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STEAM IN THE EAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 11 July 1860

STEAM IN THE EAST. That tho Euipc 01 of the 1 euch sees as fm into the futuio as John Bullit 01 Eieh u 1 Cobden v. a cannotwclldoubt mdtl ithoispeifecU,, nu îeufthe ad\antares accruing to peaee ne einnot gainsaj Wo finnlj belie\ e that ho is thoiouglilj inipiessed with tho ide i that i eomin^i en 1 bond with Gieat Butain 1j i stepping »tone to intuit eonnueieial prosjiei ltj foi lus counti \ md "a t mess to h nif-elf andv,o also behn\e that Ii" \ di Iea\e no stone unturned to lill, up Iiuich tnttiiu e md cx\ ltnl intp i magnificent he'd u id e\entiiilh "hould ho be spiued lei d the nation 01 wh eli he w the ohio! vfioiu a lo\o oí bauen lot> te til it fo tommticial Hibeitj We uno hi e begun to m ii o some vno gross in fi ee ti ule ^ lev. Ins eflor^f, li oin v ^ autnge gioiind and uni « oui iblj Me« them-aseubing his tiiuupeil school hoi lil e efloits to a piohibi ti\ 0 ' 01 Pi oteetionist bl i<=-ne\ li ullo \ mg foi the fict that the gi eut nUei 13 but eoiiimeiieing a g...

Publication Title: Mercury, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. FRANCE AND ITALY. Paris. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 11 July 1860

LATEèT INTELLIGENCE. FRANCE AND ITALY. Paris. Thursday. The Patrie asserts that the departure of the French squadron for Naples has been provision- ally suspended. The Opinion Nationale an liounces.on the contrary, that Admiral Jehenne has left for Naples with four steamers, which vessels have been sent on tho demand of Baron Brenier, who apparently foreseesthe approach of a revolution. TliP ¿Opinion Nationale also contains the following : It is rumoured that Messina is in the bauds of the insurgents. It is said that a treaty of alliance, offensive and defensive, has been con- cluded between Naples, Rome, Austria, and all the deposed Italian Sovereigns. The Patrie repeats with reserve the rumour that 5,000 men had embarked at Genoa and disembarked in the Gulf of San Stefano, near Ortebello, a town in Tuscany, on the frontier of the Roman States. It is lumoured that a Provisional Govern- ment has been established at Marsala. Marseilles, May 17. The departure of the steamer for the co...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. HOBART TOWN MARKETS. Mercura Office, Tuesday Afternoon, [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 11 July 1860

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. HOBART TOWN MARKETS. Mercura Office, Tuesday Afternoon, Very little was doing in the wheat ínurkct to- day, the demand being quite inactive. Prices have not experienced any change, 9s. being the figure for good samples. Oats and barley are very dull, little or no dis- position being evinced to purchase, Hay remains as previously quoted, loose and country pressed going oil' slowly lit ßß to ,£7 per ton according to quality Potatoes meet with no enquiry and are still quoted at .£(5 to £0 10s. per ton. There is about the usual local demand for flour, and prices ure steady at £22 per ton for first qualities. Bran Is. Gd. to Is. Dd. per bushel.

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SHIP MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 11 July 1860

