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MIDLAND AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. ANNUAL EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 13 October 1860

MIDLAND AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. ANNUAL EXHIBITION. This important event took place on Wednesday last iu a large paddock opposite Englebert's Hotel, Campbell Town and in tho presence of a very large number i. f visitors, amongst whom we particularly noticed the Hon. P. H, Gell, M.L.C. J. Pillenger, W. Harrison, 'J'. Harrison, J. L. B. Tabart (Hobart Town) G. Taylor, J. Maclanachan (Secrctury to tho Association), II. S. Smith (Syndal), J, Crear, (Clyncvalo), F. Allison, C. Allison, N. P. Allison, A. Jackson, A. Mitchell, E. Nicholas (Bothwell), J. stuart, T. Clarko (Quorn Hall), J. Wright, G. Ansley, G. Scott (Hagley), G. Keach, J. Kirkby (Kirkdale Lodge), W. T. Kell, John Dowling, R. . -W. Ayre (Quamby), T. Gibson, J. Gibson, Esqs. .The weather was fine and everything contributed to the pleasure and success oftho exhibition. The number of stock entered was us follows: Horses 32, Cattle 32, Kheep Cßtl, of which 4!>3 were for wool and 170 for carciso,-the largest number, and proba...

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SHIP MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 13 October 1860

SHIP MAILS. -* MAILS will close at the General Post Office, Hobart Towa, M under : For Adelaide and Sydney via Melbourne, per firafc vessel, this day, at 5 i>.ui. Por Melbourne via Launceston, per Black Swan, 'ditto, at 5'30 \>.m. For London, via. Suez and Marseilles, per R M. S. Batar, via Melbourne, on Monday, 22nd inst., at * p.m. . For London, via Suez and Southampton, ditto, ditto, ditto. For Mediterranean Forts, via Suez, ditto, ditto, ditto. For India, China, Manilla, Batavia, &&, via Point do Galle, ditto, ditto, ditto. For Cape of Good Hope, via Mauritius, ditto, ditto, ditto. For Mauritiufi and Reunion, via Aden, ditto, ditto, ditto. For Swan River, via Melbourne, ditto, ditto, ditto. i P.S.-IMPORTANT NOTICE.-The French Transit Hate on Letters and Newspapers tor England to bo forwarded via Marseilles, and tho British Postage on Letters and Newspapers for British Colonies ?and Foreign Parta transmitted via the United Kingdom, must be prepaid by means o...

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[BY SUBMARINE AND ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] MOUNT NELSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 13 October 1860

I Bf SUBMAKINB AND ELECTRIC TELEGRAM!.] MOUNT NELSON. October 12.-Wind, N., light j weather fine. BAI-. m.O'X Therm. 4«. Ozone 8.

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SHIPPING. PORT OF HOBART TOWN. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 13 October 1860

S H I P P 1 N a. PORT OF HOBAKT TOWN. ABRIVED. , 'October 12.-City of Hobart, T. S. N. Co.'s ¿crew steamer, 363 tons, Alfred Darby, from Mel- bourne, the 10th inst., with sheep and sundries. Agents, T.S.N. Co. Passengers-Cabin, Mr. and Mrs. and Missen Gellibrand (2) ; Miss Gallagher, Mr. E. England, Mr. C. Smith, Rev. Mr. Stone, Mr. It. Allan, Mr. Jones, Mr. Brown, Mr, Arm- strong. Stcerugc, Misses Furnsidc (2), Mrs. Grice, Mr. mid Mrs. Eniscl, Mrs. Parnell and 5 children, Alexander Cosey, Williamson, and 4 immigrants. Oct. 12-Reindeer, bchooncr, 101 tons, Young, juur., from M.Jbourno, the (Jth inst., with sheep and sundries. Agents, Belbin and Dowdell. COASTERS INWARDS. . October 12-Luck's All, from Barnes Bay, with firewood j Twins, Bruni Island, with firewood ; William and Henry, Peppermint Bay, with timber ; Ann io, Pittwater, with produce. IMPORTS. City of Hobart, from Melbourne.-100 bgs sugar, Crosby & Co ; 85 do do, Horwitz & Co; 5 1/4 trcs tobacco, McPherson ...

