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VESSELS IN HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 21 September 1860

VESSELS IN HARBOR. . , Ships.-Heather Boll, Isabella Brown. ' Barque.-Heather BoU. Brigs.-Wee Tottio, Union (laid up). .1,> Schooners.-Mnnford, Tyne, Boomerang, Tamar, Victory, Urania (luid up). Steamers-Tasmania, Culloden, Cobre. Arrivals and Dbpaui'urks at the Port or Hobart Town, from the 21st Aug. to the 20th Sept 18G0, both inclusive. ARRIVED. w ; "i,' , Aug. 22-Eclipse, fcchnoncr, from TVnt Albert; ^Harriett.Nathan, barque, from Melbonrno ; Don J ',' Pedro II., barque, from Melbonrno ¡ AV. J). Dean, ' .sclioonor, from Launceston. Aug. 25-North Star, brig, from Molbourno; Billin oral, HOhconer, from Newcastle, N.S.W.; Ura 1iia,schoonor,froai Melbonrnu ; Macquarie, sclioonor, .'fromPort Albeit. Aug.. 2S-Goklseelccr, schooner, from Melbourne; "Wild Wave, Hi'iioonor, from Melbonmo ; Flying ~trkik, t-cboiinor, from Geelong ; Pilot, bcdioóner, fpi-iMiadcluid* ; Dirt. brig, from Cevlong. Ans- ¡W-Taiman!«, i,l"amor, from .Sydney, via Twofold 'Bay. Aug. 31-City of Hobart, Muiiner, f...

Publication Title: Mercury, The
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MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 21 September 1860

MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. The uunibei of ai rivals and departures ba\e lather mci eased durmg the past month, but the Melbourne, Sjdney, and other intercolonial timber markets still continue m too depressed a state to call foi any very unusual activity m our shipments of this article of export. In Adelaide only lias tlie;o been since om last summary any marked improvement m the price of timber, but we are not at present in a position to itate that this improve- ment is moro than temporary. The departure of visitors for the Kiandra gold fields has continued at intervals during the month but the accounts are of so conflicting a natuie at present that we do not anticipate that any of the vessels will be taken off their usual bne of voyage to meet an extra demand for passenger accommodation. Since om last Summary the dipper ship Heather Bell, Captain Harnisworth, from London, Dart- mouth Juno 14, has anived (September 13), with a lai go general cargo, uftei a passage of more than usual le...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 21 September 1860

Direct and Nearest Route to the Snowy \ , River Gold Fields. " Steam to Sydney, via Twofold Bay. THE T.S.NCp's Steini- ge ship "TASMANIA," J. lüi^ö^* Clinch, commander, will leave for tbe above ports on FRIDAY, the 21at Sep. , tomber, at NOON. , ( Faiies to Twofold Bat, The T nearest Fort to the Diggings. Saloon . £7 7 0 Steerage. 3 10 0 ' Children trader 12 years of age proportion. f BENJ. M. CUNNINGHAM, Manager T. 8. N. Co. !' 'Franlclin Wharf, September 10th, 1860. U i.---? ' Ship Boomerang. THE above vessel has been with drawn from tho EaBt Coast Trade.and is now open for freight or charter to any of the neigh boring colonies. Apply to the Captain on boaid, or to ISAAC WRIGHT, Now Wharf. Steam to Melbourne. The Launceston & Melbourne Steam Navigation Co'» Royal "Mail Steam Ship "ULAOK SWAN," Alkxandeb T Woods, Commander, will leave the Company's Wharf, Launceston, on SUNDAY MOENING, the 23rd instant, at7 o'clock. For Freight or passage, Apply to GEORGE FISHER. , , Agent ...

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STATE AID TO RELIGION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 21 September 1860

STATE AID TO EELIGIQN, By common oonsont tho settlement of thlB uvuoh agitatcd question has boen remitted to tho doolslon of the now parliament. Tho compromiso attempted iu thoActpassed last session, but disallowed by tho Queen hi censoquonco of its insufficient protection of vested interests, is not likely to bo again at- tempted. By that Bchemo tho Bum of £100,000 was to bo raised by tho ísbuo of dcbontures.to con stlttito a permanent Church Fund for thp endow- ment of the four deuomiuattons at present partid pathig'iri the annual grant. Under this plan the. present iupumbeut« rwoiviug'saUwcs as Colonial Chaplains, were to be pensioned in the same way as retiring members of the Civil Service. This measure, described as one to abolish State Aid to Eeligion upon terms,waa opposed by the voluntary or pure abilitdon party, as in effect providing for the permanent endowment of a group of State churches. The latest proposal on this subject has emanated from the voluntary party. Mr. Croo...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE MERCURY. FRIDAY MORNING, SEPT. 21ST. 1860. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 21 September 1860

