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  2. MUNICIPAL COUNCILS.

    The New Tonn Municipal Council met last evening. Present: The Warden (Mr. J. H. Edwards), Councillors N. Oldham. E. J. Baynton. F. M. Young, H. Smith, ...

    Article : 676 words
  3. COMERCIAL.

    Messrs. Roberts and Co Limited report having sold at the Hobart slaughter-yards yesterday the following:—Blshopsbourne, [?] bullocks £10 15s to £10 12s 6d; 4 steers £8 ...

    Article : 347 words
  4. COMPETITION HAS ITS EVILS.

    "The time is now coming when ive shall have to think of taking, some of the teeth out of the hideous jaw of that beast competition, a beast which is ...

    Article : 400 words
  5. Advertising

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    Advertising : 1,196 words
  6. MINING.

    In the Long Tunnel, at Walhalla, stoping has been resumed above the No. 21 level to the north-west ground. The reef varies from a few inches to 10ft in width, and shows fair ...

    Article : 745 words
  7. AMUSEMENTS.

    Mr. E. A. Stacey and his wonderfully effective combination of "Little Players" have revived their performance of the fairy pantomime. "The Sleeping Beauty" ...

    Article : 399 words
  8. FRUIT.

    Messrs. A. G. Webster and Son report:— At our sale on Thursday we offered a large catalogue to a full attendance of buyers. All clean lines met with brisk competition, and ...

    Article : 295 words
  9. POLICE COURTS.

    Before the Mayor (Aid. D. Freeman), Aldermen G. Kerr, and Mr. W. Smith, J.P., at the City Police Court yesterday, James Walter Bromfield, aged 58, ...

    Article : 212 words
  10. STOCK EXCHANGES.

    Gold.—Tasmania s 8s 6d. Devon b 6d. New Golden Gate b 2s 3d. Copper and Silver. — Broken Hill Block 10 b 47s, s 50s. Mackintosh b 1s. Mount ...

    Article : 141 words
  11. SKATING RINK.

    Last evening, in the skating rink, a seven days' race was started. The competitors, race for ten minutes each night, their distances are recorded, and on the ...

    Article : 108 words
  12. NORTHERN MARKETS.

    Messrs. W. T. Bell and Co. Limited, Launceston, report for the week ending Saturday, July 25:—Business in produce during the week has been on a par with last, but most ...

    Article : 425 words
  13. "PERSONAL EXPERIENCES IN THE FAR EAST."

    Last evening, in the Mechanies'-hall, the Rev. J. Nall, who is on leave of absence for 12 months from his labours delivered a lecture on his "Personal ...

    Article : 112 words
  14. MANAGERS' REPORTS.

    South Hercules, July 22.—During the fortnight ended the main crosscut has been driven a further distance of lift., making the total length 763ft. There is no change to ...

    Article : 576 words
  15. LAUNCESTON.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 158 words
  16. A VAGRANT SENTENCED.

    An old offender, named Thomas Savage, was charged at the City Police Court yesterday with having no visible means of subsistence. He pleaded not guilty, ...

    Article : 154 words
  17. "THE SCARLET PIMPERNEL."

    There was a large demand for seats at Walchs' yesterday morning, when the plans were opened for the first five nights of the coming dramatic season, and on ...

    Article : 263 words
  18. MELBOURE MARKETS.

    Wheat was steady, with moderate inquiry and business at 4s 2½ per bushel. Flour was quiet at £9 10s per ton, and bran and pollard at 1s 2d per bushel. Algerian oats ...

    Article : 159 words
  19. MELBOUENE.

    Cathcart moved forward without much effort, and Duke and Main Lead Consols strengthened to 16s 3d buyer. New Loch Fyn[?]advanced to 12s 2d, chiefly on the ...

    Article : 305 words
  20. A PATHETIC DEFENCE.

    At the Queenborough Police Court yesterday, before the Warden (Mr. A. E. Eckford) and Mr. W. Batt, J.P., Sergt. Plane prosecuting, a first offender ...

    Article : 129 words
  21. THE EXPLOSTON ON THE CRUISER TENNESSEE.

