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

GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. I/EtTEit moir Jrarrmrar.-The following is a free ti msl ition of a letter ret oiveil by Air. Julia» Han is of this city, from the Kabbi Hyam 'AM, at Jr-insiloin : it will, we havo no doubt, bp pertuel with interest. Jerusalem thç ljth Tin' (May) iG 17. AH joy and g1 lanena be to my esteemed li lend .lulim tlio San of Harris, May heaign 0T.\i\t thal wo se-o each other, "au the re-tui n ut t'ie Captivo3 t ) JCioii," I einio to acquaint and inform ,\ou, that, I thank God, relumed sjfu to Jcrnnlom on the 2nd of tho present month and bave found all w eil. Wo luve sent from hero unlhartty to our friend S uiiuel Iiloics Kail, to be the Treasurer for the Holy Land aUo yourself and Mr. Phillip Levy. We a-e only uniting for ilie sa. ctlon of the «mie, tor sir .Moses Montiliore, if he ^ocs not sign it, we «lull then Uiuw that ha in on tho SepAnrJim »id?, (l'-ortiigiisse J,ews,) no bli ill then write to the Herd. Dr. Adler for bis sanc- tion. Friend ! « hen I « out to the ...

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

Bft'flue Wellington for London -l"J* THIS Ship having nearly completed £uj^ tier lo*dmg,wtil sail m a few da) s áe*5-S Has room fur a few more cabía Pa<*erigerr, and carnes a Surgeon For freight or passage apply to the Captain on board, SAUOEL MOSES and Co Murray-street or to, WILLIAM CROSBY Ä. Co , New Wharf New Wharf, February 10th, 1858 769 f 13 N For London« REGVLAR T R A D F R, THE CLIPPER SHIP, AURORA AUS 1 RALIS, A 1 for 13 years, RICHARD COPPINO, Lais of the Derwert Commander For freight of » ool nr rnssage, ipply to BKOWN & Co , Hobart 1 own, Or, M'NALGIITAN Se Co, 298 Launceston Steam Pleasure Trip to New Norfolk. fpHE fa\ount> steamer "MONARCH' 5 will (weither prrmittin,.) make a PLEASUUE EXCURSION to NEW NOR- FOLK on MOND \\ 15th ni tint, le wing the Old" Whatf at half past ten, a m , and New Norfolk at 4 p m A QnaJr Ile Bond m attcmhnce Ticket* for the day-5s Children-2s Cd I DTiRELi & WISE OH Wharf, 13th reuruary, lSî" P S -'The Monarch wi...

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THE MERCURY [PUBLISHED DAILY.] FRIDAY, FEB. 12, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 12 February 1858

THE MERCURY fpuntisiir.» D.vir.Y.l FKIPAY, FEB. 12,. 1853. y. vaoED SCHOOLS have no ordinary c1 tims 0.1 public s ipp-irfc. They balong, it, is true, to the most a-lvanwd c'ass of ji'iilanthropio endeavours, but, on lowir grounds, have a real claim upon the sympathies of all man. It h lo HID era lit' of Christianity, that, in these | ino lern time, a religious fouling has p.-ompted so largely to effort for the re- clamation of neglected children ; but "Rigged Schools ave far fiomb.iiïg,h our opinion at least, and, understanding the t-'f.ns in their ordinary signification, a v -ligious movement. Of cou-so, if the t T n religion bj us->d, as alone indeed it ei i ¿ht over to be vaia, as embracing e.-e-rything n(F;cting man's growth cr prosperity, then are Ragged Schools sw roligious as a thousand other things wo could allule to, which do not liow i-ver, generally com2 under that debig naiion. It does not very much matter whether Ragged Rchoils arc religious Ulinga or not ; their cla...