THE MERCÜKY. FRIDAY ÎHOlîNINGr, SEPT. 21st. 18U0. Im tlie Legislative Council yesterday several Bills which liad passed through their previous stages were read a third timo and passed, Tho Colonial Secuktavw brought in a Bill for the botter classifi- cation ol' prisoners which was read a first time. Tlio Report of the Select Conituittoo on the desira- bility of opening up Tasman's Peninsula wqs brought up. The House adjourned, (it 20 minutes to 5. Iii the Ifouda of Assembly several Bills were brought book from the Council, The amendments in tho Land Fund Appropriation Bill (by which the votes of .£0000 for Boadsand Bridgesund .£300 for Fingal Road were disallowed) wore not agreed to. Th,e Crasis nutt x\ye Hoads Hill was further con- sidered iu Committee and roported. Tho house rose at hulf-past six o'clock, Parliament has ut length grown tired of unavailing remonstrances agaiust the gros3 pecuniary qnd moral wonga for years, past systematically in fljoted. irpqu this Cp]ony by Great...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MR. JUSTICE HORNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 21 September 1860

ME. JUSTICE HOENE. Some matters affecting the character of Mr. JuBtice Horne, the Puisne Judge of the Supreme Court of Tasmania, have lately engaged the anxious atten- tion of Parliament. A judgment delivered in an equity suit in the Supreme Court at Melbourne, imputes untruthfulness to His Honor, and was to a great extent based upon the assumption that his evidence taken by commission in Tasmania was not reliable. The particulars of the case are briefly these. An uncle of the Judge, a gentleman of ad- vanced age and of considerable property, lately died, having ? at different periods exe- cuted various wills. The will last executed prior to his death, was the one for which his Son, the cousin and brother-in-law of Mr. Justice Horne, applied for probate. Probate was opposed by the Messrs.Gilles,sons of the testator's daughter, generally on the ground that the will was at variance with the testator's expressed intentions and with probabilities, and especially on the ground that the s...

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THE LAST PHASE OF CONVICTISM [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 21 September 1860

¿i¿»¿M¿--- I i -I THE LAST PHASE OF CONVICTISM Tu* injustioa inflicted upon this Colony by throw- ing upon it the burden of maintaining paupers originally sent out under sentence is not the only grievance to which we are subjected. We have .till cooped up on the Peninsula five or six hundred of the most desperate characters over congregated together in one place-the refuse of the system rince its first establishment at Botany Bay. These tuen after being coerced into good conduct for a few months are, in obedience to the scandalous instructions sent out by the Duke of Newcastle, turned loose with tickets-of-leave amongst the unoffending inhabitants of this Colony in order to release the Home Government from the expense of maintaining them. How long this cruel system is to be kept up we cannot tell. Several years ago «re cheerfully gave up on annual sum of four hundred thousand pounds expended by the British authorities in this Colony on convict discipline to gat rid of the moral degr...

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COMMERCIAL RECORD. Mercury Office, September 20, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 21 September 1860

COMMERCIAL EcCOED. I . Mercury Office, September 20, I860. TUo Customs lUturoi for lbs month ending August 31st, 180.1, show sa «tees» lu valus of IraporU otu exports. The ira po Usinoun lug to aff7.),tU9 (Hobart Town atíl9,!>2} snl Linn cestón £40 529) and the exports to .¿33 033 (Hobart loon t"*lUf) and Launceston í 13^73), hnve a balance in ttvor of Im- ports of Í3G 31C, the balanoe the previous monta being lu fa«or of imports to the amount of 43093" Compiling the returns fortuelastmonthwi hth.>seforAjgust I8u9 we lind a decrease in lmporUof£3144,auladeorejaBuiox,iortsotf4l,c.90,tiobartlown showing a decrease in imports of ii oi j and a deciease in Lxports of af?17,?ou,«ud Luuucastoiia decreiseiu imitons of £\t Oin and 0 decrease in exports of £23 81b¡ und al compared with the re- turns for Au, Usll3a9 ue rind ade, reuse in impolis of atril (l..iJ anio, de reaie 11 exports f £1H7U Hobait Towu shotting a decrease in lui porta of iMO »01 an 1 a decrea eiueipottsof £,Jlj, and ...

