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CIRCULAR HEAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 26 September 1860

CIRCULAR HEAD. September 25.-Wind E. fresh, weather fine.

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TO [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 26 September 1860

TO 'ilíB ïl)lïO»'8ii 'flflj MiíRol/íttt 8íu,«»í have penwod ti letter in your paper; oí tho 7th September, signed " Charles Meredith," in which that gentleman has made a very freo uso of my name; I would treat such an uncalled for production with the silent contempt it deserves; were it not for the evident endeavor made, to lower me in tho estimation of the public, and more particularly amongst a community with whom I have resided since 1836. Mr. Meredith is right in what he saya as to my having opposed the grant of £1000 for making a road among the rocks on the banka Of the Frossor's River, terminating in tho ocean at Orford; and I shall contiuno to opposo suoh a waste of public money-but Mr Meredith forgets to tell the electors that I was one amongst the inhabitants of this district, with others in the Glamorgan, who signed a pétition praying that tho sum of £2000 be grantedformalring a road through Paradise, following the line marked by Mi-. Calder, the Surveyor-General, as nearl...

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KING'S ISLAND. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 26 September 1860

^ ' ? KING'S ISLAND. AUBIVED. September 20.-Flying Fish, from Hobart Town, lying wind bound.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 26 September 1860

(yîvLE Eje OLKNCOF.-Wo reuiiml tlio tioue ol the bolo this"day by W. A. Ouos(lo|i fc Co,, of tho cargo of choice bullocks "ex .üiencoe, tli)(o 2fpi'l|a}iV nast.-(ADVT.)

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HOBART TOWN MARKETS. Mercury Office, Tuesday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 26 September 1860

HOBART TOWN MARKETS. Mercury Oßee, Tuesday Afternoon. An improvement lias taken placo in the wheat market, and in ono or two instance,! 7A. !)'l. mid 8s. have been offered. The news from Melbourne as notified in our telegram from Georgo Town to-day confirms tho previous advance in tho markets of the neighboring oolonios. Otts uro improving in the Melbourne, market but HO reaction has as yet taken place hore. , English borley is quoted at Ga. to Ga. 3d. per bushel with very littlo inquiry. Potatoes continue in good demand, and prices are steady at £7 to £710s. per ton. The intelligence to hand by telegraph from Mel beano has caused a rise in tho flour market, and Ane flour is now quoted at X10 per ton. , Bran Ss unchanged.

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[BY SUBMARINE AND ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] MOUNT NELSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 26 September 1860

?". [fit SUBMARINE AND KDECTBIO TEI.EOBAPH.l ' MOUNT NELSON. September 25.-Wind N.W.

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THREE HUT POINT. CLEARED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 26 September 1860

THREE HUT POINT. CLEARED OUT. September 15.-Almcda, schooner, 210 tons, N B. Cleary, for Melbourne, with timber. EXTOETS. Almoda,for Melbourne-37,000 feet sawh timber, 34 piles, Boylo&Co.

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HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, 25TH SEPTEMBER, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 26 September 1860

HOUSE OP ASSEMBLY, I -.- . < TUESDAY, 23TH SEPTEMBER, 1800. . The SNEAKER took the chair at 4 p.m. x NOTICE OP MOTION. Mr. BÍLFE to move for a Select Committee to consider the expediency of amending the present tariff (Wednesday). OBDEBS OP THE DAY. I OEEAT LAKE GOADS BILL. Bill reid a third time and passed. HlANKINa ACT AMENDMENT DILL. The atiendnieuts herein made by the Legislative i Council vero read, and were-1st, extension of the power of Franking to Mayors of Hobart Town and Launceion; and-2nd, power of Franking' by membefj of Parliament in recess as well as in ses- sion. "Juelatter was agreed to; tho former, as a breach »fthe privileges of the Assembly, which body almo has power,, to originate money votes or exemptuu fioiu taxes was opposed by the Colonial Treamuer. Mr. ÄATTHEWS insisted on tho right of the Upper Jlouse to moke the amendment, and called for a division. The ATf ORNEY-GENERAL pointed out that the qutstion was one really of privilege, and that it was ...

