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LONDON COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 9 July 1860
LONDON COMMXnCTAL. Li/Titm - iiirti diaii is not quite so much in le (¡u st in 1 a. hupphc» li lie 1 ecn bctici lh in of late i itli i low i i ates ' ii e 1 ecu a"coptc 1 At public »ahlljlile ix Heath iLcll elucfll sold livil I "U ci >t -i lOjd to Hid ide 12d niailv Filloa eiops 10i.it loll'd side 10,d to Hid inferí 'J] 1 shoal 3ers Sd I ollie 81 3 u K-Hie oui} pu edi iought torn n d war SOS 1 ig i'out 0 tons ot Heather licll «Inch'old it lullpn -eliot pod ¿115s and loose ¿£10 5s 1 er ton Wuuieonf-Scnceh am bitsnie s and the ] lies ne ne u h in imal at X3S0 to £Vi¿ Onl} ' ci t e Hcatn i 3,el! his boen oflciod which oIdntX3S_, mc1 J tons fimiei» it Mo to £47 pel ton Ons-Fii-h oil ii&lt;> dull aal no1 so i eil nip ported m p ice the hiles,, pnci.-, pud for colonial sperm iicic XJS md lmcucan XJ I 30 ca.-J s c 31ealhei Bell at pul lie sale all sold mulei ii A Co fe O XÜS 1, to XJJ 10-, and S M and Co i SI ob 20 casks u mtci 1 oçged spei m fioni lie« "Yoi! 35 ni diamond B ...
MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 9 July 1860
MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. I Then w aB a bn ?. miine in sijht oil Capo liaoul at bundol n 1 est et cmiy The schoouci Pit in.* i ish ,ailcd fi oin D Entíc- eoste iu\ Cli nine] foi Gi Ion ; ou S itui daj The ship I le^ of the South nut 1 at London on the Otk M ij, ind the Pciej oil Penzance on the 11th I aid on it London fu Hob ni Town -Iloathci Hill Haiinswoilh Isleo of the South Gioj loi Launcc-ton-Stn of T ismailia, TiUlock, Tai vVcst Sheiei, Io.nrw11, 'J ind ill 'Hie liisinanin ste nnei foi Sjduov via Twofold Bnj sulcd it noon on Satujdij tilth about sixty pissengcih t\ cutt five of whom weiefoi Twofold lily ci (nil. io luandia THE GREAT EASTERN It it- iniiouueel that the Gi cat Eastern will sad on the Üth Time loi New Yoil The altoratious th it weie eonsideied ncci a j 111 the maclnnerj tvill all bo conn letod 111 tho course of a few dajs The IJncetois hate decided on sending tho ship to New Yoi 1 inste id of lot Hand, iu ttos oiign allj intended Gi cat is w 01 Id h it 0 been the fa...
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. London, Friday Afternoon, May l8, 1860. LANDING OF GARIBALDI AT MARSALA— SICILY IN ARMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 9 July 1860
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. London, Friday Afternoon, May 18, 1800. LANDING OF GARIBALDI AT MARSALA SICILY IN ARMS. Our intelligence up to the present time respect- ing Garibaldi's expedition to Sicily, to which we re- fer at considerable length elsewhere, may be thus summarised. We know that he embarked at Genoa, on the night of the 5th of May, in two steamers belonging to a mercantile firm, and ap- propriated by him in the name of tho national cause, accompanied probably by somo promise of indemnity. Tho gallant partisan took with liim a baud of men equally gallant and devoted, his com panins in former ventures, and recruited from all ranks and classes of men. Their number has been estimated as low as 1500 and as high as 2000 and oven 3000, but unless the steamers are large the latter numbers must be exaggerations. On tho 7th May the expedition was offTelamona on the Roman frontier, and some of them landed there to seek necessaries which they had, in their hurry to em- bark at Genoa, for...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 9 July 1860
CAUTION. The public are cautioned against purchasing the spurioug imitations. None are genuine unless the signature of R. and L. PERRY & Co. is affixed to each wrapper, and blown on each bottle, to imitate which is felony. Note.—Messrs. PERRY & Co.'s Medicines and Works can only be obtained in Melbourne, of FLORANCE & LEWIS, 222 Lonsdale- street east. ON NERVOUSNESS, RELAXATION, AND EXHAUSTION. A new improved edition, enlarged to 190 pages, illustrated by 100 anatomical colored engravings on steel. Price 2s 6d. By post 3s. 6d. THE SILENT FRIEND. A MEDICAL WORK on physical exhaus- tion and decay of the frame from the effects of indiscrimipate excedes, &c. By R. and L. PERRY & Co. Surgeons (who may be consulted at their residence, No. 19 Berners- street, Oxford-street, London). Sold by FLORANCE and LEWIS, 222 Lonsdale-street, Melbourne ; and W. T. PINKEY, 259 Pitt- street, Sydney. The CORDIAL BALM of SYRIACUM is employed to renovate the impaired...
