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THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 1828. (Article), The Hobart Town Courier (Tas. : 1827 - 1839), Saturday 26 April 1828 page Article 2014-12-20 15:19 ceeds to Sydney, and thence to England^ ¦' ¦'
April 21. ..Sailed, the ship Medway," Captain
planks blue gam, 615 ditto cedar, 7623 treenails,
From this place, 310 bales wool, S boxes seeds and
plants, 1 ditto curiosities. v Passengers, Messrs. Ed-
?¦ --: -1..;
ceeds to Sydney, and thence to England
April 21. Sailed, the ship Medway, Captain
planks blue gum, 615 ditto cedar, 7623 treenails,
From this place, 310 bales wool, 3 boxes seeds and
plants, 1 ditto curiosities. Passengers, Messrs. Ed-

Classified Advertising (Advertising), The Hobart Town Courier (Tas. : 1827 - 1839), Saturday 12 April 1828 page Advertising 2014-12-20 15:10 Lodge) intending lo visit England per Ried'
Lodge) intending lo visit England per Med-
SOUTHERN CROSS AT DEVONPORT (Article), The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times (Tas. : 1899 - 1919), Friday 8 October 1915 page Article 2014-12-19 11:11 ? The harqucntmo Southern Cross ar
night,' with 120,q00ffc.,.of timber for tho
limestone bins oh the West Devonport
from Port Huon. The vessel; is of a
was originally built ( for, missionary
cruising in the South* Sea/ Islands,, be
ing sold to be replaced by-a steamer.
nicrl.y of Penguin, and a well-known
identity in coastal shipping' circles.
jun., 'who is a native 'of the Mersey,
and lie has vivid recollections of his
boyhood clays when he acted as coxs
wain tn a redoub'tablo champion four
composed of.W. G. JJu»k, J. Graham,
J. Laycock and H. A. Stophonsqn,
when a four-mile spin was indulged, in,
a contrast to- the mile flutters of pre
sent-day- rowing. Tho Southern Cross
left Port ' Huon exactly three weeks
yesterday, and through tho prevailing
rough w'eathor was forced to - take
shelter in Spring Bay on tho East
a message by 'phone was sent to Ho
bart giving her rendezvous', which
came, out in the press as the Bay of
Kires. 100 miles distant. However,
launch 'Success' near. Wright's Is
land and berthed at the West Devon-'
Tlie Southern Cioss will remain .hero
Port Huon to load timber for an inter
state port. 'Hiis shipment will on
able the contractor. Mr. !?'.; H. ll.-iiliAS.
to XcwcastUi ; tho schooner Enterprise
timber Irnm Port Huon, whilst the
ketch H.J.II. would have been hero
with n further qniintjty from.IWky
by the niHgh weather, as after hav
ing taken half ;\ cargo aboard, she had
The barquentine Southern Cross ar-
night, with 120,000ft. of timber for the
limestone bins on the West Devonport
from Port Huon. The vessel is of a
was originally built for missionary
cruising in the South Sea Islands, be-
ing sold to be replaced by a steamer.
merly of Penguin, and a well-known
identity in coastal shipping circles.
jun., who is a native of the Mersey,
and he has vivid recollections of his
boyhood days when he acted as coxs-
wain in a redoubtable champion four
composed of W. G. Buck, J. Graham,
J. Laycock and H. A. Stephenson,
when a four-mile spin was indulged in,
a contrast to the mile flutters of pre-
sent-day rowing. Tho Southern Cross
left Port Huon exactly three weeks
yesterday, and through the prevailing
rough weather was forced to take
shelter in Spring Bay on the East
a message by 'phone was sent to Ho-
bart giving her rendezvous, which
came out in the press as the Bay of
Fires, 100 miles distant. However,
launch 'Success' near. Wright's Is-
land and berthed at the West Devon-
The Southern Cross will remain here
Port Huon to load timber for an inter-
state port. This shipment will en-
able the contractor, Mr. F. H. Haines,
to Newcastle; the schooner Enterprise
timber from Port Huon, whilst the
ketch H.J.H. would have been here
with n further quantity from Rocky
by the rough weather, as after hav-
ing taken half a cargo aboard, she had
MELROSE LIMESTONE. BINS PRACTICALLY COMPLETED. DEVONPORT, Friday. (Article), Examiner (Launceston, Tas. : 1900 - 1954), Saturday 15 April 1916 page Article 2014-12-19 11:00 BIf le.Aml00ALLY coMLPLarED.
