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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 23 August 1860
Steam to Melbourne. Return Tickets. Return Tickets. THE T. S. N. Company's Steamship " CITY OF HOBAßT," Alfred Darbv, Commander, S8& will leave for MELBOURNE, on WEDNESDAY, 22nd August, al three p.m. FABSS. £ s. d. Beturn Tickets, available for two months or four voyaged... 12 10 0 Single Passage, Saloon. 7 0 0 Single Passage, Steerage. 3 10 0 Children under 12 years of age in pro- portion. BENJ. M. CUNNINGHAM, Manager, T.S.N. Co. Franklin Wharf, August 10th, 1860. For Launceston. THE favorite SCHOONER «W. B. DEAN," M'Eacheran, Master, _ila now loading, and will have quick despatch for the ¡above port. Early application for freight is requested. Apply lo - MANING BROTHERS. , New, Wharf, , 21st August, I860. te SNOWY RIVER. For Sydney, via Twofold Bay. THE well known BARQUE DON PEDRO II., G. W. Evans, Commander, _tWill sail for the above port with the usual despatch. For freight or passage apply to WM. FISHER, 25a Franklin Wharf. For Twofold Bay and Sydney. THE fast sailing B...
THE EXCURSION TO PORT ARTHUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 23 August 1860
THE EXCURSION TO PORT ARTHUR. ON Saturday morning last tho steamer Cullodon, Capt. Gourlay, loft the Franklin Wharfntafew minutes past 9 o'clock for Port Arthur. She had been chartered by the Government to convey the Joint Committee of both Houses of Parliament to the various stations on Tasman's and Forestier's Peninsulas, an inspection of them being deemed necessary before bringing up any Report upon the advisability or otherwise of throwing open all or any portions of the lands in those vicinities Amongst those on board were the Hon. the Colonial Secretary, the Hon. T. Y. Lowes, M. L. C, the Hon. J. M. Wilson, M. L. C, the Hon J. H. Wedge, M. L. C. Messers. C. Meredith, C. S. Henty, W. R. Allison, T. G. Gregson, J. D. Balfe, J. K. Archer, F. J. Houghton, A F. Rooke, J. Maclanachan, F. Lipscombe, and George Marshall Mem- bers of the House of Assembly; the Director of Public works ; the Inspector of Police ; and several influential citizens amongst whom we might name C. Degraves Es...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 23 August 1860
POLICE BOSTER,-The Msgistrates on the Roster for to-day are A. Garrett and U, B, Tonkin, Esas. WE beg to draw attention to the solo of %â tons of Liverpool Coarse Salt, and 5 tons of Pine Salt at the Constitution Dock this day, at half post 10 for 11 o'clock, alongside tho Don Pedro.-Tho Auc- tioneers aro W. A. Guerdon and Co-(ADVT) WE havoboen requested by W. A. Guesdon and Co.. to direct attention to the continuation of the unreserved salo of tho stock-in-trade of tho lato Mr. Benjamin on the premises Liverpool-street, this day commencing at 11 precisely, wth lot all in the catalogue.-(ADVT) ODD FELLOWS' BAND.- At a meeting, duly con- vened, of Brothers of the Order, interested in this Band, held on Monday evening, at the Practice Room Harrington-street, it was unanimously resolved, "That a Public Ball, the tickets to be moderately priced, should be given on Thursday fortnight, the 6th of September, to defray from the proceeds the balance now required to complete the Band Instru- ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 23 August 1860
ON SALE, by the Undersigned. TWENTY-EIGHT BALES Strone full sized GUNNY BAGS, 7s. 3d. por Dozen. HEAVY WOOLPACKS, 4s. each. 80,000 feet Tongued & Grooved Pino FLOOR ING BOARDS. 100 Cases PIPES, 10 Gross each, 12s. 6d. per CaBO. 50, Cases White Wine VINEGAR, one Dozen each, 9s. per Case. Alexandre's HAEAIONIUMS at reduced prices. Splendid PIANOFOBTE, Of' ootaveB, £3». 100 Cases Cano Soatod AMERICAN CHAI ES 1 Dozen each, 52s. per Case. Coses Wood Seated Do CHAIRS, 48s per Dozen Cane Seated Folding CHAIES, 2s. 6d and 3s. each. Thirty Cases Cane Seated and Back BOOKING CHAIES 1 BAGATELLE BOAEDS Complete, 60s each. Cases of TUMBLEBS, 4s. and 4s. Od.per Dozen Oases of WINE GLASSES, Cut, 3s. Od. por Dozen, Largo KITCHEN BANGE, OVEN, and TÎOILKR, 60s. Amorican CLOCKS in great variety, from 12s each. Hair Seated BOOKING CHAIRS. Case of CHARTS, Cheap. BOOM PAPER, Od. eaoh. GOLOSHES, 30s. per Dozen. EATIONTEA, Black, £3 per Half Chest. TIN BLACKING, Is. Cd, per Dozen. Coleman's BLUE, 9...