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MELBOURNE. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 26 September 1860

MELBOURNE. Monday. Business if anything lias slightly improved since last telegram. Cargo ex ITaitictto Nathan sold at auction-Pull cut 9s. to 103. 3d. 5 feet palings 6s. 9d. to 7s. G feet Its. to los. 3d.' Box 13s. (k1. Adelaide flour remains firm at X18. Wlioat 7s. in demand. Colonial oats rising at 4s. 2d. Butter is very low, Colonial fresh being sold at Is. ßd. per lb, and very abundant. Ale and porter improved.

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LATER FROM NEW ZEALAND. BY ELEOTIC TELETRAPH. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Low Heads, Tuesday Morning. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 26 September 1860

LATER FROM NEW' ZEALAND. »} ELEOTIO 'fE.LECiHAW{. (FKOM our. OWN COIIUUSPONDLNT.) Low Heads, Tuesday Morning. Tho Royal Shepherd has just passed through tho neads and dolivored the following Message for tho nobart Town Mercury. g l'pKl y, September 2Qth, 18G0. Tho mail stoaiqor Lord Ashley brings papers from Taranaki lo tho l<lth iust. On the lOUi instant all the troops under com- mand of General Pratt, upwards of 1,500, marched for Waitara against W. King!. Two empty pahs were burnt the next day*aftor beimr fired on for some ljtn,P, Bart of first division advanced inland and woro fired on by tho Natives in ambush ; a general advance was then modo in skirmishing order ; tho Natives kept up a heavy firo from the bush, Our troops returned Uro and relived. Que man missing, throo wqijudoq\ No end qf ínarohiiig. but nothing mow is being dono. Letters liavo boon received from Commissioned Officers at Taranaki, containing expressions of tho deepest disgust and dissatisfaction at...

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PARLIAMENT OP TASMANIA. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 26 September 1860

PARLIAMENT OP TASMANIA. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23TH. THE PRESIDENT took his seat at 10 minutes past 4 o'clock. PAPER8. Tho COLONIAL SECRETARY laid on tho table a copy of n letter addressed to the Trustees of St. Mary's Hospital from tho Colonial Secretary, which was read and ordered to be piinted. BOYAL SOCIETY'S LAND UILL. Tlie COLONIAL SECRETARY, as the lion, member for South Esk wai absent, moved that the second reading of tfiis Bill bo postponed till Thursday, Motion put and passed. COUBTS OP BEQUE8TS LAW AMENDMENT BILL. On the motion of the COLONIAL SECRETARY this Bill was read a third timo and passed. STAGE COACH ACT AMENDMENT BILL. The COLONIAL SECRETARY moved the second reading, and briefly stated the objects of the Bill. Mr. BISDEE seconded. After a few remarks from Mr. J. C. GREGSON, Mr. BUTTON, Mr. CARTER, and Mr- WESTON, the Bill was read a second timo and. committed. The CHAIRMAN reported the Bill without amendment, the report was adopted, and the stand...

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MELBOURNE SHIPPING. ABRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 26 September 1860

MELBOURNE SHIPPING. ABRIVED. September 21.-Great Britain with nearly 500 passengers ; near the Heads she caine into collision with the Oscar, both bows slightly damaged. September 22.-City of Hobart from Hobart Town. SAILED. September 22. - Goldseoker and Harriette Nathan for Hobart Town. Septombor 23.-North Star for Hobart Town. POLITICAL NEWS. Aaplnall has resigned his seat for Castlemaine ; Thomson and Harrison intend to resign for Geelong and others arc spoken of now that tho Land Bill is settled, . « Passengers by Royal Shepherd :-Mr. and Mrs. Saunders, Mrs. McKinnon, Mrs. Silk, MCSBI'S. G. Gibson, J. Norwood, J. Ralston, Swain, n. Cohen, Joel, J. Clayton, Friend, and nine steerage.