SHIP MAILS. tiLkiiA will close at the General Po t Office, Hobart To *n as undci i lor Adelaide .-nd fcjdn03 mi Melbourne per first veofcel this ua\ 11 _ p ra lor M». bou ne p r Gitj oi Hoot4, ditto ditto For London \ ia ïtie 1 id liar e Iks per li \T 8 Ottawa lu Molo ume on Saturna} the ii''" instant -it i p ni ï or Loudon via Sue/ ~rtd So iib uni ton di 0 ditto, aitlo For Mc litt 1 ran n lort m 1 °ucr d tto ditto «lit te lor Inuia Clun I milla 1 ita oa ic mi Pojit do dalle ditto ditto ditto i or Cape or Good Hop 111Y mu ms ditto ditto ditto Tor Siuuiit us «id Peumoii Ma \d 11 <li f :> ditto ditto Tor Swan Iîi\ci Ma Melbo 1 10 litto n o ditto P'-IjiroiiTANT 'NoTicr-The Friueli I in=it líate on Ï Itere and ~\ v. < t] Ur> f 1 i u., 11 1 to 1 e ionvaidod mu "NI 11 He 1 til I>nt sh J < U-,e on L«tteis and "Ne« ripe 1 <bi But li L0I01 le anl I oieiffu Parts ti 11 mt ed \u io Lint«! Kingdom mufet be pi ep 11 a 1 \ me. i« o Iiiiuumin Po...

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[PER ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 11 July 1860

[l'IÏIt ELECTRIC TELKGKAJ'ir.] -» AHKIVXD. AKUIVXD. .July 10 -Black Swan, steamer, from Melbourne. »A II, ED. 3n3y 10.-Adeona, schooner, for Melbourne.

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SWANSEA. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 11 July 1860

S W A î{ § ig As Qn Wednesday 4th instant, at a distance of about tss'O miles from Swansea, a man svas discovered lying a little off the road, and on a, nearer approaoh ho svas found to be dead. Notice of tho affhir svas sent to head-quarters, and the Coroner accompanied by a respectable jury hastened to the spot to viesv the body, ss-hich shesved unmistakeablo symptoms of having died from the effects of an extensivo shot svouud, the brains boing^scattered about, and the corpse presenting a very frightful appearance. The inquest svas adjourned tq thq follossmgday "(Thurs- day) in order ihat à post mortem examination lijight bo made by the'medical gentleman, and lus testimony hàving.been receis'ed, a verdict svas re- turned to the effect that the deceased, oanie to his death by q, gipiishot yyouuil hifliçted by'lmiiself while hi a state of temporary insanity. His name svas Gharlos Miller," aged 35 years unfl a nativo of the colony. His friends svho ibrmoi'ly resided at Longford ara s...

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COUNTRY DISTRICTS. BOTHWELL. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.] [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 11 July 1860

COUNTRY DISTRICTS. o BOTHWELL. [from oüb correspondents.! A melancholy and fatal occident occurred at Blah- on the morniug of the 4 th Julj- instant, to Master Froncis Nicholas, aged 10 years, second sou of George Nicholas'Esq. of the Naut. It appears that the j'oung gentleman whilst in the act of leaping his horse over a fence lost his balance and fell to the ground ; and it ia supposed that the horse in passing accidentally struck lum with one of his feet on the left side of the head, there being a bruise or swelling on that part, but no laceration of the scalp or indentation in the head apparent, which hi all probability would have been the ouse had the kick beon a malicious one. Be this as it niaj-, when William Nicholas, brother of tho decca&ed, who had been riding in his conipanj% reached him, he found him in a state of I insensibility, from which he never recovered. | Assistance being procured, the unfortunate youth was convej-ed as tenderly ¡us possible to his parent...

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INTRODUCTION OF SALMON. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 11 July 1860

INTRODUCTION OF SALMON. Mit. Biaçiç, the gentleman to whose charge the Salmon Qva forwarded in the S Curling were entrusted, has been and is now on a visit to this Colony. Mr. Plaok has inspected the River Derwent and the whole of its tributaries as far aa the River Ouse.and has pronounced thom to be of the finest capabilities for purposes of propagating salmon. This is highly satisfactory. Mr. Black states that were the Ova once successfully iutro» duped. Ja five years we should realize an enormous revenue from thom. It ia to be hoped that Parliament during the ensuing Session wil' do away with the reproach already resting upon us in connexion with this matter by placing the funds necessary for another experiment at the disposal of Mr. Youl and those friends of Tasmania in England Viho have been so indefatigable in their endeavors to introduce the Salmon Ova into our rivers, but who have been I hitherto so ill-rewarded for their trouble and anxiety.

