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Agriculture. REPORT. AUSTRALIA HORTICULTURAL AGRICULTURE SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 6 October 1856

Gove' Igrirulfc; passq ? ? ? in „ ? —7~ ? ? kefoj, _ 'I AUSTJ; A LLUIORTf CULTURAL ^GlilGULTUR, SOCIETY. pre-^fifcator portioij the annual report of P™J- '' co't nirtjiny valnnblo sugges SiK'SfeiI.'n 11)0 (incement oi' Agricul Iirendgfk^V'il' hound interesting: — ft}' '' , pstmg.elnils of the society's % ?h«vc»nin}l--J^Ju«msTfrl:nnr 41 preclude th: H ' of airfnSfdgtliencd liirks thereon by the , committee. Ihey.cannot.howcrWst the opportunity ' i„'ei.e,,T''^ .,'!1.con81'il'-,lafoHl-ms to their recent hpleuuid exhibitions of ngridijri implements nnJ horse stock, -unequalled, probtil/j-i any other colonial dependency ol the ]!ntish o.fiir. as evidencing the wisdom and policy of the Corinmit » approprh.tim! an annual grant for tlio encotiildimt of such objects. lS„. re !Cn°y V'° G,?,er»'»F'« evinced oil tili i : 8,0113 13 most cordial desil tSromote the interests llL co«S-0CI0( iV' ^ I']eilseJ tu ai 0,1 t,l° estimates of , session tlio nr.ual gratuity -f£100 towards prizes for agricult...

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THE WAY OF [?]ORLD. (A FRAGMI[?] [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 6 October 1856

01 n? II 33 YTXY OF T o ii L D, (a fracmi '?* * ? -1 smiFP, fond dreamer, from m'ind lII'« vain illusions wi)iidv thy^ ; Ac»th cherished. Not. for th',rc:ul the lore thou scckc^y^jj ' 1;..i one whose lut iu' poverty i?' r ,e -.itou ha-d not wraith ; and, fa clso Minst thou to olFcr that mny .f'oad7 Iilo helnthoe to the prize thoHi.iffr/u-;n? , jjju vnin thou c^tnvisestsparM ,57 ? -from the rich storehouse of tlftf fain ^ ' fliou drawest Wisdom's trtwijj&ain. v ' ftliiou hast not wealths whyUttUnn ? . if*'* prtoo which is reserved fo:[jidrri r'-irtunc hast smiled, nnd UieioUB bestowed? H-st think that all thy wit. amount, ' ? eron as the worth of otio pocr ganll, c,Vhcn weighed ngninst the tljclx wealth imparls? 'rue, thou hast manly hcuirj.ndijjraee; ..Vai i capable of wannest lor-mcdi '',--r sweet communion withaoulj ind yet to solitude lliow . } liou dost, indeed, fund youtie tlio world, fthou dost think that ttobkml * vr moral worth, or lttfiy sent!; . ? ^ _;-au for a mom...

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[?] District. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 6 October 1856

'i '^5 lAMA. PU]J. N CORRESPOND F.NT.} _ |l. f — -Lust Saturday evening mn|. k j. / ^ A _ iore, miiiously expectin' to -nil T .of the factious move in t.r| p id othevj camo to it e4URV. K] niiit e from tlieir ascents to, enal t }? . J , nalo ontlift 2!Kh, but all ive. . .'did not arrive, .t,i)l «!iW«.n., ' ' W, OM tk'onfrs l'l'cy : spovtCj,,-^^,, w.ire- -0 Hie thundering revci, 'si'i-'in ? ' ~ 'ienlbur't.Jiavili:s confiuus; afmiiflte unfafliom'd ? ti, grave, ,.j; 'niry fllinwcr f-f*?iptvklin?.fo:a^(iry pprny, ' per mnuk (lie fie- J- column's y 'n(3,(th dijtrii.ition's ponfway, , \ ' r|iipsimrhi(f(lanw,itcriiilcirlaj„CSSi(i(.w . -.-U with f Iiosk niilil ''lue s'.ir5 (-f' jlt,n-x Vcstvcw. ?tlie .ign^licn sweet Tea™, wilt linti' ernwiAl, i .his /Y'Cease to wnvo thy olive ia|| nVoum|, I '1 ? ? ?

