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GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 17 February 1858

GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. THE FINGAL CO VI..-Wo (examiner) have been favoured willi the folloivin'g e\tractot'a letter Ironi Sir William Denison to Mr. Sams. It'cnnlsins lils Excellency's views on the best means of making ihe.conl deposit at Fingal a. variable:-" It always apnoaied lorne that tie Fing ii co.nl,-(lintis moro particularly illa seam in the (Joveiliment land at the hack of Mr. Stciglit's run,-would eventually turn out very valu'ible. To brine; this coal to Launceston hy tramroid dunn the valley of the Scnth Esk w mid of course not poy for many years to come; but l\ had sketched out a plan lor bringing ti c coal by ti.miroad lo George's River, a di-tince ol about 20 or 25 miles, where, with a yery lit, ile trouble, a good harbour might be ma le lor yeEs^is drawing frqm 12 to lo set of water. The bar at the mouth ot the river is a nura ridge having deep w*ior on both sides. 'Were the'on. trance iiiiirqueil by driving sukes and wailing be'.ween them, the water horn the estuary...

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POLICE OFFICE.—YESTERDAY. (Before Thomas Giblin, and Alfred Ke[?]nerley Esqres.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 17 February 1858

POLICE OFFICE.-YESTERDAY. (Before Thomas Giblin, and Alfred Kennerley Esqres.) Night Charges.-Three drunkards were each fined £1, one £3, her third offence, and Harriet Windover, an elderly woman, her fifth offence, was fined £3, and in default, was sent to the house of correction for fourteen days. One female was fined 5s for disturbing the peace, and a ticket-of-leave woman was sent to the factory for three months, for absenting herself from her authorized place of residence. Sureties of the Peace.-John Scanlan of New Town, complained of George Macnamee, in using towards him the following threatening language on the 5th instant : t > '?' Come out, you-, and I'll'tnke your life" ; aud as he feared, that the defendant would do him some I personal injury, he prayed, that he be bound over to keep the pence. The" defendant, on being asked, if he lind any cause to show against the implication, replied, that he had no objection to be bound over,'as in fact, lie must be. He was then bo...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGHNCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 17 February 1858

SHIPPING INTELLIGHNCE. Feb. 16-Tommy, schooner, from East Coast, with produce. 'Passengers-Master* .T. Paynter and J. Butler. Agents-Ttibart & Webster. INTEBED OUT. ' Fob. 10-II. S. Pago, birquo, 226 ton«, Spring, for Port Albert. CLEARED oui. Feb. 16-Eucilyptus, brig, 195 toni, Thomp- son, for Melbourne, ni til caigo. Passenger s Captain Lovett, Mr Juiekhy, and one in tho steerage, Feb. 16-Mountain Mnld, brig, 103 tons, Wood,for Poit Cooper, Now Zeal mil, with curiro Passengers-Rev. Jlr. butter, Mr nnd Mis Julius ju and tvvo childi cn, und two in tho steer- age. SAILED. Fob. 16-Macquarie, schooner, for Fort Albert. Feb. 16-Sussex, barque, for South Seas, wh lllllg. Feb. 16-Eucalyptus, barque, for Melbourne. EXPOIITS. Eucilyptus, for Melbourne-50 chests congou ten, -160 half do, 100 boxes do, Maning Uros, j 50,000 ft timber, 2l),"00 palings, 80,000 laths, 10 tons stone, J 5 biles wool, 1 box npp-iral, 2 do grcon fruit, 0. Al. Maxwell; 25,000 p dings, G. M. Len is. « Mountain...

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YESTERDAY'S MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 17 February 1858

YESTERDAY'S MARKETS. A moderate amount of business was transacted in tlie graiu market to-day. Several sales of wheat were effected al 7s 9 J to 8s per bushel the best samples. Colonial oats are a little in demand, nnd realize from (J* to 6s 6d, according to the sample. Foreign oats are dull of sale at 5s to 5s 6d. Cape barley comes into the market rather moro freely, and a good sample fetches a very fair price j a lot was sold to-day at 7s per bushel. English barley is still very scarce, and the last sale we beard of was made at 8s. Hay has been in moderate demand, and t'ne quotations have in no way changed ; loose hay still ranges from £0 to £8 per ton, according to quality, and the country pressed from £8 to £8 10s. Potatoes are very scarce, and very little is doing ; good samples real- ize as much ns £11, but there arc some that are sold nfc £710s per ton. Onions aro scarce nt present, and are still quoted at £14 to £15 per ton. The sale of nour by auction has not interfered wit...

