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Parliament of Tasmania. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 26 February 1858

II,'!',- '^nrliamtnt nf 'feminin. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL T1IUKSDAT. '"',¡:Tuó' House met nt 2 o'clock, pnrsusnt to ''''adjournment from Tuesday, for tlie purpose of k-" 'receiving the Governor's assent to various Acts * passed during the Session. Tho usual guard of '.' jionor was stationed at tbo cntranco to the " Council Chumber, anti a body ol' police was m 'i in attendance to preserve order. .ji'. In'tbe Chamber were several ladies aud some jv vuitors below the bar, but the proceedings did not seem to excito much interest beyond that of ordinary cmiosity. Time was u very thiti '»ttendauco of Members. .?'.'"The PRESIDENT look his teat at five S ' minutes paît 2 o'clock. ,, >% . ADDBKS5 TO THE GOVEltNOl!. On the motion of tbo COLONIAL SECR13. li rTAUV, an Address to the Governor was adopt" ed, embodying tho ltcsohitiun of the Council in -.(»wfereuce co the claim upon the Imperial Go ~!,',veruiueut for the expenses of Convicts, ir- Aniuvü or the govemíoh. ' ''' ' At twenty minutes p...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Daily Mercury, The
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LAUNCESTON SHIPPING. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH) SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 26 February 1858

.,: LAUNCESTON SHIPPING. («y Eixariuc îTLitanAWi ) SAILED. # Veb. 21-Black Swan, (s), for Melbourne.

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

N0TK2E. '* "\: ? TlIEMERCÜRY PÜBLISHINÖ ; r OF FICE. The Public are iniormed that'the \ "/¡tflJBLISHINq OFFICE OF THIS JOURNAL H.'ilas.been REMOVED to'the Treir.i.-es ¡n.Cullins-street, .recently known as tlie . COLONIAL TIMES OFFICE, Where all communications are requested ;,;<)?,-,?.'.¡ici'-. ,. . jo. be sent,, . ..CEE MERCURY JOB PRINTING -wV^'^'-'-'ï^STABLlSHilENT',;'/.'.1 . ' vi.|.;«o/ .!,..?,:.',,, = :. ,;.;!j. ... ;,..., ;,., J " 'vTWillTemain asilieretofure in Macquane , street,., where - advertisement'* ? will ' be nUCEl\T.D A3 tTSUATi, > " "And busiuess transacted for the -U * ' iJlLX'.MÉlÍOÚliX From 9 a.m. to C p.m. la 'Winsiu: vii ;?': ;.? .r0-7~ ? ' ..; : ' ;: : : . t>! The .¡Publishing /Office Jn Collins-street ^will be';open Daily from 9 n.m.'to 10 ? s» p.m;,¡ up to which time Advertisements" «rfnrid- communications - will be received. itcl'ui! ???.:' ?>.', .-. ?; ? :_? ' ?_ XxüiTo: oui- Country Subscribers. ifM^' J0HN C;;MAtMICIIAEL having jj^lii'^...

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GENERAL POST OFFICE. General Post Office, 26th February, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 26 February 1858

c "? GENERAL POST OFFICE. .3 I ?" ) i. 11 ' I ' ? General Post Office, 26th February, 1858. i ii nip Maim will be closed at Hobart Town as trndor :- | Adclaido and Sidney, via Melbourne, per first vessel, this diy, at G p in. ? For Melhourno vii Launceston, per Queen, do. di., at G'p.m. ¿.'¡-¿For'Ncw Zealand via Sydney, per Brit vessel, to-morrow, at 11 it. in. 1 'Tor Sydney and Twofold Bav, per Tasmania, 'M¡H\Hn ilittn T. IlAltDIKOE, Postmaster. liiht Mails fpr Sydney and Adolaido aie mide op at tliis oflice, und font arded vi.t Mel- bourne, by cvorv steam v Ciscl departing from 1 ^ Hobart Town or Liunceston.

