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  2. THE GOVERNOR.

    Our Melbourne correspondent telegraphed last night:—"The Governor of Tasmania and the Lady Edeline Strickland arrived from Hobart this morning. ...

    Article : 70 words
  3. NEWS OF THE DAY.

    The Minister for Lands will leave to-day for Sydney, where he will attend the conference of Ministers of Agriculture, which has been convened to discuss the ...

    Article : 51 words
  4. Advertising

    {No abstract available}

    Advertising : 726 words
  5. SHIPPING.

    Mahinapua, s.s., 456 tons, K. Livingstone, for Strahan. Passengers — Saloon: Mesdames Nichols, Fogarty, Roberts, Fitzpatrick and child, Grundy, Richardson, Clay and infant; ...

    Article : 53 words
  6. NAVAL.

    Our Melbourne correspondent cabled last evening as follows:—"Vice-Admiral Sir Richard Poore will leave for Hobart in H.M.S. Powerful on Thursday ...

    Article : 39 words
  7. EXPORTS—February 22.

    Komata, s.s., for Wellington—47,198ft. timber. February 23. Wild Wave, bq., for Melbourne, from Port ...

    Article : 284 words
  8. UNIVERSITY COUNCIL.

    An election took place yesterday by the Senate of the University of Tasmania, of a member of the Council in the place of Mr. H. C. Kingsmill, M.A., who resigns ...

    Article : 69 words
  9. SHORTAGE OF TRUCKS.

    Our Launceston correspondent reported last night that the officials of the Cornwall Coal Company had stated, in explanation of their mine being idle three ...

    Article : 54 words
  10. HOBART WOOL SALES.

    The second and last special wool sale of the Hobart reason was held in the Town-hall yesterday. Three catalogues— those of Messrs. Roberts and Co., Fryer ...

    Article : 155 words
  11. ANOTHER BIG TIMBER SHIPMENT.

    In addition to the large number of vessels mentioned the other day as having been engaged to load timber at Tasmanian outports, the Huon Timber ...

    Article : 110 words
  12. QUEENBOROUGH'S BATHS.

    "I mean it, every bit of it; our baths are the cleanest, the healthiest, and the nicest in the city, such was the Warden of Queenborough's beginning to a glowing ...

    Article : 252 words
  13. PORT AND CUSTOMS COLLECTIONS.

    The revenue of the Hobart Marine Board between February 15 and February 22 totalled £633 17s. 2d. The receipts under the principal headings were: ...

    Article : 121 words
  14. THE FRUIT STEAMERS.

    The Blue Funnel liner Orestes, which was expected to arrive yesterday afternoon from Sydney, had not put in an appearance by midnight, but was hourly expected. She ...

    Article : 87 words
  15. TO CORRESPONDENTS.

    "Albion."—Like the scorpion, your letter has the sting in its tail. We do not want a controversy on religious subjects in our columns, and ...

    Article : 37 words
  16. The Mercury.

    An Assessment Appeal Court was held yesteday at Zeehan. The feature of yesterday's wool sales was the high price for lambswool; ...

    Article : 616 words
  17. INCREASED FARES.

    A telegram from Dunedin a few days ago ago (says the Sydney "Daily Telegraph") stated that intercolonial fares had been increased by the Union Company by the ...

    Article : 128 words
  18. THE METEOROLOGICAL DEPARTMENT.

    The Minister of Home Affairs (Senator Keating), telegraphed our Melbourne correspondent last night, has sent to Launceston Mr. Joscelyne, of the ...

    Article : 88 words
  19. THE VOYAGE ROUND CAPE HORN.

    Many a well-found sailing ship has come to grief in endeavouring to round Cape Horn. Steamers, on the other hand, have the option of navigating through the Straits ...

    Article : 139 words
  20. THE "GAZETTE."

    The Tasmanian Government "Gazette," published to-day, contains:—Accounts of the Oatlands municipality, the Upper Sorell Road Trust, the Colebrook Road ...

    Article : 48 words
  21. DEATH IN A TRAIN.

    A young woman named Catherine Agnes Vernen, living at Gould's Country, died in the Hobart-Launceston express train yesterday at Evandale. The deceased ...

    Article : 103 words
  22. THE PORT OF HOBART.

    The comparisons which we publish to-day between the various Australian ports show Hobart in a particularly favourable light. It has long been ...

    Article : 240 words
  23. REV. ROBERT KNOPWOOD'S PRAYER BOOK.

    At a meeting in the Synod-hall last evening Bishop Mercer stated that Mr. Bernard Shaw had secured for £5 the large size Prayer Book used by the Rev. ...

    Article : 63 words
  24. ANOTHER MAMMOTH LINER.

    June 7 is appointed for the first sailing of the Prinz Friedrich Wilhelm, the new steamer being built at Bremerhaven for the Norddeutscher-Lloyd Company. The vessel ...

