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THE MERCURY. SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 21, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 21 July 1860
THE MERCURY. SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 21, 186O. His Excellency the GOVERNOR has taken down the Constitutional key which has for the last ten months been rusting on a nail at Government House and unlocked once more the doors of Par- lament. The key turned reluctantly in the wards with a harsh grating sound, and many stood by, &nbsp; open-mouthed with curiosity, anxious to learn what &nbsp; prospective benefits were likely to be conferred upon them by this somewhat novel proceeding. Whether they have cause for gladness or regret we must leave our readers to judge. Men differ in opinion upon the subject. Some pronounce the &nbsp; Vice-regal Speech to be all that could be desired ; others deny it any merit but that of length. In another column we reprint the Speech in extenso, and as it foreshadows the embryo legislation of the next few weeks it is not, perhaps, unworthy of perusal. The most important topics to which it adverts are Railways and Irrigation, but thes...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 21 July 1860
Thuisday, 2nd August SWANPORT Important Nolae or Sale of Valuable Landed * Properly. ¡u MR. GRAHAM 'Has received instructions from the Executors &lt; of the late Georgo Meredith, Esquire, To sell by public auction, At 1 o'clock in the afternoon, i On THURSDAY, 2nd August, I860, rl At his Mart m Swansea THAT VALUABLE i AS M at present ia the occupation of Mr John Barber Itnown ns the "APSLEY MEADOWS," in the District of Glomorfaan It contains / 420 acTcs,80 of which ure cleared and subdivided " J¿to convenient si/cd Paddocks It is well " waVcred at all seasons of the j ear and is per- haps onoof tlie best Dairv la ms in the Colony To a jicrson requiring a really valuable property in a small compu« the pi esent presents a favorable opportunity for investment j Title Unexceptionable. PofBCssion immediate. Terms-One third cash, deposit, balance by Sills of equal instalments at G anel 12 months' ate, with 7 per cent interest, or tito purchaser /may pay all, or unj part ol the bal...
AUSTRALIA PAST AND PRESENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 21 July 1860
AUSTRALIA PAST AND PRESENT. We are the Scotsman's most obedient humble ser- vants. Our contemporary has reckoned us up after the manner of men who are profoundly igno- rant of the subject upon which they write. Per- fectly satisfactory and convincing to his own mind we have no doubt are all his deductions, but, un- fortunately, they are deduced from data as erroneous as can be conceived. Whether our contemporary has drawn his inspiration from some emigrant who has returned to Europe a disappointed man we have not been able, from the internal evidence sup- lied us in the article, to determine. Some of the statements made lead naturally to this conclusion ; whilst others are so wide of the truth as to throw considerable doubt upon it. We think it very un- fair and very ungenerous on the part of the British press to admit into its columns such damaging statements concerning these colonies without first ascertaining whether those statements are true or not. The people of Great Britain i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 21 July 1860
fetéaià for Melbourne. Twofold Bay, Und üe:1;->..-^:. ?:?...?: - ßydney. THE T.S.N.Co'b Steam- ship .?'? "TASMANIA," J. Clinch, commander, will leave for the aboyo ports _:, .. ._, . 7on or about TUESDAY, .'-allhi. Jnly, at noon, '"u Providing ¿he is no1 cliartercd for the con-, 'Iveyañce of troops ia Hiern Zealand, . i j ' íú&lt;r-.vi.: .'... Faubsto Two*om>Bat, '."»¿"The .nearest Port to tho Diggings'.- «' ; : !'' Saioon. £7 7 0 ,5,í Steerage .......;.;........;..;;.....;.; 3 IO O ' ",J Children under 12 years . of age ''proportion; vs-K.-: ! .. . BENJ.'M. CUNNINGHAM, ....¡^ ,,.' -.". ... , ., ? Manager '£. 8. N. Co. , Franklin/Wharf,! '"?^i'July" lCth. 1ÖCÖ. Steam to Melbourne. THE EOYAL MAIL Steani Ship "BLACK SWAN," ^Alex. T. Woods! Commander, Will leave the Company's Wharf, Launceston, on MONA ,,,DAY morning, the23rd inst., at four o'clock; Passengers will have tobe on board the previous .'''evening.'' ' ? \ »..?.:.?.. For freight or passage, ! ! ??'';>. ?: .?...
