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Hobart Mercury (Newspaper) - September 24, 1862, Hobart, Tasmania National Library of Australia v births on Hie Otu Hist at Jerusalem Viva. Lima Holmes Ion ooh b24 ?_ .1. Deaths j Awer residence i Pauwok Street on the 20th oat., Rosetta Coggin the beloved wife of on of the City missionaries in the 57tu Yea other age after Vei y i painful affliction those rho wish to follow the departed to her last earthly resting place at 2 o Dock on wednesday tin. 24th Lus taut Are respect a july requested to accept this As an. Invitation As no circulars will to issued 24s on the 22nd september 18t 2, at the residence of his fut Liei Wentworth Street Hobt to tonn Arthur Ernest youngest son of Kichard pm Penter aged i j ear 3 months 7 Days m ship advertisements. O team to i w the Well known fast favorite steam i t i ship to Tasmania John Clinch commander will leave for my Bourne on Friday it the 26th sepi Tomber at 12 o clock noon. / r m Cunningham manager . wharf 24tl� sept 1862. �i7��rst ship for port Chalmers ii a fit Olasa barque Juno William , is now in the berth for the above Poinc presenta a first rate Opportunity for the conveyance of horses general cargo 1 for freight or passage apply to " messes. Maning Bros or Thos. D. Chapman & co. Hobart town. September 12,1862. The for fast sailing ,"-250tons Burthen i will sail for the above port in a few Days j i for freight or passage apply to Mcpherson & Francis 26 new wharf. M1tessrs Money Wigram & sons of Blackwall Yard London line of j packets from Melbourne to London sail with strict punctuality on monday october 6th, the celebrated Yorkshire ,1200, tons Al at Lloyd a e. A. Reynell commander. For plans of Cabins dietary Scales All i particulars apply Tow. Crosby & co., new wharf. Or Sydney direct the Well known fast sailing Schooner. g. Graves master will sail for the above poit with dispatch. For freight or passage apply to the Captain . W. A. Guesdon & co., Collins 22" 1862. For Dunedin Well known Schooner a o 0 m e r a n a ii j. Quested Mast will sail for the above poit on thursday next the 25th instant. For freight or passage apply on braid or to Isaac Wright new wharf. September 23rd, 1862. Tylor Otago. The Banquo Derwent Hunter 6g�itonb Bui then Chas. Batley com Mander having the most of her cargo engaged c a sail for the above port on or about the 80th. Instant. For freight or passage apply inboard orto e m Fisher. 19, new wharf. J september 24,1862. N s a l eat the stores of the undersigned 50 casks prime new mess beef j. Hand u other Well known brands 200 bags Fine coarse Liverpool salt100 bags Maize 200 boxes sperm candles. -. M. Cohen wow old wharf. Woolpack 27 Inch lolbs., on Sal eat Isaac Wright. New wharf september 8th, 1862. Xart d31 for Sale a first late entire cart Colt three years old out Ora Black " Champion Mare Sim the celebrated horse emperor bred by i. Gatenby late the Pio Pei to of Edwin Moore Esq j. P., a capital worker in harness is free from vice considered by Good judges to to one of the handsomest Colts on this Side the Island his Colour is Blok j for Lurther particulars apply to or. Ale Udor Denholm or Elton where he May be been. " Alex. Denholm. Sept 12,1862." my Etc Wool washing machine for Sale a Fisl Rato Wool washing machine capable of washing a ton weight of Wool por Day which Only a Short time to dry after it has passed to enough the machine. It is solely parted with on account of the owner discontinuing business it would be acquisition to any one having much Greasy Wool to Wash. Foi i ice Fin Thor parti Ciparis apply to we. Johnson. Elizabeth Street Launceston. The o n Sale at the stores of the under signed Cascade ale in quarts pints. M i i also i i i to Walker sons ale in do. Do i the above Are in prime condition As a Sample of colonial produce has Nover been surpassed a. Nicholas ". I , to w f t it shy desirable investments for Well built substantial Brick cottages. Properties at new town a Well built Brick property of about five rooms adjoining. Price terms snob As to offer a most advantageous remuneration to investor. For