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LATER FROM TARANAKI. ARRIVAL OF GENERAL, PRATT. INCREASED DISSATISFACTION WITH COLONEL GOLD. NO MELBOURNE MINISTRY FORMED. [BY EIECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] Mercury Office, Monday 10 45 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 21 August 1860

LATER FROM TARANAKI. ARRIVAL OF GENERAL, PRATT., i INCREASED DISSATISFACTION WITH COLONEL GOLD. NO MELBOURNE MINISTRY FORMED. [.BY EI.KCTIUC TELEOKAPJI.} Mercury Office, Monday IO 45 n,tn. Tho Black Swan has arrived nt Georgo Town, bringing intolligonco from Taranaki to tlio 4th August, recoived by tho City of Sydney, from Sydney. Wo liavo recoived tho following mossago which, wo hasten to publish . I Taranaki, 4th August.-General Pratt, arrived 1 at Taranaki yesterday and was received, by Colonel I Gold. Tho natives had become vory troublesome 1 and had commenced a system of plundering under the very nose of tho troups, but Colonel Gold wonld not allow the soldiers to fire.. Intenso dissatisfaction prevailed, and'the ¿on. séquences might havo boon serious but for General Pratt'a timely arrival. Sovoral bfciriniBhes had takon placo but thora had becu no actual engagement. A farmer accompanied by three artifleryiMrx m g CBooit was roturning homo and all were fittarjjtf j. and only tw...

Publication Title: Mercury, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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[BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] TAMAR HEADS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 21 August 1860

[Bl" ELECTRIC TEUXIBAnr.] TAMAR HEADS. August 20.-Black Swan, steamer, from Mel- bourne. SAILED. August l8.-Circassian, schooner, for Hobart Town. '?- August 20.-Eoyal Shepherd, steamer, for Mel- bourne. Augnst 20.-Wind, S.E. Bav, 80'30. Therm. .* 44. ARRIVALS and DIIPABTUBKS at tho POUT OF HOHABT | TOWN, from tho 21st July, to tho 20th August, 1860, both inclusive. AttRIVED. July 21.-Tasmania, steamet, from Syduoy, na Twofold Bay. July 22.-Eclipse, schooner, from Port Albert ; NortU Star, brig, from Melbourne ; Circassian, schooner, from Launceston. July 24.-Urania, schooner, from Melbourne. July 30.-Boomerang, schooner, from Mel- bourne, via East Coast. July 31.-City of Hobart, steamer, from Mel- bourne, and Taranaki, Now Zealand ; Runnymede, barque, from whaling ; Mariposa, schooner, from Melbourne ; Flying JPisli, schoonor, from Geelong. August 2.-Scotia, schooner, from Melbourne ; floldsceker, schooner, from Melbourne. August 3.-Kinma Prescott, brig, from Mel liourne ,. Reindee...

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MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 21 August 1860

MISCULTANEOÜS SHIPPING. The arrivals mid dopai turca during the month have been 0:1 au average with those for several L ' months inuuedUvtely pt c-eediug, end len va nothing io call for i.iiecial remark ; but wkilbt wo cannot ii>u¿iwtulai.i> our nauUc.il lïioii'ïs ou Huch an im-i gravement in tho H'lboimiü, Goolong, Sydney, Adelaide, and Kew X.ojlund timber markets ne «.ouM ju'illfy a largo increase of «hiymout to tlio.so viit.s. we ni.iy notieo with satisfaction that thora Ins bro« n-, return, particularly in tho Melbourne . ihui'kp;, io lbat. .!' j. \vstM t ¡wo ol' ivilo whidi pro *, ' 'vailoil soun; r.lnvo mouth ; b ide, end v/o may add, also, thal a general fc.ilmtf IIUJ arisen, that inde- pendent of a moro animated export of timber to Twofold Bay to meet the demand for the Kiandra I diggings, a large passenger traffic has sprung" up between this portana Twofold Bay, of which many of our intercolonial tracers have latterly availed themselves, and of which tho Tasman inn St...

