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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 23 February 1858

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.   Feb. 22-Heather Bell, ship. 472 tons, Harmsworlh, from London via Plymouth 1st December 1837 with cargo. Passengers-Miss Baker, Master Macdowell,-Mail 4 parcels from Plymouth. Agents Brown & Co.   ENTERED OUT Feb. 22-Harriett Nathan, barque, 127 tons, Lloyd, for Geelong. Feb. 22-Brothers, sch., 60 tons, Toney, lor Geelong. ,   CLEARED OUT.   Feb. 22-Amasis, brig, 216 tons, Kruger, for Sydney, with cargo. Passengers Mr Peacock, and two steerage. SAILED. Feb. 20-Sapphire, barque, 25-1. tons, Saun dersnn, on n whaling voyage. Feb. 21-Tasmania, barque, for Äcwcastle, N. S. Wales. IMPORTS. Heather Kell from London-1 caro stationery, A C G OH en ; 7 packages merchandize, Tboni «>n & Cumming; 21 crates earthenware, G Taylor; 02 qr. barrels gunpowder, T 13'Chap- man & Co ; 10 qr case«, Kerr, Bogle & Co. ; _t> cratcs.G Taylor ; 53 packages hops, S Moses & Co. ;2 casks) J...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Daily Mercury, The
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INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 23 February 1858

INDIA. Intelligence lias been received that the Nana Sahib is near Nagjde with a very large force, and that he means to besiege S.vugor, unless the arrival ol reinforcements should compel him to move in another direction.-Englishman Jan. 7th. (The above to a great extent contra- dicts the report extracted from the Eng- lishman of Jan. 5th, in our issue of yes- terday.) THE LUCKNOW IIETUQEES.-The fir» ing of two guns from Port William at half-past 5 yesterday afternoon an- nounced to the inhabitants of Calcutta that the Madras, containing the first party of ladies and children, and of sick and wounded officer*, belonging to the heroic garrison of Lucknow, had passed Atchcepore. A large assemblage speedily collected at Prinsep's Ghaut, to witness their landing, and the Governor-Gene, ral's state barges and carriages were also in attendance. But it was intimated th.it in coiiBequence of the lateness of the hour, lhere was no chance of the refugees landing until early the follow- ing mo...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 23 February 1858

S ï D N E Y. We have Sydney journals to the 13th inst. All Sydney has been alive during the last law ' days with rumours respecting the accomplished swinder Miranda, who has succeeded in duping the Joint Stock B ink lo the tune of £20,000, and who seems at present likely to get, clear, off witli his boot¿r, Eriday's, Empire gives tho follqwing, which is the clearest ver- sion yet published of'the affair : "Though very different statements have obtained currency respootiug the great' fraud which thora is no doubt has been perpetrated by the accomplished swindler Mirauda? wg Lavo good reasou to believe the following at'S substanti« ally the facts .of the case ;-About Octo- ber last the Australian Joint Stock Bank received a package purporting to be direct from the house of Baring Broths, accrediting Miranda, as a member of the well-known house of Miranda Broths., ' "Lisbon, to a large amount with the bank. The packages aho enclosed let- ters for Miranda himself. These docu- ments lay ...

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GENERAL POST OFFICE. General Post Office, 23rd February, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 23 February 1858

»BNERAL^EOST OFFICE. Genets) Post O.lice, ' 23rd February, 1833 .nip MATU will be closed at Hobart To,vu as jvien- ' I'or Adelaide and Sydney, via Melbourne, «u-.t vessel, Wednesday next, nt I p. ra. For'Slellkrarno, per City of Hobart, do, ut 2 u. m.-oefJ-> - . tí^.u.. .' S. T. UAT!D15GE, Pubtmastcr. Mail» for Sydney «"»/'«?£« £ "¿^ ,p "t this ort.«, and forwarded v a Mel .¿urne, by everj- steam vcfeel departing '">"> flobart'Towh or Lamieoäton.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 23 February 1858