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ARTHUR GARDINER ESQUIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 11 July 1860

ARTHUR GARDINER ESQUIRE. We regret to announce that this gentleman, who was a passenger on board the Lincolnshire, from Melbourne for London, was most unfor- tunately swept overboard on the passage home and was drowned. 'We havo not heard the particulars of this lamentable event ; but it is stated tbaj; whjjst several of the passengers were on the poop after dinner a heavy sea swept over the vessel taking Mr. Gardiner, who had sought refuge to leeward, along with it. The unhappy gentleman was seen swim« ming after the accident but no assistance could be rendered to jiini.

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THE OUTWARD MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 11 July 1860

THE OUTWARD MAIL. The Government are in receipt of their des- patches relative to the alterations in the postal arrangements between England and the Colo uies. The Outward Mail will close at Mel- bourne on the 26th instant. Arrangements have been made with the Launceston. Steam Navigation Company for one of their vessels to leave Launceston with the mails on Monday the 23rd, so that the mail will cjose on this side of the Island on Saturday the 21st.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 11 July 1860

MARRIAGES. At Ballaarat, on the 29th June, by the Rev. Thos. Raston, Wesleyan Minister, ARTHUR HAMES, of Hobart Town, to AMELIA CATHERINE MAJOR,   daughter of the late Henry Major of London. ____________________________________________________________ On Thursday, 5th instant, at his residence, Quinton Lodge, Swansea, Mr. Kevin QUIN, aged 59 years. At Mount Vernon, on the 7th instant, after a few days illness, SOPHIA, wife of William Seccombe, Senior Colonial Surgeon, and second daughter of A. F. Kemp Esq. On the 21st February, at his residence, Whitton, England, MR. WILLIAM MARTRIN, late Bandmaster, 99th Regiment. 11j

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LATEST DATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 11 July 1860

LATEST DATAS. England.".., Slay 10 Ahekica:- ' ' : New York . .'..i April 3 San Francisco . Mar. 5 Valparaiso ..' ... ... ... Mar. 1 Cape of Good Hope . April SO Mauritius . April 28 Ceylon . June 11 Clima . May 23 Madras . June 8 Bombay. June 8 Calcutta. June 3 Singapore ..... May 2 Batasáa,. May 1 Australia:; Colontds : Sydney. Juno DO Adelaide. July 1 Melbourne . July 5 Brisbane. June 2G Perth . May 10 IsTiisv Zealand: Auckland . Juno 8 Wellington . Juno 1 Nelson . June 5 Otago . May 5 Taianaki . June 1

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THE MERCURY, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 11, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 11 July 1860

THE MERCURY. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 11, 1860. We are glad to perceive that the Timber re- sources of Tasmania, at length constitute a topic of the English papers. " Who wants " Timber ?' asks the Manchester Guardian, quoting as a very apt reply to that most per- tinent question a leading article from our own columns, in which we endeavored to do humble service to Tasmania, by bringing under the notice of the world the inexhaustible supply of hardwood which constitutes so magnificent an element of colonial wealth. Now that attention is thus prominently called to the Timber of this island, not only by the leading journal of the great manufacturing districts of England, but by the Home press very generally, by which our remarks are quoted, we may anticipate that some demand will arise for a material so invaluable to the engineer charged with the construction of extensive publie works. Our own efforts to open a market for the native woods of Tasmania, will be happily seconded by the ar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 11 July 1860