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

-,-- ! At Imir-iMst tea for dei cn ft'clocl, ntlDU, 2CHi lchruan ç\n Kens Muscvn l wine ¿¡\ 10 Casks L tied I'ortcr B"i W A GUPSDON AND CO ' At their Mart, Collins street, da) vnd lime as above Terms as usual ii--_ 1HURSDAY, 25th instint At half post 2 for 3 o'clock Primo Fat Colonial Cattle uid Sheep AY A GUESDON L CO Will Sill at the Government Slaughter House "i ards, on THURSDAY, at three o clock j Ç)i\ lir\P PRÎMF FAT CATTLE ¿\J 250prime Wethers Terms as usual. t At half pist 10 for 11 o'clock | TRIDAY, 2Gth Tebru-irj , If) CASKS PRIME MU MESS \_¿¡ BFir, just 1 iiidtd e\ lasmania BY W. A GULSDON & CO 1 At their Mart, Collins street on rilli) VY at 11 o clock prompt y j Terms-Cash, FRIDAY, 20th FE13 " At half-post 10 lor 11 o clock, u MUCH COWS BY W A GUESDON AND CO At their Mart, Collins street on FRIDAY, at 11 o clock prompt -QEVEN well bred DAIItt COWS, per jj fectly quiet and in full milk, sold In consequence of the owner retira g from his present line of business. T...

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THE HEROES OF THE DELHI MAGAZINE. (From the "Lahore Chronicle" Dec. 30.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 26 February 1858

THE HEROES OP THE DELHI . MAGAZINE. (From the "Lahore Chronicle" Dec. 30.) When the intelligence of the blowing up of the D 'lui magazine hy its gallint defenders on the memorable 11th of Ma}r, in order to prevent its falling into the hands of the mutineers, first reached England, Willoughby'« was the only name montioncd in the burst of admira- tion, which broke forth on its »rival. As the circumstances of that wondrous deed of daring became better known, the narie of Forrest began to be coupled with his. Though in his plain and sol- dier-like accounts of the occurrences of the day, he made but slight mention of himself, there was enough to show that he had been one of the principal acter«. And henceforth we read of Willoughby and Forrest So far justice had pro- ceeded willi equal steps. If ever a deed deserved a special mark of honour, ¿his deserved one, and a mark of honour for such deeds especially had but recently been appointed. But while such immi nent danger hung over the emp...

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THE DEEPER CAUSES OF THE RECENT PRESSURE. (From the Economist Dec. 5.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 26 February 1858

THE DEEPER CAUSES 01? THE BEGEN'i1 PRESSURE. (Prom iho Economist Dec. 5.) Now that the more immediate and distracting circumstances connected with the linai.cial pressure are passing away, it bccQines. not only possible, but desirable, that tho remoter causes of the phenomena should be investigated. We find, indeed, on the very thresh- old ol'such an inquiry, a bold and start- ling peculiarity m the pressure of 1837, as compared with every preceding period of pressure during the last 20 yeais. In 1S57 the discredit in the United States has proceeded to the extreme point ol' a general suspension of specie payments-lias proceeded in this country to the point almost as extreme, of a our« rent rate of discount; of 10 per cent, and of a second suspension of the fyiuk Charter-and has proceeded' in" Prance, Germany, and Hamburg, to extremes almost as great-not in consequence ol' a recurrence of any of the great national or political calamities whijh were the primatj' oauscs of former pario...

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THE LAST DAYS OF THE HONORABLE EAST INDIA COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 26 February 1858

THE LAST D \YS OF THE UOtfO HABLE EAST INDIA COMPANY. After a I nig and occasionally rather a wicked life, the days of tho Honora- ble East India Qou)pi\i;y are i^t length very generally beliovod Lo be numbered.' Let us tuku n rapid glance at its eharae teV. The Times observes,-flint the chief sins of the Company were against ila own coqutrymon. Tui.s is true, and frqiu the lutture qt tlie principles on wh.iph it was founded, it could not haw been otherwise. For the first two hutidrod nuil thirteen years of ils exis- tence it exercised a baleful commercial monopoly to the detriment of England, and consequently conferred a monopoly ou all the other nations ol' Ibu world engaged in the trade ot the vast regions, which extend from the eastern shores ol' Africa to the western of Ameriqa. During the first one liu.na.raid and eighty years of tbo Company's existence its canutict may be pardoned, fruin ¿he general ignorance of tho world on ques- tions of'oomineiuitil policy, but some of its...

