Elephind.com contains 3,374,316 items from Mercury, The
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 2,990 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
MUNICIPAL, CORPORATION. MONDAY, JULY 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 24 July 1860
MUNICIPAL, ÇÇRPORATION. Monday, July uti. Tho weekly meeting of tho Council on Monday was attended bj' His Worship tho Mayor, and Messrs. Aldermen Lipscombe, Lewis, Butler, Crisp, lihuuben, and Stewart. The minutes ol'thu last meeting and tho changes of occultation dnt'jiifí Ibu wc(;k \vnvo road und con firmed, IMPKOVUMENT 'J'0 OLD IIA11KET WHARF. Tho Public Works Committeo to whom tho tenders for the construction ol' tito New Wharf wore submitted reported upon tho sanio and re- commended that tho lender ol' .lames Burgess for J;|SJ5 ho accepted, "'' The considération of the report was deferred for a wuck, UKNIIVOLDNT SOCIUTY. . Tho Committee, to whom tho application to find employment for ublobodied applicants for relief, >va.s roli'iTi'il, re-ported that they could suggest ' no moans by which th6y could moot' tim' wishes of tho Beiiovoleut Socioty in this particular, " ' An application was received, from Mr. .George Morgan, Secretary to an Association for the pro- tection of Co...
MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 24 July 1860
MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. Tho Tasmania will leave foi Mclboumo and > Sydney via 'Iwofold Baj on WedncbJaj The North Stai lioin Melbouine, the 11th mst, with sundi les mid 2S0 slieep eumo m jestcidny nftoinoon Captain Dall îepoitb the Lunnii Pies cott oß St Helen's Point on luosdij The Griat Cam hw -lho follow mg appeal bin the New Iori imics ot Al ij ,th i eluding the Great Eastern and the New loik Common Conned -"We bud hoped til it the m maternent ot the Great Eastern hud midei^one a thoioiyh nul radical leloim and that i bnghtci iH\ w ib dawn ing upon tlus unioitun ite ship A\ efind howcici, that the ducctois aie bael ajan al then old follies 'Ihej li u e actu illj ipphed to the Common Councd of New "ioiic foi mloituition ob to the capacity ol the liai bom and upon the motion of the eelebiated and nidel iti¿ ible Loole m whom all foi eignet s find bo fast i tneiil a eoimintteo has been appointe I to biipp)j tho nccobbiuv iactb Unless the Chambei of Coinnicico of the Pilot CommiB...
SHIP MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 24 July 1860
SHIP MAILS. c -*- i tlA.ru> will close at the General Post Office, Hobart ! Town, as under :- 1 For Queensland and New Zealand via Sydney, per first vessel, to-morrow, at 10'30. a.m. , For Adelaide \ ia Melbourne, do do do For Melbourne, Twofold Hay, and Sydney, per j Tasmania, do 11 a.m. , P.S.-Mails for Sydney and Adelaide, are made up at this Oihce, and forwaided viA Melbourne, by every Steam Vessel departing irorn Hobart Town or Launceston.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF HOBART TOWN. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 24 July 1860
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. -*» PORT OF HOBART TOWN. ABHIVED. ' July 2J-Kchpot, behoonei, 1J0 tons, Calder from Port Albeit, the loth instant, with cuttle FasscngeiH-1 steerage Agents, Gurdon A. Co Julj J.1 -Noi th Stai, bug, II J tons, Dall, ii oin Melbourne the lttii in-,tant, with bheep and sundries Pasaengei s, cabin Mr Smith, 1 steel a¿(. Agents, Boys A- Hall July 2J -Circassian, behoonei, fi oin Launceston, with wheat, toboeco, und bundrieb HI POMS Echpse, from Port Albeit-31 head cattle, Boys and Hall North Star, fi oin Melbourne-j tieico tobicco (transhipped ex Sjii»i) 1 bale sicks, 1 bal iel currants, ¿\ tieiees tobacco (tianshippcd ex Ghee ver), Oidei , .¿80 sheep, Bojs A- Hall
NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 24 July 1860
