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  2. METEOROLOGY FOR JULY, 1866.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 644 words
  3. EDUCATIONAL AND LITERARY

    The various district literary associations have had meetings during the month, including the Mechanics Institute, New Town, St. John's, and St. George's Associations, readings, concerts, and lectures ...

    Article : 398 words
  4. THE MERCURY.

    IN THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY,— The COLONIAL TREASURER moved the second reading of the bill to levy a tax on trades, professions, and property. ...

    Article : 4,929 words
  5. PUBLIC WORKS AND IMPROVEMENTS.

    The buildings referred to in former summaries are approaching completion. The grand assembly room aud other apartments ia the main portion of the Town Hall are being furnished with gasaliers, and it is ...

    Article : 298 words
  6. RELIGIOUS AND BENEVOLENT.

    The death of the late Vicar-General of the Roman Catholic Church has led to the appointment by Bishop Murphy of the Ven. Archdeacon Dunne to that dignity, and the Rev. George Hunter has been named as ...

    Article : 445 words
  7. ANALYSIS OF THE OBSERVATORY RECORDS FOR JULY, 1866, IN CONJUNCTION WITH THOSE OF BIRTHS, DEATHS, &c. By E. SWAR[?]BECK HALL.

    The meteorological phenomena of this July have been so nicely balanced in their effects on life, that the deaths were only one below the average of the nine previous Julys. In 1865,—the healthiest July on ...

    Article : 3,523 words
  8. FINGAL GOLD FIELDS.

    The news from those has been more encouraging this mouth, and it is likely to be still more so. The Union Quartz Crushing Company have had two trials of their quartz during the present month. At the latter of these, ...

    Article : 105 words
  9. PARLIAMENTARY AND POLITICAL.

    Parliament was opened by the Governor in parson on Tuesday, the 31st of August. There was tolerably full attendance of numbers, and His Excellency delivered the following speech on the occasion:— ...

    Article : 2,910 words
  10. TROUT OVA.

    Some of the ova from the first batch of spawning trout at the Plenty his been distributed through the month, and there is overy prospect now of this fine fish becoming plentiful in all our principal streams in time. ...

    Article : 62 words
  11. THE VOLUNTEERS.

    There has been very little doing in voluntoor matters during the mouth. Owing to the inelemency of the weather and other circumstances battalion parades have been postponed, but they will be again resumed during the ...

    Article : 164 words
  12. AMUSEMENTS.

    There have been no public amusements of a profession kind during the mouth, but the wants of our citizens in this respect have been agreeably supplied by the several amateur companies. At the Mechanics Institute there ...

    Article : 361 words
  13. CKICKET.

    In consequence of a request from the committee of the Southern Tasmanian Cricket Club, the Hon. J. M. Wilson met them on the ground, in the Domain, on a recent Saturday afternoon, to see what measures could ...

    Article : 188 words
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