The corner stone of the above new Church was, in accordance with previous advertisements, solemnly laid by the Right Rev. the Catholic Bishop of Hobart Town, on Weduesday, the 20th ...Article : 2,135 words
We have Adelaide papers to the 14th inst. The following are extracts from the South Australian Register to that date:- THE SOUTHERN GOLD DISCOVERT.—It will be ...Article : 710 words
The first exhibition of stock, grain, farm produce, implements, &c., in connection with the recently formed Western Agricultural Association took place yesterday, at Westbury, and the event causad quite ...Article : 1,881 words
The monthly evening meeting of the Society, was hold on Tuesday, the 12th instant, A. Kennerley, Esq., in the chair. Among tho Follows present were Mr. C. Gould, G. ...Article : 2,042 words
We have Melbourne papers to the 20th hist. The following is the Argus's notice of the arrival of the salmon ova:- We announced on Saturday the arrival of the ...Article : 1,082 words
We have Dunedin papers to the 9th inst, but we find nothing in them so calculated to give a fair view of the state of things there, as the following from the Argus's correspondent of the samo date:- ...Article : 1,521 words
The sale of Crown Land was held by R. Worley, Esq., at the Court of Bequests Room on Thursday. Tbe following is a list of the lots sold, and of the prices realised. The total ...Article : 1,184 words
Perth papers are acknowledged in Adolaide to the 23rd March. The following are extraots from the papers to that date:- Our criminal news is more than usually varied. ...Article : 1,005 words
We have Sydney papers to the 13th insh:— On the 11th a publio mooting wns hold at the Temperance Hall to take measures for the relief of the distressed agriculturists. There was not a ...Article : 698 words
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The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), Sat 23 Apr 1864, Page 3
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