, » A -.><!!.. .<. . il For Jacob's;Rivcr, Bluff Harbour, arid other Port'ur I'ort's in New Zealand, should auf» fiaient.inducement offer, to bail on Thurs- day, the 2óth February. ' ; ,"> .»¡w THE barque FREE TRADER, ,<$jft¡¡»s ? .' 300 tons burthen, »**'- i JAMES Tnoji, Commander. For freight, either of stock or niercliun« dize, cabin and steerage passages, apply to j W. A. QUESDON & Co., Auctioneers. ' Co'lins street; feb. 15, .1858. ' . ' . This vessel is engaged to carry n quantify1 of sheep and Ftock, but has room, fittings, with perfect ventilation for 1000 to- 1300' more sheep ; she offers a very favourable' op- portunity (to shipper«, as she is well known asa fiístJcla5* atock VOFFCI, having boen built exprcssly'for that trade-her cnliro loss of s'ock in her last cargo' to' New Zealand was 10 .sheep. , u _>. ' STEAM TO MELBOURNE. - "Vk .THE T.S.N. Co,'. St'<.m Shin «gSKnfV "CITY OF HOBART" SÄÄÄWi1^ will leave for ...

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AWFUL CONFLAGRATION!! [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 23 February 1858

AWFUL jCONFLAGRATION ! ! SiioiiTLY before four o clock this morn ing, a mostjiilaranrig firo broke out on LiverpooUtrcet, near ' Murray-street, and .which, jafc one time, owing to the high. v. ind that was blowing, threatened to devastate far and wide. The fire is sup posed, to have originated in the shop of Mr. Williams,, the tobacconist, whence it rapidly spread to the adjoining tene- ments, mostly of wood, one lately occu- pied by-Mr. Johnson Sharpe, tho but- cher,- and the adjoining one now in the occupation of Mr. G. Harriss, who but ye&terdaytookviosscssioii audfilledit with goodia. These wooden hoiues were quickly consumed, and though the engines vvcro playing with great force, the lire rapidly spread to the Duke cf Clarence, public-house, which quickly fell a prey j to the devastating clement, as, also, did Mr. Hoggins', the pastry-cook, and the housu of an i industrious dealer of the name ¡of .Moore. To particularise the exertions of tho conductors of the en- gines ...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. WE do not identify our opinions with those of our Correspondents. VISITORS. To the Editor of the Daily Mercury. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 24 February 1858

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. We do no1 identify our opinions with those of om- Correspondent«. V I S I T O Ti S. To the Editor of the Daily Mercury. Sir,-A short time since I observed an article in your valuable paper, re- specting the want of move, and better accommodation for visitors from the neighbouring colonies. This has been lately exemplified by the arrival of many persons, who, though not complaining ol' the present lodging houses, would, many of them, much rather live at a good ho- tel, where they would be moro indepen- dent, by being able to order what they required, without being at the trouble ul providing for themselves, as expense ap- pears to bo of no object, ¡it least, with some of them. You will be pleased to hear, that among the late ¡u rivals, one ol' thom (Mr. Fitzgerald, an extensive sheep proprietor from New Soivm Wales), lins taken a limey to some of our Tiis , manum stock. This gentleman has just returned from Oatlands, where he has purchased about '20 very supo...

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THE "LEVIATHAN" OR "GREAT EASTERN." [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 24 February 1858

THE <. LEVIATHAN" OR "GREAT EASTERN'." Tub effort to push the Leviathan into the Thames was renewed on tho "¿Stli of November, aud folio .ved up on the two following diys. The hydraulic rams were applied with continuous enerby, and some progress was made. Tlie totil progress of the huge ship down tliy ways w.is 3G feet aft, and 34 feet IO inches forward. On the 1st of Dec. the Leviathan would not move ; but in the midat of tho experiment one of the great hydraulic rams burst, and thus terminated the attempts for th'tfcdiy. The two next days were occupied in fixing new rams, aud in repairing the tnooriug-tackle intended to drag the vessel towards the river. Mr Brunel renewed his gigantic labors on tho 3rd of December. The ship made some pro- gress, slipping at one time, perceptibly, a "distance of 10 ine'.ioä. lu two hours she moved ii feet 9 inches forward and 12 feet 7 inches aft. Her total distance moved since the lira!; attempt was -l8 feet 7 inches forward and 4,'J ft...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 24 February 1858

