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|Classified Advertising (Advertising), Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser (Tas. : 1821 - 1825), Saturday 7 June 1823 page Advertising||2015-07-31 11:54||Port 'Dalrymple with Wheat during the
enfuing Quarter, agreeable to His Excel-
requeued to tranfmit their Tender? jrp the
|Port Dalrymple with Wheat during the
ensuing Quarter, agreeable to His Excel-
requeued to transmit their Tenders to the
|POLICE OFFICE—WEDNESDAY. Before F Burgess Esquir[?] (Article), The Hobarton Mercury (Tas. : 1854 - 1857), Friday 26 September 1856 page Article||2015-07-27 15:13||charged with assnulting the constable, by kicking
||charged with assaulting the constable, by kicking
|COURT OF GENERAL SESSIONS, SHEFFIELD. FRIDAY, AUGUST 19. (Before P. C. Maxwell, Esq., Commissioner.) (Article), Devon Herald (Latrobe, Tas. : 1877 - 1889), Tuesday 23 August 1887 page Article||2015-07-26 13:59||• Alexander Hutton deposed—I have
'Joseph Cocker, Fred. Holmes and' Jas.
Iiord gave corroborative evidence.
|lexander Hutton deposed—I have
'Joseph Cocker, Fred. Holmes and Jas.
Lord gave corroborative evidence.
|Family Notices (Family Notices), The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), Wednesday 11 December 1872 page Family Notices||2015-07-21 13:12||Providence Valley, aged 64 yoors, and mother of Mr. William
||Providence Valley, aged 64 years, and mother of Mr. William
|THE LATE BOAT ACCIDENT OFF THE RETREAT FARM. CORONER'S INQUEST. (Article), The Courier (Hobart, Tas. : 1840 - 1859), Monday 15 November 1858 page Article||2015-07-21 13:06||? The deceased left his home on Saturday
bullocks to one Thomas Dayine at the Old Beach.
and Gidney in the presence of witness that they wore
of rum each. Was not aware of thom having any
fishermen, but sell fish about the town now-had
Farm, Sandy Bay, deposed.-On Thursday last, I
thing they said ; two of the men were pulling in the
upside down in the water; the sails were set-viz., a
jib and mainsail- the latter a spritsail. They were
Gidney wass very feeble; there was a little hit of a
had it out. Ho began to take his braces off, and his
waist-d-n it I shall want it before I have done.'
Gidney took eff a blue woollen shirt anil sou'wester,
tract,-nothing else. I saw no money in his pos-
|Huon. The deceased left his home on Saturday
bullocks to one Thomas Devine at the Old Beach.
and Gidney in the presence of witness that they were
of rum each. Was not aware of them having any
fishermen, but sell fish about the town now - had
Farm, Sandy Bay, deposed. - On Thursday last, I
thing they said two of the men were pulling in the
upside down in the water; the sails were set - viz., a
jib and mainsail - the latter a spritsail. They were
Gidney was very feeble; there was a little bit of a
had it out. He began to take his braces off, and his
waist - d-n it I shall want it before I have done.'
Gidney took off a blue woollen shirt anil sou'wester,
tract, - nothing else. I saw no money in his pos-
|Advertising (Advertising), Colonial Times (Hobart, Tas. : 1828 - 1857), Tuesday 3 December 1839 page Advertising||2015-07-21 12:52||'August 27. 1839_CS*307
||August 27. 1839_CS*307
|THE ANNUAL MEETING Of the Hobart Town Branch Society for promoting Christian Knowledge,' and for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts. (Article), The Courier (Hobart, Tas. : 1840 - 1859), Saturday 12 January 1850 page Article||2015-07-17 15:00||have iilrendy been paid. The following granta had
been voted, but not paid :-Towards building a school-
Beach, in the chaplaincy of Brighton, £25 ; a similar
grant lowatds a school-house at the Black Brush, in the
chaplaincy of the Broad ¡Marsh; and £15 towards build-
grants for the distribution of books and tracts lo churches
|have iilrendy been paid. The following grants had
been voted, but not paid:- Towards building a school-
Beach, in the chaplaincy of Brighton, £25; a similar
grant towards a school-house at the Black Brush, in the
chaplaincy of the Broad Marsh; and £15 towards build-
grants for the distribution of books and tracts lt churches
|THE NINTH ANNIVERSARY OF THE VAN DIEMENS LAND COLONIAL MISSIONARY AND CHRISTIAN INSTRUCTION SOCIETY. (Article), The Courier (Hobart, Tas. : 1840 - 1859), Saturday 1 February 1845 page Article||2015-07-17 14:51||Broad Marsh-and to these stations he has recently
added the Old Beach-at which he holds either stated
|Broad Marsh - and to these stations he has recently
added the Old Beach -a t which he holds either stated
|LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. (Article), Hobarton Guardian, or, True Friend of Tasmania (Hobart, Tas. : 1847 - 1854), Saturday 25 June 1853 page Article||2015-07-17 14:49||F A T A L ACCIDEN T.—A man,
in Campbell-street, met his death oil
Thursday last by getting entangled wilh
the machinery: ail inquest was held
yesterday, when a verdict of .accidental
death tvas returned.
|FATAL ACCIDENT.- A man,
in Campbell-street, met his death on
Thursday last by getting entangled with
the machinery: an inquest was held
yesterday, when a verdict of accidental
death was returned.
|To the Editor of tke Colonial Times. (Article), Colonial Times (Hobart, Tas. : 1828 - 1857), Tuesday 12 January 1836 page Article||2015-07-15 14:07||To the Editor of tke Colonial Times.
ye seen the new book-a religeous thrack,
called " the Pasters Comprehensive Wish ?"
'Tis supposed to he the perductiqn to the two
copies all about the disthrict. Och ! by the
|To the Editor of the Colonial Times.
ye seen the new book - a religeous thrack,
called "the Pasters Comprehensive Wish?"
'Tis supposed to be the perduction to the two
copies all about the disthrict. Och! by the
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