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EVENING SITTING LAUNCESTON CORPORATION ACT AMENDMENT BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 31 August 1860

-^ EVENING SITTING. LAUNCESTON CORPORATION ACT AMENDMENT BILL. Mr. COHEN moved the second reading and very briefly explained the objects of the Bill which were in the main to facilitate the process at Muni- cipal Elections so as to enablo tho result of tho polling to be known on the polling day, and to , adjust the relations between landlord and occupier in reference to rates in a moro satisfactory manner, Mr. HOUGHTON seconded. Bill read a second time and committed, IN COMMITTEE. Mr. COHEN in reply to the Attorney-General said that the object ol' declaring tho Poll imme- diately after its closo was to prevent any foul play on the part of tho Returning Officer in tho event of his being a dishonest one. Mr. HOUGHTON taw no objection to the present sj'stein, but lie supposed the Launceston Corpora- tion who produced the Bill were the best judges. Mr. CHAPMAN, with all deference to the Laun- ceston Corporation, preferred tho existing plan, Mr. SHEBVVINthcuihl it undesirable to give way...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 31 August 1860

Steam to Melbourne. Return Tickets. Return Tickets. THE T. 8. N. Company's Steamship " CITY OF HOBART," Alfred Darby, Commander, will leave for MELBOURNE, on WEDNESDAY, the 5tU September, at three p.m. EASES. £ 8. d. Return Tickets, available .for two months or four voyages... 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 24th, 1860. Steam to Melbourne. The Launceston & Melbourne Steam Navigation Co's Royal Mail Steam Ship " .Bi^CX SWAN," AWSXANDBB T. WOODS, Commander, will leave the Company's Wharf, Launceston, on h September, at one o'clock. TUESDAY; the mt _.r. For Freight or passage, Apply to GEORGE FISHER. , Agent. Wharf, Launceston, August 24th. 2s Direct and Nearest Route to the Snowy River Gold Fields. Steam to Sydney, via Twofold Bay. THE T.S.N.Co's Steam J^J^s ship "TASMANIA," J. ^KVÄ-* Clinch, commander, will ffe^ leave &amp...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MERCURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 31 August 1860

TO THE EDITOR OP THE MERCURY. Stn,-Tho proceedings of the government upon certain portions of the Estimates demonstrate tho correctness of my previous remarks. The Es- mato upon the Hospital was postponed, the Esti- mate upon Education likewise, with tho view, of course, of inviting attack. Poor Mr. Slutzer's ¿6150 a year for lectures nnderwwont a similar probation,, but escaped] all, of course, dono with the most friendly intention and in the most compli- mentary terms. With respect to tho Board of Education I have pretty xvell disposed of the Colonial Treasurer's re- marks upon that head. I may, liowover, inciden- tally add, as appertaining to this subject, another illustration of tho shabby manner in which thoy seek to ovado responsibility for acts in which they themselves toko a conspicuous part. There has been, as your readers are aware, a Commission of Enquiry into tho host mode of en- couraging superior education. Tho Report has been presented. Wo have tho same txvo gentlemen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 31 August 1860

THEATRE ROYAL. /'il TIIIKD AMATBUll l'ElirOKMAXCl!. In aid of a Fund to build an Oddfellows' Hall. rpo PROVIDE THE FUNDS wherewith to erect J. an ODD FELLOWS' HALL in this City, it has been determined to give a series ol' SIX DRAMATIC PERFORMANCES at the Theatre Royal, which lias been handsomely placed at the disposal of tho ODD FELLOWS by Brother DAVID LEWIS. In announcing the third of this series of Performances the Members ot the Committee feel it their duty to acknowledge with gratitude tho liberal manuel' in which the two preceding Performances were patiottiscd, und the warm inteiest manifested by the Public in Hie object sought tobo r'4i";'d. They has u now the gratification to anno... _ that f-eieial gentlemen Amateurs, unconnected with the Oidei, havo kindly volunteeied to sustain in the Perfoi manee to take place on Monday next, the whole of the characters in the fashionable and celebi ated Comedy entitled " Used Up," and, with one exception, in the Farce "Your Life's in Da...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 31 August 1860

