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YESTERDAY'S MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 18 February 1858

1 i'li mu 11 YESTERDAY'S MARKETS TttF.TiE was rather a dulnoss, jn ^ho grain hiarljefcj to-ihiy, qne^ a downward len- ¡ dc'iicy was app iront. ' Thora was an in- disposition on the poit ol' buyers tp ¡sfive, more than 7s' 9J \ er bushel for wheat, though a smalL lot realued 8» ¡ the ge- neral quotations were given to-dayi tit 7s Gil to 8s. Colonial oats were sold at Ojs to Os 6I,1 according to the sample, but ' 'not many aie met with just yet. Foreign j oat's Imeet with very Uti le demand, 'and j are quoted¡ht 5s to 5a Cd. Cupe barley is still scarce ; a few parcels were sold tq» day ¡at 7s, the sample being of anpirior I rjij'iljfcf. English %u\ey 1S quoted at 8s p*er bushel, but very little has as yet come into the market. Good hay sold very! readily, but at rather below last quotations ; the piices foi loose hay now range horn £6 to £7 15s per ton, «Or cr>nl}ng to quality \ tho Ppuntry pressed realize» fyom £8 to £8 jj.Os ; and the hv cli^ulio pressed is still quoted at f'p, ....

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

MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING, '^re r..säum M4».-Ovyln; to tho smolto Issuing from the bush fires below George Town, it is impossible to sight the steamers, till they are within two'or three miles of the town. The Hoyal .shepherd, expi-ctcd 1.1-,'t cr cning vyith tjXii overdue English mail, not being 6¡giii\|lc4 at «is o'clock, Mr. butcher, wijli hi» Wal tt jlliiigiioss and promptitude tq afford avery information, opened the Telegraph O.Tice at 8 o'clock, and has thus embie*.! us to ttate that up to that hour the Rojal Shepherd was not in sight at Laun- ceston. Should the steamar bare arrived in the course of the night, or this morning, with the English mail on board, oar " Extra," containing full intelligence,«*!!! be in the band*, of our Sub« .crlbersotspeary hoy, ¡ ¡. |M , ,, , *' .I: .'li (i

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

GENERAL ' INTELLIGENCE. A Nuisance to tiif NLiaimouitiiooo - \esterdiiy nt the Police Office, Mr rUnija^, 'epo ter lo the Daily \ius, calletl the nltcriflrtii pt the Bench to an iot?rav atc/l nuisance, eçistm^ near the j loll mr, Sanely Buy road by the continu ij ¡drunkenness ol a min turned Gaicoigne and his jinfe, who 1 veil m that neighbourhood .Mr 1 bomas described the eanduct of both, aa most cul pablo and eli gustuitr, and Wished to know if sonie means could not be adopted to ahatc the nuisance? ¡Mr Giblin "»served, that the Act wai sti/hcir-ntlv stringent to meet such eases thp lot i|atj; however, vv is with outille limit« of theCuy, bijt the not ce of the Inspector ot Police anuuld be gajjpd to tho su1ject v ! j C"NOiiEOvT(ONAr. Union-His ben the lune ppomted ft> had ng the u ual anc ¡al con'erei ce of til« above Un on, various ikcçt/ngs have been lill for the furtherance offhe fund meital principles of the Un on, and the prouoimn ot the cause generally iii the Aii«tra]j ...

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THE NATIONAL TEMPER OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 18 February 1858

TUü< NATIONAL, TEMPER OF -LNGLAXD Perhaps no other country in all the records of history has ever piesentorf so| ntlraiitngeous a tnal.ground for-iill the great problemsnf Government and soci- ety as this realm of England. /Guar,dedl from fuieign interference by natural barrier«, wealthy cnousli in "its., nati»* ric'ies, and considerable enough in it sin solar (ionniii to give dignity and weight to ali its proceedings, anti of so strong a practical temper as to suffer nothing, right or wrong, to stand in the way ol i:s daily couise of life, perhaps no' na- tion in the world ever had an equal L'hauccvof.cniiiing gradually aud safely to á- fiatiónni ""-climax: of '"saYcty' comfort, and independence/ linslnnd is no optimist : itisjietitjio fejrvcr oÇgreat principles, nor a grand alistn,« nile oí right, which has carrifd hcr.ovcr all her periodical-'convnlsioiis.'J A '-favoufiic I leader, may; win a. general interest.'.f.'it. his opinions, audV, make; them^popular,^ but aif p...

