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C U B A. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 13 July 1860

'i J_1_a , oil There is iio'fouudation in pia statement of lia 'Courier aiicl Inwurer' thütVSjbaih'háV aVfr'à'dd, t'ó' cell 'Cuba to thé TTMfal 'Sites', Or'that'JTiiuicb HnS'bfon, íi'dvised'to"thai'effect.' ' Mr.-Proston lias -never 'lnado'aily overture^''b.r-'cause, when'tho 'ProMdmt rocOininuiided'tho'piuthasü'td t'ongress, 'the Span- ish ¿íOVCTiiinEÜt officially1 aanóuneed that! any much proposition woidd ho regarded us. amintornatio ia! ailront,! after its .^decided rbfusal.,1 When Ù?, J." ?Grund, now Consulat Havie, was. sont'abwrtd as . ,tlio Socret Agent ol',tilioDeiiçii'tiiiqnt ofiState, ho presented tliis cubjcot to^e^ntteuiUpu, of, £oni6'i I riSiiipoloop, w}io suggested,, p?1 a^inodo^f cqmpro , mise, ¡that Clio poçplo.of Çi.uba should, purchase tho , islund from Spain, ¡tb/bç guaranteed in '«¡hoir ,in]lo pendoucoljythojoh'itpiotcctioi^ofB^glañdj'Fráiico.ii ' .and tho United Slates]',' "upon this 'r¿jpi/r£v being, submitted tp Mr. Buchanan, ! he said t lie did ¿ot i Ukolho'...

Publication Title: Mercury, The
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MAYOR'S, COURT. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 13 July 1860

", MAYOR'S, OOUßT. . THURSDAY. BEFOBE the Right Worshipful the Mayor. ' j ' ' \ FOOTE and MOXELMY- , . , ! Mr. Foote, a i evident in Bathurst-street, com- plained tluit a neighbor named Monelaw, had upon .lus pi emúes pig-styes apd pigs, vvhichvvei;e u nui- sance to him. ' luanswer io the,Mayor, Monelaw said that he was malting preparations to remove the nuisance 'compToîhe'd of from his premises, and w ould remedy all tue evils in two months, by getting rid of lus pigs. I This arrangeaient was* cdnsideicd to be satis- factory t(j both pal ties, northey left the pourt., i ' Several summonses for îion-payinént of ratés were summarily disposed of. ! ' , i1 i,, .

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MEXICO. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 13 July 1860

,. jíi.ü.x i'b o~.T7,',.'. v ?>> Tho-stoamer Golden Gate brin|jH uë lia' Opinion i 'cícSíiiítloci of Stir Feb., aadi3o2#m*Q/Scial,>\otAiui Izatla«, dated 22ndIffob. Fioju these 1 sources Wo learn that.tiie Conservativas,, under 3;o?.a<Ja,i|l ad ?captured and burned tho |to,w,u of| iEfScnigoMi, 'itan town of something pvei- three thousand inbahiçar. ts, iijiiuhjedst ,of whom, w;ero 'slaughtered. ( '^he ' Gai' vernor of Siniupa.uiarclied'frôi^^azatjàii^ on ho ' themselves With nii'lmlianj chief niiihed1 "Pajaro And," or Blue'Bird,"aTid ali the head of»ti cohulder " able force'were committing terrible ravages at Siualoa. A detaehment of ÍJ00 mon had boon sent , to chastise those iiarties., !£ l¿i| ( Conservatives Had ,evacua|ecl tho,city of ,55acftt;èc;is.u /,.,' " 'f j I '

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JAVA. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 13 July 1860

JAVA.             The Java papers inform us that the Lanum   pirates threaten again to become troublesome in     the seas of the Archipelago.             Cholera made its appearance about the middle of April in one of the districts of Java. The Batavia Handelsblad is of the opinion that the     insurrection in the kingdom of Panjermessing is far from being ended, and that unless large rein- forcements are made to the troops there, the re- duction of the country to order will be a very tedious business, and attended with the sacrifice of many valuable lives. In the last affairs two officers, Lieut. Vam Dam Yan Ysselt, and Lieut. J. F. M. de Jongh, were killed.     CALIFORNIA.-The Weekly Herald, dated San Diego, April 7, says: "That news has just reached the town that...