Publication Title: Mercury, The
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COMMERCIAL. COMMERCIAL RECORD. Mercury Office, August 21st, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 21 August 1860

COMMERCIAL. COMMERCIAL RECORD. j Mercury Office, Aiij/uat 21s«, 1800. Tlie Custom» llalums for tlio month ending J iib aistlBdO Bliow au excess in value of iwpoi is over exports lúa imports Dinountliig io £38 D10 (Hobart I iwn j^30 0,11 omi Launceston tHH37i) nil tho otpor s tu *51!13l (Hobin lowu ±18,801) md 1 auucoaloti jb u 18J>. leave u h*hmco in f Nor of impo s of jftJO W7, tho hal 1111.11 tho previous mouth buna iii favor of exports to tho uumunt of <.).! ..*!.> Comparing tlio uluru* for ilio post month with those lor July ISoJ no buil u ilioie.nju iu impon* of JCIICI», onil a dtoicaso in expoits til .t'.U'J, Hobart Xown fallowing II decrease fu unputs of JLJ 7 i mit] nu increase in exi orts ot ¿3,110, una I.uuitu.*>loii a docrt..isi in import« of4rdi)9ai »ni a, decri-aso in(.»portsol tH I'll, midas oOtupiredMitit the I'Lturus foi Julj I85tf, tta find mi liu.ruiB4 in impuits of i'oib» mid a decronsi in exports otátiJ bl, Hobart lunn ehowli g un iuiriasa lu ...

Publication Title: Mercury, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHIP MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 21 August 1860

SHIP MAILS. " MAIM will close at tho General Post Office, Hobart Town, as under : For Melbourne, per City of Ilohait, on to-mor 'row, at 2 p.m. For London, via Suez and Marseilles, per R. M. S. Salsette via Melbourne, on Wednesday 22nd inst., at 4 p.m. .. ' For London, via Suez and Southampton, ditto, . ditto, ditto. , . For Mediterranean Ports, via Suez, ditto, ditto, ditto, .For India, Cliina, Manilla, Batavia, A.c., via t Faint de Galle,ditto, ditto, ditto. For Mauritius, Cape of'Onod Hope, vioMaurititiR, ditto, ditto, ditto. For Swan Uiver, via Melbourne, ditto, ditto, ditto. For Adelaide and Sydney, via Melbourne, per first vessel ,dittn, at 5 p.m. For Melbourne, vi.i Liuncesloii, per Black Swan, ditto at .V80 p.m. P.S.-TiiroiiTANT NourK.-The French Transit Rate on Letlcis and Newspapers forKngland to be forwarded via Marseilles, and the British 1'ostage on Letters and Newspapers for British Colonies and Foreign Paits tinusmitted via tho United Kingdom, must bo prepaid by means...

Publication Title: Mercury, The
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PARLIAMENT OF TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 21 August 1860

PARLIAMENT OF TASMANIA. IM our last Summary wo announced the opening of tho Session of Parliament by His Excellency Sir Henry Young. Since that date, the House of Assem- bly has been engaged, in the consideration of tho Estimates in Çcjinmitfceo of Supply, and with th« exception ot somo reserved items, nearly tho whole of thurn havo been gone through. Of these reserved items the most important havo been those referring to the appropriations for ecclesiastical purposes. Tho disallowance by Her Majesty of the. "Act for the Abolition on terms of Stuto Aid to Religion" left this subject in the posi- tion in which it was used by the Constitution Act. The sum of ¿615,000 reserved by that Act, has been annually voted by parliament and paid direct by tho Treasury to clergymen, of certain denominations us Queen's Chaplains. It has been tho object of some members, especially of the Church of Eng- land, to secure a a redistribution of this vote so as to divest it of the character of a group of...

Publication Title: Mercury, The
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THE MERCURY. TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 21ST, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 21 August 1860

tu--?_! A«mMjMi»ca«-JW-MÍ--w^-. THE MERCURY". TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 21BT, 1SGO. I -.» IT will be in tho rooollectiqu of our English readers that a short tiuio ago two Bills were passed hero, and Bent homo lor the signification of Hor MAJESTY'S pleasure,-the one purporting to amend tho Constitution of the Legislativo Council, or Upper branch of the Tasmaniau Legislatura, I and the other abolishing, on certain terms, State Aid to Religion.' A3 these Bills caused somo dis- cussion in both Houses of the British Parliament they will be fresh in the recollection of all who take au interest in Tasmania. Tho Bill, to amend tho Constitution of the Legislative Council was allowed by Her MAJESTÏ notwithstanding that a petition signed by upwards of five .thousand colonists wits sent homo against its allowance; the Bill to abolijh State Aid to Religion ou terms was disallowed on the ground that uo suflicicnt regard hod boen paid to the vested interests of tho Clergy It would be uücdloss now to...