EXPIREE PAUPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 24 August 1860
I EXWBEU FÁUl'EBS. . I Dr. BUTLER seeing the Attomey-Genoral was not in the House proposed to postpone Iris reso- lutions until such time as tho Premier should be restored to health. Tho COLONIAL TREASURER speaking for the government said that as tho question would not embarrass the Ministry as such, and as they were, on the whole, of the same opinion as the House, it would be bettor to go on with the resolutions that night. Mr. ALLISON wished to mention a point which might guide tho Houso in its course. It had been argued tliat to send these expirée paupers home would savour of inhumanity and that they them- selves would not be very ready to accept tho scheme. In answer to this, ho would read a letter which Mr. Patoy of the London Labor Office, Hobart Town, had boen good enough to address to him. Ry this letter it appeared that many persons of the class under consideration were in such indigent circuin&tauces as not to be able to go home, who yot would, when home, be able t...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE MER[?]URY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 24 August 1860
TO THE EDITOB OP THE MEB01JRY. Sie,-I shall feel obliged to you if you will allow mo to supply an omission in your report of the discussion on the vote for a Minister at Perth. I stated that the Rev. Mr. Stackhouso, when he accepted tho cure of Longford, consented to re- tain that of Perth also, (though he gave up the salary and allowances,) because he thought that in the ovent of State Aid being abolished, that parish would not be able to support a Minister. Subse- quently, the parishioners having expressed their dissatisfaction at the loss of the morning and even- ing services,which were replaced by a service in the afternoon, be considered it incumbent upon him to resign the cure altogether, thus leaving the par- ishioners at liberty to make arrangements for the appointment of another Minister. I am, Sir, Your obedient Servant, WILLIAM ARCHER. Davey-street, 23rd August, 1860.
MINISTERS IN PARLIAMENT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MERCURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 24 August 1860
MINISTERS IN PARLIAMENT. TO THE EDITOB OP THE MERCUBY. Sir,-When the clause of tho Constitution Act which excludes Ministers of Religion from Parlia mentwas under discussion.a few voices were raised m warning, but thoy were unheeded in the rush of patriotic legislators to settle onco for all the exercise of civil rights in the community. It was foreseen that sooner or later this prohibition would involve Parliament in difficulty, and imposo a task which no Parliament is competent to discharge without turning itself into a High Court of Ecclesiastical Judicature. Now, Sir, waiving all reference to whatever of personal animus there may bo in the question just raised regarding Mr. Crookes, I ask how can Par- liament scltlo the matter ? Is the honorable gen- tleman a Minister '( It is an Ecclesiastical ques- tion which if put to the whole community would elicit discordant answers, which no one is morally competent to deal with but the authorities of the religious body of which he is a m...
PARLIAMENT OF TASMANIA. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Thursday, August 23rd. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 24 August 1860
PARLIAMENT Oí1 TASMANIA. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Thttosday, August 23rd. The PRESIDENT took his seat at four minutes past 4 o'clock. PETITION. Mr. BUTTON presented a petition from the minister and office-bearers representing the We3 leyau congregation at Launceston against any increase in the grant for ecclesiastical purposes. Received and read. Sir. BUTTON also presented a petition from the ministers and deacons of the Congregational Chapel, S. John's Square, Launceston, praying that steps might be taken for the speedy abolition of State Aid to religion. Received and read. Mr. BUTTON also presented a petition from the minister and deacons of the Independent Chapel, Taniar-street, Launceston, against State Aid to religion, but it was withdrawn in consequence of being wrongly addressed. NOTICES OF MOTION. Mr. BUTTON to move that tho petitions pre- sented by bim to-day be printed. (To-morrow.) Mr. WEDGE to move for tho correspondence of Mr. Rose with the Colonial Secretary, between the 2...
