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WEEKLY ABSTRACT OF BIRTHS AND DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 22 April 1876

TEEKLY ABSTRACT OF BIRTI'S AND A AnsTiUCT of births and deaths registered, in the metropolitan and suburban districte iduring the week ending April 8, 1876. : Ditilot. ,' Births. Dath Brighton... . 4 2 Brunswick ..' ' 3 Carlton .. ' .. "31 10 Collingwood ..; .: 18 18* Fitzroy (North) A.. .. Id 4 'Flemiingtbn ... ... ;;; 2 '3 .. Footscray ,.. ! 2. , Hawthorn 6 ' 3: Hotham' ".;' ' . " .' 10 0 Molboiirno (South)' " ... ' 2' 18: Melbourne (West) '; ,, 13' ' ":'6 FPrahran,. . : 2 (,''7 Richmond *:i .17 I.,0,9 Sandridgo'., , ...; i O: i 5': ' :Emerald Hill, . .: . 12 7 SouthiYarra. ' : . ... . ;7 5 St. Kilda:.. . ... .. ,7. '9 Williamstown- .. .. ., 10 17 160 1. :124, ,;.. tthe total deaths, 46 or837 per oent. wore childron'rnot iexceoding the, age of 3 years, 35 being under.th~ age of one year. *,Threoeinfitzroy.1 i[. . .. ,; ,-,Tuz following ,waaip'nrqi of a,young ittorney'p .peroration,, on argument -of demurrer, in one:;of the Denver, c''pour Srecently~- .May it.please your honor this...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OLLA PODRIDA. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 22 April 1876

OLLA PODRIDA. A commission has been appointed at Dunedin to'inquire into the' best means of destroying rabbits. ..' 'A shooking case' of unnatural' brutality Was disclosed at the Auckland Police Court on the 8th ult: A'woman was sentenced to six months', imprisonment for, beating and looking'her infant' three months' old, and thrusting her fingers down its throat.' She 'was drunk, but had shamefully ill.used and neglected the child. : "' ." The crushing of the'New Native Youth claim, at Nine-mile Springs, gave 708 oz. of gold from.,514 .tons ,of.stone, being the largest cake of gold yet produced in Tas mania. During the last quarter the purchases of tin ore by the Bischoff Company from claims on the East Coast amounted to £7000, and during the same period275 tons of tin were exported. It is publicly stated in Fiji that Governor Sir Arthur Gordon will soo'p be reminoved, and Mr. Birch, Colonial :Secretary of Coy Ion, will be appointed Governor of Fiji. A boy, aged about fourteen year...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POETRY. GOING TO SLEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 22 April 1876

POETRY. GI0r Tf LEAHP. T'Ihe light is fading down the sky, The shadows grow and mtdtiply, I hear the thrush's evening song; B]ut I have borno with toll and wrong Bo long, so long I Dim dreams my drowsy senses drown, So, darling, kiss my eyelids down. My life's brief spring wont wasted by, My summer ended fruitlessly s I learned to hunger, strive, and wait, I found you, love, Oh, happy fato I So.lato, so late 1 Now all my fields are turning brown, o8, darling, kiss my eyelids down. Oh, blessed sloop I Oh, perfec't rest P Thus pillowod on your fall 'tfl bretast Nor life nor death is whr'fly drear, Oh, tender heart, sinU?t van are here, So doar. Io ,I'?r i Sweeoot love, my , nl's sillutlont urown, Now, dat{i i, uLis my uuilide down t

Publication Title: Mercury
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FOLK-LORE AND BEES. (CORNHILL MAGAZINE.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 22 April 1876

