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  2. METEOROLOGY FOR JULY, 1865.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 299 words
  3. THE MERCURY.

    We are now in the midst,—some say, and ministers, probably, hope, past the middle of our parliamentary session,—but that remains to be seen. Ministers would, no doubt, like to see the temple ...

    Article : 4,249 words
  4. THE MERSEY AND DELORAINE TRAMWAY.

    ON the 7th inst., a deputation composed of several members of parliament and others, from the Provisional Board of Directors, waited on the Hon. James Whyte, Esq. Colonial Secretary, for the purpose of making ...

    Article : 185 words
  5. THE GOLD FIELDS.

    Nothing material has been reported since our last summary as to the Den Diggings. Parties are at work, and express themselves strongly as to the prospects befure them. Some specimens have reached Hobart ...

    Article : 239 words
  6. ANALYSIS OF THE OBSERVATORY RECORDS FOR JULY, 1865, IN CONJUNCTION WITH THOSE OF BIRTHS, DEATHS, &C. BY E. SWARBRECK HALL.

    No July of the previous eight years was so favorable to health and life, as the present month, for though 1862 had the same number of deaths, 36; yet both the "diseases causing death" and the "ages of the deceased" ...

    Article : 2,195 words
  7. THE REV. MR. STORIE V. THE PRESBYTERY OF TASMANIA.

    THIS long p[?]nding suit has now been brought to a close, and their Honors the judges have given judgment in the case. Mr. Storie applied for arr[?]ars of salary and allowances, under the State-Aid Distribution Act, of ...

    Article : 145 words
  8. THE LATE MAJOR FRASER.

    MAJOR JAMES FRASER, late 78th Highlanders, and Usher of the Black Rod, Legislative Council, Tasmania, died at his residence, Macquarie-street, Hobart Town on Sunday, the 13th inst. He was much respected, and ...

    Article : 581 words
  9. THE TRACTION ENGINE.

    Mr. A Morrison's imported traction engine is likely to answer admirably. It started from the New Wharf, Hobart Town, on the 7th inst. [?] route to Fingal, with three goods' waggons, containing the [?]ewly purchased ...

    Article : 139 words
  10. PUBLIC WORKS AND BUILEINGS.

    SINCE our last summary the favorable state of the weather, with slight exceptions, has enabled the contractors for the different works to maka satisfactory progress therein. ...

    Article : 1,301 words
  11. AMUSEMENTS.

    The veritable and original Christy's Minstrels closed their season at the Theatre Royal on the 5th inst. After performing at Launceston, the returned to Victoria. Mr. Birch concluded a successful season at the ...

    Article : 353 words
  12. PARLIAMENT AND POLITICS.

    THINGS wear quite a now aspect in parliament since the date of our last sum mary. All was then quiet and cozy, [?] much so as to have led to the belief that opposition to ministers had died out, and that they had only to ask ...

    Article : 1,867 words
  13. S U M M A R Y O F N E W S,

    ON the 22nd ult, a grand public trip of the traction engine, imported by Mr. Askin Morrison, was made at Kangaroo Point, on the Clarence Plains road, and was a complete success. A large concourse of porsons were ...

    Article : 4,843 words
  14. SPORTING.

    THERE has been very little doing in sporting circles during the mouth, every one now awaiting the result of the forthcoming great trials in Victoria. Mr. Pear's stud has been transferred thither to go into active training, ...

    Article : 126 words
  15. THE VOLUNTEERS.

    Beyond the usual monthly parades of the Southern division and the ordinary weekly drills, the volunteer movemont has created [?]o particular excitemout during the mouth. The attention of parliament has been ...

    Article : 470 words
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