The PRESIDENT took the chair at 4 p.m. Present—The Col. Secretary, Dr. Agnew, Mr Aikenhead, Mr Chapman, ...Article : 1,010 words
Present—Mr G. T. Collins (Chairman), Messrs C. S. Button, F. Stanfield, J. C. Ferguson, G. Weymouth, J. F. Hobkirk, B. P. Farrelly, and Dr. Hardy. ...Article : 2,550 words
Before His Honour Mr Justice Dobson. the Crown prosecutions were conducted by the Solicitor-General, Mr R. P. Adams. BREAKING ABD ENTERING. ...Article : 3,498 words
Mr BRADDON, to move to-morrow, for a select committee to inquire into and report upon the administration of the Public Works Department. Also, ...Article : 2,356 words
The COL. TREASURER, in compliance with a promise made to Mr Pillinger that he would give additional information on the charitable grants, tabled ...Article : 1,334 words
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Launceston Examiner (Tas. : 1842 - 1899), Fri 27 Aug 1880, Page 3
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