particulars apply to a. Guesdon & co. To f to be sold a bargain at the stores of the under signed a very Superior water tank 11 it by 6 it by 3 it 2 in. W. Fisher Morrison Street. September 24,1862. sole or hire cottage pianoforte full Compass first rate instruments terms moderate. Apply to mrs. Millsi Devonshire House Murray Street the Adelaide tubs new Adelaide butter sex " Tasmania on Sale by. I i maning Brothers. New wharf i 22nd september 1862 the or Sale Brooke Lodge lord Stree i a Brick cottage with Stone. Front containing two rooms with said Sheds Garden stocked with fruit Trees. Apply on the premises. S 29port Phillip club hotel Collin Street West Melbourne. The proprietor of the above establishment begs to inform Lus customers the Public generally that his hotel is now completed ready it occupation in doing so takes this Opportunity of assuring his supporters that every tiling has been done to make this hotel j most Complete in Australia. Squatters will find that from the increased accommodation of the new building their com fort can to More completely secured the proprietor assures them that it will always to is study As hitherto to make them As much at Home As possible. Hot cold Baths. Private rooms for dinner parties a. E. Scott proprietor,1 late of the port Phillip club hotel . Australian Mutual provident society established january Lue 1849, for i in Ting assurances on lives present deferred reversionary annuities endowments for children old age. On the principle of Mutual Assurance an equitable division of the whole of the profits amongst All members. Hobart town. Medical referee a. W. Agnew Esq.,. Knight Esq. we Waif. Launceston. Medical Maddox Esq. Sherwin Esq. K am. Profit on each transaction re i verts to the individual concerned As an addition to the Benefit originally guaranteed such profit May however in the Case of Assurance policies be devoted to the extinction of future premiums or its value m Cash May be handed to the member. Ii. B. This is the Only office doing hainess in Tjie australian colonies whose annuity endowment policies As Well As those of the Assur Ance Branch participate in profits. Surrenders Are accepted inequitable Tenus. General facilities with regard to Voy aging residence abroad &c., Are unusually favourable. Annual premiums May to paid by half yearly or quarterly instalments. Loans on policies granted on Zavoiu Able terms. Claims Are payable within three months after proof of death. The general conditions of the policies of this institution will Bear favourable compari son with those of any other office. Profit on policies double that of the most successful British Mutual offices nearly four fold that of leading British or colonial proprietary institutions. All its policies Are protect by an act of the legislature of new South Wales against the operation of the insolvent Laws after a certain Temi on an increasing scale. Prospectuses Lonna of proposal every info nation May to obtained from any of the agents in the australian colonies or at the principal office Sydney new South Wales. William Knight agent. New wharf sept. 23rd, 1861. The Home newspaper for tas . J. Kirkland & co., 23 Salisbury Street strand . London beg to Coll the attention of residents in tas mania the australian colonies to the advantage of subscribing to the " evening mail newspaper which is a reprint of All the leading articles news essays a of the London " times everything but the advertisements can be forwarded to Tasmania or the australian colonies for �2 15s. Per annul Post paid by every Mau. By Overland mail �3 per annul. Subscriptions received at the office of this paper. December 1st. 1861. Holloway ointment rheumatism in All severe pains in the joints or Muscles after duo Fomen tation with warm water the soothing action of this ointment is most remarkable it seems at once to Lessen inflammation ease pain reduce the swelling restore Tho free circulation expel the disease. In these complaints in deed Holloway s ointment pills Aro an in fallible specific. The ointment should be ribbed Snear the part in pain it is absorbed directly conveyed to the