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GAUDEN AND DAIRY PRODUCE. RETAIL PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 18 February 1858

GAUDEN A\D DAÏRÏ'i?RODTJCE. Ketajl Pbices. s. d. t.' d Apples, per peck. 1 0,.., ,2 6 Apricots, per dozen, ... ,.',' 1 6 !.. 2 O Heans, French, per quart,....', '0 0 ... ' 0 6 Butter, fresh, per lb. ..¡....'..' 2 3..*. '0 '6 Butter, potted, per lb..', > 1 'g'..',' 1 10 Bacon, dried, ditto ..l.'..,..'..t ,1 'IO'..'. 1'4 Uae-on, green, ditto..'.¡, 0 O','.,1 II1 '0 Cabbuges,per doren, none. 0 0... 0 0 Cui rots, per dozen bunches... 1 6 ... 2 0 Cheese, Colonial, por lb. 1 ,-6/... ,1, 8 Cheese, Kngllsh, (best)' ditto. 1 ' 6 .'.. ' 1 '8 Cucumbers, cich .!..'. '0 6*.... 3 0 Carrant», per quart . 0 G ... 0 8 Ducks, couple ......r......// 6 [0 ... J 0 Kgg«,per'dozen"..'"'.'..,.. 0 Ö ... 1 9 Fowls, per couple...,,...'.'.'''5 0 ." Q 0 Geese, each . 7 G ... 8 6 Grapes, per lb.. <.. ,,,..','",..,.../ iJOi... /I 6 Greengages, per quart . 0 6 .... 0 0 Jain,,pcr lb.,.,',.'"'....' 0,10',... 1 0 Lardjcqmmon,'p6r lb. .'.'..;. "0,'6 ,., 0 Id Lard, hogs',ditto..'..., :.....'.. 0 "0 !.'. 1 ...

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HOBART TOWN PRICE CURRENT. AIE AND ROUTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 18 February 1858

HOBART TO'&r PRtbé CüBTlteSt. AIE AS-D rOBTEB. o to o o o O to Q O O Otoo o o I o to o o o o to o o' o ' Ale Dais's, per hbd ,.. 8 IO o to fl 15 ( i Allsopp'«, do.,. 8 lo O to 8 15 c 1 Other liurton do .... 7 d' O lo o o c Byass'» per dozen,... . 0 lo 0 to o li c Allsopp's do.0 IS 0 to o II o j *>econd-cl in brand«, do 0 8 0 to o lo o Port.r, Taylor's per hhd Co 0 to 6 Io o Urgirán s do. 5 0 0 to 5 lo o Barclay's do unsalable 4 10 0 to o o o By ass's qts per dei .. . 0 10 0 to o II o ¡second class brands, do 0 8 0 to o lo o BISCUIT Colonial cabin, rCr c»t..l 6 o to 1 lo o Navy do, .. ._. 1 3 0 to 1 0 o English tancv,asstd plb... 0 1 0 to o 1 3 BOOTS AND SHOE» ' ' Well assorted seasonable . invoices 20 to 25 p c. alv.o Do elastic sides.do . o Ladict'baots do,do.O GirVand Cluldren's,do... o Men's ira ertights unsahle o Do. lace-ups and bluchers " I (unsaleable) .»vO ¡O lo O O o ? BUILD1NO MATERIALS ! Bricks ooloo m1, per m 1 lo , o to^l 13 ( o Fire, i.......j..... S o ¡o to...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 18 February 1858

BIRTH. February 17, Mrs. E. Baker, Warwick-street, of a son.