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. MONDAY. Present-The Bight Worshipful the Mayor, Aldermen liheubeii, Barrett, Propsting, Lewis, Murdoch, Lipscombe, and Stewart. KAXOJUlOO VOt.VT ItnCATTA. Before the business of the Council was commenced, the Town Clerk wished to bring under notice, an application from the Committee of Kanguroo Point Regatta for the patronage ol' the Cor- poration. A deputation of the Committee was in attendance, and intimated, that they Idid not desire the patronage of the Governor but only that of the Corpor I ation. On the motion of Alderman Rheuben, it was decided, that the Mayor should communicate with the Secretary, in the usual manuer. t , The minutes of the last meeling were read, and confirmed. ; The usual list of changes of occupa- tion was read by the city collector, and the nnmes of the. occupants ordered to be inserted on the Electoral Roll. UErOllTS. Several reports from the various com- mittees were brought up and adopted. They referred solely to private mutters, in...

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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 24 February 1858

AMERICA. Recent nccouiils from tin United States reported tint tin panic had "died out all over the country," and " money was the shadow of n shade easier." Neiv pheuo mena-hunaer demonstrations-were going on in New York. .Men were pnriding the streets with banners bearing the words in English of " Work or Death ;" in French, " Du Travail on la Mort;" in German, "Für Arbeit oder Tod. "' At one of tlnse meetings a man wairo te! (ho step? of th» Exchange, and, cheered by the mob, siid they must have work or hreid ; that the wealthy m-'ii in that street lind millions lying idle, and that thoie millions must be circulated in order that " the peaple might gat some of it and buy broad." They would not starve ; though there were millions about, they would keep the peace; they woul I incn>as3 '-in numbeis irresistible ¡q strength," mid march day by day through the streets, but the " boys" would keep the pe ice. In Phill dvlphiu sums excitement itiw occisio.ied !>y a gang of about u do...

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THE "TRADE WIND." [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 24 February 1858

THE "TRADE WIND"           Another emigrant vessel has just entered our waters with typhus fever on board. We congratulate the Govern-    ment on having in this instance acted with such sufficient promptitude and energy as to disarm criticism. The "Trade Wind," after a somewhat lengthy passage of one hundred and ten days, arrived in Storm Bay the day before yesterday. She has on board the   Rev. Mr. Drake, with more than two hundred and fifty bounty immigrants of both sexes. Yesterday morning a sig- nal was passed up to town about nine o'clock, conveying the unpalatable news that five deaths had occurred on board ;   that five persons were yet sick ; two of these latter are reported as decidedly typhus fever, the others are cases of low continuous fever. The immigrants' stores and medical comforts had all run out, and prompt supplies of port wine, medicines, and other matters were...

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INDIAN RELIEF FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 24 February 1858

INDIAN RELIEF FUND. A Pr/nLic Meeting is announced' to take place at the Theatre,Royal on FrU diy next, in aid of the fand for- the re- lief of the sufferers by the Mutiny in India, on which occasion HislS^cellency will preside in 'the absence of the Mayor, who has been called to Mel- bourne on urgent business. There his never been a calamity which has so generally called forih the sympathy of all classes, so fraught with fearful incident, so terrible in its results, as the brutal butchery, perpetrated by the mutinous Sepoys upon the helpless British people in India. We eau con- ceive their enmity to the oflicers, and, even the civilians, but their dreadful and savage ' cruelty to women and children marks thi-» mutiny with tenfold horror aud disgust. The sympathy of the civilized world is, however, with the sur- viving sufferers, and with the relatives of those, who were thus uariuuly sacri- ficed to the insme vengeance of blood- thirsty savages. Tasmania, over for wai d and ready i...