F:; OLK-LOiE 'AND B'l ES. (CONIIInt. t I&AZINuS,) Bees are credited. withl a pterfoct dbmpi'ehension' of all that "men do and u'tter,"ind,' as memiiekf'thenemi~selvOs, of "tluifaii . 'they, blopig' t,,.hiey must be treiated iin every way as. human in ,their. emotions. IFreonch children ;are taught that the inmates of the'liive will come out and sting them for any bad language uttered within their, hearing, and many. of our readers have probdlily at some time of their lives, on seeing a crape-covereLd'hive, learnt, on inquiry, that the beoos', were in mourning for some member of. their owner's family. In Suffolk, when a death occurs in a house, they immediately. infoirm. the bees, ask them formally to the funeral, and fix crape on their hives; otherwise it is believed they would die or desert. And the stime: custom, for the same reason, prevails, with local modifica .tions, not only.in nearly every English county, but very,widely over' the con tinent. In. Normandy. and Britta...

Publication Title: Mercury
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 22 April 1876

. CITY ,OF COLLINGWOOD, , A,,-' SUBSORIPTION SOIR EE B.&: •f ,.'BU, L S:Will be heid in ., ST. PHILIP'S HALL, HODDLE' ST, On MONDAY,'APRIL 24, i187ti,., To celebrate the Twenty-first Annivrsar of'Colliiwood as a Mxinibipality, Double Ticket, .15s.;. Gentleman's los. Lady's, is. Odd, ' ' ,. .'ICKETS, which include all Refreshments .L may be obtained from the Mayor, at the Council Chambers; the Hon: Secretary 64' Sminith streeti Mr. Hood;':Wellifigtol street,; Cra. Walker and, Wright;:.'Messrs; , Kidney; Brothers, Smith.; street p, and':Mr L. P, Aumont, Wellington street.? , A limited:number of; Tickets' only wbllb issued, .. I COLLINGWOOD CELEBRATION UI I ,:' BA'B'Y "'8HOW.'!l,'.'" ('N"con'sdiioencd' bf'thowiinno'r'of'tho Cun "Il at the.late 'Fete having been disqu?ulifle 'through , being a resident. of Fitzroy,' it i? hereby announced,that the competitiop.,wil be again heold ON 'MONDAY, APRIL 24th, at Three o'clock, iii the COURT ROUsW .,..J9RNSO?TQN STREET The former compet...

Publication Title: Mercury
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 22 April 1876

'At. the; Fitzroy. Police Court, on Thurs. 'day, a, laborer named' Jas. Kennedy was, cliarged with 'a?sultinig Edward Holmes, 'a ' nbldksmith. ? 'According. to;complainant's account he,was walking from' 'Northcote to 1FitProy.Qn Sunday night, ,th,April When no?· the bridgce prisoner, who was with. another'i'man,' called 'ut'to hirm;' "Hold on." He took nno notice, but: ialked on, when 'risoner 'followed, and coming up to him, put his arm. round his neck, and asked where,he was going.., Holmesreplied, "To' towi:."' Kennedy theh asked if he' Was going to shout; and he'aliwered "No'." The other then' said he would see if Holmes had got any money, ! andtried, to put his hands in' Holmes' trousers pocket.. Comrn plaina~t shook 'himliself, free, threatenod to hit his assailant, !and ran away towards Northeote, followed by the other.' Making .a slip he turned: round; and seeing 'Ken nody close, up, he struck him in the face with a cane. Kennedy went back along the road, and got into a wagg...

Publication Title: Mercury
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The Mercury. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Labor Omnia Vincit. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 22 April 1876

PUBLISHED EVERY, ATURDAY, 'Labor Omrni Vincit .I TO CORiREsPoNDEN'S; ' ejected ccomnmtnications cannotl be 1eLurnc under anI circumstances whatoever. No ;notice can be taken of anonyimous con-, rnunidaions.* Evcrijtetter m~ust bd accorn panii iyi:i ;th nazme rid iaddrcad "of 'tihp writor'; iot , neceasarily for. tubicatioft, but - asa guarantee of goodfg1th.," J,", , ; ,,: ,. T~o avoid inconvcni nce sand delail/to porsons interegted we haevp torqgt4eet that all buminese cpmrunwcatunseniricluding advnriuemots, ardoers r ihepaper, aniLremiianccc, be 'ad "Zrsasb4' GnxrI*iT & SPAVEN,'and not, to thl&OEDITOU.' i (~ r ADovRU'EM~N~Te'iin alt cases, to be prep'aitld L tt re and other c i ctionse ntendfc for T naert i t hn " i e th unba '"columns +ashbul be i;;tdtlrpdaec to the.I'Jditor. * i~,., l , ' :'r I.· -;r 1. " t t 11..

