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The Wellington Times Published Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. SATURDAY, JANUARY 27, 1894. The Land Tax. UNDUE TAXES BEING DEMANDED. AN ENQUIRY NECESSARY. (Article), Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette (Tas. : 1890 - 1897), Saturday 27 January 1894 page Article 2014-07-29 17:00 Accident at Mt. Oamkiion.— Our corres
pondent wrote under Thursday's date '—In
ACCIDENT AT MT. CAMERON.— Our corres
pondent wrote under Thursday's date - In
PIONEER WORK TO THE WESTWARD. TRACK TO WHALE'S HEAD. AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL COUNTRY REPORTED. SETTLEMENT AT GREEN POINT. (Article), Launceston Examiner (Tas. : 1842 - 1899), Friday 12 May 1899 page Article 2014-07-29 16:55 PIONEER WORK TO TILE
AGRICULTURAL' AND PASTORAL
about a mile from Carnac's track, ex
There is.a lot of open country through
stringy bark, also 'I noticed a belt of
blackwood, and the man fern is, plenti
a mile and .a half from Carnac's track,
cutting'the track celery-topped, also
Asked as to- the mineral prospects
examining the countrL highly im
The M~essrs. F. F. and W. W.' Ford
country is' getting opened up. The
being compelled to .stand off, and .the
cargo is placed" on 'bol" by small
boats. :The' official name of the settle
ment is' Maranah, and' a" continuation
these lands will be.opened up more and
Head and stretching away to the west
must prove a great incentive to settle
ment. 'Surveying is now being pro
PIONEER WORK TO THE
AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL
about a mile from Carnac's track, ex-
There is a lot of open country through
stringy bark, also I noticed a belt of
blackwood, and the man fern is, plenty-
a mile and a half from Carnac's track,
cutting the track celery-topped, also
Asked as to the mineral prospects
examining the country highly im-
The Messrs. F. F. and W. W. Ford
country is getting opened up. The
being compelled to stand off, and the
cargo is placed on board by small
boats. The official name of the settle-
ment is Maranah, and a continuation
these lands will be opened up more and
Head and stretching away to the west-
must prove a great incentive to settle-
ment. Surveying is now being pro-
COUNTRY NEWS BURNIE, Oct. 15. (Article), Launceston Examiner (Tas. : 1842 - 1899), Saturday 17 October 1896 page Article 2014-07-29 16:48 'Thie iuneral of the late Mr. John t-oll
Tihl illiess o1 Air. lJa. I o, ti)ld, an old
las. Taylor, has also been :ollinled to his
A sale of Crown lands was held by M'r.
Wmln. .hones at his mart on Wednesday,
the attendance beiong but a small one. A
upset price bicing reallsed in each case.
Town of Smithiton, 5 acres, Tt. Aiitken, £20;
year; 1000 acres fronting on the sea be
T. Ford, £10; 500 acres, vicinlty of Arthur
S£6.
I1UtIN!PE, Oct. 3]5
'Thie iuneral of the late Mr. John Bell
Tihl illiess o1 Mr. Jas. Dudfield, an old
J as. Taylor, has also been :ollinled to his
A sale of Crown lands was held by Mr.
Wm. Jones at his mart on Wednesday,
the attendance being but a small one. A
upset price being reallsed in each case.
Town of Smithton, 5 acres, Tt. Aiitken, £20;
year; 1000 acres fronting on the sea be-
T. Ford, £10; 500 acres, vicinity of Arthur
£6.
BURNIE, Oct. 15
MARRAWAH. (Article), The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times (Tas. : 1899 - 1919), Wednesday 23 May 1900 page Article 2014-07-29 16:23 Mrs Wainright, of Mt Cameron, is im-
cut his ankle with an axe ; the wound is
How to Prevent Croup.— We have two
Mrs Wainright, of Mt. Cameron, is im-
cut his ankle with an axe; the wound is
How to Prevent Croup. - We have two
Family Notices (Family Notices), Launceston Examiner (Tas. : 1842 - 1899), Saturday 8 August 1896 page Family Notices 2014-07-29 16:22 SHARMAN-EVANS.---On the 4th August,
T?he funeral of the late Mrs. Smith will
'leave her late residence, 9 Goderich-street,
:are invited to attend. STORRER, Under
SHARMAN-EVANS. - On the 4th August,
The funeral of the late Mrs. Smith will
leave her late residence, 9 Goderich-street,
are invited to attend. STORRER, Under
CIRCULAR HEAD. (Article), The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times (Tas. : 1899 - 1919), Saturday 6 January 1900 page Article 2014-07-29 16:13 at present, - and is-causing a good deal of  
district ; the last victim of this fell disease
morning ; his son David Kay is very ill from
CIBCULAR HEAD.
at present, and is causing a good deal of  
district; the last victim of this fell disease
morning; his son David Kay is very ill from
CIRCULAR HEAD.