THIRD AUSTRALIAN CHAMPION STAKE of £500, with a Sweep of £100 each added, half forleit, open to all the Australian Colonies, Provided threo ov moro horses sturt} tho second horse to receive £200, and tho third horse £100 out of the Stako. To he run for over tho NEW TOWN RACE COURSE in TASMANIA, on TUESDAY, tho ard day of December, 1801. Distance, threo miles. Entries to be addressed and forwarded to tho Secretary, ¿Uorwent Hotel, Hobart Town, on or hefoïo tho 1st of Soptcmber, 1801. Forfeits to ho declared one mouth before tho day of the Race. Stono lbs. "Weights M, ayraold ... 7 ° 5 ',', " '.'.'. » ° G " "&aged." 0 G 8TKWAHDS : J. L. B. Tabnrt, Esq. ThoB. Field, Esq. Jas. Lord, Eso. G-. A. Kemp, Esq. S. Blackwol!, EBCJ. John Lord, Esq. W. Kearney, Esq. W. Doddery, Esq. John Field, Esq. To act with Stewards to bo appointed by each of tho Colonies, J. W. GRAVES, Hon. Sec, BRIÔ&ÎO:N.: SACES , " 1 8 6 0. THE Meeting called for THIS D AY.the 28th, is postponed until SATU...

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POLICE OFFICE. WEDNESDAY, 29TH AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 31 August 1860

POLICE ÖFFIÖE. - ¡ .-j^_: WEDNESDAY, 29MI AUGUST. BETORE WJ Tiulclou P M, and W Cíosbj, Esqis, Two dinnkauls were each fined 10s, and on« biawloi ñs James Prendergast was bound in his good be- haviour for six months, as a common distuibei of tho peace HOUSE BREAKING -John O Smith, who was io nianded fiom the day bofoie, on a charge of house bieakmg.at Bndgowatci was ngiun bl ought up and fully committed foi tuai LUNACY -Amelia Ke3p, a lunatic incapable of taking caio of heioelf was sent to the Lunatic Asylum, New Noilolk ÍIALSE PRETENCES -Budget Kennedy was chaiged with obtaining ¿£5 on false pretenees fioin Mr Pulton, Old Commodore, Bnsbaue stieot, and lemanded ioi furthoi examiuation till tho 4th Septembei UNIROTECTED CART-James Picndeigast was chaiged ou mioi mation by Sub In<-pcctoi Hadley with leaving his cart unpiotectccl in Ai gyle shoot, on the 26th mst He was fined 10s and costs ILLICIT DISTILLAI ION-Wealo v Mann-In this case Anthony Mann oi Now Noifolk was chaig...

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THURSDAY.—AUGUST 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 31 August 1860

TIIURSDAV.-AnouíiT 30. BEFORE Mr. Tarleton, Tolieo Magistrate, and thq Right Worshipful the Mayor. One offender was (¡ned 10s. for drunkenness aud one offender 5s, for disturbing tho penco, mid Ann McCubc,' and ¡Mary Ami Qilchiua wero each sentenced to thrco months imprisonment for Indecent conduct in the public streets. Hops» STEAT.INO.-William Downs charged by D. C. Tiryou with stealing two horses tho propo-ly of Mr. Vicary, inulccopor, Givuii Ponds, «'ho ii vii) bo remembered was apprehended in Hobart Town on Sunday morning with tho stolen horses in his possession was fully committed for trial. WEALE v. COATES. - An information by Mr. Sub- inspector Weale against Edward Coates, Cascade Road, for furious driving, near the Maypole Inn, New Town Road. Defendant was fined 40s. and costs. A SocTAiu.n JJION.-Two Fren eli soldiers set off ouo day to proceed to El Arouch, a Bottloiuont on tho road between Philippoville and Constantino, to which thorn is ii direct route from .Tcuiappes, b...

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EVENING SITTING. SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 1 September 1860

EVENING SITTING. surrLY. Mr. FIELD moved for ¿8279 18s. 8d. iu'oid of n, ' Bridgo over the Meanor upon a lino of road to bo declared a public road on condition of a liko sum being raised by the inhabitants. Motion put and pasred. ' Mr. ABBOTT moved an Address to the Governor, I praying that His Excellency will bo pleased to i place on tho Supplementary Estimates for tho year 1801 the sum ol ¿SOO in aid of the continuauco on the ferry between Hobart Town and Kangaroo Point of t'io steamer Kangaroo, and stated that Mr. A. Morrison had lost ¿82000 since he had.takou the terry boat into his hands and consequently without this vote tho Kangaroo must coaso to run. The COLONIAL TREASURER said tho question was ono of private commercial enterprise and he must therelbro oppose the vote. Mr. CHAPMAN said that tho Kangaroo originally cost tho government ¿C17000 and her annual outlay was something liko ¿83000 while her annual receipts were scarcely ¿81500. Under those circumstances tho Executive...