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ST. ANDREW'S CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 13 October 1860

ST. ANDREW'S CHURCH. 'AMONGST, Uie passengers by- the city.of Hobart yes day Vas Che Rev. Mr. Storie the new minister of StU 'Andrew's Church, the proceedings of presbytery in 'connection with whose removal (tom Castlemaine we recently reported from a local journal. Wo believe Mr. Slorio will 'officiate at St. Andrew's both morning mid evening to-morrow, and that the ceremony of his induction will bo fixed for Sunday next. Whilst writing on the subject of St. Andrews, wd may correct a slip of the pen wo were guilty of yesterday in speaking of the new organ. In con- nection with the recent musical service, the organ» of St, David'sundSt.Andrew'shavebeen sooomttioU a subject of talk, that by a very intelligible iü' advertence one name «'as Written for the otheri . Of course it was St. Andrew's we meant, Bub llÜTiilg made the blunder wo beg to apologise to whichel-tf instrument feels itself aggrieved. POLICE ROSTEB.-Tho Magistrates on tha Roster for to-day «re R: Power, and Ai Morrison...

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ADELAIDE. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 13 October 1860

ADELAIDE. Friday. j The flour maiket dull, at ¿¡16 ; wheat, Os. 4d. to 6s. Sd. Mr. G. V. Biooke and company leave by the Omeo to-morrow, They had an cnthusinstio faie well ut the theatio last night. Monday. J The papéis contain Stuait's letters. Ho states that after leaching tho centre of the continent he eoruok out for the Victoria River, but had to turn aside thieo times for want of water," being also ill from scurvy, and his two com- panions in a vory weak state. At length he de oitninod to try for the Gulf of Carpentaria, but in about latitude 18deg 60 min. was set upon, by a largo number of natives; Wlid tferë lying in ambush, and resisted his crdduiur a creek. Tho natives were tall, and powerful muscular men; and very bold. They charged tho men and horses without sigu of fear repeatedly, and had to be repulsed by firearms. Stuart tried from tho first to make fi'ionds with them, but of no avail. Tiley replied willi bbdllitíraúgs dud spedl'e, büü Of which struck Stuart's horse. ...

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TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES. (FROM THE MELBOURNE PAPERS.) SYDNEY. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 13 October 1860

TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES. (pitOBI THE MEMJOUBNE PAPERS. SYDNEY. Thursday. The fiio is the talk of the city, but there aie no > now particulars of iaipoi-touce. A bill for the immediate abolition of tho gold duty passed through all its stages in the Absembly last night. Mr. Soloinon.the assayor, was hcaid at the bar agaiust it, but without effect. It is reported that a party, including Bome Vic- torians, have hit on a paying diggings near Wagga Wagga. The Rev. G. King, who was cited before the Chinch Court for obstiucting the entrance of the Bishop and Dean to St. Andiew's.has refused to re- cognize its authority. The Council is not sitting. Tho Assembly is going on very quietly, but a heavy debato on the Land Bul is looked for. Fridiiy. Paikor, tho assistant city engineer, has been tried lor on attempt to leinovo Lossitor's window, as encroaching on the stieet, and discharged, tho jury not agi ecing. Thoie were nino for acquittal and thiee for conviction. It was reported that athii...

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MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 13 October 1860

MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. ON Thursday evening last the Rev. R. K. Ewing of Launceston delivered a lecture at tho Mechanics' Institute on " Wealth and Intellect." There was an unusually largo attendance ot vi ¡tors, and tho lecturer was loudly cheered throughout his discourse and at its conclusion. The Iccturo was characterised by great eloquence and force of delivery, but was ol' a nature scaicoly to bear reporting, unless given in extenso as read from the manuscript. It was less distinguished by novelty or depth of thought than by language elaborately ornate. In many part» it served chiefly us u vehicle ' for quotation, a liirge number of passages being effectively wad from tho principal poets and other modern authors. The lecturer pointed out tho low estimulo in which wealth had always been held by the most eminent writers when dissociated from intelligence, and cited the examples of ancient countries which iu spite of their wealth had sunk and left behind them an their monuments only...

