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THE UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 11 February 1858

Til 15 UN IT 15 D STATUS. We have received papers from Stii Francisco to the 25th November. We have also a enpyof th» San Dieqo Her- ald, from Southern California, of the ?th November. The latter is entirely oc cupiid with intelligence from the Atlan- tic States-of course containin? nolhin? new lo us. We have also to nckiio v ledg-î Boston papers to November Oth,' but I hey contain nothing of much inter- est boyoud the report of a slave eise, whichhad caused considerable excite ment among the colored population. A female slave having accompanied her master and his family, from Teuesseo into the State of Massachusetts, proceed- ings were tukei by the Auti-Slavi-ry party to get her liberated by the Couits. She. refused, however, to nci:o,>t her freedom, and determined to return «iib her master to Nashville. The San Francisco Herald contains the following important intelligence from rho Mormon Stat'1, extracted from the Marysville Herald : - " Weare enabled to lay before our readers...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Daily Mercury, The
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GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 11 February 1858

GENERAL INTELLIGENCE.     Horses for India - Colonel Robbins who has arrived in the Colony for the purpose of   purchasing Artillery and Cavalry horses tor the use of the army In India, has succeeded in pro-   curing about a hundred, of which he highly   approves, as admirably adapted for the purpo-   ses for which they are required. Colonel Robbins expects to obtain the full complement   from this colony, and, it is anticipated that he   will charter the "Trade Wind," near overdue,to convey the horses direct from this port to their destination.     ilajimuKuroN- oyTxvAMDs.-On ïuesilay.bov tweeii 2 and 0\ o'clock, the invalids of tho *12tU lto/im 'lit e'.nbnilce'd on bum! tim Denientwatet i oft thoir voyiiprc to England. Tiley were mure-heiL down to the wharf from tho barracks, tho bundi ¡playing chcerlula'rd, atula largo coucoorao of ' ipect itoiw being ...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Daily Mercury, The
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HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 11 February 1858

HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY. 'Hie bon. tho SPEAKER took the Chair at 1.15 p.m. NOTICE OP MOTION. Mr. NICHOLAS on Friday to move, that all the Acts prohibiting distillation bo repealed. The Clerk luid upon the table returns ol' the receipt and expenditure of the Urcadalbaue Road District. EXPIRING CROWN LEASES. The ATTORNEY-GENERAL, in answer to a question from Mr. Allison, siid tint subject to the right of resuniiiig^lie land when required for sale, the Government will' renew expiring Grazing Licenses for one year on the snuo terms as at present ; and it is tho intention of the Government to renew such licenses annually, during a period not exceeding ten years, unless the lands are required for sale. Upon linds being required for sale, 0 months' uotiic »'11 be I given to the Licentecr. ( , CLASSIFICATION OF PRISONERS. On the motion of the ATTORNEY-GKNE HAL, a Kill to continue the Prisoners' Classifi- cation Act was raid a second time, considered ia Committee, and read a third timo an...

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HOBART TOWN GAS COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 11 February 1858

HOBART TOWN GAS COMPANY. Tue Half-yearly General Meeting of tin 1 Shareholders ol the Uobuit Town Ga? Cjmpany took place on Tuesday, at 3 p.Ti.,at the Company's offices, Liveipool st.'eut. v U-nry Butkr, Es'[, M.U.A., occupied . he chair. , T.iu Chairman, after briefly stating the objects of the meeting, called upon ti e Managing Director to lead the ite p ri. Mr. Whiteatnh, the Mamging Di- rector, then road tl-e following REPORT. The Directors have tbo pleasure to announce the following detail of the Company's operations lor the si* months ending oil Uni 3Ls& of Do ccinber lust : On the 3()th of .lune, IS37, the date to which their lost Repoit i» ca"nud, the number of places c msiimitig gas wera 233, in addition to ISO street lights ; and on tim 3]st of December, they hn liner, ased to 519, namely, 270 shop«, 120 public houses, Od pi irate dwellings, 9 places of » orship, 5 banks, 9 public ollices and build ing>, I prison, 1 theatre, 1 hospital, á ware .ioii-os 4 newspap...