Dis eased text urls where acting on nerves vessels guiders it will an est disease again establish healthy action. The ape Rient qualities of the pills have the happiest effect in assist ing the ointment. A t. John s Public meeting of Tho members will be held in the Sadural room this evening at at half past seven for general business. After which the president the Rev. F. H. Cox will lecture on " Church 824 if Reward whereas some person or Pei sons did on Tho night of the itch i of this month steal a swing Gate of Mino out of my cultivated Fields any person or persons i hat will give such info nation As will Lead to the conviction of Tho thief or thieves shall receive the above Reward on application to Tho undersigned. Thos. Brown. Exe Rivulet. Sept. L8,1862. Jim a t e r l o o life education " casualty self Relief Assurance company. Incorporated 1851. Capital �400,000. Medical be Peewee. T. 0. Smart . Tables of rates All further information May be obtained from a. G. Webster agent. Old wharf. Teeth1 Teeth or. A Sharp May be consulted every Day 110, Collins Street next door to Degraves store incur it edible Mineral Teeth which never decay or Hange Colour so resemble natural Teeth As to defy detection fitted to the Mouth with out extracting stumps or causing the slightest pain mounted on pure Gold plate or the Patent Vul Canite a material Well adapted for tender Gums ensures an accuracy of fit hitherto unattainable. Teeth stopped with pure Gold or White enamel Cement. Teeth extracted without pain under the in fluence of chloroform. Or. S. Supplies a tooth powder for remove i a the Brown discoloration of the front Teeth. Also Sharp s specific on instantaneous cure for common tooth ache. ,. Either of these preparations can be sen Post on receipt of 2a. 6d. In postage undersigned having taken Houghto flour Mills o Brien s Bridge begs to inform Lils friends the Public that he is prepared to undertake grist work on moderate terms also to Supply Bakers others with flour bran cat reasonable prices wheat Wool in grease,1 sheep skins bought at Market prices. Orders or any communications left at messes Murray Murdoch a Hobart town will have prompt attention. John Church., i Sydney Agency or. Arthu Cubitt cd merc Al Chambers Bridge-1 Street Sydney has been appointed agent for this journal is authorised to receive monies advertisements on account of the proprietor. D. Bowtell manager. Mercury office i june 2nd, 1861. The undersigned begs to inform his friends the Public that his flour Mill is in first rate working order that he is now prepared to undertake grist work Tjo t Supply flour bran Sharps of the Best in laity at the lowest Market Price for Cash on delivery. The charge for grinding dressing wheat will be six Pence 6d. Per Bushel parties wishing to have Beans peas or Maize split can have them done at four Penco per Bushel. All other Mill Woi k done at Low prices of which particulars can be obtained from John Mezger new town Flo in Bone the he Best colonial remedy for colds rheumatism influenza measles fevers s de. James powder has Boen proved by the experience of the most eminent medical men for upwards of a Century to be More mild certain in its effects than any other preparation in All disorders of children for fevers influenza coughs colds All other Iivo laudatory diseases which Are but modified types of fever caused by obstructed respiration also in pre venting the return of apoplexy. In Rhenman mutism Chonic complaints it effects lasting cures if the genuine which is newbery a or. James s powder is administered according to the full directions but As there Are Many spurious see ass prep Artiom which cannot be Given with certainty of effect though sold under the name of the original it is necessary to observe that on All the government Stamps affixed to every packet bottle the name of Tho proprietor " of newbery no. 45, s. Paul s Church Yard London is engraved. Sold in packets at 2s. 9 1. Bottles 4s. K1, 11s, in Hobart town by Hinsby & Calvert All respectable Medicine vendors in the co Lonies. Ask for new cry s i. James powder. Established . 