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 22 April 1876

hhoe death is announood of Mr. II, T, Harrison, who for more than twonty.six years has filled tho positfon of sooratary to the Privy Purse at Duokinghamn.palao. A paragraph oflicially oommunicnatd to the papors says " that the ability with which ho discharged his important dutios, his high charactor and unremitting at ention 't business, rendered him ono of thi moaat valued of the Qteeon's servants, and IHer Majesty has roeason deeply to rogrtob his lorrse

Publication Title: Mercury
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THE CONSCRIPTION LOOMING BEFORE US. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 22 April 1876

THE ' CONSCnRIPTION L 00M,. ' ma NGEFO1?EJ . : Mr. Henry Richard, M.P., writes, ii 'the Fbbruary 'Herald 'of '.Petde: 'i The indications are multiplying that during the approaching spssiop .pfPar. :liament some attempt will beo.made :to0 introduce ,the. principle of compulsory military aervio' hampng the, p pulation. Military, ..and volunteer, 'and'. minlitia officere, .like birds .of evil omen, are creaking, and, flapping their- wings in all' directions,:all 'of them asking for more power t6' drag the 'young' men of this, country ,Into their toils. 'Not the least .signiilcant of these portents is an. .article in. the current number, of the 'Edinbuirgh` 'Resoew on,,. Arnmy "Re '.ciiitttidnt,',a'periodical usiially regarded' as the organ of the old Whig party. •It :begins, as all ,such productions do, by utterly discrediting all that has been' 'done heretoforo. After all the patching and .tinkering, f our rhilitairy.establish. ments, that hasbeen going, on ifor the lastithirty.orfort...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 22 April 1876

WOOL ! WOOL I OOL'! GO TO S . ,WOLEosAL AND WIrAlI TOY & FANCY , REPOSITORY, Berlin wool 4d. per dozen. Fingering Wools 3s. 6d. to 8s. per lb. Largest Variety of Colors at i?18 Smith: st.. Colingwood. - Storekeepers and hawkers supplied. FANCY REPOSITORY, 149 SMITH STREET, FITZROY. Braiding Blocks in great variety. Patterns Stamped en ever. Material for Braiding. Pinking doi?LzB lin Wool in great variety of colors. " ':Registry Office for Serva(is. Agent fora Coilts' guaranteed Acetic Aoid, also Robije&'s Universal Cement. , D. FRASER, WH,OTESALEAN DRETAIL TINSMITH, 389 SMITH STREET, FITZROY, Opposite Easey street. All kinds of Jobbing executed. Orders punctually attended to. TITHOMAS IE.' VERGA', COMgMICIAL, AND- GENERAL. PIINTER, ,PPER.BAG MANUFACTURER;, Orooers' Stationer, do., 78 UT.SSU'E1LD:,ST REET, MELBOURNE. BOOTS! . BOOTS! Why buy your boots anywhere ie ? Citizens, study your pockets, alid come to W. MRICHARDS, Opposite Wesleyan Church, 143¶h rBrunswick $ere...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 22 April 1876

