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MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. FURTHER INTELLIGENCE OF THE MUTINEERS OF THE AMERICAN BARQUE JUNIOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 5 February 1858

iMlSCELLANBOUS SHIPPING. FURTHER INTELLIGENCE OF THE MUriNHEKS OF THE AMERICAN BARQUE JUNIOR. H.M.C.S. Victoria returned to Hobson's P.ay on Tuesday, at io. 30 a.m., hnviug found the >ec'3iul whale boat belonging to the Junior, with, arms, gear, &c. She passed Port Phillip Heads, at 6 a.m. on the 20th just., and the same evening Untied the Assistant Geologist and party near Griffith's Point. On t,'v> 31st she reached Wit- ton'* Promontory, where Captain Pasley, ILE. Mr. Balmain, and Mr. .Charles Ferguson (Chief Harbor Master) lande.1, and inspected the buildings and lighthouse now in course of erection on the promontory. Ac the same time diligent search was made, by armed boat» fron» ihc Victoria, on the bays and cove-, un the east side of the pnimoi.tory for the mutineers. Not receiving any information of them from the set- tlers al Sealcs's Cove, she tlien steered direct fosr Gabo Island, which she reached on the ¡Lind in«!., and where infn*in,iiion was received from...

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Parliament of Tasmania. HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 5 February 1858

^flïliainînt nf itaania. HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY; The lion, the Speaker took the Chair at 4.7 p.m. XOTICES OF 1I0T10X. Mr. MILLEU to ask the Attorney-General to-morrow, whether any other members of the police were present the other evening to ussist in pressrving order besides the Inspector, and also, on Tuesday to move, that the Attorney (Jcneral and the Colonial Treasurer in requit- ing tim police to bo present, bad been guilty of a gross breach of the privileges of i he House. Tho COLONIAL TREASURER to move, to-morrow, the House into u Committee of Sup- ply to consider the voting of £2,013 'la. 3d, as compensation to Mr. E. Abbott. The A'ÍTORNEY.GBNKUAL to move to- morrow, that the House consider the amend- ment of the Legislative Council in the Waste Lands Bill. LEAVE OF ABSESCE. Fourteen days leave of absence were granted to Messrs. Gunn, Field, and liooke. mt TEUSliX. In answer to a question tram Dr, OFFICER, the Speaker said, that he had not received the evidence tiken in...

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GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 5 February 1858

GEXKRAL INTELLlÜSeN'CE. I OaxrTiior.oGic.vL Societv.-The show on Tuesdi/ proved to us, that a good deal remains to be done to render tho Society useful and eluative in its 0n2ratic.11, and we therefore, take tile liberty to oU'or a few suggestions for the con sidu.-.ition of the numbers. In the first plane, we would propose, that only 0110 show should be held in the year, namely-, at the end of June, or the beginning of July, when birds uro in full plumage and feather. Wo happen to know, that several parties declined to semi their lyre}*, to the recant exhibition, in conseiiuiinco of their temporary imperfection, tlu'Qugh molting, and thus the scarcity birds is accounted for. To have quo good show, therefore, is better than to faro.3, as it wore, into uti exhibition only a few birds, und those of not first rate quality. Another suggestion we would thro.v oat, is thai success- ful competitors should bo obliged to sell the prize birds, placing, of course, their u\vi\ nrico upon them. ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 5 February 1858

