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Series:
General Correspondence (2)
Series Number:
Access:
Open
Start Date:
01 Jan 1869
End Date:
31 Dec 1902
Source:
Tasmanian Archives
Creating Agency:
01 Jan 182417 Jul 1989
Controlling Series:
TRE4 Index to General Correspondence.01 Jan 186931 Dec 1902
Previous Series:
TRE153 General Correspondence (1)01 Jan 186331 Dec 1864
Subsequent Series:
TRE5 General Correspondence (3)13 Nov 189612 Jun 1958
Series notes:
In July 1857, by Government Notice No 97 (HTG 14/7/1857) the Colonial Treasurer was charged with responsibility for Customs, Post Office, Marine Department, Survey Department, Public Works, Government Printing, Telegraphs and Stores.~

These records are part of the holdings of the Tasmanian Archives
Items:


280 - Papers Handed to the Surveyor General 20/7/1869- Case of J. M. Dooley- Claim against the Government for Costs of Surveys of Land Purchased by F. E. Hardy (Devon)
140 - Report on the Collection of Customs in Launceston
102. 150 - Claim for Repayment of Certain Duties and Customs Imposed on Goods Imported by Launceston and Western Railways Contractors' Office
138 - Duties on Passover Bread Imported for the Hebrew Congregation in Hobart
133 - Launceston Customs- Enforcement of Customs on Un-Enumerated Goods (Agricultural Tools and Implements)
103 - Payment of the Mail Contractor (W. Samuel Page)- Between Hobart and Launceston
137 - Instructions from the Colonial Treasurer to Collectors of Customs at the Ports along the North Western Coast re. Sick People Arriving on Ships from Victoria
126 - Appointment of Sub-Collectors of Carriage Duties
95 - Brickfields Paupers Establishment Hobart- Request from the Chairman of the Board- A. Kennedy- for Erection of a New Room
101 - Passover Bread for the Hebrew Congregation at Hobart- Exemption from Duties
91 - Payment of Survey Costs and Timber Licence and Complaint re. System of Land Sales and Timber Licences- David Chapman (Port Esperance)
93 - Use of Carbonate of Lime for Disinfecting Purposes
86 - Petition from Inhabitants of the Main Road between the Mersey and Elizabeth Town Protesting Proposed New Road through Sassafras to Latrobe
62 - Road Trusts Throughout the Colony- Claims on Grants for the Year 1868
61 - Complaint Against Customs House Officers- Sale of Goods on Saturdays- W. O'Reilly
60 - Shipment of Gunpowder Imported for Launceston and Western Railway Line- Exemption from Duties
59 - Complaint Against Customs House Officers- Levy of Duty on Agricultural Equipment- G. Anderson
58 - Query- Stamp Duty on Public Company Shares Transferred from one Person to Another
31 - Approval of Salaries of Three Pay Branch and Post Office Clerks
47 - Tenancy of Stores and Warehouse on the New Wharf at Hobart- W. Butler
37 - Southern Tasmanian Cricket Association- Request for Authorisation of Telegraphic Messages re. Approaching Matches Against Launceston and Victoria
30 - Authorisation of Salary Changes in the Survey Department for the Year 1869
36 - Accounts for the Year 1869- Circular Head and Table Cape Marine Boards
34 - Request from G. Hawthorn of the Hobart Shipping Office- Funds for the Return Passage to Melbourne of Seven Seamen Imprisoned for Assaulting the Captain of the "Western Empire" and Left Destitute in Hobart
22 - Instructions to Superintendent of Police at Glenorchy- Care of Fishing Nets Seized from Iken Pending Decision of the Executive Government
29 - R. H. Wilkes- Collection of Customs at Launceston
20 - Query- Sale of Government Bonds (Debentures)- W. W. L. Jordan
No file number, filed at beginning of box - Dispatch to Collector of Customs at Hobart Town- Liability of Vessels Flying the Spanish Flag Under Existing Customs and Port Regulations
19 - Request from the Secretary of State for the Colonies re. Information Respecting the Treatment of Spanish Vessels
6 - Complaint Against Collector of Customs at Hobart - Duty Charged on Paper Sugar Bags- Messers Walch and Sons
86 - Planned Road Uniting Old Mersey with Green Creek Road- J. E. Calder (Engineer)
18 - Cheque of 100 Pounds Issued to the Launceston Benevolent Society by Colonial Treasurer
13 - Application for Appointment to the Telegraphic Department as Chief Line Inspector- W. B. Fowler
12 - Importation of Memorial Windows for the New Church at Ross from Melbourne on the Steamer Derwent
76 - Petition from Splitters and Sawyers Residing in Franklin and Kingborough Districts re. Timber Licences on Crown Lands
63 - Mounting of Source Photographs of Machinery- Secretary of the Royal Society
64 - Query- Sale of Government Bonds (Debentures)- W. W. Walshe
65 - Petition for a Road from Proprietors of Land in Vicinity of New Huon Road and Queenborough District
72 - Renewal of Government Debentures Valued at 4600 pounds- Hobart Savings Bank
71 - Petition on Behalf of William Parker of the Rose and Crown Inn at Forcett for the Reduction of his Licence Fee due to Ill Health and Heavy Medical Expenditure
67 - Query- Exemption from Road Tolls- Mail Contractor Crawford
80 - Payment of Scholarships to Messers Archer and Perkins Pending Supply of Testimonials
81 - Request from the Colonial Auditor for Information and All papers in Reference to the Costs of Books, Stationery and Stores Required by the Education Department
83 - Establishment of Board to Enquire into the Expenditure of Fuel in all Public Establishments- Supply of Firewood to the Hospital for the Insane at New Norfolk
85 - Complaint against Duties Charged on the Importation of Vulcanised Indian Rubber Water Hose- Claim for Exemption Under "Articles for Raising Water"
No file number, filed at front of box - Plan for Proposed Main Line of Road Between Latrobe and Elizabeth Town
86 (pt 1) - Route and Expenditure on the Road from Elizabeth Town to Latrobe
86 (pt 2) - Road from Elizabeth Town to Latrobe- Correspondence with Mr Dooley (Surveyor)
86 (pt 3) - Route of the Elizabeth Town- Latrobe Road- Views of the East Mersey Road Trust
86 (pt 4) Road Between the Rubicon and Latrobe and Continuation of Old Line of Road
86 (pt 5) - Expenditure of Road from Elizabeth Town to Latrobe and Appropriation of Private Land for the Line
No file number, filed after 86(pt 5) - Road from Elizabeth Town to Latrobe- Supplement of the Grant by Available Funds Held by Trustees
271 - Regulations for Granting of Mining Leases- The Gold Fields Regulations Act 1859
