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  2. SUPREME COURT, LAUNCESTON.

    Before his Honour. the Chief Justice, Sir Francis Smith, Knight. The Crown prosecutions were conducted by the Hon. J. S. Dodds, Attorney-General. ...

    Article : 3,659 words
  3. LAUNCESTON HOSPITAL BOARD.

    Present—Mr G. T. Collins (Chairman), Messrs W. Barnes, A. Harrap, J. C. Ferguson, C. S. B Button, J. Drysdale. F. Stanfield, Dr Hardy, and Dr Murphy. ...

    Article : 1,692 words
  4. LAUNCESTON POLICE COURT.

    Before the Police Magistrate, H. T. A. Murray, Esq. Drunkenness.—Michael Sullivan and William Stone, charged by their master Isaiah Morris ...

    Article : 101 words
  5. BRANXHOLM COURT OF REQUESTS.

    Before A. H. Boyd, Esq., Commissioner. F. and J. Sipmson v. D. Lamond.—Claim for £3 19s 9d, goods sold and delivered. Plea, not indebted. ...

    Article : 636 words
  6. THE STREETS! OUR STREETS!!

    SIR,—By the report of the doings of the Municipal Council on Monday, contained in your issue of Tuesday, there appears to be a diversity of opinion as to the size, quantity, ...

    Article : 477 words
  7. QUEENSLAND.

    Mr Justice Lutwyche, who has been ailing some months, died this morning, at the age of 70, from chronic gout. He was a gentleman universally esteemed ...

    Article : 118 words
  8. Advertising

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    Advertising : 453 words
  9. LONGFORD.

    By the courtesy of the Rev. R. M'Cullough, the pastor of the Baptist Church here, I have been favoured with an inspection of the plans of the Longford Tabernacle, the laying of the ...

    Article : 721 words
  10. POLICE COURT.

    Before A. H. Boyd, Esq., V.M. Cruelty to Animals.—Ah Wing, a Chinaman, was brought up on information, charged with illusing a horse by overloading it, the said horse ...

    Article : 61 words
  11. CORRESPONDENCE.

    SIR,—The main road through this district having been taken over by Government and placed in the hands of Municipal Council with about £1200 a year to keep it in repair, many ...

    Article : 366 words
  12. NINE-MILE SPRINGS.

    A public meeting was held here last evening under the auspices of the Hope of the Springs Lodge of Good Templars, Bro. S. Baker occupying the chair. The programme, which consisted ...

    Article : 248 words
  13. CAMPBELL TOWN.

    An accident occurred last nigh to a young man named Henry Rosser, in the employment of Mr Hewitt, of Eastburn, near Avoca. It appears he was feeding a chaff cutting machine, and the ...

    Article : 180 words
  14. TASMANIAN STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY.

    SIR,—Your sub-leader in the Weekly Examiner of the 22nd ult., re the above Company, should commend itself to all right-thinking people in your colony, and I firmly hope that ...

    Article : 720 words
  15. COLONIAL NEWS.

    Dr. Schomburghk has received from the Japanese commissioners a number of exhibits from the Japan court in the Sydney Exhibition as specimens for the ...

    Article : 379 words
  16. MOUNT BISCHOFF.

    Should the present low price of tin continue much longer, I fear that a supply of mining managers may be ordered for the Mount Bischoff district. The anxiety of the most ...

    Article : 1,230 words
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