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PORT OF LAUNCESTON. ARRIVALS. (Article), Colonial Times (Hobart, Tas. : 1828 - 1857), Tuesday 1 August 1854 page Article 2015-05-23 14:44 July 28 -Schooner, Robert and Bet«ev. T.
Ridley, from Meltourno 29-Ship Balmoral.
357 tons, Alex. Clarke, master, from landon j
J-Crookes afient. Passengers, cabin-Messrs.
'James North. Thorn-is Lod«e. George I,a>rock
Michael Wood 'Andrew Morris. John Ch.irr.
.well, 'thornis BiUiy, George Hill; steerage
Allen Bi»o!>, A. Beaumont,'James Benumont.
Henry Carter Win Herron. Mary Herron.
Ann Herron Joh» -Herron, Martha Herron R.
Nnylor, Thos Sheard, Maria Sheard, William
Sheard. John Thomson, J. Birch. 29 -L.S N.
.TORT OF LAUNCESTON. j
>RR1VALR. I
July 28. - Schooner, Robert and Betsey. T.
Ridley, from Melbourne. 29. - Ship Balmoral,
357 tons, Alex. Clarke, master, from London;
J. Crookes agent. Passengers, cabin - Messrs.
James North, Thomas Lodge, George Laycock,
Michael Wood, Andrew Morris, John Ch.arr-
well, Thomas Bibby, George Hill; steerage
Allen Brook, A. Beaumont, James Beaumont,
Henry Carter, Wm. Herron, Mary Herron,
Ann Herron, John Herron, Martha Herron, R.
Naylor, Thos .Sheard, Maria Sheard, William
Sheard.,John Thomson, J. Birch. 29 -L.S N.
PORT OF LAUNCESTON.
ARRIVALS.
PORT OF LAUNCESTON. (Article), Colonial Times (Hobart, Tas. : 1828 - 1857), Saturday 29 July 1854 page Article 2015-05-23 13:56 PORT OF LAUNCESTON. .
Arrived-July 26.- Balmoral, ship, Clarke,
Sailed. - July 25 Schooner Dobsons,
PORT OF LAUNCESTON.
ARRIVED. - July 26.- Balmoral, ship, Clarke,
SAILED. - July 25 Schooner Dobsons,
PORT OF LAUNCESTON. (Article), Colonial Times (Hobart, Tas. : 1828 - 1857), Saturday 29 July 1854 page Article 2015-05-23 13:55 for the Mersey Coal Company.-Yesterday's
for the Mersey Coal Company. - Yesterday's
LAW. SUPREME COURT. SITTINGS AFTER SECOND TERM. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19TH. BEFORE Sir Valentine Fleming, Knt., Chief Justice, and Juries of seven. The Court re-opened at 10 o'clock. BLYTH v. SMITH. (Article), The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), Saturday 20 September 1862 page Article 2015-05-22 21:17 the road from Cherry Tree Opening to Down
Cross-examined : The persons coming from
By the Chief Justice : The road by plaintiff's
Cross-examined : Mr. Gatehouse and his men
Witness went along that road four or fiveyears
some of the trees that had been marked thirty
mill. Only a bridge over the mill race, There
By the Solicitor-General : Downward's mill
people who were out in the " black war."
pied by Mr. Blyth, Witness knew the road to
Cross-examined : Did not think the road ran
By the Chief Justice : Neither Mr. Gatehouse
Cross-examined : The old road went to the
nesses were examined :
Smith, comprising one hundred acres
partly fenced : it was a made road, and was
By the Solicitor-General :—I have said that
down a slip-panel ; I had no other fence to re-
to go to the Cherry Tree Opening ; he went over
the other road was so bad, He ground his
By the Solicitor General : I have said that
By Mr. Allport : My barn stood near the
By the Solicitor-General : I estimate this
This estate is divided by the creek from Down
Mark Wilks, a resident tor twenty years at
the road from Cherry Tree Opening to Down-
Cross-examined: The persons coming from
By the Chief Justice: The road by plaintiff's
Cross-examined Mr. Gatehouse and his men
Witness went along that road four or five years
some of the trees that had been marked thirty-
mill. Only a bridge over the mill race. There
By the Solicitor-General: Downward's mill
people who were out in the "black war."
pied by Mr. Blyth. Witness knew the road to
Cross-examine : Did not think the road ran
By the Chief Justice: Neither Mr. Gatehouse
Cross-examined: The old road went to the
nesses were examined:
Smith, comprising one hundred acres.
partly fenced: it was a made road, and was
By the Solicitor-General:— I have said that
down a slip-panel I had no other fence to re-
to go to the Cherry Tree Opening; he went over
the other road was so bad. He ground his
By the Solicitor General: I have said that
By Mr. Allport: My barn stood near the
By the Solicitor-General: I estimate this
This estate is divided by the creek from Down-
Mark Wilks, a resident for twenty years at
VINCENT-KEEP. (Article), The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times (Tas. : 1899 - 1919), Friday 1 June 1906 page Article 2015-05-21 22:14 streamers of pink ribbon. The brides
streamers of pink ribbon. The brides-
Tasmanian Intelligence. NOVEMBER 26. (Article), The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 - 1842), Tuesday 27 January 1824 page Article 2015-05-18 16:10 to Miss HANNAH MARIA DAVICB, of the same place.
to Miss HANNAH MARIA DAVICE, of the same place.
Tasmanian Intelligence. NOVEMBER 26. (Article), The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 - 1842), Tuesday 27 January 1824 page Article 2015-05-18 16:08 MARRIED.-On the27th November last, by special licence,
Orford family, her father being nearly related to the lat£ Sir
MARRIED. - On the27th November last, by special licence,
Orford family, her father being nearly related to the late Sir
LILYDALE THE SHOW REVIEWED (Article), Examiner (Launceston, Tas. : 1900 - 1954), Tuesday 3 December 1935 page Article 2015-05-18 10:13 In reply to a letter from the Asso
clation, Mr. C. K. Denny, of the Bride.
stowa Lavender Estate, wrote that he
had received very unsympathetic treat.
even to hear his case. It was re
solved to endeavour to arrange a depu
treatment for local industriee.
In reply to a letter from the Asso-
ciation, Mr. C. K. Denny, of the Bride-
stowe Lavender Estate, wrote that he
had received very unsympathetic treat-
even to hear his case. It was re-
solved to endeavour to arrange a depu-
treatment for local industries.
SNOW PICTURES. (Article), The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), Thursday 4 August 1921 page Article 2015-05-17 08:54 I The outstanding feature of this week's
The outstanding feature of this week's
SNOW PICTURES. (Article), Examiner (Launceston, Tas. : 1900 - 1954), Friday 5 August 1921 page Article 2015-05-17 08:49 There lias not born ;i full oi snow in
Tasmania like that ot' .Sunday for
over u quarter of u century, so the
opportunity should nut be losl of secur
ing a tine pictorial record of this uncom
the "Courier,'' which was issued yes
of views, and the reproductions arc of
the fines', type. There i* also a .wide
.SN'OW l'U'TURE*
There has not been a full of snow in
Tasmania like that of Sunday for
over a quarter of a century, so the
opportunity should not be lost of secur-
ing a fine pictorial record of this uncom-
the "Courier,'' which was issued yes-
of views, and the reproductions are of
the finest type. There i* also a .wide
SNOW PICTURES.

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