255 - Application for Timber Licence- Mr Gibson
251 - Query- Duty Payable on Wooden Mouldings- Burgess and Surrey
259 - Petition from Jane Wright of Oatlands re. Payments for Lands Credited to Her Late Husband and Bequeathed to Her
269 - Default Purchase of Land in Parish of Northam- B. M. Thomas
262 - Petition for Widening Road Under Construction by Alfred Hill from Top of Bullock Road at Surges Bay and Leading Towards Walpole for access by Sawers and Splitters
261 - Scheduling of the Money Order System to Post Offices
273 - Appointments and Successions to Positions (including Salaries)- H. V. Bayley (Post Office), C. Tibbs (Customs) and J. Hale (Customs)
204 - Query- Duty payable on Washing Power Imported from London- D. Nicholas
206 - Lands Held on Credit by E. L. Crowther at Little Oyster Cove- Repayments re. Changed Regulations
203 - Appropriation of Funds for Repairs and Maintenance to Government House
199 - Bridgewater Commission- Accounts and Collection and Disposal of Funds
198 - Authorisation for the Secretary of the Post Office to Issue Money Orders
196 - Memorandum re. Captain Langdown and Lands in Parish of Largo
197 - Memorandum re. Correspondence of Henry Tourkin- Quarter Warden of Launceston Marine Board
176 - Query- Duties on Import of Silicate of Soda- Launceston Soda Works
172 - Late Payment of Fees for Salaries of the Officers of Launceston Goal
171 - Query- Duties Payable on Imported Astronomical Clock- W. A. Simpson (Watchmaker)
162 - Application for Repayment of Half the Amount of Instalment plus Interest Paid on Land at Point Ventenat Bruny Island- J. Browne
159 - Request from Railway Commission for use of Rooms Allotted to the Department of Public Works (Subsequently Provided in the Immigration Office at Launceston)
158 - Query re. Availability of Government Debentures- D. Park
156 - Dispute Between W. J. R. Gowley and the Government re. Land and Jetty at Franklin
153 - Government Notice- Appointment of Acting Sergent of Police William Session as Clearing Officer at Burgess, Port Sorell
152 - Request for Leave of Absence- James Barnard at the Government Printing Office
149 - Query re. Availability of Government Debentures- J. Butler
151 - Government Notice and Related Correspondence re. Request that Skippers and Consignees of Specie and Bullion Report Both Weight and Value of Same at the Customs Houses
146 - Complaint Against Collector of Customs at Launceston re. Duties Charged on Shipment of Paper Bags- W. W. Valentine
145 - Appointments to the Post Office and Salaries and Retirement of Mr Hardinge (Secretary)
245 - Request that Duty by Waived on Crane (or Derrick) Imported by W. Lloyd for Use at Point Ventenat Quarry
114 - Complaint against Customs Officer at Hobart- Duty Charged on Importation of Soda (Hyposulphite) and Interpretation of the Act- Mr. Sparling
242 - Memorandum to the Director of Public Works- Dispatch of John Cunningham (Overseer of Works at Ringarooma) to Examine and Report on Works at Georges River
246 - Request for Temporary Appointment of Francis Butler to Positions of Director of Public Works, Inspector of Telegraphs and Director General of Roads in Succession to R. Falconer (Deceased)
247 - Request from Inspector of Police for Appointment of John Lambert, Chief District Constable at Horton as Tide Waiter at Stanley
275 - Complaint Against Customs Officer- Duty Charged on Heavy Machinery (Riveting Machine) Imported from London- P. O. Fysh and Co. in Hobart
278 - Accommodation for Police Officers at Glenorchy, Green Ponds and Campbell Town
224 - Death of Mr W. R. Falconer- Director of Public Works and Director General of Roads
228 - Agricultural Statistics for the Year Ending 31 March 1869 (Melbourne)
238 - Appointment of Rate Collectors for the Year 1869
232 - Request for Leave of Absence-Thomas Watts (Customs House Hobart)
234 - Petition- Complaint About Duties Charged on a Piano Imported as a Person Effect of Edward Symonds of O'Brien's Bridge
229 - Memorandum re. Grant Deed for Lot of Crown Land- James Blackmore at Forcett Rivulet
231 - Complaint Against Mrs Elizabeth Brown of Swamp Gum Hills for Cutting Down the Banks of a Creek and Diverting its Course- Patrick Graham of New Norfolk
233 - Mining Right and Licence for New Town Coal Mine- Timothy Meredith- Claim Against the Government for Compensation
239 - Erection of Side Bar at New Town to Collect Tolls- Proclamation
218 - John Thomas (District Surveyor)- Claim Against the Government re. Subdivision of Land at New England
219 - Submission for Issuement of Debentures Secured on the Public Revenues of the Colony to the Amount of 100 000 pounds in Accordance with the State Aid Commutation Act
210 - Authorisation of James Gray at the Public Works Offices, Mr Packer at the Telegraph Office and Ronald Gunn of Public Works (Northern Side) to Sign Vouchers for Cash Payments on Behalf of the Director during Mr Falconer's Illness
211 - Memorandum re. Reallotment of Land in Fingal Gold Fields
212 - Customs Duty Paid on Package of Tobacco- John Edwards of Circular Head
209 - Repayment of R. Dallas (5 pounds)- Overcharged for the Purchase of the Licence for the Commercial Inn at Stanley
258 - Petition from Residents at Penguin Creek- Complaint about New Line of Road Causing the Loss of the Market for their Produce
899 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased at St. Marys- Request for Permission to Defer Payment- Stephen Harvey
898 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased at Circular Head- Request for Permission to Defer Payment- Michael Sheranan
896 - Request for Refund of Duty Charged on an Old Piano Forte (Imported as Part of Personal Effects) in Consideration of its Value- Richard Gardner
895 - Petition from Letter Press Printers and others- Protest Against Competition Between the Government Printing Office and Private Proprietors re. the Printing of Assessment Rolls
894 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased at Scottsdale- Request for Permission to Defer Payment- Charles Smithson
893 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased at Bedford- Request for Permission to Defer Payment- James Welsh
891 - Return of Seized Tea, Sugar, Beef and Butter to the Captain of the Barge India on Special Bond and Upon Payment of Full Duties and Fine
890 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased at Hamilton- Request for Permission to Defer Payment- John Kellaher
