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PUBLIC WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 22 October 1860

PUBLIC WOltKS. Tun Public Works that aro likoly to be forthwith proceeded with, tiro the ercctiou of some Municipal and other Public buildings in Hobart Town, the. ,". construction of Water Work« for the better supply of the City, and tho Sorell Causeway, u> road opeuing up coiumun ¡cation with an important agricultural district and with a hugo area of yet unoccupied Crown lauds. The Munioiualbuildings. we speak of, consist of n Town Hall and oilioes for the uccointnotluticm of tho Corporation. A portion of tbo present block ol buildings kno«n> as Government offices and formerly UBcd uin a Court House is to be convorted into a Post atfoe, and have a handsome now front built to ttssinilnte it to some (ino recently added portions of the sumo pile. Near it ia proposed to bo oi"ected tho new Museum of tin; Boyul Society, und the memorial to. , Sir John Viuuklin for which tho sum of Ü1000 was. lately voted by Parliament. Wo believe thoro is. some probability of tho Museum being mad...

Publication Title: Mercury, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
TARIFF OF DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 22 October 1860

TAllUT OK »UHUS. Pojablo on the following uitlcles Imponed lut) Tasmania, all inner inoieliuudise being uduiitieil ilutj lue Horn all cuuiitiiei anil under am Hie;. , s d. lliumly, and all other tmh its, coulliils, and 'houp; waiora, iiNcepilicji um, pel k'allun. 12 0 Hum, pel gallon . lo 0 \\ lue», (in wood) pul galion . -' '> Wine», (in bolilu) i (puicd i|ii ii is, pel iliuon . 0 0 Wines, (lu buitln) icpiucd phils, poi ilu/on . I II lulni-cu, pi 1 Iii . J II Ditto, soaUd, foi »lu cn du ililli;, pel Iii ... ... II J Cl.urs, pel IU . H 0 Mimi, nu lb.I U lui, pel lb . 0 II Lullt,', poi iii . li 114 Keimul s11c.11,*, loitt and uushed, and sugar iiiiid^, pel iwi, .... (1 0 * All iitliu hugill sand midiisbcs, per cwt. ... ii 0 Dried li ills, pa lo. 0 1 Mom, per lb. . j Malt, pel b ivliol ." ," ," ] 0 Mu I Illinois, (In »no 1) por gallon. 0 1 Mull Honor», (lu bottle) 1 epato 1 ipiui is, pel doren ... 1 n Matt liquors, (lu bottle) icpnlod pints, poi doren ... 0 H DuiwiiÀukH -'ihe full ...

Publication Title: Mercury, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
BANK RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 22 October 1860

BASIC ÍIGTL'IIKS. lil. runs of tlio Assets omi Liabilities of tho Jlnik of VAN DIEJIES'S Hsu, ou tho 30th of September, 1600 : AbbtTS. Specie . ~ . tifila ¡> « Hills und Gail! Credits .. .- ... aoJ,8Uo li li lluuk Pi einUcs ... ~. ... ~ ... J.iKJt» O ü Ualuuce ut Agencies .. .» 7,811 !l 1 ." £111.011 19 ii £ s.d. Notes in ciiculation ... -. .- ... 88,U10 I) V Deuosllü ... .. 17il,rOI) 0 4 AlibTlucT of Hie Asíais and Liabilities of tlio COMMF.IICIAL Bank, a» taken from Hie Books, on tim COUi of Sept., 1800 :-. ASSHlh. £ s.u. llrltMi Gold and Silver . _ Ki.OGfi 12 1 Uulmiou duo from oilier Hanks ... 1 J.atO III » Hills of Kxehuugo and Cash Credlin 313,1(10 3 V Dank l'roueriy .~ ... S.GS3 U 0 Tolul . fiaums II UAiiainus. ... tiin.aoa 0 I SiAiKUKSr of tlio Assets and Liiihllilios of the UNION DIM; OF ALOIIIAI.IA iii Tasmania, on the aotli uf Sepi., 18w): AHS1.1H. f s. d. Coin mid liullluii . ... 10G.U12 lu 1 llankl'iemises .... H,mi 0 0 llebladuo lu lim llmk "..._... _...- :iuU,rio.l...

