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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF HOBART TOWN. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 11 July 1860

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. POUT OK HOBART TOWX. ARKIVJ'.D. .Tuly 10.-Finella, ship, 4 ÍH tons, W. Murray from the Downs March 27, and Portland April 7. Passenger«,-Mr*. Murray and farnilv. Agents W. Crosby and Co. July 10-Picard, Hchooner, 171 tons, Griggs, from Melbourne, 4th ¡restant. Agents-Boys mid Hall. July 10.-llarricttc Nathan, barque, 114 tous, | Lloyd, from Melbourne, 7th instant, with cattle and beef. Passenger-cabin: Miss Llovd. AgenU A A. Butler. July 10.-Macquarie, bchoouer, 12fi tons, Graves, from Port Albeit, (ith instant, with cattle and sundries. l'assungers-cabin; Mr. Pike, Mrs. Crisp and two children, Misb Parkinson. Agents Guesdon i~ Co. coAsrans inwards. July 10.-Rebecca, Huon, potatoes and timber. ENTKIIKD OUT. July 10.-Emma Prescott, brig,14S toiis.Stauton, for Melbourne. July 10.-City of Hobart, T.S.N. Co.'b screw steamer, G38 tons, A. Darby, for Melbourne. Pas Bengera-cabin :-Mr. Cecil Henslowe, Mr. Clark, .Mr. G. Stevenson, Mi-. It. "Walker, Mr. W. H. Collins,...

Publication Title: Mercury, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
THE AUSTRALIAN CHAMPION STAKES OF 1861. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 11 July 1860

THE ATJSTUALIAtf ClfAMPIOiV STAKES OP is>tii. A meeting of persons interested in the successful carrying out of tho Third Grund Australian Champion Haca svas held at the Union Club Hotel yesterday eveniug to make the necessary arrange- ments. Thero ss-oro present Messrs. J. L. Tabart, Dr. Turnley, J. Davies, Morton, Hornby, Peal-, G. Bi'osvu, Cooley, Smith, C. AY. Hall, Wilkes, G. Taylor, Simpson, Bundall, &o. On ¿he motion of Dr. Turnley, seconded by Mr. Hprnby, Mr. Tabart took the chair. Tho'CiiAiBMAN having briefly referred to the objecta of the mooting, and expressed his anxiety to promote the sucuoss of the project, read a letter from Mr. John Lord stating that ho svas prevented attending by illness, but syould do id) in his posver lo forward the matter, and informing the meeting that Mr. G. Kemp, and Mr. Lord, York Plains, wore also prevented attending the meeting, the latter by an accident, and the Chairman also read a communication from Mr. Field, stating that ho ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NOTICE TO COHRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 11 July 1860

NOTICE TO COHRESI'OyvVNTij. "John Hull" and "Twelve Pence" received. The communication of theformeris under considcraiion; that of the latter will appear to-monow.

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REFUSAL OF A NATURALIST TO THE CHINA EXPEDITION, [FRIEND OF INDIA.] [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 11 July 1860

REFUSAL OF A NATURALIST TO THE CHINA EXPEDITION. [FRIEND OF INDIA.] Just as we become aware that the Governor General has refused to pay a Naturalist to accom- pany the Chinese expedition we observe that Cap-   tain Speeke has been allowed by the Home Govern-     ment for India £2,500 to enable him to seek out the   source of the Nile. The Governor-General has given him two years' leave of absence on Indian pay and           allowances and assigned him a colleague on similar     terms in the person of Captain Grant. The expedi-       tion will thus in absolute outlay cost the State some half lakh of Rupees. that just closed in the same   region in which Captain Speeke was engaged along   with Captain Burton having cost a similar sum.   We do not grudge it, though it...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 12 July 1860