NEW SOUTH WALES.. » ? 1 ^ Wo extract some further items of nowa from tho Sydney papera : Waes^Lfnr n° °' Uw «"""T o1' *&lt;w South Tieá!siú v h? nf IU°T^ pnaia into Ulü CoIo'»'il luasi,iy m e!lci( vwlol, 0l . tho last throe years, and in «ich of those years, vtlsas follows!^ WAI, Ol' ncVIJKDJJ AND OWiliß RI.VBU'TO, lR^7-8. 1858-Í). iftifinn September... ¿313,10.3 ¿350,**» JfÄ December.... 2SS.780 ,iop\m *i&lt;«,,J/i» Juno. j^m Wim Al? Vu* YBAi^Lüdnan JBi,307,lW 011,415,097 tho nubliolni.?8 "it °V *?> comparativo amount of out ?W > r n° °W fl"a,'t01't0 (imvtcr tbrough to tit'inn1 'r tV° y°íie' 1'rom tho T of April.U&y, amount i (.nr.hUT;,1Sl;0i w,d,Uw its con^J'ituvo Stf tho2 yetr^ c-1>->-!»^ cj.uu.tU and tiiíno»iAníí tll> i1'^two wrtow with «wy of BaVhî, L k^"' V%S)' "*. ^'"W «f Moreton Ita .-SÄ" n>HT'r!ltu «»>viiy,oiulfiwU that dato [ our^Ä * ^ a,'USüa t0 b° ÍnClUd0d in ' GovííínnííÍMÍ. 1ÎWT:-}V° widerstand that tho ninni » ilulvo'^ed by...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. HOBART TOWN MARKETS. Metcury Office, Monday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 24 July 1860
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. l ^ _ \ -*? HOBART TOWN MARKETS. Metcury Office, Monday Afternoon. Neït to nothing was doing in the gi am market to daj business in fict seeming almost entneh suspended AN heat is quoted as befoi e foi oats ind bailtj theicis no mquuy Ifaj goes oil \ci} blonly it foimei ¡luces loose and country piessed still fetching horn i.b to ¿E7 per ton iceoi ding to qtt dtty The potatoe uuiket is much dcpicsscd and puces aie lower Horn is pnct but puce» leiuam at Ü21 toü22 peí ton accoidin0' to quantity foi fiist qualities
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 24 July 1860
SMOKED BREAKFAST BACON. SALE by the UNDERSIGNED, a Lot of 0" Very Superior Bacon, Fed, Cured, and Smoked By Mr. E. SHOOBRIDGE, New Norfolk, EXPHESSLY FOR FAMILY USE. WM. HEBBLEWHITE, 21 Morrison-street, Franklin Wharf. Free Beading Boom and Library. IN consequence of tho great amount of Sickness in tho City, the Reading Room in Macquario-strcet will be closed for a short period.. By Order of the Committeo. July 2-1. Passage Money £11 and Upwards. Blackwall Lino of Packets. FOR LONDON DIRECT. To sail punctually on TUESDAY, 7th AUGUST. The ronowned Clipper Ship "SWIFTSUE E," 1500 Tons, A 1 at Lloyd's, W. B. PiiYCE, Commander. Belonging to Messrs. Green of Blaokwall. Tho above-named celebrated vessol has estab- lished so high a reputation in this trado that it is scarcely nooeasary to rofer to tho numerous sue. cessfnl passages which alio hos accomplished. F A li K s First cabin according to tho accommodation required. second cabin £33, including steward'^ at- tendance. Third cabin JB1...
POLICE COUET. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 24 July 1860
POLICE COUET. -«. MONDAY. Before tho Eight Worshipful the Mayor. Two drunkards wore each fined 10s., and sis brawlers 5s. each. Caroline Edwards, charged with behaving in an indecent manner in tho streets, was discharged. Michael Lowry, a young lad, was bound in good behaviour for threo months as a common disturber of the peace. Stealing Money.-Selina Welsloy, 1.1., female advanced in years, was charged with stealing on tho 22nd instant í¡2 in silver, and 1 sovereign, the moneys of George Burrows, Murray-street, and remanded to the 24th instant. Chimnies on Piee.-Hadley v. Bradley.-In this caso John Bradley of Brisbane-street, was charged with permitting his chimney to be on firo on tho 13th instant. Mr. Edmonds, Argylé-streot, appeared for tho defendant, and pleaded guilty to tho charge, stating that Bradley was in a dying state, and had been for some time. His Worship dismissed the case. Hadley v. Allison.-This was a similar in- formation against Edward Allison, Elboden Place. , T...
BRITISH COLUMBIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 24 July 1860
BRITISH COLUMBIA. Lucky Miners.-By tho last trip of tho Hen- rietta, from Fort Hope, three minors came down, satisfied already with the substantial result of their exertions at tho now bar mentioned in our last. One of thom made 81000 in two weeks, but the water rising rapidly, ho was obliged to quit. Ho has since sole] his claim to good advantage. NcuT Westminister Times (British' Columbia), April 11. A Chinaman died at Fort Yalo some days since, being the first of that race to die in British Colum- bia.-Ibid. Gold.-The amount of gold brought down in Ballou's Express last trip was 523,000. About SIQ.QOO, cauie by private hand. Upwards of !>32,000 go down to Victoria'to-day by Ballou's Express; and a ¡arge amount in the hands of pas- sengers.-Md. The Minks.-Three miners,' a Dutchman, an Irishman, and an American, arrived on board tho Otter, having made each 90p dol, in flyn weeks on Kanaka Bar. The dust was of voiy good quality. They left on account of the river rising. After sta...