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HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 26 February 1858

HOUSE OF ASSEMBLE T H U 11 S D A Y. Tho bon. the SPEAKElt took tho chair at a qtt irter to two o'cloek. í message paon ÏUE oovEitson. The Usher of the Black Rod appeared,' and stated that HU ExejUency desired the atten- dance of that lion, house, ia tho Legislative Council. The SPEAKER accompinied by the members, and preceded by tho Sergeant-at-Aruis, pro-' ceeded to the Council Chamber, ta meet Hi» Excellency.

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

. For Jacob's River, Bluff Harbour, anti other Port or Ports'in New Zealand, should suf- ficient inducement offer, to sail on Mon- day, the 1st March. THE barque FREE TRADER, _ 300 tons burthen, "a.,5. James Tnoy, Commander. For freight, either of stock or merchan- dize, cabin and steerage passages, apply to W. A. Guesdos & Co., Auctioneers. Collins street, Feb. 15, 1S&8. This vessel is engaged to carry a quantity of sheep and stock, hut has room, fittings, " with perfect ventilation for 1000 to 1200 more sheep ; she oilers a very favourable op- portunity to shipper«, as she is well known j,. ma first class stock -e«sel, having bee!; built expressly for that trade-her entire lo* of stock in lier last cargo lo New Zealni» wa3 10 sheep. STEAM TO SYDNEY,/ VIA TWOFOLD /A Y TH g_ Ï.S.N. C's STîAMSHIP «'TASMANIA" Will leave for SYDN/* via TWO-. 'FOLD BAY, on S-TURDAY, the ^27fcli Tebrnsny, at n'n , Cu.uíles Toby, /[auagcr T. S.'N. Co. iFrnnkliti WharfUv«. - February ir-0»»...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 26 February 1858

DIED.                 On February 24th, at Elwick, O'Brien's Bridge, TASMAN, ninth son of Mr. John Wilkinson,   Chemist, aged 14 months.

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MAYOR'S COURT. — THURSDAY. (Before Mr. Alderman Lewis, officiating protem: for His Warship the Mayor, who is absent in Melbourne.) THOMAS V. GLEESON. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 26 February 1858

MAYOR'S COURT. - THURSDAY. (Before Mr. Alderman Lewis, officiating pro tem : for His Worship the Mayor, who is absent in Melbourne.) Thomas v. Gleeson. This was an information by the City Inspector, against John Gleeson of Battery Point, charging him with perm- itting two goats to be at large in De Witt-Street. This case was adjourned from last week, to enable the defendant to pro- duce evidence, to show that the goats did not belong to him. He failed to do so, hawiivor, and His Worship fined him   5s. for each animal, with costs. The City Inspector brought under the notice of His Worship, the practice pursued by Mr. Gleeson, of permitting his cows to roam about Battery Point, to the great annoyance of the inhabitants,   who had complained of the nuisance. His Worship cautioned Mr. Gleeson against a continuance of the practice, and gave him, to understand, that if he appeared before the Court again on any charge of this kind, he would be severely fined. Tir...

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GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 26 February 1858

GENERAL INTELLIGENCE.. VY. ('or, Oki KcvvsvAriuis.-. \\ro have bos« nareena], snrprUetl hy n present from Messrs. Walch mid Sons o; regent reprints of very old news-letton. They bulong, to tin age antecedent to the noivs li ipor ol'winch, indued, they were the precursors. Wu hnve now before in No. 1 ol' " .Uercuiiiis OomcjliriM, or Newe* both from City aud Coun- try, published ia prevent fnlie reports, Fryd.iy> Decemb. li), lu"!)." It h replete with anec« dotes of "Madam Ellin Gwyu's" hä.ilth, of um iissaull upon " Mr. Dryden, the (¡rcat Poet,"" mid such mutter*. Another is ti« " Coniniou weulth Mercury, from Thursday,' Sept. 2, ta I'lmrsJay, Sept. 9, KHS." Thi, conUius pur tieulnr accounts of tha lint sickioss and death of "lli< Moat Seiene und liewwiicd Highness, ür.tvTit, Lord Protictor," mil is beautifully vvrit.cu. It Is :i pleisiint thiig to road these reprints, full of the 7ory spint of the limes so. " auld lung sync." A third is the " Common wealth .Mercury, fr...