, ThíB Day. Wednesday, lita July. BRIDGEWATER SALE. ^ BY BRENT & WESTBROOK At the Bridgewater Hotel, On WEDNESDAY, 11th July, At 12 o'clock, 4 r\S\ PRIME FAT WETHERS Jb\J \J 100 Do do ewes 300 Store sheep 200 Ewe* forward in lamb 2 Prime fat stall fed buuoekB 25 Fat porkers AND The usual lot of working bullocks, milch cows, horses, carts, «fee. Terms as usual._ Important to Tobacconists, Country Storekeepers and Others. E.J. EDWARDS'S STOCK - IN - TRADE. BRENT & WESTBROOK Have received instructions from tho Trustees to the Estate of Mr R. J. Edwards, To sell by public auction, on the premises, Liverpool-street, On THURSDAY the 12th instant, at 11 o'clock, fTlHE whole of the STOCK IN TRADE JL -comprising Superior Tobacco, assorted, in and out of bond Prime No. 2 Manilla Cigars ,, No. 3, " _ Havannah ditto real Choice Snuffs, assorted I.N.E. SaloMi and other Matches, a large as- sortment Wax Vesta« and Vesuviana 400 boxes Pipes, all sorts Handsome silver mounted meersc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 11 July 1860

ON SALE, by the Undersigned. TWENTY-EIGHT BALES Strong full sized GUNNY BAGS, 7s. 3d. per Dozen. HEAVY WOOLPACKS, 4s. each. 80,000 feet Tont»ued &, Grooved Pine FLOOR- ING BOARDS, 100 Cases PIPES, 10 Gross each, 12s. Gd. per Case. 50 Cases White Wine VINEGAR, one Dozen each, 9s. per Case. Alexandre's HARMONIUMS at reduced prices. Splendid PIANOFORTE, GJ octaves, £30. 100 Cases Cane Seated AMERICAN CHAI RS 1 Dozen each, 52s. per Case. Cases Wood Seated Do CHAIRS, 48s per Dozen Cane Seated Folding CHAIRS, 2s. Gd and 3s. each. Thirty Cases Cane Seated and Back ROCKING CHAIRS BAGATELLE BOARDS Complete, 50s each. Cases of TUMBLERS, -Is. and 4s. Gd.per Dozen Cases of WINE GLASSES, Cut, 3s. Gd. per Dozen. Largo KITCHEN RANGE, OVEN, and BOILER, 00s. American CLOCKS in great variety, from 12s each. Hair Soated ROCKING CHAIRS, Case of CHARTS, Cheap, ROO.M PAPER, Od. each. GOLOSHES, 30s. per Dozen. RATION TEA, Black, £3 per Half Chest. _ TIN BLACKING, Is. Gd, por Dozen. Coleman's BLUE,...

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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. FRANCE. Paris, Wednesday, May 16, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 11 July 1860

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. FRANCE. Paris, Wednesday, May 10, G p.m. The despatches received to-day from* Italy have created a sort of bewilderment at the Bourse , which is almost a panic. |No one knows what to believe, or whom to believe. The little confidence placed in official despatches is not remedied bv the conflicting accounts that circulate out of doors. "We gather.ho wever, without vouching for the certainty, that Gari» baldi, or Garibaldi's followers, are triumphant an Sicily, except at the two points of Messina and Palermo, in one of which ave 12,000 Npu- . politan troops ; in the other, 15,000. Others affirm th»t Garibaldi is not in Sicily, but in Umbría, and that it is his name alone which has ?done wonders in the island, while ho in person äs revolutionizing the terrafirma The Frencli Minister at Naples is said to Biave asked for four ships of war to protect his countrymen, and it is here feared, or hoped, as tfie case may be, that by this time the Kins» of Naples is in a ve...

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POLICE COURT. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 11 July 1860

POLICE COURT. TUESDAY. Before Mr. Tarleton, Police Magistrate. One person charged with drunkenness was fined 10s. DISCHARGED. Agnes White brought up on suspicion of stealing a door mat, the property of some person unknown, was discharged from custody, for want of evidence. BEFORE Mr. Tarleton and Captain Bateman. FALSE PRETENCES. Charles Mance and Joseph Armitage, bailiffs, surrendered to their bail, on the charge of having obtained on the 23rd June, £2 4s. 6d. from Phillip Davis, New Town, laborer, with intent to defraud. Mr. Lees for the prosecution and Mr. Graves for the defence. Prisoners pleaded not guilty. Mr. Lees said the case now before the Bench was one in which the prosecutor had been placed in a most disastrous position in consequence of the acts of the prisoners. The prosecutor who was a labor- ing man at New Town, was the plaintiff in an action, Davis v. Smart, which was tried at the last Civil Sitting of the Supreme Court, in which a verdict went for the defendant, an...