THE MONTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 21 July 1860
THE MONTH. The Australian Champion Stakes for 1861. -A meeting of persons interested in the successful carrying out of the Third Grand Australian Cham- pion Race was held at the Union Club Hotel on the 10th inst., Mr. Tabart in the chair. Several sporting gentlemen were present, and the greatest unanimity prevailed as to the result, which we have no doubt will bo satisfactorily attained. Lot- tere wero read from several well-known turfites, who were unavoidably absent, but who expressed their willingness to promote the desired object. Mr. Davies announced the opening of a subscrip- tion list, contributions having been already re- ceived to upwards of £400. Stewards and other officers were appointed, and resolutions passed to set the matter going, when the meeting separated, an unanimous opinion being expressed that the Grand Champion Race of 1861 would be most suc- cessfully carried out. Royal Society of Tasmania.-The Monthly Meeting for May was held on Wednesday evening, the 4th Ju...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 21 July 1860
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. BIRTHS. ALLPORT.—July 18, at Holbrook Place, Hobart Town, Mrs. Morton Allport, of a daughter. ARCHER.—June 30, at Carrick, Mrs. J. K. Archer, of a daughter. BISDEE.—July 14, at Stowell, Mrs. John Bisdee, of Hut- ton Park, of a daughter. BROWN.—June 20, at No. 154, Macquarie-street, Hobart &nbsp; Town, the wife of Mr. James Brown, of a daughter, still- &nbsp; born. BRUMBY.—July 8, at Avenue Cottage, Brocklesby, Cressy, Mrs. George Brumby, of a son. BUTLER.—July 15, at No. 6, Cromwell-street, Battery Point, Hobart Town, Mrs. Richard Butler, of a son. CHOPPING.—July 9, at Franklin, Huon, the wife of Mr. Isaac Chopping, of a son. CLARKE.—July 9, at Hobart Town, the wife of the Rev. G. clarke, of a daughter. COOK.—July 15, at her residence, Elizabeth.street, Hobart Town, the wife of Mr. H. Cook, of a daughter. &nbsp; DESAILLY.—July 2, at her residence, Patrick-street Ho- &nbsp; bart Town Mrs. E. Desailly, of a son. DOWDELL.—J...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. HOBART TOWN MARKETS. Mercury Office, Saturday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 23 July 1860
COMMERCIAL INTüLLIGENOE. HOBART TOATOT MARKETS. Mercury Oßce, Saturday Afternoon. Tho întolligcnc« contai led in the iiUices flom Melbourne ico«ued tins morning was not oi a clniicto lo piodiice nnj dingo in the wheat mai ' et hcie mil solos wi i o made to day at Ss Od ppi bushel winch lins J ten Ino iiiling liguio Ihioughont the «eel Oils show no vjinptoms ol jnpio\oment and art uioted as pio\ íoiislj Ei 'bshbule\ is \e j little mquiicd foi but quotreions ne ¡,'uon as beloie Ino-dem nu! loi htrv i-, ncfc active but pnces continue without altciiliou loo»o and country piessed still sellnij at £0 to £7 poi Ion accoidnig to quality In pot itocs ne\t to noHung has been doing for seieiil ilnj s fbeíloui muí et ia quiet but puce» nie steadj at £21 to £1- pel ton accoidmg to qiuntity foi flom ii oin tbi best colonial « heat Biaii minns at 1^ ( 1 to Is Ud pe bushel
SUPREME COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 23 July 1860
SUPREME COURT; -» The first Criminal Sittings after First Temi com- mence at the Court House, Campbell-street, to- morrow morning. The following prisoners aro induded in the Calendar : John Hurley, Misdemeanor. Richard Williams, ditto. John Williams, ditto. Samuel Evans, Felony. Matthew Konoy, ditto, AVilliain Wright, Perjury. Mary Thompson, Blegally Pawning. Margaret Murphy, Unlawfully Wounding. Susan Walker, Stealing from tho Person. Robert Preston, Unlawfully Wounding. John Hart, Murder.
SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 23 July 1860
SYDNEY. ù\ the 1 «nunn we U-noS) lue) journals to tho l7lli instill». W&lt;- &lt;inoto tiom the conuueieial m title* oí the-»V U'J j,J0 '""' Uc> ''l Busmt li «aen mole lettie diuuig tho weel til m foi ionic tnu?,' rt bitholdeis oí goods ne 4ill i i'-lt i i nwil1 ug lo sell e\cept ki ca^h 1!iei( liasboinscmi bPO'lilitiouinttisaudsiigii , "ina bDih the o a t cits h ii o be n ci iisequcntl) de ill in it id\ i iced i ito -Hie quiulit) oi gold dust leccntd liom hundía is ti»iietoi>, and iiiguis \ ill io th siiccc s oí tli&lt;">c Die; ;mgs when Hie \ euthei í ill " iniittlit.li beni 'piopeilj tcittd We subjoin ibu j ltd lepoit ef tie Jt ite OÍ oin mai 1 ct Ti oui!-i lie l uHj t is \ei) flit mid but lew ?¡»kahui bee 1 ellecttd Tine flou is oileletl at irom ä22 10-, io X-3 pe toj- but the nulla i hive ncft nltoie 1then mot rhona the\ still quoto &lt;nc Horn at £2 > pei ton md htconds, £2" pel ton wheat fe (d pei bitFlitl o its nicalittjc moioin lc...
THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 23 July 1860
I THE WAlt ÏN NEW ZEALAND. ? I The following letter has been handed to 113 for publication ¡ Camp, Waitara, ' 30th June, 18C0. Dear William,-I am happy to inform you of my safo escape on the morning of the 27th when wo mode an attack upon one of Eingi's Pahs. Wo lost 32 killed and 32 wounded j oui' men fought like lions, hand to hand in six feet high of fern. Any of our men the Maories carno across when wounded, they tomahawked, and of one ofneerof the name of Lieutenant Brook they did not leave one iuch together, but they cut and hacked him to pieces, and a Serjeant who was trying to save kim mel with the same fate. There was a Corporal by the namo of Byan who was in the 99th Regi- ment ; he had seven of them around Mm at once, and he killed four out of the seven, and then ho was exhausted from being up to his armpits in the water from fivo in the morning until 7 in tho evening; another mon -killed three out of five when he was in the same position. We left the camp 300 men strong ...
HOBART TOWN PRICES CU[?]RENT. ALE AND PORTER, (duty paid.) [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 23 July 1860
HOBART TOWN PltlCES CUEJJENT. ALE AN» PORTEB, (duty paid.) j £. s. d. £. s. d Ale Bass's, per luid.. 7 O O to 7 IO Allsopp'sdo . SOO 80 Other brands do ... 5 0 0 7 0 Byass's, per dozen ... 0 IO 0 0 10 Allsopp's do. 0 10 6 0 11 Marzetti's do . 0 IO 6 0 0 Second class brands do 0 7 0 0 0 Porter Taylor's porhhd. ... 7 0 0 0 0 Truman's do ... 4 JO 0 5 0 Other brands do ... 3 10 0 4 0 Byass's quarts, doz 0 10 ß 0 10 Marzetti's do ... 0 10 li 0 0 2nd class brands do 0 7 0 0 8 BISCUIT. Colonial cabm, per cwt. ... 1 4 0 to 1 G Navy do . 0 l8 0 10 English fancy assorted, lb. 0X0 01 BUILDING MATERIALS. Bricks, Colonial, per 1000 1 10 0 to 0 0 Fire ... do 5 0 0 0 0 Slates, Duchess, do 12 10 0 14 0 Countess, do 10 0 0 10 10 Ladies, do 5 0 0 5 5 Cement, Roman, per barrel 1 2 .0 15 Portland,do 0 l8 0 10 Cork, per lb. 0 12 0 1 American, do . 0 0 0 0 0 Price's No. 1 Belmonts, lb. 0 1 4 to 0 1 Foreign do. 0 10 0 0 Composition do . 0 0 10 0 0 CANVAS. AssttLNos., 1st qualities, yd. 0 1 1 to 0 1 2nd do...
