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  2. LOCAL GOVERNMENT BILL.

    The Premier desires it to be stated that he suggested to Dr. McCall, as he was familiar with the measure, that he should take charge of the Local ...

    Article : 55 words
  3. Advertising

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    Advertising : 1,263 words
  4. SHIPPING.

    Anglian, s.s., 2,159 tons, H. L. Dunsford, for Sydney. Passengers:—Saloon: Rev. E. H. and Mrs. Thompson; Mesdames Wilson, R. Watson, Kenny, S. B. Elkln; Misses Liley, G. ...

    Article : 1,807 words
  5. THE CLOCK AND CHIMES.

    Some little stir was caused yesterday at the new Post Office corner by the hoisting of the bells and machinery to their position in the tower. Quite ...

    Article : 94 words
  6. "COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALLA. GAZETTE."

    The "Gazette" of the 27th May contains the following notifications having special reference to Tasmania:—Postmaster-Genoral's Department.—J. ...

    Article : 158 words
  7. MAIL TABLE.

    United Kingdom, Europe, to-morrow morning Australian States, to-morrow morning, per Loongana; Friday morning, per Walkare. N.S. Wales (direct), this day, per Oonah. ...

    Article : 90 words
  8. THE PICTORIAL "MAIL."

    The jubilee of the Tasmanian Temperance Alliance enables "The Tasmanian Mail" to publish a fine series of portraits of past and present ...

    Article : 124 words
  9. TO CORRESPONDENTS.

    "Loyalty and Religion."—We will keep your letter for use, if required by further reference to the subject. ...

    Article : 20 words
  10. The Mercury.

    Customs returns for the week ending May 26 inst.:—Hobart, £3,354 11s. 7d.; Launceston, £2,275 13s. 9d. His Excellency the Governor gave a ...

    Article : 516 words
  11. FIRE AT ST. JOHN'S CHURCH.

    The fire which occurred at St. John's Presbyterian Church, Macquarie-street, at an early hour on Tuesday morning appears to have been less serious than ...

    Article : 236 words
  12. THE LATE SIR ADYE DOUGLAS.

    It was fitting that at the first meeting of, the Legislative Council which has been held since the death of Sir Adye Douglas, some reference should have ...

    Article : 196 words
  13. OBSCURE CATTLE DISEASE IN THE MIDLANDS.

    The Premier received a telegram last evening from Mr. Price, Premier of South Australia, stating that Mr. Desmond, their cattle expert, is ...

    Article : 83 words
  14. PARLIAMENTARY POPKINSISM.

    Those who attacked Mr. Propsting yesterday, both in the Council and, the Assembly, appeared to be very much gravelled for lack of matter. They did ...

    Article : 410 words
  15. NATIONAL ASSOCIATION.

    The usual meeting of the District Council was held on Monday evening, the Hon. G. P. Fitzgerald being in the chair. The proposed alterations to the ...

    Article : 76 words
  16. GALLERY NOTES, TUESDAY, MAY 29. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

    The proceedings in the Legislative Council subsequent to the opening ceremonies were brief and unevertful, notwithstanding the action taken by Mr. ...

    Article : 458 words
  17. THE NO-CONFIDENCE MOTION.

    The action of the Opposition and of the Labour party in opposing the motion bythe Premier for an immediate adjournment after doing formal business, has ...

    Article : 708 words
  18. CONTINENTAL SOCIALISM.

    While we, here, are entertained with so many dissertations on what is called Socialism, but which has a very remote resemblance to the real thing, it will be ...

    Article : 1,163 words
  19. NEWS OF THE DAY. PARLIAMENTARY DINNER AT GOVERNMENT HOUSE.

    Last evening His Excellency the Governer entertained to dinner at Government House the Speaker and members of the House of Assembly. The ...

    Article : 76 words
  20. MR. SEDDON'S VISIT.

    The Premier yesterday received a telegram from the Right Hon. Richard Seddon, Prime Minister of New Zealand. in answer to an invitation ...

    Article : 77 words
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