THE MERCURY. MONDAY MORNING, JULY 9, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 9 July 1860
THE MERCURY. MONDAY MORNING, JULY 9, 1860. We wish to offer one or two remarks on a practice connected with the Electric Telegraph Department which is becoming somewhat too prevalent. We do this the more readily be- cause we feel persuaded that a few moments' cool reflection will convince those who indulge in it that their conduct is not consistent with the character they wish to maintain, and be- cause it is extremely annoying and unfair to- wards the officers of the department. Our observations have not been elicited by the bear- ing which the practice we are about to condemn has upon our own interests. We procure our intelligence for the public, and it can matter but very little whether an item or two of that in- telligence oozes out a few moments &nbsp; before our extra is issued or not. But &nbsp; the consequences to the Superintendent of Telegraphs, were be inadvertently to forget himself, might be very serious ; and it is manifestly, therefore, most unfair to ...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 9 July 1860
&lt; In addition to tho above telegraphic intelli- gence wo give the following from the English papers to hand, devoting to their contents and to our London Letter the whole of our avilablo space : Rumours of a coming Conference havo been again set afloat, within the last few days. The grounds on which they ave said to rest would seem to imply that our Ministers have given up the main question, npun which it, was originally supposed a Conference was to he called together ; and that they are now ready to assist in carry- ing out tho views of France. When a Confer- ence was talked of in the first instance, the an- nexation of Savoy was understood to be the subject which the Ministers of the various Powers were to take into consideration. Ac- cording to the last rumour, however, the annex- ation is to be accepted as a fait accompli, and the neutralisation of Chablais and Faucigny is to be substituted as the basis upon which the diplomacy of Europe is invited to meet. This is ve...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 9 July 1860
Steam to Melbourne. Return Tickets. Return Tickets. THE T. S. N. Company's steamship "CITY OF HOBART," Alfred Darby. Commander, will leave for MEL- BOURNE, on WEDNESDAY, 10th July, 1860, at three o'clock p.m. FARES.-- £ s. d. Return Tickets, available for two months or four voyages... 12 10 0 Single Passage, Saloon. 7 0 0 Singlo Passage, Steerage. 3 10 0 Children under 12 years of age in pro- portion. BENJ. M. CUNNINGHAM, Manager, T.S.N. Co. Franklin Wharf, June 29th, 1860 WHITE STAR LINE OF BBITISH & AUSTRA- LIAN PACKETS. For LIVERPOOL, &nbsp; To sail July 10, The renowned clipper ship RED JACKET, 2,000 Tons, Samuel Reed, Commander, Will positively sail from Hobson's Bay, for Liverpool ; on Tuesday, the 10th July. In calling attention to the departure of the above celebrated clipper ship, it is scarcely necessary to observe that she is universally acknowledged to be the handsomest and fastest ship afloat, and presents advantages to intending passengers unequalled by...