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THE MERCURY [PUBLISHED DAILY.] THURSDAY, FEB. 18, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 18 February 1858

THE1IERCÜKY rpuiiusiii.i) imiA-.l THURSDAY, FEB. l8, 1858. Tutfappointment of the Mayor of this City js> a Magisti ate, ex oj/tcio, is a step in tlie'iight dnectibn,fso, iiLo, io the ap- pointment of, Aldi-mieu; hu; as elie Ia« i.ovv'fgrinds,-.their YVpiships liave qnh jurisdiction within the 1 mits of fur i ivk.haundni'ii-s_lTo_fddhtdííi_publJc. business, and to save public time, which is no muan ¿consideration amongst i inen eng.ag' d in trade and commerce, the jurisdiction of the "Mayor, at least, bliould be extended, by his commission as a M.igUtnito ol'ythç/ temtory : it Js til iib, with tho Mayor ip the neighbom* ing.coloiijes, and wc sec» no,reason, why tlie|samerarrangenient should not exist hl-'rü- ?",;,, , :' . í i T|ie Mayor's jurisdiction, as we have Btated.Tis, at present, restricted to.» the City,,aud,iio case, occuning even a yard bcj^iid,. its- boundaries, can lie ,adjndi-, catid upon by his Worship. Instance1) arc perpetually talcing place, in which cists are bro...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 18 February 1858

To our Country Sabssribsrs. i,rit. JOHN crMACMIGHVLL "hat trig i- etarted oi h s country tour, our Country Su'i.crebers and Vdvtrtíjm^ friends Mill obligo by landing him the amount of their respective accounts on application. JOHV DWILS. 12th Feb. ISj3 * ' H0TIC3/ ( ' > _"_ i THE MERCURY PUHLTSHINGr OFFICE l The PuVic are informed that the PUBLISH iNfVoPFICBOl''THfSÎOliaïfiîw Has boen REJIOyjED to the Prorrises lii Collins-street, recently known as the COLONIAL TIMES OFFICE, .5 r Where all communication» are requested ' " ' ' to be sent ME'MERCURY JOBTRTNriNG *< ESUAELISUME^r "Will remnn as heretofore in Macquarie- ¡ htrect, where atl\ertisciienta vtiii bt * VXCZWEl) VS .UStíATi, And business transacted for the ' BAILY MERCURY, r From Oam to 6 p m 'I he Titblishmg Office in Collins street vi ill be open J)ai!> from 9am to 10 pm, up to which time Ad\ertisemcnts md coTimunicitions will be recen ed

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 18 February 1858

THURSDAY,ihe,3t^il?RB.ni!A,C-Yil ABSOLUTE AOT)^ L^iiEpEftVED: »..h ovSlV'E fliÎTrjJï ","¡;«'j-.,.,' STEAMER «.YENU3i""iJ'î"i" : New Iîrhlcrs'nnd Machinery, tlirri»" Vewcls used ns I«&flé>'e.«,IMfrrviafAe JOfliceky-t't-^ ¿vc, forming the mitre -Stock of the 11 ohatt Tovypmrr.Ui'tfîgafjdo ,I?»ñit ! Stpiím ,- Nav!SnW^TOUdU'a J-, .if 71! ^MSlFW*A'i Are favoured willi instrucíinns from the Director.«, to sell by PuliBei'Árictlon? I'm1 conséquence orthe^llsUiUiô'ifbÎlthe Com YXlÍÍK?Í>Í^XiÍlESERÍÍE, Vi \ At the^.W^.aiffunnçrlv^jijpdjhH llinSlcainer,, oii'mynMUY'; tim 25th I'Vbriiarv, at lmlPi,ftU iêH!'-fiH't'ltaveiVo;e'oi!k,11 .'' '«'.."' rpiIE FAST "nd I'O'.VUItEUL. il'AD; X ULE S TEA M h-R- . - ndmir(»1ïlH,,i!t''< '»" »'l«',K*l»gMÍól»'Piittft-nml' g ncttít'iiv'eV ti'hili«/Aiiil«iAtïld»li'tl-'b»*'ii{'the lifi,t li«-litAr»"'ilÍ'*A^'-*fcÜ?sii»iií«<.,:'!riÍP^;yJlillX" i» a iift»l!.kiHM»lllWI"ílallltr 'eóvp'rÓM!'r.iirl co .pir-f.i>Wníw,vo»iel¡;;«h'l':L'&...

