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  2. LAND REGULATIONS.

    Population only is required to develop the resources of this island, and the recent land acts are calculated to attract small capitalists, who also themselves possess laboring capabilities, or have ...

    Article : 772 words
  3. MONTHLY SUMMARY OF NEWS

    COMMERCIALLY there is scarcely any business doing, and profits are depressed. The wants of the moment only are supplied, and the spirit of speculation has ...

    Article : 421 words
  4. RELIGIOUS.

    Mr. Francis Hudspeth and the Rev. T. Stansfield were, on the 25th July, presented by the Archdeacon, in St. David's Cathedral, Hobart Town, at an ordination held by the Bishop of ...

    Article : 99 words
  5. AMUSEMENTS.

    On the 22nd July Mr. J. R. Black successfully gave the first of his "evenings at home," at the Mechanics' Institute, and subsequently at the Theatre, with a similar success, consisting of ...

    Article : 390 words
  6. ACCIDENTS AND OFFNCES.

    Mr. H. M. Hull's eldest son fell from a height, on July 20th, whilst playing with his school fellows, at Mr. Pike's, City School, Hobart Town, and broke his leg, having also suffered a ...

    Article : 1,950 words
  7. APPOINTMENTS.

    The Rural Municipality of Glamorgan have appointed Mr. Alfred Therlkeld Mayson, Collector of the Road Rate, and Mr. George Farmer, Inspector of Roads for the Road District of ...

    Article : 441 words
  8. GENERAL NEWS.

    The general half-yearly meeting of the subscribers to the Tasmanian Public Library was held in the Library, Hobart Town, on the 17th July. The Right Reverend the Lord Bishop ...

    Article : 4,108 words
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