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THE MONTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 21 September 1860

THE MONTH. Monday, the 27th ultimo, being the anniversary of the birthday of the Prince Consort, was ob- served as a general holiday with the usual official formalities. The Volunteers of Hobart Town mustered in strong force at the Town Hall, each corps being commanded by its respective officer, and shortly before noon marched to the Queen's Park preceded by the Band of the Artillery Corps. At noon the gunnars of this Corps fired a royal salute in honor of the occasion from the Prince's battery, and in the afternoon the members of the three Corps followed to the grave the remains of Mr. F. H. Lovett, who, at the time of his death, was a member of the Buckingham Rifle Corps, this being the first funeral of a vobinteer conducted with military honors. In the Sittings in Banco, after the second term, at the, Supreme Court, on a rule nisi for a new trial by the paintiffs, in the case of Maning and Anr, v. Crowther, referred to in a former Summary, the Chief Justice delivered an elaborate...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 21 September 1860

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. BIRTHS. BIRCHALL.—September 8, Mrs. Andrew W. Birchall, Brisbane-street, Launceston, of a daughter.   BROWN.—August 26 at her residence, the Royal Standard,     Elizabeth-street, Mrs. R. Brown, of a daughter.     BRYAN.—August 30, at Evandale, Mrs. John Bryan, of a son. CLEBURNE.—September 17, at her residence, Old Wharf,     Hobart Town, Mrs. R. M. Cleburne, of a son.     COLE.—August 27, at her residence Liverpool-street,   Hobart Town, Mrs. W. Cole, of a daughter. COWLE.—September 8, at Cullenswood, Mrs. T. P. Cowle       jun., of a son. DAVIS.—August 17 at her residence, Leicester Buildings, Murray-street, Hobart Town, Mrs. Charles Davis, of a   daughter. FARRER.—September 11, at No. 27 Davey-street, Hobart   Town, Mrs. Rowland Farrer, of a son. GOODWIN.—August 20, at h...

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HOBART TOWN MARKETS. Mercury Office, Friday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 22 September 1860

HOBART TOWN MARKETS. Mercury Oßce, Friday Afternoon. '..Wheat was rather firmer to-day, and holders -generally wore not disposed to quit at 7s. per bushel, ,the advices to hand from Melbourne this morning 'notifying nu advance in the markets of the neigh. bouring colonies. - . For oats and barley the inquiry is very trifling. Hay remains without alteration. ', ¡Sinoe the receipt of intelligence from Melbourne 'an improved demand has set in for potatoes and prices immediately advanced 10s. per ton, quota- tions being now given at XU 10s. to £7 per ton. Flour is firmer in consequence of tho rise at Melbourne mid Adelaide, and fine flour was quoted to-day at Ü18 per ton, but buyers generally have ,»o,confidence iu tho present state of the market jistúl but very little is doing. ?. '' Bran ia unchanged.

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HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY, 20TH SEPTEMBER, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 22 September 1860

HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. Thursday, 20tii September, 18G0. The SPEAKER took the chair at 4 p.m. NOTICES OF MOTION. Mr. CHAPMAN to move in Supply for £100, as apiizefor the winning yacht at the Yacht Race, Hobart Town, 1861, the race to be run Bubject to rules of Tasmanian Yacht Club. The COLONIAL TREASURER in Supply to take the sense of the House as to the propriety of renewing Telegraphic Communication between Victoria and Tasmania. ÎIOTION8. LUKE JENN1NOS. Mr. BALFE moved that the depositions taken by the Warden of the Glamorgan Rural Municipal- ity in the case of Luke Jennings, n Pensioner, und now under sentence of six months' imprisonment in Her Majesty's Gaol nt Hobart Town, bo laid on the table. I The ATTORNEY-GENERAL said the matter was now before tho Government, and would rocoivo full attention. Mr. BALFE thou withdrew the motion. MR. KIRWAN. Mr. BALFE asked the lion, the Attorney-General if tho roport in one of the morning papers bo ti ne, that a Commission as Captain of the King...