889 - Application from the Trustees of the Hobart Town Cemetery for Advance of 100 Pounds to Carry out the Provisions of the Cemeteries Act
888 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased at Piper's River- Request for Permission to Defer Payment- John Lyons
887 - Position of Collector of Stamp Duties- Resignation of William Tarleton and Appointment of George Patten Adams
886 - Appointment of B. H. Roake to Customs Department at Port Frederick on River Mersey
883 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased on Cradoc Road- Notice of Late Payment, Complaint about Payment System and Claim to Poverty- Thomas Doran
882 - Payment of Pension in Tasmania of former Senior Chaplain Thomas Watson (Formerly of Bombay)
880 - Appointment of Collector of Stamp Duties at Torquay re. Mr. Reynolds Letter
879 - Payment of Superannuation to Reverend Francis Brownigg
877 - Shipwreck and Casualty- Brigantine "Walrus"- Reported to Have Been Washed on the Rocks at the Entrance of the River Don
878 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased at Dry Creek- Request for Permission to Defer Payment- George Holmes
876 - Position of Colonial Store Keeper- Transferral of C. Mitchell to the Audit Office and Appointment of C. Eckford
874 - Reimbursement of Duty Charged on Effects and Bedding Imported to Hobart by Andrew P. Miller
873 - Complaint re. Duty Charged on Imported Sherry- Thomas Westbrook
872 - Road Between Launceston and the Black Boy Gold Fields over Roses Tier- Route and Provision for Cart Traffic
871 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased at Inglewood- Request for Permission to Defer Payment- William Burberry
868 - Cost of Lamps in Front of Launceston Telegraph Office Charged to Telegraph Department
866 - Reporting of and Discipling of Letter Carrier Frazer for Intoxication while on Duty
865 - Duties Charged on Spirits Imported by Mr Colder Proprietor of the Family Hotel of Launceston
828 - Complaint Against Customs Officer for Demand for Duties on Personal Wearing Apparel- George Fisher
862 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased at Devon- Request for Permission to Defer payment- Susan Horne
861 - Request for Information re. the Meat Contract at Port Arthur
860 - Complaint re. Duty Charged on Imported Earthenware Tobacco Pipes- J. M. Daverson
859 - Complaint Against Customs Collected on Steam Threshing Machines- Charles Hudson
858 - Discrepancy in Customs Seizure of Goods at Launceston- Payment of Seizing Officer
857 - Claim Against the Government for Monies Owed to Meat Contractor Samuel Ferrall
854 - List of Salaries for 1870 Forwarded to Auditor (Positions Unknown)
853 - Claim Against the Government for Maintenance of Convicts in the Penal Establishment at Launceston for the Year 1868- Thomas Corbett
852 - Notice of Withdrawal of His Name as Security for the Cornwall Chronicle Newspaper- Charles McArthur
851 - Remuneration of Duties Paid on Piano Imported from Melbourne- John Davies
731 - Appointments of Collectors of Stamp Duties- William Tarleton at Hobart and Ronald Campbell Ginn at Launceston
730 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased at Deloraine- Request for Permission to Defer Payment- John Charlesworth
729 - Request for Copy of Letter from Survey Department re. Transfer of Land at Fingal to Gatley by Michael Solomon
728 - Forwarding of the Accounts for Income and Expenditure from the Master Warden of the Circular Head Marine Board
727 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased at Bruny Island- Request for Permission to Defer Payment- H. J. Allen
723 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased at Black Brush- Request for Permission to Defer Payment- Robert Temple Junior
724 - Circular re. Modification of the Auditing of Public Accounts in Australia- Procedure
726 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased at Post Cygnet- Request for Permission to Defer Payment- James Sullivan
722 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased at Table Cape- Request for Permission to Defer Payment- John Bauld (On Behalf of His Son)
720 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased at Latrobe- Request for Permission to Defer Payment- John Ryan
621 - Sale of Land at Queenborough Held by Martin Gorain Due to Failure to Make Fifth Instalment
719 - Complaint re. Duties Charged on Harmonium Imported from Melbourne- J. Barclay
717 - Complaint re. Duties Charged on Chain Making Machinery- Thomas Ransom
718 - Complaint re. Duty Charged and Request for Remuneration for Warehouse Rent and Delivery Charges on Casks of Bottled Port- Justin Browne
716 - Remuneration of George Fisher for Excess Rent Paid on Corn Sacks
712 - Submission for the Amendment of the Rules and Regulations Governing the Post Office Department
711 - Payment of Superannuation- Joseph Milligan
708 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased at Deloraine- Request for Permission to Defer Payment- Susane Horne
710 - Circular re. Sand Banks on the North East Coast Published for the Information of Mariners
707 - Instalment Due for Land Purchased at Castle Forbes Bay- Request for Permission to Defer Payment- James Nimmo
706 - Complaint re. Duty Charged on Sheep Shears- Messers Crookes and Hudson
705 - Two Petitions from the Inhabitants of George Town, Nine Mile Springs and Back Creek to Make George Town a Port of Entry and Clearance
704 - Complaint re. Duty Charged on Sheep Shears- Thomas Corbett and James Webster
703 - Instalment Due on Property in Parish of Pelham- Request for Permission to Defer Payment- John Harris
702 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased at Glenorchy- Request for Permission to Defer Payment- John Ryan
701 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased at North West Bay- Request for Permission to Defer Payment- J. Minnimer
699 - Request for Financial Assistance from James Smith- Former Intaker-Policeman at Port Arthur Injured in Boating Accident
698 - Complaint re. Duties Charged on Two Sculptures (Figures of Women Carved Out of Wood) Considered by Customs as 'Not Works of Art"- A. McGregor
697 - Complaint Against Customs Official- Procedure re. Calculation of Duties by Measurement of Packages- P. O. Fysh and R. Walker
696 - Purchase of Land at New Norfolk for the Post and Telegraph Office