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

Wedneidty, 18th July.- j FOOT Stacks of first-rate Hay, near tie York Hotel at Bridgewater. > BY BBENT AND WESTBROOK' On WEDNESDAY 18th July, at 12 o'clock, Near the Yor Hotel, Bridgewater, T70ÜE STACKS of first-rate Oaten and u F, , Barley HAY (estimated at 70 tons), ad ~ joining.the Mam Eoad, near the York Hotel, at " , ^Bridgewater. -t -,<- ?> Terms as usual. i « Thursday, 9th August. "C I _ Important To Capitalists & others, ?«loable Properties at Eastern Marshes, vj_"Tor Hill, Lake Echo, and Austin's ' ' Ferry, and Ttvo Shares in the New Town Race Course. --1 ' _____ ,- J BRENT & WESTBROOK " -Are favoured with instructions ("as io Lots 1, 2, F i 3, from. James Austin, Esquire, the Devisee in trust for sale under the will of Solomon " - Austin, deceased, and Messrs. James and Thomas Austin, the Devisee* in trust for saleunder the will of Josiuh Austin, deceased, and a« to Lot 4 from James AiiBtn, Esq. the Devisee m trust for sale under the w ill ...

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THE NEW KING. [NEW YORK TIMES.] [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 13 July 1860

",,ii I ' iTT^T!mr. " .' -, ! ¡TnB N E AVl IsVI-N'a. ' ?* II , ,>',,, I Ipili li , p-px^ YORK;,Trans.] , Uluscle, ia. KJing. Cotton is not.- " Nigger ' ig ' ùcft. Cúselo if. i Brau-* used to havo soinecluihi; sVclid ',xs;orth; sO| did honesty, i capability, and education, but that xvas,a long,túnio ago- , Miiacleilinsl takeju 'pl'cecdciic^ ovorjpvorythüjg, und. .the. man xvlto ' "strikes'from tho"shoulder," and,is, a gooclihaiid' 'hitter, "¡3 thei'hián1 foi- "¡he, peoplo'p, nioney, noxv-a-' 'days,' ' "' ' " ' , ,,, ,,, , , | I ' ' If you'üonbt it-Uvliirh/if you cío not gc? through 'the xvorlel with'yoWpycj shut,'youhaidty xsdll-yoh imay satisfy ¡vom-sclf of the tiutlt of'our piçpos^tionl by btbppiug into tho"iiist pfuco' of public fesoitt whieli youhappon to bo'passing.' AVhether it bo a coiu-t-ïooni,oi' ofbar-room, aslllc-stoi 6, óra.'t'Tog-sho*'», ,ifthero be any jiuinbor of men together, theh1 ipXk, ,»ill,bo (>f the pmo-fightjand their mdst'eai'el- wish ,to gell ncsvs ofiit...

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A FRENCH VIEW OF "THE FIGHT." [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 13 July 1860

i ,i i A PBENCÍI A'IEAV OP "TUB EIGHT," , The ¡Debatí ha^ devoted four or five of its columns to a description Of the latoftgM betxyeou ' Heoiiiii ¡mel Sayers. As the narrativo is almost entirely taken tom accounts that hare booii idieaely pujj liwliod in English newspapers, it xvoidel bo supar-, fluous to i eproeln.ee it.bui, the following conclusions, of the xvriter of the articlo aro not devoid of in- terest :-"This struggle, then, biought foco to fabo tho Old AVoild and the Jievv-Old .England and Young America. The American niant ¡B tall and stiong, liku the tices of tho Nosv AVbil,d. Kia fiaino ii in proportion to tho forests, tho lakes, anel the rivers of America, He voiuineli us of primeval, nature, imd of the mou xvho uicasuicel ses-cn cubits' in hoi» ntl '¡Is hi the early ages of the v.'oild. Face to face xvith lum svo have fceeu the Old AVoild, the proeluct ef .tillages that have passoel away-tho liighoot o'vpro&sion and proeluqt of civilization-tho creature Of ait...

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

MARRIED.             ln the Manse of St. John's, by license, on the 12th inst., by the Rev. R. McLean, A.M., Mr. EDWARD GALILEE, and Miss EMILY MOORE, both of Hobart Town.   _____________________________________________________________________     On 10th July, 1860, at her residence Adelaide- street, MARGARET, the beloved wife of Mr. John Burkinshaw. The funeral will take place at half-   past 2 o'clock on Friday, the 13th, from John Macbeth's, 78 Elizabeth-street. Friends please     accept this. j 13   On the 10th inst., at his late residence Macquarie- street, of Influenza, JOHN BURNETT Esq., for- merly Colonial-Secretary and Sheriff of Tasmania. Aged 81 years. 13 j     On the 11th instant, at her residence, 30 High- street, Mrs. Elizabeth ADDISON, aged 93 years.   Friends ar...