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Parliament of Tasmania. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 17 February 1858

¿parliament of '(Easiiiatriii. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY. The PRESIDENT took his seat at'IO minutes past i o'clock. "Sir. NAIRN wished to bring ander the no- tice of Hie House the manner iii which the ex- ports for 1857 bid been brought forward ¡ tiiey were all lumped together, and lie, .Mr'. Nairn, wished to know whither tlio Government ivoulil in future bave the returns made out in detail ? The COLONIAL SEClcEl'ARY replied.that the suggestions of the lion, member should be attended to. .OKPIUS SCHOOLS.' .Mr. WEDGB gave notice tint he would, to- morrow, this day, ask the Co'onial Secretary, whether the report of the Commissioner r ap- pointed to oiujuire into the conduct of certain officers of the Queen'» Orp an School would be laid on the table '/ 1UXKE23 FB4UD3 BHt. - This bill was read a second time aud com- mitted IV CMMiTTCr. . Claw 1 was passed, and clause 2 led to some discussion oi$ an amendment, proposed by the President to c-jteud ¡js provisions, The COLONIAL -SECRETAR...

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REVIEW. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 17 February 1858

E E ¥ I E Y; Tha «'fJaries and their Friend«," hy! FitiXK J. WEBD London : GK Rout. { letlge and Co. 1857. J. Walch and Sons, j lu the adage that "good win? need«. no bush " harn exten led applic itíon, i then a book with an introductory pre- * face by Mrs. Harriet B. Stowe, and a I re-commendatory let er from Lord Brougham, can scarcely need another re- commendation to secure tlie nioífc ex- tensive s ile. But just as good wine will best b.-ar reejmmaiiddt'on, M> will any good book of its class repay those who may endeavour to assist its wider circulation. Tue *. G.irie.-î and their Friends " will well repay perusal. It is a skilful ¡.tory, from the pen of a coloured man, bom in Philadelphia, and designed to exhibit in few words to the civilized world the extent of the oppression en- dured, not only by thj slave, but by the coloured pspulation of free America. Undisfigured by the prominent fault in such bioks generally, it s jems to give a succinct and true account of serious so...

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THE LATE ACTING CHIEF JUSTICE. SYDNEY STEPHEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 17 February 1858

THE LATE ACTING CHIEF JUSTICE. SYDNEY STEPHEN. We have received by the New Zealand papers, the melancholy intelligence of the demise of the late Mr. Sydney Ste- phen, brother of Sir Alfred Stephen, Chief Justice of New Siuth Wales, and Acting Chief Justice of New Zealand,   an account of whose death and funeral will be found in its proper place, His Honor was for a long time a distinguish- ed member of the Sydney Bar, and afterwards came to this colony, and assumed at once a leading position in his profession. In 1843-44 Mr. Ste- phen was disbarred by a decision of the Supreme Court, the Judges being Sir J. L. Pedder amd Mr. Justice Montagu. The proceeding created great excitement at the time, especially as it was   known that the learned gentleman had rendered himself obnoxious to the Puisne Judge, whose temper was as un- governable, as his conduct -was over bearing. The decision of the Court was not only capricious, but unjustifable and an appeal to the P...

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PERU. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 17 February 1858

PERU. Dates from Callao are to the 26th Oc- tober. The revolution appears io be ¡ID nearer its termination than ever. The siege of Ariquipa is still progressing' and pt omises to hold out as lang those "f Aznth or of Troy, or any the old times, and longer perhaps than, those of Dellii or Canton. The news- papers repoit that thete is much loss of life on both sides, which we doubt. Picsident Castilla is said to have had horse killed under him. Had the hall hit the líder, it might probably have tcrmjuntct} hostilities. Provisions iii Ariquipa nre plentiful, but very dear. Ti ade in Tacna was suffering, owing to the revolution in Bolivia. GUATEMALA. The following Is trom a letter dated, Ocfqbnr. aqtlj :- ' Notwithstanding thedinwlmclts Guat- emala has suffered this year tuioiigh the war in Nicaragua, the cholera, and other causes, its co nmerqal prosperity is cyi[]et|i!y qn the. increase. The first eight inoutljs qf the present year exjiib it a great increase in the cxpoits, eorq pared...