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SIR ROBERT PEEL ON INDIA, PUBLIC MEN AND THINGS IN GENERAL. (From the Manchester Guardian.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 11 February 1858

SIR KO BEUT PJiEL. ON IiVDlA, PUBLIC MKIf AND THINGS IX GENERAL. (From the Manchester Gmr.li in ) On Tuesday evening 17th November, a dinner was given at the Town Hall, Tamworth, to tlie ex-mayor, which was attended by Sir .Robert Peel mid Lord Raynham,tlie members for the borough. In the course of tbo evening, tho health of the representatives was given, and the former responded in a characteristic speech. Sir Kobert Peel, after expressing his acknowledgments, and making a few local references, said a3 to the Indian mutiny, that, as a member of Parliament, he had followed from the beginning this most serious and discroJitable cou test-discreditable, not in tho way in which England had resisted her enemies, but in the way iu which that contest had been brought about bv those who had the Government of India in this country. (Hear, hear.) They were aware that on the loth of May I ist Delhi was first seized by the mutin- ous Sepoys, nn'l that on the lOtll of Juno our" troops advanced t...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 11 February 1858

T'CoÍQBisEOiiat, Hobart Tojra.\ lOth Febtuary, 1S5S, COKTETAXCEEY COACH A3Ü) feTEAZlBOAT. \ Tenders, in duplicate, will be received at this office until 12 o'clork on WEDNES- DAY the] 7th instant, for Conveyance by Coach, of Ofiicers, Persons nnd Invalida, from 1st April, 1&58 to 31st March, 185Ü, from , Hobart Town to Launceston *^ -Perth - ' Campbell Town Ross 1 " . Oatlands Launceston to Perth ym vice " ,,!. ; - Cnmpbill Town versa. .f ;. . - . i'0H . ,' ' ' Oatlands Hobart Town to New Norfolk i''iDh(o Richmond - j - Tenders must sperify the Rate of F..re Inside und Outside io the several Stations. Also, for tlie Conveyance by Steamboat of First'Class nnd Steerage Passeugeis between Ilobait Town and Melbourne nnd Hobart Town end Sydney, specifying the rale fir each class of passengers, nnd for ehildrcn, the quantity of baggage which v.ill be .con- veyed free of extra charge, and the rate of freight for extra baggage, and for goods. , It is to bo . distinctly understood th...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 11 February 1858

S Leam Pleasure ¡Trip- to New Korfiflfc , j II .. ?'; ' -"piIE fnvourit-- stcanw "MONARCH" will, (wmilier permiltinj) mike n PLEASURE EXCURSION to NEW NOR FOLK, on MONDAY 15th instant, le .vin*: the Old Wharf at half-past ten, a. in , anil New Norfolk at .! p. ni., I Hiding pwo ger- und lrmaimng at U.idc'cn.iter half nn«houi ; returning to town about ( half-past seien o'clock. . A Quadr Ile Hand in attendance. Tickets far the day-5s. Children-2s. Gd Luttrell & Wisr, Old Wharf, 13th l'ebraniy, 1857, P. S.-The Monarch will leave Ni?w Nor- folk on Aloud.y the llth instant at 5 a. in., mil will not lusume her régulai t.ips until Tuesday alternumi, leaving tlobait To vu at the usual hour of li ill' past thiee p in. 73-1 f 15 Barqae Wellington foi* London «^ THIS Ship having neaily co npletej > $".%>. '10r loailmg.will sail in a lew days ? -¿t.'. Has loom lor a few moic cabin l'nsiciifers, und cimes ii Surgeon. Foi freight or passage apply to the Captain oh board, Samuel Mos...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 11 February 1858

, , STEAM TO SYDNEY, VIA'TWOFOLD BAY THE T.S.N. Cu's STEAMSHIP "TASMANIA" Will leave for SYDNEY via TWO FOLD BAY, on THURSDAY, the 11th February, at noon. Charles Tobt, Manager, T. S. N. Co, Franklin Wharf, January 25, 1858. For London Direct HAVlSOTllE GttEATEK POItTlC»" OF IITK CAUGO ENGAGED. -n* THE REGULAR TRADER dff^ "WELLINGTON." jSGStaA.l.SSS tons register,G.A Lulham, Commander. 'l'liit well-known vessel has firstrate accom- modation for passengers, anil will meet with quick despatch. For li eight or passage ap- ply to i Samuel Moses & Co. Murray-street, orto William Crosby & Co. New Wharf. Hobart on Dec.9ih, 857. mwf Culloden Steamer. PORT ESPERANCE. AFTER Friday nest 12th instant the steamer «ill cease to go to tbe abo^e plaee (except by special agreement) there not being sufficient inducement to c onlue her-on that line at present. H. F. Abmshiono, Franklin Wharf. 9.h February, 1858. 728 fll J, M.STANLEY, PIANOFORTE TUNER. WILL VISIT the Franklin and sur ro...