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Parliament of Casmanin. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 18 February 1858

$E*M®kßb$^mfia\ W E.D'N, E S D A' Y.! ' The PRK.VZDKNX ¡o»'; bis seal at 10 minutes | past i o'clock. í'í'H'.i .> xSticp."' , '.""" Z.'..'. ^:r. WEDGE to ask-t'ie Colonbil Secretary to-morrow '(ibu 3av),'»lietlier any 'Instructions li tv e been giv en to the sev eral DUtrirt Surre} or-i to eottiplete tlieir .surveys in accordance with the 'i'rtgnnotnctiical Sui vcy of the island ¡ and it sp, vliie moana tbey, have adopted ta nesouiplUh tbttt(end?j ,' , . , , t>. \ i , , CUIXCXST DECKEL'S BILÍ. This B.U «as read asecaiid time, and com- mitted. ,,,,,, /' tl_ lu. : ' ' 1<f cclnnTT1!E- ',' Qn proposing the) first) clause,, -, . , Xbe.fl'UXSIljEK'r expressed his dissent) to, tip J!;i,l(Jtlie operaUon.uf which ho did not think iou|(l be,eflectuully carried out, as it »as not tu bef)Uppo»e'l tfunVtho Supreme Court of this Colo»} could in any m inner interlbre will not leontlnno to do sol lho COD. SECKBTAUV contended iUM in every country «berça wrong bad been1 done, there's...

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REWARDS FOR OUR INDIAN HEROES, (From the Times, November 18) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 18 February 1858

Ibeyvaijos por o'ua*'indian I , HEROES, (From the Times, November IS) I I The honour,? of our Indian 'heroes are befciW ys-i G-. C. B. to Sir John L iwrence, If. C. .ty.'s to Havelock and Wilso i. Ii these aie instalment« we have nothing, more to say. ^e nya\ neither fidgety nor impatient, wa can ; ivait for justicp,-we can wut a proper, a jeisonabje time. The Indian atfiir | is not yet over. But it should be under- stood lint wo arc waiting, that the I Hi ¡tish public watches with a generous Í and keen jealousy the reward* of its i faithful Indian servants, that it claims justice for then), and will be content with nothing less. Meanwhile we can oojl/'fehiark that th.tt than who has-so fair as lone :rdan catt be singled out foi siíéh pjrftise~«avedí:liidiá; has got jost Jim'reward of the'General: who did not take the Redan ; that Havelock and YVilson have got for the relief of Luck- now, and, the capture ol' Delhi just winn Lord Lucan and Lord Cardigan and Sir Richard Airey ; got '...

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POLICE OFFICE—WEDNESDAY. Before His Worship the Mayor, Thomas Giblian, Esq., Aldernea Rheubon and Lewis. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 18 February 1858

POLÍCE AOFiflCB.-WJBPUBSPAY. Before $is "Worship the Mayor, Thomas , ö-ibliiijEsqjiAlelannen llheubeu and i li-'vvis.i , Jfifót1 Ckarget'.-k female drunkard j who w£i fined'the previous days for her firsfc oftencc» was now fined ¿2 for the second...' Two women were cadi fined {is j for disturbing the peace. i MUtakcn Eenieney.-Margaret Dick I alias ¡Lowe, t.l., was charged by her' muter,'"Mr. G. YV. Beaumont, Old Wharf, jiyilh being drunk, and absenting herself .without leave. I On the day before, the defendant was charged under the Mailers' and Ser- vants* 'Act vyiyK quitting her service without; leave,but Sir. Beaumont would not pr«^4b^,çharge,,the defendant bav« ' ,-- .ullteltli» "' ,', ' , irag.fjrwiisccUû^ûndl4ëU^iîLCl>rcp_crJy^ for the future. Instead, however, of doing so, slio,absented herself agan^and. returned honte"vér/drunk,'add with'heï" eye blacked, ,..,.,- . ..-..> . :? <. \ " She was"sehtence'd/tb tlircß months' imprisonment .with hard labour, and he...