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QUARTZ CRUSHING AND AMALGAMATING. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 13 October 1860

QUARTZ CRUSHING AND AMALGAMAITNG. I* the midst of oui quiet city, inventive genius ln-i been lol months at vvoik in thciuipioverucnt ofthe mochmeiy foi the extraction of gold horn quaits, and we have had die oppoi tumty within the last few days ofinspeetmg a non Q laitz-ciushmc, washing, a id amalgamating maelime, the invention of Mi Pullei of Victona slieet, mid a machine for wash mg and amalgamating only, invented bj Mi Cheny Photogiaphio Aitist of Micqiiaue sheet Boththeseaie ibouttobee\llibitcd Mi Pullerhasin vited the public to visit the Mech mies institute on Mondiyiand lucsdiy.wlieiclus ippu itus will bo at woik Some biictaccountoftlie'-etwoinvciilionsiu ly beoi guieial interest, and it it, but au actoijustice to those whose scientific ingenuity has boen pa bently battling ngamal ditheultic* and has at Ia t succeeded in producing lesnlts bo cntuelv satisfac toiy that we should dueet attention to the gieat meats ol Hie «oil îug models that have boen eom plated, and wlueh aio e...

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THE MERCURY. SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 18TH, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 13 October 1860

^TpE MERCURY, -' ' 1\ J SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 18fH. 18ÜCV * I 5\ A SOMEWHERE approaching the confines of the unknown and mysterious interior of the .Aus- tral ¡an continent, is plodding its unaccustomed way at the moment of our writing,1 'a' mc ¡ley cavalcade of waggons and horses, camels and satans, busbmen and Hindoos, equipped at an enormous cost of public money, and bent upon oho more attempt to solve the problem which has so long baffled the curious and made sacri- fice of so many noble lives. What the Polar passage was for a quarter of a century to the maritime enterprise oí tho mother country, the hidden heart of Australia has been to the set tiers on the seaboard of that island continent. It was not tu the scientific adventurer, but to the pioneer of pastoral settlement, that our early explorations «ere due-by whom tho mountain ranges that separate the coast fioin the interior were iirst crossed. The squatter has been the true discoverer, and ali our know- ledge of the c...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 13 October 1860

BIRTHS. On the 1st instant, at the Military Barracks, Sydney, New South Wales, the wife of Major HUTCHINS, 12th Regiment, of a son. o 13 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

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THE MASSACRE IN SYRIA. [FROM THE TIMES.] [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 13 October 1860

THE MASSACRE IN SYRIA. ' , [FROM THE TIMES.] 1 '<?> The following letter, received yesterday morning: f from Beyrout, giveä some insight into the causes which have produced the present larowtable' state of matters in the Lebanon. The writer has been settled for the last 20 years in the ' country, and is consequently well acquainted with the various tribes which inhabit the mouu* . tain: ? . ¡ " ' v " Shcmtain, Juno 30,18G0.. . " You will.no doubt, before this can reach' you, havo scon accounts of tho feud which 'has boen raging in this quarter between Druse ' ami ' Christian, and you will doubtless have seen a'( great many exaggerations an I raisreprwe»-l tations. " I should like to give you a true statement' of what has passed, but I almost flinch fron» telling the truth. The so-called Christians ure- ' so palpablv in the wrong, that any one calling ' himself Christian, and having any respect for the name, must feel humiliated in making «rat«- ' ments that if they do ...

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THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 13 October 1860

THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND. The " Ariel " arrived in Hobson's Bay, on Saturday morning, bringing dates from Nelson, N. Z., to the 21st ult. The following is from the correspondent of   the Nelson Examiner :- Taranaki, 14th September. SIR,—Thinking that a short account, by an eye-witness, of the expedition to the Waitara, on Monday and Tuesday last, may be accept- able to your readers, I will endeavour to give a true description of it, refraining from all comments. The first official information that we received of the intended movement was at the general parade on Sunday evening, when Capt. Stapp asked for fifty volunteers from the rifles, stating that he had obtained permission from the general to accompany with that number a force about to proceed against the rebels, and at the same time warning the men (who came forward without any hesitation) that they must come to parade the next morning prepared for, perhaps, a fort night's campaign, as it was quite uncertain how long...

