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THE CRICKET MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 2 March 1858

THE CBIOKET MATCH. ..' Thi return match between the Viclo -/i,'riana aud Tasmanian* will come off on ., Thursdayt when the latter will have the' ',,. opportunity of regaining their lost ' '" honors, and retrieving their character as 'H' - cricketers. It is but a day or two ago ', the Tasmanians suffered a great defeat ,. at Launceston ; but the circumstances under which that defeat ¿took place ought not to be entirely overlooked. - We ace far from wishing to detract from the victory of the Victorians, or to disparage their cricketing science ; we merely desire io poiut out the disad ''Vantflces under which their opponents .' ? laboured,-disadvantages for which those opponents themselves were alone ' Ssocouutable. Iuthe first place the Eleven 1 ' <i Tasmania had never played together fill the day they contested the palm of superiority with their Australian com- petitors nt Launceston, which only needs mentioning to be «£ "once under- stood. Secondly, the Tasmauians are mot...

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THE MERCURY [PUBLISHED DAILY.] TUESDAY, MARCH 2. 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 2 March 1858

THE MERCÜßY Lfubmsue» DAItr.j TUESDAY. MABCH 2. 1853. It was not without anxiety that we watched the action of the Parliament with reference to the vote of certain ' «ums of money for necessary reproduc- tive public works. The principle, for which we then contended, is a sound 1 andan important one, occupying the middle place between an indiscrimina tint» luttiez faire on the one hand ; and the absurd views of modern socialists ou the other. The laities faire principle would have a Government do nothing in the way of providing the industrious classes with employment, preferring \ ; rather to permit men to be wholly de- pendent on their own resources, taking , the chances of trade, and overbearing ' them, or being overborne by thom, as the case may be. The other extreme would have a Government provide each individual with employment, that thereby he may bo assured of food and clothiug. If the first is heartless ; the second is ridiculous. Where the op- portunity exists, a Government ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 2 March 1858

DAY OF SALE, WEDNESDAY, 3rd MARCH. At half »past 10 for 11 o'clock, Mtdern Hoswhold Furniture, Large Baga- telle Table, Picture«, 4c. BY W. A. GUESDON & CO. n the Gallery, Upper Back Store of their Mar', Collms-streit, Dav i nd time a» Above. A VAR IE TY rf Modern ard Useful HOUSEHOLD FURNI1 URE, con cist np of hair suited sofas and couche», bair wated, morocco covered, and other chah», sofa« and ciurbes in morocco, loo table«, ranging ftom 2 feet 3 inches to 4 fed 6 inches in diameter, telescope, dining, and ether tablet, cedar sid<-bo<irds, and cheth'on fern, tp inp-«*Med easy rh ir». tx>okc.i«e and secretaire, large bagatelle table, 9 feet Ol inches by 3 feet 2 inches with ivory balli ai.d cues complete, &.c. I ALSO, Hoon pine and cedar four post, French, and other bedsteads, children's pine c ib=, Huon pine and cedar » vrurobe«. chi-its of ¿raven, toilet table«, wi dow curtains, and poles, child's chair, cedar c< mmodes, Otto- ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 2 March 1858

Tasmanian Grand Regatta Association THE MONTHLY GENERAL MEET- ING of the above for receiving Mem- bers' Subscriptions, and conducting other business, will be held at the Odd Fellows' Hotel, Elizabeth-street, THIS EVENING, 2nd instant. at a quarter past seven o'clock. J. T. Morgan, Hon. Sec. RED AND WHITE HERRINGS, Ex "HEATHER BELL." "OORTY ¿CASKS of RED and WHITE HERRINGS, n v. cry fine condition. DANIEL GRAHAM. Exchange Mart, Collins-street. tw&f| ;- Gardensr's Bay, Pott Cygnet, "j Hacn j A T the request of the principal inhabitants 1 /A. of Gardener's Bay, Port Cygnet, I t hereby eive notice th t a Public Meeting will be heid at Mr. Mucalpon's, the Friendly ! In, Gardener's Bay, ui 2 |i m on SA i LK ' HAY, Murch 6ib, for the purpo--e of taking 3 the necessary steps to establish a Puulic Hay b School in that locality. si HnOPRT Crooke, 1049 t d Chaplain of the Huon. lADYERTlSEMENT.J -23 SHOULD this meet the eye of Edward Umt, who arrived in Melbourne obi ut four years ago, ...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. (From our own Correspondent.) Adelaide Feb. 22, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 2 March 1858