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

e ! 7îv.i n BUTTER! BUTTER-' BU1TER! . ' THE PICK OF THE BUDIES. PRIME COLONIAL FRLSII & POTT ED RO NE Y-DEW IL OU SE, ÎO A 70L LIVERPOOL STREET, RICHARD J. EDWARDS. 1 733 fis ' UNDER THE PATRONAGE Ï ' ' Í - ov The Hon. R. Cleburne, Eeq-, .ar.L-C; Alfred Kicholas, Esq-, M. H.A.; J D. Taife, Esq., M-H-A TO T11K RESIDENTS OF THE HUON. MADAME CARANUINIha« the honor to announce that in conséquence of the disappointment her illness occasioned to her kind tuppoiters, she lins made arrange- ments to relurn from Launcerton instead of proccedintr to Melbourne, and nill visit FRANKLIN on MONDA Y February 35th. on which occasion most positively the will give a GRAND CONCERT and BALL, osfiiled byMessis. KOHLER, GROSSI, and LAVLNU. MADAME CARANDINI has made this ai rangement anxiously denning to keep faith nilli the Public, und not to compromise those kind friends n ho strove to aid her in lier undertaking. Feb 8. ' CAUTION. LL FERSONS nrc cautioned against lJL> trespassing on tho 210...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 12 February 1858

DIED,   On the 5th inst., at Davey-street, William Charles Hawkes. Aged two months. Son   of Thomas Devonshire Penrose Hawkes; Lance Seargeant of H. M. 12th Regiment.

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GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 13 February 1858

iCrEtfERAL INTELLIGENCE. 'CmrnEí.L Tow.v U tosa.-Hy, an inadvort cusa in making up our isi'.io ol' yesterday, tho day« of tlie It ices'wore fkod for the 25tb and ¿atti of fc'übru ir/, insto id of tlio sano clays -in li ireh : n ir Spirting frión Is w ill tuko notice of tlie iil'or.ition, as nort'_o3;-rectly anuuiiiiec.l. ¡PauLto BDtTCÍ'PioN'.-TIIOJ following i? said to 1)8 i\fit;timilti of ti bill vacantly forwarded by a livery st iblo keeper in this towu to one of his custQ'nora f- I ' Sir,-to-, _' Gimvory'9i '' " anos mud A.._..."T7r* I 5s, I j . ngettinoniltojuagon'..; ' I 2s. | ] [Wo don't boliovo it.-ED. H.T.M.] ' ' ¡BeTUEfi Uxioy.-Tlio Services ,,at ithe B3thel|Cliap3l, New Wli irf, tn-moirow, will bo couchietort by tho Rev. P. Tuckfield. 'Missions.-It is notillud in our ndvortising coluimu that Sermons will be preached to rnorrowuin behalf of the Colonial Miaiionary Society, In Hri-ilmo street Clinpoi, and tho Conirrcir'iiioniil Chapel at Now Town, by the Min'iters.' from, .S...

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LATEST EUROPEAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 13 February 1858

LATESTiEÜROPEAiT. WE now give a summary of the latest news from our papers. The Home News of the 26th November says :- ' It will be s'ojti that stars and garters have been conferred upon some of oui distinguished Indian officers, and that the Queen has raised WiUon and Have- lock to the dignity of baronets. This is excellent so far as it goes, as an instal- ment of j the debt due to the gallant men-especially to Havelock-who, have kept Intpa with p handful of {¡roops, while waiting for the reinforcements we 'have despatched to their did. But the country will not bo satisfied with these rewards. Reme.ubeung upon whom in our own time thls same dignity of ba- ronet ha3 beon bestowed-rrthe small, in- significant, and obscuro fqllo"fl ers of the minister of the day, in Parliament and out of Parliament, who have been ga- zetted to that much abused distinction the countiy will not be satisfied to per mjt men like Havelock or Wilson to re main very |ong"wiüiout sqme more spc\ cial and adequ...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. YESTERDAY'S MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 13 February 1858

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. YESTERDAY'S MAßKETS. BLTSIN'ESS was rather dull in the grain market to-day, and yvhe it shewed a ten doney to decline. Sales, however, were effected at 8s per bushel, tho best sam- ples. Colonial oats are scarce, and it is, only now and then wo hear of a few small lots being sold ; the quotations are stationary at 6s to 6s 6d, according to the sample. Foreign oats realize from 5s to 5s Gd, but very little is doing. Cape bailey is quoted at 6s to Os Gd, but it is only occasionally that a few lots como into the market. A small parcel of English barley yvas cold at 8s per bushel. Hay continues in good demand, and no change has occurred in the quo- tations ; loose hay rangos from £5 10s to £7 15s per ton, according to quality ; country pre-sed, from £S to £8 10s ; and the hydraulic pressed is quoted at £9. . Potatoes aro still very scarce, and have' experienced no further change, being quoted at £7 10s to £L1 per ton, according to the'sample. ,. ! Tue flour, mar...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 13 February 1858