[Advertisement.] QCTCEN'S OltPHAN SCHOOLS, TO THE EDITOR OF THE IIEROURV. SIR.-The system adopted by the Board of Management of tho Queon's Orphan Schools in excluding the gentlemen of the Press from their deliberations has ono great advantage ; Hint is, that the public aro very ill informed as to tho manner in which theso Establishments aro conducted. I myself have heard it slated on what 1 conceive to hu reli- able authority, that things went on moro satisfactorily undor tho old regimo than they do at present. My chief object now is to iunbo_ tho follow- ing enquiry :-ta it allowable for single gontle mrn to lodgo on the female sido of tho Queen's Orphan Schools ? I ask tho question, as to my knowledge a smglo gentleman has been lodging tltero for tho last five weeks. According to tho old rules of the establish- ment no such regulation was allowed, and the former matron had to pay for lodgings for her son, which sho bud to procuro elsewhere. Yours, ifcc, JUSTITIA. Hobart Town, .li...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. HOBART TOWN MARKETS. Mercury Office, Wednesday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 12 July 1860

COMMERCIAL ESTÜLLIGENOE. HOBAKT TOWN il YRKETS JTi-. cviij 0 nee, We tuesday Afíe> noon. Tilt ad vice to li nid nom M lbomne this morn îuglino no4- pioilucit ..ii} duet upon the M lie it nutt Lit Jim ii in & lu Í eie made at the figiueopic ici J i iluif EujUsh b u ' "\ old ii 7s lo 7t> od but the m <mu¿ ib\uj hnutid C iibuli\ is MI i seldom som Oats aie not ort n jimmied for mil in quoted .is bilon Ilaj io <itiMng j uuou puce* but the demand is lathu hg it looa T id loiiutij pie sed still r lining h oin X1 to X" pu ton ícco dm¿ to quality Potitoio ii \c v mill of <? Ji it ¿li to £b 1Ü3 pel ton Tin denrnd foi fiaiu i qunt und the news norn Melbourne i ot bein, of i na^iui to pioduei am chango pucia in am it-pci ton toi iii st quail his Biau Is ( d to Is Jd pi bushil

Publication Title: Mercury, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE LAST SHILLING!! TO THE FINANCE COMMITTEE, PER FAVOR OF THE MERCURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 12 July 1860

THE LAST SHILLING ! ! TO THE FINANCE COMMITTEE, TEE TAVOB Ol' THE ÎIEBCUEY. Gi ?,'IJEMEN,-A.0U lipve acquired so much greatei lame by j oui signal fadmes than j ou pos- sibly could have done by simple,unadoiiied success that I am able to addicss j ou, as above, as The Finance Committee Theie is, I believe, a simdai committee in the Launceston Aichdeacoiuy, but as it Iia3 simplx done its work ni a quiet way, it is altogetbei unknown and has piescnted no îepoit (as lui as I can leam fiom the papéis) to the Chinch Sjniod which appointed it To The Finance Committee I theiefoie liddies nijsolf not only leuieiubei, to Mi Chapman-who is vulgailj supposed to compuse in his own pctson tho Committee the Sj nod the Pailiamoiit mid the People-but m ill its mtegiity, phj bical and men tal to The Finance Committee You have gentlemen, about two pounds ni hand, two hundred and fifty of winch (stiango Hibernian lsm1) is obeady duo Now, allowing the small sum of one pound nineteen as postage aud pm m...

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LAUNCESTON, JULy 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 12 July 1860

