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  2. Advertising

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    Advertising : 261 words
  3. THE LISBON TRAGEDY.

    The widowed Queen Amelie, being somewhat pained by some incorrect accounts of the assassination of King Carlos and the Crown Prince, ...

    Article : 1,560 words
  4. OUR MELBOURNE LETTER.

    There is a good deal more unrest in State politics here than appears on the surface. Mr. Bent is continually doing something which angers, sometimes ...

    Article : 1,141 words
  5. PASSING NOTES ON THINGS IN GENERAL

    The Premier's answer to the local option deputation was not unexpected, for he and his colleagues had voted in favour of the bill passed by the Assembly ...

    Article : 1,518 words
  6. OUR WEEKLY LAUNCESTON LETTER.

    The articles in which "The Mercury" has so emphatically directed the attention of Southern people to the inadequacy of the Hobart railway station to ...

    Article : 1,343 words
  7. THE BEST SOCIALISM.

    Equality of opportunity is claimed by some social reformers as an instalment of the reforms which they think are necessary to promote the welfare of the ...

    Article : 718 words
  8. RAILWAY FREIGHTS.

    Sir, — Having had occasion within the past few days to forward goods from Hobart station to different parts of the State, I have been much ...

    Article : 458 words
  9. TURBO-ELECTRIC SHIP PROPULSION.

    In a paper read recently before the Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders of Scotland, Mr. H. A. Mavor revived once again the of[?]-made suggestion of ...

    Article : 541 words
  10. THE HOBART TRAMS.

    Sir,—I was glad to read your article in to-day's "Mercury" in reference to the miserable accommodation afforded to passengers on wet days. It is simply ...

    Article : 230 words
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