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THE LAND QUESTION IN VICTORIA AND TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 21 August 1860

'rilli T,AND QUESTION IN VICTORIA AND ' "' ' ' TASJIASW, THE political position of Victoria nt this momonr, | whore great resulta have been looked for from tho ©atnbliBhmonfc of tv liberal lund system, may bo in forted from the brief toicgram pnl|iishod in linothou pai t of this paper. That Mflbounio is without a MinULry : thnt tho leader of tho prin- cipal section of the opposition has failed in his oü'ortb to f >rm one, in tho first instance by himself, and in the bouond, in conjunction with tho leader of another jnlluonjiUl «.'«(.ion, ou tho ipnciplu <|i » coalition; and that tho IIouso of Assembly deoided aln'iost evenly on a motion to tho oll'ect that no go- vernment Hiumld bo tolor.ttod that was not pre paicd to iusiit on tho Land Bill, the impossibUity of forcing which through tho tipper House occa ?jonod the ictiromont of tho Nicb.oU.on Cabinet ; nio wuts il'M *°lt 'r 8f°!'y t'io fiçi'i'lciinno of which i-f not to lioiiiuleirjtapdby tfifisewit« aro I unrauiilia...

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COLONIAL POLITICS. THE SPECIAL CASE OF TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 21 August 1860

COLONIAL POLITICS. THE 8PKCIAL CASE OF TASMANIA. 1 No doubt we may learn much from the ci itieisms Of the English press on politics and society in Australia. It is at all time« a salutary thing to know the opinions that aro formed of us by men who look at Colonial questioiiB from an independent point of view. It is true they olton judge of UB fgnorantly, hut jf they have not the saino accurato ' knowledge of ch ciiaiçfcances that we may be supposed to possess, they aro piobably freo from other influences that are quite as powerful to becloud tho judgment as ignorance itself. When we tiike into consideration tho length of time over which the intimate intercourse of England with her Colonies has now spread; the numbers of persons who havo passed to and fro; the magnitude of the commercial relations between the two countries, and the prewmce in England of many gentlemen connected .with the lioino press or othovwiao attached to political life who have been amongst us und studied us on t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 21 August 1860

Steam to Melbourne. Return Tickets. Return Tickets. THE T S N. Company's Steamship " CITY OF HOBART," Alfred Dinby Commander, _ will karo for MEL BOURNE, on1 WEDNESDAY, 22nd Aupu3t, at three p m F ABES - e a a. Eeturn Tiokets, available for two months or four voyagea 12 10 C Single Passage, Saloon 7 0 0 Single Passage, Steerage S 10 0 Children under 12 years of age in pro- portion. BENJ. M. CUNNINGHAM, .Manager, T S N Co. Franklin "Wharf, August 10th, 1860 Steam to Melbourne. The Launceston & Melbourne Steam Navigation ?>nV-flnv«1 "Mail S ram Ship " BLACK \ SWAN," AiBXANDKtt T -,-,_WOODS, Commandei, will leave the Bar, Launceston, (under contract with the Tasmanian Government) immediately nftcr the arrival of the Hobart Town Mail ou THORS DAY next, the 23id instant For Freight or passive, Apply to GEORGE FISHES Agent Wharf, Launceston, August 16th. 22a For Twofold Bay and Sydney. THE BARQUE PET, , 400 tons J This well known and favourite yï^fc' passenger ship (nfter a tho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 21 August 1860

This Day, 21st August. S: Pine Mauritius Sugar. Messrs. Burn & Co., Will gell hy Auction, At their Mort, Elizabeth-street, THIS DAY, at 11 o'clock. EVENTY-SIX BAGS Fino MAURITIUS 8 U G A », In Lots to Suit. Terms at Sale. This Day. Tuesday, 21st August. Household Furniture and Effect1'. Messrs. BURN & Co. Have received instructions from Mr. Jos. Kerr^ (Who is leaving the colony,) To sell by Auction, On the premises, Liverpool-street, On TUESDAY next, tho 2lst instant, At 1 o'clock, without any reserve. THE whole of his Furniture and Effects, comprising the UBUHI assortment of sub- stantial Household Furniture, together with various domestic requisites. , On viow tho morning of sal?. Terms-(Jaili. Thfi Day. Tuesday, 21st August. Salad Oil in Pint«. 12 MESSRS. BURN & CO. Will Sell by Auction, At their Mart, Elizabeth-street, On TUESDAY next, the 21st instant, At elcvon o'clock, CASES FEAST'S FINE SALAD OIL in pints, 3 doz. each. Terms at Salo. This Day. Tuesday...

