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  2. COURT OF REQUESTS.

    Before Mr. Commissioner TARLETON. UNDEFENDED CASES. A very large, number of undefended cases were dealt with in various ways, judgments being given ...

    Article : 910 words
  3. BANK OF AUSTRALASIA.

    The yearly general meeting of this bank was held on Monday last, at the offices, No. 4, Threadneedle-street; Mr. Edward Hamilton in the chair. The Secretary (Mr. Prideaux S[?]lby) read the ...

    Article : 2,381 words
  4. GRAND MASONIC CEREMONY.

    Last night, at the Masonic Hall, Bro. the Rev. R. D. Poulett-Harris, the newly-appointed District Grand Master, under the Grand Lodge of England, was formally installed in office with the impiressive ...

    Article : 2,527 words
  5. OUR LAUNCESTON LETTER.

    The members of the Stock Exchange have wisely resolved not to undertake the grave responsibility which would have been involved had the committee's original proposal in reference to such swindles ...

    Article : 1,787 words
  6. THE LATE REV. J. WATERHOUSE.

    The following interesting account of the late Rev. Mr. Waterhouse, who was drowned when the s.s. Tararua was wr[?]cked, appears in the columns of [?] [?] independent:—As it was known (says ...

    Article : 1,021 words
  7. SPORTING.

    Stewards—Messra, Hadden, Dowling, McRae, A, Page, Flexmore R. Harrisson, S. Blackwell, W. Brock, and Geo. Harrisson. Secretary—Mr. S. Blackwell. Handicapper—Mr. W. D. Landale. ...

    Article : 1,330 words
  8. MINING.

    The price of tin ore at the Hobart Tin Smelting Works yesterday was 14s. 6d per unit. The quotation at Launceston yesterday received by telegram was 15s. per unit. ...

    Article : 36 words
  9. [From the Examiner.]

    At a meeting of the directors of the company held yesterday, Mr. J. Browne, late mining manager of the Frome River Co., was appointed to the position of mining manager of the Ben L[?]mond Co. ...

    Article : 785 words
  10. LIFE-SAVING APPARATUS.

    The swift and terrible nature of shipping calamities was the means of drawing towards them a degree of attention which this class of accidents at sea had not hitherto received, and among these ...

    Article : 2,384 words
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