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HORTICULTURAL IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 6 October 1856

HORTICULTURAL LUrilOVEMHNT SOCIETY; {From the Empire.) 1 his society liave oxtended their present spring ex hibition over ii period of two days, and we. think with very good results. The number of visitors on Saturday last, t,ho second day, nearly qund, upled tluif, of Friday'. : A few tresh^ cut flowers were exhibited, which howevor'wero not sullieiently important to merit Kpecial montion: ' ' A number of wax flowers exhibited by Miss Sande'man,' formed oiie of tlio chief features of the second day's ex hibition, since they did not, .liko their '' lovely '.com panions,' grow laded. It is a great- pity that tliero was no prize given for these wax flowers for if it lie considered worthy of approbation to successfully imitiito iu art tlio beautiful forms of vegelablo Tile, then .indeed lias the fair artist deserved to bo rewarded. Amongst tho' more ?jerfect, imitations wns tho convolvulus which was more thin,' (Hr'ce mistaken for its original in nature. ;i We must not omit to mention ...

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Shipping. WOLLONGONG SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 6 October 1856

gltqtpittg. AVOIiliONGOXG SHIPPING.. ?. : , ARRIVALS* ? . - ' v * Sej&oinbcr 20, — tllawftrra, Sullivan, from Kiama. ... September J50. — Illuwutrit, Sullivan, from Sydney* Elizabeth Cohen from Sydney. October 1. — Xora Crclnn, Fletcher, from Sydney, October 2. — lllrtu-unvi, .Stilliv/iJi, from Sydney. Nora Crcina, Fletcher, from Shoalhaven and Ivianm. October 3. — Illawarra, Sullivan, from Kiama. October 4. — Xora Crcina, Fletcher, from Sydney. Kiama, Charles, from Syduey. lHawafra, Sullivun, from Sydney. r-EI»ARTCRF.S. September 20. — TUmvarra, Sullivan, for SyiVnc$\ October 1. — -'ora Creinu, Fletcher, for Kiama, &nri Shoal huveu. October 2 — -Tora Creina, Fletcher, for Sydney. Octolicr '3.— ^ll/vwarni, Sullivan, for Kiama. . Illawarra, Sullivan, for Sydney. October 4. — Nora Crcina, Fletcher, for Kiama and Shoalhayon i Kianui, Charles, for Kiama. October 5. — Illawarra, Sullivan, for Kinma.

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The Metropolis. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 6 October 1856

€t)i llrtrnpalia. [FROM OUR OWN' CORRERroNDENT.] Tlio 'ministerial ori»is,' ns it is not improperly termed, lins formed the' subject of much excitement tliis week. O11 Moiulny -1 rerv numerons meeting, convened by tlie t'rieihla of Mr. Cowper, wns held iu the Prince of Wales Theatre, Castlorenurh-street, every nook and corner of which wns crammed. Never before did tho boxes of that splendid theatre present such a motly appearance. At eight o'clock, Mr. Pennington was called to the chair and proceeded to address tlie assembly ; but scarcely had he uttered -five words when ho was assailed by such a volley of hooting, and other narks of disapprobation, as, effectually prevented a Mentence being heard. It was at once evident that the house inul been partied bv a mob, and from the frequent repetition of tho words 'the dirty, Irish,' an expression that had been incautiously used by one of the 'buuch on tho hustings, there was 110 dilll cnltv in tracing, the origin of disturbance, one afte...

