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  2. INLAND TELEGRAMS.

    HOBART, MONDAY.—Major Wallack has returned from his visit to the West Coast, where he has been inspecting the newlyformed Zeehan contingent of the Defence ...

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  3. CORRESPONDENCE.

    SIR,—The fcauchise upon which the Seaste of the Federal Parliament is to be elected is a quesion exercising very much the minds of many the ors in Tasmania. ...

    Article : 173 words
  4. FEDERATION.

    Last week we commented upon the feel that many of the persons appointed at a public meeting held in Hobart to select ten federal candidates for the mmendation to ...

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  5. A BUGGY ACCIDENT.

    HOBART, MONDAY.—This morning as Mr George Fagg, architect, was driving from Newtown to Hobart the relos became entangled with the horse's tail, caucing him to ...

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  6. TESTAMENTARY.

    HOBART, MONDAY.—The following probates have been issued:—Michael Barrett to Patrick J. C. Flynbe, £50; James Austin to William Hose Bullivant, £2506; Elizabeth ...

    Article : 76 words
  7. HICKSON'S CLAIM.

    MATHINNA, MONDAY.—Very rich stone has been met with in sicking Hickson's main sbaft. The lode passed through shows splendid geld, equal to several oncces to the ton. ...

    Article : 85 words
  8. SPORTING.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 87 words
  9. AN UNFORTUNATE YOUNG MAN.

    HOBART, MONDAY — This morning as Edward Munday, aged 21 years, was engaged feeding a chaffcutter in the vicinity of Tea Tree, having on his right hand a ...

    Article : 122 words
  10. EXPORT OF MINERALS ON THE WEST COAST.

    HOBART, TUESDAY.—A return showing the quantity and value of silver-lead, tin, copper, and pyrites ores exported from the West Coast during the month of February ...

    Article : 68 words
  11. INTERCOLONIAL SPORTING.

    MELBOURNE, MONDAY.—The following are the final acceptances for the Ascot Vale Stakes:—Aurum, Keera, Fatriot, and Hypnotist. ...

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  12. VICTORIA.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 134 words
  13. GEELONG NONDESCRIPTS v. NORTHERN TASMANIA.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 590 words
  14. MIX MONTHS FOR LARCENY.

    HOBART, MONDAY.—At the police court to-day Wm. Callaghan pleaded guilty to stealing a pair of boots from a shop in the occupancy of Mr A. Miles on Saturday. ...

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  15. V.R.O. SCRATCHINGS.

    MELBOURNE, MONDAY.—The following are the latest scratchings for the V.R.O. Autumn Meeting:— ALL ENGAGEMENTS — Wbakawatea, Lady ...

    Article : 49 words
  16. THE BETTING MARKET.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 139 words
  17. Advertising

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    Advertising : 3,038 words
  18. BURNED TO DEATH.

    HOBART, MONDAY. — Captain Miles, M.H.A., has received a telegram from Triabuoona stating that a little daughter of George Pitt Rostrevor was severely burned ...

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  19. ARRIVAL OF THE R.M.S. MASSILIA.

    HOBART, MONDAY.—The P. and O. Company's R.M.S. Masellia arrived from Sydney to-day, and after taking on board about 18,500 cases apples, 500 bars blister copper ...

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  20. A STEEPLECHASER FOR ENGLAND.

    MELBOURNE, MONDAY.—It is probable that the steeplechaser Galway will go to England. Mr S. H. Gollan was a another Australian jumper to add to his string in ...

    Article : 86 words
  21. POLITICAL.

    HOBART, MONDAY.—Mr A. E. Lord, M.L.C., finding that his sprivate business prevents him from giving proper attention to his duties as a legialator, intimates that ...

    Article : 43 words
  22. PASSING A VALUELESS CEEQUE.

    HOBART, MONDAY.—At the Police Court to-day A.S. Hyde, charged with passing a valucless cheque, was further remanded until Friday next. ...