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MEXICO. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 17 February 1858

MEXICO. Tho following is fro.n the correspond- ence of the New York Times, and is dated Ojtober 19th. The "chapter of events for the past fortnight^] regret to s iy, is not ot the m.Qsï o'ieering cha- racter. E.iol, day- iu\v proofs of the dias4v<ng- condition of this country carne to hand. About one-half of the United States of Mexico are actually experiencing the evils of predatory wars, orare in constant fear of such visitations. The experiment of a 'Federe,! Govern- ment in Mexico has been fu'ly tried so far as all hopes may be entertained of government in that manner. But a few months have elapsed since the Sta£e Gover invents were organised under-1he new Federal Constitution,, bv\t enough or time has transpired to, show.conclusively tlie pusillanimity. ojT the Sta'e Legisla* tu -es, ajid tl\e entire absurdity of a real 1^ publican f»rin of- government in a country that is blessed with suoh a sm ill tjAi.at i ftf practical common sieqs«..

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 17 February 1858

To our Country Subscriba«. MU. JOHN C. MACMICHAEL hating Titarted on his country tour, our Country Subscribe« and Advertising friends will oblige by bandin» him the a-nount of their respective accounts on application. JOHN DAVIES. I2th Feb.,.187S.

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GENERAL POST OFFICE. General Post Office, 17th February, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 17 February 1858

[GENERAL POST OFFICE. General Post Office, «i 17th February, 1833. f Rrrtp MAILS will be closed at Hobart TOA-« as under : Por Port Albert, per Helen S. Page, this day, at noon. _ S. T. ILutDIJTGE, Postmastc*-. Mails for Sydney and Adelaide are made np at this office, and forwarded via Mci binnie, by every «team vessel departing from I lobqrt Town or Launceston.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 17 February 1858

FOR THE EAST COAST. Calling at Spring Bay, Swanport, Bicheno, and Falmouth. mHU CLIPPER SCHOONER "IRIS," _J_ J¡. Dawson, Master, w li sill as above, oji orabout friday, 19th inst. For Freight or Passage, payable m Town, apply to T'uos. PATERSON, Old Wharf. Feb. 17^ 18%. K 870, f 10. MELBOURNE LINE OP PACKETS. FORMELUOURNE DIRECT. THE fine First Class »lig "NORTH fcl'AIl" 122 Toiis^ R. Dall, Master, will _sail for ihe above Port, on Tueatlivy, aird Februury. For freight or pansage, apply tu II. LlV'-COME. 871 f. 19. Shooting Match. AT Mr. Shadwick's, Prince Albert Inn,   New Town, on SATURDAY. NEXT,   for a splendid GOLD WATCH by eight     members at £1 each; after which a Match will come of £5 a side. f20 COS THE undersigned hogs to inform his customers and the public that his, Stock of BLACK OIL I PAIN'S* OILS S PEllAI OUi \ T UKPENT1NE COLZA OIL, is now complete, and that he is prepared to supply Country Storekeepers or J?1 imi»_...

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WHOLESALE FABRICATION OF ACCOMMODATION BILLS. (From the Morning Chronicle.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 17 February 1858

WH0LE3ALE FABRICATION OP ACCOMMODATION BILLS. (From the Morning Chronicle.) As extensive manufacture of "accommo da'inn bills " lias just been investigated before'the tribunal specla'ly de-igned for the'prosecution of f.ueh researches, namely the Court of Q u v. nptcy. Many ol' the discoveries tlie-rj o iciled are not a little curious. The fabrication of the article in' question wai found to have been actively carried on for a considera- ble period, and upon tho largest scale, while some of the processes employed displayed u boldness of conception not often met with in the circles of retail trade,! t The principals in this case-Messrs. Sadgrove and Bagg-upon whom their engagement in this species of industry has brought down the usual ruinous consequences, can ied on business as ca binetí-miVkcrs, in Eldon Street,Finsbury. As detailed by evidence given before the B mkruptcy Com t,we may at once state tb.it Í the i conduct and alTaiis of these parties present nothing to be complnined ...