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CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 6 October 1856

CHINA. By way of Singapore we (Adelaide Register) lirtve news from China to July 10. The following paragraphs contain all we can find of interest to tho Australian renders : — The whole colony of Hongkong appears to be ' set hV the ears' in consequence of the conduct, temper, and proccedines of the Attornev-General; who. whatever are his intentions, has a mo-t liiicouciliatorv mode of con ducting the duties of his odice and station. In a small colony such a stnte of matters is deeply to be regretted. Mr. Anster may mean well; but lie has a most uncommon and bad way of indieatiilg liis intentions, and is always iii hot water. The Chinese rebellion is again breaking out 011 all sides, and considerable apprehension is felt that Canton and Shanghai wiii once more be the seats of disquietude and bloodshed, with nil their concomitant evils. Should the disturbances spread towards Assam and 011 our border we would soon bear of British inter ference or filibustering, and probably annexation,...

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OUR REPRESENTTIVE AND MR. HAY'S MOTION. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 6 October 1856

OUR REPRESENTORS AND MR. HAY'S MOT I OX. The expression of opinion and the vote given by Mr. H. Osijorne in the late .debate should, in some - degree, reconcile the electors of East Camden to .the tedious length ' and disastrous termination of that debate. His .conduct 011 the .occasion referred to reflects tlie. greatest credit upon 'him. It effectually proves that he is ^possessed of a just appreciation of what ought to be the 'legitimate arena and extent of dis cussion. , He/ lias shown that he entertains so elevated 'a sentiment of fair-play as to be far above lending himself to give effect to a purely personal attack'; one conceived in a spirit of the bitterest' malignity and envy. As is too often .the case where .a person throws off an improper restraint which he has previously allowed to be imposed upon him, lie/drew upon himself the taunts, sarcasms, and detractive reflections of the party of -whose restaint he had rid himself. He met' these -in the same bold, fearless, and ...

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Commercial. SYDNEY MARKETS. SATURDAY EVENING, 4½ O'CLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 6 October 1856

dfaiitiiturial SYDNEY JIAKKSTSi .SAyu'boat Btchmto,' *14 o'Cmck. ' ' 8. (1. ? '£ S. Oil, Flour..; ..1 ? su 24 0 O.' to 211 0 0 Wheat, por bushel (dull) : i.. .0 8 0, O S 0 jrtiizc, in demand, . . ... ?. - - ... o , , J ,'3. V ? 0 , 3 ,15 OatM (SeutcK)* ... ' ^ ... 0 !& 0 0 0 ;0 Hurley (English) ? ..i ? ? . - 0 4 O -;? 0 4 0 Potatoes (very dull) . 'i ... :? 1 5 0. . 2 10 0 Oniunp, scarce, .. ... ? ? ..ij'.' 0 ,15.' 0 ; . 1: 0 0 Hay, per ton (rialcu) ... ? ... : 8 0 0 0 0 0 Luccrno .;. . : S 10 0 ?' 0 0 0 Hark (scnrcc) ... r ? . ..... 8- .0 0 \: 0 10 0 I'igs (plentiful) .. .0; 0j 0 ? i : .0- 0 B f'nlVTS ... .. ..; ? ? ? ? t- 10 0 1 0 0. Fowls, per pair ... ' ? 0. .4 :0 0,4 6 ljunas .i; . ,i;' ? ? - U' o u. 1 u y u Cieesc ... ... ? ? ? ... 0 0 0 0 10 0 Turltey.i ... . , : ? .;. . 0,12., i) 0 10 0 llutter, 1st qilality (in demand) ' . ..; . 0 1 G O 10 Dilto, iuforiut .i: ' ' '? ... ' ' 0:' 1...0 0 14 Clmese (colonial) ... ?; ;j; 0, 0 0 . 0 0 7 Kiigs, per dozen (scarce) . , , ? ?...