POLICE COURT. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 10 July 1860
POLICE COURT. MONDAY. Before His Worship the Mayor. Four drunkards were each fined 10s., and eight brawlers 5s. each. RESISTING A CONSTABLE. Jolm Connos, who had been apprehended for using obscene language, was charged with resist- ing Constable Samuel Mooro in the execution of his duty on Saturday lost, and with tearing his coat to the damage of Cs. The defendant pleaded guilty, and was fined 103., iu addition to 5s. for using the obscene- language, | and Gs. for tho damage dono to tho coat. ILLEGALLY FAWNING. John Crutchloy and William Brookes, tlio latter a watchmaker well-known in the city, wero charged by Detective Moi'loy with illegally pawning on the 20th ulto. a gold watch, the property of James Corby. The prisoners wero remanded till tho 11th hist., to-monow. ABSCONDING. Anthony McCann, t. 1., charged by Detective Vickers with absconding from his authorized place of residence, was remanded till to-morrow. STEALING SHIRTS. Richard Richardson and Jolm Wood wero charged by Det...
MUNICIPAL CORPORATION. Monday, July 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 10 July 1860
MUNICIPAL CORPORATION. Monday, July 0. Theio yyoio pi esent at tho yvookly meeting of the Couned yostoidaj, the Right Woishipful the Mayoi, and Aldei men Seabrook, Cusp, and Miudoeh The minutes of the last meeting having been read and continued, Tho Mayoi obseived that as so feyv membeis yveio pi esent, it would not be desirable to pioceed with any important business, ii, hoyvevoi, theie yvas any piessing mattei the Town Cleik would, pei haps, mention it Tho Toivn Cleik then load a lettei from Hodg- son and Flack, yvho had tend«ed for the election of a Bndgo ovei thoCieok m Loivei Collins sheet, but yvhoso tendei had not been accepted The lettei colled attention to tins subject, and tequested the Councd to íccoiisidei the subject On the motion of Mi Aldeiman Seabrook, seconded bj Aldeiman Cusp, it yvas íesolved that tho second loyvest tendei be accepted CORRESPONDENCE Somo coi rospondence of no public interest yvas read, and lefened to the Publio Woiks' Com- mittee A lettei fiom Mr ...
MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 10 July 1860
MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. The Cosmopolite le i\ es toi Otago, New Zealand, iluB morning with a eaigo of lundues and a iur thei shipment of hoi»e-> The in ci ci ill Mai quia of Súisbuij, Pcllmgei, mastei, i\ as blow n upon the i oel s in fipcdaj Baj, neal Pitwatei on Sundaj and was shoitlj biokcn up Fortunatelj no loss of life occuiied. A slnj), a bin que anda schoonet woie signalled B3 having gone undei the land, Adventiue Baj, jesteid-ij c\eiung
CHANGE IN THE AUSTRALIAN MAIL SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 10 July 1860
. CHANGE IN THE AUSTRALIAN MAIL SERVICE. V great chango is about to tako place m tho Australian mail service Ihe directois of the Peninsulai and Onental Stenn Companj hnding aftei tim teen months crpciiencc ol thou conti act tliat it entails a consideiable loss ha\o definiti\elj «lecidod upon tin owing it up md ha\i. alieadj intimated this deeision to Goy eminent Hie present suboidj is Í1S0 00O (ot which one halt is pay ible bj the colouies and the othei half bj the Impelía] Got li muent) md the comp uij s experience lead to i belief that the amount ou"ht to be raised to £ 2 0 000 m c i dei to aftoi d them iuij iiiaigin of ] loht Beloie the utattei aimed «tits ptesent st.i"e the eompanj submitted i proposal to Goy eninient that ni eonsidei ition of an addition oí -£2o 000 being made to the pieseat mibsidj (whetebj the total would bo íaised to £201000), and of tile terna being limited to between Austialia and Point de Calle instead oi between Austialia md Sue*/ the\ would e»tabhsh i ...