RECORDER'S COURT, LAUNCESTON. CRIMINAL JURISDICTION. [By our own Reporter.] FIRST DAY—THURSDAY, MAY 7TH, 1874. Before His Honor J. Whitefoord, Esq., Recorder, and juries of twelve. The Court opened at 11 o'clock, a.m. The Solicitor-General, R. P. Adams, Esq., prosecuted for the Crown. HORSE STEALING. (Article), The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), Saturday 9 May 1874 page Article 2014-07-29 16:08 The evidence of Joshua Peek, tho landlord of
tho Qneon's Hoad public-hnuau, vvhoro prisoner had
The evidence of Joshua Peck, the landlord of
the Queen's Head public-hnuau, where prisoner had
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE ARRIVED.—July 1. (Article), The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), Tuesday 2 July 1867 page Article 2014-07-29 16:06 afternoon. .
. THK brig Onion carno ofl Lucas's slip yesterday after
'overhaul and repair, and borthod alongside tho Now
? sail on Thursday noxt..
> TflK Aladdin, whaling barque, Captain James
afternoon.
THK brig Onion carno ofl Lucas's slip yesterday after
overhaul and repair, and borthod alongside tho Now
sail on Thursday noxt.
TflK Aladdin, whaling barque, Captain James
ACCIDENTS AND OFFENCES. (Article), The Cornwall Chronicle (Launceston, Tas. : 1835 - 1880), Monday 25 January 1875 page Article 2014-07-29 16:04 failed, losing ourselves and Snally reaching
houstoiMrKdward Evans we were most
tanaly treated, and here we remained until
failed, losing ourselves and finally reaching
house of Mr Edward Evans we were most
kindly treated, and here we remained until
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED.—January 13. (Article), The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), Thursday 14 January 1875 page Article 2014-07-29 15:56 20 «sks,'l0 kgs, 30 ess fruit, H. Ivey ; 50 ess jam,
l8 ois fruit, O. S. Morgan ; 1 cs fluid magnesia, 1 CB
raspberry. Weaver & Co. ; Ho csks, GO }-CSB fruit,
4 tbs fruit, W. Ikin ; 1 kg drugs, Hinsby & Calvert ;
YssTBnnAv's Chronicle says that Mr. Charles
having been shipwrooked between the Pieman River
yesterday. From the account of the ¿Meaner given
by Mr. Mullins, it appears that he left Liunceston
James MoOlutcby, in a small cutter-rigged vessel  
named the George Town Packet, about 12 toni bur  
eggs, They visited tho Hunter Islands and the Stacks
wind blowing hard from the N.W, they were com-
veering to the weat drove the vessel towards the  
- December finding all hope of saving the cutter gone,
., Mullins determined to run her ashore in order to save
- their lives. The vessel at the lime was leaking badly,  
have,,certainly soon foundered, as her deck had
, tjarled. He headed her for a sandy spot, and after
' in a painted cavas bag some blankets, a few
package overboard. The bundlo reached the  
The tailt of the cutter came ashore, and with them
? they made a "rude tent, and when they had suffi
' ciently retted themselves (for previous to the wreck
they had been two days without Are and exposed to
pinch hardship), they started from the scans of the
RXPORTS-Januaryl3.
the direction of Macquarie Harbonr, hoping to see
sume vessel at that place .After wslkiog for a day,
however, they got disheartened and retraoed their
a hut at that place (the keeper being absent); they
20 «sks,'l0 kgs, 30 ess fruit, H. Ivey; 50 ess jam,
l8 ois fruit, O. S. Morgan; 1 cs fluid magnesia, 1 CB
raspberry. Weaver & Co.; Ho csks, GO }-CSB fruit,
4 tbs fruit, W. Ikin; 1 kg drugs, Hinsby & Calvert ;
YESTERDAY'S Chronicle says that Mr. Charles
having been shipwrecked between the Pieman River
yesterday. From the account of the disaster given
by Mr. Mullins, it appears that he left Launceston
James McClutchy, in a small cutter-rigged vessel  
named the George Town Packet, about 12 tons bur-  
eggs. They visited the Hunter Islands and the Stacks
wind blowing hard from the N.W., they were com-
veering to the west drove the vessel towards the  
December finding all hope of saving the cutter gone,
Mullins determined to run her ashore in order to save
their lives. The vessel at the time was leaking badly,  
have certainly soon foundered, as her deck had
started. He headed her for a sandy spot, and after
in a painted canvas bag some blankets, a few
package overboard. The bundle reached the  
The sails of the cutter came ashore, and with them
they made a rude tent, and when they had suffi-
ciently rested themselves (for previous to the wreck
they had been two days without fire and exposed to
much hardship), they started from the scene of the
RXPORTS - January 13.
the direction of Macquarie Harbour, hoping to see
some vessel at that place. After walking for a day,
however, they got disheartened and retraced their
a hut at that place (the keeper being absent), they

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