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HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. FRIDAY, AUGUST 31ST, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 1 September 1860

HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. -«y - ? FRIDAY, AUGUST 31ST, 18G0, TUE SPEAKER took tho chair at 4 p.m. PETITION. Mr. BALFE presented a potition from tho Rom- ish Bishop and tinco Clergy mon, praying the House not to vest in tho Supremo Court the power of procuring a divorco a vinculo maiWmonii. PAPERS. The COLONIAL TREASURER laid on tho table a report of tho Survey of certain lands at the Mer- sey and Leven with a view to opening up tho samo. SALMON. Mr. W. ARCHER brought up tlio roport of tho Select Committee on Salmon. NOTICES OF MOTION. Mr. BALFE on Tuesday to moro for a copy of tho letter, dated 3rd October, 1839, addressed to tho Colonial Secretary by ceitain residents at tho Fianklin, in reforonco to land Bituato theio. Mr. BALFE to ask tho Colonial Ticasurcr whether It is tho intention of tho Government to take any further action during the present Session towards completing tho Road fl oin Hobart Town to tho Huon. Dr. BUTLER to movo on Tuosday that Mr. Kir wan's pot t'on bo toforred to ...

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ODDFELLOWS VOLUNTEER RIFLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 1 September 1860

ODDFELLOWS VOLUNTEER RIFLES. A special general meeting of the members of the Oddfellows Volunteer Rifles was held in the Town Hall, on Thursday evening, for the purpose of con- sidering the propriety of opening the Corps for the   admission of the citizens; of electing a First Lieu-   tenant and Adjutant; to consider the proposed alteration in the regimental clothing ; to consider   the propriety of addressing the Governor as to the issuing of Commissions to the Medical Officers of the Corps ; and in the event of only one Commis- sion being allowed, to decide to whom that Com- mission shall be issued. Before proceeding to the special business Captain Davies read his Commission, at the conclusion of which the Company presented arms. The Corps then proceeded to the election of a First Lieutenant and Adjutant, by ballot, when the choice fell upon Mr. H.M. Hull, late Quarter- Master Serjeant.     The proposition that the Corps be opened to the admi...

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PARLIAMENT OF TASMANIA. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. FRIDAY, AUGUST 31ST. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 1 September 1860

PABLIAMENT OF TASMANIA. LEGISLATIVE, COUNCIL. FRIDAY. AUGUST 31ST. THE PRESIDENT took his seat at 7 minutes past 4 o'clock. PETITION. Mr. WEDGE presented a petition from twenty waggoners, carriers, draymen and others resident near the SandhillToll-gate nearLauncostonpraying for exemption from certain tolls <Sic. Road and received. NOTICE DP MOTION. Mr. WEDGE to move on Tuesday that the petition presented by bim to-day be printed. LEAVE OF ABSENCE. On the motion of Mr. J. C. GREGSON, leave of absence for ono week was granted to Mr. Whyte, who was now at Melbourne on urgent private business. NOTICES OP MOTION. Mr. WEDGE to move on Tuesday the appoint- ment of a Select Committee to search the journals of the House of Assembly, with a view to ascertain what became of a certain Bill that was sent down | from the Council to the Assembly for its concurrence thereto. Mr. GELL to ask the Colonial Secretary on Tuesday upon what duty the Surveyors had been employed during'tho last t...

