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    TASMANIANS IN GREAT BRITAIN.—It is always pleasing to hear of the success of our native youth in the old country, and we are glad to announce that news has been received ...

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    VOLUNTEER PRIZE MONEY.—"An old Volunteer" writes to the Tasmanian Times to ask:—Can you inform me how it is that the Volunteers at Launceston received their ...

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    PUNCTUALITY.—At the ball given to the Viceroy at Peshawur on the 21st april there was a little contretemps thus recorded by Indian Public Opinion:—"At the hour fixed ...

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    "THE MAIN LINE."—The Mercury of Monday says:—The Town Hall was crowded yesterday afternoon on the occasion of the Rev. J. W. Simmons delivering a lecture to ...

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    THEATRE ROYAL.—Mr F. B. Watson having obtained a lease o f the Theatre Royal, renewable annually, on certain conditions, he has determined on taking the management ...

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