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THE AMERICAN PRESIDENT'S PROTEST AGAINST THE RESOLUTIONS OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. (TIMES.) [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 5 July 1860
TOE AMERICAN PRESIDENT'S PRO ,TEST AGAINST THE RESOLUTIONS OP THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTA- TIVES, j (TjJIKS.) To the ÎTouse of Representatives, After a demy which has afforded mo ampi time for reflection, and after much and careful deljberation, 1 f)cc} myself constrained hy an irnperious sense of duty, as a co-ordinate branch of the Federal fjovernnieut, to protgst against the first t\yp i plauijes p,f tijc first reoolutipn adopted by tlio House of Representatives on the öthinst., »iid publiäliotl lu tlio (unyresslonal Globe on the succeeding day. These clauses are in the fallowing words ; Resol veil,-That a committcp of ftvp members be appointai by tho Spóítjie'r for t'lie purpose, first, of invistignting whotlier the President of the United States or any ofiicer of tho Govern- ment lias, h'/ money, patronage, or other iin nroper raeaik sought to iplluenpp the passage of any law ippertuining p tjio right? of any State'or territory ; and second,1 also to enquire into and invest iga'o w...
MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 5 July 1860
MISCELLANEOUS SIIIITING. Wulst a limn, belonging to tim schoonoi Tj ne, was in tilt nttol taking J. lint to tilt mouth ot tht dock, jOhteid ij, bj «lui li to to« tht \essel mto the Htieuin he utildentillj tellotciboud, md but that issistanee « is at liiuiil tht iiiiloituniitt ftllo«, \ ho tould not su mi, must lune mtt a watti \ gta\e AVe notice bj uihcitisenicnt that the Mannt Boiud li i\u talltil loi ttiidt hi (lit tom t J nutt of sloies to (ht Liglithou ts m Hit bti nts 'Hie stemm i Gi/illt. «as bold b> Aiittiou j of. teulaj bj Mi Lew is 'Coln n lol t!200 Mtssib cC Y Kobmson mil 1 Lillj «tit tht pmelnsois -7-xiimimi NEW LIHHOAI -"Vt tt ich \ w11 niti ltsting cxpeiuuouts wtiL 111 idt 111 tht um ii at Ijinithoust with lue lifeboats built bj älts&lt;-is foiitstt foi tilt Ita al National lifeboat In titution tin Spiinisli Govtinnitnt, and foi nu Austinli uitolony, m too pitstnco ol tilt ofliters of tIitnbo\e institution Mi Ztiluota Mi H1110, mid (tho gentlemen Hit boats ar...
Commercial Intelligence. HOBART TOWN MARKETS. Mercury Office, Wednesday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 5 July 1860
'Commercial Intelligence. HOBART TOWN MARKETS. Sieicunj OJicc, Wednesday Afternoon. A kw I ni eds ot wheat BOM to da j at Os per ttUKlic], but ti1'« tkuuuul ib \oi¿ inactive OatsandlisiilO ncaiiU} miot w lth anj aiquitj, tttd pmes, iciaa"u «is lw,t given Httj is in mulei black diuuiud but quotations aro uudiangid lacoe nuil toiuitiv pussid still ranging iiomXti to £ pti ton !/coului" toqualitj Potato.!, aio ay dial ot SUIL it £G U>£í¡ 10s pei ton Not mud) is doing ni Horn, windi ii» quoted ut £11 , Jl toil toi Ulbt qu&lltllJi Brim le Gd. to Is lid ¡KI bushel Mr Worlej sold at Ins mai t, this ino] nmg, tin co Shires in thelasuHumn Steam Nn.ii_fanoii Com- pati), itXí) und tinco ut ¿9 5s
LAUNCESTON, JULY 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 5 July 1860
LAUNCESTON, Jur.v 0. }ff&lt;mrtaqnoU&lt;ilutiVo)n.£lSto£l!); wheat, Bs. 3d. ttoHis. tkl. ; oats, ts. to -Is. !ld. ¡ ¿my, £1 IO.-Í. to i'ó j jñot» toes, J¡7, bugs in; butter, 1^ -JtL¿ broad 5id. J>JI-2 Ib. loaf; flour by tho bag, 4JR. "Another in the trado buys-In consequence of he.Uownward tondoney of the Melbourne market, oatb.cannot be quoted liighor than -lu.-Examiner.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OFF HOBART TOWN ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 5 July 1860
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. -V rûllT OF HOBART TOWN. ABItlVALS. Julj 1-ftltneoe lui out, 1(0 tons V, "White, from Port A Ibu t 0th ult with etttlt Agents Uojs i.Hill Pu-itngii &lt; ilnu-Mutti White COASIUlS INU IHM) July 4-Conniu/lit Eingti, Huon, ililli pota totK and tmibti tu Aitrn our Julj 4 -"Jjno, sclioonci 91 lons, Kiddle, foi Auckland, M / , with sundi its BAH i D Julj 4 -Tj ne, foi Auckland Hil OltTH PerGltncoe fioni Port Albtit-70 he id cattle, ordti EXPORTS Tyne-19 pockets liopB, JT> tons guano, Maning Bros, , 1 ti gulla pu sh t goods, 1 pin i ti lamp, M Cohen, » do7 bucktts 5 ntsts tubb, 1 C3 blops, 2 iipi mg tnrts 10 es1 s bttf, r0 li ys lime, 20 tons «tone, 21 gundstonts, 5 000 ittt tmibti, IO 000 Jiahngs üO ))ys potutots -IO ess ft mt IO do pim 4 do &lt;mie! f, ¿doliots, 4 pk¿¡, do, lo post mid rods, li Lipscoinbt