SOUTH AUSTBALIA. (From our own Correspondent.) Adelaide Feb. 22,1858. Whit with tho Grand Annual Exhibi- tion of Agricultural and Horticultural produce, the noisy "feed" which followed in the evening, Mrs. Paine's a^trac t tive concert, the public breakfast to, and ] subsequent departure of, Mr. Babbage and his northern exploring party, wo have had rather an exciting week of it. Considering the weather we have lately experienced, the " show" was as a whole, considered pretty fair. Tile grapes were very inferior, but the dis- play of apples was remarkably good. With tho exception of the vegetables grown near Mount Lofty, there were none wortli looking at. The cabbages f formed the theme of general admiration. They were magnificent. Tho exhibition of cereal produce was, as usual, very fine. For the best sample of wheat the first prize was allotted to Mr. Craig whose crop yielded 30 bushels to tlio acre. The show of agricultural implements was larger than on any former occasion. Amongs...

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INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 2 March 1858

INDIA. We resume our extracts from the Indian papers. JUBBULPORE. The Madras Weekly News publishes the following communication from Jub bulpore : As rebellion ceases in other parts of India, the lira appears to kindle iu these out-of-the-way provinces, where name-1 lessmen,withuut means or positiou,'array themselves against the Government, and do their best to embarrass and annoy. For the last six or eight days our communication with Calcutta has been iuterrupted by tho rebellion of Bejeo Bagoogurh Thakoor, the boy whose estate was under M 's management, and who is just now l8 years of age. This young scouudrel lias risen against the Government that fos- tered and protected hitn, has murdered the native officer appointed to reside at his capital, plundered our dawks, aud placed parties of mea at intervals ulong the road, to prevent all communication between us and Benares, Fancy the feeliugs of bitter mortification with which we find ourselves menaced and bearded by reptiles such as...

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ENGLISH ISLAMISM. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 2 March 1858

ENGLISH ISLAMISM. There are evidently not a few people, who say in their hearts that our Indian calamity is a judgment upon us from Heaven, for not having employed our political power to convert the natives to our religion. They do not say thi* with their lips, because the language of prosecution has beeomo too startling to English ears, and too unfamiliar to the English tongue. ' They do not openly avow their conviction that we ought to force or bribe our dependants to offer to the God of truth the sacri- fice of the vvoist of lies. They put it rather as if we were guilty in some way of impeding, by political means, tha progre.-s of Christianity-as though we were cherishing Suttees, encouraging infanticide, forbidding widows to marry, ( and taking too much care in matters like that of the greased cartridges to avoid giving any unnecessary shock to the prejudices of Indian religion. They rake up old stories of the removal of a. convertedSepoyfromn Biahminregiment, where he was in a ...

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LORD PALMERSTON AND THE REFORM BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 2 March 1858

LORD PALMERSTON AND THE REFORM BILL. Notwithstanding the bold announce- ments of the journals connected with the Premier and the Secretary to the Trea- sury, there are, it seems, soma members of the cabinet who have thj manliness a id integri'-y to be of opinion that they cannot violate tile pledge ol' la-it year without the loss of honour ; and whether wo are or are not to have a Reform Bill in the approaching session, is a question still undecided by the government. A-. however, Parliament meets on the 3rd of D comber, when a lull explanation ol tl.o intention and views of the cabinet cannot for au hour be avoided, a d.-ciskm must be pr uuptly come to. A few days will therefore settle the all-important points whether the promisp.-ke-epers, or promiso-broak;ers,aro to pro vail-whether Lard Pitlmerston's government will con sdidateorbrcMkupdiü liueral party whether we are to have a session ol' lur inoiiiouscjupeiMtionaiidorgre.it and noble results, or one of discord and discredit. T...