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  23. THE RACEHORSE ARGENT.

    MELBOURNE, MONDAY.—Argent, who was galloped an in the Welter Handicap at Caulfield a week ago, was on the track this morning and seemed all right again. ...

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  24. THE APPLE EXPORT TRADE.

    HOBART, MONDAY.—There is likely to be a large demand for Tasmanian apples in London this sesson, so much to that one of the largest Govent Garden salesmen has ...

    Article : 52 words
  25. AQUATICS

    On Friday evening the semi-final heat for this trophy was contesled, when W. Taylor, with 25sec, defeated E. Dally scratch, by about three lengths. The final was rowed ...

    Article : 106 words
  26. GAZETTE NOTIFICATIONS.

    HOBART, MONDAY — The following notifications appear in this week's Gazetts,—Mrs E. M'Gulnness to be post and telegraph mistress at Oakwood; Mrs C. L. Stevenson ...

    Article : 197 words
  27. HOMING.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 80 words
  28. MEETING AT INVERESK.

    Mr James Paton, one of the candidates for election to the Federal Convention, addressed a small meeting at inveresk last night. Mr W. P. M'Mahon occupied the chair. The ...

    Article : 219 words
  29. SOUTH AUSTRALIA v. VICTORIA.

    ADELAIDE, MONDAY.—The interecolonial cricket match was resumed to-day on a soft wicket. At the time of wiring South Australia had lost eight wickets for 398 runs, of ...

    Article : 50 words
  30. BOWLING.

    The match committee of the Launceston Bowling Club has issued conditions of the trophy kindly presented for competition by Mr John ...

    Article : 81 words
  31. MINING NEWS.

    Forfeited shares in the Renison Bell P. and M. Company will be sold at Hobart on Tuesday, March 9, and in the East Golden Gate on the following Tuesday. ...

    Article : 72 words
  32. THE WAY TO THE WEST.

    HOBART, MONDAY.—The Public Works Department has received information from Mr Clarke, who is in charge of one of the larties engaged in opening up a track iva the ...

    Article : 114 words
  33. CRICKET.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 144 words
  34. COLO.

    Little Wonder (Bsaconsfield).—March 1 — Winze on pyrites lode sunk only a few feet during the week in coosequence of bad sir. I have laid down air pipes to bottom ...

    Article : 630 words
  35. MEETING AT DELORAINE.

    DELORAINE, MONDAY.—A meeting was held in the Town Hall this evening, the Warden (Mr W. Abey) in the chair. The attendance was much larger than any of the ...

    Article : 72 words
  36. AM INJUNCTION AGAINST THE CORPORATION.

    HOBART, MONDAY.—A ault has been inmituted by the Attorney-General, at the instance of Samual Benjamin, against the Mayor and aldermen of Hobart. The ...

    Article : 83 words
  37. CORNWALL v. ESK.

    Sensational scoring was the chief characteristic of Saturday's play on the Association Ground, when the final match of the second round of premiership contests for the ...

    Article : 679 words
  38. ANOTHER HOBART TICKET.

    HOBART, MONDAY.—A special meeting of the Australian Natives' Association was held at the Working Men's Club this evening, when resolutions were passed ...

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  39. "PINAFORE" AT THE ROYAL.

    HOBART, MONDAY.—The Theatre Royal was crowded to excess in every part to-night by a most fashionable audience, when the nautical comic opera " H.M.S. Pluafore". ...

    Article : 90 words
  40. QUEENSTOWN.

    QUEENSTOWN, MONDAY. — Messrs. Edwards, Hayes, and Mills, members of the Grand Lodge of Independent Order of Oddfellows, with Mr Stirr, of the Zeehan lodge, ...

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  41. MEETING AT ZEEHAN.

    ZEEHAN, MONDAY.—A public meeting was held here to-night in the A M A. Hall for the purpose of diseussing the merits of the Federal Convention candidates, but it ...

    Article : 62 words
  42. Advertising

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