{ i < I J . I ' , l . - , s Por Geelong Direct, A R E G U'L'A R TR'AD E R. _ ¡ J i »iii. ^'10 'WolMcnoivn fast-sailing brij . 4J^ , * D A ll T' í ¿Seü« IIesrt S-ursoir, Master, ^ ill mi! for the aboie port ¡SittUiday uext thuGtli iuuant l'or freight or passage, apply to the Master on board. Constitution Dock, January 15th, 1S38. : STEM« TO SYDNEY, , V I A TWOFOLD 11 A Y milli' T.S.N. C's STEAMSHIP 1 "TA8MANI A" "Will leave for SYDNEY via TWO- FOLD! BAY, on or about MONDAY, I lie SLh Fobiuaiy, at i.oon. Cir.vni.BS Tobt, Manager, T. S. N. Co. Franklin Wharf, January 25, ¡S3S. STEAM TO MBLBOUEME. " -vi, ' THKT.S.K. Co.'i Steam Ship SWiTtj, "CITY OP HOBART" Sekte?"?, will leave for MEL POURXE on-WEDNESDAY, the 10th Pebj-uan' 1S5S, at 3 o'clock. As two Stetuneis are now running daily from Sawliidge Pier to Geelong, fi eight will bo taken for Geelong by the City of Hobait, as usual, payable at Hobait Town. Cn veles Toby, . Manager, T. S. N. Co. Franklin Wharf, ' Jan. 13, 1858. ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 5 February 1858

w^tjttAra'»T,-y»iri«ii '?' ' » FîmVesseUox Melbourne. THE Clipper Barque DON PEDRO li, Captain Grant, . J Will sail lor the above port in i few days. For freight or passage apply to Mahsu & Chaman. New Wharf, Feb. 4. 6¡tf TO THE RESIDENTS ON THE HUON. MADAME CARANDINI begs to return her most grateful acknowledgments . to the îiiliabitants of this District for the ii kind manner in which they would have I.') supported her, and to assure them that 1 , nothing but severe-indisposition prevented i< her giving the Concert. !. Múdame Carrtiidi.it trusts that at some ii futurepericd she ni'iy have the pleasure of I.' teeing those kind friends, who were unfor | , tuiiately disappointed. Mechanics' Institute for the Huon     AT A PUBLIC MEETlNG, held in the Culloden Steamer Stores, Franklin, on     the 6th January, 1S58, to establish a Me   chanic's Institute in the Huon District, E A.   Walpole,...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 5 February 1858

FRIDAY, 5lh FEBRUARY. At half-past 10 for 11 o'clock, 3 'At the New Mart, Collins-street, BY W. A. GUESDON AND CO. ALl'LUST-RATE HORSE, Draj-, and Harness. THIS DAY, 4th' FEBRUARY, At 2 for half-past 2 o'clock. Primo Fat Cattle and Sheep, ex Mary i , Ann and Sword Fish. (BY W. A. GUESDON and CO. At the Government Slaughterhouse Yards, . '? THIS- DAY', the 4t'i February, FORTY-FIVE HEAD choice fat COU S and HEIFERS Two hundred prime fat sheep fl'.! , ALSO, Three hundred prime fat wotheri, ex t , Sword Fish i Terms as usual. 625 FRIDAY, 12th FEBRUARY. One Case Boys' Coals, Yctts, and Trow- sers, One Case Ladies' Fa-hionable Parasols, Two Cases Fashionable and Rieh Summer Vesting». WITHOUT ANY RESERVE. W. A. GUESDON & CO. i Will Sell by Public/Auction, at their New Mart, Collfns.stroet, at half-past ten foi eleven o'clock, date as above, 41 nndrnWO cases carefully-selected Fa 311 X shionablo Vestings, principally Summer styles, to close accounts 'NO RESERVE. COO-Ore caie boys' ...

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LAUNCESTON SHIPPING. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 6 February 1858

LAUNCESTON SHIPPING. (by eieotmo TiLEonarn.) ?nrPAitTünrs. February 5-Black Swan, (s) for Melbourne.

