The annual licensing meeting was held in the Court House, Launceston, on Tuesday, at 11 a.m. The following magistrates were present:—John Whitefoord, Esq. (Chairman), ...Article : 1,430 words
The arrival of the s.s. City of Launceston puts us in possession of Victorian paper to the 30th, and South Australia to the 24th ultimo. ...Article : 576 words
The captain and crew of the American whaler Hope have arrived here in boats. The ship was wrecked on Brampton shoal on the 17th of October. They report the loss of the ...Article : 57 words
An inquest was held to-day on the man drowned, and a verdict of "Accidental death" was returned, with a recommendation that free p[?]ntmen should put up finger posts to ...Article : 84 words
SIR,—Observing in your issue of the 26th inst. an article on the proposed Deloraine and Mersey Tramway, I beg to make a few remarks thereon, as I feel convinced you have been induced to ...Article : 391 words
Measures are being adopted for the raising of a subscription for the benefit of the unfortunate Mary Fraser, the victim of the late outrage in Swanston-street. ...Article : 1,092 words
SIR,—I read in your newspaper of the 26th November a leading article on the subject of the Mersey Railway, in which—your will pardon me for saying so—you evince a somewhat hostile ...Article : 1,792 words
We have had a severe thunderstorm here. It is reported that a ma[?] has been killed by lightning. A trooper has been despatched for inquiry. ...Article : 297 words
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Launceston Examiner (Tas. : 1842 - 1899), Thu 3 Dec 1863, Page 3
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