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POLICE OFFICE. WEDNESDAY.—OCTOBER 10TH, 1860. BEFORE W. Tarleton, Esq., P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 11 October 1860
POLICE OFFICE. -. WEDNESDAY.-Octodeb lOnr, 18G0. Before W. Tarleton, Esq., P.M. Henry Tutlowo was fined 20s. for druukonncss, and live other diuukarda were each ilnuJ lud. Four brawlers woro each fined Gs. Sarah Snow was bound in her good behaviour for six months, as n common disturber of tho peace. VuitOLART.-John Wholnn was brought up on remand, charged with a burglary in tho dwelling house of James Boon, Liverpool-street, on the 8th instant, and stealing a coat, 4 vests, and a pair of trowsoi'H. Homy Hoon dopswed. to living with hi« lather ii) LIvcrpool.Nlrool, and lu tliu lumen being pmpui'ly rwm'od im Saturday n.ifciit, rim ooitf, vont», und trowsörs were ii^his bpdrboiii,. ,.Wilnes'ü wbiit...to bed libö'uu 11 o'clock, but liothiiig ochurrba to dis- tort» him. Hß awoke at 7 o'clock the nox't morning, and missed hil howers when he went to put them on; he liricrwaulä missed the other at tide«. Tho person who toük away tho ivrtities gained «-Ocihh Io tiitj hoüsu by the back door, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 11 October 1860
[*- A sBSTS ACT of-BECEIETS and EXIEKP13H1O rtiEder/the~Aet for Bepairir g an'd ¿ Main- \ * .¿M?" tainiâgthé Booda leaSine from BöbärtsTown .to -Brown's Uiver, Tromtthe 1st Octcber" f" lS59,-to;tlie 30th September," lSOO : »fir- fs. d. Cash receive'3, Bent of Tolli, from 1st Ov tiber 1839. to 30th September, 1860. 359 6 8 £339 C S 1SG0 October l-Cariunhnud... 52 9 9 October 11Ü-, 185» Oct. 1 Cash due to the Treasurer 1S60 Sept. SO-Paid for Cartage. Blacksmiths, Ac. Advertising. Labour . Trustees of K". W. Bay Bond, on acrount of Bridge over Brown's Bivcr . Cash in hand. £ 8. 4S 10 77 1 3 9 8 7 lad S T. WILLIAMS F. LIPSCOMBE E. LIPSCOMBE 20 0 O 52 9 9 35 9 C TIT ANTED-A respectable WOMAN, as Ifi COOK. 'Apply to Mrs. KOOPJ5, New IWn. tu th s o 13 WANTED IMMEDIATELY-A Singlo Man as Gardener ; must thoroughly un- derstand his business. A' Single Man ticcuslouicd to work in a Garden, milk a cow, ile. Apply to '"',J Mit. ERODSHAM, Strawberry Hill, . 0 'Í1 , Sandy Bay. TÍyÁNTED-A Témalo as...
TEMPERANCE ALLIANCE ROOMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 11 October 1860
TEMPERANCE ALLIANCE ROOMS. A voiy lai go numbei of the luombois of tho Tempei ance Alliuico Associ ition and pel sons inteiestcd m the adv aueoinent of i empennée piiueiiiles assenibled tit ttie Alliance Rooms j estei day ev cuing to hen an addiess by the Rev R K Ewing m advocacy of this movement Hie Chan was taken bj Mi II & Buiott, and The Rev Mi Ewing, who was mtioduced to the meeting bj Ciptiun Tiahei and received with gi eat applause obseived as pi éliminai j to theuddicsshe wies about to delivei that fiom the bhoitness of tho intimation ho li k1 leceived that it wa.i the wish of the Society he bliould say a fen wold« on the sub jeet and thopiesbuic ol othei engagements, tho meeting liiiist not evpect ii oin lum an eUboialolj pi op ii ed and bj stem i tie di j got up addiess mid he would ni the iiiot pi ice isk those lueiids of Ins who weie picscut with whom ho li id been in tho habit some time bince of tal inga boenil gliss ol w mo, whilst he gave thom full ciedit toi ...