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PROPOSED TRANSPORTATION OF SEPOYS TO WESTERN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 24 February 1858

PROPOSED TRANSPORTATION OF SEPOYS TO WESTERN AUSTRALIA. The following is extracted from one of Indophilus' letters in the Times : As the Sepoys would be employed for life on useful hard labour, and would therefore remain a class entirely apart fi-cn the rest of the population till they died, this case is not open to the ordi- nary objections to the reception of eouricts. A committee of gentlemen, landowners, and others interested in the colony of Western Australia, has already offered to take any number of them. The climate of that colony is healthy, and not very .dissimilar to that of some of the northern provinces of Donga!. Tho proximity of the colony to India would facilitate the conveyance of the convicts thither ; the position of ir, bounded ¡is it is to the south and weat by the ocein, and to the north e.i3t by an almost uninhabited and in mnny places arid desert country, would ren- der tlie detention of thom when there a matter of little or no difficulty j while abundance ol...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 24 February 1858

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. Feb 2ii-Balmoral, schooner, 113 tons, Bio« n, fiom Newcastle, New Sout'i Wales, 15th hist,, with I'll! tons coal; agents, King & Patterson. Pcb. 23-Tasmania (s), 2i>5 tom, Clinch, f|oin ifydniy, 19th instant, willi cargo; pissen geifc, Miss Oakes, Mis Evans, Mrs Coates, Miss Coules, Mis-. Hamilton, Air Casper, Ilov Mr Walsh, Mr Chester, Mr O'Qrady, Mr Park, and 13 steer igo; 111 ni, 2 bags, 1 paper p.ticel, uni 20 loose lettors ; qgont, C Toby. Feb 28-Menkar, ship, 871 tons, Bloomfield, from New Zealand 5th iust-uit, with oil and bone, DXTEilED OUT. . Feb 23-North Stai, brig, 122 ton-, Dall, foi Melbourne. Peb 23-Eclipse, scb, 100 toni, Wolfe, for Port Albert. Pcb 23-City of Hobart, (s) 363 ton», Bentley, for Melbourne. Passengers-Mrs Pay no, child, and seivant, Mr and ¿Mrs K Casper, Mis Hnrrietto, Mr E li Cole, Mr UroeU, Mr Hay mond, Mrs Hnbmson, Mrs Muriay, -Miss Bow- den, 2 children, MUs Jane Hellings, Mr ami Mrs G. Watcihouse, Mr Francis and 't ...

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GENERAL POST OFFICE. General Post Office, 24th February, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 24 February 1858

-.¿GENERAL POST OFFICE. Défierai Post Office/ J < 21th February, 1838. -BIP"MAILS will be closed at Hobart Town as! i.nderi- . For Adelaide and Svdncy, via Melbourne, tint vowel, this day at 1 p. ni. ?niFor Melbourne, per City of Hobart, do., at _ tJl> , S. T. IIaxdinoe, Postmaster. Mr ,? for Sydney and Adelaide arc made ..tp at this oiSce, »ml forwarded ya £.el '.ourne, by every bteam vi-el departing- from ,5/obart Town or Launceston.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 24 February 1858

/ > KOTÏCS. _ o THE MERCURY PUBLISHING OFFICE. ',0 1 ^o %"3jTho Pnblie arc informed that the .0/ . 1 PUBLISHING OFFICE OF THIS JOURNAL ». i ' / ?¿Has been REMOVED to the Premises lin Cplhns-street, recently known as the ''« COZO&IAL TIMES OFFICE, *10 '' ' ' "Where all communications are requested to be sent b' . ¡I I -0 j/TCTE MERCURY JOB PRINTING .w ,', , ESTABLISHMENT 1 Will remain as heretofore in Macqnarie .street, where advertisements will be IlECEIVEI) AS USUAli, And business transacted for the BAILY MEROUBY, i\ i From D a.m. to G p.m. The Publishing OTiea in Collins-street -will be open Duly from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m., up to whieli/timo, Advertisements and communications will be íeceived. To'our Country Subscribers. ViTR- J0IIÎÎ c- MACMICHAEL having lix. started ou his country tour, our .^-Country Subscribers a'ld Advertising friends "'.vcttl oblige by bandin" him the amount of . ti j\ i . their respective necotiuts on application. ', " ' JOHN DAVIES. , "I2thFeb., IS'i...

