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  2. BANKRUPTCY COURT.

    Before his Honor the Deputy-Commissioner, Mr. R. J. Beadon. Re CHARLES FAIRCLOUGH, tea dealer.— This hearing was resumed from the ...

    Article : 896 words
  3. QUEEN'S JUBILEE.

    A deputation consisting of Mr. G. P. Fitzgerald, Colonel St. Hill, W. Belbin, M's H.A., the Mayor, Aldermen Hiddlestone, Davies, Messrs. E. Hawson, and W. ...

    Article : 665 words
  4. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    Mr. W. E. Sheridan, the well-known American tragedian, died this morning. In the Assembly the Beer Duty Bill was read a third time by majority, of 30 ...

    Article : 65 words
  5. MINING INTELLIGENCE.

    Four smelters in the Broken Hill mine, N. S. Wales, are now running splendidly, and turning out upwards of 800 bars bullion daily. The yield for the week ...

    Article : 311 words
  6. COUNTRY INTELLIGENCE

    Winter with all its dreary aspects is becoming uncomfortably familiar .o us in the shape of cold foggy nights and mornings, the worst feature of all being our ...

    Article : 431 words
  7. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR.

    SIR,—Will you or some of your numerous readers kindly inform me through the Examiner how to make an asphalt track that will stand heavy horse traffic. The ...

    Article : 268 words
  8. QUEENSLAND.

    Parliament has been further prorogued till July 5. ...

    Article : 13 words
  9. NEW ZEALAND.

    The Government, by compromise with the Opposition, have carried their Representation Bill, fixing the number of the House of Representatives at 91 ...

    Article : 48 words
  10. TASMANIAN INTELLIGENCE.

    The Government have received a communication from the hon. Adye Douglas, asking when Parliament would meet, and whether the Government would like him ...

    Article : 718 words
  11. PROPOSED CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL.

    The proposal to devote the surplus money subscribed to present a jubilee address to her Majesty towards establishing a children's hospital in Launceston, ...

    Article : 511 words
  12. TYPHOID AND THE LAUNCESTON HOSPITAL.

    SIR,—I regret to find that a construction altogether at variance with what I intended to convey has been put upon a remark made by me in a letter published in ...

    Article : 233 words
  13. GOLD.

    From our English files we learn that in the Chancery Division of the High Court of Justice, Mr. Stephen. Henry West moved for the removal of his name from ...

    Article : 395 words
  14. WESTBURY.

    The annual general meeting of the members of the Public Library was held on Monday evening, E. Fowell, Esq., in the chair. The hon. treasurer, F. L. T. ...

    Article : 386 words
  15. ORDER OF SISTERHOODS.

    SIR,—I am agreeably surprised to find that at last our church has awakened to the importance of confronting the insidious enemy to not only the faith but the ...

    Article : 171 words
  16. BRITTON AND BEAVAN.

    SIR,—Your correspondent " B.," in Saturday's issue, has been misinformed in reference to Britton, he having absconded from Mr. W. G. Walker's employ at ...

    Article : 355 words
  17. SHOOTING NOTES.

    In compliance with my promise I am now enabled to publish the conditions for the Lefroy Cup, which are as follow:— Three competitions to be held at Launceston arid Hobart simultaneously on ...

    Article : 736 words
  18. Mining managers report as under :—

    Princess River Prospecting.—May 11— Since I wrote last I have tried another part on No. 1 section, and got gold in the stone at the depth of 4ft., and have traced ...

    Article : 76 words
  19. AUSTRALASIAN GOVERNMENT SECURITIES.

    Messrs. W. Westgarth and Co. report on April 1:—Australian advices continue satisfactory. The economies and retrenchments now being effected ...

    Article : 637 words
  20. TASMANIAN WOOLGROWERS' AGENCY COMPANY.

    The third half-yearly meeting of shareholders in the Tasmanian Woolgrowers' Agency Company was held at the office of the company yesterday afternoon, when ...

    Article : 612 words
  21. TIN.

    The manager of tile Mount Bischoff Company is in receipt of a cablegram from the London agents of the company under Tuesday's date stating that the market ...

    Article : 138 words
  22. EVANDALE.

    Last evening Pastor Soltan gave an instructive lecture in the Wesleyan Church on the Tabernacle of the Jews in the Wilderness. The speaker described the minute ...

    Article : 151 words
  23. POLICE COURT.

    At the Launceston Police Court yesterday, Messrs. H. T. A. Murray, P.M., and A. W. Birchall, J.P., occupied the bench. Martin Kane, a young man, was charged ...

    Article : 1,431 words
  24. STOCK AND SHARE MARKET.

    The Secretary of the Launceston Stock Exchange reports the following quotations for Wednesday:—West Chum, p 5s; Unity, b Is 8d, a 2s; Florence ...

    Article : 71 words
  25. LONGFORD NOTES.

    The May sitting of the Longford Court of Requests, adjourned from the 11th instant, was held today at 11 a.m. before His Honor Mr. R. J. Beadon, ...

    Article : 463 words
  26. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.)

    The following quotations were made on the Hobart Stock Exchange to-day:— Tasmania, b £7, b s £710s; Mount Victoria, s 2s; Specimen Reef, s 6s; Old Union, s ...

    Article : 54 words
  27. THE PUBLIC CEMETERY.

    SIR,—I commend Mr. J. E. Clarke's letter to the careful consideration of the citizens of Launceston. It seems to me monstrous that this foul, reeking bed of ...

    Article : 413 words
  28. MINING MEETING.

    MOONLIGHT G.M. COMPANY.—An extraordinary meeting of the Moonlight G.M. Company was held at Mr. M. Sholl's office, Patterson-street, last evening, 11 ...

    Article : 87 words
  29. LIVE STOCK AND AGENCY COMPANY.

    The affairs of the Mutual Live Stock Permanent and Agency Company, now in litigation, were further investigated before the Judge of Insolvency to-day. ...

    Article : 297 words
  30. ST. ANDREW'S CHURCH TEA-MEETING.

    A very successful annual tea-meeting was held last evening in connection with St. Andrew's Church. At 6.30 a large number of 'ladies and gentlemen sat down ...

    Article : 449 words
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