LAUNCESTON, JUIA 10. Floui is quolid at J5U 'Willit tis Jd to8s Cd Oats 1= to is od lluj, Si 10= to io Potatoes £1, ba/s m Butta 1 Id ISnad pei 1 lbs loal, old lion, h\ iki b\¿ Kio The news bj the Black S\ in uo i in-, up tho in ci, M ill most likel) elliot soi ii nit it mi ni p nos THE WILLS Union-Ii. I liu pei toi, £1') to »£-0 »eiond <btto¿.17 to-ÜS, b n 1 ni to lb id, o its, Is BiLi v i1 ^ ~ aua "WiirKfi Siociv Euoir -On Tin i \ t Vi tbmi-r t ewe- Us (K1 Us Id ni ¿J f t \ ithiio 17s ewes ni lamb, 10s Oil toils "iti \ i]in 2-ls sui'tei'î, "fe 0d , 20 bond It 11 ittl VS 10 lo ^11 oi J7s to 10¿ pei 10Ü lb Ui \it io da\, ¡t Lon^ioid - lut weuins, ¿¿b dit o i \Oo lss iwio m lamb, Ss to 11s tut nn ¿CJOLOAH li^litiiniUoun^hoi&cs, jb7to¿£l' 10 On Uni dv>, it Shuyhtit jtuds -Tan mu ii 1 c1 Dunn,, t io wi.c. until 7Ji lull, tho luipoita at Hobmt iown win lluJ biiohilt.miiui,e\poiU ml At Lttuuiiston- Ititi oi ts 10ü bushels inni/c, ccpoite, S Ho otu in» oats, l"i _bo ...

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PRESBYTERY OF TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 12 July 1860

PRESBYTERY OF TASMANIA. lins lev ei end boil*, met at Oatlands on luosdaj the 10th at 21 m I nv J G Mackintosh, Mode i itoi lil S1& <. VI ION OI lill llFV 1 a JtACMNTOSiI lins gentleman tendel ed his losignntion to the Piosbyteiv on account of continued mdiilcient health unfitting lum foi the oueious duties of his pint Hie Pie bvteij on tho motion of Di rum bull seconded bj Mi Robertson while deeply sen siblo of the loss susti nietllj the letuenient of Mi Miel tntosh lcstlvtd to leimt to tue Standing Com nuttoo to accepu his i csignntion on and fiom such dito a^- li 11 nnpeni to liiem mo t expedient and subject to ueh iiuiiiigenienlä and eontlitiois as to thom actni- in connu elim with the S io i of St Aiuhevvt) in ty appeal best m the eiiouiiistuioes LlllHv 1B0JI CINU Vi AS8131DIY 01 MC10WV. V»JJ M UNION A communication ii oin this bodj to tito Piesbj tei) was lead sett n. foi th the dciiiJ Icncss and linpoi I meo ot u un i up to co operation if pos íblo among th...

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VICTORIA. (FROM SUNDAY'S HERALD.) [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 12 July 1860

VICTORIA. (rrxr SUNDAY'S UEUALD.) ThiO'piio lu I' i i >t wa;1, thoo lins been a total nbsuii" of oii.ui'eujr i'i the local mm leets. At the cammini.iML.it ii rho wn\ the .naval of .1 luiyo pi.'iol o' b to mr'i iJL!y aitected tlio -value of thib minou, and I- eieciot of advices by the mail steamer has further tended to depress quota- tions Sufficient time has not elap ed to enable us to determine how far the news from the United Kingdom «ill influence price*) but it scartely ap pears to be probable that am immediate improve ment will take plaee The demand for ales Ac, has been extrc nelj limited and no change what- ever m quotation^ has been íeported Butter is not 11 eli tobefiraH held even _l the compara tivelj lo« rates of Ud to I'd p°r lb which are no« given Candles, a f m toll uibie if qui st and Lelnunts a*-e wo -th Is jd per lb m an appar ntl} nemg mai-et In tue na let foi Eajtcri pro ducetheieis little appearance of activa} Kiec (Pekin) is quoted at price-, langng fiom ¿20 ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CAPE OP GOOD HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 12 July 1860