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BILL OF THE INDIAN MUTINY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 2 March 1858

BILÍ, QF THE INDIAN MUTINY. Tue last news iro.n Calcutta tells us of a monetary crisis and large demands for bullion from England. . The revenue is said to be in arrear, and England is called on to supply the deficiency. But Eu^laud has already borne her full share ' of the sufferings arising from the Indian mutiny. In massacre and in battle, by vi tims and by avengers, the be-t blood of the country his been profusely shed I It lurthcr lAorti ns had been ncce<sarj, ' to risk or sacrifice would have been t'iou£»nt *oi great t j incur for the res- toration of older, and foi tho pu mhment of the guilt} Ici-» but just that the linancial | art of the burden sh mid f di on tin p- pie of India It is a îuK. not -o much ol justice ns of nature and ne- cessity , that ev et v comtnuiut/ mu t be >r the consequences of its own political disturbance aud time is nothing in the circnmst inces of the Indian eipue to interfile with the operation of tilt ordinal v law It the struggle is ...

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POLICE OFFICE.—SATURDAY. Before Alder nan Lewis. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 2 March 1858

POLICE OFFICE.-SATUBDAY. Before Alder nan Lewis. Absconding.-Alexander Byers, i.l., was charged with absconding from his authorized place of residence at Sorell, on the 1st of August, 1857, and remain- ing at large until the 25th instant. The prisoner said, ho had been most of the timo in the hospital, from a hurt which he had received. He was sentenced to six months' im- prisonment with hard labor. Night Charges.-Ona drunkard was fined £1, and another, a female, ¡62, being her second offence. Two brawlers, a man and a woman, were each fined 5s for disturbing the peace. A female, named Ann Samuel, was sent to the House of Correction for three months as an improper character. MONDAY. Before Alderman Lewis. Night Charges.-Two drunkards v. ere each fined £1, and two prisoners ofthe crown were each sentenced to three months imprisonment for drunkenness. Soven offenders, male and fern de, were each fined 5s. for disturbing the peace, and a ticket-of-leave female, named Bridget Jack McKen...

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CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 2 March 1858

CHINA. We continue our extracts from the Chiuese Journals. Killed ; Captain Bate, of H.M.S. Ac- taeon ; Lie itenant Hae.cett, of H. M. 53fch Riginvsnt ; Mr. liumas, Midship- man, H.M.S. Sanspaivil, and two sea- men. Wounded: Lord Guildford ; M. SV. C. Butler ; M. W. Payne, O. S. ; Lieut.-nant Davison, R. M. ; James Fury, R. M. A. ; Charles Bowen. C 41 tain m-to > ; Cnarles S.nith, A. B.; Wm. Mason, Marine; Robert Hoddy,R. ALA ; James B illy ; Trail Rd, Sergeait M rines ; Charles Fosse!, Captain forec.i tlo ; Isaac E.v on, Marine ; John Brin dlecomu, A. B ; Wn. Burton, Marine ; Jun-s Oili-vood, Marine; Junes Luct-, Marine ; Wm. Tilbury, A. B. The totils of killed and wounded are stated at 2S sailors, and m iriiies, and 19 of the 59th. The "Friend of China " Extra, says : -About a dozen of the gun boats were busy .ill Monday forenoon landing the 59tit's andJSnglish and French Naval Brigades and Artillery, in all aSou 2,500 men abreast Kuper'slshnd. On landing, possession was at onc...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 2 March 1858

STEAM TO SYDNEY VIA TWOFOLD BAY. THE T.S.N. Co's STEAM.SHIP "TASMANIA" Will leave for SYDNEY via TWO- FOLD BAY, on or about SATUR- DAY, 13th March, at noon. Charles Toby, Managcr T. S. N. Co Franklin Wharf,   March 2, 1858. STEAM TO MELBOURNE. THP.T.S.N.Co.V Steam Ship "CITY OP HOBART" _will leave for MEL* BOURNE on WEDNESDAY, the 10th March, 1858, at 3 o'clock. CiiAniiEs Tobt, Manager, T. S. N. Co. Franklin Wharf, Feb. 24t 1858. 828 SEsfib i Gi Tr For Melbourne Direct THE Past Sailing Schooner UlUNU. G. .1. Dodd, Mailer. _ For freight apply to'.tie Muter onboard ¡ otto, ?/'v; }." f;? - . . L.-P«!rt.iwf~-'~*" -*' 6, New Wharf. 901 te For Sale, THE Gutter «ROYAL WILLIAM.' Apply to Henry Wright, Hope and Anchor, Macquarie sheet. te Ship Dominion, from London THIS VESSEL is einem» Ht the Custom . House, ami will be berthed alongside, ' at the Franklin Wharf, this day, and coin' menees disrlmraing on Monday. 1 Consignees are requested to pass' entries without delay. All cla...