1746. Opper plate printing engraving All branches connected with the Trade executed with neatness accuracy dispatch by James s. Burghall. Orders left at the Mercury steam printing office i Hobart town will receive immediate attention. Liverpool London fire an life insurance company established in 1836. Having a colonial proprietary. Accumulated funds capital paid up exceeding �1,250,000. Of which above �300,000 Are invested in the colonies in government other securities. Unlimited liability of the shareholders. The undersigned Are authorised to Issue policies in both the fire life department to Settle All claims. Terni As Liberal As those of any other office. Tables of rates every information con be obtained from Allport Roberts & Allport Stone buildings ii 1863 Hobart town g Hanoi guano Flat Island guano �6 6s per ton in Hobart town bags include very suitable for potatoes Man golds All Root crops highly commendable for Topdressing of wheat Oats the grasses. A. G. Webster old wharf sole agent. Eldward Scott late of Tho port it Phillip club hotel Flinders Street Melbourne at the request of his numer Ous friends supporters begs to notify to the gentlemen families in Hobart town that his present establishment is known Only As Scott s hotel Collins Street West opposite Tho Western Market near to the Victoria railway station. Art Union of Glasgow subscribers to the above in addition to the Chance of obtaining a valuable prize at the annual draw ing will to entitled to three Largo photographs suitably mounted finished taken from original paintings specially commissioned for the purpose. Subscriptions will be received by or. Fletcher bookseller Elizabeth Street of whom the last year s engravings May be had or w. Knight Hon. Seo. W Nugget this Well known much admired pure cart horse rising 7 years old will travel during the season from new Norfolk to the plenty Back Hiver Macquarie Plains Hamilton High Plain hollow tree Broad Marsh Hunting ground Cross Marsh Green Ponds Bagdad Brighton Tea tree Black Brush Bridgewater. Glenor Chy return ing to new Norfolk every1 tenth Day. Nugget was bred by John Jones Esq., Jericho sire Gold Digger bred by James Maclanahan Esq., by the imported horse Lincoln dam Jessy by the imported horse Orreh grand dam imported Mare Metal. Nugget s dam by Byi swell was bred at bal Loch Myle by old Black Champion out of Metal grand dam by old Ajax great grand dam by Duncan Grey j great great grand dam by the celebrated imported horse Britton. Nugget is a Dai k Bay with Black Point standing 17 hands High is a Good worker is pronounced by competent judges to possess every requisite As to symmetry strength Nas proved himself a Good sure foal getter. I a i i meet the times. T ,. S. Salmon ?. J j i �. Lawn. Farmr i r new Norfolk. September St 1862. Emperor thib unequalled cart dolt was bred by that far famed breeder George Nicholas Esq., Nant Bothwell sire or. John Picken s " Black Champion dam Charlotte Grandam the famous Maro Grey Charlotte pronounced by competent judges not to to surpassed in the world i Black Champion by imported " Black. Champion dam or. Wil More s Insp voted More Lincolnshire Flower. Emperor is of a Rich dark mottled Brown Colour 4 years old stands 17 hands High Black legs Short in the joints Flat boned with plenty of hair. He is an excellent worker has proved himself a sure foal getter.1 he 1 will travel the ensuing season pit water Rich mond Tea tree Bagdad Green Ponds Jeru Salem arid Coal River. I i Clyde. A pure cart Colt bred by j. Maclanahan Esq., Balloch Myle sire " Clydesdale imported to r. , Esq. Dam " Molly by old Lincoln imported Grandam " Mettle imported by the late Thomas Scott Esq. Clyde is a Bright Bay with Black Points stands above 16 hands High 4 years old has Good Short Flat boned legs Well feathered combining great muscular Power with perfect symmetry. To will stand at the stables of or. Joseph Wright Oatlands travel the ensuing season Jericho Lovely Banks Black Marsh Bothwell Shannon sideling Hills Anstey Barton York Plains Antill Ponds Tunbridge. Slave King. This pure cart sire was bred by John Stokell Esq., Stockd Ile Siro " emperor