    Article : 158 words
  25. ARREST OF A HOSPITAL COOK.

    The city detectives yesterday arrested Hy. Vimpany, cook at the General Hospital, on the charge of larceny, on February 23, of 31lb. potatoes, one marrow, ...

    Article : 61 words
  26. CRIMINAL SITTINGS.

    The Criminal Sittings of the Supreme Court will be commenced to day at Hobart. The Chief Justice will preside in No. 1 court, Mr. Justice McIntyre in ...

    Article : 76 words
  27. GERMAN COMPETITION.

    Singapore is a sort of Clapham Junction of the East. Consequently the news that the Norddeutscher- Lloyd have driven the Japanese out of the trade of ...

    Article : 156 words
  28. A BRAVE FISHERMAN.

    When the English three-masted schooner Doris foundered on the sandbanks off Flushing recently the Dutch lifeboat William III. could not reach the wreck through the ...

    Article : 113 words
  29. CORONER'S INQUIRY.

    The District Coroner (Mr. G. W. Allwright) held an inquest yesterday at the Bellerive Hotel concerning the sudden death on Sunday evening of the licensee, ...

    Article : 87 words
  30. CHINESE SHIPPING TRADE.

    An exchange says that a group of C[?]se mandarins is taking measures for, establishing a steam navigation company for furthering the Chinese shipping trade. The ...

    Article : 44 words
  31. WEST AUSTRALIAN BLACKS.

    Once again charges have been made of a very serious nature with regard to the treatment of West Australian blacks, and have been found to be, in the main, ...

    Article : 572 words
  32. WARDENS AS JUSTICES.

    Our Huon correspondent writes:—"The Warden of Huon (Mr. W. J. Thomas) is in communication with the Orown Law officers on the question as to the ...

    Article : 159 words
  33. THE COASTAL STEAMERS.

    The Mahinapua left here at 1.10 p.m. yesterday for Strahan. The Karori, from Sydney, took the ground in Macquarie Harbour Channel at 7.30 a.m. ...

    Article : 37 words
  34. STAMP SELLING LICENSES.

    The determination of the Postal Department to recall all the stamp selling licenses has been arrived at (says the "Age"), with the ultimate intention of ...

    Article : 141 words
  35. VESSELS IN PORT.

    Alm. bq., from Sundsvall. Challenger, H.M.S., from Wellington. Cambrian, H.M.S., from Sydney. Carin, bgtine, from Port Pirie. ...

    Article : 83 words
  36. THE NORTHERN TERRITORY.

    It is announced that "a Bill is being drafted for the Prime Minister accepting from South Australia the control of and responsibility for the Northern ...

    Article : 806 words
  37. CONFERENCE OF MINING INSPECTORS.

    A conference of inspectors of mines has been held at Queenstown, and it was attended by Mr. Wallace, Secretary for Mines. Mr. Wallace and Messrs. ...

    Article : 85 words
  38. LOADING AT OUTPORTS

    Java, bq., Shipwright's Pt., for U.K. Mariner, sch., Port Arthur, for Melbourne. ...

    Article : 15 words
  39. RIVER STEAMERS.

    Mongana.—New Norfolk. Taranna.—New Norfolk. Ivy—Brown's River. Star.—Huon. ...

    Article : 13 words
  40. HOLIDAY FOR SENATORS.

    When the tariff debate in the Senate does at length come to an end, members of the House—on the Government side, anyhow—have no intention of ...

    Article : 178 words
  41. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.

    LOW HEAD.—Arrived—February 23, 11.35 p.m., Wareatea, s.s., from Melbourne; February 24, 1.30 p.m., Helen Moore, ketch, from Straits Islands. ...

    Article : 33 words
  42. THE WORKERS' UNION.

    The local agent for the Australian Workers' Union (writes our Campbell Town correspondent) received a telegram on Friday evening from Mr. A. Rae, who ...

    Article : 103 words
  43. INTER-STATE.

    Sailed.—February 24, 7.5 p.m., Loongana, t.s., for Launceston. ...

    Article : 11 words
  44. MAIL TABLE.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 71 words
  45. THE FEDERAL SURPLUS.

    Before discussing the question of distribution among the States of the surplus revenue from Customs and Excise, it is necessary to see how far there is an ...

    Article : 939 words
  46. THE PRAYING MANTIS.

    In the course of one of her articles in the "Sydney Morning Herald" upon Papua, Miss Grimshaw mentioned the praying mantis as being common there. ...

    Article : 227 words
  47. BIG TROUT IN NEW SOUTH WALES.

    The largest trout of the season 1907-8 was landed at the Kydra River, Nimitybelle, New South Wales, last week (according to the "Sydney Morning ...

    Article : 240 words
  48. WEATHER REPORT.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 566 words
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