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THIRTY POUNDS COURT OF REQUESTS.—FRIDAY. (Before Joseph Hone Esq. Commissioner and Juries of Four.) LESS V. BROCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 6 February 1858

THIRTY POUNDS COURT OP RE- QUESTS.-FRIDAY. (Before Joseph Hone Esq. Commissio- ner and Juries of Pour.) T.T3E3 V. EHOCK. In this caso a judgment was given for the plaintiff, subject to u reference to Mr. Adams. lockwood v. nnocic. Mr. Graves for pi ai titi d'. This was an nctiou by plaintiff, a fat 'i mer at Great .Swanport, to recover £13 'i lös rent of ptotnises in Bathurat-street. ? > Verdict for phu'utift". BEST & ANlt V. atUllD. Mr. Brewer for plaintiff. Au action to recover £20 19s on a bill of exchange. Verdict tor plaintiffs-damages £20 ' 19s. , LEWIS V. LUCiaiAN. Mr. Crisp for plaintiff, Mr. Graves for defendant. The action was brought to recover £10 3s 3d being the amount of a bill for shoeing horses. Defendant pleaded 1st not indebted, 2nd that he bad a set off to a greater amount than the sum named by pluiuliff, A collector named Benham proved that defendant had admitted the cor- rectness of plaintiff's claim. Mr. Graves for defendant, said thal plaintiff hud ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF HOBART TOWN. ENTERED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 6 February 1858

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT O.F HOBART TOWN. ENTEnUD our. January 5-Scotia, schooner, 104 tons, Johnson, for Sydnoy.

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GENERAL POST OFFICE. General Post Office, 6th February, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 6 February 1858

.GÉNEàÀL Poa* OFFICE. General Po-.t OñTcC, Gtb February, 1853. SHIP MaÍÍs will bj closed at Hobart To.-d as under . For London, ti i Sue/ and Marseilles, l*r Simla, on or nbit.l tbe 10th Inst. For London, via Húc¿ und Southampton, ditto ditto, ditto. For Mediterranean Port!, via Sue?, ditto, ditto, ditto. Indi i, China, Mauritius, and Cape of Gool Hope, via Point de t.inTe, ditto, ditto, ditto. For S«an ltirci, ua Mclbo-irne, ditto, ditto ditto. Mails for Sydney a'ld Adelaide are made up at tliis otliic, and forwarded wa Mel. bouru!", by every steam vessel departing from Hobart Toivn or Launceston. S. T. liilfMS-OE, l'oètiilaster. i Importait Nonce-The French transit , rat« on letters for Kurland, forwarded via Mar- seilles, ruuit be prepaid in cash at tho window of the Post Ollie . at which they miy be ported, as also the EnglMi nojtago ou letters and news- paper* for Foreign parts, and for British Colo- nies when forwurdel throu<'!i KiuUud.

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SUMMARY FOR ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 6 February 1858

SUMMARY FOR ENGLAND. TIIE public are informed tlu.l the MER- CURY Monthly Summary, coinp'led eJeprenly for transmission lo England, per Hindi, will be published on Wednesday nerl, the 10th hu tant, at 0 o'clock a. ra. Orders for extra copies had better be forwarded lo ibis office hy the dill.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 6 February 1858

DIED. On Monday, the 1st inst., Charles Hopkins,   the infant son of John G. Bowden, of Barrack   street, Hobart Town, aged five months   and two days.

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MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 6 February 1858

MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. The following is a list of the cabin passen- gers by the Derwentwater for London. Captain Langdom R. N., Mrs Langdon, 5 children & 2 servants, Rev. Dr. Fry, Mrs Fry, 3 children & servant, Captain & Mrs Cottrell, Mr Davis, Mr Adey, Mr Brown, Misses Murdoch, (2) Misses   Smith, (2) Mrs Lloyd, Miss Harris, Masters Nixon, (2) Master Peters and servant. The Dunbau.-Over the remains of the un foitunate sufferers by the wreck of this vessel it is intended to erect a tomb. The Colunial Aichitcct, receiving his instructions from the honorable the Colonial Seeietary, lins completed tlie structure. The design is creditable (ollie colony. It will be erected in the Newti.wn Ce- metery in a few days.-Sydney Herald.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 6 February 1858