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COMMERCIAL HOBART TOWN MARKETS. Mercury Office, Friday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 1 September 1860

COMMERCIAL HOBART TOWN MARKETS. Mercury Office, Friday Afternoon. Tho intelligence from Melbourno to hand this morning has increased tho depression in tho wheat market, and thoro is literally nothing doing. Potatoes continuo in good demand and several parcels changed hands to day at£5 10s. Hay is stationary, loose nt ¿E5 10s. ¡to £0 10s. pel- ton according to quality, and country pressed at Ü5 toJEG. Thoro is nothing duingin tho flour market, which has i»eou quito unsettled by tho natura of advicos from tho neighbouring colonies. Bran remains as last quoted. ' W. A. Gucsdon & Co's sales this week have beon as follows ¡-Ex Eclipse, 80 head Gipps Land bul- locks, £0 17s. Cd. to Mi 7s. Cd.,averageiO lGs. Sel, On the 27th, ex Macquarie, io good to choico bul- locks, 213 10s. to .£17 10s., avarago JC15 3s. 4d. ; 300 shoop, ex Urania, 17s. to 17s. yd, ; 300 wethers «x Gold Seeker, 20s. to 20.s. 9d. ; tho stock of tho late Simeon Benjamin, by ordor of W. Sorell, Esq. nt wliich sati...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 1 September 1860

VICTORIA. . The arrival of the City ofllobartputsusin poss- ession of Melbourne journals, to the 29th ult. In the Commercial articlo ol the -4i-£rits of that dato we find tho following : H In the import jnoi-ltet transactions liuvo boon few'and unimportant. -Flour is dull of sale. A few parcels ure reported to have changed hands at from X15 10s. to ¿816 per ton, for Adelaide best town brande. By auction, Messrs. Fraser and J Cohen disposed of a parcel of 2,500 bushels South Australian wheat, nt Cn, Cd. per bushel, tho bags I charged Is, each; and COO bags of Adelaide brau, at Is. 3d.'per bushel; Ko. 1 Cossiporo sugar at ,£50 per ton, and middling to good yellow Mauritius at leora 30s. 3d. to 403. (id. per cwt. Messrs. Greig and Murray held a sale ofmiseellaneous goods, and sold as follows :-Adelaide bran, Is. 5d. per bushel ; caudles (light weights), Is. 2Jd. per packet j her- rings, 1B. id. per tin ; sardines, J-lb. tins, 5s. per do¿en j blue pudding raisins, 3$d. per lb. ; currant...

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THIRD AMATEUR PERFORMANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 1 September 1860

THIIÎD AMATEUR PERFORMANCE. But few days will now elapso beforo the lovers of tho drama will bo gratified with au Amateur Per- formance which wo have overy reason to anticipate will bo of flrBt-rato oharaeter. Tho entertainment will tako place on Monday evouing next, and tho rehearsals have hoon conduotcdinsucli a manner as to render ovoryperforiner well up in his part. Nor have oxertions been wanting to render this perfor- mance worthy of the public patronage. Tho first scone in "Used Up," which it may bo recollected represents the apartments of tho elegant mid fastidious Sir Charles Coldstream, wdl bo furnished aud decorated by W. Ilumilton and Sons of Elizabeth-street,and the miscenscene altogether will bo handsomo and recherchai in fugc every effort has beeu mado to render tho Third Amateur Per- formance, what wo hav-Q no doubt it will bo, emi- nently attractive, A misapprehension exists with rospoot to tho boxes in tho Dress Circle, which wo wish to correct. It is gonorally sup...

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 1 September 1860

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. We are literally overwhelmed- with communications from correspondents, but wc shall devote as much available space as we can afford for their'jnscrtion in Monday's issue.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 1 September 1860

FRESH SUPPLY > or THAT Beatty Choico Smoked BREAKFAST BACQtf FED CUBED AND SMOKED BY MR.E- SHOOBRIDGE OP NEV£ NORFOLK Expressly for Family use. W. ÏÏEBBLEWIIITE, 21, Morrison Street; In the matter of tiio Insolvency of James SlosBor of Evandalo in Tasmania Farmor. "VTOTICE is horcbv given thar, "William^ A-\ Gardner Sams Esquire Commissioner of" Insolront Estatos for Launceston, did this day appoint Thursday tho 20th day ol' Soptembor. noxt nt ton o'clock in tho forenoon at tho Court House Launceston a» tho tivio and placo for holding an adjourned first n'.oeting of tho ero« ditors of the said Insolven t for tho Proof of Dobts and other«iso procer ding in tho matter of guoh Insolvency. A nd nolioo is heroby further given that tbo -said Commissioner has appointed tho same tim o nnd place for honring tho application of tho said Insolvent for an Ordor of Disoliargo. Dated thi« 80lh doy of August, 1860. "Ä. BYltON MILLE», , Solicitor to the saidlniolronoy. ii

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SHIP MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 1 September 1860

SHIP MAILS. HAILS will close at the General Post Office, Hobart Town, as under : For Adelaide and Sydney via Melbourne, first vessel. Monday next, at 0 p.m. For Melbourne vii Lauuccston.Black Swan, ditto, 6.S0 p.m. For New Zealand and Queensland vii Sydney, first vessel, Tuesday next, 11 a.m. For Twofold Bay and Sydney, Tasmania, ditto, ditto. S. T. HARDINGE, Postmaster.