SPAIN AND MOROCCO. Madrid, April 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 5 July 1860
ÍVAUSS AND MOEOCOO. Madrid, April 10. It is asserted that the sonteuco of death againat General Oitega will be executed this evening. Universal tranmiilily prevails. Tho Moorish Plenipotentiaries aro expected at Totnan. The civil war in tho interior of Morocco prevented tho.ii from setting out at au earlier period. Tho Emperor of Morocco has boen obliged to pursue tho Pretender. The Times' correspondent, who has kept tho English public au couraut with tho events of the late war, lias left Africa, on tho 7th inst. writes from Cadiz, giving a general viow of tho campaign He awards tho chief praise to General Prim :-" If O'Donnell was tho head of the anny, Prim may justly bo called its right arm. By his conduct iu this war ho lias won himself a great position in' lus own country. A Lieutenant-General, rich and titled, lie left the ease of Paris to seek employment in au arduous campaign, and took the command of a small division-barely a major-general's command. AVith these troops ho toi...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE MERCURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 5 July 1860
TO THE EDITOR OF THE MERCURY. CIE-You would oblige ne by giving insertion to ~ lo v ob eiv_tions m rcplj to i lette- -Hinch appiued this norning m youl journal m icfcien"o to tlie Al uiamcs In«-t ite In taUii,; upon mj sch roi enlj to t/i coimmini cauji i euri pel to luiviiluoJ) ienmedpie um a-ous 0 ou'' o i 'ice on inj p t b nq; i ot only a n "_n be of 'LO Ii t uto but a me iil> i i lso of a Sub c nmit Co apiomrel to i ia! o - in, ae^tt, io tue L cuire S s ion and to c=.t bl ¡i ce «am 1a. es ci M ju atioi 1 cLa .»CLC m ion i°ition with th I istitutt Ph it anything should hi o cu -" 1 to disap no in tho mnubeii» o" tLi insticuie is uiueh to ue ii,ulled but e\ccpfc thru tlicie his bee i an oi us on iu not nra,; it publiclj knoui tli-t 1 tuie-. could not lie deluded lroon eortai ei l ifv> bo n dine s m i oliiei una oidJ 'e c i iso no 11 nue c m I think be imputed e tliei to the fee iitu.13 oi Man "eis li c nulli is feu tlrii, thf n ont Cominit'xc of t'e Hu.] n In titute hive bee...
LATEST DATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 5 July 1860
LATEST DATES. England. April 2G AsiEMCA: NewYoik . Awil 3 S^u Fnuiei:-co . Mar. .> Valparaiso . Mar. J Cape of Good Hope . Aprd 30 Miiuritiuj . Al,rjiî? CV-vion . May " Chum .- . April 2a Madias . May " fiombaj. M'iy V2A Calcutta.¡ . May * Singapore .* - k.' "' J ?Ty 7 Batavia.: ".'.j May 1 AUSTRALIA:«- COLONIES : Sydney. June 2rf Adelaide. Juno SO Melbourne .'... Juno 2ri Brisbane...- Jun&lt;> -° Perth .' 3ra-y 1(> XKW ZKAI.AN'D : Auckland . J""« 8 Wellington . Juno 1 Nü»on . J«ne ""' Otago . May 0 'JWuaki . Juuc 1
POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 5 July 1860
POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY. BEFORE R. POWER Esq., and D.T. Kilburn Esq. J.P. &nbsp; Two females, one for disturbing the peace and &nbsp; the other for using 0bscene language, were fined &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; 5s. each. &nbsp; LARCENY. &nbsp; &nbsp; James Baxter alias Jeremiah Regan was charged &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; by D.C. Morley, with feloniously stealing on the &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; 3rd instant, two chemises and a bonnet the pro- &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; perty of Catherine Haywood, and was remanded &nbsp; &nbsp; for examination to the 6th instant. &nbsp; &nbsp; LARCENY &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Thomas Maccester was charged with larceny &nbsp; under £5, in stealing boots, trowsers, &c., the pro- &...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 5 July 1860