PROFESSIONAL. The UNDERSIGNED will visit:       Oatlands-Monday, 8th February.     Campbell Town-Tuesday, 9th February. Macquarie River-Thursday, 11th February.   Rou-Saturday, 13th February. Returning again to Oatlands about the 16th   instant, and HobartTown on 20th. All orders for the undersigned are to be addressed to the various Post Offices. MR. LOVEDAY, Professbnal Tuner. J. WALCH & SON. 638 f 12 Hobart Town. "j\TR. N. GERlt\ND" hpg» to ¡nt'mite iVJ. '''at the Business of Smock Frock House, Outfitting Establishment, will in future be conducted by \lr J. MARTIN. He would solicit on behalf of his tuccessor a continuance of thoso favours he so JihernlL received from the ¡nbi.bit.jnls of the City and the Country District;. J. MARTIN having taken the Business kuoirn us SMOCK FROCK HOUSE, Liverpoul-itrcet, Call' the ntuntion of hi« Friends and the Public to the Stock, which comprise» ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 6 February 1858

A , Wanted. MAN as Plan COOK and Geneial House Scivunt. Apply ut this Office. Wanted, RESPECTABLE YOUNG MAN as _ Butler. Ile must have nrr ved free m ¡lie colony, and thoioughly undeistand lim business. For further particulars apply at the ellice of the Mci airy, GS4 THEATRE ROYAL. MONS. PHILLIPPE DE BARR, TAB GREAT WIZARD WILT, Oi. 13 X MORNING PERFORMANCE TO-DAY, AT 3 O'CLOCK. i GEORGE WIGAN, Agent. Sáltate ffttctiatt In consequence of the uniavourable state of the weather on Friday, the sale a'ongside the Eucalyptus of Sugar, Cora Sacks, ¿4c, was post- poned till MONDAY, when it will taks place at the Mart, at 11 o'clock BREàT & WESTBROOK, 685 Auctioneers Bridgewater Stock Sale, IN CONSEQUENCE of a Sloe* Sale talingplace at the Cross Marsh on the same day as the one held hy the under sig ted at Bridgewater, an alteration in the day has leen suggested. The Sales therefore in future will le held every alternate THURSDAY. WOBLEY& FRODSBAM. Auctioneers. Eolarton. MOND...

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THE MERCURY [PUBLISHED DAILY.] SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 6 February 1858

1 THE MERCURY ¡evDhwur.n juiivr.T. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY G, 185S. Ol' I' >,<!> Henut Lord Brougham is'perhaps one of the most trustworthy authorities upon questions of constitutional law, ',,",,, and upon politics generally, "that we i-'l could liave. Not only based iu learning 1 of the highest character, his remarkably activo forensic, judicial, and political life lends the htrengtli of expeiience to ,|', every utterance of his views. Ilis'opin ions aro not only theoretical,1 but founded also' upon practice. Ile has himself lived in all the positions a poli noi.'tical writer is called upon to discuss, be knows tho weaknesses of slutesmen 'and their strength, tha embittering quality of party warfare, tho mischiefs j of faction, aud the value of judicial inde- pendence. His remarks upon the po- litical independonco of the Judges in England aro extremely raluable. We quote them below, from the 3rd vol. Political Philosophy, 2nd EJition. Bolín, 1849, p.p. 311,312,313. . ,...

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GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 6 February 1858

GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. Accident to the New Noiu-omc Coach. Yesterday morning as tim Now Norfolk Coach was going down the hill between tho Toll bar and the May Pole Inn, the polo broke, and the vehicle wa» eap-vzert. Fortunately, the passen- gers being few in number, no injury was sustain o I by thom, but one of titi horses was slightly injured. As soon as the accident was made known to Mr. Conlev, bo immediately guvo the use i-f his dog-c.rt to convey the mail to Now Norfolk. Ascn.vT to Mount Wellinotov. The danger incurred by stvangeis in the ascent to! the summit of Mount Wellington, our "Mon- arch of Mountains"-and the varions fatal acci- dents which have occurred in the attempt, have 1 painfully excited public altention, in consequence of the deplorahle death of Dr. Smith, the Sur- ' geon of the Derwentwater, «ho was cut off in the prime of life, under circumstances of the most melancholy inlcrest. Time arc several moJes, which might baadopt'ri, to aveit such a calamity in future...