COMMERCIAL. HOBART TOWN MARKETS. Mercury office, Thursday Afternoon [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 24 August 1860
COMMERCIAL. TIOBAItT TOWN MARKETS. I Jlfcreury Oßcc, Thursday Afternoon. I Nothing whatever waa doing in tlio wheat market to-day; nor in fact in any description of grain. Hay is rather lower, loose being quoted al JC5 10s to XG 10s. per ton according to quality and couutry pressed at J35 to £1}. Potatoes, if anything, uro slightly better. , , Butlitllu is doing in flour, which however is still quoted at JC21 lo JC22 per ton according lo quantity for first qualities. Bran Is. 5d to Is. Od. per bushel.
WYENING SITTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 24 August 1860
WYENING SITTING. j Tho SPEAKER was about to put tho amend- ment of tho Colonial Treasurer, wlion Tho COLONIA!/ TREASURER asked leavo to withdraw it, which was refused. WV, ROOKE moved that a Committee of Privi- leges bp appointed for thopresontSasBion, to which Hun question shall bo rol'orred. Mr. CHAPMAN would cordially support that. Mc was so satisfied that tho Houso had boon on a wong com! before the iidjotunmout that ho hod called for a division. The motion waa thon pul and passed, ft¡¡.'} tho Coramijitee (by ballot), named as follows :-Messrs. Smith, Adams, Ofllcer, Archer (W.), Gellibrand, .Maclanachan, and Henty with power to/ send for persons and papers, j
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 24 August 1860
MARRIAGES. On the 23rd hist., at St. David's Cathedral, by the Lord Bishop of Tasmania, assisted by the Venerable Archdeacon, William J. CLARKE, Esq., of St. Kilda, Victoria, to MARY, second daughter of John Walker, Esq., Barrack-street, Hobart Town. DEATHS. At his residence, the Rainbow Inn, New Town Road, on Tuesday, 21st instant, MR. THOMAS HOLDEN, aged 46 years. Friends are respectfully invited to attend his remains to the place of inter- ment on Saturday, 25th instant, at 2 o'clock. No circulars will be issued. a 25 THE LATE THOMAS HOLDEN. &nbsp; The friends, and particularly the Brethren of the A. & I. O. O. F., are respectfully invited to attend the funeral of the late Mr Thomas Holden, which will move from the Rainbow Inn, New Town Road, on Saturday the 23th instant, at two o'clock. a 25
PROBABLE RUPTURE BETWEEN ENGLAND AND AMERICA. (FROM THE TIMES.) [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 24 August 1860
PROBABLE RUPTURE BETWEEN ENG- LAND ANP AMERICA. fjKOM TUE HUES.) There ia no' class of her citizens of which America has better reason to he proud than of the officers of har army. Educated, for the most , part, in the delightful and romantic solitude of West Point, shut out from the busy world around them by a gigantic chain of mountains on the one side and the circling course of tho Hudson ">n tho other, and subjected to a discipline which teaches them to command themselves and others, the officers of the American army join to a full share of the national intelligence an amount of modesty and gentleness which we may bo permit- ted to say is not quito so universal among their fellow-countrymen as some other moro brilliant qualities. In the nursuanco of a profession pe» culiarly arduous and ill remunerated, pos- sessed of tho knowledge «vhich, ac- cording to tho European system, is subdivided among half a dozen services, tho- roughly understanding tho duties of infantry and caval...