693 - Request for Exemption From Duty on Empty Bottles Used by Colonial Manufacturers- William G. Weaver
695 - Reduction of Cost of Tasmanian Postage for Letters Bound for other Australian Colonies and New Zealand
692 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased at North West Bay- Request for Permission to Defer payment- James Wood
689 - Query re. Intention of Government to Provide Customs Drawback on Coal Shipped to Launceston- Tasmanian Steam Navigation Company
684 - Request for the Colonial Treasurer's Consideration of Details of a Deed Entered into Between Messers, Greig, Roberts and Perkins (a felon) re. Trusteeship of Perkin's Property
682 - Circular from The Board of Trade re. Conveyance Home of Distressed British Seaman and other Matters Relating Thereto
678 - Collection of Rural Police Rates- Ellen Jones of George Town
680 - Query re. Reduction of Duties on Pianos and Harmoniums Pending Passing of Tariff Bill- Mr Hobblewhite
677 - Remuneration of W. Nathan of Latrobe for 2 pounds for Licence for His Store Being Used as a Place of Public Entertainment
695 - Complaint Against Customs Officer- Seizure of Goods from the Barge "Skip Jack"- A. G. Pogue
674 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased at Exton- Request for Permission to Defer Payment- John Thomas
673 - The Barque "Free Trader"- Allowed to Clearout of Customs Without Paying Duty in the Ships Landed by Her
672 - Petition from W. George Duke of Melbourne Owner of the Schooner "Eva"- Seized by Customs- For Return of Penalty Fee of 50 pounds
171 - Telegram from Postmaster General re. Bill and Invoices for Jerusalem and Essex of Shipments to Arrive in Melbourne Mistakenly Sent to London Firm- Request that Postmaster be Allowed to Open Letter and Return the Documents
670 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased at Appleton- Request for Permission to Defer Payment and Complaint re. Advertisement of Land for Sale- B. W. Thomas
668 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased at Penguin Creek- Request for Permission to Defer Payment- John Smith
667 - Complaint re. Duties Charged on Glass Lenses Imported from Melbourne- George Fisher
666 - Launceston Marine Board Audits for the Year 1869
665 - Resignation of Alex Reid from the Telegraph Office
661 - Requests for Acts of Parliament- Cornwall Chronicle Newspaper
660 - Hobart Town Marine Board- Statement of Revenue and Expenditure for the Year 1869
658 - Forwarded Notice to Mariners- Publicity for Port of Refuge at Albany Pass Queensland
659 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased at Port Cygnet- Request for Permission to Defer Payment- Timothy Dillon
654 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased at Castle Forbes Bay- Request for Permission to Defer Payment- John Reid
653 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased at Stanley- Request for Permission to Defer Payment- H. Invermay
662 - Correspondence re. Officer-in-Charge of Customs at Stanley
652 - Memorandum re. Article in the Cornwall Chronicle- "Rumoured Customs Seizure"
649 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased at Bream Creek- Request for Permission to Defer Payments-George Eagle
650 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased at Deloraine- Request for Permission to Defer Payment- Mr Howe
648 - Memorandum re. Proof Drafts of Bill to Fund Friendly Societies
647 - Reward of 100 pounds Approved for Torquay Chief District Constable John Reynolds for Customs Seizure of a Still and Conviction of William Bannon and William Fisher for Working of Same
645 - Complaint Against Customs Officer- Duty Charged on Wrench Component of Patent Mail Axle- William Rout
646 - Complaint Against Customs Officer- Garden Bordering (Iron Fencing) Detained at Customs Shed- Joseph Moir
640 - Partial Payment of Instalment Due on Land at White Hills and Complaint About land Being Advertised for Sale- Thomas Gee
639 - Reapplication for Position of Watchman of the Customs Buildings in Macquarie Street Hobart- William Clark
638 - Government Notice re. The Future Use of the International Code of Signals at the Various Signal Stations in the Colony
641 - Proclamation re. Provisions of The Rural Police Rate Act- Calculation of Rates Gathered for 1870
633 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased at Great Taylors Bay- Request for Permission to Defer Payment- Mary Dickson
636 - Request for Repayment of Duty Charged on Chairs Imported from Melbourne for the Westbury Public Library
637 - Query- Procedure for Withdrawal from Advertised Sale of Piece of Land on River Don Allotted to C. E. Roberts
629 - List of Appointments to the Position of Rural Police Rate Collector for the Year Ending 1870
628 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased at Deloraine- Request for Permission to Defer Payment- James Dalton
627 - Correspondence from the Cornwall Chronicle Newspaper re. Forwarding of Departmental Conference Report and Use of Launceston Telegraph Office
625 - Payment of Instalment Due on Land Purchased at Oatlands by Mr Jones- Listed in Gazette as Defaulter- Henry Dobson
624 - Total Imports and Exports for the Collection of Customs at Launceston for the Year Ending 31 December 1869
623 - Complaint Against Customs- Seizure of Packages and Fining of W. Henry Hinsby (Chemist) for Breach of the Customs Act 9Includes Inventory of Goods)
621 - Request for Information re. The Number of Vessels Dispatched from Tasmanian Ports to in the China Seas, Indian Ocean and Torres Straits for the Years 1866-1868- Queensland Colonial Secretary
1125 - Casualty Aboard the Ship "Letitia" from Mauritius- Arrived at Hobart Town on 3 July with Loss of Sails and other Damage
901 -Instalment Due on Land Purchased at Black River- Request for Permission to Defer Payment- John Breberry
903 - Mersey marine Board- Expenditure of Accumulated Funds on Improvements to Ports
904 - Correspondence re. the Comparative Return of the Tariffs of the Australian Colonies Laid Before the 1870 Inter-colonial Conference- Query re. Changes to Tasmanian Tariffs- Colonial Treasurer Melbourne
905 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased at Port Cygnet- Request for Permission to Defer Payment- Denis Brereton
906 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased at Port Cygnet- Request for Permission to Defer Payment- Widow of Michael Leahey