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TO THE SWANPORT ROAD TRUSTEES. [Per favor of the Mercury.] Great Swanport, Feb. 22nd, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 27 February 1858

TO TUB SWANPORT 'ROAD TRUS'lHUS. [Per favor of the Mercury.'] ' Great ¡Swanport, Pub. 22nd, 18-jS. As one of the Ratepayers in the dis- trict, I would wish to inquire when it is your iirtptitioi*. to commence operations with regard to repairing o-i-d making the roads pa-sable ; you must bear iii injncl the winter will becoming on. One pound expended now, will go as far as three will in winter. You have been now some time in harness, but Í am afraid you will not'prove staunch in coll.ir ; your professions were great when ousting the old set, .so/Jo not let us bo disappointed. Harvest is now r/vor and plenty oí labor available, so do not {ut jib st>ck in the miro this "winter ; you have coliecisd the rates some months, so what is the reason, there is not something done,. i tho inquiry pi a Rah; Pate!". & WonrciNG Man:

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THE "TRADE WIND." [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 27 February 1858

THE "TRADE WIND." The publication of, the following letter from the Surgeon in charge of the Trade Wind, will tend to allay what excite- ment on the subject there may be. We are indebted to the courtesy of the CO LONIAL SECRETARY for the document. Ship " Trade Wind."   25th February, 1858.       To the Honorable the Cotonial Secretary.   Sir,- I have his day, according to orders re- ceived, landed at the Quarantine Depot, the sick and healthy of the above ship.   Cases of illness and nature of each are as fol- lows :-       Hooping cough, 20 cases Continued fever, two cases, one adult female, one child, aged 5   Several cases of Debility, 5 after typhus fever, 1 after dysentery Others after long sea voyage, and diet belonging to such.       Happy to state I have no fresh cases, or symptoms of any breaking out. &a...

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BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. Launceston, Friday Evening, 5.30 p.m. THE CRICKET MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 27 February 1858

BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. Launceston, Friday Evening, 3.30 p.m. THE CIUCICET MATCH". The great match between Victovia mid Tasmania, ended in the most ignoble defeat of the Tasmanian*!, who played ilnougbout the game willi undoubted '? " funk." The Tasmanian« only scored 02 in their «econd inninfj;i, wliioh willi "lil in the first inning1*, makes a total of Í)!). The Victoiiaiis having scored 115 in their first innings, walk off with the Tasmanian laurels, with 20 notches to spare, and 10 wickets lo go down. ! The round-hand bowling seemed to astonish tr-e nerves of the Launees tkmiiins Wo hope the Tiiimamaiis will Ibr.iea np their neive* ¡igain«t the return ¡match, whenever it takes place.

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FAILURES IN GREAT BRITAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 27 February 1858

FAILURES IjST GREAT BRITAIN. Tue followin-r is a list of the failures in the United Kingdom during the present panic :- ? , ' Liabilities. ".Vil-nn, Hollett, & Co, LU crpool ' Powles Brother- & Co, Liverpool JC">0,i 00 Xnylor. Nickers & Co. Slieflibld 364,000 AV. Orr anil Co., Lhorpool. . , Vcryi lionvy J. «ntl jV. Dennistoun, Cro»s, mid , Co., Loudon, &C. 2,033,000 The Western Rank of, Scotland, Glasgow. Paid-up capital, £ 1,500,1)00. Deposits:, £0,000,000. Ucnnoeli, Twcntymnn, and Riga-, London .,\ 2.i0,0P0 Bro-ulivay mid Harelay, London 100,000 Ttoge and Co., Liverpool. ' John Munro and Co., Taris . Gallerkamp, Hi other«, Amsterdam ? Henry Dutilli and Co., Liverpool li. T. Tînbcouk and Co., Liverpool 300,000 Foot nnd Co., London. ' 40,000 The City of Glasgow Until:. C.iu ' ital, 1,000,000. Riftulerson, Sandoman, and Co., , London .i. ?.,2"iO,000 (luiuuu'fs and Co., Pmis . Wilson. Morgan, <". Co., London i ;l 0,000 Tish and Skeet, Lond...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF HOBART TOWN. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 27 February 1858