Publication Title: Mercury, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
THE MERCURY. MONDAY MORNING, OCT. 22ND, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 22 October 1860

THE MEßCl/JEtlT. MONDAY MOIJNING, OCT. 22ND, 1860. I Tire Colony is on the ovo of aomo important political oluingo 1. It' not exactly «ijoying tliu unwonted luxury of a imniitoriul crinia, wo uro reduced to tho necessity of olI'octin¡r new political co.inbimttionR. Wo bavo to mipply tbo viicuncy about to bo oo oaaionod by the eloyatiou of tbo ATTOBNKY OE^WUL and P»RMiKutotUq judicial bpnoh. Tho withdrawal of Mr. Francis SMITH from política, life.involvoalarger consoquoncoa that usually attend ibo retlro.ucnt of a publio man. In this small ¡omniunity wo happen to possess few leaders. The tvailable elements out of which to construct tiinistries we have thus far found to bo exceedingly iinited. The Government of which Mr. SMITH is Jio chief, has been for some time past a kind of political necessity. He has himself, however, been its tower of strength. Whilst tho other members }f the Cabinet holding office, have presided over tho work of the several departments, the ATTOBNET GENERAL has...

Publication Title: Mercury, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
COMAIERCIAL RECORD. Mercury Office, October 20,1860. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 22 October 1860

COMAIERCIAL RECORD. Mercury Office, October 20,1860. 'llie Custon» Returns Tor the month ending September JOlh, 18G0, BIIOW a lirt,o excess In vuluo ol imports ovei exerts Tim import* amouitiug to £139,230 {Hobart lown 47J ¡M at d Laun cestón 4W,59i) and tho exporta to 4.17,131 (Hobart Iowa 420,560, awl Launceston ¿10,551) lo ivo n balance in f ivor of imports of 4. B2 OJO, the balance the pi (.viona month being also ill favor of lliporla to the iimoliut of £30 027 Comparing the lleturns for ttolast month »uh those for September, löoJ, wo Hud a decreaieiniinpoitsol ¿17,753, anil » deciease in ovports of 440,192-Kulali lown showing nu inoreaso In Imports of the trifling sum 0 485, mid a decrease in exports of 4Je/U J, au 1 Launceston adecicnseiu imports of 417,838, and a dcciuaseiu oiports of 415,150, and 11s corapircd with the l.cturns lur September, 1*8 those foi the last 1 lontli exhibit an Increase iu Imports of 420 762, and a doorcase in ovports of 422 537 Hobart lorn shewing a ...

Publication Title: Mercury, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
GARDEN AND DAIRY PRODUCE. RETAIL PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 22 October 1860

'GARDEN AND DAIRY PRODUCE. BETAU, PBICES. s. u. s. d. Apples, per doz . 1 0 to 3 0 Asparagus, per buudlo . 6 0 to 1 O Bacon, dried, per lb. 12 14 Bacon, green, per lb . IO 12 Butter, fresh, per lb . 16 19 ' potted, per lb . 16 l8 Cabbages, each .... 0 6 16 Carrot», per doz. bunches . 16 19 Cauliflowers, each . 0 4 16 Celer}-, per stick . 0-4 06 Cheese, Colonial, per lb. 16 19 English, best do. 19 2 0 Ducks, couple . 6 0 7 0 Eggs, per doz. 13 16 Fowls, per couple .,. ... 4 6 5 6 Geese, each. 6 0 8 0 Gooseberries, per quart. 0 8 0 0 Jam, per lb. 0 0 10 Lemons, per doz. . 2 0 3 0 Lettuce, per doz. 10 16 Oranges, per doz. 16 2 0 Onions, per lb . 10 0 0 Parsley, per bunch. 0 1 0 0 Pine Apples, each . 2 0 2 6 Peas, per peck . 16 0 0 Parsnips, pe|j lb. 0 1.} 0 2 Potatoes, per 6 lb . 10 0 0 Potatoes, new, per lb,. 0 0 0 3 Radishes, per bunch . 0 1 0 0 Rhubarb, per bundle, . 0 6 10 Spinach, per dish . 0 6 10 Turkies, each . 8 0 10 0 Turnips, per bunch. 0 3 0 4 BUTCHER'S MEAT. Beef, per lb. 0...