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SYDNEY SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 6 October 1856

SYDNEY SHirriNG. AUUIVALS. September 27. — Dunbar, ship, 1321 tone, Grceii, frofti Flymtittth 1st July* September 28. — Don Juan, schooner, IS-i tons, Litido, from Moroton Bay, 16th instant. Shamrock («.)» tonfl, Warner, from Moreton Bay, 25th instant. Wiilaai, tichooner, 08 tons, Snow, from Fort Maequurle 25th instant Sentfjmbor 21). — Loudon (s.). 7UU tons. Watts, from Melbourne 20th iustant* September 30. — Mopqulto, schooncr, 30 tons, Uill, from llobitrt Town JGtli instaui. Maccle^ficld, brig, 110 tons, Lewis, returned to port* October 1. — Montezuma, briff, ISC tort?, MTntyro, from Mel bourne 27th ultimo. Dcva, brig, 23 S tons, Hreckenridiro, from Melbourne 1 h ultimo. Eagle, s-ehooner, 12-i tons, Walsh, from .Melbourne liTtli ultimo. Oc ober 2. — Thomas Hoyden, ship, 801 tons. Why te, from London 11th May. Tyne, schooner, Ot tons, Dodd, from Adi.f:iido 24lh ultimo. CUoriose, Dutch brijj, 30i- ton*, from llobart Town 28th ultimo. T. W. l'ltino, American ship, 000 Ions, Coleman,...

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GARDENING AND AGRICULTURAL MEMORANDA FOR OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 6 October 1856

-GAltDEXIN'G AND AGKlCl.T/NJUAIi MEMORANDA FOK . . OCTOHKU. r Kitchen Oakpknv- ^nrit lettuces, potators, enhbnges, .earlle, ~ fsclmlot*. fcow celcrv, punipklnH, .peas, Ijon^p, turnip.', onions, leek*, hrocoli. (Vibbngcp, 'American Crc5.«, kidney, bvuns, radtahefl, letftfces, aTnrUlTi.aladfl.crviTot^-inu'mnbnrfl, melons. t Kiujit Oaudf.n.— lx-ok wvll after newly budded trees: keen them Jrco.trom insect*. ..Tbui apricots and penchcs. Keep strawberry )*rds fro« from wimmIh, and take mviiv runners ns they aclvnnco; -?water tho beds in dry .weather* Oive grape vines their first druss V- -vinjf ^continue to rip, and destroy caterpillars; lop ofT youug ..\ - pboots. , Ki,owbr fiAUpr.N. — Sow pcreniiinl* and hientiiuls; water fre -??-? quuntly in dry weather. Plant tuberoses in hotbeds. Sow stocks, v' ?- Jtud-inignionetto. . Tin; - cnsRat.— 'Water young evergreens and flowering shrubs once a week, nnQ protect them from the sou by sticking hough* 'among them. * i'lKi-D. — IMough grouml, plan...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 6 October 1856

WEEKLY CALENDAR. . . I . ? S h 2 nt0' WATER AT MOKTlt. ?? DAT. S ' « /WOLLONOONQ. , 5 g § - ? : ? — . * . MORNi.. EVES... ? * it. it. n. -m. -n. m. ii. in. Dot. , fi M !} . 30 6 . 6 7 1 . 13 2. -12 -, ?? T . . -!- . 29 6 . 7 A9. V2 . 39 3-,. -27 » 8 W.. 5 : 28 (i . 7 '£0- 4 . 7 4 . 48 -, 'J T .. 5 . 27 (I . 8 10 5 ; 24 -5. 0 i, 10 - F ..!5 , 25 G .- !) 11 6 -. 30 6 . 59 11 S. ..15:23 -5. .10 12 -Y , 23 7. 46 ' 12 Stin.!5 . 22 fi , 16 13 ^8 , C 8 . 27

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THE RESIGNATION OF THE COWPER MINISTRY, AND THEIR SUCCESSORS. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 6 October 1856

THE 'RESIGNATION OF- Till', COW PER MIXIS TKY, AND TIIEIK SUCCESSORS. Tiin Governor General having declined to net upon the advice of . Mr. CowrKii and dissolve the Assembly, that, gentleman _ resigned office. The - Governor General is lully justified in thoroughly testing tho ability ol every section 01 tne Assem bly to govern the country before he proceeds to. the extreme of dissolving it. His Exceli/ency has witnessed the efforts of the Donaldson and the Cowper Cabinets to carry on the business cf the conntiy ; I10 has observed the incapacity of the one and the vindictivo malignity which . i -'?! obstructed the path and frustrated the efforts of the other. The only nltc-rnatives lie had wero either to dissolve the Assembly or call upon some other person, representing the views of those who materially assisted in the defeat of the late Council, to undertake the duties which they had' declared their want of confidence in Sir. Cowpf.r to '.perform. We are of opinion that 'he would h...