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THE MERCURY. FRISDAY MORNING JULY 13, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 13 July 1860

THE MERCURY^ 1 ' 'FRIDAY ' MORLING, Jt/LY . Iß, ' 18GO. I ,1 1 il, NATURALIA* anxious as we are* that the Bene 'voleiit Society' should become most efficient for .the relief of distress we are yet unable,to sup- port the proposal subniittcd for consideration ht the Quarterly Sleeting held on Monday last. In exton'tliifg relief it should always bs the aim lof the Society,'ve adrubyto presferv'e as 'much as possible the feeling of self reliance-of dep'en-' dence upon individual exertion'., which cleeinds 1 , I , , j .. iL jill ) 1 ynary aid is so well calculated to destroy. And no doubt the' idea of finding employment for , those \vl)o obtain 'assistance so that they 'might give back to the Society in labor some equivalent! (for, the aid extended to them originated in ¡a desire to accomplish this. But the question has a wider range tharf those who' spoke 'upon! |it scein tpjjmiigine.. ,,Íf the effect of introducing1 suph a.l>riuçii>le,coulure,confined to...the..parties,., immedi...

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CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 13 July 1860

O A fâ p"fl.fc NIA. Byxvn^of'&eibodtóóW'H^-'news from SÍ if Eraueiseo to 18th May..,. , r A now means of communication-it pony express -has been,cstablished.by.xvhieli news opuldbe sent from'San-PratieSécó'-td'NBW-York in eight dara, and letters,fflrii-fiydod ,ni itwelve.-->,ITho I advertise- ' meat of tho company anel tho leading article in tho Sau Ei-anbiä'co t'clailrmii'ikpliÚi tho'xvórlring of tile company, by ¡nicaai-s,] of,, xvhijqb .letters could bo seilt from London to Sau Francisco in twenty days. T '. Posy E:iritÍB3.'-í-'Ei'oHT D-ÍTS1 FIÍ'OÍS'Í' SAN- "WAJST- . cisco TO NEXV YoRic.-^-TllO Pony Express of tlio''' ' Central OvorlanetCalifornia'arid-'Klre'e''Peak Ei _press,Company>xvill leave.Sun.'Erah'cisco for New "York and hitennediato poiats'on (Friday tho 20l§i April, I860, an'd on1 every Friday there-1 after, at four,. o!clock p.. in. .Lettern xvill bo , reccivod cadi day of departiu-o ab.theiofflco of the Alta Telegraph, , Moiltgompry-fltyeet,-. at Snort.-...

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

SHIP MAILS. JtLULS uiîl closent the General Post Offlee, Hobart Town, as under - lor Adelaide md Svdne), via Melbourne, per first vci-el this dir>, at o p m For Melbourne via Launcc ton, per Bl ick Swan, ditto, 5 n0 p in loi london, vi i Suc7 and Marseille-*, per R M S Ottiva «a, Melbourne, on Satuidav,tLc -lft instant at i p va Foi london, vu Sucr and Southampton, ditto, ditto, ditto -For Mediterranean Fort', vu Suez, ditto, ditto dittd / . ( i ' For'Iniiiti Ulina, Manilla Batnvu Le, via Point de G die, ditto ditto ditto +vj¡ FonV11?*- of Oood fl/ojie, vi|i Maur/tiuf, ditto, ditto,, ditto 'For Miuntiu3 and Reunion, \n Aden, ditto ditto, ditto ' ' I For Sw m Rivei, via Melbourne, ditto, ditto, ditto . PS-III! OBI Vii ÎVOTIC -lllf rieiifh li lllfclt ibííé on Letters md lscvvspipcis foi England to I for»aided via. Muscillc-i md the British l'j'-tagc on Lcttus ind \cwspipun foi Bntisli Golfines and Foreign Fart.-! ti anurattud M I the United Kingdom must hu prcpau bj mein J of la in...

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

For Jacob's River, and Lyttleton,           New Zealand.     THE fine A 1 clipper brig         RELIANCE,     JAMES SMITH, Commander,   Will sail for the above 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-street. 29th June, 1860. For Melbourne.       THE Clipper Brig         EMMA PRESCOTT,     will sail for the above port on SATURDAY next, the 14th July,     1860.       For Freight or...