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THE MERCURY [PUBLISHED DAILY.] THURSDAY, FEB. 11, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 11 February 1858

THE MERCURY ¡"l'UBUÎSliKD 3AU.V.1 thursday, ma. ii, isss. Wü look upon a well-trained policeman as an adjunct to high civilization. We r 'gard his' office as of vast importance. It has not the éclat of other employ- ment's we could name, hut is vastly usc lul., Much moro of public security do p:nds ou the constitution of a police f irce than would be d'.cnaed possible by litóse who havo not been at the pains of investigating tho question. Well directed, it is one of the most powerful engines for the suppression of vice, tho prevention of crime, and the vindication of justicCjthat the ingenuity of man has yet invented : perverted, it is one of tho most demoralizing agencies conceivable. Willi such views as these possessing us, and knowing, moreover, how very much sub- ordinates reflect the character of their huperiors, knowing, too, the corrupt state to which the police of this colony but a hhort time since had been reduced, wc cannot avoid regarding the present c lurse of the Munici...

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POLICE OFFICE.—WEDNESDAY. (Before W. Tarleton Enquire, Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 11 February 1858

POLICE OFFICE.—WEDNESDAY. (Before W. Tarleton Enquire, Police Magistrate.) Magistrate.) Night Charges. — There were no drunkards on the sheet this morning, and only three brawlers, who were each fined 5s. (Stealing Fruit.—John Cox was       charged with stealing, on the 9th inst , six apples of the value of 2d, and a quantity of plums of the value of a 1d. the property of Johnson Sharpe. The prisoner was caught in the act of stripping the trees, and the fruit was found in his pocket: he stated that he was dry, and that he was only quench- ing his thirst, He was sent to the House of Correction for a month. Flash notes.—James Green, an elderly man, was brought up, charged with ob- taining 20s by fal=e preletices, with intent to defraud Ann Kveney. Tho pris mer obtaiiwl eight half crowns in change for a (1 is!i note, and when apprehended lie thiow the monoy into a pond. Ile was remanded till to- morrow. (Before the Police Magistrate and E. J. Manl...

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BOTHWELL. [From our own Correspondent.], [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 11 February 1858

BOTHWELL. [From our own Correspondent.] , The case of Typhus fever mentioned in my Just has proved fatal, and ¡¡heyoung woman diet a few hours after I had postal my letter; she was ill on her arrival here, and admitted, that she had kept it a secret at the Depot; l.'st she should be longer detained in quarantine. On Monday a little girl, four years of   age, the daughter of a man named Mahoney, upset a vessel of boiling water, and was so severely scalded, that death ensued the following day. "We have had a lew days' delightful rain, which has cooled and refreshed the parched earth, and l.ejped tp extinguish the bush lire-. The Bishop of Tasmania will hold a confirmation hera on Thursday the 11th instant, and therjaic about ¡IO persons of both sexes to be confirmed,