CAPE OP GOOD HOPE. By HM S rawn nriived at Sydney, we have nineteen dajs latei fiom South Afnca v¡¿, to 19th May Tho Cajic Me canhle Advei hsei of the 19th states that on the piovious d ly the foUowin= mteiesting message was addressed by the Lieutenant Govemoi to both Houses of Puli^ment - The Lieutenant Govemoi has voiy gre it satisfaction in announcing to the Honoiable House of Asaoinblj that with the pciniksion of bet M jestj the Queen his Royal Highness Pi ince Alfie 1 is about to visit this colonj and intends coom} unie I bj the Go-einoi Sn Geoigo Giey to make ni exclusion into the couti tij di tuets and to vioit the tastein Piovmce Hie Lie itenant Govanot lcels assuied that the honoiable the House of Assembly and the i>eople of tins colonj wdliecogni/o in this visit oía mem bei o* the Roj al r nu ly inothoi nituk of the m tel est vhich hei niostgiacious Majesty feels in this part of bei dominions and of bet desire to manifest hei appreciation of Hie attachment and aflo" tio...

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ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 12 July 1860

ADELAIDE. ?\\ i han South Aubtialum papéis to the 2nd of Jtilj The Rcgistci repo ts of the mai Vet» - 'Hu flom mai kit is still (¡met, and without flue tuation The quotation is .£19 lös to £10 AVheut-The puce loi si igle lo id» is about Ss to Sa 2d , mil foi paicils ddneiubli tit the Poit, t,s Gd to bs 8d Misst h L Solomon mid Co subtmttod to com petition on Fiidiij, tin Staj; s ctu^o ofsugaisfioiu Mnmitius, lonsibting of o 102 bags of well-selected b-imples Mt J M Solomon pteiaeed the sale bj a fe« i innu Kb, m w mell In statid that the con dittons oí salo w ould bo tin oidintuj onoo, with this addition ü pi oi iso that the sty u s w ould bo bold uccot ding to b implo, but that bhould anj be found dam iged thoj w oiüd not nibist on the de biitj, but tho\ would be lCaoUl foi the benefit of theuudetwtiteis, mid that m the eient of any being found blunt m weight the auctionieib would requi-e unmiditite notice of tin tatt, tis gteit m comemenci sometimes i exulted ti oin such com- plai...

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YANKEE FLAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 12 July 1860

YANKEE FLAT. The population of this locality is about seventy fix e Sluicing is the only doscuptiou of umang comed on, and the aver age ear nings per man leach fiom 10 dol to l8 dol a. day Fiom Yankee Flat to the Forks of Thompson Uiver a laige population is at woik on the high giav el fats, av eiagmg fiom S dol to 15 dol a, daj pei mau Some of these flats oio up var tis of fivo hundí ed feet above the liver, and extend giadually back in uatlulatiug plains It is the opinion of oxponenced nuneis that a milling population numbaiing thousands will find lemu neiative diggings foi an unlimited numbei ofyeais to come Some twentj -five indes abov e \ uikeo Flat is sit uated Kanaka B u, at wluch acoiisideiableiiunibci of nunei.¡ aie doing well On tlni opposite side of Knnak i Bai, or lett side ascending the nvei, anew b u is discoveied, which is jatldmg to the man fiom 20 dol to 100 dol a daj Inallpiobibdity, howevei, this aveia¿e wall undei go a, gi idual diminution, is the nuinbei of miné...

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CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 12 July 1860

CALIFORNIA. ^o (Aigui) haï o ieeeii ed Ciihfoimau papeis to tho lbth ol May bj the Penguin lue Hauy Alta of the loth has the follow mj m the wceklj ti ade îepoit - The busmiss of the wcekjust ilosmg has been mail ed bj a degieo of ltm<nioi but slightly less in tinsi than that o\pei iciiced tin ough itb pi edictsboi a of the season if indeed it can i ith ti nth bo sai 1 that anj imp o\ enient w luitei ei has been i cabled 1 ho io ist i equn enient lins "ii en i iso to a little ti ade mid to bitch points ni the uitei oi ns the wiitched condition oí the io t Is had not íiudcud entnelj niaciessible, tifiw goods hue ben suit, but iot the most jim t otu jobbus han been idle and tis n conséquente the usual stimulus to acttntj among impôt tun has beni wantirg The weathei dming the week has bun inouiible to thoinipioieinuit of tin io ids in the mtonoi and the hopi is mtu tamed that tin busmiss ol the lommgweel maj bhow a fa\ oui ible i ooiilt though it tin moment of wiitim, mihiat...

