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THE MERCURY [PUBLISHED DAILY.] THURSDAY, FEB. 25, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 25 February 1858

THE MERCURY ml V > f FtTBTitSlIE!> DAILY,") THURSDAY, FEB. 25, 1858. ,Ü'J" C0LOÎÎTA.T, history will probably present | __ a* series of extraordinary precedents for gomo years to come. It is likely enough *{'' 'ta be so'. For it is scarcely conceivable f.ii 3/,'ff,-- . ti .11 ' ..mi1,, ?},, , that any community could , suddenly reform , its political constitution and avoid all hluuderings at the outset. Just, now the Sydney Journals' are full of the details of a much mistaken exercise1 of prérogative on the p.u'b of tlur1 present Chief Secretary of New fusi/South Wales, 'the Honorable Chaiims -iai;'CowPiE j Esq. We congratulate our ic.oJ'felloWj^colonists on one thing ; and it is, tbat,t although borrie mistake« have been made in.Tasmania, no such unconstitu tional.pervcision of the légitimât» uses «of Executive authority lias ever occurred «» !' It liere. It is perhaps probable that the INew South Wales, Parliament has trans- ¡ flcWctedt7iís ' business-and particular'}' Ä j it...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Daily Mercury, The
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POLICE OFFICE.—WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 25 February 1858

POLICE OFFICE.-WEDNESDAY. Before A.-'B: Jones," Esq., Aldermen Lewis and Rheuben. s i Kight Charges. - Three drunkards were each fined £1, for the first offence, and a fomale was fined £2, for her second offence, with the usual alternative of a, short imprisonment for the non-payment! of the penalty. 'Two female brawlers were each fined| ös, for disturbing the pcice. i Disobedience of Orders.-A pass holder named William Yenker was charged with disobeying his master's or- ders, in refusing to clean the horses. Prisoner pleaded not guilty. Mr. J. Cockram deposed that prisoner was in lus employment. Last night, witness ordered prisoner to cloau the horses, this he refused to do, saying that he intended to get drunk that night. Prisoner did go out, and returned intoxi catcd. ', ' 'Prisoner in his defence said, he had taken his things to get washed, and had boen detained through the rain. The Bench sentenced the prisoner to one month's imprisonment with hard labor,and recommended that he...

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INDIA. THE INSURRECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 25 February 1858

I xs D I A. THE IJStUBICIfOÏ, The Friend of India of 31st Dec. says : There is a lull in the operations of the campuign. The rebels have been r.e duced.tpthe defensive, and without a-' leader or a policy have nothing ,to attack. Apparently they have not even ail idea of concentration, and await the next blow with a calmness which has more of cowardice than re- solve. Sir Colin Campbell is gathering up his'^trength for the next great stroke, and meanwhile we hear only of marches and collections of troops. Jung Baha door is marching slowly down through (r n-uclqjorc. Brigadier Cnambei lain li is but just started with his levies. The j column which is to restore order in Central India is marching to Indore,and for some days to come no great achieve- ment is likely to be recorded. Let us take advantage of the interval to ex- amine our prospects of success. Wo have never been among those who looked for a speedy termination of the mutinies. We did not believe when the first catastrophe oc...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 25 February 1858

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THE SIEGE OF DELHI. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 25 February 1858

THE SIEGE OP DELHI. With: the permission of the Gorernor G¿neral the Friend of India has published, in its issue of 7th January, a narrativeof tho campaign in 1857 against tin mutineers of the Banoal army and other insurgents assembled at Delhi. The writer is Major H. W. Norman, Deputy Adjutant-General of the Army. We annex a portion of his narrative - which is throughout replete with inte- rest-commencing with the bombard- ment : Early in November (says Major Nor- man) the «lego train being olose at hand, preparations were made for the com- mencement of active operations for the cipture of Delhi, and one of the first things done was to form a trench to the left of the Sammy House, at the end of which a battery was constructed for four 0-pounder, and two 21-pounder howit- zers. The object of this battery was to prevent sorties from the Lahore or Cabul gates passing round the city wall to an. noy our breaching batteries, and also to assist in keeping down the fire ol' the Moree basti...