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OURSELVES. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 6 October 1856

'Ourselves; . . ' ? :. /Witii a -freslr.-fccc and in a new form we ,tliis ;-lay ; _ -makt' our appearnuco fo -thank our old friends nud -, to win an'd wclcome new ones. 'Twelve ?jnontlis since 'the ' Mbrcury''.' took wing, elated jv-ith many hopes, depressed with few fears. ... Our flight - since then, if 'it 'lias neither been lofty ' , ; nor swift, - has 'not been erratic. We -knew' tlie difficulties — the, storms and clouds— which we . .would have: to encounter and , penetrate; but f,ve had 'hopes 'of. -meeting with so much of sunshine ? as wouid rclicer. us through the one and dispel -the: ? other-. ..These hopes have .been fully .realised. We have .been ? carried safely through the trying strife and .turmoil of our political storms, through . clouds of ignorance, of envy, and of ill-feeling, hy the bright, enlivening, and encouraging beams : of oar sun'; public opinion, Tavor, /and -support. ? v The steady, support, -the willing assistance, and the /kind .^forbearance -of our -...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 6 October 1856

SOUTII AUSTRALIA. . Wo liavo received papers from Atlelaido to the 23rd iiistaiit. The Register of the 13th instant says—' His Excel lency tlio Governor. — From letters received in town it is understood that Sir Richard MncDonuell will proceed to jiioury .wiui me sioutner iiiciiiourno. 'i lie absence of his Excellency may, therefore, bo somewhat more protracted than was at first expected.' The riso of a new township on flio Murray is thus noticed in the Times of the 19th ' Milting, the situa tion ot which will ensure its rapid development as tho Murray increases, has grown into a considerable plueo within tho short period of twelve months. Houses are springing up in every direction ; the Jetfv and Tramway aro already largely used, and the hind ail mound is be coming mpidlv purchased. Tho steamer Leiehhar.lt, iu her present, trip up tho Murray, has on board sixty tons of flour, thirty-three bags of oats, and 244 bu»s of bran, which she shipped at Alilang.' ° The Register of the 22ml ...

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The Australian Colonies. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 6 October 1856

C!|iv ituitniiian Calimics. VICTORIA. Tho elections for the city of Melbourne on Tuesday, resulted in the return of Messrs. Moore, Micliie, Stawell, Smith, and O.'Shnnnssy. Mr. Lnvlaiuls was about 40 below Mr. O'Shaniissy ; Mr. M'Cullocli 10 below fllr. Lavlands. Messrs: He, ilcs and Greevns wi.m ,, limit. i;im below Mr. M'Cnllook, nnd 'Air. Ebilun hull only 740 votes. For St. Kilda, Messrs.; Sargood mid Follows wero elected. Mr. Hurker mid Dr. Embling have been returned for Col logwood ; Captain Clarke for South Melbourne ; and l)iv Kviiih and Air. O. S. Campbell lor Richmond. — Dr. Evans, who headed the pell, having only tv- mitjoi ity of two over Mr. Campbell.— Correspondent of the S. JI. 1. or tld. An inquest wns held oil Wednesday, on tlio body of Julia TSIoomlield,. wife , of. tlio .?landlord' of . iui- hotel 'in liili/nhutU-btreot,^ which, resulted inn verdict of mun bluuyhtcr, against' the husband, ? The evidence disclosed j-T' ; ,r. ? ? ?? ; , .?„ ? ' ' ' ' *!? a melancholy...