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BRITISH COLUMBIA, [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 12 July 1860

BRITISH COLUMBIA, A Vi hav o now « from A ictoi 11 LO Ino 12th Api ii - It is sail tint mtclli mc has boen leeeived tin ou,h pi iv ate some s to the elect Hitit extensivo digging of coaise gol 1 had been sellick on the Uppoi Tías i 1 he ii in al of the up mci cxpt ess w hieb is due tit Jtvtn Wcstiunistoi about Hie lilli mst is anxiously o poete 1 ibu follow n g ml oi m ition has 1 eonliiiuiphtd tho ACID li«/ III I it. Unites b\ Mi 1 dw ml II Ciowo and HUM b tegaidc 1 is litllj uthentie - At ASraihii)"ton Bu between tho Ltttlo and Big Canoin thonuneii. aie iivet tginn iioni L» dol to 12 dol pa dttj About tin co milos above tho ontinnro of the Bip Ciuoi Ibu is i nulling locebti m uicd tho Tho lincoln ICH at winch fonte sivtv iniueis nu nt v ni (lah el v to ii t io Clune r mil Indi m t) llio lowe 11 va i 'c by theinel oi union » the whito n moi sib (lol adav It is impossible to obtain uiiv. tiuthful liilonnation vuthiegtud to tho dailj I minings ol tho Cluntsc, At Boston Bar the popula...

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SHIP MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 12 July 1860

."-**-- ? " " J SHIP MAILS. JJIAJIS v,ûl close at the General Post Office, Hobart Town i-, wide - _or Vdc _i aid &jdne} via Melbourne, per fir tit c1 to _io rm at o pni For "Si luoarn M_ 1/ unctston per Black Swan di to 0 j i ' o- Jx>>- I i S io in J Marjuiks per lî M 5 Ot_iH i ii'"-til u-i on featuidaj the-1st in t nt it j liri ii 1 jn \ ia. <? i / _ 1 Southaupton ditto di j li o J. or "Nu. Titi ti a le n 1 ci t \ _i Suez ditto ditto lttr* To- Inaii C1 mi "NUnilli LitaMi (e \ia Point de Galle oitto d tto ditto lor Cipo of Good Hope Ma Mauritius ditto ditto dit o For 3iau ibu-) and K union \ ia Aden ditto ditto dit o íoi S _n Pivei, lia Melbourne ditto ditto ditto PS-I ^OPTANT soTif -Die-Viieli irmsit Kate on f etteir> ui 1 No &i a »is foi Pu 'land to ¡ c 'on ai del Ma Muv,e_l s mt the Bnlish Po tu"e on JJ t e in I Ne» ] ij ers f i Lnti li Colonies an 1 I i e , i Pirti ti m nutted \ i the United Kin_ -oni in i t be pi epiiu b\ mean of Tasmanian Po...

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MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 12 July 1860

MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. Ihosehoonei Hai"i ives sulcd foi this poi t fi om Kowcijtle on the Jid instant with -00 lons coals Iho schooue Boomeiang enleied out«aids at Melbourne loi Swanee i tnd Spnng BUT, on tho Oth mstaut o_d the rchoonei Cieole bailed for Ilobai t Town on the "th instant Sic.A3i_mrnuii.DiNGON nir CI\DI -Ihi.G1)de bhipbuilduiL jaidt. eontinue ii eil emplo^el N. heietv steimei of LOO ton name 1 the Jij uitiuui intended foi the someo oí the Gieel go\eminent lins been launched bj ÍL T G Lui io al Wintern tu ïleof-id loti nul M Git0ui luve launched horn then "-id at Meado«side n steainei lutonded 101 the Juleiegccun anti Xilm nu tation 'Hie steamei ii inch hiw been named the Mail is 180 feet m length a_d has been fitted with steeple engines of 80 hoi se powei liomin il V scie« h-teamei named the Lk_ii{,a has been launehed bj Me si 3 jeoU and Co Gin el Point Gieeuoek foi nu Au trahm Compauj Iho dimensions of the ridiiginio-lcn_th _10 lett bieadth of beim _ t feet 0 niches...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF HOBART TOWN. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 12 July 1860