Publication Title: Mercury, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
THE WEATHER AND THE CROPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 22 October 1860

THE WEATHER AND THE CROPS. That period of the season has now arrived when the cultivatoi eau look around him, aud calculate with some degree of confidence, 01 at all events with probability, on the íesult of Ins anxious labors Tho stonns and fiosts of wmtoi lmve passed away, tho equinoctial gales aie lulled, aud genial weathei may now bo looked foi, most favorable to tbo pros- pects of tho giowpi And, iii st, of tho weathei. By a refeioneo to tho Meternological Tables pub lished m oui Summary, it will bo seen that but comparatively a small portion of ram had fallen foi seveial months, and that tho tompoi aturo dm - mg cei tain portions of the wmtei was unusually mild This condition, howevoi, applied chiefly to Hobart Town and the southern ports of the island, wlnlo in vanous parts of tho north frost and snow pi evaded to a consideiablo extent In tho Huon district, too, moie lain fell than in othei parts of the colony, and tluoughout tho countiy generally at no period of the year had...

Publication Title: Mercury, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
PUBLIC SECURITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 22 October 1860

PUBLIC SECUIUTIES. THE Stock and Slmro market lias boen very quiet throughout tho month. A few shares in the uunk of Van Diemen's Land changed hands at Ü77, and Tasmanian Steam Navigation Company's and Hobart Town Gas Company's shares have been disposed of, tho former at £0 3s., and the latter at JBl'J 5s. TASUIN-US" S rnrn AND Slum: LIST, conectad to Monday 22nd Octobor, 18C0. Hank of Vim Dlenieu's Land Commercial Hani:. Bunk ol' Australasia. Union llauk uf Australia. rusiirniici; ComjimtîiM. Tasmanian Fire and Lift linmrmica ... Holuvt & IjimicctoM MuriuvA^suvanc« Derwent ib Jamar Kim, Life, .1- Marine Cornwall Ure and Muline lusuranco Piihtití ComimnUn, Tasmanian Steam Xatigaiiou Company li.ib.iit Town Gas Cumiuny ..,...*, ." percnI ?"? I io

Publication Title: Mercury, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
FORTY YEARS IN TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 22 October 1860

FORTY YEARS IN TASMANIA. UNDER this title a little book has been published, under tho sanction of the Colonial Government, by Mr. Hugh M. Hull, F. R. S. Tasmania, and Clerk Assistant of tho Houso of Assembly. It is designed to convoy to English readers reliable information respecting the resources of the Colony, and especially the opening it offers to intending emigrants, whether of the working or of the small capitalist class. Tho book is published in London by Messrs Orgor & Meryon, Fenchurch-street. It containsamapof tho Colony and seve-ral sketches illustrativo of scenery and street scenes, from tho latter of which a very fair idea can be gleaned of the external aspects of city life in Tasmania. The great value of this little publication, however, con- sists in the thoroughly authentic information it affords of the capabilities of the colony as a field of settlement. Mr. Hull is a gentleman whose long and varied experience has given him the power of speaking with full in...