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THE MAYOR'S DINNER TO THE OFFICERS OF THE HOBART TOWN VOLUNTEERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 21 August 1860

THE MAYOR'S DINNER TO THE   OFFICERS OF THE HOBART TOWN VOLUNTEERS. On Thursday evening, the second of August, His   Worship the Mayor, Henry Cook, Esq, entertained the officers of the Hobart Town Volunteers and other guests at a grand banquet at Webb's, to which about forty gentlemen sat down, and which was of the most recherche character. Amongst the company were Capts. Tarleton, Solly, Stewart, Smith, Kilburn, Bateman, and Darby, the Rev. J. R. Buckland, Hon W. Carter, M.L.C, Adjutant Haggitt, Adjutant and Lieut Davies,   Lieutenantt Moriarty, Lieutenant Hood, Lieutenant Seabrook, Alderman Lewis, Rheuben, Seabrook. Lips- combe M.H.A, Butler, Crisp, Messrs. T. Giblin, W. Robertson, A. Kissock, R. Lewis, Pitt, the Town Clerk, Barrett, Gale, &c., &c. The dinner which consisted of four courses was served up in our colonial Gunter's best style     on china and plate, the viands being of the very best description, and ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 21 August 1860

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. BIRTHS. ARCHER—July 31, at Woolmers, Mrs Joseph Archer, of a son. BUTLER—August 13 at New Town, Mrs. J. Butler, of Shene, Bagdad, of a daughter. CAMPBELL—July 30, at No. 27 Davey-street, Hobart Town the wife of Major James Campbell, Madras Army, of a   daughter. CHANCELLOR —August 6, at the residence of her mother, No. 107 Macquarie-street, Mrs. Edward Chancellor, of a son.       COX—August 8, at her residence, Ouse, Mrs. Edward Cox, of a daughter. GODDARD—August 2, at Macquarie-street, Hobart Town, Mrs. Charles Goddard, of a son. HOGG—July 14, at her residence, Dunedin, Mrs. John Hogg, of a son. HULL—August 13, at the Grove, O'Brien's Bridge, Mrs. J. F.   O. Hull, of a daughter. LOWE—July 13, at Westbury, the wife of the Rev. W. Lowe, of a son. MURRAY—August 8, at Evandale, Mrs. W. K. Murray, of a son. MURRAY—August 7, at Clonmines, the wife of Mr. David Murray, of a daughter. PIE—July 2...

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THE MUNICIPALITY OF GLAMORGAN. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MERCURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 22 August 1860

THE MUNICIPALITY OF GLAMORGAN. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MEECUBV. DEAR SIB,-I have received tho enclosed letter from Mr. Graham, Warden of Glamorgan, tlio only district which has taken up Municipalities, as yet, in Tasmania.. ' . Mr. Grtlham'B remaiks arc tho result of actual oxpoiienco, and I esteem 'them ns vory valuable, Bhowingas thoydo, tho great benoflts resulting from people managing their own aftuirs by Mu- nicipal action. In tho hope they may give confidence to other districts to follow tho good example of Glamor- gan, I am induced to ask tho favor of your pub- lishing Mr. Graham's letter in your valuable newspaper, Dear Sir, Yours' faithfully, ' W. RACE ALLISON. August 21sc, 18C0. Swansea, 14th August, 18G0. MY Dr.An SIR,-I duly received, your letter and feel much plcasuro in roplyiug to it, as Hook upon you as tho real Introducer of Rural Municipalities in Tasmania. Glamorgan, us you aro of COUI'BO awaro, is thq only district in the colony at presout onjoying tlio bonofits and...