dam Whitefoot by imported " Black Cham Pion Grandam imported Clydesdale Mare " " emperor by imported " Black Champion dam imported Clydesdale Mare to w. Gatenby King is of a Jet Black color 6 years old stands above 16 hands Leigh Short on the leg has Good Bone substance combined with perfect symmetry a worker proved himself a sure first class Stock getter. He will travel the ensuing season from Spring Bay to Bicheno calling at the intermediate places on his route. ,. Turpin. This celebrated pure cart sire is too Well known his Stock too justly appreciated to need further comment. To will travel the Cushing season Richmond Coal River Sorell Forcett Black Wattle Hill Bream Creek Carlton. � s. D. Terms for emperor. 3 5 o each Mare. Insured mares. 5 5 0 each terms for Clyde. 3 5 0 each Mare. Insured mares. 5 5 0 each terms for slave King. 3 0 0 each Mare. Insured mares. 5 0 0 each terms for Turpin. 3 0 0 each Mare insured mares. 5 0 0 each payable by a Bill at three months from 1st january 1863, on one of the Hobart town Banks. One in five allowed to Bona fide owners if uninsured. Edward Moore Jun. Or Elton 1 8th september 1862. grooms have no Power to receive payments his thoroughbred Well known horse will travel this season commencing on the 1st october from Hobart town to Kangaroo Point Richmond Sorell the lower settlement pit water Cherry tree opening or Elton Coal River Green Ponds Bagdad Brighton Bridgewater o Brien s Bridge every ton Days. The above Well known horse is allowed to be one of the Best bred blood horses in this Colony for Beauty muscular Power cannot be excelled. His excellency is a Bay horse with Black Points stands 15 hands 3 inches High his Stock cannot be surpassed in the Colony. To was the Winner of the first Maiden plate to ran for also several other races was very fast was sold for �500 when 4 years old j Moat of his excellency s Stock which Havo appeared on the turf have been winners. Pedigree his excellency was bred by or. Thomas Field Siro or. Rose s imported horse Jersey bred by Earl Jersey own brother to Pheonix by Buzzard dam cobweb by phantom Grandam filigree sooth Sayer web by waxy sister to whalebone both winners of the Derby Buzzard by Black lock the Siro of velocipede cobweb is the dam of Bay Middleton Winner of the won the Oaks dam Adelle by old Poter finn imported Grandam old Adelle imported by the Cressy company allowed to to one of the Best mares Over stud Book. Young Adella is Tho dam of Empress Granny bred by Thomas Field Esq., the former of which March won several loges in her year the latter was also a Leger Winner one sea son in several other laces. Bia excellency took the prize As the Best blood entire at the last Green Ponds show. Terms.-�1, Groom ago included one Maro i in five allowed to Bona kids owners. Payment by Bills at three months from 1st january,1860 1 payable atone of the Hobarton Banks. I Joshua Moore. J Royal hotel livery stables Liverpool Street. Panic a thorough bred imported stallion will serve mares this season a Wood 1 lands Melton Mowbray. Terms-�7 5s. Od., without responsibility. Good grass paddocks for one month after that 2s, cd. Per week will i to charged. To s. Blackwell. Grey splendid entire horse will travel this season for the ser vice of mares starting from Hamilton will continue his rounds every tenth Day to the Plains the neck Corners Back River new Norfolk River styx Fenton Forest Meadow Banks Dumorin River ouse Shawfield the Dee. Grey Champion was bred by , of the Cross Marsh j Siro Black Champion sold for �800, bred by Henty gee Esq., of Laun Ceston dam one of or. Picken s Best Mare which he has several times refused to dispose of for �150. Term for the season �2 5s, including Groom age with the usual allowance of one Mare in five to Bona fide owners. Payments to be made on the 1st january 1863. Ii � / Thost & James Cleland n28 t Hamilton j Young entire hoi so to will stand this season for the services of Maies at Cian Bioko if required travel out one Day s journey to Apsley Young Lincoln was bred by h. Pitt Esq., Mona Vale. F ? t \ j in order to meet the extreme pressure of the times the charges for Young Lincoln will be �110s. For each Mare Gro Ornage included. Payments to by r made of the 1st january 1863. ,. ,. , l to f to s29cranbrook. -jfrotl�e.