Publication Title: Mercury, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
RATES OF INTEREST AND EXCHANGE OF THE ROBART TOWN BANKS. RATES OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 22 October 1860

RITUS OP I.STi:UK8T. du .n bills not exceeding 9% da\3 Do di nut n\cop lill), 127 ' On billa 6<cceedinn 1 >u d10 Overdrawn accounts fast due bill» . On cusu credit accounts 0 and lo J und lo 8 mid 0 Where urn» 11 on Toulon nt Go dnjasiflit Lonlonal IO ita) j «¡«lit, New bunill gilles nt fclt,ht \lctnlU di du South Vnstialin du do New /c iluud ni »lc,llt New f limul M U ili)â8l|;llt 1 uuiicutoii ut sljit M dis uir kdls pir 2 .Iii

Publication Title: Mercury, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
THE UNOCCUPIED LANDS OF TASMANIA. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MERCURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 22 October 1860

I THE UNOCCUPIED LANDS OF TASMANIA. TO THE EDITOR OP THE MERCURY. Sut,-I have beon directed by the Honorablotho Colonial Trcasuror to proparo and submit for pub- lication, in tho next Summary of tlte Mercury, an abstract of tho WASTE LANUS ACT of Tasmania, which is herewith. In condonsiug it, I liuvo thought it best to omit all clauses th.it convey only intelligence of little moment to the reader; such, for example, as tboso that relato to tho establishment of public reserves; to npnointincuts under tho Aot ¡ to leases (which it will bo neon arc not likely to concern English readers nindi); tho modo of recovery of land in caso of dofault in paymont, &o., &¿, ; but nothing.I beg to assure you, has been rejected that is likely to be useful to those who are interested in tho sotUement of the Waste Lands of Tasmania. It has, howovor, occurred to mo that tho abstract in question will bo moro aseoptablo to your English readers if it bo accompanied by sonio account of its o...

Publication Title: Mercury, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 22 October 1860

GENERAL NEWS. ...Mr. Haines has arrived iu tho Lincolnshire, which also brought COO Lancaster Rifles. I Professor Noumaj-er has returned from the Dar- ling whero bo left Burke and the exploring party all well and in capital train. Mr. O'shanassy has selected a run betwooiiLach lttu and Darling. Tho Italian system of irrigation has been suc- cessfully introduced on Mr. Ricardo'« Farm at Heidelberg. The electric telegraph is now open to Kiandra. Parliament has boen furthor prorogued to tho 20th Novouibei", then to moot for dispatch of busi- ness. A largo-protection meeting was held at Hockins' Room, and resolutions passodBtrongly iu favor of protection whieh appears gaining ground. New gold fields havo been discovered 14 miles to tho west of Ararat, a large rush has already set iu Stewart found Potatoes growing in the centre of Australia, and some of his men havo admitted ta their friends that the country is well adapted for settlement. Pyke has bean re-elected for Castlemaine and Mit...

Publication Title: Mercury, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
LATEST NEWS. [PER ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] George Town, October 20th, [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 22 October 1860

LATEST NEWS. [PER ELECTRIC TELEORArn.] Georco Town, October 20th, The Block Swan has just past through tho Heads and lauded the following message for the , Mercury: MELBOURNE. Friday. THE NEW ZEALAND WAR. At Sydney, yestordaj-, the " Lord Wolsoy," from Now Zealand, brought Taranaki news to October 12th. Thonowsisinloresting.butuniuiportautinresult. Three pahs had boen takon without losses, and General Pratt had gone into tho interior with 10 days provision. Tho' Waikatos, 1,000 strong, woro marching to ICingi's assistanco and had sent mo3songer3 to tho tribes south of Now Plymouth, Bongatirua, and Taranaki, to meet thom at Waitara. The advanced guard would bo up iu a week. FURTHER PARTICULARS. Looking iUrther over tho Now Zealand papers just to hand, I find evidences of inuoli greater vigour in tho Military operations. At tho engage- ment mentioned abovo duriug tho attack on tho Maories at Fort ' Stuarge it is said that considerable execution was done by tho Artillery on the Maories...

