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  2. COLONIAL TIMES AND TASMANIAN: The two original Journals of Van Diemen's Land CONSOLIDATED.

    PERHAPS the death of Captain Forster is the greatest calamity that, in such form, could have afflicted the colony. In another place, we have spoken of him personally; ...

    Article : 6,609 words

    Of nearly eighty cases in the cause list, those only were of public interest which had reference to claims made by the Comptroller-General, for the recovery of back or "class" wages alleged ...

    Article : 949 words
  4. Orginal Correspondence.

    SIR,—Will any of the "Patriotic Six," or of the "Petition getters-up," answer a plain man a plain question? Upon what ground can Van Diemen's Land ...

    Article : 171 words
  5. Domestic Intelligence.

    SUPPLY OF WATER.—In a former number of the Advertiser a complaint was made against "the man who had charge of the water-pipes," charging this "man" with neglect of duty. Now, ...

    Article : 1,530 words
  6. Hobart Town Police Report.

    It is extremely annoying sometimes to a reporter to find, on certain occasions—like Othello—his "occupation gone." Such a calamity befell us on Saturday, for, on ...

    Article : 1,470 words
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