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EVENING SITTING. LEAVE OF ABSENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 22 September 1860

EVENING SITTING. LEAVE OF ABSENCE. On the motion of Mr. WEDGE leave of absence was granted to Captain Langdon for fourteen days. CLASSIFICATION OF PRISONERS BILL. Tlie Bill was read a second time and committed ; the report was adopted, and the third reading made an order of the day for Monday. PUBLIC SERVICE. Mr. BUTTON aBked the Colonial Secretary, if there is a nile observed, in filling up vacancies in connection with tho public service, of giving a pre ferenco to persons who have held appointments or had previous employment, and whose character and ability are satisfactory ? The COLONIAL SECRETARY replied that there was no rulo imposed upon Heads of Depart- ments, but that practically the iule was generally adopted. LAND FUND SUPPLEMENTARY APPROPRIATION BILL, 1800. The House now went into Committee for the consideration of the message from tho House of Assembly disagreeing to the amendment in this Bill, striking out the item of Ü5000 in aid of roads and bridges. The COLONIAL SECR...

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PARLIAMENT OF TASMANIA. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 22 September 1860

PARLIAMENT OF TASMANIA. i LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Thursday, Siptembïb 20rii. . The PRESIDENT toole his seat at 5 minutes past 4 o'clock. NOTICE. Mr. BUTTON to ask tho Colonial Secretary to- morrow if any rule íb observed in filling up vacan- cies by giving a preference to persons vho had previously held appointments ? PRISONERS* CLASSIFICATION BILL. The COLONIAL SECRETARY, by leave ob tain ed, and without previous notice, introduced a Bill for the better classification of prisoners. The hon. member said that the Bill was in- tended to continue the Act 17 Viet. No. 3, which expired at the end of the present year, and it was proposed to continue the Act to the first session of Parliament in 1863. The Bill was read a first time, and the second reading mode an order of the day for to-morrow. LAND FUND BUPrLEMENTABT APFBOPBIATION 4- BILL, 1800. This Bill was read a third time and passed. LAND FUND APPROPRIATION BILL. f Tho COLONIAL SECRETARY moved tho third leading of this Bill. Mr. BISDEE ...

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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21ST. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 22 September 1860

Friday, September 21st. The PRESIDENT took his seat at sovon minutes past 4 o'clock. PETITION. Mr. GELL presented a petition from SO rate Sayers of New Norfolk, against clause 2 of the few Norfolk Water Bill, and praying that five of the Commissioners should be appointed trieunially by the ratepayers. NOTICE OF MOTION. Mr. GELL to move on Monday that the Council resolve itself into Committee to consider that por- tion of His Excellency tho Governor's speech hav- ing reference to irrigation. PAPERS. Tho COLONIAL SECRETARYlaid on the table au extract tram a letter from the Colonial Office in London,having reference to the powers of officers as to convict expenditure, which was ordered to be printed. The COLONIAL SECRETARY laid on the table u memorial from the Bouovolent Society requesting assistanco from the Government, which was ordered to be printed. VOLUNTEER MOVEMENT. The COLONIAL SECRETARY said that the address from the Houso embodying tho suggestions comprised-in the progress re...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHIPPING. PORT OF HOBART TOWN. ENTERED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 22 September 1860

Bttioiita. POM* 01? HOBART TO\VN. ENTEKKB OUT. . September 21.-Wee Tottio, brig, 352 tons, A. E. B. Brown, for Adelaide. CLEAEED OUT. -September 21.-Tasmania, T.S.N. Co's screw steamer, 2S5 tons. Clinch, for Sydney, via Twofold Bay with Bundriuii. Additional passengers j Cabin -For ""Sydney, Mr. Suai, Mm. McGregor, Mr. Brown. Steerage-John Phillips, Catherine Sul- livan. For Eden-George Elliott, Mm. Cooper, James Morris, Henry Bidgwoy, Charles Tell, Alexander Lobban, James Thompson, John ile Cormack, Henry Hilditch, John Gibbons. Total steerage to Eden-33. SAILED. September 21.-Tasmania, steamer, for Sydney, via Twofold Bay. COASTERS INWAHDfl. ^pfrmber 21.-Twins.from Bruni,with firewood ; Swansea Packet, from North West Bay, with fire- wood; Australian Youth, from Huon with timber. '?*'?' ' EXPOBTS. J- Tasmania, for Sydney-For Sydney 5 bags potatoes, F. Piguenit ; 22 do. do. 9 ess. jams, 11 sacks seeds, 20 ess. green fruit, C. V. Creswell ; 418 bags potatoes, T 1). Chapman &...