THE MERCUEY. THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 11TH, 1860 [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 11 October 1860
THE MERCUEY. THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 11th, 18U0 ? We'are troubled by many anxious enquiries as to the vacant seat ou the Bench of the Supreme Court. The public is impatient because the suc- cessor of Mr. Horne has not been appointed. We know of no higher compliment that could be paid to the gentleman who it is presumed will be our new Judge. It is an eloquent attes« tatton of his eminent fitness for a position at once of the highest social, and professional dis- tinction. It is felt thal the ri-jbt man for the post is at hand, and the question arises not un- naturally, whence the delay in making the ap- pointment ? .Although Mr. Horne has forwarded his resignation to the Executive, the Puisne judge ship is not legally vacant. His Excellency is not in a position to accept the resignation until Mr. Horne's succossor is prepared at once to enter upon the discharge of his duties. The Supreme Court as constituted by law requires two Judges. Its constitution is practically in abeyance d...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 11 October 1860
BIRTHS. At Richmond on the 6th instant, Mrs. E. W. Butcher, of a son. On the 9th inst., Mrs. Phillip Levy, Bathurst- street, of a son. On the 10th instant, at 109, Argyle-street, Mrs. E. D. OLDFEILD, of a son. o 11 On the 10th instant, at 93, Davey-street, Mrs. Hugh M. Hull, of a daughter. o 11
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 11 October 1860
Steam to Melbourne. Return Tickets. Return Tickets. THE T. 8. N. Company's Steamship " CITY or HOBART," .... ,,..., rifts^ Alfred Darby, Commander, ÄE*Sp*& m ill leave for MELBOURNE, on .WEDNESDAY, 17tU October, at three o'clock p.m. , Fabes. £ s. d. i Return Tickets, available for ' two months or four voyages... 12 10 0 ' ' Single Passage, Saloon. 7 0 0 Singio Passage, Steerage. 3 10 0 ' Children under 12 years of ago in pro- portion. _,^_ ' \ BENJ. M. CUNNINGHAM, Manager, T.S.N. Co. Franklin Wharf, n October 4th, 1860. il'r . r. Direct and Nearest Route to tue Snowy U Su River Gold Fields. j Steam to Sydney, via Twofold Bay. -ii t r ' ^^ -v -a. THE T.S.N.Oo'8 Steam h&&&> ship "TASMANIA," J. "* ^S^â^. Clinch, commauder, will leave &lt;"or tho above pprts _ on or about THURSDAY, October the 83th, at l8 o'clock noon. FAfcES io Twofoid Bat, 1 The nearest Port to the Diggings. Saloon . £7 7 0 Steorago. 3 10 0 Children under 12 years of agc...
THE HISTORY OF THE REFORM BILL, (FROM THE TIMES, JUNE 13.) [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 12 October 1860
I THE HISTORY OF THE REFORM BILL, (FUOM THE TIMES, JUNE 13.) No scries of political events which luve come under our observation have been so full ot in stiuoii HI us the histoiy of the Reform question, from Mr. Bright'a first movements in 1858 to the final withdrawal of the measure on Monday last. Tho whole thing has lasted little more than a year and a half; but how rich in instruction, i bow varied in incident, has that year and a half boen 1 What triumphs ! What roverses 1 What hopes ! What foai-s ! All to end in the blank and total disappointment of those who fiuttorcd them« oelvoa tlwt BOwPthing yu« tobomailpof Reform, and in the sincere and open satisfaction of over y ontí else. Wo have endeavored to discharge th c office of Chorus lo this varied urid interestin g (Irani:i, and must not allow the curtain to drop on the changing scene of wYieh we havo been the spectators and the commentators without once for ¡ill giving our views of the plot of the piire, and the merits or dem...