SHIPPING INTELIQEISrCE. PORT OP HOBAKT TOWS' AlllUVEP. february 2 T-Dominion, ship, <f¡*3 tqi¡3, Oreen, fiom Lou lou 2Gth November, 11857, willi cargo, mad 1 luokeis bag, 1 paper parcel. Agents, Crosby & Co. Peb. 2U-Mary Ann, sell., tllG tons, Graves, from Port Albeit, 23rd hist., with it head ot oiittlp, mid 2:ii) slioep. Agsnt F. Hutler, Feb. 28-William Hill, bitg, 121 tons, Har risoii, from Goolong-Caigo IDO ljides. Agents iManiiig Urother-,. ' , ' ' rNTP.RÏP OUT. fob, 2G-Wellington, i barque, 6ftG tons, Taliban!, lor landon. ' . Fell. 2G-Taaiiinnia (s.,) 285 tons, Clinch for Sj dney. Passengers-ltev Mr. Kent, ftcv. Mr. Evan.'liev. C. I". Gnnvsey, Mcssvs'Tontli, Fnir fu-:, Thompson, Mr. &. Mrfi' Fitzgerald, Mis-en Fit/Herald 14) and servant, Mrs Antill, mid ¿one .'.steerage. 1 ' . CMAniîl) OUT. February 2fi-Abbey, Hchojper,i fin, tons, ,,lli)ghcs, fiir Newcastle, N.$.W., in,ballast. SAiliim. 1 - 1 February 2G-North Star, brig, for Mel- bourne. ' ' 1 iir...

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YESTERDAY'S MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 27 February 1858

YESTERDAY'S MARKETS. Tory little was doing in the griiu market tp-di-y. Wheat liai" again ad- vanced, qwit-g (q the high rates realised yesterday by the caigo of Adelaide wheal, ex Picard, and quotations are now given at 7-. Gil to Ss per bushel. Colo« nilli oats réalité Gs lo us Gd, and foioign oats :n o bul seldom asked for. Capo barley is in demand, and scarce; a good article readily obtains 7s per bushel. English barley is still quoted ¡)t Ss, but vei y lb-,** transactions Ipi ve been ejected lately. r Ifay comes in very plentifully, but the demand is slack ; loose hay ranges from c86 to STt 10s, according to quality ; the country pressed from £7 10s to JC8. Hydraulic pressed bay meots with very little enquiry, anti hell? at îp oent miotat'oiif'. lJola|oes aie in coñ bideratilc demand, but there is no abun- dance in the market just yet; 'present quotations are given ni «C9 to «C12 pey Ion, according to sample. Onion? arc pqniiqg in moiofyeely, and realise £'1G jiO -CIS per "¿on....

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GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 27 February 1858

GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. Ir.-i.r.o.vii 1'iuc vs.-Yesterday a violent fracas ocriirod nt tlie Polir-o Oflieo between Mr. I''. 1!. Lees, mid Mr. Sylvarins Moriarty. Tlio affair oi-i-rinatett in this \v(io. Mr. Lees, ,*vlth lite usual coarse bounce mid blustering, was insisting upon the di^-chargo of one Sniruel Wilson, clinr i-ed with the burglary ut Clobtirnu mid Colvin's stores, the evidence amiinst whom was quito Riitlicieut for his committal. Mr. A. B. Jones, who tried" tho case, listened with l-einnrlrnblo patience to the blustering, of-the learned (?) gentleman ! ! ! and during his nddrci, Mr, Morinily, who was sitting ¡it the table, mailo a i oinai It, vallo voce, vvli'oh was rppontod by t]io Kendi C'leik, and wjiicli as it happened,, was against tlio prisoner, lloreupon Mr." Lees immediately <. Ihreil up." mid told Mr. Moriarty, in no very emu tenus terms, to hold his tongue, mid tiitduwn. Mr. .Moriarty letortod, mid a «cene ensued, which ought never lo lie witnessed i...

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