-¿ST WB direct the attention of the trade to the sale of fat bullock«, e*H. 8. Page, on Mon- da} ne.\t, by Vf. A. Guesdon and Co.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 13 February 1858

nia-...-., -_ fGEN£uAL TOST OFFICE. ''*. General Post Office, 13t!i Kelirtttry, 1S33. SHIP MAILS will be dowd at Hobart Town as under : For Adelaide and Sydney, via Melbourne, first vessel, tim day, at (j p.m. For Melbourne, w:i Launceston, per lllack Swan, ditto ditto, at C 30 p.m. S. T. ILnuHsar, i Postmaster. Mails for Sydney and Adelaide are made up at this ollieo, and fur»arded ua Mel- bourne, by every steam vessel departing from Hobart Town or'Liunccitou. "To our Country Subscribers. MR. JOHN C. MACMICHAEL having tUrted on his country tour, our Country Subscribers and Advertising friend« will oblige by handing him the amount of their respective accounts on application. 1 " JOHN DAVIES. I2lh Feb., 1838

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THE MERCURY [PUBLISHED DAILY.] SATURDAY, FEB. 13, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 13 February 1858

THE MERCURY "'.T¡r!..T fl'ÜBLlSUKU JJAir.Y.1 ' ; SATUltDAY, FEB. 13, 1853. IT is'Certainly high time that the res- trictions on Colonial Distillation were removed. They not only do no real good, but they occasion a very consider- able amount of positive mischief. It is questionable whether the restriction ever was a wiso one ; hut experience demon- strates the necessity of at least allowing the native distiller to compete with the foreign. man ufact urcr. Two arguments seem to us to bear much weight in rerercnce to this whole question. The first «fers to the mis- chief occasioned by the imposition ol restrictions ; the second to the posible benefits of their removal. ''A principio oí vast importance, anti much advantage in politics, maintains that whatever bo the objects contempla- ted by law, if, in its operation the law itself is found to be productive of mis ohievous rcsultf, it ought to be repealed^ It is not necessary now to detail the reasons which induced a former LegUla turc...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 13 February 1858

THEATRE E 0 ï A L i GRAND JUVENILE PERFORMANCE OP NATURAL MACICi TEMPLE OP M1STER1 To-Day, (.Saturday,) At 3 o'clock p m SCHOOLS AND CHILDREN Admitted half puce ON MONDAY, Feb 15th. THE LAST NIGHT VND BENEFIT Or THE MAGICIAN, MONS PHILIPPE DC BARR GLOIIOB "VVÍCU.^, 805 Agent Colonial Misnonaiy Society. ON Sundav ncs.t, I eh 1 tth three ser mons u li be preached in the Ind» pendent Chapel Brisbane stieet on behalf of lho Society Morning, bj Roy Charles Price, of Launceston Aftcrnom (at "i o clock) hy the Rev S, C Kent of Sydney 1 vening by tho Rev C W Eva), B A , of adelaide Sermoni will also be Preached in the New 1 ott n Chin eli in behalf of the Colonial Missionary Society, Morning-bv the Rev S C Kent of Sjducv, T vening-jy the Rev J Nisbctt Ihe innual mooline; of the Sncietv will behold on 1UISD1Y LVI NINC, I eli lGth, at 7 o clock, m the Congregational Cb ipcl Davey street. lebiuary 11 Wanted, 0\ the 1st March, a TEM UI SLR V\NI where the c ire only two in 11 n li. Apply ofliee ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 13 February 1858

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE Febiuary 12-Macquarie, schooner, 130 tons, lillirison, from Port Albert, 7th instant, with ?15 cattle-Agent, Ouesdoii. ' Feb. 12-11. S. Page, barque, 226 tom, Spring, bom Port Albeit, 8th instant, with (¡¿ cittlo-Ascent, Guesion ! ' Feb. 12--Kclipso, schoonor, 190 tons, Wolfe, fioiu Poit Albeit, 8th imt mt, with 51 cittlo I'.uscngeia, Mia. Wolfu and 2 ohildieii-Agont, Guesdon. ( Feb. 12-51.niposi, schooner, 193 tons, Crouóher, fioin Pott Albert, 8th hist, with GO cittls-Agents, Brown & Sou. cu'Aut n our. February 12-Watadoi, bin quo, 230 tons, Lindsay, for Hokianga, New Zealand, with cargo. ' J ' ' Feb. 12.-Swoinlfi-li, sobooner, 1G8 tons, Roberts, for Melbourne, with cargo. ! , TiSTrUED OUT. February 12,-Glen oe, birque, 100 ton* White, foi Poit Albeit. . Feb. 12-Prince of Demnaik, 70 tons, Forans, foi Sydney. r\roaTs.i , Mnlalor for Hokianga-43,000 feet timber, 150,01)0 "bingles, 150.U00 laths, 87,ti0t) palings, 1 keg shot,,2!) qi.-cisks gunpowder-Man...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 13 February 1858