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MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 1 September 1860

MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. V - The Tasmania leaves for Sydney via Twofold Bay, on Tuesday. The following is a livfc of the passengers up to yesterday :-Cabin for Sydney Sir. Thompson. For Eden-Mr. W. Ferguson, Mr. Thomas Cullen, Mr. Carter. Steerage tor Eden William Belcher, James Frist, Georgo Wcdj;e, James Smith, James Green, Mrs. Wilson, Louisa, ' George, and Emma. Wilson, Alexander, (2), James Barnie, William Cleary, George Newman, John Cross, Thomas Stockdale. The Shannon came from Port Arthur Mines yesterday, with 80 tona coals for the company. The City of Hobart steamer arrived hero at ten o'clock yesterday morhing. The steamer left Wil- liamstown at two p.m. on Wednesday with fresh S.E. breezes and clear weather, and passed the BTeads at 5 p.m. Captain Darby reports the Boom- erang hence, lying nt the Heads, us tho City of Hobart came, and the Scotia off the Pyramid at 8 o.m. on Thursday, and at 4 p.m. the steamer sighted the Pirate steamer bound to Melbourne from New Zealand. ...

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SHIPPING. PORT OF HOBART TOWN. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 1 September 1860

SHIPPING. PORT OF nOB.VRT TOWN. Annivun. August 31-City of Hobart, T.S.N.Co's screw steamer, 363 ton», A. Darby, from Melbourne, tho 29th instant, with BIIPT» and sundries. Y¿-> .>.;? »y cabin-Mrs. Burbur,. 1 . T.t t1" ., Mr. G. .'.¡-own, Miss Proctor, Mr. AV. itobeitson, Mi'.; ltaaisden, Mr. Hood, Mr. Kilburn, Mrs. Burbury, Mr. Shoe. bridge, Mr. Anstey, Mr. H. Lewis, Mr. McPherson, Mr. McLeod, Mrs. Monegan-2-1 steerage includ- ing one constable and one prisoner. COA8TEES INWABBS. August 31-Rebecca, from tho Huon, with pota- toes. , ; .ENTERED OUT. August 31-Julia, brig, 111 tons. Dart, for South Seas. | August 31-Don Pedro II., barque, 1G0 tous. Evans, for Sydney via Twofold Bay. j IMrOBTS. Cityof Hobart, from Melbourne-ii casks whis- key. Ballantine ; 10 CSH brandy, SO ditto Geneva, Crosby & Co., ; 1250 bags sugar. Walker and Son ; S3 ditto, 2£ tierces tobacco. Burgess and Barrett ; 1 cs. apparel, It. Nicholson ; 10 barrels ilour, 1 C3 pills, McPherson & Co. ...

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SUPREME COURT. SITTINGS IN BANCO.—SECOND TERM, 1860. FRIDAY, AUGUST 31ST. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 1 September 1860

SÜPREME COURT. SITTINGS IN BANCO.-SECOND TERM, 1860. FRIDAY, AUGUST 31ST. BEFORE their Honors the Judges. DRISCOLL DECD. V, BOOTH. Mr. Dobson (Crown-Solicitor) moved under the 120th Section of the Common Law Procedure Act for a rule nisi, on behalf of the executors of the plaintiff, calling on defendant to show cause why the executors should not be at liberty to enter a suggestion that the plaintiff was dead, and that the executors were entitled to issue execution upon the judgment herein. , j The learned counsel informed their Honors that the unsatisfied amount of the debt after levy which' had been made was £25 11s the original debt having been £125, and that the judgment was entered up fifteen years since. ' ¡ - Rule nisi granted with leave to serve defendant personally at Sydney, defendant residing out of the province of this Court. Ex: parte B. R. PATEY.   In this case the Court granted a rule nisi on last sitting day, returnable to-day,on the application of Boyle ...

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