JIM P)E RI AL ' FIEE: 'INSURANCE .'COMPANY OF LONDON:,. Capital : 'ONEI MILLION, SIX HUNDfREI THOUSAND 'POUNDS, (£1,600,000). Rates Moderate. i Security Ample. S oses' . Paid in?Melbourne. ,I Offices: 68 ' COLLINS STREET 'WEST. pIEMIER PERMANENT; BUILDING T' Laid;.and' Investinent Associatoni ,'Cllingwood,shiarnh1lders are rediinded that "they can pay their' subabrlptibns at Mri Miraims' late shop,.C6llingwiood Arcade. . J ? AMES 'MIRAMS,. Secretaryi i HE' ASPHALTE AND COMPOSITION 1'-.L : ASPHALTE COMPANY lDesire to inform' Builders, Contractorsa SMunicipidities and the Public that they are laying down their Composition Asphalt for footpaths, collars, garden walks, &c. No Composition yet tried is found to sur. pass that manufactured'by th ; company; It can be laid down frotf 80 to' 00per cent, cheaper than any other. Contracts entered into. Specimens are to be seen at many arts of Melbourne, Collingwood, Fitzroyi Richmond, Carlton, and other places. The only effectual materi...

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POLICE. FITZROY—THURSDAY, APRIL 20TH. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 22 April 1876

FITZRO.Y-THus DAY,, Aramr 20TH., BeforeMtes rs, Templeton, P.11., M'Leani Marqdeqn Woodhead, and T. Kidney. 'Charles' Bushby was charged with 'steal. ing a saw:from the premises of aMrs. John. ,eon., He goti8 months hard labour. ,.:. , ' Thomas; Clifford was charged with as, s tultingi his wife, and threatenin?'her'life. A letter wa' read in court which' the 'jiris loner had written to his wife;'asking'her for 'olothes,:and.his breakfast, if she appeared ,in court against, him.,, Having.done 7 days in gaol, the bench gave him another.7.', ,AlexanddorCleary was chaiged with steal. 'ing fowls. ''IHe affilrmed :thit' he did not steal the fowls,: ior was he in the company of any one that did. :Remanded for a week. James Kennedy; was charged with assault ing Edward Holmeq iyith: intent to rob him on the 1orthcote ?'ad. Oii thd' th inst., about' a quarter to 'tiein the evening. The prisoner followed Holmes and attacked him, nearly choking him, and putting his hand into his pocket. After s...

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COUNCILS. CITY OF COLLINGWOOD [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 22 April 1876

COUNCILS. CITY- OF, COLLINGWOOD . There were present it the meeting of the above Council-,The Mayor ,(Cr. Morgan), "in tlhe chair, Crs. Peters,, Dohnert, Wright, Walker, Holland, and.Upton. ., connrEsrONDEicE. Mr; J. H.: B. Curtis, on, behalf. of Athe Early Closing Association; informed Coun cil on the matter of their determination to hold concerts, &o., to further the Early' Closing Movement. ' Cr. HOLLAND expressed his 'opinion 'that Councillors should make this a'iair a deoided success ini the 'interests of the Asseociation. He considered that the sendidig "of this Associatioii into Colliigwood'was one of the best things eyer happened to the city.. He thought that ' Crs. Deohnert 'an'd Wright wore best fitted; to' address the meeting on Sthe behalf 'of the Early Closing movement, and moved'that these gentlemen be ap. pginted' to address the meeting. (CGr. 'Peters: 'Include thei movor.) Cr. UPT oN.seconded.,' Cr. DEIHNEaT thought' that Cr. Holland w w blbset' fitted 'for t...

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GEORGE STREET STATE' NIGHT SCHOOL, No. 282. FIRST ANNUAL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 22 April 1876

GEORGE STREET STATE NIGHT SCHOOL, No. 282..   FIRST ANNUAL REPORT. This night school was established on the 19th day of April, 1876, and is conse- quently now 12 months in existence. The school opened with 13 boys, and the ave- rage attendance for the first month was 41. For the quarter ending 30th day of June, 318 boys were enrolled (the girls' school not being established until July,). En rolled for the quarter ending September, 1875, 471 boys and 126 girls; total, 597. Enrolled for the quarter ending December, 1875, 525 boys and 150 girls; total, 675. During the past quarter of the current year 102 boy and 55 girls were enrolled, who did not attend last year, giving a total during the 12 months the school is in ope- ration of 627 boys and 205 girls. The highest average attendance for any month during the last year was 215, comprising 144 boys and 71 girls. The highest average attendance for any month during the cur rent year was 196, comprising 136 boys and 60 girls....