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THE CAPTURE OF THE KING OF DELHI, AND EXECUTION OF HIS SONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 25 February 1858

THE CAPTURE OF THE KING* CM? DELHI, AND EXECUTION. OJ? HIS SONS. Tue following particulars of the eff.pfore of the King of Dilhi, and the eX'¿«itíon of two of his elder sons and a '/raodson, may (says the Times) be relied on as authentic, and effectually dispose of the* charge of treachery attempted to be brou^lft against Lieut. Hodson :- > " On the morning on which the c'.ty and palace wera finally evacuated, the whole of tho avuilftblo- cavalry m o vedi out through the suburbs in the fiirec tion of, but on the road to, tho K.ootub,. and marched to tho top of the, bill on which sit«nds the-'JSedgjih-,'' thoncs over- looking the camp oi the ß-ireilly and Nussecrabnd mutineers, under 'General' Bucktowac K'ian, (¿uondam. Subadur of artillery. \% \iva soon pevceived by un mistakaabjo signs that the camp was/ being evacuated, aud Boon after a loudl explosion took place, which told to prac- tised ears that tho rebels were blowing up their ammunition previous to a flight, »ntl 'lodsou'...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 25 February 1858

For Jacob's Un *r BltifT Harbour, nml other ' Port or Ports in New Zea'imtl, should suf ftc'cnt indiuement ofT«.r, to sail on Mon- day, ths 1st Mas eli ?^AjL 1HE barque TRî:r TRADn, /Mff 3"0 tons burthen, ar«ÇrT>^, j cubs Timm, Co mainder For freight, o tlicr ot st >ck or me chun« d ?c, cabin mid « teerige pacage«, ajjpl> to W A. Gdesdo i & Co , Auctioneers. Collin? street, Teb 1 % 183«! Tins vess»l ir engaged tp cam a qunntit) of sheep and «tock I ut has room, fitlinjs with perfect \tnt laiton for 1000 to 1200 more .?beep , sh" offers a\ei) ia\ pirabh op ?psrtuni^ to shipper*, as f-ho is well knoun as n fir-»t class stick -c=sel, hat mc been built expressly for til it trade-her entire Id's of stock tn her las* cargo to New Zealand was 10 sli°ep STEAM TO SYDNEY, VIA UOfOLD BAY «a?; THE TSN (Vs bTBUTSHIP " »T A S Wr A. N I A" ' "Will lenvo for SYDNEY Ma TWO 1<<H,D HAY on ni about- THUHS DAY, the 25th Fein nary, at noon Ciîuit/rs Tom, Manager T S...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 25 February 1858

STEAM TO MELBOURNE. THET.S.N. Co,'*- SteamShip ^. "CITY OP HOBART" _ sfXiT will leave for MEL BOURNE on WEDNESDAY, the 10th March, 1S5.8, at 3 o'clock. í Chaules Tobt, Manager, T. S. N. Co. Franklin Wharf, Feb. 2-1, 1858. 82S For Melbourne Direct. THE Fast Sailing Schooner URANIA, ~~x*¿z£&&7 G. J. Dodd, JJ aster. ?¿kzsÉSzsi Tor freight apply to the Master on boaid ; or to, L. Phillips, G, Kew Wharf. 901 te Dickens' New Christmas Tale. qillK PERILS OF CERTAIN ENG X L1SH PRISONERS, und their Ti ea siiie in Women, Children, Silver, and Jewels, foi ming the CIlftlSTMAS NUMUER of ' . household words. , Price Sixpence; free by post for One Shilling. ' J Hit Received by Overland Mail at J. WALCH & SONS, I Ilobait Town and Launceston, I NEW MAI'S OF INDIA, prico Two Shilling!), colouied, at J.. WALCH & SONS, Hobart Town and Latinee ston. y Municipal Council. ? " Town Clerk's Office. IT dS HEREBY notified to nil Douler*-, in gunpowdci, mid all butchers, cartel...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 25 February 1858

BIRTH At Geelong, on the 13th instant, the wife of John Guthrie Esq. , Collector of Customs, of a son.     MARRIED. At Perth, on the 18th instant, by the Rev Alfred Stackhouse, EDWARD WAKEFIELD MORRAH, Esq. , Manager of the Bank of Australasia, Beechworth, Victoria, to FANNY JANE, fourth daughter of the Hon. W. P.   Weston, Esq., of Hythe, Longford.  