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MARITIME INTERCOURSE IN TIME OF WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 13 October 1860

MARITIME INTERCOURSE IN TIME OF WAR. At a recent meeting of the Chamber of Commerce of San Francisco thefollowing proceedings were had. We quote from tho Mercantile Qasetta : To tho Chamber of Commerce of the City of San Francisco. Your committee, to whom was referred tho report of tho special committee of tho Chamber of Commerce of toe state of New York, on the subject of "Maritime Intercourse in Time of War," and the resolutions accompanying the same, beg leave respectfully to submit tho following report; Tho questions discussed by the committee of the New York chamber are by no means new. Before tho United States had taken her position among the nations of tho world, that great man and humane philosopher, Beiyauiin Franklin, suggested the expediency of confining wars strictly to the standing annies and armed ship? of the belligerents, leaving tho persons and property of private citizens free from molestation and attack. Tlio reasoning of the American philosopher, even then, was c...

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VICTORIA. [FROM WEDNESDAY'S ARGUS.] [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 13 October 1860

VICTORIA. ff BOM WEDNESDAY'S ABOUS.") The markets have boen rather dull, business being confined to the smallest limits while the mail is within a few hours of being duo. Flour has been in fair trade demand. Oats have also met with somo inquiry, but without improvement in rates. Messrs. Greig and Murray placed Eleme figs, in half-boxes, at 4Jd; in quarter-boxes, at 4}d toigd; in one-eighth-boxes, at 5¿d ; in one-sixteenth-boxes, at Cd ; Patras currants, at 3jd ; old currants, at2Jd ; sultana raisins, 2}d to 3Jd ; Brazil nuts, 1J to l£d. per lb; quarter sardines, at 5s; Feast's half-pint salad oil, at 9s 7d; do half-pint sauces, assorted, at 5s 7d ; Stivens' lmlf-lb mustard, at 3sUd perdozen ; mixed pickles, at 7s 6d; tablo salt, in jars, 4s to 4s 3d ; O. Jones's starch, at 4d per lb ; herrings, in two-dozen tins, at 16s 3d per dozen j whiting, in largo casks, from £6 5s to X6 10s per ton ; New Zealand butter, 8d to 8jd per lb ; Calcutta rope, X13 12s üd per ton; American beans, i;d ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 13 October 1860

Steam to Melbourne. Return Tickets. Return Tickets. THE T S N Company's Steamship " CITY OF HOBART," Alfred Darby, Commander, .«pt*- s~{-^~ will leave for MELBOURNE, on WEDNESDAY, 17tU October, at three o'clock p m. | FARBS. £ B. d. Return Tickets, available for two months or four voyages 12 10 0 Single Passage, Saloon 7 0 0 8mglo Passage, Stcerago 3 10 0 i Children under 12 year« of ago in pro- portion. fijáNj M CÜIiNlNGÖAMj Manager, T.S.N. Co. Franklin Wharf, October 4th, 1860. Direct and Nearest Boute to the Snowy River Gold Fields. Steam to Sydney, via Twofold Bay. THE T.SNCo's Steam . ihip "TASMANIA," J. S-^, Clinch, commandor, will ^ Joavo for the nbovo ports _ on or about THURSDAY, October tile äStli. at 12 o'clock noon FABBS TO TWOFOLD BAS, The nearest Port to ttio Diswngs. Kaloon .i H.un n . »» "' 2 Bteoragö.3 10 0 »Children under 12 years of age m proposa. BENJ> M CÜNNINGHAM, j h öctobM ÖtÜ, 1Ö60. j , Manager T. 8. N. Co. Franklin Wharf j For Liverpool Direct. Black Bal...

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THE CITY GUARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 13 October 1860

TÎIÊ CITY GUARD. 'The G oy.crniaentrijove expressed their ttlUlugnUsH to accept the oner of sei Vice Inüfló ,íjy tue Volün teers ot the proposed City Guard. Tilia is" a matter' of course. Every lcgithnalc acces&ioíi to th'ts §rëtti, national movement moy look forthecountenuncöbT tÉo íuliiig powers, cûu.stitutiug as it does a new arm to the defensive force of the colony, We be- have ive tire perfectly correct, however, In stating that Hie Govornnlent .have .ijüt committed tüäiH selvco to any utecpLuic'c bf i lie coHdittoits on wirren this offer of service was made, and that tit) hitontioii whatever exists of doing so. The inexpediency of pauperising thi> movcincnt by free gifts of uniform is strongly fell, us tending to destroy the high moral tono which constitutes tho essence and strength of tho volunteer service. Every menilwr of the corps already enrolled will, we are convinced, bo enlhcly satified with Ibis decision. If assist«««! from the Treasury is ücelted, ¡bt it b...

