A public meeting was held at noon yesterday in the Council Chambers, Evandale. The Warden, Mr J. L. Smith, was voted to the chair, and read the advertisement call— ...Article : 822 words
The local quotation for tin ore yesterday was 15s 6d per unit. The s.s. Devon, which arrived from the N.W. Coast ports yesterday, brought 720 ...Article : 267 words
A special call (the fifth) of 30s per share in the Silver Duke Prospecting Association is payable on the 15th inst. All share on which the above is not paid on or before ...Article : 235 words
We have chosen to present our renders in this issue a portrait of our respected townsman, the Honorable Adye Douglas. This gentleman's public career in ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 1,253 words
Some rich specimens of silver-lead ore, from the M'Lean Prospecting Association's claim, are on view at the office of the legal manager, Mr J. H. Lithgow, in ...Article : 389 words
Private John Frost, of the L.R.R., through the medium of the Press, a short time since issued a challenge to shoot any member of the Northern Defence Force for the ...Article : 945 words
Mount Lyell.—August 1—A considerable portion of the ground for buttery site has been excavated, and good progress is being made with the connecting road. Some of ...Article : 248 words
At last the long-expected rich silver ore has been discovered at Mount Zeehan, and the district will no longer be under the stigma of only containing what a would-be ...Article : 578 words
On Wednesday Mrs Gibson of Native Point laid the memorial stone of the new Baptist Church at Perth. It must have given her extreme pleasure to do so, as over a quarter ...Article : 1,314 words
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