WRECKS OF THE BRIG PHANTOM, SCHOONERS MARGARET AND FREDERICK GRIFFITHS, AND CUTTER AGNES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 24 July 1860
WRECKS OF THE URIG PHANTOM, SCHOONERS MARGARET AND FREDERICK .GRIFFITHS, AND CUTTER AGNES. July ¿3th.-My telegram of last evening, re- porting tho wreck off the port of the brig Phantom and BOhooner Margaret, being necessarily somewhat hurried and brief, I now give the particulars more at length. It Mew a strong gale here yesterday morning from the south-south-west, and about noon several vessel«, most of thom driven bock by stress of weather (naring sailed from hero the day previous), were endeavouring to enter the port, .there being at the timo a heavy sea outside. The .brig Phantom, Captain Hayward, was then working .in, and was on the starboard tack, standing towards JJobby's, when theschooner Margaret, being on the port tack, and endeavouring to go to windward of :the brig, crossed tho hitter's hawse, and thereby lost lier own masts mid becamo unmanageable _her decks being cleared ol' every thing by the ?cjllisiou. The schooner Ilcraileau, in ballast, having just then anchored ...
FIJI. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 24 July 1860
FIJI. Tho following has boon received from a rosidont atFiji:-r Port Kinnaird., Fiji, Mih May 1SG0. My Dear Sir,-You will bo pleased to seo that our new settlement is progressing' famously. Already wo count thirty souls, and every ono in good spirits, Several of ,tho town lots aro taken up, and many moro ofthohuudrod.acro allotnionts. The first atora is comwoncod-tho first sign-board in Fiji has shown Itself over tho blacksmith's door, and the half-donon carpontors have as much work as thoy can do. Those who havo taken up tho farming lots aro busily engaged clearing their lands for dofioii. Thoy havo all been able to procure nativo labourers, to fell the trees, clear off tho bush, aud to work generally in tho field. The readiness tho neighbours ha ve evinced f o labour has oxeuodnd my most sanguino expectations. They aro all pajil in cloth or other lnorehiuidisu. A wharf lias boen 'piado by the ' Consul-¡i rudo one, made of (.tonos mid logs, run out for tho eoiivomcuco 0Ï Kitu, Alto...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 24 July 1860
Steam for Melbourne, Twofold Bay» and Sydney. THE T.S.N.Co's Steam- ship ."TASMANIA," J. Clinch, commander, will leave &lt;br the above ports _ on WEDNESDAY 25th July, at noon, Famsto TwosoidBa*, The nearest Port to the Diggings. Saloon . & X « . Steerage. 3 IO O Children under 13 yean of age in proportion. benj M CUNNmGHAMi Manager T. S. N. Co. Franklin Wharf. July 23rd, 1860. WANTED a Respectable Woman as a GENERAL SERVANT. Apply to Mrs. HUTCHINSON, Troy Cottage, New Town Road. 24j ANTED TWENTY QIJAR&YMEN. Apply to Messrs. GOWLAND and STANNARD. No. 84 Bathurst-gtreet ; or, at the (Quarries, Stringy Bark Hill. 28 j WANTED n strong active GIRL to make herself generally useful. Apply at No. 9, J)e Witt-street, Battery Point.' 24 i Servants ! Servants ! ! SERVANTS with good characters may always be obtained at MESSRS. PATEY & CO'S, BE GIS TEY OPTIC ES, (Opposite Gonn al Post Office.) Waiting Room ¿pen from 9 till C. ANTED-Generil Servants, Cooks, Housem...
QUEENSLAND. (From the Argus Correspondent.) Brisbane, July 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 24 July 1860
QUEENSLAND. -« (From the Argus Correspondent.) Brisbane, July 4. Tlio Inffnenxa has been very prevalent during I the past week, aud its attacks unusually sevoro. Maavy pensons have been entirely confined to thoir beds. Little has boon .done cither in tho Assembly or in tho Council since wy last communication.' In tho Upper House, the Kstimares havo boeu advanced a stage or two ; and, on Friday, certain resolutions, having reference to the debt between this colony and Now South Wales,, vyorç brought forward by the Colonial Secretary, ond discussed in committee. A bill is shortly to be brought in for Ino np- ' -liointmenfc of tho throe commissioners who aro to ' represent this colony in tho settlement of this question. It was íosolved, also, that the basis of .the instructions of such commissioners bo tho jirinciplos laid down in the minuto of tho Executive 'Council of New South Wales, January 15, 1857; ..that the Executive ol' Queensland also shall, from timo to time, confer with suc...
THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND. THE BATTLE OF PUKETAKAUERE. [SOUTHERN CROSS.] [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 24 July 1860
THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND. &nbsp; THE BATTLE OF PUKETAKAUERE. &nbsp; [SOUTHERN CROSS.] This battle—the word skirmish, which has been applied to it, is a misnomer—appears to be the worst reverse that we have suffered in all our engagements with the natives. Okaihau was bad, for we failed to take a pa that was almost defence- less ; but our credit was redeemed by Captain Denny, &nbsp; who turned a deaf ear to the recall, and scattered to the winds a strong party of the enemy who had lain in ambush. The loss at Ohaeowhai was more severe than that which we have now just suffered, but no discredit was attached to the ill-success save only to the officer in command, who committed an act of madness, launching men forward to pull down a strong palisade with their hands. We did &nbsp; not lose prestige there among the natives, but abso- lutely gained more than we had before. It is a fact, that the defenders of the pa were struck with a sort of terror at seeing th...
LATE EUROPEAN NEWS. (Translated for the Sydney Morning Herald from the Constitutionnel of the l9th May) [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 24 July 1860
LATE EUROPEAN NEWS. (Translated for the Sydney Morning Herald from the Constitutionnel of the l'Jlh May J We extract for the information of our readers the following passages from the columns of the Constitutionnel relative to the expedition of Garibaldi and the present state of Sicily : We have received intelligence from a trust- worthy source announcing to us that, up to noon on the 16th ol May, no fighting had yet taken place between the Royal (Neapolitan) troops, and the volunteers who landed at Mai sala. At Naples it was even doubted whether Garibaldi was actually in Sicily at all. . The same channel of intelligence informs us that General Lanza, who passes for a good soldier of a moderate character, had been depatched to Palermo with the most extensive powers. Elsewhere the same paper says : - lu the midst of the uncertainty which yet hangs over the affairs of the two Sicilies, it" is not surprising that the wildest rumours slmuid sometimes find belief. Thus we have-even been ...
AFFAIRS IN TARANAKI. [FROM THE SYDNEY EMPIRE.] [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 24 July 1860
AFFAIRS IN TARANAKI. [FROIM THE SYDNEY EMPIRE.] Our Nelson Correspondent, a settler of New Ply- &nbsp; mouth, and who arrived in Sydney by the Prince Alfred yesterday morning, has called at our office and communicated a good many interesting par- ticulars respecting the state of matters in the disturbed districts of New Zealand. He is, we believe, a trustworthy man ; he is well known, and has given us references of the highest respectability. The account which he gives of the state of the New Plymouth settlers is truly de- plorable. They have all been driven into the town, which is now crowded to excess. Their houses, many of thom substantial erections, have been, so far as it is known, almost entirely des- troyed by the insurgent natives. Their sheep, horses, and cattle, which of course had to be left without any one to attend to them, have been des- troyed by the natives, or dispersed to a great ex- tent. He fully bears out all that has been said of the misconduct of Colon...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 24 July 1860
Tliii Sty Tuesday» 84th Xnitant. Chair«, Looking-eUuats, Ac. Messrs. Burn & Co., Will Sell by Auction, At their Mort, Elizabetk-street, On TUESDAY next, 2-lth instant, at eleven o'clock, SLX Dozen HALL CHAIRS-l ?16 ditto-2 4 flozon cane chairB 28 ditto looking glasses, assorted sizes 0 dressing classes 0 ditto, with drawers 15 pieces crinoline Terms at sale. Thursday, 26th July. ' 'Saw Table and Circular Saws, Carpenter's Tools, Mouldö, Gilding materials, ¿te. &c. Messrs. BUEN & Go. : "Have received instructions from Mr. S. Spurl- ing (who is giving up the frame milking trode) to sell by auction, athis late sliop, Liverpool street, oppobite Messrs. J. Perkins and Co., , on THURSDAY next, the 2(!th hist., at 12 o'clock precisely, without reserve, A'CAPITAL Circular Saw Table with driv- ing wheel to work by hand, Veneer and Ripping Saws complete. A variety of valuable carpenter's tools, gilder's tools, carved wood moulds for making composi- tion ornaments of ne...
THE MERCURY. TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 24, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 24 July 1860
THE MERCURY. &nbsp; TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 24, 1860. THE Hon. Captain LANGDON when in England left no stone unturned to bring under the notice of those in whose hands the information was likely to be turned to a good account the many great advantages possessed by Tasmania as a field of emigration and the many induce- ments we could hold out to people desirous of immigrating. When we consider how large an amount of money has been expended by this Colony in order to secure the benefits to be derived from the steady influx of labor, and contrast that amount witli the scarely percepti- ble influence its expenditure has exercised upon our material progress, we are compelled to acknowledge that the system we have all along adopted has been radically bad and altogether inefficacious. Impressed with this conviction we have over and over again pointed out to the government the desirability of adopting a more enlightened and a more modern policy. Hitherto we have done little else than ...