Publication Title: Mercury, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
MR. JUSTICE HORNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 22 October 1860

MR. JUSTICE HORNE. IK our last Summary wo gav<j a narrative of cir- cumstances connected with tbo case of Mr. Thomas Horne, Puisne Judge of the Supremo Court of Tasmania, which had led to the adoption of a resolution by tho House of Assembly "deeply deploring the reproach cast upon tho Supremo Court of this Colony in the person of one of its Judges, by the judgment recently delivered by a Judge of the Supreme Court of Victoria in the case of Horne v. Gilles;" declaring it to be " essential to the due administration of justice that the Supreme Court should be freed from such reproach," and whilst pronouncing it " premature" for Parliament to " toke any steps in consequence of that judgment until time lias been allowed for an appeal to be made from that judgment" affirming it to be " the imperative duty of the Executive to I call Parliament together for the purpose of taking j such action as may bo deemed necessary, in tbo event of the judgment of Horne v. Gilles being conf...

Publication Title: Mercury, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 22 October 1860

Steam to Melbourne. Return Tickets. Return Tickets. THE T. S. N. Company's -ir-vx-^ Steamship ?ü^% " CITY OF HOBAßT," IHi^ Alfied Darby, Commander, SUS» uîll leave for MELBOURNE, on WEDNESDAY, 31st October, at three o'clock p.m. FAEES. £ B. d. . . Return Tickets, available for >' two months or fourvoyages... 32 10 0 Single Passage, Saloon. 7 0 0 t Single Passage, Steerage. 3 10 0 Children under 12 years of ago in pro- portion. BENJ. M. CUNNINGHAM, Manager, T.S.N. Co. Franklin Wharf, . October 4th, I860. \ Direct and Nearest Boute to the Snowy River Gold Fields. Steam to Sydney, via Twofold Bay. THE T.S.N.Co's Steam skip "TASMANIA," J. Clinch, commander, will leave for the above ports on or about THURSDAY, October the 25th, at 12 o'clock noon, FAKES TO TWOFOLD BAT, Tbe nearest Port to the Diggings. Saloon . £7 7 0 ' Steerage. 3 10 0 Children under 12 years of age in proportion. BENJ. M. CUNNINGHAM, Manager T. S. N. Co. Franklin Wharf, October 9th, 18G0. For Launceston. > THE fa...

Publication Title: Mercury, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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S H I P P I N G. FORT OF HOBART TOWN. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 22 October 1860

'.S HIPPING. FORT OP HOBART TOWN. ARRIVED. October 20.-Cosmopolite, brig, 145 tons, LCWÍB, from Otago, Now Zealand, the lut instant, in ballast. Agents, Boys & Hall. Passengers cabin Mr. Hurst, Mr. Stone. October 21.-Tasmania, T.S.N. Co's screw Steamer, 285 tons, Clinch, from Sydney the 17th instant, via Twofold Bay, with sundries. Pusseu gers-Cabin-From Sydney-Misa Maule, Mr. Alfred S. Moses, Miss Walker. Stcerago-Mr. ami Mrs. Morgan, and Misses E. and A. Morgan, Mr. Thomas Douahoo, Mr. Michael McLoughliu, Miss Ellis, Mr. aud Aire. Byrne.Mr. David Miller, Mr. D. Evans. Cabin passengers for Twofold Bay-Mrs. and Miss Dixon, Mustera Craig und Thorns» Dixon, J£r. C. Aslienoiue, Mrs. Layton and six children. ¡Steerage from Syduoy to Twofold Bay, 15. Steer- age from Twofold Bay to Hobart Town. Jumes White, H. Styless, Robert Ediker, Jumes Cullins, John Aiidrows, Charles Walker, Jumes Skye, James McGowan, James Huglan, John English, David Johnston, Henry Smith, Christopher Ger ?la...