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LONDON COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 13 October 1860

LONDON COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. I Consols 92} J for transfer and the Gth Sept., and 92 i to 93J for the October account.' ' | The New Threes 93$, the Reduced 93¿, India 5 per cent. Loan 10JJ to J. Victorian Government 0 per cents. April and October, 109J to 109}. LONDON WOOL REPORT, AUGUST lfeCO. Notwitlistanding the continuance of boil weather our sales have progressed on the averago with remarkable uniformity, a circumstance confirming the healthy position of the manufacturing interests and the generally satisfactory state of trade. Oil.-Eighty-one casks Sydney Cocoa nut oil, at sale on 24th August, all sold, at again higher prices. Sperm is again better, X100" to ¿¡IOS has been paid for American, and holdcis now ask ¿£109 to ¿¡110 for Colonial. There has been no chango in other fish oil,. Lin- seed is quieter, 30o\ 9d. per cwt. Whalebone, 400 cwt., Southern, ox Verulam, bold at ¿¡81 per ton. Tallow, 6 casks, ex Maid of Judah, marked Jack- son, sold at 49s. per cwt. Theto is moro ...

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ARRIVAL OF THE SALSETTE WITH THE ENGLISH MAILS OF THE 27TH AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 13 October 1860

AKKIVAL ' ' OF THE SALSET T E s WITH THE . <? j, ENGLISH MAILS OF THE 27TH AUGUST. -? PASSING OF THE FORTIFICATIONS BILL, PACIFIC ASSURANCES OF LOUIS NAPOLEON CONTINUED SUCCESSES OF GARIBALDI. SURRENDER OF NEAPOLITAN TROOPS. GARIBALDI THREATENS ROME. HIS AIDE-DE-CAMP RAISING A BATTALION IN ENGLAND. REVIEW BY THE QUEEN OF 20,000 SCOTCH VOLUNTEERS. INTENSE DISORGANISATION IN NAPLES. PREPARATIONS OF THE KING FOR FLIGHT. CONVENTION ON SYRIAN AFFAIRS. i i 1 SUICIDE OF A BANK MANAGER. RETURN OF THE GREAT EASTERN, i , THE R.M. Steamship " Sulsette" an i ved in Hob sou's Bay on Thursday night. Tho mails for Tas- mania were put on boaid tho Royal Shepherd at 10 30 p.m., and reached Georgo Town at midnight last night. Tho following is the messago oi our* Melbourne correspondent, giving the heads of news o3 received by electric telegraph from Adelaide in, anticipation of the an ival of the Salsette : The following from Adelaide was received in Melbourne one hour after the City of Ho...

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POLICE OFFICE. FRIDAY. — OCTOBER 12TH, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 13 October 1860

VOIA'JÉ OFFICE. FRIDAY. - OCTOEFR 12TU, 18C0. BfifOBE W. Tarleton, Esq., P.M., J. Barnard, and "R. Lewin, Esqi-s., and Captain Bateman. ' \ > ' . Threc'drunkai'ds were each fined 10s.,. rflid 'two" bravvlms each 5s. Ann Hewsly wies sent to 'tho, House of Correction for three months for behaving Indecently iii tiio i-lreets. j SitiAbiii-G A BOILER.-William John Hackeltj a boy 10 years of agc, Clunie J Hackett, aged ii, Mary Ann Hackett, aged li), Emily Hackett, aged 17, and Susanna Grimston, aged 10, ali natives, wcie chai ged by Detective McGuiro with stealing, on the 10th instant, a copper boiler of the value of JE2, the piopcrty of Thomas liutley. - , 1). C. Morley having applied for the remand of the prisoners, ' Mr. Lees, who appeared for them, said that tho charge seemed an extraordinary one, ¡is the accused had no occasion to resort to such practices; as to the young feninlo Grimston she happened to bo attending on Mrs. Hackett, who was ill, and the boiler having boon fouud...

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