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GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 24 February 1858

GENERAL JNTELMGENCE. Masonic.-St. John's Day.--Wo quote the EiigliiJnna», .lan. 0 :-f'irsuaiit to public notice, the Masonic Provincial Grund Lodge, ntcom panind by tho several Lodges in Calcutta ami tim Scote'h Lodge St. David's in the Ensr, inarched from the Tree Mason's, Hall to fit. Andrew's Church, yesterday, at 11 a in. After Divino Scrvie'O, ii very eloquent and impi essiyu sermon was preached hy the Iicv. Mr Horilmiui, who took his tout fiom the Book of Kings and foreibly dwelt upon thavvuro of insurrection 'that lins lulled over tho hulton umpire in the cours« ol' tho iievcr-to-bc-foigotten year 1S57, pointing out that, from the coinineucemoiit of the outbreak, Mofnss'd subscriptions have been ' '»topped, and making ii powerful and apparently sueces-fiil ,'ij)])eil to the nuiiieious congrega!ion lhere assembled in aid of the Masonic Fund of Benevolence. A veiy dense ero» d of iiuropeam and Native-, gntlicred round Hie entrance of tho Churi'h to witness tin» show, and the gr...

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FIRE IN LIVERPOOL—STREET. ADDITIONAL PARTICULARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 24 February 1858

FIRE IN LIVERPOOL-STREET. ADDITIONAL PARTICULARS. WE have ascertained the following addi- tional particulars in reference to. this ex- tensive conglagration. Mrs. Moore, who lived next door to Mr. Williams, the to- bacconist, about half-past 3 o'clock in the morning was suddenly awakened by a loud crackling noise, and springing out of bed, she perceived Mr Williams's pre   ' mises all on fire, or, as she descrilxHl it, " in a glow, like a burning fiery furnace." Sho immediately nought her children, four in number, and, with the assistance of her hush md, succeeded in rcmovin" them to a place of safety ; they also saved a few articles of beddinn- and fur- niture, hut the bulk was burnt, as was also the whole of the stock-in-trade. The alarm soon became general, and a scene of great confusion ensued in the hum to try to save the property of the adjoin- ing houses. We have already mentioned the buildings that were" destroyed, and may add that a large amount of pro- perty h...

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POLICE OFFICE.—TUESDAY. Before His Worship the Mayor, and A. Kennerly Esqre. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 24 February 1858

POLICE OFP1CE.-TUESDAY. Before His Worship the Mayor, and! A. Kennerly Esqre. Night charges.-Two drunkards were each fined ¿I, and n ticket-of-leave female was sentenced lo three months imprisonment for disturbing the peace in u public house. A common Braider:--Tames Graham a labouring mau, was charged by con- stable Bussell with being a common disturber of the peace. The constable stated, that h ¡j atten- tion was called to the defendant by three ladies in Elizabeth-street, lasft night ; he was quarrelling with his wife. Police Serjeant Deaue said, ha had known iho defendant nearly two years ; "losiw him last night in Elizabeth-street, where he was creating a great distur- bance ; witness heard that he had bran« dished aii axe over his wife's head-1; tlw defendant had been previously fined for disturbing the peace, in October lost, and ou tho 1st of the present month. The defendant declared, that he was making no noise nfc all : tlib "ladies" mentioned by the constable, were his ow...

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THE MERCURY [PUBLISHED DAILY.] WEDNESDAY, FEB. 24, 1858. POLICE AND GAOLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 24 February 1858

,p:HE MERCURY .jin i, r .,", fpffBLTSIlED DAI T. Y. "J "'f WEDNESDAY, FEB. 21, I85S. . i* - _ POLICE AND GAOLS. Our Monday's Issue contained the Re- port presented to each House, on Satur - ?day last, by th" Joint Committee, ap- pointed to preparo a memorial to the uHonie Government, on the subject of I the claims of this colony for compensa- tion in the matter of police and gaols. ill'' 'S ?> | . mTlie Report was adopte 1 by eich House, and we presume, will at once he acted on. That this colony makes no unreason- able demand, must be at once conceded. Whatever) men's > views have been, or may now; be, with respect to the policy of this polony in times past, there can be Imt ono opinion on the breach of faith of "'"Britain towards Tasmania. The with ""'draival of solemnly guaranteed contribu *Jtiohs iii"nid of a police expenditure, swollen ' largely in consequence of the continued , importation , of the worst classe^ . of ; .British offenders, is op- pressive and unjust ; so o...

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