Publication Title: Mercury, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 22 October 1860

COMMERCIAL. Markets have not varied during this,week, and the turn is not in favor of sellers. Holders are sanguine of improved prospects next week. MELBOURNE SHIPPING. ARRIVED. October 15.-Goldseeker, Mariposa. October 16.--North Star. PASSENGERS PER BLACK SWAN.-Cabin : Mr. and Mrs. Jones, Messrs. Cox, Peters, Lipscombe, Lem- priere, Boland, Tolmie, Fletcher, Freestone, and 20 steerage.

Publication Title: Mercury, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 22 October 1860

WE aro requested by Messrs. Bront and West- brook to draw attention to their salo THIS DAY, '? at the Mart, among other goods) of 23 Pockets very choice Mid Kent Hops, 1859, per " Isles of | the South. '-(ADVT.) WE have been requested to direct particular attention to tho Entire Household Furniture and | Stock-in-Trado, and other Effects of Mrs. Lang, who is about to proceed to England, which will bo I sold by Public Auction, by Messrs. W. A. Guesdon j & Co., on the promises, " Tasmanian Steam Na- vigation Hotel," Elizabeth-streot, THIS DAY, Monday 22nd hist., commencing at 11 o'clock. Full particulars w11 bo found in a Catalogue ob- tainable at the Mart.-(ADVT.) WANTED a STEONG GIRL about 15 years of age to nurse a baby through the day. Apply at No. 4>, Liverpool-stroot. t o TYTANTED-A Beapeetablo Woman as VV General Servant, one who knows he; place and duty. Apply, after 12 o'clock, to Mrs. KOBERTä, 36 Argyle-Btreot. "1*7" ANTED-A competent Grocer's Assistant, ** one ac...

Publication Title: Mercury, The
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THE MONTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 22 October 1860

THE MONTH. ABOUT tho middle of best month apnldic mooting was hold at Sorell to "adapt a petition to tho Governor to declaro Sorell n, Miuiioipnlify." Tlio meeting was addressed by sovoml speakers, and its subject was discussed at coimiderablo length. Mr. W. A. Glover moved tho adoption of tho petition, and Mr. Hazell moved an amendment to tho effect that tho times wcro too dopressed for a Municipality, nnd that the district was not suf- ficiently populous. No formal decision was arrived' at on either tho motion or tho amendment, but it was supposed that tho majority woro in favor of thoo Municipality. AN Ace of Birliamont has passed for cavryhflp out whnt has bcon so long and so greatly roquir,«j, tho Sorell Causoway, tho benefits from which, will bo oxtensive; Mr. Frederick Thomas is tho engineer and nrohitcct. Great credit is duo to tho Couuuitteu for tho exertions thoyhavo mado toestabbsh. thin very useful work. . CRIMINAL SITTINOB.-Tho Chief Justice has boon on circuit to Oatln...

Publication Title: Mercury, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 22 October 1860

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.   BIRTHS. ALLISON -September 28 at Beverley, Macquarie River Mrs. Arthur Allison, of a daughter, still born. BATT -October 7, at Marldon Farm, Longford, the wife of Mr. W. Batt, of a daughter. BRENT -September 29, at Roseneath, Mrs. John Brent, of a daughter BUTCHER -October 6, at Richmond, Mrs. E. W. Butcher, of a son. GILES -October 7, at French-street Launceston, Mrs Henry Bristo Giles, of a son. GRIFFITHS -September 24, at Patterson-street, Laun- ceston, Mrs. Henry Griffiths, of a son. HARCOURT -September 27, at 41 Elizabeth-street, Hobart Town, Mrs. James Harcourt, of a daughter. HARVEY -October 5, at Frankland-street, Launceston,   Mrs. Bruce R. Harvey, of a son.     HULL -October 10, at 93 Davey street, Hobart Town, Mrs. Hugh M. Hull, of a daughter. LEVY -October 9, at Bathurst-street, Hobart Town, Mrs.   Philip Levy, of a son. MATHIESON -October 9 at George-street, Launceston, the...

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