-mr. John Davies has Beni appointed oui agent1 for1 the evening i mail t f i i Jar i f m i j � j. I l a. J. Kirkland & co. 23, Salisbury Street strand w.c., London _. A i .vtotioe.-mr. H. J. Chapman Jun. Is appointed the town collector for this journal is authorised to receive monies on behalf of the proprietor. I i David Bowtell commercial manager j , on Friday night about 8o clock in Murray Street Between the Royal mail coach office Collins Street a half grown Black Tan Temer with one forefoot White a piece of red s Tring round the neck. Whoever will bring it to the under signed at no. 26, Davey Street shall be re w aided for his trouble. A. Gellie. September 22,1862. 8281 Totic Blacks t -11 Royal Patent Wax Vestas j Gas Camph rated Congreve lights i new Patent Sulphur matches 1 i Patent fuses with wire which pre-1 vents the Ash from breaking off Are All wan anted not to be affected by Damp climate nor Timo i 15 Bow Lane Cheapside London. A beware of spurious imitations. T30s, Obart town Launceston Marine insurance company. Notice is hereby Given that the annual1 general meeting of the shareholder of the above1 company will to held at the office Macquarie Street on wednesday the 24th instant at 12 o clock noon precisely. ,. ----Thos.-macdower.tv., _ manage. Stone buildings i Hobai town september 9th, 1862. S9 13 1517 19 22 24 Green Ponds ploughing consequence of the i clemency of the weather the above ploughing match in postponed until the 2nd Day of october. For particulars Seo former advertisements. By Vidor John Donnelly Secretary. September 23, 1862. 24 25 27s Green Ponds ploughing match agricultural implement show. There will be eleven prizes to contend for. Champion prize with a sweep of one Pound each with sovereigns from the funds open to All. Champion prize �7, Norn the funds if More than three entries the second Man to save his sweep if More equal proportion. Municipal prize open to All with the exception of Champion prize men. First prize �6. Second prize �4. Third prize �1. First class prize for men that have never taken a first class prize for men that have never ploughed at a match. Fast prize �4. Second prize �2. Youths prize open to All under sixteen Yucai s of age. Fiistprizo�4. Second Pizic �2. Third prize �1. And Good prizes awarded to All farming agricultural implements rules All teams to to on the ground ready to Start at 10 . The ploughing to be done on a scale which will to read out previous to starting other rules. Entrance 5s. Each. Three teams to Start for each prize or less to be loft to the option of the committee whether a prize will to awarded. Implement show. Colonial imported manufactured will not compete for Tho same prize. Implements or machines either new or Boen used will be entitled to a prize. Wooden Iron manufacture will not com Pete for the same prize. All articles for Sale at the time of Entrance to state the i Ico in writing after the show they will be put up by Public auction any Over plus to go to the funds. Fees for the ii St implement 2s 6d. Entrance if Moro than oko. Is. Euch Bona fide. Any subscriber of Ono Pound each can exhibit free of Entrance. Any article not for Solo double of the above Entrance. All entrances to take place at the " veterans inn up to 9 a ni., on the 25th instant. I izes to be awarded directly after Tho Deci Sion of the judges at the " Wilmot Jno Donnelly Secretary. 