Publication Title: Mercury
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 22 April 1876

PubWto Oomzaanies. EVERY MAN OUGHT0 TO INSURE AGAINSTi FIRE. .THE INATIONAL INSURANCE; COM :,PANY of AUSTRALASIA (Limited) MODERATE RATES OF PREMIUM, S ...DIRECTORS.' - Chairman-Richard Twentyman, Esq. .Vico-Chairman-Thos. Moubray, Esq., JP, ., J. L. M'Clure, Esq. Thomas Alston, Esq., J.P. Hon. C. J. Jenner, M.L.C. Matthew Lang, Esq. Henry Stevenson, Esq. Head Office: No:1 Market-square, Collins st., Melbour ne. WM. MAOREDIE, Esq., J.P. Secretary, SThisi Cnompany covers thorisk of eaplosion from, Gas.. iTHE PREMIER PERMANENT BUILDING, LAND, I rwestnioht :Asc8 6iation.:" Registar9 under, Friendly Societies' ti tute"'s 186s. ,SHARES, ;£25J EA9fIi Entrance Fee, One Shilling per Share. Fortnightly Subscription, is. per Share, Offers remarkable inducoments t6 I NY STOR S, The most libteral terms to BO RRO ERS, And the following rates of Interest to DEPOSITORS, In sums of .l1 and upwards 12 Months ... 8 per cent. per annum, ` <6 , . 7 , ;, . 3 ,, ..' 6 ,, ,Pay-day-Every alterna...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 22 April 1876

i DRAPER' &c R POQYNTER POYNTER'S CHEAP DRAPERY SCOTTSH ".. .. HI GH LAN D, 0 IL, THE GREAT CURE FOR AND' ALL 'SKIN-DISEASES. Humidaeds of testimonials,lfrOm all partsof thbi'citi'tfy' jrb'v th6 Rniedial' Pr6jierties oftbisetrulyWp'ide'ful.Oil. Sold by' ill respectable,.,, ohemiste ,..and store-keepers . throughoiit the,Colonie;s. Syioletaili Agent ;for: vibtoriri " Southi' Aiui tralia, and New Zealand 3, BAiRKi' STREET, CA?' LTbN MRS. GRIG'S' REGSTRY OFFICE, 87 BRUNSWICK ST., FITZROY, 12` VICTORIA' PARADE, M,;: ELBOURNE., . Plve doors from Dir. Brownless.' Boardad ? ?esldonco for-Familios-Moderato. NIL DESPERANDUM. A CERTAIN CURE EFFECTED BY' TAKING AUMONT'S COUT AND RHEUMATIC PILLS TuIs remedy will be found very bonoeficial in cases of Rheumatism. Rheumatio Gout, Lumbago; and indeed all those Rheumatio affections so nearly allied to them, such as painful affections of the nerves, Swelling and Enlargement of the Joints (particularly thoseo of the foot and hands).' Flying pa...

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PREVENTION OF THE SPREAD OF SCARLET FEVER. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 22 April 1876

PREVENTION, OPF., THE ;SPREAD ,O i . ,BOARLET I PEE. ,,F EV;,, i The Central Board' of Health, by'ivirtue' of powers conferred by the 30th section, of The Amending, Public Health StatiLte 1867' have deolared4 the following regulations for: the, prevention of the spread; of scarlet fever,namely': ; These regulations shall apply to'any oity,i town, borough, shire,'or placelin whichanny, ease of scarlet fever shall :have occurred' within the., month immediately,. preceding ,the date hereof, or which in any oase of' seuh disbob~'shall' ocour while 'these re'gtn lati6lnabshll remain in force. . l. 'House to:House Visitation.-The Local SBoard of ,Health of any city,town, ,borough, or shire in which scarlet feyert shall beo present, shall cause a house to house visit-. atibn' to 'b tnade of' such city, town'"'bo-, rough, or shire, in order to:: ascertainl 'whether any, case of scarlet fever exists .in' any. house therein; 'and in the event of any such disease being found in' any house the ...