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GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 2 March 1858

GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. LIBERTY OF THE SUBJECT. -In the case of Richard Stevens, free by servitude, charged on suspicion of the murder of the late Mr. Stur- geon, jun in July, 1856, and who was dis- charged from custody on Saturday, it was   shown that the charge had been pressed against   the man from information given by constable Rogers, and this worthy conservator of the peace told the Bench, that he had had his mind on the prisoner ever since the murder was committed. He stated, moreover, that he had apprehended him because he corresponded with       the description of one of the men, who had been gazetted. On examination, however, it was discovered that the description did not corres- pond, and that a particular mark was wanting. That this constable has exceeded his duty, no one will doubt, and if the liberty of the subject is to be infringed, and life itself imperilled by such opiniative wrong-headedness as that e...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF HOBART TOWN EXTERED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 2 March 1858

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORr OF HOBART TOWX EXTEItED OCT. March 1-Balmoral, schooner, for Sydney. OLEABKD our. March 1-Freo Trader, barque, 200 tons, Thom, for Blulf Harbour, New Zealand, with cargo. Passengers-Mr. W. Bruce, and 8 in tho steerage. -1-Wellington, barque, 335 tons, Lul ham, for London, >ith cji-go. Passengers Mr. and ¿1rs. .Mills and 2 children, Dr. Cox. SAILED. February 27-Tyne, schooner, for Mel . bourne. / Feb. 27-Freak, schooner, for Geelong, Feb. 28-Eclipse, schooner, for Port Albert March 1-Wellington, barque, for Loudon. EXPORTS. Free Trader, for Bluff Harbour, New Zealand, 801) sheep, 3 bullocks, 3 horses, 19 bugs sugar, 1 qr. esk wine, 1 cask gin, 1 package cigars, 2 bluls. rum, W. A. (iiiigdoii. Wellington for London, 1 case pi ited goods, 4 cases wearing apparel, Major Kempt; 163 bales wool, 38 casks sperm oil, 1 box plated goods, 1 case razor hones, I paper parcel, G liirrols liiindles, 5 tons 12 cwi. old Muntz meta), W. Crosby and Co. ; 100 ba'cs wool, ...

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GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 3 March 1858

GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. SkSDY BAY.-Tho inhabitants of Sandy Bay, residing in tlio vicinity of the Church, have been much annoyed ofltito by n number of idlo fellows discharging firearms on tho Sunday, In shooting at marks, &c. The partios who indulge .in this highly reprehensible amusement, nre probably not nwaro that they aro amenable to the laws for their conduct, and liable to bo mulcted in a heavy penalty tor discharging fire- arms on the Sabbath day. THE DltAWBRIDGE AT TUE OlYD WHAIU'. We have to call attention to the highly danger- ous practice of leaving the drawbridge connect- ing the Old and Cqmmissariafc Wharves partly open. Only the other day we observed an aper- ture of nearly two feet between tho edgo of the bridge and the causeway, and we ore informed that this frequently exists during the night as well as tho day. Parties who remove the bridge for the purpose of allowing the passage of ves- sels, should be particular in seeing, after the vessel has passed, that ...

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YESTERDAY'S MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 3 March 1858

YESTERDAY'S MARKETS. DÜXTÍÍÍESS pervaded the grain market throughout' the day Wheat has again declined, owing to large arrivals being daily expected from Launceston, and is now quoted at 7s Gd to 7s 9d per bushel. Colonial oats remain at 6s to Gs Gd, and aro still very scarce. Foreign oats are very seldom enquired for at previous quotations. Cape baaley meets with much enquiry, and would go off readily, ii in the market, but so very little comes in, that sales aro only occasional ; a good article will realize 7s per bushel. Eng- lish barley is also in demand, and very scarce ; 8s is still the ruling price. Hay comes in very freely, but the demand is but moderate ; loose hay ranges from £G to £7 10s per ton, according to qnal ity ; pressed hay moves off quietly, there being a little demand for shipment ; the country pressed sells at £7 lO.s to £8, and the hydraulic pressed at £8 10s to £9 per ton. Potatoes are much on quired for, but the supplies como in sparingly ; a good sample eas...