908 - Notice to Mariners- Painting of Broad Horizontal Bands of Red and White on the Roman Rock Lighthouse at Simon's Bay
909 - Request for Remission of Duty on Furniture Imported from Melbourne for Personal Use- Alex Michies
912 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased at Parkham- Request for Permission to Defer Payment
915 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased at Pontville- Request for Permission to Defer Payment- James Burns
916 - Claim Against the Government by Nicholas Simmons for 24. 10 pounds for Work on the Construction of the Detention River Bridge (Public Works Department)
917 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased at Wynyard- Request for Permission to Defer Payment- James Byrne
918 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased at Port Cygnet- Request for Permission to Defer Payment- Arthur Keddie
919 - Dispute over Printing Contract of J. G. Davies- Withdrawal of His Proposal to Insert Advertisements for the Public Service in the Mercury Newspaper
920 - Payment of Instalments on Land Lots at Leven- Forwarded to the Treasurer- James Fogg (On Behalf of Purchasers)
921 - Refund of Duties Charged to Sarah Roberts (5 pounds) for Piano Returned to Tasmania from Victoria
922 - Case of Robert Brown (Accidentally Drowned in River Tamar)- Submission for Assistance in Securing Financial Security for His Surviving Daughter- Ellen Brown (In the Care of Mr Bromfield)
923 - Division of Fine of 10 pounds Levied on W. H. Whitby as per Section 160 of the Customs Act- One Third to Seizing Officer, One Third to the Informer and One Third to the General Revenue
925 - Application of Mr Morrison for Appointment of an Assistant in His Telegraph Duties
926 - Claim for Customs Drawback on Imported Drapery and Boots- George Fisher
927 - Receipt of Specimens of Government Bonds- Chief Secretary of South Australia
928 - Transfer of W. Henry Boyes (Surveyor and Clerk) from the Queens Asylum at New Town to Hobart Post Office- Appointment and Salary
929 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased at River Mersey- Request for permission to Defer Payment- W. Hewey Weeks
930 - Payment of Tasmanian Pension to Persons in England- Case of Major Collons
931 - Request for Report on the Wreck of the Barque "Eucalyptus" on Black Reef- Marine Department and Board of Trade- London
931 - Report of Wreck and Casualty Aboard the Barque "Eucalyptus" of and from Hobart Town for Adelaide- Lost 28 November on Black Reef
933 - Return of 200 pounds- Balance of Advances Made to Establish the Money Order System (Now Being Conducted on its own Resources)- A. C. Douglas
999 - Application for Tasmanian Government Debentures to the Value of 15000 pounds made on Behalf of the Director of the Australian Mutual Provident Society Sydney
1001 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased at Elizabeth Town- Request for Permission to Defer Payment- J. Radford
1003 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased at Cradoc- Request for Permission to Defer Payment- Mary Kennedy
1004 - Stranding of the Schooner "Exeter" on the North West Coast
1005 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased at Circular Head- Request for Permission to Defer Payment- Thomas Simpson
1007 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased at Tunnack- Request for Permission to Defer Payment- F. Zantuck
1009 - Request for Partial Remittance of Annual Fee (10 pounds) Charged for Licence to Keep a Billiard Table at the International Hotel- Thomas Coner
1010 - Request that Treasurer Grant Three Months Credit for George Young's Land While Away in Melbourne to his Agent William Booth
1011 - Application of Collector of Customs at Launceston for Alteration and Repairs at Landing Waiters Office
1012 - Request for Some Remuneration for Discovery of Stream of Coal on the Tasman Peninsula in 1855- Robert Beddoes
1013 - Complaint re. Being Laid off Work from John McCracken- A Cripple Who Did not Want to Claim a Pension
1014 - Memorandum from Captain Jones- Warden of Westbury Marine Board
1015 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased at Glenorchy- Request for Permission to Defer Payment- John Ryan
1018 - Complaint Against Customs- Duties Charged on Picture Frames Imported from London- John Hayle
1017 - Draft Correspondence- Casualty Report re. the Stranding of the Schooner "Martha and Lauinia" on the North East Side of King Island
1019 - Request that Piano to be Inherited by his Wife be Allowed to Enter the Colony Duty Free- Charles Martin
1020 - Withdrawal of the Colony from the Existing Postal Contract between the Post Master General of England and the Peninsular and Oriental Steam Company for the Conveyance of the English and Australian Mails
1021 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased Near the Huon Path- Request for Permission to Defer Payment- Martin Hague
1022 - Notice of Due Payment on Land Purchased at North West Bay by James Wood
1024 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased at Kentishbery- Request for Permission to Defer Payment- Joseph Harman
1027 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased at Port Cygnet- Request for Permission to Defer Payment- Ellen Dwyer (Deserted Wife)
1028 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased at Port Cygnet- Request for Permission to Defer Payment- Timothy Dillon
1030 - Goods Brought into the Colony Aboard the Barque "Southern Cross" Under Captain Johnson- Complaint against the Conduct of Constable Hopkins
1032 - Instalment Due on Land on Land Purchased at Penguin- Affirmation of Intention to Pay at Soonest Date- John Nilson
1033 - Request from Captain Tarleton- Commanding officer of the Hobart Volunteer Artillery- That a Rifle and Quantity of Ammunition be Imported Duty Free
1034 - Correspondence from William Dear- Chairman of the Derwent Road Trust- Request that Government Grant Aid to Cover the Shortfall between Rate of Road Levy and Actual Amount Collected
1036 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased at Devon- Request for Permission to Defer Payment- Mrs Charlesworth
1037 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased in Wellington by Mr Kingsmill- Request for Permission to Defer Payment- Reverend Francis Hales