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF HOBART TOWN. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 26 February 1858

SHIPPING- INTE LIGE ¡YOE. l'Oit I' OF llOUAKl' ÏOUW AlMIVSD. Febiinry 21-Abbey, schooner, 91 tous, Hughe-, from Geelong, tilth insfanl, ii ballast. Agents-Gilles, ]5ros. Feb. 25-.rune, schooner, 142 tons Lo Neveu, from Adelaide, lath instant, with «argo, l'as 1 sengers--Mrs. Lo Nevon, and 2 children, Misa X Smith. Agents-Mitulng, Bros. TNTfltED OIj T. February 23-Tyne, scluoncr, 01 tons, Aked, for Melboiiine. ' OtEABEl) OUT. February 25-Freak, schooner, 91 lons, Christy, for Geelong, with cargo. February 25-North Star, hi ig, 122 tons, Hall, for -Melbourne, with caigo, Passengers Messru. Motley, Merry, and Heard. I . SAILED. ' February 24-Brollan ¿, schooner, for Mel- bourne. Keb. 25-Australasian Packet, barque, on n >t ivhilling voyage. »croma. ' .Tun<># horn Adelniib-Half n ton potatoes, part of original cargo from Hobart Town ; 120 1 Lags flour, Le Neveu. KXronT?. " Fn>uk, for Geelong-Forty thousanil ft. I timber, 41,0011 laths, 10,000 palings, Maning Bros, to...

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YESTERDAY'S MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 26 February 1858

YESTERDAY'S MAllKETS. Business was exceedingly quiet tlroughoul. the day, very few sales being elected. We heard that some Ade lalle wheat, ex Picard, realized Ss per ui'shel, but in most quarters wheat is still quoted at 7s Gd lo 7s 9d the best samples. Colonial oats arc stationary i at 5s to (is 6J. and now come in rather freely. Poreign oats are dull of sale at '5sto 5s (id. Capo bailey is quoted at Iii to 7s, according to quality, and meets wiui homo enquiry, A i'ew parcels uf i r, Eujlish harley were sold at 8s per lHia!u.'l, but I lie market ¡3 very bare ol' this article, ilay comes iu very plen- tiful!/, hut the (ieinnud is not brisk; loose hay may be quoted al £ö to £7 10s peí ton, according to quality ; country prtssed hay fetches £7 10s t0 £8, and the hydraulic pressed £8 10s to £0. Potatoes aro in demand, and the advance is miiiulaineJ, present quo- tations bein,,' ¡CO to £12 per (on, accord- ing to sample. Onims meet with con- siderable enquiry, nul realize £ll> to £1...

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POLICE OFFICE—WEDNESDAY. Before A. B. Jones Esq,, Aldermen Lewis and R[?]ben. THURSDAY (Before A. B. Jones Esq., a[?] Alderman Barrett.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 26 February 1858

POLICE OFLlCEL.wjäD^y^^ Before A B. Jones W Aldermen Lewis and IllVben THUIiSDA\ (Before A. B. Jones Esq, a\u Alderman Barrett.') \ Night Chargen.-One dmikard a miserable looking emaciated Vemale named Mary Mitchell, was fined ¡i)St 0l, fourteen days' imprisonment foKhei fifth offence. \ One disturber of the peace was ii\ja 5s. \ Charge of Forgery- William Lcu> wa-, charged with lorgiug an order for the payment of £8, with intent to de- fraud Thomas Hamilton. Ho was re- manded till to-morrow, this day. Application for Sureties. - Jan« AVluie complained of Je^ie Barber, for thieatening to tike her life, and all be- longing to her, and ¡ia she trul3' believed that she would put her threat into t'Xe culion, Mrs. White prayed, thal Mrs, Barber bo bound over in sureties to keep ¿he pence. On a promise by the defendant not to molest ¿lie complain¡in¿, the information wa.s withdrawn, on payment of costs by Mis. Barber.