' ' SECOND GREAT ^AUSTRALIAN SWEEPSTAKES, To be run at Randwick, 1st. Sept, I860. ME. I. PEAR ii open to lay the Wowing odds ou the ."hove (ve-.it (Vubjecl to 'market alterations.) Parin s for*aiding a re- mittance or approved u-lcn-iu-e vi iy depend upon receiving the- n-.rl.ci pri'-i- by lc-turn of post. Address I. l'e tr. Duke o'" Ularci.ce, Murray street, Hobail Town. 3 to 1 again-l Ehine' Buck ., YA* " Strop " Camden " Mo"b Rnse " Archer " Deception " Veno " Gratis " Mainstay " Young Morgan " Wildr.ikc " The Don " Bonnie Ro=c " SÍSLCI- lo Zoo " Mag-on-lhe-Wing I The Odds laid fiom £1 upwards. ZZZZ A11 -Uets P. P. s lb m 1 sp Apple Trees ! Apple Trois ! ! Tor Sale. TWELVE SORTS of clean strong healthy TREES, trained expressly for Garden or Orchard Planting, and all vv arrnntcd true to name. Application to be made to E. NTCKOLS, 40 Kelly-street, th & m te Battery Point. Campbell Town Grammar School. Visitor, His Honor the Chief Justice. Head Master, W. Carr Boyd, L. L. D....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 5 July 1860
PERSONAL BEAUTY T all'times awakens the liveliest and most L delightful feelings of our nature, and the willing hormigo it receives in rho splendid assemblages of Royally and Ranlt.or amidst tho nolcss fascinating displays of our Social lie unions, demands that tho nicest and most care- ful attention should bo paid lo tho cultivation of an object so manifestly important. Theso cursory remarks are peculiarly applicable to the universally acknowledged virtues of ROW- LANDS' ELEGANT TOILET 11EQUI SITES MO eminently successful in their operation on The Hair ! The Skin ! and the Teeth ! The August patronage conceded by our Gracious Queen, the several Sovereigns of Eu rope, and the Beauties who adorn the Circles of Ilegal Magnificence, confirms by experience the infallible efficacy of theso renovating Speci- fics, and çives them a celebrity unparalleled. ROWLANDS' MACASSAR OIL Is a delightfully Fragrant and Transparent Preparation for tho Hair, and as an invigorator ' and beautifier beyon...
LORD PALMERSTON IN THE REFRESHMENT ROOM OF THE HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 5 July 1860
LORD PALMERSTON IM THE REFRESHMENT ROOM: OF THE HOUSE. In the Metropolitan Gossip of the Liverpool Albion, wo find tho following racy -passage : -Having got rid of a disagreeable neighbour, WIIQ, on entering tho room,, had closed the window, and stopped the current of fresh air, Pam coolly rises, and, lets in the external atmosphere 3 at tho same time ventilating his opinion of the fools some people make of themselves in trying to produce asphyxia "by smothering. By this time his own tea is forth- coming ; and, munching a French loaf, with teeth-"[his own not Cartwright^]-that woiibl masticate tho Atlantic cable, [if they cat his own woyds what, would they not get through ?] he proceed» to absorb the decoction of the wood that cheers but not inebriates. Perhaps it requires milk-[nobody ever says cream in London, for the rather conclusive reason that there \s none]-and perhaps lho milk ewer has absconded,, or'somebody with it Tu no way disconcerted, lie doçsn't oall io the neat-hande...
WHAT IS TO BECOME OF OUR WILLS? TIMES [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 5 July 1860
WHAT IS TO BECOME OF OUR WILLS? [TIMES] &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; What is to become of our wills? Perhaps the best thing would be to screw them down in the collins of the testators. Or shall we stuff them inside those hairless cameleopards, and warn-out antelopes, and motheaten tigers, whose impor- tunate claims upon space so distress the authori- ties of the British Museum? Or shall we distri- bute them periodically to the baths and wash- houses? Or shall we work them up into pulp to &nbsp; manufacture those papíer mache coaches in which the Chancellor of the Exchequer hopes some day to ride down to the House of Commons? If none of &nbsp; &nbsp; those expedients should appear advisable, we hope Mr. Cowper will suggest something better. At present there seems to be every probability of our wills having a fale some what like that of the *Liturgical Revision, Illustrated and vindicated onOrthodox &nbsp; Principles. By the Rev. C.H. Da...
CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 5 July 1860
" q H ï N A. Wo continuo our oxlracts from tho Hongkong popors, lo the 25th of April, Tnu Ovttrlmitl C'fti'it« N«il, adverting' to tho status mío In C'hlnn, ronuu'ks-'1'ho ultimatum «'hich Lord John Russell, in his despatches ol' October 20th and November 10th, directed Mr. Bruco to forward to the Chinoso authorities,-and which, «-u under- stand, wai handed over to thom on tho Sth of March-is a (onvhii/jug proof how ifeathfied the English peoplo anil Government aro with tho course w;hich hil'1 lately buen pursued in China. No i'Qlii'Uitittou ia duiuitnded for tho slaughter at tho mouth of tho Poiho-no compensation for Um gun- boats destroyed, or indemnity for tho oxpouslvo expedition sent forth, A full apology, thu passage ol' a British vo.=sol of war to Ticn-tsin, and pro- vision for honournblo conveyance of our minister to Poking aro tho only de'inanels made. England will bear the loss of prostigo causal by tho Poiho dis. aster, and will defray the millions already expended on tho...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 5 July 1860
Steam to Melbourne. -Return Tickets. Return Tickets. THE T. S. Ii. Company'3 steamship "CITY OF HOBART," Alfred Darby. Commander, '".ill leave for MEL- BOURNE, on WEDNESDAY, 10th July. 18G0, at three o'clock p.m. FARES. £ s. d. Return Tiärete, available for two months or four voyages... 12 10 0 Singlo Pasnage, Saloon. 7 0 0 Single Passage, Steerage. 3 10 0 Children under 12 years of age in pro- portion. BEN.T. M. CUNNINGHAM, Hauager, T.S.N. Co. Franklin Wharf, June 29th, 1860 Direct and Nearest Route to the Snowy River Gold Fields. Steam to Sydney, via Twofold Bay. THE T.S.N.Co's Steamship "TASMANIA," J. Clinch, commander, will leave ("or SY.DNEY via TWOFOLD BAY, on SATÜEDAY, 7th July, at noon. FAKES TO TWOFOLD BA?, The nearest Port to the Diggings. Saloon . £7 7 0 Steerage. 3 10 0 Children under 12 years of age in proportion. BENJ. M. CUNNINGHAM Manager T. ia. N. Co. Franklin Wharf, July 4th. 1860. Steam to Melbourne. THE L. and M. S. N. CO'S Steam Ship "BOYAL SHEPHERD," W. H. SAUN...
SHIP MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 5 July 1860
SHIP MAILS. MAIM will close at the General Pot Office, Ilobait Town, as undfi i Foi New Zealand and Queensland, \.,i Sjdnt}, per first \tsbtl, on to-mono«, at J1 i ni For Twofold Buj .md Sjunt,, pet T"ina na, ditto ditto For london, vncir> and "Uni t>eilîo&lt; prrp M S Ottawa, via Mclbriunc, C1 Vi iL¿\, Jio 13tu msttnt, at }. p in Foi I ondon, ?> ia feat,! i u tout! a t>*or, ditto, ditto ditto For MedittH me in Pot ti, na CUL/, ditto, ditto, ditto For Inau, Chum "Mun ha liitavm ii \w Point dt Gulle, ditto, d tt > ditto Foi Cupe oí Good J Cope \ a 31am ltms, ditto, ditto, ditto Foi Mauritius aid Htun on, m \dci, ditto, ditto, ditto Foi Swan Ri\ci, MI Milliouine, ditto, ditto, ditto PS-IJIIOIUA* i Non» -Hit liuieh Transit Rati on Jjttttn, mil I&lt;t\ i i tis loi J n"'l md to bt ionwuded M" Mtutill) s mil ti t British Postal onLttttis mil Ntwfcjiaptis fo Jintiili Co'omts and Ioiti^i Pilli ti niMiiilttd M Hit Oiuttu Kingdon) niiif-tl t pitptm 1»\ nu in oí ...
CRIMINAL SITTINGS OATLANDS. THURSDAY, 28TH JUNE, 1860. [FROM THE EXAMINER.] BEFORE Sir V. Fleming, Knight, Chief Justice. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 5 July 1860
CRIMINAL SITTINGS. OATLANDS. THURSDAY, 28th JUNE, 1860. [FROM THE EXAMINER.] BEFORE Sir V. Fleming, Knight, Chief Justice. The Court opened this morning at ten o'clock. The Solicitor-general appeared to conduct the prosecutions. Upon the prisoners being placed at the bar- Nicholas Creally and Samuel Martin pleaded guilty to an information charging them with steal- ing on the 3rd May last thirty bushels of wheat, value £15, the property of John Bacon. Ann Henderson was charged in the same infor- mation but upon the other two prisoners pleading guilty the Solicitor-General entered a nolle prosequi as to her on the information and she was dis charged from custody. Huge Moore, upon being placed at the bar declined to plead as Huge Moore, that, not, being his name ; after discussions between the prisoner, the Solicitor-General, and the Court, the july were sworn to try whether the prisoner had not been dealt with as and pleaded to a charge in the name of Hugh Moore. Lawrence Reynold swor...