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  2. SOUTHERN TASMANIAN AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL SOCIETY.

    Last evening the annual meeting of the above named Society took place at the Court Room, Town Hall, at 8 o'clock. Among the gentlemen present were Messrs. Russell Young, Chancellor, Abbott, G. Davies, Capt. ...

    Article : 5,262 words
  3. THE KELLY GANG AT JERILDERIE.

    The Melbourne papers give very full aeoounts of the recent outrage. According to the Age, Mr. Tarleton speaks of Ned Kelly as the only member of the gang really worth considering, the others not ...

    Article : 559 words
  4. Advertising

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    Advertising : 2,110 words
  5. THEATRE ROYAL.

    Last evening was the celebration of the Farewell Benefit of Mr. William Creswick, and his last appearance but one, in Tasmania. As we had hoped, the audience was a very large one, crowding the building ...

    Article : 828 words
  6. MR. LYVING'S NARRATIVE.

    I am teller of the Jerilderie branch establishment of the Bank of New South Wales. On Monday, at midday, I was sitting at my desk, and Mr. J. T. Mackie, the junior clerk, was standing at the front ...

    Article : 1,944 words
  7. SALE OF BLOOD STOCK.

    The annual sale of the Woodland's [?] the property of Mr. Alfred [?], and other blood stock, [?] to various owners, took place at the old Coaching stables yesterday morning. There was a ...

    Article : 652 words
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