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 26 September 1860

NOTICE TO CORimPONDEM'S. '*. One who hat lott loth father ami mother" writes on Wie subject of the recent hupicst at Hie Queen's '- ' Orphan School in a taiic.of levity winch, we are persuadai, would quite counteract whatever good ?intention he may have if we published his letter.

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AMATEUR PERFORMANCE IN AID OF THE BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 26 September 1860

AMATEUR PERFORMANCE IN AID OF THE BENEVOLENT SOCIETY, Mns. HARWARÇ, we are happy to say, has sufficiently recovered to attend rehearsal. Ii will, however, be impossible now to have the performances, as originally intended, cn the 1st proximo. They have now been positively fixed to take piuco on next Monday week the 8th October. The pieces selected for the occasion are a Drama of thrilling interest entitled The Emigrant's Daughter, the well kuown farce of The Christening, and a farce of great celebrity entitled " But However." The f}rst rehearsal tool; place last night.

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THE MERCURY. WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPT. 26TH, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 26 September 1860

THE MEECÜBY. WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPT. 26T, I860. IN the Legislative Council yesterday, tho motion for the second reading of the Boya! Society's Land Bill was postponed till to-morrow. The Stago Coach Act Amendment Bill was read a second and third time and passed. The Cross and Bye Roads Bill was read a second time and committed. The INSPECTOE of POLICE was examined at the Bar, in reference to the item of JE3000 for Wateh hooses in the Public Works Loan BUL The House having gone into Committee on the Bill the item was agreed to. The Bill was reported, read a thud time and passed. Tho New Norfolk Water Bill was considered in Committee. Tho Council adjourned at 20 minutes lo ten o'clock. IN the Assembly the consideration of amendments inado by the Legislative Council in the Franking Bill, was postponed to this day. With reference to amendments modo by the Council in the Land Fund Supplementary Appro- priation Bill, it was resolved that a Conference be solicited, and managers on tho par...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 26 September 1860

4 LARGE ' GENERAL VARIETY 1 i i SPBING& SUMMER GOODS /{£.$?, RECEIVED, PER "HEATHER BELL, o J ' BY T. MçfOBMACK, . WINDSOB HOUSE, Corner of Liverpool ft Harrington streets, And from the prices at which they are now marced for sale, T. M. coní¿Jently enumerates a few of their Classes and Prices A large assortment of Ladies' Tweed and Summer Cloth Mantles, from 6s 9J to 23 < comprising all pnces between Do Jackets, 8s 9d and npwards Do Buff Lawn, 3s 9d do Crossover Norwich Lustre Dresses in great ; variety, 7s 9d do Prinféd Muslin, 12 yards. 6s 6d do JH& Mourning, various styles and qualities Steel Skeleton Skirts, 3J and upwards jtoppedNett. 4s U do Printed De Laines, 8d per yard Fancy Straw Bonnets, 2s and npwards Ladies*, Girls', and Children's Straw H its various qualities Bayadere Parasols, 4s and upwards Plain .Gan Fronts, and with Flow ers lOd to Buff Mantle Lawn, Is per yard Bonnet Ribbons, 10d to Is 3d Maltese'Lace Falls, 2s and upwards Fine Lawn, H...

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MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 26 September 1860

MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. A fore-and-aft schooner, not mode out, was at Bundown in Wedge Bay. The Boindio, schooner, carne up from the East Coast yesterday afternoon. I'lio waster reports very bad weather on the Coast during the last three weeks with strong gales from the Southward. The Southern Cross was oil'Tas man's Island on Monday «vening. The Boindio brings the following cargo: -8 casks butter, CO bogs wheat, 45 do oats, 40 do potatoes, Paterson ; 8G bags wheat, 2 casks butter, I. Wright j 66 casks butter, 31 bags wheat, 405 bags potatoes, 23 do barley, Tabart & Webster ; 48 bags potatoes. Order; 25 cheeses, Watchorn. The Robert Burns, from the Coast, al"0 arrived yesterday, with 25 tons potatoes, 100 bags wheat, IO cheeses, and 12 casks butter. Captain Dawson reports the Scotia, schooner, in Spring Bay on Monday, taking in stone, with part of her bulwarks Hashed away in rounding Cape Pillar. FEMALE EHIOBATION TO TASMANIA.-On Satur- day the Isles of the South, a very ii ...

