. The COL. TREASURER gave notice that to monow, he would move thal the House form itself into u Committee ui W'uys and Means. ' RAILWAYS. Mr. GIBSON gave notice that he would move for ii joint Commiltco of lioth Houses foi- the purpo.u of enquiring into the prueti- I cabiltly of cousti neilin* i.ulwa;suud tiaiu ways thriughottt the cul my. ' DOUGLAS IllTEll COAL COMl' YNY. The COL. TREASURER (for Mr. Nutt) gave notice that he- would move, to-mormv, that a request ho conveyed tu the Legisla tivc Council to send back to this House all papers tititismittcd to them on the lGch Dec. last, on the n atteta rctcrring to, this I Company. 'Tho COL. TREASURER gave notice thin he would, to-morrow, move for the j printing of the Census and School Returns. TIIU JUMBUK roll CLARENCE. The adjourned debato upon the conduct of the Member for Clarence " That the lion, member for Chu enco is guil...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 4 February 1858

MISCELLANEOUS. A Voice thomxs AusTitrp Pjiisox. -The following narrativo has brou writ ton by Captain S/arninry, one of tho three ptr.-ons who escaped from the Austrian prison of Jo=ephstadt, in Boho mia :-" I w;s thrown into prison chiefly on account of some inoonsiilííiMtc speeches, with reference to politic-, which I had uttered against my denouncers-I may say, against my calumniators-both of whom, although by their speeches in reply to niethey bad compromised them- selves in that matter morp tjian I had done, havo nevertheless remained seouie and at liberty ; and, after having under gone a confinement of 14 months, whilst a»*.iiting the result ofthe examination, I was) «mtenced to 20 years' further | imprisonment in ¡ron", which was im- posed upon mo notwithstanding the fact, well 'it10v.11 to those who passed the | sontence, of my sufi'enng from gout. lu spito ol' the general amnesty which was proclaimed, f vemai'ned, with four çther | prisoner".«. îu -the dungeon j and since i...

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INSOLVENT COURT—YESTERDAY. (Before Mr. Commissioner Browne.) IN RE EDWARD BROWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 4 February 1858

INSOLVENT COURT-Yesterday. ' (Before ÜYIr. Commissioner Browne.) IN UE EDWAItD UROWN. Adjourned first meeting. Mr. Crisp observed, that the Assignee had no objection to the discharge of the Insolvent conditionally. The discharge was accordingly grant- ed, but tho condition did not transpire. ne he saul soloitox. Adjourned fit st meeting, and lor dis- charge. ' Mr. Lots referred to a claim for £50 by Mr. "Wralhall, which stood over from the last meeting. Mr. Crisp, who supported the Insol- vent, observed, lime this was a quel ion for a jury ; it was, ¡u fttcf, a partner- ship concern, iclativo to a booth at the taces. After a short discussion, it was deci- ded to íofer Ihe claim to Mr. Garrett. Mr. Cusp now applied for tim dis- charge of the Insolvent. Mr Brewer' opposed the discharge, and would rest his opposition cluoliy on the debt of Messrs Watchorn and Per- kins. It could be seen by the insolvent's own evidence, that this debt was con rraoied by the pinchase of two velvet mantle...

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THE MERCURY [PUBLISHED DAILY.] THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 4 February 1858

THE MERCURY fPeTBUSIIEn DAÍT/r.] THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4,1833. In another column will be found a com ! . pleto and correct report of Mr. Ivxes's '"' address to the House on Tuesday night. We again commend it to our readers' careful consideration. Tho Finance policy of the Ministry may bo said to hinge upon tlu Bill for ii i nlovying a Police Rite in country dis* :','<" tricts. The object of this Bill is to li t r j i * -i L enable the Governor in Council annually ' '.' to make and levy a rate in aid of th e Polten expenditure, not exceeding six- pence in the pound upon the annual value of property, as shewn by the valua - -<-|tion rolls in course of prepirition. It is a tas on property, payable by the landlord and tenant in equal shares, to provide for the police expenditure. The town* of Hobart and Launceston are ii expressly exempted from tho oper ilion '' of this Bill. Of lato yeats thero has .iii. . J boen much outcry throughout the colony with respect to the ...

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