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LIEUTENANT SALKELD THE HERO OF DELHI. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 18 February 1858

LIEUTENANT SVLKtiLU^ TUE I IIERO OV D15 LUI.' 0 I - ' , Ljienjeiíant Philip Salkeld of the Bengal Liipincer-, whose gnlluntiv in ¡ni tempting to b\ one of too pou dei bags at the C ish n r., G Ue of Delhi has bept| so icccntU rcooideti in thoo co I ii mi i-, is in ollie r of consideiablp ex peneuce as well a« high pi muse, though young in ^ent.^, Oar leaîlûra will re me nb^r that ni the late despatches he i»m iitijucd is lining been veiv dm geida 1) »Olinda!, and though he his ipceivtii the Victo! ia el asp It i his dai pig conduct there a¡e fe^is tint he mai i oc¡In e to eijn the distinction He. is the son of the itcv Rich ird Salkeld, foi ineriy resident at Servan, Heit Viluiie andjwas bom October U, 1830, mid c nsiqucnily is only 2~¡ yens ot age tile Tceeivpil his noimii ition to the In- dian s rvic fon the late Mi Wm As felljl Al P, a id was eduoatou at tho rnjlitarv Lollqjeqf Addiscombo Plieie Iiq was selected by competition foi the enginceis, and obtained the highest pri- zes ...

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THE INDIAN MUTINIES. THE CAPTURE OF DELHI. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 18 February 1858

I TUE l'NDl-À^AIUTIN-IES'. THE CAMP«? of 1)13 till, ."VjjjVom tfie'Tiinêï, '¿íthe 2'ífth Nov. ' j :.-.- /riie-jfilloiving letter.is. from aii.oifieer: ii) ihp gist who commanded -the party wii|clf-took-tiii»--£iiLio<t>--ai)>l--a^e^vvai4^-' .lia':l't-he,çu'a^e|^iofj;J(he;7;bjitl KiiigV yjt; 'sljojws what spirit animated every sol: ;die'i> ;ó'tig!^gd;in;'tlvé ííyge,-^nd what '¿{to* eitifcs,' vyL'i'p''.'epiiiniittod' liyr tho o.iomy. even, during tjw ! filial struggle,justifying, every-aut of pur sold'ury , which'? other-, wiso ¿..might ¡have ' had., the, look.;,' of cmelty;-. ;'j,' j ' « Ajmi-re GitvDellii, Sept'.'SÖ. '?.'.'':' Uy.dpar lj\Ul.ier,--i confess, I ¡haye;' bean somewhat remiss in my correspon-..' denWp'tlate, b»t until tlio Hsir two -or-j' thrc'e days I hal e oaen so knocked about tnat I bare in truth, h irdlv had i mo- ine it to myself At last, after hiving been hard it it for noirU four months, ne havotak'ii thisi$ cursed place' I must try ind give \ ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 18 February 1858

St ian* 'Pleasure Trip to, Ne* Moté l rntlE fivotnila steamer " MONARCH" J_ will« (weirther permuting) make n PLEASURE FXCURblOV to NLtt NOR rOLlvr on THURSDAY )8th mst, leaving the Old Wharf at liálf-pnst ten, a in , and New NöffolB «t4pm /i.Quadrttc Band m attentlanei Tickets, for the diy-5» Children-2», 6d ) J UTTKEiri^A. Wise Old Wharf, 13tli february, lo57 ! N li -TheMunorch will leave N«w (Nor- folk on,llifirsÜ>y the IStl» ;ust nthalf past 7 a mJ, tnid «lill im resume her regular trip« until Tridny afternonn, leiiiing' Ho hart Town at'the usual hoar of* Half patt three p. ra » ! t ' '° 830 fI» (i i FOR THE EAST CO^T j i i Cillinç ßi; spring Bay, Swanport, Bicheno, and Falmouth ! mm, CLIPPER SCHOONER " IRIS . J_ J, Dawson Mister, \y/ll ian" ns above, on or about Trida) 19th ins) [ r* r^iglit or Passage, payable in 1 own, apply to Tno* Paterson, Old \Miarf Fcb 17, 18jS JÖ70,ri9 MELTJOUR'ttE LINE or TICKETS Fók mer bourne du« cr IllL line First Class Brig < NORIrí S...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 18 February 1858