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HORTICULTURAL SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 26 February 1858

HORTICULTURAL SHOW. Ytsterday the secoua summ.T Exhi- bition took placo ¡it the New Market, and aa wc anticipated the shaw of lruit was most excellent. . Wa were ploasedii to observe, .that' attention had been/1 principally paid' tj the cultivation ol'T such fruits ¡is ¡ire most useful foi" ¿;M¡)£ general requirements' qí the çom;nunit3Îim and also for exportation to the neiglvfmt' bour'my; oqlqnjes,, although, in atha'as hands, the, improvement was very sali'?"!' .factory., ' * /ài.ôî ' We can oasily ooiicoivc that a kimi lu ; competition may exist between ] «>ni really experienced and practical gani ers employed by our wealthy citizens the present exhibition has hhowu, us,] such a friendly rivtvl.v.V prevails, most inlere-ting collection of fine ' clioiçii,i,lowei's, and first rate vege wns exhibited bj-- Mr Chatterton fl* penches and grapes are remarkably/'' and he has been rewarded wit/'u silver medal, »ud other prizss lp's. not «I'll iual< ¡lins rose fair Uki reas...

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BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. Launceston, 25th Feb., 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 26 February 1858

Bl' ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. Launceston, 25th Feb., 1S58. The Tradesmen's Purse waa won by Currency Lass, healing Garryowen, Fleur de lis, and T«3iuauiau Lass. Tue L ¡dies Purse by Camel, beating Quick- step an.I Miss Ernih". The Consolation .Stakes wera won by Motion's Phroney, beating Phiz/.er mut Tasmanian Lass. . The Hack Stake», wore won by Parr's llauíbier, boating; seven others. Chicot.-The Tasmanian» wont ii« lirst, aud scored 33, and the game waw suspended at S o'clock at which timo the Victorians had scored 115.

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THE MERCURY [PUBLISHED DAILY.] FRIDAY, FEB. 26, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 26 February 1858

IHE'MERCURY fpUBIISUED J)UTA'! FRIDAY, FED 26, 1858 i- Al pjiessuhe of advertisements anti other maller precludes the insertion of our ordinary leading article, though in type.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 26 February 1858

To the Ladies of Tasmania. Â STEADY, middle.ngod MAN is in want of a WIFE ; she must be a sober steady woman, with a small capital;' and well lecommentleil. She may be a wife in a week. The advertiser is in want of the above, as he intends eutnring business ns soon ns he is s.ttlod. Address W.W., 177, Liverpool street. P. S,-.V personal inteiview would be acceptable, Ceylon Plantation Coffee. 1UIE CARGO, c.-£ Minion, a superior sample, on Sale. Apply to William Nicholson & '"'o,, 13, Flindeis street," West, melbourne. 100'i in 0 IF THOMAS DOWNES does not fetch away tho bay mare left with the under- signed above four months since, and pay all charges within fourteen days from the date of this notice, she will he sold to defray the cost of keep and other expenses incuued. James Fiileman, Staines' Corner, Feb. 22nd, 1S53. 1001 PLEASURE EXCURSION TO D'ENTRE OASTHAUX'S CHANNEL. rnilE Favourite Steamer MONARCH, J_ will make a Pleasure Trip ns above, on SATURI)\Y, 27th Febiunry, le...

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THE "TRADE WIND." [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 26 February 1858

THE "TRADE WIND." By a "Gazette Extraordinary," published   yesterday afternoon, we perceive     that the " Trade Wind" has been placed in quarantine at Impression Bay, and that the most careful and stringent measures have been adopted by the     Government in reference to the condi- tions of such quarantine.