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 12 February 1858

'SHIPPING ÛniÉLùlO&iOS. Fob. 11-Free Trader, barque, 20C ton«i from Hlnff Harbour, New Zealand in ballast Agent Guesdon. Feb. 11-Tasmanian (s.,) 2SJ tons, Clinch for Sydney with cargo and passengers-Rev. 8. Rabone. Jtav. J Davis, Air and Airs Howe, Mr» i'iarfley, Miss Bradley Mr J Park, and 22 in the storage. Feb. 11- Mitador, baiqUo, 2J0 tons, Lindsay, for Hokianga, New Zealand. Feb. 11-Don Pedro II, barque, 107 tons Grant for Melbourne. Feb. 11-Cosmopolite, brig, MS ton», Lewi« for Melbourne. »EPAtlTr/ftES. Feb. 11-Creole, sell., for S. W. : Feb. 11-Scotia, sell., for Sjdney. Feb. 11-Mary Ann, sch., for Port Albert. Feb. 11-Tasmania (s.,)for Sydney. Tasmania for Sydney-13 tons hay, J Part ; 19 boxes green fruit, 22 bags onions, J Peak j 70 b igs do, 23 cose3 greon fruit. Allen ¡ 15 big* onion«, 10 casks green fruit Clinch ; 20,000 ft. tirabe-r, T S N C ; 70 bus. grcoa fruit, 9 half bus. do,, 4 bags seed«, 1 sack do, 1 case jam, 5 bags onions, O' F Creswell. I bo\ cheese, i...

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YESTERDAY'S MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 12 February 1858

YESTERDAY'S MARKETS. No pariicular animation-waa percepti- ble in the grain market to-day, but bushiss w13 steady throughout. \Vbeut ia finn at Ss per bushel tim best samples, with no mention of a, declining ten- dency.' A few small lots oí colouinl oats have cunie into the mai keb lately, and rwliaed froui 6s to Gs Qd according tojthe sample. Foreign oats sell at 5s to 5s 6 I but not much is doing. Some Capo barley was âold but being a veiy inferior sample, the lot fetched a very low tUlsrei t'10 average quotationsinny be given at Us. to 6s. (id. per bushel. 1 The demand for hay continues very hr¡3k, and the supplies como m pretty fust; prices continue firm, loose hay still ranging from £5 10s, to £7. 15d. per ton according to Quality; country préased from £.ii to £8 10s.; anil tho hydraulic piessed is quoted at.C9. Very little is doing ia potatoes which are very scarce us yet ; tho prices are quo- ted at £7<l0a. to £,H per ton accoramg to' the sample, There was a dullne...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 12 February 1858

SUMMARY FOR ENGLâND-', Ç\ TILL ON SALE, a few COPIES of V.'!) our SUMMARY, for the Overlaid Mai', via Launceston. i

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EIGHT DAYS LATER ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 12 February 1858

' EIGHT DAYS LATER SNSLI3H NEW3. \VÉ Taster-Jay published a portion of tíie following'summary ol' English news received br telegraph. The papers hav ?áche'l us by the coach last even ^raçts {JJ! we ara enabíod to so-jaiulete our ex Tub widow of General", 0! Neill had been ere it< d Lady Neill, and the lion. K. I.' C-impany has given h.V a pension of £G00 per annum. Tne immediate purpocc of the convo- cation of Parliament is s iid to be to obtain an indemnity for the violation of the Bank Charier» Act. No financial measure will ho bright forward until February.. JThe Bul of Indemnity isnos . likely to occupy much t me. The neces- sity for the relaxation has been made so ' evident by subsequent revelations that i the subject affords little scope fordi-cus ; sion. It appears that, if Government had not interposed wlten they did, the sitna'inn would have been serious. The reserves of notcä and specie in the Bank, had fallen iar below the amount at which they stood when a simi...

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IRON SHIP-BUILDING—WILL IT SUCCEED? [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 12 February 1858

IliOX SHIP.BUiriDTtfO-WILL IL1 SUCCEED? At íir-t sight it Loks uko a paradox, though it really ii not so, to say that u splendid success creates a great mis and f.)rtune,hy raising nlioslol'imitatort. copiiâw,oacliciuleavoiiriugiwtl promis- ing to O.XC21 tho oilier, and persunling 'others they can do so, ero the oiiginal bo itself proved, it is, and always has been, tho case in every business ami profession ¡ by this reason-that which w.H originally really gooJ often becomes ombariaiicd and thwarted, as well as the numerous ollVprmgs. Railways, as a grand system, had they been carried out as originally pro- pounded, would h ive'paid investor» woll ¡ but ns s6on as sneees-es became probable, extensions became the order of tho day-extensions wero made to everr available place ; consequently lund' was purchased at fabulous ¡.ricos, to appease wrong-headed hndlords and quiet oppo.-icion ; legal charges ia op pojiiiL', defending, pleading tor mid ngaiust, P.« li imoutary expenses, evi- d...