HOBART TOWN MARKETS. Mercury Office, Thursday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 12 October 1860
HOBART TOWN MARKETS. Mcrciry Oßce, Thursday Afternoon. There is no chango to notice in thewheatinarkei» .quotations b-'ing still given at 8s. 3d. to 8s. 6d. per bushel. Oats are very seldom asked for, and no signs of improvement are manifested. English barley is quotod at 6s. per bushel, with very light demand. Potatoes aro steady at -C8 to JEO por ton, and tho inquiry is rather brisk. Hay continues much the same as before, loose still fetching from £5 10s. to £ß 10s. per ton ac- cording to quality, and country pressed from £5 toJEG. Flour is in steady demand for local purposes, and flour from the '.jost colonial wheat is soiling at X20 per ton. Bran Is. 4d. to Is. 7d. per bushel.
MERCANTILE ASSISTANTS VERSUS PRINCE OF WALES BIRTH DAY. [Per Favor of the Mercury.] [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 12 October 1860
MERCANTILE ASSISTANTS VERSUS PRINCE OF WALES BIRTH DAY. [Per Favor of the Mercury.] BELOVED BROTHERS AND SISTERS -It appears pretty certain that tlio anniversaries of the birth of H. R. H. Albert Edward, Prince of Wales, will Do observed as a government holiday throughout out- most gracious Majesty's dominions; and the ap- proaching one gives rise to the questions-Aro wo to have a holiday ? And are tve to know in time, instead of the matter being left till the afternoon previous, and then a hasty canvass made of the shops, resulting in the day being kept by part of the shops open and the rest closed ? This has sometimes occurred, alike unfair to employers and employed-unfair to the former by having their houses closed; while others were taking the cash ; ttnd unfair to the latter by compelling some of tho hands to remain at work, while otlieis were enjoy- ing the holiday, and also preventing them from making arrangements to enjoy the day had suffi- cient notice been given. At least ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 12 October 1860
DEATHS. On Tuesday, the 9th instant, at her residence, Cockatoo Valley, after a painful illness, CHARITY MARIA, the wife of WILLIAM SIBLEY. Friends are respectfully informed that the funeral will take place from her late residence, Hamilton Mills, on Monday next, at three o'clock, and that no cir- culars will be issued. 12 o
TO THE EDITOR 0F THE MERCURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 12 October 1860
TO THE EDITOR 01 THE MERCURY. Silt;-in the Launceston Examiner of the 4tU in- stant, I perceive ii paragraph headed, "How Judge Home's Pension Bill was passed," in which thd namo of my house is specially mentioned. Al- though it may bo considered quite unnecessary for any person to take the trouble to contradict any statement appearing in that print, yet as the gross falsehoods, ¡Is far as the Derwent Hotel is con- cerned, of which the paragraph iti cjuoftion is composed, aro likely to mislead those who nilly bo unacquainted with the character of the Launceston Examiner, I beg to give thera the most emphatic and unqualified contradiction. There was no convivial party at the Derwent Hotel on the day mentioned, nor was any honorable member in my house in the condition indicated. The whole of the assertions to that purpose aro a tissue of falsehoods j without even the slightest foundation to excuse ¡ tUeui. . Your obedient servant, WILLIAM WATKINS. Derwent Hotel, Mun ay-street; Oth oct...