THREE HUT POINT. CLEARED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 24 August 1860
THREE OTT POINT. CLEABED OUT. August 20.-Eliza Goddard, schooner, 191 tons. Gascoigne, for Melbourne, with piles and timber. . August 15.-Montezuma, barque, 133 tons, Mcintyre, for Melbourne, with sawn timber. EXT0ET8. Montezuma, for Melbourne-60,000 feet sawn timber, Boyle & Co. Eliza Goddard, for Melbourne-90 piles, 10,000 &nbsp; feet sawn timber, Boyle A; Co.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 24 August 1860
Coroner's Inquest.-An inquest was held yes- terday, at twelve o'clock, at the Eagle Hawk Inn, New Town Road, before A.B. Jones, Esq., coroner, and a respectable jury, touching the death of Thomas Holden, late landlord of the Rainbow Inn, on the New Town Road, who died suddenly there on Tuesday evening last, while having his tea. After hearing the evidence of Dr. Hall, who made a post mortem examination of the body, and other witnesses, the jury returned a verdict of "died &nbsp; from natural causes," to wit, by the rupture of the descending vena cava. We have been requested by W. A. Guesdon and Co. to direct attention to the continuation of the unreserved sale of the stock-in-Trado of the late Mr. Benjamin, on tho premises, Liverpool-street, this day, commencing at 11 o'clock, prompt, with Lot 032 in tho catalogue.-(Advt.)
MAYOB'S COURT. THURSDAY, AUGUST 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 24 August 1860
MAYOB'S COUBT, THURSDAY, AUGUST 23. Befobe tho Right Worshipful the Mayor. The following informations by the City Inspector wore disposed of as under : William Barker, High-street, waa fined 10s and costs for removing offensive matter from tho wharf between the hours of 5 and 11. Thomas Clark, Antil-street, was fined 5s and costs for permitting offensivo liquor to flow from bis premises upon and over the footpath of the said street. George Hays, Liverpool-street, was fined in a like sum for a similar offence. Mary Glodwin, also of Liverpool-street, was fined 10s. and costs for allowing two goats, her property, to be at large in Campbell-street. Police Rostes.-The Magistrate» on the Roster for to-day ore P. A. Downing and C. M. Maxwell Esqrs. The Weatoeb.-After a continuance of dry weather, unseasonable here at this period of the year, a change took place on Wednesday evening, and some slight showers fell daring the night, being followed yesterday morning by a moro copious fall, and ...
PAELIAMENTARY PAPER. OUR MARINA CABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 24 August 1860
PARLIAMENTARY PAPER. OUR MARINE CABLE. The following Report from Mr. Savage of his recent proceedings in connexion with the injury sustained by our Marine Cable was laid on the Table of the House of Assembly last evening by the Colonial Treasurer ¡-. REPORT. Launceston, August 21st, 1860, SIR.-I have the honor to submit to you the following report of my proceedings. On the 2nd of May, in pursuance of my instruc- tions, I took possession of the " Ira" schooner, sixteen tons burthen, and fitted her suitably for the expedition from which I have just returned, (viz., to*"asceïtàin Çho' position' 'aiity liingnitu'do' of tho fault in tho Submarino Cable nc'rosB the Bass' Straits) she being tho most suitable vessel then offoi'ing for that purpose. On tho saino day I employed fivo men at a salary of six pounds per month to work the vessel and assist iu tho neces- sary opérations, On tho 3rd of May I was towed by tho Tamar tug to George Town, whore I was detained by a strong westerly galo un...
POLICE OFFICE. THURSDAY, August 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 24 August 1860
POLICE OJJTICE. THUESDAY, August 22. Before W. Tarleton Esq., P.M. One person, charged with drunkenness was fined 5s., and one offender 10s., and one female charged with using obscene langur go was fined 5s.,and two disturbers of the peace were fined 3s. each. "Assaulting the Police.-Jeremiah Higgiugs charged by constable Dore with disturbing the peace and fiued 5a for that oflbnce.was also charged with assaulting the constable in the execution of his duty. Defendant pleaded guilty. Tho constable stated that defendant stabbed at him three times with a clasp knife, cutting through his coat the first time; defendant was in liquor but was well able to take cave of IviniFelf. Mr. Tarleton observed that this practice of using the knife called for a severe check, and ordered de- fendant to pay ¿¡5, and in default of payment to bo imprisoned for two calendar months, Before "W. Tarleton, arçd Ii, B, Tonkin, and A. Garrett, Esqrs. Common Disturber.-On tho information of constable Walker, Eup...