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HOBART TOWN PRICE CURRENT. ALE AND P[?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 26 February 1858

HOBART TOWN PRICE CURRENT. rout/"' Ale Bass's, p*r hhd ... S/0 Allsopp'«, do./l0 Other Burlón do ..../ ° Bvuss's per cW.en,..../'' {" Allsopp'« do.J- ° '? Second-class braiid/u'' ° ° -fillid li 5 0 to u 10 0 to H i5 o IO 0 0 fi to 0 11 G to o II 0 to 0 lo 0 to G lo 0 to 5 lo 0 to 0 o' G to 0 11 0 to o' lo o to 1 lo 0 to 1 O' 0 to 0 1 0 to 0 0 0 to 0 0, ü to 0 0 0 to 0 0 u to 0 oi 0 to 0 o' t.s 1 O' to 1 IS 0 to 0 o 0 .0 o 0 0 o 0 I) 0 to 0 ' 0 0 to 0 IS 0 o 0 10 1 I (1 0 to 0 2 to 1» 7 lo 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 to 0 !) to 0 1 0 0 to 0 5 ."1 Pol ter, Taylor'» pet1 Trun an's do ../;... 5 ,« Barclay's da u/¡>Ijble * 10 Byass'i. qw per*1*. » '?, Sicond-class/^nus. do 0 » / ntscurr . Colonial cabP. F" cwt..l G Navy do/-.-..... J 3 English faify>»!ftl'l Plb- ° ' y HOOTS AND SHOE Well a*ortec' reasonable ¡Bvoices,20 to 25 p.c. /Iv. o o Do #a*tic side-s.do. O o La/f"'boots do,d«. O O (jirls'and ChiIdren's,tlo... o o ,4/en's ivaiertighls unsable o o Í)o. lace-ups and bluchers (unsaleable). o O ...

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INDIAN RELIEF FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 26 February 1858

INDIAN RELIEF FUND. Tue Meeting, announced lo take place "'"at ?&'o'clock this afternoon, at the Thca Jotro Royal, His Excellency in the Chuir, will, uo doubt, be muuerouily and mo.st respectably attended. The Boxes are reserved for 'tho ¡ladies, whose sympa- ; thies, ever warm .in the cause of bullbr tcg humanity, will, ou tin's occasion, hu moved) wo hope, to a practical exertion in behalf of the most urgent appeal j which has ever been made to their t>ên'Bvblenco'"or their charity. ' Our citi- zens, aye oveiy one of them, will, we * -feel assured, cheerfully re3poud to this ¡ .'«call upon their liberality, and not only attend^ the meeting but readily contri V! 'bute'to the buccout of the unfortunate ^'Victim's toa calamity almost* unprece- dented iu the anuals ol' history. Tas- i . mauiaus are proverbially liberal ia acts j * ?" of beuevolencp,-will they be behind-1 »'" Maud now?' We should think-nay, wc ' ".'^sincerely believe-they will not.

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MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 26 February 1858

L, MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. i ,, Tha .Emeu having undergone a thorough Í repair ¡it Bombay, resumes her station' in the * Mail service, mid will convey the Milich Mail, from Australia to Suez. , ' ' '"3 The Black Swan on her last trip, reaehrd r j" Melbourne in timo for her innil to be forwarded W" to England hy the Simla. ' E\:ritAoiini.s"AKY Smsta-a asd Saimsc The screw steamer Iuiperatlur, belonging to the South American and General .Steam Navigation Coinpanv, Liverpool, sailed lrom Plymouth al 4 0.111.UU tlio 10th of August, with marines for re inforceiueiil of the fleet at Hong Kong. Suo arrived at Singapore on the IGth ol' October, tit It.20 p.m., having mailo the piLssngc in.the un- precedented bhorl tillie of GO daj s 23 hours at sen. .She was detuincd nfc Madeira ami Ascen- sion, coaling, ¡.ii days S hours, thus making the total ji.is,.igi! in 07 "tlajs 7 hours. Míe steamed 35 days, and s died with tho screw disconnected 2G days, going lieqiicutly at the rule of U knots unde...

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