SHIPPING. PORT OF HOBART TOWN. COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 12 October 1860
SHIPPING. ' PORT OP HOBART TQT,y>'. C0ASTER8 IKWABDS, October 11.-Shamrock, from y,e nuonj with potatoes, ahinglcs, and palings. ENTERED 0,JTi '-O^terU.-Kau-a.scb'^,,,. 165 tons, Griggs, for Melbourne, SAILED. October 11.-H» agraves, for Sydney, via Two fold Bay. October H.-Eucalyptus, for Melbourne, via Taylor's Bay, .October 'u.-Harp, for Adelaide.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 12 October 1860
steam to Melbourne. Return'Tickets. Return Tickets. '-. \ THE T S. N. Company's É>L^^\ Steamship '?h}&.?&,* "CITY OF lIOBAßT," 'i*gj±.h ^ Alficd Darby, Commander, ^--JWWSM ",H iLa;c for MELBOURNE, oil "WEDNESDAY, 17lU Oaobcr, at tinco o'clock p.m. ' y FAKES. ' / £ s. d. /Return Ticlrcli, a.ailable for / two months 01 founojages .. 12 10 0 / Single Pnsxagc, Saloon. , . 7 0 0 ) Single Passage, Steerage ... 3 10 0 Children uudcr 13 years of ago in pro» portion, BENJ. M. CUNNINGHAM:, Manager, T.S.N. Co. Franklin Wharf, October 4U», 1800. Direct and Nearest Route to tho Snowy River Gold Fields. Steam to Sydney, via Twofold Bay. THE T.SN.Co's Steam shn> "TASMANIA," J. Clinch, coromandel, Mill lemo Cor the above polls _ on or about THUKSDAY, October the 25tli. at 12 o'clock noon. FAIIES TO TWOFOLD BAT, The nearest Port to tho Diggings. Saloon . £7 7 0 8tceragc. 3 10 0 Children under l8 years of ago in proportion. BENJ. M. CUNNINGHAM, Manager T. S. N. Co. .Franklin Wli...
MAYOR'S COURT. THURSDAY, 11TH OCTOBER. BEFORE the Right Worshipful tho Mayor and Alderman Murdoch. THOMAS v. TAYLOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 12 October 1860
MAYOR'S CÖÜJßT. THURSDAY, 11TH OCTOBER. I BBFOKE tho Right Worshipful tho Mayor and Alderman Murdoch. THOMAS v. TAYLOUI This was an information by the City Inspector against James Taylor, Upper Godlbitrri-street, charging him with causing or permitting to bo de- livered to one John Johnson, on tho Oth of October, four loaves of bread undor tho weight, and for which tiley were thon and there respectively sold to the saul John Johnson, whereby tho said James Taylor bath become liable to forfeit and pay a penalty not le&s than £1 nor moro than Ü50. The defendant pleaded not guilty, when John Johnson deposed to going to tho de- fendant'» shop to purchase some bread. He ob- tained four loaves, which ho took to tho City In- spector, who Weighed them. Mr. Thomas, City Inspector, stated that he weighed tho bread, and found each loaf nearly 2 ozs. deficient. The defendant was fined 403. and costs. BROWNE V. JARVIS. This was an information under the Mischiefs by Fire Prevention Act, b...
ALL SAINTS' PARISH. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 12 October 1860
ALL SAINTS' PARISH Yesterday afternoon a mooting of theparishioners of this parish was held in the vestry of All. Saints' Church, Macquarie Street, convened by the Rev. Dr. Parsons, for tho purpose of electing a sticoild Lay Representative to the Synod. On the motion of Mr. Macdowell, the Rev. Dr. Parsons was called to tho chair, and having read the Precept of the Lord Bishop of Tasmania, directing him to call the meeting for the purpose specified, tho parishioners present signed tho usual declaration of membership. The Chairman now read the rule regulating the procedure of the nieetiug, in accordance with the provisions of the Church Constitution Act, and observed that at the last meeting of the Synod the parish of All Saints was declared entitled to a ÈecondLay Eerrescutative,and they had now met to elect one. . -ii Mr. Macdowell proposed Mr. Alfred Kennerley as a fit and proper person to represent the paribh in tho Synod, and in doing so biiid it would not bo necessary for him to...
THE ORGAN AT ST. DAVID'S. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 12 October 1860
THE ORGAN AT ST. DAVID'S, [ In our notice of the performances on the new organ at St. David's on Tuesday evening, we in- advertently omitted to mention thut Mr. BUD DEE presided at the instrument, and that the builder was Mr. Charles BRINDLEY of Sheffield a gentleman bearing a very high reputation in his profession. We may take this opportunity of correcting an error of the press in tne Mercury of yesterday. Tho quoted words " source of song" which occur towards tho closo of tho second paragraph of our notice should lmvo boon " service of song." ' " ;~ .*".