1618 20 22 23 2125 s Melton Mowbray beagles i consequence of the Boggy state of the ground near Bothwell Tho Hunt will to postponed until thursday week 2nd october. Tho beagles will meet at i con Ponds on thursday the 25th, Tuow Oil on land to longing to j. Haddon Esq., punctually at 11 o clock. Independent order of Odd Fellows Ball under the distinguished patronage 1 ". M m ? his excellency col. Soe Browne cd. Patron of the order. I i Iii ,. Jilli i � til i ? the tenth annual1 Ball in of the widow orphan s fund will take place j i this evening september a t at Del Sarte s elegant spacious ? Hall. The stewards in announcing this Ball Imper the above distinguished patronage respectfully solicit the support of the Brethren of the lodges in the District the Public a men really have on All previous occasions so liberally responded to the Calls made upon them m of such an excellent tickets to admit a lady gentleman 12s. 6d. Single do 10s., not tickets to to obtained from the stewards s s i ,., i stewards . T. Mead Hampton Road. . T. F. Jones Mirrington Street. . J. Bait 143 Argyle Street. . J. Mclaren 246 Macquarie . �. Ross no. L8, new Street Forest i . J. A Ward,161 Bathurst Stree. Bro. Hug Man Sandy Bay Dentith Gagliardi s band is engaged for the occasion., ii the different Volunteer corps Are invited to attend in . A Lowe Sec Colville Street Battery point24s steady Man As Groom. Apply at the Derwent hotel Murray Street. The wanted a Man As Cook. He must Beable to milk. Apply to the Rev. J. R. Buckland Hutchins school. The i i wanted by a Young Man can a situation As store Man or in any other capacity where he can make himself useful. Apply h. Office of this paper. Wanted to borrow-�3200 �2000 on Good mortgage Security. Apply to j. W. Graves solicitor Hobart 25 Street. Al state of be let for ? a term of five or seven years the Well known agricultural estate of Dambock near Eva Dale formerly the residence of a r. Kenworthy Esq., consisting of about 550 acres the whole of which has been cultivated. There is a Large substantial Brick dwelling House with extensive Range of excellent Brick stables coach House barn other outbuildings with a most productive Orchard Garden of five acres. Dambock is at present in the occupation of Robert Gibson Esq.,Whoso tenancy expires on the 1st of March next when posses Sion can to Given. Tenders for renting the above estate addressed to w. D. Grub Esq., solicitor Laun Ceston from whom terms conditions of the lease May be obtained will be received up to the 1st october next. The undersigned does not bind himself to accept the highest or any tender. Theodore Bartley. Launceston August 25,1862. To o chemists let in a Central Pai t of Launceston most eligible business premises Well adapted for either of the above trades with a certainty of commanding a Good run of Busineau. For particulars apply to the office of this paper. August is 1862. The to will be receive for the completion of the front of St. George s Church Battery Point on thurs day7 the 2nd of october next at 12 o clock at the office of the undersigned. Macquarie Street we Creith plans specifications May be inspected. Francis Butler architect Surveyor. 23 24 26 29 1 2o n new its Hudson Are prepared to Supply fix the new High pressure or screw Down taps required by Tho corporation Bye Law to a fied before the 1st october next. I�5 p1�rince of Wales hotel Flinders Lane cast beg to in form Tho squatters gentlemen families of Tasmania that this old established hotel has been re opened assure those May Honor us with their patronage that they will not have cause to re Gret it As to intend that its previous Well. Known character shall be tidy maintained. Lemme Walter mwfi6n proprietors. Degree of associate of arts. Tho annual meeting of the Council of education will to held at Tho court House Macquarie Street on wednesday next the 24th instant at 2 o Olock , to receive the report of Tho examiners As to the result of the examination for the degree of associate of arts to Confer that degree upon Tho successful candidates. Tho Council will at the same time award Tho tasmanian scholarships should the report of the examiners to favourable. Tho Council will also award two exhibitions to Superior schools. Tho proceedings will be opon to the Public. By order of Tho Council Murray Burgess Secretary. Tasmanian Council of education september 20,1s62._ s2224 dec panics lecture. For thursday evening 25th instant will to delivered by w Johnston Esq. Subject a " Early life upon the doors open at 7, to commence at half past 7i o Clook. Admission for non members is. Thos. Wbjtesd3es, b25 ser Iarj

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