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A LOT OF GIRLS. (LIBERAL REVIEW.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 22 April 1876

A LOT OF GIRLS. SMAny a father is puzzled what to do w ith his'giils.'' His bojs'ho: hhas com paratively little difficulty in placing'in the world, but his girlai hadg long,'and often, heavily upon hli hands, and in a few cases he ends by dying and leaving them unprovided for. 'Apparently be lieving their' destiny is matrimony, he waits and hopes'--how 'earnestly he hopes, none but the poor man himself can say--for an eligible youtig'mian to come along'whb wlill be williig to wed, one' of. his damsels.. .,When such a young man does opportunely. put in an appearance 'it wotild, perh'aps, be un wise to' say that any~' great'amount of hiarm' islthe result. of thd copursq, which has been pursued, but when a candidate for matrimony, :who would be accept able, declines to comeoforward, and the maiden's beauty fades awayi' it may. safely be asserted 'that, the father has good reasontbo' aski himself, if. he has not been acting "foolishly. His 'un married daughters, too, who see dld :maiden...

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SATURDAY, APRIL, 22, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 22 April 1876

S AT'iLtDAY,' APRIL, i22 p1876, i t I 1P ?"lu?:i, Hilb ,i ; J i:. I Now that a slight cessation fro.i th, tbrbblenc6, sof.! political,,don fliicx bas titons,'rand,?!?o tih b ?foi': pridctical hdL iinisthib" abiliy' ??hiW arrikedy' W rn1iht?irect 1he ahedtttion of' tliho h8h. ,tlo..Ministr of Pub tru ione r to .t?he ,Anzual,, Report of ,,the George street,State ;Night School, frp ?n which a !aluable lesson maybo deduced. The compul'lory clausee r'bf tho' Education A"At 1'~'e thithert beeb, asruniversally admitted, a dead letter. TiThe Midister of 'Education;,' Mr. iR?isAY, in his re polt,.l8745i., denies, .tiis farut, ,and shlibws' that 6832 convictions have ,been obtained, obut ? of, x;1078 'cinstituted. Gran'tod. Bitt'th'e nutiber of prosecu 'tios inistituted by aninffititsimal'pro portion r of the local boards o dice is,pot indiction; of ,ithojdiffqrepeeof parents in .availing .,themseles, of the advatitages bonfeirred by the Eddcatioh Act. We venture to assert :that' there, aro t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 22 April 1876

GENERAL NOTICE. 2 V THE Mercury is published overyfaariday . Morning. Persons wishing to lihve the paper regularly, delivered at their place of business or residonce will be chargedils. per quarter, payable in advnceo; by po0~si . 6d. per quarter. The quarter commences on the first Sate urday in the months of December, March, June, and September. "'T'e Editor wii be obliged for inform atioPrrmporeo? espo?tiply relating; to local mitters. .~..SCALE FOR1ADVERTISING. 1Busineas Cards, per quarter, from 7s, 64d,. ioloalf and Election Advertise mnte "t1 .4 each.insertion, per inch 2p. Gd.i Want' places; Servants, Housds and: ' Land for Sale or to Let, Articles for ,Sale or .Exchange, Miscol;, laneous, Missing Friends,.&o., , .0s. Gd. Notices of Births, Deaths, and .., To AvxERTISERS.-- Otice to withdlraw .'advertisementsa must .b given in wr.in, 1 THE MeruEry can lib obtained fonii:any.of the following agents :--Subscription Is. per quarter. 'G. OCAnRn , ... 107. Smith street. Mrs...

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