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EVENING SITTING. SUPREME COURT CONVICTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 26 September 1860

EVENING SITTING. SUPREME COURT CONVICTIONS. Mr. ALLISON laid on the table a return of the   convictions in the Supreme Court from 1850 to 1859 inclusive, showing a total of 1097, 89 of whom only had always been free. Ordered to be printed. LAUNCESTON AND DELORAINE RAILWAY. On the motion of Mr. CROOKES the House went into Committee on the Report ot the Joint Committee herein. The Report having been read Mr. CROOKES regretted the absence of Mr. Chapman who should have moved the question, and who had given a great amount of attention, and time to the subject. A number of most reli- able witnesses had been examined, including the Mayor of Launceston, Mr. Douglas, Mr. Henry, Mr.     Button, Mr. Falconer, and Mr. Gale. Their evi- donce went to show that no loss would arise from the adoption of the scheme and that property ge- nerally would be greatly enhanced in value. The district through which the line would pass was one of the most valuable and ri...

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SHIPPING. [?]RT OF HOBART TOWN. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 26 September 1860

rtWg.,.fi&f».*1f.lTMr..*,.»,ti*,...l^M - - . -, Bttîl?lJJtNG* -?_ ° )RT OF HOBART TOWN. ABBIVBD. September 25.-Glencoe, barque, ICO tons, B. White, from Port Albert, 21st inBtnnt, with cattle und sheep- Agents-BOJ-B & Hall. September 25.-Free Trader, barque, 200 tons, TKbin, from Poit Albert, 21st instant, with cattle and sheep. Agents-Guesdon &. Co. ENTERED OUT. ', September 23.-Tyne, schooner, 91 tons, Kiddle, for Adelaide. CMABED oin*. September 28.-Heather Bell, barque, 417 toni>, Mackenzie, for Guam, in ballast. September 25.-Victory, schooner, 48 tons, Baker, for Melbourne, with stone (to be shipped at Taylor's Bay). September 25.-Tamar, schooner, 110 tons, W. Fie, for Melbourne, with sundries. ( SAILED. September 25.-Tamar, for Melbourne. «tPORTS. Glencoe, from Port Albert-70 head cattle, 100 sheep, Boys & Hall. Free Trader, from Port Albert-85 head cattle, 125 sheep, Guesdon &Co. EXPORTS Victory, for Melbourne-50 tons stone (tobe ?h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 26 September 1860

Direct and Nearest Route to the Snowy Uiver Gold Fields. Steam to Sydney, via Twofold Bay. THE T.S.N.Co's Steam- ship "TASMANIA," J. Clinch, commander, will leave for tbo abo« porta on or about SATURDAY, October the 6th, ai NOON. ' FABES TO TWOFOLD BAI, The nearest Fort to the Digging "Saloon. £7 f 0 .(Steerage. 3 1» 0 Children tinder 12 years of a;e in proportion. BENJ. M. CUNNING! TAM, ¡ ' Manager T. S. N. Co. Franklin Wharf, s , September 21st, 1860. Steam to Melbourne. Return Tickets. Return Ticki THE T. S. N. CompWs Steamship i " CITY OF HOBART," Alfred Darby, Commander, willleave for MELBOURNE, on WEDNESDAY, 3id October, at three o'clock p.m. FAMS. s «..a. Eeturn Tickets, available for two months or four voy ageB .. 13 10 0 Single Passage, Saloon. 7 0 0 ' Single Passage, Steerage . 3 10 0 Children under 12 years of ago in pro« portion, f BENJ. M. CUNNINGHAM, Manager, T.S.N. Co. Franklin Wharf, ' September 21st, 1860. Steam to Melbourne. THE L.and M S.N.Co's steam ship ROYALSHE...

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