The limestone bins' at the Devonport
will be brought in from AMelrose in order
run. Mfr. J. Lowie, one of the Broken
will arrive-at Devonport on Wednesday
to inspect the structure and to mnake any
necessary adjustments. It is under.
the irst week in May.
DEVOTiPORT, Friday.
BINS PRACTICALLY COMPLETED.
The limestone bins at the Devonport
will be brought in from Melrose in order
run. Mr. J. Lewis, one of the Broken
will arrive at Devonport on Wednesday
to inspect the structure and to make any
necessary adjustments. It is under-
the first week in May.
DEVONPORT, Friday.
END OF ROTOMAHANA (Article), Examiner (Launceston, Tas. : 1900 - 1954), Tuesday 24 April 1928 page Article 2014-12-19 10:40 Wdthin the next few days, says the
Within the next few days, says the
END OF ROTOMAHANA (Article), Examiner (Launceston, Tas. : 1900 - 1954), Tuesday 24 April 1928 page Article 2014-12-19 10:40 END OF ROTOMAIIAI A  
END OF ROTOMAHANA  
END OF ROTOMAHANA (Article), Examiner (Launceston, Tas. : 1900 - 1954), Tuesday 24 April 1928 page Article 2014-12-19 10:39 . END OF ROTOMAIIAI A
sea, and sunk off Cape Schanck. Prob
command of her many years ago, re
as follows:-"My beautiful ship is like
a thing of life. As tractable as.a per
she is as reliable as a fire proof safe,
ahead, or astern, as easily and smooth
ly-as a new railway locomotive on the
quite naturally into her berth, and nes
ties against the wharf patiently waiting
in the form of a greyhound was car
ried on the masthead of the Rotoma
Iana, in her palmy days, as a chal
END OF ROTOMAIIAI A
sea, and sunk off Cape Schanck. Prob-
command of her many years ago, re-
as follows:- "My beautiful ship is like
a thing of life. As tractable as a per-
she is as reliable as a fire-proof safe,
ahead, or astern, as easily and smooth-
ly as a new railway locomotive on the
quite naturally into her berth, and nes-
tles against the wharf patiently waiting
in the form of a greyhound was car-
ried on the masthead of the Rotoma-
hana, in her palmy days, as a chal-
Charges of Illegal Betting. (Article), Prahran Chronicle (Vic. : 1894 - 1906; 1914 - 1918), Saturday 17 April 1915 page Article 2014-12-18 12:49 Frank Martin; butcher, deposed to
having made: bets with defendant at
his .shop.i Witness also introduced
Constiable Fiederlie (who was in plain
Plafit-clothes Constable Halpin gave
10/? costs on one charge.
Frank Martin, butcher, deposed to
having made bets with defendant at
his shop. Witness also introduced
Constable Federlie (who was in plain
Plain-clothes Constable Halpin gave
10/- costs on one charge.
Charges of Illegal Betting. (Article), Prahran Chronicle (Vic. : 1894 - 1906; 1914 - 1918), Saturday 17 April 1915 page Article 2014-12-18 12:45 Erfiest Avery, bootmaker, was
charged with having used his pre
mises, Inkerman-street, for the pur
represented. by Mi. Ridgeway, pleaded
not guilty. "
Ernest Avery, bootmaker, was
charged with having used his pre-
mises, Inkerman-street, for the pur-
represented. by Mr. Ridgeway, pleaded
not guilty.
WELCOME TO RETURNED MEN (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Saturday 27 July 1946 page Article 2014-12-18 11:53 At St Kilda Town Hall last night
At St. Kilda Town Hall last night

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