SUGGESTIONS FOR A COLONIAL RAILWAY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MERCURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 10 July 1860
SUGGESTIONS FOR A COLONIAL RAILWAY. TO THE BDITOn OP THE MERCURY. Sir -In continuation of my suggestions in the Mci cm y oi the 7tli mst, I beg tooiiei some inrthoi ideas explanatoiy ol tho subject I suppose I may laiily assume that no one yvill vontuic to ilisputo that gie it advantage must acciue to eveiy bl auch ol tiado in the Colonj, by the laige expendituic of money, andinfliix oi popu- lation both ot yvhieh aio insopai-iblo fiom the establishment of îuitwaj yvoiks Ii this bo ti ne, the immediate benefit to bo de- ny ed bom tho eonstmction of a liilyvoy is palpable and no foal need then e\ist oí tho noyv dieaded eflects of the thieatened exodus of tho labonng population of oui colony to Snowv Rn ei Noyy theiofoie, I tlunk is the time foi action, and it a compauy y\oie at ono piojoctod, I feel cei tam that theie yvould bo no gi oat difficulty, uicoiiy ing out the undei taking At piesent I yvoidd mai ely obsoi ve that I beboy o that the expense of consti ueting a line of liulyvo...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE HOBART TOWN MARKETS. Mercury Office, Monday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 10 July 1860
.COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE HOBART 10"\\ N MARKETS jSSi , every 0£icc, Ifomfai/ Ana noon Tho wheat market opened to daj at the closing quotations of last w eel, and tw o 01 tin co sales w ei o effected at Is per bushel 'Hie quantity coming forward is not lar^e Oats mid bailey aie veij fccidoin asked foi, at previous puces The mail ( t is full} supnUed with lmj but puces lia\o imtleigouo no ""chance loos» mid countij pi essed still i anging fioni Al> to £7 pu ton ac cording to quollt} Potatoes continue \ei j dull of enle and quota- tions ni o still ¿IV en at At) to £i> 10s pu ton Flovu is in luodoiato dummd toi local purposes .at £12, peí ton foi in st qu ditics Bran Is Gd to Is Id pel bushel TtmiiFic Cwnot \r Vinclnms -Eq:>eii nients lath the new nflod cannon nie dad} going on diulj atVmetnnc Tie ian go ot tie held jueeeis wondeiful and the cfioels 01 tho cyluidei ball against m iso uj aie tomle Tho diinciüty as yet is to obtain a or ect aim tho deviation oí the ball o\rai¿ tJ...
THE CHAMPION FIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 10 July 1860
THE CHAMPION FIGHT. Tho following aro further notes from the «apors;-' ' ' yiio 'KhiQs cjf April 23 published the following correspondence ¡ TO Till! HD1T0R OF Tltn TIMM. Sh',-I seo by your nrticlo of Saturday last that you misunderstand my wishes, and it clous mo groat iiy'ustico. 1 have no ditlbi enees to sotllo willi >fr. Sayors, except such as 1 tried to settle with Jihii on this 17th April ! and instead ol'being called il'J'boT,,' fought to lie termed a baby if, utter having como so far, imd not Jinvhifj got a sotHc jnont, 1 should (jo willing to roliumiibh my purpuso for a few good mituivd pats on tho back, and being told I am a fine fellow. I have received a great nilli))' anonymous letters since Tuesday hist, usking mo if I am not ashamed ol' myself-a great fellow Uko mo-to como over hero to whip a littlo mun Uko Tom Sayers. All I have to «ty to tluitis, that under ordinary circmiislniicci I would not think of sending a ehnlleugn to a man of Sayers' . aizo; but England th...