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THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 6 October 1856

Thursday. v Tlio president reported that lie, accompanied liv' deputation appointed, had waited on his Excellency '«! tho three addresses adopted by the Council on tlio 21 instant, and had received answers to each. 1 Tho whole of the business 011 the paper was ptntnO' to the following tiny. ,[ A message was received from the Lcfrislativn Assem''1 bringing up tho ' Bill to enable the Government to certain Loans for ] S.30.' After some delmto us to tlio Rules of Practice, tli ?was passed throngli nil its stages, nnd a message Kent down to the Assembly with the hill so passed? Mr. Lntwyche announced to the Council that tho per Ministev had resigned, and read certain co pondenco connected with the resignation. It was intimated that his ? Excellency would repi tho Council Chamber this day, tor tho purpose of ' liis assent to tho bill just passed. ° The Council adjourned at a quarter before six, till o'oloek. ... |

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AT GROWER IN [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 6 October 1856

the houso of iv.VT GROWER IN this niensure.-'U.'. ? '' motion to rer/ Dispatch.'] nutting inquiry, have to 10G) l'ormer estiniate' of t ho 101, nays i),J # South Austrttlia-'Tor One hunarsi^ , sentatives' sjfir(!fl i]10 host authority decided thatm-) nt| a money value of ai.il give pes ^ ^ to. have been wheat and flour,! would. hnvo.givon us what would be equivalent to GOO tons ol flour,, at £25 per ton. But this was fur bolotv tho mark. From !),00l) to 10,000 tons would have been a closer approximation, and even that,, perhaps, iii tho estimation of some, tvill be thought ton low. But in , a matter so deeply alfecting the interests of tho public, our readers hayo a right to know by what process we nrrivo at'sucii a conclusion, and we hasten to placo this before them fairly and imdisguisedly. The wheat crop in 1854-5, according to the Govern ment returns, amounted to 90,000 a^res. but this was nearly one third in excess of the crop of 1853-4, vis., (14,000 acres. We shall not be dee...

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Parliamentary. THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 6 October 1856

Sntiinmtttfanr. I t . IMPW ? ? ? ? '? - ? — : THE LEGISLATIVE CO UN OIL-1 Wednesday. ' The President having taken the chair at tlio nsii9r hour. ' _ i 'The Solicitor General sf,a£eil f lint in consequence of li-f votoof tlio Legislative Assembly of Thursday lust, Mr. Cow;, or had felt it is dut^to tender the Govornor Gencrnj, certain advice, nnd tlmt liis Excellency had reciuesteil til', In .rivn ci final Il'.I... *1. ' ' stances iio trusted tlm'-Comicil would sue the propriety 1 adjourning till tliG following dav. 1 ho President siit.'gssted tlie propriety of ndjournin till Friday, on ^wliich day it would be ascertained win Lad taken placo in regard to tho changes in tho admini ftration. [ The Solicitor Genernl preferred adhering to liis motif which was put, nnd passed. Tho wholo ot tho. business was postponed, and t. House adjourned till Thursday.

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TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 6 October 1856

TASMANIA. We have new3 from llobart Town to the 22nd, and from Laniiceston to tho 23rd ultimo. Wo subjoin the following extracts : — _ ; Tho prosecution of tho enterprise of coal mining appears to bo carried out with great activity in Tasmania. The Daily Advertiser of tho 22nd instant stvvs : — At a special uenerai lueeung oi too o,u„e ho'lders of the Douglas River Coal Company, held on 20th instant., it was unanimously resolved on to obtain a locomotive engine and iron rails to facilitate the trans mission of Coal to tlio shipping place ; nnd the Directors and Trustees were empowered to borrow £7500 for this purpose,' Wi th regard to the Port Artliut coal mines, 1 he same paper says : — We rejoice to learn that Mr. J. Thomas, tho experienced mining engineer, has succeeded in getting tv lino steam ot coal, six feet thick, in one coal, within 130 yards of deep water, in his now openings on Tasinuirs Peninsula. We may shortly expect cargoes of this coal ; which, tvo understand, will b...

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