Present—W. R. Stewart, Esq. (Warden.), Councillors Cox, Atkins, and Collins. The minutes of the last meeting were ...Article : 118 words
June 28.—Shannon, barge, 50 tons, Nicholas, from Port Arthur Coal Mines. June 28.—Seymour, barge, 55 tons, Peterson, from Port Seymour Coal Mines. ...Article : 2,460 words
The Hon. the Colonial Secretary, Hobart Town. SIR,—I had the honor last night to forward to you by telegram the result of the ...Article : 128 words
Present—W.R. Stewart (Chairman), James Cox, J. Whitehead, and J. Ralston, Esqs., J.P.'s BRYAN v. GEE.—For £9, thrashing. ...Article : 69 words
SIR,—I am in receipt of your letters of the 27th and 28th inst., forwarding resolution passed at a meeting of the shareholders of the company, and suggesting ...Article : 211 words
The Council met at 3 p.m. Present—The Warden (W. Dodery, Esq.). Councillors Appleyard, Archer, Gibson, Nickolls, and Toosey. ...Article : 349 words
To the Hon. the Colonial Secretary. Without the advance to the company, on loan, of the funds already paid out of revenue on the extras on banks and ...Article : 166 words
Mr Tidy, Inspecting Surveyor. DEAR SIR,—My attention has been called to a report published this morning in the Launceston Examiner of proceedings in the ...Article : 185 words
The Honorable the Colonial Secretary. Directors have met. Messsrs. Green, Robertson, Weedon, Webster, and Fisher present. They confirm my telegram of ...Article : 134 words
The following additional correspondence has passed between the Secretary of the Launceston and Western Railway Co. and the Colonial Secretary, since the ...Article : 307 words
The Secretary L. and W. Railway. DEAR SIR,—In answer to your letter of the 8th drawing my attention to Dr. Appleyard's ...Article : 975 words
H. Dowling, Esq., Launceston. Much as the Government regret the decision at which the directors have ...Article : 202 words
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