    Details have reached Sydney from San Francisco of the explosion on the American cruiser Tennessee. The disaster occurred at San Pedro. A steam pipe in the ...

    Article : 447 words
  22. SYDNEY MARKETS.

    Fifteen hundred bags of wheat sold to-day at 4s 3d per bushel. Holders generally are asking 4s 3½d. Flour was quoted at £9 to £9 5s per ton. Produce was quiet. Chaff ...

    Article : 256 words
  23. LAUNCESTON.

    The hearing of the charge preferred against David Peters of stealing two twitch chains, one claw hammer, and one screw wrench, valued at 12s., the ...

    Article : 65 words
  24. ANNIVERSARY SMOKE SOCIAL.

    The annual smoke social in connection with the Hobart Catholic Young Men's Society was held in St. Peter's-hall last evening, and was a splendid success. ...

    Article : 147 words
  25. ZEEHAN.

    At the Zeehan Police Court yesterday, George Wallace was brought up on a charge of being drunk and disorderly on Saturday night. The Bench, in view of ...

    Article : 193 words
  26. A SOLDIER'S SUICIDE.

    Bombardier Arthur Russell Shea, of No. 6 Company, R.A.A., committed suicide at Queenscliff to-day. He was under arrest on a charge of ...

    Article : 271 words
  27. WEST COAST MINING.

    Carroll's Tribute (Silver, King).—The original 2[?] h.p. oil engine used at this tribute has been replaced by a 12 h.p. one, and pumping was resumed last night. This ...

    Article : 94 words
  28. ACCIDENT IN A HAT MILL.

    The action brought by Ernest George Harris to recover £l,000 from the Union Hat Mills, North Carlton, as damages for the loss of his hand, was concluded ...

    Article : 56 words
  29. QUEENBOROUGH REVISION COURT.

    A sitting of the Electoral Revision Court for the district of Queenborough in tile House of Assembly was held in the Council-room yesterday. There were ...

    Article : 159 words
  30. THE TASMANIA MINE.

    Private advices received in Launceston from Beaconsfield state that a very large quantity of quartz is now available in the lower levels of the Tasmania mine, all the ...

    Article : 57 words
  31. UNEMPLOYED IN NEW ZEALAND.

    In reference to the recent meetings of unemployed, the Miniiter of Public Works and Railways (Mr. W. Hall-Jones) says he can find employment for hundreds of ...

    Article : 47 words
  32. SCOTTSDALE[?]

    Before Messrs. S. Hawkeys and P. H. Tucker, Js.P., on Friday, a prohibition order was issued against E. J. Cunningham. Geo. Sellers, charged with allowing ...

    Article : 132 words
  33. DOMAIN IMPROVEMENTS.

    Sir,—I notice that at a meeting of the Domain Committee it was suggested to fence off portions-of the Domain and sow wattle seed, in the hope that not ...

    Article : 265 words
  34. TEE S.T. KENNEL CLUB.

    Sir,—In yesterday's issue I notice account of the meeting of the S.T.K. Club. This show is evidently waining ground rapidly, and in view of it now ...

    Article : 245 words
  35. LOST AND FOUND.

    The case of Mrs. Beechey reminds old residents of the South or a similar incident that occurred at Port Esperance upwards of 40 years ago. I refer to ...

    Article : 191 words
  36. BURNIE.

    At the Burnie Police Court yesterday Leslie Pickett, aged 26, charged with unlawfully entering the Wevenhoe brewery on December 21, was sentenced ...

    Article : 53 words
  37. "COMMONWEALTH CHEATED YOU."

    Replying to a deputation which asked for dock extension, Mr. Airey, the State Treasurer, said his surplus had dwindled to about £100,000. ...

    Article : 140 words
  38. BACON FACTORY AT ST. LEONARDS.

    A petition in support of the application of Messrs. J. C. Hutton and Co. for permission to erect a bacon factory at St. Leonards is being circulated for ...

    Article : 112 words
  39. TASMANIAN TYPOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY.

    Sir,—I crave space in your widely lead journal to remove a misapprehension that appears to exist in regard to the question asked by Mr. Watkins, ...

    Article : 242 words
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