THURSDAY, 25th February. Horses, Cows, Working Bullocks, Pigs, Hay, 0ats, Wheat, Barley, Hops, Pota- toes, fat Wethers, Gig, Cart, Farming   Implements, Household Furniture,   &c, at Scotsdale, near New Norfolk     BRENT AND WESTBROOK   ( ucccesors to Mr. T. Y. Lowes,)   Are instructed by J. W. Murdoch, Esq. , (who has let his estate,) to sell by Auction, on the premises at Scotsdale near New Nor- folk, on thursday, 25th February, at ten         o'clock. MIHI", who'e of his stool, crop, implements I and fu-nitu-o, among which will be ' < faint! One iiundred prime fat wethers - ' A puir of very powerful and good p'cugli or cart hors"« ' í i > i One first n te g'xg or «addle hor«e - L-., i Two pahs of fine worl in,/ bullocks Two quiet WcR-brid cows m full /muk '/Five large woll-brcd pigs UÜ < ^A will mude stack of oaten undi...

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parliament of casmain. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. YESTERDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 13 February 1858

parliament ii fasuinitin. LEGISLATIVE COrjNCJI, ' YESTERDAY. Tur. PRESIDEN T took his seat at 10 minutes past 4 o'clock. KOTIGE, , Mr.-WHYTE* to move, on- Tuesday, for a return of prisoners at Port Arthur since Jan , 1850, the number whosasontenceswere remitted, »ad the reasons for such rémission. 1 i BYE LAWS.' Mr. Bl? ri'Qtf Ja¡d on the table the Bj-e Law of the Launceston Corporation in rcfeicnco to the Launceston Water ¡porks, , t ,< , ¡ ,i oitDEits ot;TIÍK T)i.r. EtKCTOItAL HILT.. ' Tlie report of this Hill was adopted; tho Bill was read a third time, and passed. - - . »n01.'E85[,VI.SS 11ESTUA1XT Bill. The report of this )}i]l WJS re id a "third time, sad passed. ! ' JS" COMTftTTRB. The House ftoty weat iuto a, Committal of the whole for the cors deration of the Siesta¡e from the House of Assembly eonvej big its /lis- sent to certain amendments made bj' tile Council in the Druiikenuo-s Restraint Rill. The CHAIRMAN havm? read the M&satrc from tho Asioiubly, dU...

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POLICE OFFICE— FRIDAY. Before the Right Worshipful the Mayor and Thomas Giblin Esq. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 13 February 1858

POLICE omCE.- FRIDAY. 1 ! . 1 , li ¡Bafore the RigHit'Wotshipful the Mayor ¡in I Thomas Giblin Ejq. . ? J' eh' 'Night Charrjri - Tin oc inobtiates 'pleaded not guilty to tho charge of drunkcnne-,4, but each case being fullj prjvo), tho y woio fined icspectively d31, ¡C2, and £3, with the usud albdrna'he in cist! ol defmlt.« .hvaitlt - Miry Ann McCoy charged MargiiotProdmpie'wilh assaulting and b-abing bei on the 5th in-b. Tho cotn pl uiunt btatA that tho dcfend.int cime» to her house with her husband, and cliaiged co i plain mt with «tu.ilmg some things; to" uluch »-hu íoplíod that hh<> would talk to her w hen she was sobei Tlio did-ndant ' then tucked up het sleeves and saving "I'll take it out of you," »tiuok tai cm the small of the b ick v ith a polar. A man outside cdied His. Picdmmo and her husband away. For the dclencc it was stale 1 that the compl unant caine do .vu to Piedmoie'shouso, and attsempted to steal some potatoes, saying that Mis Prod moie'(who was di ...