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

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.                       PORT OF HOBART TOWN. ARRIVED.                       July 12 - Southern Cross, barque, 318 tons, W. Mansfield, from whaling, with oil. Agent - Mrs. P. Seal " ' ' ' COAS1FRS I A-'kEDS ii .J *"*'> 12-Uncle Tom, Huon, timbci, Happy Jaclc, Tíuon, timbci uid potatoes, S'h union, Peat ? ' Aithui, cool, Topsj, Huon, tmibei , Huon Chief, J ' 'Huoii, umbu ' I EKTEKEV OUI ' ' ' , July 12-Helen S Page, ,bai que, 2^C,tons, IT Spring, foi Port Albert ' ' J (,! <ipLl/ i CLfABDD 01)1 ''I ole Julj 12-Mncquanc,sChoonei,12G tons,G.Graves. I j for PoitAlboit, in ballast j i ' j, " ,Ju)} 12-lielianec, brig, 118 tons, J Smith, i for Inveic u-gill, (N / ), with genual cargo , 1 S...

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THE UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 13 July 1860

THE UNITED STATES. Our dates from Now York ave to the 5th May. ' ' Thc'followhij* is the Tunis ctírrtisiíon'dont'B letter dated j)íay 1. . , , " ", , ,, , \ |, , .Notwithstanding that tho CharlestonGonvoutijon has been in wasiou a weak, .tryiug to select a candidate loathe Democratic jiarty and construct a plotfóí'ju oil which to put'him, tho town has for tym last bight-autl-forty-hours forgotten it, and thought 'of nothing, talked of nothing,'but the figkl between Keenan and Sayers, of which the Vtuidorbut brougMtkepivrtiouliHs on Saturday.. Presnniiijg, however, that t)io Charleston "mill" lias moi o inteiest for Em'opo.an readers than tho Aldeisliott "mill,'' Itpáss «jho lattor by, only saying that the impression iN universal hero that lloeuan was ilot fairly dealt vvilk *n the fight, and that he should have tho bolt by rights. To. go novy foi Chai luston. I boliovb that W10 last packet loft the' Convention disputing pvei'tho rights of Certnin delegations Ito seats over certain o...

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QUEENSLAND., (FROM THE S. M. HERALD'S CORRESPONDENT). [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 13 July 1860

.QUEENSLAND., , H'FEOM TM S. M. IIRIUIJD'S, COBUliSVONljj'pT). ''.? Brisbane, Juno 28.-Tko Assembly is making good progress with, the JJ-¡limâtes for ISfiO, and would liave got on quicker only that, many ,items couldnot^e brought forward until a committee that was appointed to inquire into tho organisation ldl"tho' various departments had given in its- report. All tho special appiopriatious kavo been passed wiihWit reduction, viz, "E10,-"00 fora steam dredge for clearing the rivera, JCIO.OOO for an electric ¡telegraph, JJ10,000 for building a now (lovor.mnont House, and Jü'1,000 for completing the ¿risbane gaol. I observe, from the report of the debate-> that muck jcoinmiseral ion is every now and then expressed for u^ in the Kew South AVules Assembly. ' ït"*Koeui8TMiJbo'assumed, beyond the possibility, of doubt, tkuf, «Jin expenses q£ Oovernment boiiio by so scanty a population must prove ruinous. Hap- pily .tluiro h little prospect of ,thqso hyppeiitical cro-akings being fijlfl...

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J A P A N. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 13 July 1860

' J-A-PAN: ; "" The news îl'om Japan ii- moro satisfaetoiy. <Tfho rumoured ealtouty'at Kanagauii, had tiirned out to 'bo'gromidlos'á; but the 'Kuropoans at Yokoha ni, woi e still under some apprehension, i Thol Jtogi n't' ' is stated to have been ¡idled in.thojaUacl: mado oil 'i bim by tho follower j ot tho Pnpcc of fiíetos. Pi- >in the proceedine,.» of tho 'ßusftians'nt Hakodadi,it v as Relieved they had territorial designs on Japam.|'l ho | jBus-ian fleet vas greatly augmented, and recen ily ' the steamer Iteuii had' been ,piu chased for the' Raine sen-ice. The iVf« IVunishcs the following partícula.'? ol' the attack on t the Regent -| "On tho 2'iid of last month" tlieio was tan J ?'attempt liUiic'ib, Yeddo to ussassinato the Prince íífgent., Seven oí' the 'Jîegeut's attcawaptíi wuó' j ujlciríod on tim spot, as weit Utf threpi oi'|four of (jho , ra^sniltni,i, T.vo ot tho latter worn captmed, iiuid , juii!io.}i¡)/jely¡committed suicido, üinco then oicrht mole of then ...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 13 July 1860

