Sir,—I think your correspondent "Scholasticus" can scarcely be fully informed of the arrangements of the Board of Education for supplying the poorer scholars in the public schooh with the ...Article : 311 words
Yesterday a Special General Sessions was held at the Court House, Campbell-street, at eleven o'clock,to hear appeals against the Valuation Roll for the District of Hobart. ...Article : 1,239 words
Malcolm, schooner, 182 tons, R. Henderson, from Newcastle, Now South Wales, 1st inst. with coals. Agent—F. M. Armstrong. COASTERS INWARDS.—February 15. ...Article : 2,515 words
By the Havilah, which arrived at Launceston yesterday, we have received the following commercial intelligence:- MELBOURNE, WEDNESDAY. ...Article : 89 words
BEFORE A. B. Jones, Esq., Stipendiary Magistrate, and Captain Tonkin, J.P. Disturbers.—One woman for disturbing the public peace was fined 10s., or in default ordered ...Article : 1,321 words
SIR,—I have been much annoyed to find that a very general impression prevails that, in the cricket mutch which has just been concluded between 11 Victorians v. 16 Southern Tasmanians, a ...Article : 494 words
Business during to-day, has been extremely dull, and our markets show a decidedly downward tendency, especially in regard to breadstuffe. Wheat is coming in fast in small quantities, but ...Article : 360 words
Wallace's grand English opera Maritana was produced at the Theatre Royal last evening, when there was a very fashionable audience. The characters were sustained as ...Article : 1,032 words
MESSRS. W. A. GUESDON, at the mart, at 11 o'clock, general merchandise. MESSRS. BURN AND CO, at the malt house, Hampden Road, at 11 o'clock, wheat. ...Article : 35 words
Yesterday afternoon at three o'clock, the ceremony of unveiling the bust of the late Mr. Robert Pitcairn, solicitor of the Supreme Court, took place in the Court Home, Macquarie-street, ...Article : 738 words
Lystor's Opera Company, fifth night. — Lilly of Killarney. ...Article : 11 words
A FORTNIGHTLY mail communication with England is now being discussed under a new aspect. First, we were to have had it hy increasing the amount of the subsidy ...Article : 1,948 words
SIR,—I see by Mr. Reynold's letter in to-day's Mercury, that be denies my having offered him the money for the carriage license. I will state the circumstance exactly us it took place. I first went ...Article : 198 words
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