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  2. BENEVOLENT ASYLUM.

    On May 1 the Government takes over the control of the Launceston Benevolent Asylum, and yesterday the local board, which for many years has so ably ...

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  3. CORRESPONDENCE

    Sir,—At this juncture it undoubtedly is expedient that the candidates should, without reserve, declare their views on the subject of the continuance of the ...

    Article : 228 words
  4. "SHAVING" A BRIDGE.

    Some distance inside the famous Gap of Dunloe, Killarney, is a bridge, crossing a narrow portion of the lakes. A few nights ago this was "shaved" on each side, a ...

    Article : 116 words
  5. THE FOUNDRY ROBBERY.

    At the Police Court yesterday, before Mr. E. L. Hall, P.M., and Mr. J. Piper, J.P., the hearing of the adjourned charge of office breaking and robbery preferred ...

    Article : 2,018 words
  6. Advertising

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  7. FINGAL HANDICAPPING.

    Sir,—I have been waiting patiently; for Mr. H. "Viney's reply to Mr. A. Williams re above, and I am at least thankful that I did not have to wait as long ...

    Article : 526 words
  8. (To the Editor.)

    Sir,—In your issue of 19th inst. appears a letter over the signature of "An Elector," asking why. Sir Adye Douglas should not be opposed. Whoever ...

    Article : 332 words
  9. THE FOOTBALL MATCH AT EVANDALE.

    Sir,—Kindly allow me to trespa[?] on your valuable space, covering a few lines only, to speak of the above match. Being an old supporter of the ...

    Article : 210 words
  10. TYLDESLEY ON TASMANIA.

    A correspondent of the Manchester "Evening Chronicle" recently received the following letter from J. T. Tyldcsley:— We arrived in Hobart, Tasmania, after a ...

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  11. CROWN LANDS NEAR LOTTAH.

    Sir,—I wish to cell your attention to the fact that at last we have a live Minister of Lands, who has thrown open for selection all those wild, waste ...

    Article : 168 words
  12. CULTIVATING A NATIONAL SPIRIT.

    Sir,—I was pleased to read your sub-leader of 21st inst. under above heading. All true and loyal Britons must have felt a pang of regret that it was only too true ...

    Article : 486 words
  13. PERTH WATER SUPPLY.

    Sir,—In your paper of Saturday is a letter signed "Water" re "Perth water supply," purporting to be a reply to my communication on the above ...

    Article : 300 words
  14. FIFTY YEARS AGO.

    Steam to Sydney.—A meeting, to take steps for establishing steam communication between Hobart Town and Sydney was to be held in the city to-day. The ...

    Article : 304 words
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    Hose for water, steam, etc. Fishing Waders, Engine Packings, and other rubber goods. India Rubber Co., George-st. An Editor's Testimony.—Last winter I ...

    Article : 88 words
  16. THE STAMP DUTY APPEAL.

    Sir,—Can you inform me whether the High Court, which sat in Hobart some months ago has delivered its reserve judgment in the appeal case D'Emden v. ...

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