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CHINA. INTENDED [?]OMBARDMENT OF CANTON [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 17 February 1858

CHINA. ! INTENDED nOMBARDMESTOP CANTON5« The master of the Wi/n.vd» from Can- ton December 15th, brings intelligence that it w¡vi iuieivlod to attack and des- troy flinton on the 25th December, tlie anniversary of the destruct;on of thfj factories by the Chinese. The A.mei'fe\n force stand« aloof from tl_\u yroeeeding, but the French auc\.Eiiglrsh act unitedly. The large sl^vps-, oÇ- lyar'draiv too muph ivatep to approach, the city, bu,t a suffi- cient reinlbrceme..f¿ of gunboats has» a/rivecl to jtistj'y tho Admiral in com ( meueing dew-ivc' o^i'tations. From the frail nature of many Chinese buildings, it i< probable that the city would 1*Q totally destroyed. By a statement iq ^h,a Hongkong '.Daily Press," of; tha. 44th, it appe.irs tly4 a, tvwrenoe had buen held ai Ajpicaq, oq t'io 30ih November, from whioh aeonvnnmcation to Yen had boen, made, the real nature ol'which, lnyy-ev-er, hid not transpired ; altlvvgh, ijt, w,as generally supposed, {£, haye been tjo the iolluw...

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THE UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 17 February 1858

THE UNITED STATES. By th3 k,VJ,(' H*l° we (Argin} have received California papers tq the 3rd December, hut the news from th it State js entirely without int sr^st. The jour nala supply us with im lortant intelllt g »nee from Utah and K ins is, in thi United States territory, an I fron the Southern American rcpiuHcj, UTAH. The followin; is Ct.itain Van Vliet's oScial account of his visit to Utah : Hum's Fork, Sept. IG, 18'<7. Cs-PrAiv,-I have the honor t J repart, tor the itifoitnitiqn qf the Qiiqtiianding '3vner.nl, the result qf my trip to the 1'enitoiy ot Utah. In obedience to special instructions, d ited Ifead-tjuarters, A"liy for Utah, Port Leaven vorth, July 2S, 1857, I left Fort L°aven vorth July 30, and reached Fort Kearney in nine travelling 'days, Fort Lararai ; in 10, and Great Salt Like City in 3Si. Dating my pro- gress towards Ulah I met many people from tljat torritqry, and alsq suerai mountair, men at Green River, and all informed rae that I would not be all...

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THE ISLAND OF PERIM. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 17 February 1858

. THE ISLAND OF PEIHM. Public attention ha-¡ been lately di- rected to this Island, at the entrance ol' the Red Sea," from the announcement that England had talton possession of it. A spot of the very existence of which thousands of well-informed mon were ignorant has suddenly become famous. We translate from L Isthme de Suez for November last the following account or this island and the manner of its occupa- tion. It is evidently inspired by all the Continental jealousy ol' British mari- time supremacy, and is incorrect in so ne of its statements, but it gives a fuller no- tion of the island than can be gleaned from the ordinary gazetteers. The latest English journals assert that the island has boen abandoned again,in consequence ol' French representations at fie Otto- man C)urt. IVo Sultan' claim's autho- rity over it, and has been induced to re- pudiate the treaty of the local potentat . by whom it was surr ¡ndered to England. The Island of Peri n, called also tho island of Bab-e...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 17 February 1858

G0'¿'D; VF i .£ LD,' LtVEItl'OOI-STBEET. CLEARING: S 'i L'É MESSRS; BUÜN. AND. CO.''' "" (Successors to Mr. W. J vcy), Are ihltWèïèû by'Mr. Julius Hart'»"/in pon £eque4iicç,of thçv expiration ^f.the Lease, andaíriortó'eivi''''¿ up .vOs¿éíM'on', io.Veil liy uuníoíí' cii THURSDAY, \lhè; ISlU instant, at 11 o'clucl;-cn life lireniîïfeS:"' rpHE'i!8TÖCk'INiT«'ÄÜE' OF » THE J 'AnÓVE'WELE KNOWN :ESTAB J.lSHSifiN'J', ''cbaVJirisiiig- '.-- -'.';-. Black clclli ehooting coats, doe shooting ¿^¡iiK/olnfckfrcctecoats; ¡paletots, Beau- fort' ZctV> OW)lh,: dóVátid tweed ' tr'ow rcr8lmolL'!tin:d tofd tfelwseVî; silk', satin, black cloth, doe and tvvtc-d vest«;; alpaca cbliis'nnd vest's, llollafid blows«, gcrils' íi)Mfcy"sliirtV, «¿ftiiv'ill »hilt«; Stockport th'ïïtvTiïls" s&titt'h'ate-, 'Men's-' brown; hltfckiiudeolouri'd ('¿it hutè.iilàckcloth fiirvy'cipir, hbyf and youltis inlicy'Caps, «Ik iftldfáliil neck luMdUcrrbtefr-, baii daná^ToÁv'n pViilt'cd Corah», China ha'hd ltbrctfitfs. ' As...