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CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 13 February 1858

C H I N A. The Cashmere arrived at Victoria, and has brought us later uews from Hong Kong.' J ,. J It will be seen that the first step towards the investment of Canton was expected to bo taken immpdiatuly. The most important occurrence of the fottnight has been the arrival, on the 5th, of Mr. Reed, the United States Minister, and suite. Beyond what is already , known at home ^bout the peaceful intentions of tho Americans with regai d to China, nothing has trans- pired to give us an inkliug of the peculiar line of policy to be pursued by their Plenipotentiary. The representatives of the three Westrrn Power» are now as- sembled on the field of their future ope- rations ; two of them have large foi co-, at their command, and are resolved t > use thetr, and the foreign coaimunity are awai itig the result. The British naval force goes on in- creasing. Imperatri/., with 550 maiines and 50 boys, artived on the 5tb, and sailed for the river ou the 7th ; the gun bo its Watchful and Woodco...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 13 February 1858

Barque Wellington, for London THIS Ship having nearly completed her loading.will sail m a few days. Has room for a few more cabin Paiscnger*, and carries a Surgeon. For freight or passage apply to the Captain on board, SAMUEL Moses and Co. Murra;-street, or to, WILLIAM CRosnt St Co., New Wharf. New Wharf, February 10th , 1S56. 709 f!3 Steam Pleasure Trip to ' New Norfolk. mHE favourit; steinwr " MONARCH" * will, (weather permitting) make a PLEASURE EXCUltblOV to NEW NOR FOLK, on MONDAY'l5th infant, leaving the Old Wharf at half-pan te i, a. m , and New Norfolk at 4 p. in. A Quadrille Band in attendance. i\ Tickets for the day-5J. Children-2s. 6d LUTTRELL & WISE. Old Wharf, 13th February, 1557. P. S.-The M unarch will leave New Nor- folk on Monday the 10th instant at half-past 7 a. m., and will not resume her regular trips until Tuesday afternoon, leaving Ho- bart Town at the usual hour of half pakt three p. m. ." "f '' * '. 754 f1C ' ' On . ..' "Lost, ON MONDAY last, the 8th...

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ACCOMMODATION FOR VISITORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 13 February 1858

ACCOMMODATION VISITORS. F O Jl JJUhe want of suitable accommodation foi''"visitors of the first-eliss from the neighbouring Colonies, and from Victoria especially, is much felt in Hobart Town ; anti, although ive haye respect «¿liíej-'tavcrns in the city, the conveniences which they afford aro not equal to the requirements of the ri.s'itois to whom we allude, and we know that several recent «-rivals iwvo been disappointed oí ac- commodation adapted to their desires. »To'obviatuthis dcticienoy, we would sug «gt the following. In a short time the v\i «ovj occupied by tbo PW Govern \ " 'J ifteiit House will be Bold in building allotments ; let one of these plots be selected and purchased, and let a first- j class Hotel he built by subscription, calculated in every way for the recep- tion of the most fastidious;, and erected hi such a manner as to be au ornament and a credit to our capital. There 1 are uia-iy wealthy, public-spirited mon, in Hobart Town, who have connexions in the adjoi...

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HOUSE OP ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 13 February 1858

HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. The bon, the SPEAKER took the Chair at 4.10 p.in, ATICES OF NOTIOX. Mr. MILLER on Tticsiliy to move that mem- bers of the Legislaturas of the adjoining colo- nie?, when vinithif* this colony, bo entitled to vi-.it the Library and have seats nt the Bar of this House. Dr. BUTLER on Tuesdiy to move that the House take into consideration the piper» laid on the table by tho Premier, hnv iug reference to. 1'oJernl Government. Dr. OFFICER on Tiiosday to move for co 'pies of the evidence taken at tlje inimirj-, witli référença to tho Persian. Mr. J. C. GREGSON to mwc at tho next meeting for a conference with the Upper House, with referenco to the claims against the Crown Bill. THE GOVERNMENT DOTAIS". On tho motion of Mr. DUNN, the time for bringing up the ropópfc of tho Select Committee, on the Government Domain, was extended to the 19th instant. rOSTAI, COMMUNICATION". The COLONIAL TREASURER laid upon the table copies of despatches from the Secretary of State i) ith refe...

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