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RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 3 March 1858

RUSSIA. Tur. Press of St. Petersburg is still taken up with the state ol' British affairs India. The Invalide Musse, so con- spicuous of its bitterness during tho late war, has some notable comments on the pubject. The Invalide denies that Eng- land ever conquered India - she "bought" her acquisitions bit by bit. Her empire there is the produce of arts rather than arms. Lord Canning and Sir Colin Campbell have no more Native princes to buy ; and India has to bo con quered for the first time. Here is I he gem of the dissertation. " What, however, will England do, if, instead of a (.nek of rebels, she finds she has 200,000,000 of malcontents oc- cupying 4J0,000 square vci sis, to bring to reason? Will England's strength suffice for this ? England has our best wishes towards her tusko f stifling this barbarous, atrocious '^rebellion, and we shall look on at her successes without envy. But can it be permitted, in case of England's strength being found want- ing, that this enormous empir...

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BRITISH STATESMEN ON THE[?]R LEGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 3 March 1858

BRITISH STATESMEN ON THE.ÍR . LEGS. As a ru.l?, and un' ef s the -proposed ques- tion, bo a means of enabling the Govern- ment to state what it wishes should be known, Lord »John Russell, doubtless, without inteiyliug it, contrives to eoa vey the impression that the interrogating a Minister of the Crown is, after alf, rather taking a liberty. Not so Lord Palmerston, He springs to his feet, aa if quite glad to have an opportunity of satisfying sa very reasonable a curiosity as that ot tho honourable member who, has asked the question. He thon states, the matter his own way, ¡sjakes the House feel 'chat everything is. quite right, or if otherwise, that.it is not Lort! Palmerstou's fault, aa¡d adroitly seasons he explanation with some jocos« bufe good-natured allusions to tlie querist, which calls up a hugh. No man, however,, can give, upon a serious ques- tion, a better-weighed o"r manlier rep\¡p than the Home Secretary ; but he well) understands the art of silencing those whom his fr...

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THE BISHOP OF LONDON AT BETHNAL GREEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 3 March 1858

THE BISHOP OF LONDON AT BETHNAL GREEN. , 1 Vesterda^-^etiing, December 9, a ,J.¿t»írie. "ttraordinary character _ 'the neighbourhoo 1 of ^ He Bishop of London "^ ON ..-e stating that he had heaVu^-^Ji of tho spiritual wants of that neighbourhood, and especially of the poorer classes, and that he was desirous of meeting and preaching to them on subjects connected with their present welfare and future happiness. St. Matthew's Church, which is situated in the most densely populated and pauperised district of the parish, was selected as the place at which the Bishop had to deliver his address, and lon^ before S o'clock, the time appointed for the commencement of the service, the spacious church was densely crowded by suco an auditory as it is quite safe to say was never before seen in any church in England. The people who assembled were of the poorest possible classes,-men with fustiau jackets nnd unshaven faces, women whoso faces betokened the sad privations they are called upon to end...

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ENGLAND AND THE UNITED STATES, (From the Philadelphia Evening Journal.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 3 March 1858

ENGLAND AND THE UNITED STATES, (From the Philadelphia Evening Journal.) . The London limes tells the people of Englaiil tliatj wé of <jhe United States oiye' the.n in Amerioan securities, held du the other side of the water, £30,000,000 or £100,030,000 sterling, and as all that im . ense property is in a lailing house, they had better begin at once to look out for it. We deserve this taunt. Great 3ritain has got the upper hand of Us in everything but her depuiiilenee on us for raw cotton, and occasionally for breadstuff», both of which she is, sacking ta secure supplies of In mi other sources, and when she has succèeled in cutting herself Iree from us in those two particulars, she will have us virtually under her feet. The great source of tliti difference of power between tue two nations consists, ia the very op- posite industrial policy they have res- pectively pursued, a id as the present painful financial crisis in, this country has arisen, p irtly fro.ii the neglect o...

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