1038 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased at Westbury- Request for Permission to Defer Payment- Charles Connor
1039 - Request for Refund of Duty on Two Cases of Clothing Imported as Personal Baggage- Robert Thorne
1031 - Notice of Due Payment on Land Purchased at North West Bay by Messers (Illegible) and W. Carrier
1041 - Correspondence re. Receipt of Immigration (Bounty) Tickets Forwarded to the Crown Agents in London Upon the Request of Peter
1042 - Request for Repayment of Duty Charged on Prize Cup and Clock won in Melbourne by W. Aldred
1044 - Instalment Due and Advertisement for Sale of Land Purchased at Stowport- Request for Permission to Defer Payment- J. Sullivan
1045 - Instalment Due and Advertisement for Sale of Land Purchased at Hamilton on Forth by James Hipper- James Fenton
1046 - Correspondence re. the Revenue and Expenditure of the Hobart Marine Board in the Management of the Harbour and Lighthouses for 1870
1047 - Notice of Due Payment on Land Purchased at Franklin by Michael Cane
1048 - Notice of Land Advertised for Sale Due to Default on Payment- Patrick O'Brien at Oatlands
1050 - Launceston Marine Board Accounts for the Year 1870
1052 - Correspondence re. Damages to the Steamer "Monarch" at Hobart and Claim Brought Against Marine Board Pilot for Running into Her
1053 - Petition from the Residents and Inhabitants of Fingal, Mangana and Black Bay for the Construction of an Electric Telegraph to Fingal
1055 - Application for a Licence to Perform for Local Benefits- The "Christy Minstrels"- Latrobe
1057 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased at Port Cygnet- Request for Permission to Defer Payment- W. E. B. Cross
1058 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased at River Cam- Request for Permission to Defer Payment- Mr Gales
1059 - Instalment Due and Advertisement for Sale of Land at Formby- Request to Defer Sale and Payment- William Chapman
1060 - Instalment Due and Advertisement for Sale of Land at River Leven- Request to Defer Sale and Payment- Thomas Jowett
1061 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased at Kentish Plains- Request for Permission to Defer Payment- John Husbands
1062 - Report of Accident at Wynyard Customs House- Customs Boat Smashed to Pieces on Rocks
1063 - Correspondence re. Payment of Imperial Pensions in Tasmania
1064 - Correspondence re. Copy of the General Rules and Orders Applicable to all Victorian Ports and Harbours and Pilot Regulations Forwarded to the Colonial Secretary
1065 - Report of Casualty Aboard the Brigantine "Alice" While to the North of Wynyard on the North West Coast
1066 - Information about the Duties and Employment of Marine Board Crew re. Comment in the House of Assemble that they Work Not More than One Hour a Day
1068 - Recommendations of Board of Commissioners Established to Enquire into Growth and Treatment of New Zealand Flax
1069 - Collection of Rural Police Rates- Collectors Directed to Send Notices to Tenants
1070 - Request for Refund of Duties Paid on Threshing Machine (Under provision for Exemption of Agricultural Machinery)- Edward Allen of Latrobe
1071 - Request for Refund of Duty Paid on Personal Effects- Elizabeth White
1072 - Return of Seized Package of Toys and Two Packages of Haberdashery Upon Payment of Duty and Fine and Payment of Fine to Seizing Officer
1073 - Correspondence re. Forwarded Copy of Victorian Appropriation Act
1074 - Establishment of a Money Order Office at Port Cygnet
1075 - Submission to Pay Augusta Anne Sams the Pension Due to Her Late Father William Gardener Sams
1077 - Correspondence re. Forwarded Copy of the Financial Statement of Victoria for the Six months Ending 30 June 1871
1078 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased at Circular Head- Request for Permission to Defer Payment- George Hay
1079 - Correspondence re. Registering New Vessel at Table Cape with the Customs Authorities at Launceston- William Moon and Messers Gibson and R. H. Willis
1080 - Request from The Secretary of Lloyd's Merchant Shipping and Underwriters' Association (Melbourne) For Information on the Regulations Concerned With the Management of Tasmanian Ports
1081 - Query re. Reasons for Suspension of A. S. Friend (Junior Clerk) from the Customs Office at Torquay in 1866- J. Nettleton (Wesleyan Missionary)
1082 - Remuneration of W. S. Murphy for Taking Care of the Interests of Customs at Spring Bay
1084 - Correspondence re. Return of Money Confiscated and Held by Police Upon the Detainment of Mr Bray Arrested on an Informal Warrant from New Zealand
1085 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased at Hamilton- Request for Permission to Defer Payment- Andrew McNamara
1086 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased at Tunbridge- Petition to Be Granted the Land in Question in Consideration of the Sudden Death of Her Husband
1087 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased at Spring Bay- Request for Permission to Defer Payment- A. Morey
1088 - Recovery of Government Debentures to the Value of 4000 pounds to the Trustees of the Late Robert Beames
1090 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased at Table Cape- Partial Payment and Request for Permission to Defer Payment- William Cross
1091 - Instalment Due and Advertised Sale of Land Purchased at Muddy Creek- Request to Defer Sale- Patrick Spellan
1092 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased at Table Cape- Request for Permission to Defer Payment- John Loveridge
1093 - Memorandum to the Collector of Customs at Launceston re. Forwarding of Accounts Before the End of the Year
1094 - Exemption of Lump Arsenic for Shot Making from Duties
1095 - Tender for 5000 pounds of Government Debentures- Tasmanian Steam Navigation Company
1076 - Granting of Government Indemnity to the Tasmanian Steam Navigation Company Against All Damages, Costs and Charges Relating to Passengers
1096 - Forwarding of Notice Defining the Position of the Wreck of the Steam Ship "Rangoon" off the Port of Galle for Publication
1097 - Tender for 4000 pounds of Government Debentures- A. G. Webster
1098 - Submission to Public Works for Repairs and Improvements to Treasury Offices
1100 - Refund of Duties Charged to W. G. S. Chapman on Personal Luggage
1101 - Memorandum Requesting the Forwarding of Annual Return for Customs at Launceston for the Year 1873 Including Total Revenue from Imports and name of Importers