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Parliament of Tasmania. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 6 February 1858

.pnrliírat nf uamúü. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. T H U R S D A Y. Tho President took his seat at 5 minutes jyisl 4 o'clock. ' H01ÍCH3. Mr. WEDGE, to ask tile Colonial Secretary, j to-morrow, what amount of debentures issued in | 1U57 have fidlen due, when they were payable, I anil from »hut source they were pud ? Capt. LAXO DON, to ask the Colonial Sec- retary, to-morrow, whether the government bad adopted any measures for the classifications for the police clerks ? «jAtrXCESTOX.ltABWB BOABD. Mr.' BUTTON laid on tho table the standing orders of the Launceston Marine Board. COtJKT'Ol? SHALL '0t.\niS MU. The COLONIAL SECRETARY, punuatit to notiee, moved that the report'.from tho] Com- mittee of the u'iiolo Council of the Court ol' Small Claims Dill (No. G) betaken into consider- ation. > ' Motion put and passed, mid the third reading of the bill was made an order of the day for to-iaoriow. caowK numtiiss hill. The COLONIAL SUCREl'AUY, pursuant to notice, moved that the me.ssu.rp fiom tho ...

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CRIES FOR VENGEANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 6 February 1858

CRIES FOR VENGEANCE. " Reyeqge ! Revenge !'> is the popular cry of the day. To blay, burn, and des- troy comprehends, it would seem, just now, " the wh,olo íjuty 0f mnri.'' TI]o Time$ pi'caoheq jt in, w.orils, of fjee, Bnnafi sets it, forth in song, and presents it' to the eye in pictures. Martin Tupper advocates it in eentontious phrases. Go where you will in society, you hear men " breathing out threatening« and slaugh- ter," Pity has become (ill at rmçe a tainted wençh, tq bo turned out pf dqors forthwith by all who have the smallest regard to their reputation. Pew daie own to having in their nature a 'single uncurdled drop of the milk of human kindness, Rustico even is lookquj upon askance a3 an unsuitable, if not a -sus pected, agent, for the occasion. Our pulse beats madly for' vengeance/ Our eyes "re bloodshot. Our voice is husky.' Our brain reels. We must, have blood for blood, We mus.t p'ut'do^n t!|(j de- vil hy a, stronger dqyi|. ' And we ask, in the vefy whirlwind of o...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 6 February 1858

MISCELLANEOUS. Tin« Bast; P-Vxio at Gi,ahqo\y;.-, Ojiie g.eni lernen dinting the heat of the cxoito'ment, went into the Union B ink and'presented aclicq'uo Ibr'dSöOOV The tel'er asked bim i| ho wished gold. "Gold !" replied he, "nb; cive me notes, and 1 t the Iqqli, wl\o aye fi'i^h/.oiU'd, gut the gold," Another gentleman rushed into the same bank, in a great; state of excitement, with_a cheque for £1400. On being asked if he wishid gold, ho ivplie.1, " Yes." " Well," said the teller, "there is d|lQ0Q in tlpit b,ag, nqd .B'lOl) in this oqe." Td^e goqtiainaii was so flurried by the readiness with which his demand iviia granted that he lifted up the bag with the £100 only and walked off, leaving the £1000 on the counter, The teller, on discovering tim bag, Jtikl, it naide fqr tim tuna, tyieri in the day, the gentlamun returned to, tjlie ba.uk, m great distress, stating Ile had list the bag with the £1000, and could not tell whether he had dropped ii in the crowd or left it behind bim ...

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