INFLUENZA, TO THE EDITOR OF THE MERCURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 23 July 1860
INFLUENZA, TO TUE EDITOR. OF THE MERCURY. Sin,-Amongst tho man) diseases that pei lodically afHict building huiiunit), thal of Epidemic Calai iii, commonly called Infliion/a, may bo leekoncd among tlio most disastiousi lo loimg childi en and aged poisons, also succeeding in attacking the health) and îeibiist Tho lavages that tina complaint of lato has made, filling tho i inks of death bom the oldest and most lcspeeted lesidcnls in this f'oloni, hies induced mo to call youl attention and that of lijo public to one of tho most successful ícmcdics that hithuito, accoidmg to my knowledge and that of m ni) of ni) fuoiid-i, lues without failing m a single niolincp combated and conquoied it in its dm ful piogicss Foi sovcuuda)sC wa coufined lo ni) bed sevoioly sulleulig, and bavin,, le oitod to tho pioseuptions of the multitude had at last to anticipile tho woist conseeiuonci s Subsoquiutli, a fuend aftei eoiisidei iblo poimisirm piov ulcd on mo to liy Di Bught's, (Som ,) ïoinc Mtxlutc, as...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 23 July 1860
NOUCE TO CORRESPONDENTS Wehaie iccaxcd (/iceoiiimiiufcaHoji of " 4 inemlci picsenV vnth its eiiciosinc llre loouM remind the wntei that ne also aeiepiesent, and itere di compe- tent, if not moie so, to foi m an opinion of what uas ?¡nujl as hit iselr I' 's i crll casV f°> gentlemen to mite what they wish they had saul, butif they did not say \t ii is 7io /cttili 0/ /Ac pif'iif it docs not appeal We do not see that this dijleicncc pf opinion as to a mat- ter of tact has any public inteie I, and ve decline, thirefoie.ta open, oin column« to a coi 1 cspondence with jfiymd to ii
COUNTRY DISTRICT S. LONGFORD. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 23 July 1860
COUNTRY DISTKIOT S. ?» LONGFORD. Tho levision of the eleetoial lolli of this distnct havo tal on place, audit appeus that thoeloclois genoiall) m this distuct have been ahvotothe valuo of thosufliago, foi neail) 400 additional claims havo been sont into the Returning Oflicoi to bo placed on the Roll most of which hav o been allow ed and nisei ted at the Com t of Rovision A Publie Meeting was convened eail) last weel at the Couit Honso foi tho pin pose of taking into consideiatiou tho dilapidated state of the Pin son age, and sundi) lopuus loquned in the Chinch The meeting (Uko ¡di Clnueh Meetings in this distuct) was vei) thinly attended, theio beng only six oi seven gentlemen pi osent '1 ho business of tho mcoliu,if howcv 01 w as pi occded with and it ivas íesolved that a " sum of .£100 was lequued foi the lepuu of those building* and that this sum boiaised bv agenoi il siibocuption m the distuct A sub-iCiiption list was tlicicupon opened, when most ot tlio gentlemen picsent put do...
MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 23 July 1860
MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. 'Hie Ttism nun, liom Sjdnej, Tuesdnj tho 17th, aiiivedon Snturdaj e\emng- Capt Clinch ícpoits that he put into Twofold B ly on tho passage down, wheio he remained foi about twelve liouis The Bteainei esperienecd heavj southeilj winds during the vova^o to Holmit Town The possen^ci list contains ii number of nauiet. ot piitics norn Two lokl Buy With othei ciigo the'tasmania blinds 100 sheep 'Hil Pichid cleared out foi Melbourne on "3 itui daj Captain Gng¿s tal es, with a geneial caigo, a quantit) of oil and wool foi shipment by the Swiftsuio, the foimei including the oil obtained ii ora the Mack fish tlnown asshoie ashoit time siuco neil Bieum Cieek The Suoidfish soiled fi om Sj dnej foi tlus poit on the loth instant The Hiup belonging to tlus poit, aiiived at Sjdnej iiom the Chatluiiu Islands, on tho Uth instant Tlio Rebut and Betsj, froin Launceston, um \ed it fejdnoj on tlie 13th Tin Sciioo&lt;ni Louis i-We lm\ o been fui jushed bj Captain Audoison, ...