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EVENING SITTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 22 August 1860

EVENING SITTING. Dr. BUTLER iu continuati remarked that tho Observation of the Colonial Treasurer that the re- venue would not boar tho oxponso really did not touch the point, for the thing to bo shown was not that the roVenue would not moot thepxpons.but that the espouse was undowrnblo. As to ii- Limg near tho tune when Uley mu«b «(jam go baloo 35r constituents, that roomed (o Win to lmvo s di less weight a» au aigument, aud was a- ">ot"° fllmostiWiillnnimoiiP, nor wan such aconsideralio.) to d*bar the Mouse fromitndiity,if it lelt it its out,. He W»st, therefore, yoto against the motion. Mr. CBWKES suppo*ted tlio motion. Mr. MILLER agreed that it was undesirable to increase the taxation of the colony, but at the same time he could not but see that the Roman Catholics were hardly UBed. They were he thought especially entitled to consideration as possessing a Ministry in character unimpeachable, and also as being taken as a body tho poorest class of reli- gionists in the colony. ...

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HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, AUGUST 21ST. 1860. THE SPEAKER took the chair at 4 p.m. PETITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 22 August 1860

HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. . TUFSDAY, AUGUST 21RIV 18GG\ THE SPEAKER took the chair at 4 p.m.- ' "' l-ETITIONS. Mr. CROOKES presented throe petitions against State Aid to Religion irora longford, Westbury, and Deloraine, and five others lroin tho Baptist Congregation at Launceston, fiom tho minister and oflice bearers of Chalmers' Fioo Church, Laun- ceston, horn tho minister und oilieo bearer of St. John's Church, Launceston, from the pcoplo of Launceston, and from Mr. Charles Price and dea- cons of thoTamur-slroot CongregationJ.iaunccston, against any inciease to State Aid. Mr. CROOKES presented a petition from tho Launceston Chamber of Cîwamerco against any alteration in the Tariff» Mi. SHERWIN presented a petition from the minister and oifllco bearers of somo congregation (narnu inaudible) against any iucrcaso to State Aid. MESSAOJB Pioin Legislative Council announcing its concur- rence in the i «solution for a Joint Committee on tho Tariff. PETITION. Mr. ADAMS presented a petition from ...

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OPENING UP OF PORT ARTHUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 22 August 1860

OPENING UP OF PORT ARTHUR. Tho Joint-Committee of both Houses of Parlia- ment, appointed to enquire into the desirability of opening up the crown land 'within Tasman's Penin- sula, mid who proceeded thither on Saturday in the Culloden steamer, returned late op Monday night. During their brief visit every enquiry was insti- tuted, and investigation made compatible with the limited timo at their disposal, tho result of which will bo embodied in a report, accompanied by such suggestions as may bo adopted by the Committee. Until this report is bl ought up it would bo prema- ture and obviously impolitic to introduce the sub- ject, but when tho report is laid hoforo Pailiamcnt v.o thall otlbr such reinarles as may bo colled for on this interesting subject.

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CIRCULAR HEAD. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 22 August 1860

CIRCULAR HEAD. AJtllIVED. Auguct 21.-Abbey, schooner, from Melbourne. BAILED. August 21.-Victory, schooner, for Melbourne; Titania, steamer, for Launceston. Wind K, fine. '

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OUR SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 22 August 1860

OUR SUMMARY. Oui' subscribers and tho publie nre respectfully informed that our Monthly Summary for trans- mission to England, India, &o. per Salsetto, is now published, and can be obtained at this omeo, the mail closing at 4 o'clock thio afternoon, , Mercury Office, August 22ud. 18G0.

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PABLIAMENT OF TASMANIA, LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL, TUESDAY, 21ST AUGUST'; [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 22 August 1860

PABLIAMENT OF TASMANIA, LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL, TUESDAY, 21ST AUGUST'; I THE PRESIDENT took hi3 seat at five minutes ' past 4 o'clock. PETITION. Mr. WESTON presented a petition from 122 in- dividuals witliin the district of Longford, against the continuance of State Aid to Religion. Received and read. The COLONIAL SECRETARY bud upon the table a copy of the correspondence (moved for by the bon. member for Pembroke,) with the Com- manding Officer of the Launceston Volunteer Rifle Company, and also additional correspon- dence not included in the motion. Also a copy of the Report of Hie Commission ap- pointed to enquire into the Queen's Orphan Schools. Also copy of the Statistics of Tasmania, 1859. It was ordered that the two latter documents be printed. WANT OF CONFIDENCE IN THE MINISTRY. Mr. WHYTE wished to give notice of his inten- tion to move, after the business of the paper was disposed of, the Suspension of the Standing Orders to enable "lüni to make the following motion without pre...

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