/jUi ¡ i / /l'n! î!ï i MECHANICS' INSTITUTE FOR~ | THE HUON. A ¡T A PUBLIC MELTING, held m th A ' Culloden steamer Stores, Franklin, ot the Gth January, 1858, to establish a Mc chames' Institut» in the Huon District, E A Walpole, Esq ,1'M, presiding, the follow ing resolutions' were adopted - Proposed by J. D Balfe. Esq . M H A seconded by Geo \\ luting, Esq , " That this meeting fully recognixe» Um importance of establishing, on a permanent basil a Mechanics Insti ute, at Franklin for the advancement of science, and the e petial benefit of the rising generation in the Huon District, and stands pledged to use all proper and effectual means tor the attainment of this important object It is therefore resolved that as a preparatory step, subscription lists be forthwith opened at Franklin, Victoria, Port Cygnet, Castle Forbes Bay, Hospital Ba), and other pirts ot the District, alto at Hobart 1 own and elsewhere, morder to procure tho requisite funds for the erection of a suitable buildi...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENGE. ENTERED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 19 February 1858

SHIPPING INTELLIGENGE, Elfi'EItED OUT. yob. l8-Sapphire, barque, 2i>5 tons, San- derson, for South Seas-. CLEAHED OUT. Feb. 10-Tasmania, barque, 2SI tons.TJppen bee!;, for Newcastle, N. S. W., in ballast. «AU.ipQ. Feb. 13-H. S-'Page, barque, for Port Albert. LAUNCESTON SHIPPING. (BY ELECÏMO TLEOIlArn ) AUniVAl. Feb. l8-Royal Shephard (s.) from Mel- bourne. MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. '* Tim PnoroscD SusMiniNE Tunnel iietweex Fiianoe AND Bnolaxd.-A corres pondent writing to The Times on the possibility of a railway cimimunicntlan across the Channel, says:-" Observing in JV)e Tirn&i of ibis day a prçragrap.h headed'Su,bm»rine Tunnel beiwoen Franoá Bild England,' in wh'oh -li.e Intention* of the French engineer M. de Gamond are detailed, and wherein it is stated that the idea of the tun- nel was brought under the attention of the Em- peror some time »ince, and a Committee formed to report thereon,-permit me to remark that J brought under the Emperor of the French, some considera...

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YESTERDAY'S MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 19 February 1858

TESTE B DAY'S MARKETS. Not much has been doing in the grain market to-day, and the downward ten- dency was confirmed. Wheat is quoted at 7s Gd to 73 9d, no sales being effected beyond that figuro, Sp,mp pqlonjal oats were sold at Qs to Us 6d, nccoiding to the sample ¡ foreign oats are very little in demand, and do not realizo beyond 5s and 5s Gd. Cape barley is coming in rather more freely, and sales have been effected at Gs to 7s, according to quality. English barley is still very scarce, «nd 3s is the quotation given. The maiket is now vyell supplied with hay, hut the demand is not very bri=k ; loose hay ranges from £6 to £7 15s per to», ac- cording to quality ¡ the country pressed from ¡68 to £S 10s ¡ and the hydraulic presad fetohes £9 per ton. Very little is doing in potatoes, nnd the market is very scantily supplied ; prices remain unaltered, being still quoted at £7 10s to £11 per ton, according to the '.ample But few onions have yet çqme intq the I market, anti thoy ayo sUU ...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. WE do not identify our opinions with those of our Correspondents. To the Editor of the Hobart Town Daily Mercury. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 19 February 1858

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. Wfi do not identify oar opinions with tboso of our Correspondents. To the Editor of the Hobart Town Daily Mercury. Silt,-The sum of five thousand pounds having been voted by the government for the making of a load to the Huon River, it is to bo hoped that the money will not bo expended on an almost impracticable line, which is at present recummended by a few intere'sted parties. The inhabitants of the Fiank iin township have long suffered from the inconvenience ÔT having no direct road to Hob irt Town, and now th it an op- portunity has occurred, and the money ha« been granted, it will be a public loss if through the contention of political parties the money should be squandered to suit the convenience of a few indivi- duals. It has been admitted by experienced S'irveyois that tho bçst íoulo far a road to tip Haiqp would ho ffom tI\o IJing-i ston Township in an almost direct line to the Sandfly lviyulet.tho nature of the oountry (to aay nothing of the ten or...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Daily Mercury, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
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