LATEST DATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 10 July 1860
LATEST DATES. England. i May 19 Aiteeica : Kew York.. April 3 San Francisco . liar. 5 Valparaiso . Mar. 1 Capo of Good Hope . April 30 Mauritius . April 28 Cevlon . Juno 11 China . May 23 Madras . June 8 Bombay. ... June 8 i Calcutta. June 3 Singapore . May 2 Batavia. May 1 AUSTKALIAN COLONIES : Sydney. June 30 Adelaide. July 1 Melbourne . July 5 Brisbane.. June 20 Perth . May 10 New Zealand: Auckland .... June 8 Wellington. June 1 Nelson . June 5 Otago . May 5 Taranaki .I June 1
SHIP MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 10 July 1860
SHIP MAILS. Mails wjl close at tho General Post Office, Hobart Town, as under - t"or Adelaide and Sjdnt), \u Melbourne, per first \essel, to morrow, at J. p in For Melbourne, pei Citj ol Hobart, ditto, ditto For London, \iv Sue/ and Marsf J'es, per R M S Ottawa, via Melbourne, on Indaj, the Util instant, at 4 p ni For London, \ 11 Sue? and SouUiampton, d f to, ditto, ditto For Mediterranean Ports, via Su&lt; 7, ditto, ditto, ditto Foi India China, Mamila, Hat ma, «Le, via Point de G-illc ditto, ditto, ditto For Cap* of Good Hope via M luntnis, ditto, ditto, ditto For Mauritius and Reunion, via Aden, ditto, ditto, ditto For Swan Rncr, via Melbourne, ditto, ditto, ditto F S -Imioiitant Noticf -The Tienen Tranbit Rate on Letters mid !New sp ipr re for England to be forwarded vii M u ^ill&lt; , uid the British Post ige onLetteis und îieuspipos for Bntibh Colonies and Foreign Firth tiansmitted \ia the United Kingdom must be prep na foy nif ans of Tasmanian Postage Stamps,...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF HOBART TOWN. COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 10 July 1860
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF HOBART TOWN. COAhTEKS INWARDS. Julj 9-Twins Bium, she oil Lady Franklin, nuon, timber mid palings EST1RED OUT Julj 9-Freetiadei, barque, 200 tons, Thom, for Port Albert July 9 -Pilot, sehoonei, 91 tons. Bulk, foi Mel- bourne CLEABED OUT Julj 9 -Cosmopolite, bog, 11 > tons, Lewis, foi Otago, New Zealand, with sundries HAIL1D. Julj 9 -Eclipse, foi Port Albert July 9.-Glencoe, toi Port Albeit Julj 9 -Goldseekei, for Melbourne JXIOK1S Cosmopolite, foi Otago, N Z -20,000 ft timber, 15,000 palings, 15,000 shingles, Jdiajs, 3 pis wheels, 9 tons norn, 20 hoi so», 10,000 quicks, 10 do7 trees, 1 bedste ids, 1 bale cotton w icks, 2 casks salt, 1 case an owl oot, leask gmgei, 1 do cloves, 135 bags- fingal, Bojs S, Hall, 1 ton wlute lead, 2 trunks boots, 1 pael age hops, port of original cargo, Boj s and Hall
LATEST EUROPEAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 10 July 1860
IATEST EUROPEAN NEWS, The Cotton Supply Association held its annual meeting at Manchester on the 12th of May. Speeches were delivered by gentlemen who were able to give evidence of the successful cultivation of cotton in India, Australia, East and West Africa, the Feejee Islands, and the West Indies. The facility with which money can be raised in England for charitable purposes is very gra- tifying. A very short time back it was an- nounced that the London Hospital had lost about £1500 a year by the falling in of tho Annuities which ceased this year. It was therefore neces- sary, if the hospital was to distribute its bene- volence to the same extent as heretofore, that a capital sum producing this amount should be collected from the public. The result is that a sum exceeding in amount £24,000 has been subscribed. Captain Vine Hall, appointed to the command of the Great ship, is the brother of the Kew Newman Hall, of Surrey chapel, London. Cap- tain Hall has had an immense experience...