The s.s. Tasmania passed through Low Heads at 9.30 a.m., on Saturday, and landed the fallowing message for The Mercury:- MELBOURNE, FRIDAY. ...Article : 637 words
BEFORE Mr. Jones, Stipendiary Magistrate. AN INCORRIGIBLE.—John Bush, for disturbing the peace in Liverpool-street, on the previous evening, was fined £5, or three months' hard ...Article : 66 words
The COLONIAL SECRETARY moved the second reading of the Waste Lands Act Amendment Bill, referring to the labors of the commission appointed last session, and renewed again this session. The ...Article : 4,320 words
The week has closed without any change in the markets, and we have no transactions to note. Merchants are anxiously awaiting advices due on Monday morning; and, until then, it is ...Article : 43 words
City of Hobart, s.s., 363 tons, J. Clinch, from Sydney. Passengers.—Cabin—Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Cox, 2 children, infant and 3 Servants, Mrs. F. R. Roberts and 3 children, Bishop Murphy, Mr. John Gray, Rev. M. ...Article : 1,932 words
MESSRS. W. A. GUESDON & CO., at the Slaughter Yards, fat cattle and sheep, ex City of Hobart, sheepskins and hides. MESSRS. BRENT & WESTBROOK, at the mark, at ...Article : 41 words
The following prisoners are to be tried at the Criminal Sessions, which commence on Tuesday:- George Collins, capital offence. ...Article : 71 words
A BILL to enable the Municipal Council of the town of Launceston to make a sufficient rate for water supply to the inhabitants, and which was submitted to the House of ...Article : 2,344 words
The great sensation drama, " Under the Gaslight," is to be produced for the first time this evening at the Theatre Royal. The notice of this piece which we gave in Saturday's issue will ...Article : 1,316 words
The Turkish Bath Company have now completed their establishment at the corner of Collins and Harrington-streets, and on Wednesday the bath is to be open to the public, under ...Article : 1,502 words
An adjourned meeting in connection with tin proposed hospital was held at the Court-house on the 10th inst. The WARDEN having taken the chair explained ...Article : 846 words
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