THE English mails for August, per R.M.S.S. China, arrived at Launceston on 21st September. PARLIAMENT met one 23rd ult., after ...Article : 2,977 words
Wednesday, Sept. 23.—The Colonial Secretary, the new member for Buckingham (Mr. Chapman), and Mr. John Lord, the new member for Cambridge, were ...Article : 99 words
Wednesday, Sept. 23.—Mr Swan and Dr Butler introduced the Attorney-General, Colonial Treasurer, and Minister of Lands and Works, on the re-election of ...Article : 2,595 words
There has been very little doing in turf matters during the month. On 10th September the entries were received for the Melton Mowbray Steeplechase, to be ...Article : 705 words
About seventy or eighty ladies and gentlemen attended a meeting at the Town Hall, on 9th September, in response to an invitation by circular sent by ...Article : 571 words
Work on the Black Boy diggings has boon progressing steadily during the month, but no particularly largo yields have boon attained. At Nine-Mile ...Article : 571 words
The sixth annual show of this Society took place on Sept. 16th and 11th, at the Mechanics Institute. The committee of management had been working hard to ...Article : 180 words
The great municipal event of the month has boon the attempt of the Launceston Corporation to obtain permission to borrow a sum of £12,500 for the repair of the ...Article : 188 words
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