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ENGLISH COMMERCIAL. (FROM F, W. COSESS' MONTHLY CIRCULAR.) May llth, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 11 July 1860

ENGLISH COMMERCIAL. (from r, w. cosess' monthly circular.) May lltli, 18G0. Since the departure ol'the April mail, business in the Wine and Spirit trade has been extremely dull, although the clearances for home consumption at the reduced duties continue large. Brandy is for the moment neglected, and sales are with difficulty elfeoted at full quotations-this, probably, will not last in the face of the increased duly payments, which in London alone were for April, 18G0. 72.G17 Gallons _ against .April, 1859. 49,070 " Increase. 22,917 Gallons. The advices to hand from Australia have had a tendency to flatten the market for new Brandies. MartelJ's present price for 1859 is 240 francs or 10s. 8ct free on board export sliip. For Wines the demand has somewhat moderated, although the clearances from bond conjiniio on a large seale, especially of Sherry. For the month of April, 18G0. 180,043 Gallons " " 1S59. 145,770 " So longas tJieconsumptionofWmereiuains as largo as at present, dealers wi...

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CAMPBELL TOWN. POLICE OFFICE—MONDAY, 9TH JULY, 1860. (Before Thomas Mason, Esq, P.M.) THE LATE ROBBERY UNDER ARMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 11 July 1860

CAMPBELL TOWN Police Office -Monday, 9th July, 1860 (Before Thomas Mason, Esq, P.M.) THE LATE ROBBERY UNDER ARMS. John McKay, Frederick Eley, John Smith, and Edward Mooney, were charged with having at the Forest Hotel on the 1st July instant feloniously robbed John Radford of a piece of silk, a quantity of wearing apparel, some bracelets, and various other articles, they being armed with a double barrelled gun, two single-barrelled guns, and a pistol. The first witness called, was John Babie, who proved that the three prisoners John McKay, John Smith, and Edward Mooney, together with himself resided in a hut close, to the prisoner Frederick Eley's dwelling, and were in his service. On Sunday the 1st instant at dawn of day, the three men got up, dressed, and went away. About 12 o'clock he went to Eley's house who was not at home. The next witness Frederick Lawson deposed that he was a painter in the employ of Mr. John Radford of the Forest Hotel. On Sunday the 1st. instant he went ab...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 11 July 1860

For Jacob's River, and Lyttleton, New Zealand. THE fine A 1 dipper brig R ELI A N CE, James Smith, Commander, : Will sail for the abovo port on. FRIDAY, 13th inst, having the principal part of her cargo already engaged. Has room for a few more horses. For freight or passage apply to FEED. A. DOWNING, Davey-Btreet. 29th June, I860. Direct and Nearest Route to the Snowy River Gold Fields. Steam to Sydney, via Twofold Bay. -a. THE T.S.N.Co's Steam g$% ship "TASMANIA," J. £S§>vv-£u, Clinch, commander, will jM¿tF Jen-vo for SYDNEY via *sst» TWOFOLD BAY, on or about FRIDAY, 20th July, at noon. Fakes to Twofold Baï, The nearest Port to the Diggings. Saloou . £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,' July 10th, 1860. NOTICE. ALL PERSONS found hunting, shooting, cutting timber or otherwise trespassing on the grounds of Okehampton, Spring Bay will be prosecuted. J. AUBIN. 61U July, 1860. 13 j WANTED-...

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