Page 2 Edition: AFTERNOON articles

  • Shipping Intelligence. ENTERED INWARDS

    May 7—Schooner Freak, 79 tons, J. Downing, from Melbourne; Thompson & Co. agents in ballast. May 7—Brig Mercury, 150 tons, J. Tulloch. from Melbourne: R. Green & Co. agents. ... [Article] (415 words)
  • TELEGRAPHIC SHIPPING. TAMAR HEADS.

    Arrived—May 5, Freak, Melbourne; steamer T[?]ania Coast; Mercury. Melbourne; [?] Melbourne. 7—Steamer Royal Shepherd. Melbourne. This day—Nil; wind W., ... [Article] (64 words)
  • HIGH WATER AT LAUNCESTON.

    Wednesday, 3h 47m. a.m.; 4h. 9m. p.m. Thursday, 4h 31m; a.m.; 4h. 53m. p.m. Moon, last quarter, Sunday next, 13th instant at 5h. 4m, 52s. a.m. ... [Article] (33 words)
  • CIRCULAR HEAD. ARRIVALS.

    April 27—Schooner Tommy, 59 tons, Gibson, from Melbourne; Emmelt, agent. 4 cases syrup, order. 28—Schooner Dove, 49 tons. Jones from ... [Article] (416 words)
  • MISCELLANEOUS.

    The Star of Tasmania arrived in the London dockson, the 17th March, after another of her usual rapid passages, and again beating all the ships that sailed from the colonies about the ... [Article] (482 words)
  • Commercial and Markets. LAUNCESTON, MAY 8.

    The arrival of the mail from England has not as yet had much effect upon the market here. Flour is firm at 22/ for quantity. Wheat is coming in steadily and good samples are worth ... [Article] (195 words)
  • LAUNCESTON POST OFFICE. SHIP MAILS.

    To Adelaide, Sydney, and Melbourne, per Royal Shepherd on Thursday next, at 11 o'clock a.m. To London, via Suez and Marsellies, per ... [Article] (81 words)
  • Family Notices

    ... [Family Notices] (195 words)
  • LAUNCESTON EXAMINER. Tuesday, May 8, 1860. LAUNCESTON ELECTION.

    THE Returning Officer notifies the receipt of the writ. The period within which candidates may be nominated is from the 11th till the 19th day of May ... [Article] (240 words)
  • ENGLISH NEWS. HOME AND FOREIGN.

    In Naples and Venice tyranny reigns. The agitation in Hungary continues. A good deal of money is being subscribed in Ireland for the Pope. ... [Article] (1523 words)
  • REPRESENTATION OF AUSTRALIA IN THE CONGRESS OF STATISTICAL SCIENCE.

    Our Australian readers may be interested to learn that an application has been made by the Duke of Newcastle, Colonial Secretary of State to the "Australian ... [Article] (145 words)
  • TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. Sydney, 30th April.

    There has been heavy continuous rains from Wednesday to Saturday; on that day there was a perfect deluge, which flooded both the city and country. The Southern ... [Article] (276 words)
  • OFFICIAL NOTICES.

    The following tenders have been accepted—Samuel Page and Son, land carriage; George Dincen, provisions, fuel, and light at Carrick. ... [Article] (166 words)
  • TASMANIAN AUXILIARY BIBLE SOCIETY.

    The annual meeting of this society was held on Thursday evening, in the Mechanics' Institute to commemorate its fortieth anniversary, when his Excellency ... [Article] (864 words)
  • SECOND QUARTERLY LICENSING MEETING.

    The second quarterly meeting for granting licenses and transfers of licenses was held yesterday. The following magistrates were present:—J. Whitefoord, Esq. ... [Article] (862 words)
  • SUPREME COURT. CRIMINAL SITTINGS. SATURDAY, MAY 5. (Before SIR V. FLEMING, KNT, Chief Justice.) STEALING A SADDLE.

    (The trial of Robert Leach for stealing a saddle, the property of Richard Davidson, terminated in a verdict of guilty.) Patrick Armstrong was charged with ... [Article] (191 words)
  • MONDAY, MAY 7. The Court reopened at 10 o'clock. UTTERING A FORCED CHEQUE.

    John Wilson and John Croften were charged with uttering a forged cheque for the payment of £6 3s., with intent to defraud. Plea not guilty. ... [Article] (1126 words)

Zoom

plus
thumb
minus
left
thumb
right
up
thumb
down