SHIPPING- INTELLIGENCE. POUT OF HOBART TOWN. AIUCIV1.1). Jilly H-Kucolyplus.-iirquc, 174 tons, Thomson, from Melbourne, 5th instant, with sheep and sundries. Agent-C. M. Maxwell. July 11-Helen S. Page, barque, 220 tons, T. Spring, from Port Albert, 4th instant, with cattle. Agents-Gucodon <t Co. ENTERED OUT. July Ii-Reliance, brig, l18 tons. Smith, for Juvorcni4^ilI,(X.Z.). July 1J-Macquarie, schooner, 120 tons, Graves, for Port Albert. CLEARED OUT. July 11-City of nobart,Etea_icr,GlS tons,Darby, for Melbourne. Additional passengers :-Mr. W. H. Collins, Mi-. Walch, and Mr. Hogg, in the cabin ; and George Lee and wife, Alfred Walker, Patrick Kodj-, and Ann Campbell and four children in the steerage. f SAILED. July 11-City of Hobart, for Melbourne. IMPORTS. Per Helen S. Page from Port Albert :-St head cattle, order. Per Eucalyptus from Melbourne :-324 sheep, 24 barrels salt, 4 case3, 2 weighing machines, 57 loose cheeses, 520 bags sugar, 1 case lomon peel, 10 do herrings, 2...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 12 July 1860

VICTORIA. » AVe have Melbourne papéis to the Oth mst The following note» of Pailianientary pioceedmgb aie fiom the JYeiaZiI - Tho JTausaiil íesolutions weie agieed to lost night, ultei a short skuimsh, upon a division bj tweiitj fourtofifteen votes-the Muusteiial benches bavug been well packed foi the occasion The lepou upon the îeport of the committee will, how- ever, be consideied next Tuesdaj, when it is not unbielj the opposition will íenew the fight with fieite delight, and essaj again to tlnow ovci the losolutions The Chairman of Coniniitteos, Mi Laloi, e\piossed himself no luoietempeiatelj thm justly when he said tint the value of the Hansard was nothing if a lui go mmoiity of the House lefu sed, as thej had declaied they would, to bo bound bj it On this giouud, though he hadfavoied the íepoitof the select committee he opposed the íesp lution befoie them Mi Malhsou also opposed it Mi Enibbng ndiculod the absmd and uncbguified coulee thej weie puisiting, mil declmed himself ut...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 12 July 1860

NEW ZEALAND. AVo have papei» to the 2Gtu of Juno The intelligence so foi us it i elates to the middle island, appeals to bonioie la*-oi_ble than might, perhaps have boen anticipated, but the new s ft om the seat of w ai is exceeding!} unsatisfactor} " The war, ' writes a conospondeut at Talanaka to the Sydney Lminre, "still ¿hag» its slow length along, and theie is no appearance oí a change in tho pie sent stat- of thnifs 'Hie settleio geneiall} speaking, aia in a pi i ble plight, indi um is staling over} one m the face AYLen an alteiation is going to take pla<*e, God onl} knows, but anything« ould be piefeiable to om piesent wietched condition \. mystery seeins to hang about all the mov ements of those placed ni aulhoiity, that it is painful to be ho'd, aud then indecision and want of ability has wathdiawn fiom them all public confidence At piesent, the policy adopted is puiel} a defensive one, the militaiy at AVaitaia hiving oideis not to piovoke au attack, but lo stnct...

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