THIRD AUSTRALIAN CHAMPION SWEEPSTAKES. [BELL'S LIFE IN VICTORIA.] [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 23 July 1860
THIRD AUSTRALIAN CHAMPION SWEEPSTAKES. [bell's life in victoria.] The Tasmanians seem anxious to secure the Third Great Sweepstakes for their colony, and on Tuesday last a meeting was held at the Union Club Hotel, Hobart Town, " to mako the necessary ar- rangements to ensure its success." The Chair was taken by Mr. Tabart, who opened the proceedings by reading two letters, one from Mr. John Lord, and the other from Mr. Mold, in both of which the writers apologised for their absence, but expressed theil- desire to assisi in the project. A resolution was subsequently carried, to tho effect that it was expedient that a Third Australian Champion Sweepstakes, the amount, distanco, and terms of which aro tho same as tho first, should bo rim at New Town, Tasmania, in 18G1, tho exact fixture to be named hereafter. No fewer than fourteen ste- wards, a treasurer, and lion, secretary, were then appointed, and it was announced that for the pur- pose of this great race, the subscriptions already...
SECOND AUSTRALIAN CHAMPION SWEEPSTAKES. [BELL'S LIFE IN VICTORIA.] [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 23 July 1860
SECOND AUSTRALIAN CHAMPION SWEEPSTAKES. [bell's life in victoria.] We have a little extra chit-chat to record this week, anent tho great coming event, though tho items can hardly be deemed of any actual impor- tance to anticipated results. The two most no- ticeable facts are tho scratching of Bonny Rose, and the safe arrival at Sydney of tho Sister to Zoe. On Thursday morning a notice was placarded in Kirk's Bazaar as to Bonny Rose's withdrawal, and wo aro informed that on the same day sho was scratched at Sydney. On Friday morning wo re- ceived tho subjoined letter from Mr. Coleman : Dear Sir,-Allow mo to take tho earliest oppor- tunity of informing the racing men of Victoria, that on Thursday last I scratched Bonny Rose for the Sydney Champion Sweepstakes. Somo few weeks back sho showed a disposition to throw curbs, and on Tuesday last, they became so apparent that I deemed it prudent to throw her off work. On Thursday I blistered the filly, and for sometime to come I fear sho wil...
VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 23 July 1860
VICTORIA Wo liai o Molboin no papel s to tho lbth inst Theio is onlj ono daj's paihamonlaiy i>io ceodmgs to ícpoit In the Assembly on '1110" day - Tho House íojoctod theiopoit of the comrnrttoo uxiontho chums of tho old Goolong ind Ballaaii t Roilwaj Companj lecominciichngtliopaymonttotlio ouginatoiä of the sum ol £¿oHb lbs Id foi pie lnnmaiy cvpeusos Theie was a division,-Noes, l8 Ayos, Ib 'Hie motion of Mt Wilson Gmy, pioposing that the Houso should go into committee to considei the piopuety of pi osen ting an odell ess to His Lxcolloiie} piavmg that a sum ot ¿23000 bo placed on a supplement ii,, estmuito for the puiposo of piomotmg the v olunteoi niovoinont, was va bally amended and agi cod to t-ftci a short discussion, in the com-,e of which Mi M'Cirlloch opposed, anti Mr Nicholson suppôt tod the motion Iho following is the îopoit of the last day's pic? cowling!, m tho caso oi Homo v. Gilles - The heal mg of this ecclesiastical suit was con- tinued ft om Salmdiy, the 7th mst ...