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THE STORMING OF THE GATES OF DELHI. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 12 February 1858

THE STORMING OF THE GATES OF DELHI. The following private letter appears in the London papers of 19th 'Novem- ber : On the 9th, 10th, llth, and 12th the batteries were cjmpleted. Tney were immensely large, built up to the bottom ol' the embrasures of solid fas- cines. 1,500 camels were employed nightly in carrying down the'fascines. Strange to say, the enemy did not lire o.i vu much while building the batteries. We were almost all of us on duty three night ? running. O.i the 12fch th 3 bittern s openol fin», when, after seing the first s.ilvo knoe't d-wn a lar'^c portion' of th«; Cashmere bastion, I jwas so tirel that I lay down and slept during the roar of the guns for three or four hours. There were four batterie?, on; of them having 20 he.uy guns and' howitzers. The walls s 'eme.l to cru'nbio before the weight of met d, and after two days' fir- ing'tvo breaches were made, und A gre it part of the pirapet stripped off the wall. O.ie sa id-bag batt.ry was with- in 200 yards of the ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 12 February 1858

"CABINET AND ' UPHOLSTERY WABEEOOMS, No. C, ELIZVBETU SiitEEr. ESTABLISHED 1834. W. HAMILTON, IN,RETURNING THANKS to h\ numerous Friends and the Public, for the very lib.-r ii buppo.L h.therto ail'ur.led him, beg.» respectfully to intimate his intention of RE-OPENINGr tho above Business ,with the most extensive and varied1 STOCK in every Department ever offered in Tasmania, the whole li iv ing been i purchased by himself within' the last nine months, on mo-it favorable terms, from the First Houses in the United Kingdom, the greater portion manufactured to bia express order, which, with advantiges of selection, based on such a lengthened Colonial practical experience, flatters ,himsulf o' being enabled to offer them ut such pt ices ns cannot fail to secure confidence, and meet every tasto and requirement. With the Upholstery and Manufactu- ring* Branches, aro associated two ac-1 complished Arti/.ans, from one ol'1 the most i fashionablo establishments in London. The only view in re-o...

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MAYOR'S COURT—THURSDAY. Before the Right Worshipful the Mayor of Hobart Town, Aldermen Lewis and Murdoch. THOMAS V. BROAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 12 February 1858

MAYOR'S CDüílT.-THURSDAY. Before tho Right' Wor-diipful thoMiyor ' di' Kob.ivt Town, Aldermen Lewis and Murdoch. TirojrAS T. nr.o.U). An information by tho City Inspector against Bouja »in Bro id l'or allowing on tho 29ih January last two go its to be bo at largo in Aatil Street, contrary to the bye laws. Defendant pleaded'guilty, but staged in extenuation tint tho goats had broken out of his yard without his knowledge. He was lined ( 5s. fur each goat and 10s. costs but allowed a fortnight to pay it in. , suis v. sMtïir. This W.K an i iformatiou by tho City Inspectjr again-t Mrs. S nith of Argyle Street, for having o.a the Sth instant caused a water closet to be emptied the day time. Defendant pleaded guilty and was fined 5s. and costs. S-UICY. ir.uiiiorTr(i;, , An m"orm,ation by the City Inspector against Mr. H.irbottlo of Elizabeth Street, for building a b.idgo over the creak without tin con-oat ol thj M lyor and Aldermen. ' Doi'ond mt plea led g Jilly i and stated, that he hal i...

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MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 12 February 1858

MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. The Cecilia, schooner, arrived yesterday from the East Coast, with produce.     A schooner, not made out, was off Wedge Island at sundown. Another schooner, not made out, was at One Tree Point, standing towards the Channel. The brig Sea Nymph went down,   the Channel yesterday afternoon.       THE BLACK SWAN.-Owing to the density,   of the smoke arising from, the bush fires below George Town, the black Swan was not sighted till she was close to the town, and some time after the Electric Telegraph office had been closed. Had she been risible as usual when she entered the Tamar Heads, our customary Tele- gram would have reached Hobart Town on   Wednesday evening, and have appeared in our     issue of yesterday morning. However, our   "Extra" appeared with its usual celerity, and     was in the h...

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