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THE MERCURY [PUBLISHED DAILY.] WEDNESDAY, FEB. 17, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 17 February 1858

THE MERCURY fi'UBi/rsuED imr.Y.j WEDNESDAY, FEB. 17, 1858. WB'find the following Progress Report of the Committee on a Federal Union of the Australian Colonies iu a recent Victorian newspaper : Since the first report of your committee, and it« transmission tn the other colonies by His Excellency the Governor, we have the satisfaction to observe that New South Wales and South Australia 1-ave taken measures to carry the proposed Conference into speedy elTcct In South Australia the two Houses adopt- ed a resolution accepting the proposal, and ¡recommending the appointment of delegates ¡n pursuance of it. They subsequently pro- ceed-d to select two delegates fruin the As- sembly and one from the C'-iuiicll to «prê- tant that Colony at the Cr 'renee. In New South Wale .he Legislative Council adopted a report >. «bodying a simi lartecommcndation ; and the consideration of the subject was an order of the day in the Assembly at the time of its dissolution. We have reatou to believe that ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 17 February 1858

Steam Heasmö tip to Ntw Norfolk' mUE finöurlt» steam/ "MONARCH ' will (weather, p¿inittlttr) moke a PLEASURE txcukt.pv to NEW KUR FOLK, mi 1 HURSD VI 18th mst, leaving the Uld \\ \tait at lmli Jast te», a in , und New Jioifolk at 4 p m ' A Quadrlte hmk »/. aUcnÛance Tickíls fot the day-is Thiláreil-2á oá /ÜTtnEtt &. WlSF OhHUsrf, / Í3tli February, I «57 N. B - riicMoiifiKh wili leave New Nor folk Uli thursday tilt lSlli Hist, at halt past 7 am, and will tot i cannie her regular trips iintil Friday alternoon leaving Mo batt Town ai the usual hour of half past three p fal 8.Î0 F l8 Steam to Melbourne fil Ii C fist mid favdUrîte «teamer L 'QUEEN, J I! Btnckboui n, commander, will leave Launceston fir Melbourne ou \^EDNL-> DAY, tbe 17th instant, at'no o'clock m the afternoon Has excellent eccomn odat on fir horses Al) passige money must be paid at tile ellice of t)ie uiidireigntd For freight or passuge, apply to WILLIAM JOIIJÍ'.TONI, Agent Í5t Jornt'stréet, february 11 For Ja...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 18 February 1858

» ' SHIPPING-'INTELLIGENCE. .Feb. '17-Iris,' «cb., G1 tons, Daivsöij, from the-East''Coast with, pioduoi, Aaoi^t' 1\ Pater / I l CEEABED OOT. ' ' í Feb. 17-Jane, brig, 179 tons, Comstock, for South Scai - ' i Feb. 17-Australasian Packet, 191 tons, .Vyilliiunsbn, for whaling grounds, i 'i / j i Feb. X1-Columbus, barque, 280 tons,,Tayh>r, for whaling groipids, « , (F«b, 17-llelon S. Bago, barque, 22G tons, Spring, for Port Albert. Feb. 17-Circassian, | schooner, 104 tons, Lyon«, for Launceston. i i , i SATXiED. Feb.117-Monmouth, barqae,for'South Seas, whaling. ' > ' I Feb. 17-Mountain Maid, brig, far Port Cooper, Kow Zcalauik ' < " «rroBTS. ' ' " Iris from East Coa t, 112 bags wheat, 8 casks butter, 2 bales wool, 1 bun He Bbcepskins,l mill, J. Wright ; 4} bales wool, T. Paterson ; 16 casks (butter, 31 bags wheat, 7 bales woohCliap nmn <fc Thomei ; 5 casks butter, Watchorn and Co. ; 37, bags wheat, Tiibart & Wqlijter ¡ 1 cask pjieese. T r.itej-p.i) ;...

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