1102 - Purchase of Government Debentures Valued at 5000 pounds- John Swan
1103 - Resignation of W. A. J. Ogilvy and Appointment of Archibald Grubb to Circular Head Customs House
1104 - Petition From Chemists of Hobart re. Alteration to the Tariff Attached to Empty Bottles
1105 - Request for Payment of Salary Through the Crown Agents for the Colonies- Reverend W. J. Dunne
1106 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased at Montagu- Request for Permission to Defer Payment- Albert Evans
1107 - Request from Colonial Treasurer for Listed Items Relating to Roads and Government Offices to be Placed on the Supplementary Estimates for 1871
1112 - Tender for Government Debentures to the Value of 11.700 pounds- Australian Mutual Provident Society
1113 - Approval of Payment for Extra Duties Performed by John P. O'Brien in His Position as Letter Carrier at the Hobart Post Office Department
1114 - Forwarding for the Information of Officers in the Colony Copies of the Merchant Shipping Act 1871
1115 - Complaint re. Duty Charged on Shoemakers' Wooden Lasts- W. Turner
1117 - Appointment of John Joseph Lynskey and Charles Joseph O'Brien on Three Month Trial as Junior Messengers and the Hobart Post Office
1120 - Request for Discounted licence Fee for Public house at Lyndhurst- H. H. Gill
1121 - Procedure for Transmission of Shipping Reports by Telegraph
1122 - Request to Ship and Return a Quantity of Timber Boards to Melbourne for Manufacturing Free of Duty- Ditcham and Button of Launceston
1123 - Query re. Duty to be Charged on Marble Mantle Piece Held at Franklin Customs Shed- Mr Elvey
1124 - Request for Customs Drawback on Bales of Sacks Sold in Melbourne- Dalgety Moore and Company at Launceston
1126 - Request for 60 Day Deferment of Rent Due- Patrick Joyce
1127 - Refund of Duty Paid on Silver Cup Imported for Competition Amongst Members of the Launceston Volunteer Artillery Corps- W. Alfred
1128 - Request for Payment of Tasmanian Pension through the Crown Agents in London- Mr Burnett
1129 - Payment of Costs of Postal Communication Between the United Kingdom and Tasmania for the year 1871
1132 - Rent Due on Land at Georges Bay- Request for Permission to Defer Payment- James Rasier
1133 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased at Port Cygnet- Request for Permission to Defer Payment- John Code
1135 - Request for Return of Case of Old Silver Without Paying Duty- E. Abbott
1138 - Refund of Customs Duty Paid by Maria Rolwegan on Personal Baggage
1139 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased at Johns River- Request for Permission to Defer Payment- Mr Rayner
1142 - Persons Holding Wholesale Licences for the Years 1871-2
1141 - Petition Against Payment of Duty on Certain Church Furniture for the Parish Church at Glenorchy- Reverend E. Symonds
1144 - Request that Government Contribute Towards the Cost of Erecting a Small Cottage with Cells For Police Purposes at Green Ponds- G. A. Kemp (Warden)
1148 - Government Indemnity of the Tasmanian Steam Navigation Company and Passage of Mrs Susan McDonald and Her Four Children to Victoria
1147 - Ship Wreck and Casualty Report- The Brig "Spec" of and for Hobart Town Wrecked November 29 on Preservation Island Bass Strait
Submission of List of Appointees to the Position of Collectors of Carriage Duties by District for the Year Ending 14 October 1873
1149 - Currency in the Colony- Withdrawal of Worn Silver Coin From Circulation, Return of Coins to the Mint and Supply and Importation of Silver and Bronze Coin from the Royal Mint London
1150 - Correspondence re. Article Published in the Cornwall Chronicle Newspaper Critical of Customs
1151 - Customs Fines and Penalties- Ending Practice of Customs Officers Benefiting From Fines- All Monies to be Paid to the Colonial Treasury and Case of False Report- Petition of William Thomas Johnston
1153 - Sale of the Late Daniel Harnett's (or Arnott's) Property at New Norfolk- Died Intestate- Dispute over Claim to the 1153 - Property between Catholic Church and other Parties- Government Arbitration re. Beneficiaries of the Proposed Sale
1154 - Correspondence re. Payment of Chief Justice Francis Smith's Salary While on 18 Months Leave from the Colony
1155 - Memorandum re. Forwarded Notice from Victoria Alerting Mariners of a Sunken Rock off the North West Coast of Tasmania
1155 - Complaint Against the Telegraph Department- William George Weaver
1157 - Payment of Government Contribution (via the Marine Board) in Support of the Signal Station at Mount Nelson for the Year 1871
1158 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased at Fingal- Petition Requesting Deferment of Payment- William Burt
1159 - Memo to Auditor- Amounts to be Paid to Money Order Agents
1161 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased at Westbury- Request for Permission to Defer Payment- Cornelius O'Keeffe
1163 - Request for Accounts Dating From June 1870 to May 1871 Relating to Port Arthur
1165 - Inspection of and Reports on Various Tasmanian Ports- R. H. Willis- Collector of Customs
1166 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased at Latrobe- Request for Permission to Defer Payment- James Williams
1167 - Valuation Roll of the Augusta Road District New Town- Road Rates Collected for the Year Ending 29 February 1872
1168 - Ship Wreck and Casualty Report- The Trading Barge "Alabama"- Reported From Hobart Town as Having Sunk in Hospital Bay
1169 - Dismissal of Letter Carrier William Meers from the Launceston Post Office for Being Drunk
1170 - Request for Leave of Absence- James Barnard at the Government Printing Office
1171 - Memorandum to the Collector of Customs- Dispatches from the Secretary of State re. the Measurement of Tonnage of Foreign Vessels and the Levying of Duties of Such Vessels
1172 - Report of Death of Captain Matthew Curling Friend- Retired Post Officer at Launceston and Recipient of Government Pension
1174 - Request for use of Telegraph Free of Charge for Reporting on Forthcoming Cricket Matches in Launceston- Tasmanian Cricket Association
1175 - Request of Loan of Some Flags for Bazaar to be Held at Oatlands to Benefit Church Purposes- Charles J. Milles Secretary of St. Peters Church Bazaar Committee
1177 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased at Glamorgan- Request for Permission to Defer Payment- John Meredith