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MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 22 September 1860

¡^MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. , "The brig Reliance, from this port, arrived at Lyttleton, via Otago, on the 2nd ult. By private letter from Recherche (without date) we aro informed that three of one of the boat's crews of the Nautilus had been lost off the South West Cape by the staving in of the boat which was 'Out to a whale, and that a young man from this town named Quinn was one of the number, but as this information is not confirmed by lato reports -from tho whalers in Recherche and off the Cape, we trust thero is some mistake in the matter. The Tasmanian loft yesterday for Sydney via Twofold Bay,taking toTDilen ¡JSsteerago passengers, .showing that the reports from the Snowy River brought by the diggers returning by the Tasmania ?an ber last trip, have boen such as to check the neb. departure of many intending visitors to the Kiandra goldfields. The Heather Bell, barque, has discharged all her cargo, and the vessel having been put in sea going trim, Captain Mackenzie clears out fo...

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[BY SUBMARINE AND ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] MOUNT NELSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 22 September 1860

[bt submarine ani> electric teleobapii.] ? MOUNT NELSON. Sept. 21-Wind S.W. ; weather, fhie.cloudy. Bar. 37*7, Therm. 37. _LOW ÏÏEADS. Sept. 21-Wind, N.W. ; weather clear. Bar. 30-10; Therm 40. CIRCULAR HEAD. HAILED. ' Sept. 21-Titania, Btoamer, for Launceston. ''! Wind, E., light ; weather, cloudy. .'/ : PORT ALBERT. ARRIVED. September 12.-Macquarie, from Hobart Town. SYDNEY. a um VED. September U.-Don Pedro, from Hobart Town. ', MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. September 10.-Harriet Nathan, Goldsocker, from Hobart Town. i ¡ September 17.-North Star, Dart, from Hobart Town. _

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 22 September 1860

Wednesday, October 10th. , Licensed House, Grass Tree Hill. At the Marl, JWEDNESDAY, Oetobei lO.h, 1860, at out o'clock MB WÚHLEY Is instructed to sell by auction to the highest bidder. flUIOSB modern and commodious premises, i rknpwn ,as Shelstone Hotel, beautifully situated between Elsdon and Richmond, ttith also six acres of land partially cleared The premises are newly built and abound with cowyjmenoes. and as the Shelstone Hotel is tin. only puen of aoeommodation for man and horse on the road,the occupant can always do ntl! The present tenant has a lease for 6 years at £50 per annum. Title-Grant from tne frown Terms-Either cub, or £300 may remain on mortgage for a term and the balance in cash Saturday, 22nd September. Ruing Sun, Bathurst Street, tinder Destramt for Rent. Stewart agamU Cox. MR. WORLEY Will sell by auction, Without Reserve, on the Premises, On SATURDAY, September_22nd, 18C0, at 11 ,,1 j o clock prompt, BAB FITTINGS, and Utensils in Trade, I Beer Engine, Spirit Fo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 22 September 1860

WANTED immediately a BOY accustomed to the farm labor, has no objection to an apprentice. Apply to JAMES YOUNG, Rose Cottage, Glenorchy. . s25 WANTED Four Furnished BOOMS, with the use of Kitchen. Apply to the office of this paper. t c WANTED-A Nursery Governess. Apply E.H.. at this office. WANTED-Immediately for the Country, a GIRL, to assist in Housework and do Needlework. Apply to LADY FLEMING, Holbrook Place. Sept. 17th. to WANTED-A Strong Active WOMAN, as General Servant. Apply to MES. DOWDELL, Mona-street, Battery Point. 22s WANTED immediately, a LAD of about 14 j ears old, to drive bullocks and make himself generally useful. J. O O. Mc ARDE LL, Mornington, Kangaroo Point. 7th September. t th s te Servants Wanted. AMAN to look after a horse and gig and make himself generally useful. Also, A good tempered middle-aged woman to attend on an infirm lady. Apply to THOS. Y. LOWES, Glcnorchr, Sept. 22, 1800. h 25 Direct and Nearest Route to the Snowy River Gold Fields. Steam to Sydne...

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