NEW SOUTH WALES. Much of the news has been anticipated by tele- graph. The papers contain lengthy accounts of the opening of a further portion of the Great                     Northern Railway.           Prior to the prorogation of Parliament some im- portant Bills to be considered during the ensuing session were laid on the table of the Assembly. One of these provides for the reconsitution on an elective basis of the Legislative Council. The       Herald gives the following analysis of it :- The Bill for the reconstruction of the Legislative Council is now before the country. All we pur- pose to do at present is to analyse its contents, and show the relation of its various parts to each other. After having defined the various terms employed &nb...

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POLICE COURT. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 13 July 1860

POUCE COURT. -w THUBSbAY. [ BEFORE AV.Tarleton, Esq.,'P.M. One drunkard,'frpm New Town, was fined 10s. j BEBOBE the Police Magistrate, and J. L. T. Tabait»' Esquire. i j , ' ASSAULT.-MOY 1>. MC'CANNA, In this case, which was one of assault, the infor-" mation was dismissed, the^complainant not beúig in attendance. ' ! .' '" ' ' ." ' ABsWjDiNa. ' ''' ' ;1 ' ' John AVatlan,' t.l., was charged by Sub-Inspector Dorsett with absconding from his authorized place of residence. , ' ' \ . Doroott informed the Bench that the prisoner had been absent 'sixteen days, and had formed a very bad connection in Hobart Town. j ? He was sentenced to three months' imprisonment with hard labor. ' FË10.VY. Charles Flanders, a stout, hulking fellow, was charged by P. C. Alfred Jones with stealing on the 4th instant, one coat, a pair of trousers, a flute, and a pair of boots, the property of Aaron Price, of Cambridge.       The prisoner pleaded Not Guilty. j Susan A...

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INDIA. [FROM OUR OWN, HERALD, CORRESPONDENT.] Bombay, 30th May, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 13 July 1860

INDIA. [PnOlt OtîB OWN, ItËRALB, COKRESPOK0ËKT.J Bombay, 30th May, 18G0. India is at present the victim of tremors which are anything but conducive to the pros- perity of the empire. The income tax continues to agitate all classes, and rumours of plots, in the North West Provinces, keep Government and the public continually on the alert. The Governor-Geneial has anived in Calcutta, and the ultimatum regarding the proposed- taxation scheme will therefore soon become known. In l)elbi, it appears that for up« ards of two months previous to the late Mahoniedanfestiwil of Eed, rumours were afloat among tho natives of the city and its neighbourhood, to the effect that the long predicted and expected time for the extinction of the Bntish Raj ,iu India hld come ; that the troubles antecedent to, and in- dicative of, its downfall, had already begun to manifest themselves in various quarters ; that the allied armies of Turkey and Persia on 'tike west, and thpse of Russia' and Afghanistan, dn ...

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

/ AA^í'beg to 'dírecl'utccnttdn to au1 'aelvcrtiscmcjit in pupcoluiunfl^annouiicinKi for Unreserved S.do ' tfió wholo of tí»o,Stor¿jJu Eiu-ming- Implements, A.b., ófMÍ'. Staples* at,,Siiuiiuorfieid,, .Broad Marsh,, (in consequcmoo of that cstatq having been sohl); ¡isxve undeV&ï'"idï"iat gontfjOiuan is well-known to have ouhivrid"sónib'xvell-bred stock,, xs-o should íecoiii înond parties desirous of obtaining buch, at lcjw pricos, to attenel the sale, xvhich takes, placo ou Thursday, tho lOlh inst.'' Tho auctioneers aro Ay. ' A. GivD.selon.and Co!-(ADVT.) , ' ' ' Cattle, ox It. S. Pago.-¡AV. A. Gueselon & C6.ri, j-eln'ud tlio.trodu of tlio salo Tlüs Day, at 2 ipi half-past, of tho cargo of Choice Bullocks, xs-hich « hav.o been Jftuslodin fino order, per Helen S. PujA;. i-(.M>n-):.,. ?) ^' .. ^ (- t-' I FOR FOURTEEN DAYS ONLY ! , H i i «i THE GEE AT1 CHEAP,' GLEAElW ,SÂLE;, Consequent upon tho dissolution of partnership will be continued for tho next fourteen days ...

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