1178 - Payment of 200 pounds for the Lease of Two Hundred and Seventy Thousand Acres of Bass Strait Comprising of King Island for the Year 1872- Samuel Harris
1179 - Request for leave of Absence- Charles Kent- Chief Clerk at the Launceston Customs Office
1180 - Claim Against the Survey Department for Payment for Advertising Crown Land Sales in the Cornwall Chronicle in August and September 1872- Thomas C. Just- Proprietor
1181 - Customs Department- Changes to Salaries and Staff and Applications for Pensions
1182 - Return of Parcel of Watches Seized by Customs to W. W. Abbott Upon Payment of Duties and Fine
1183 - Accounts for the Year 1871- Mersey marine Board
1184 - Forwarded From the Hobart Marine Board- Complaints from King island Lighthouse Keepers Against the Conduct of the Hunters Resident at King Island
1187 - Correspondence re. Peters and Barnard's Complaint Against the Launceston Customs Officials
1188 - Authorisation of the Colonial Treasurer to Issue and Sell Debentures to the Value of 3300 pounds Under the Provisions of the Local Public Works Loans Act
1189 - Return of Customs Duties for Launceston Port for the Year 1871
1190 - Request for Refund on Customs Paid on Piano Imported from Melbourne- G. S. Couch- Acting as Agent for the Reverend F. E. Stephenson
1192 - Application to Levy of Special (Additional) Road Rate- Trustees of the Longford Road Board
1193 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased at Deloraine- Request for Permission to Defer payment- Trustees of the Late Michael McNamara
1194 - Query re. Customs Duty Payable on Old Wagon Imported by Mr Bloomfield
1195 - Forwarded Copy of Statements of Receipts and Disbursements of Victoria for the Quarter Ending 31 March 1872
1196 - Position of Telegraph Operator and Post Master at Hamilton- Applications of Miss Jessie Mowatt and Mrs Latham
1198 - Request for Legal Opinion from T. Watt Collector of Customs at Hobart re. Liability for Payment for Goods Belonging to the Government Held at the Bonding Warehouse
1199 - Proclamation of the Police Rate for the Year 1876 and Proclamation and Appointment of Collectors for the Year 1872
1200 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased at North Down- Apology for Late Payment- Waiting for Grain Market to Improve- Sampson Andrew
1202 - Forwarded Notice to Mariners- Lighthouse at Port Fairy Victoria
1203 - Forwarded Notice to Mariners- Request for Publicity of the Possible Removal of the Bell Buoy Light Ship at the Entrance to Port Lewis- Mauritius Colonial Secretary's Office
1204 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased in the parish of Dulverton- Request for Permission to Defer Payment- A. Miller
1205 - Granting of Allowance to Richard Hollings- Formerly of the Government Printing Office and Unable to Work Due to Illness
1206 - Instalment Due on Clarkes Island Bass Strait- Request for Permission to Defer Payment- W. V. Morris and J. E. Salier
1208 - Circular re. Extension to Austro-Hungarian Ships of the Colony's Rules for Measurement of Tonnage
1210 - Correspondence re. Casualty Report for the Wreck "Sarah Anne Blanch" on Flinders Island on 9 April 1871
1211 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased in Parish of Conningham- Request for Permission to Defer Payment- W. E. Crowther
1212 - Refund of Duty Paid on Personal Effects to the Reverend W. Dry
1213 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased at Latrobe- Request for Permission to Defer Payment- Thomas Castles
1214 - Forwarded Notice to Mariners- Alteration in the Cutting of the Light at Gabo Island
1215 - Return of Goods Seized by Customs from W. Harrower for being "Erroneously Described" Upon Payment of Duties and Fine
1216 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased at Flowerdale- Request for Permission to Defer Payment- Thomas Hainsworth
1217 - Claim for Compensation for Water Pipe Laid on Ground Taken Over by the Launceston Corporation and Upon Which Town Hall Subsequently Erected- Robert Barry
1219 - Transfer of the Unexpended Balances of Various Loans Acts to the Credit of the General Revenue for the Year 1871
1220 - Forwarded Government Notice- Discovery of a Rock off the Coast Between Algoa Bay and Port Natal- Cape Town Colonial Office
1221 - Duty Payable on Harmonium Purchased by Walch and Sons for the Catholic Church at Oatlands but Returned as Unsuitable
1222 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased at Circular Head- Request for Permission to Defer Payment- J. S. House
1224 - Correspondence re. Bridge over South Esk River (Mostly Illegible)
1225 - Correspondence re. The West Tamar Road Trust and the South Esk Bridge
1226 - Correspondence Forwarded to the Governor re. an Application to the Register of Shipping for Discharge- Richard Copping
1228 - Report of Casualty to the Schooner "Annie" in Adventure Bay from Hobart Collector of Customs
1231 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased at Liffey River- Request for Permission to Defer Payment- James Nicholson
1232 - Submission for the Issue of Debentures Valued at 6700 pounds Under the Land Fund for the Construction of Roads and Bridges
1233 - Submission for the Issue of Debentures Valued at 500 pounds Under the Land Fund for the Construction of Roads and Bridges in the District of Castra
1234 - Correspondence re. John Reynolds- Port Sorell District Rural Police Rate Collector- Accounts and Large Outstanding Amounts for the District
1235 - Forwarded Notice to Mariners- Eastern Entrance to Western Port Victoria
1236 - Revenue and Expenditure of the Hobart Marine Board in the Management of the Harbour and Lighthouses for 1871
1237 - Correspondence re. Thomas C. Just's (Proprietor of the Cornwall Chronicle) Transfer of all Contracts for Printing Government Notices to the Launceston Examiner Due to His Candidature in the House of Assembly
1238 - Correspondence re. Wreck Certificate for the "Bella Vista"
1239 - Launceston Marine Board Accounts for the Year 1871
1240 - Correspondence re. Ship Wreck and Casualty Report for the Steamer "Trader"- Wrecked on the Penguin Reef of Rocks on the North East Coast on 17 June 1872
1242 - Correspondence and Reports re. the Barque "Kohinoor" Wrecked on Hummock Island on 3 July 1872
1243 - Petition from Residents Requesting an Enquiry into the Conduct of A. G. Morrison- Postmaster and Telegraph Operator at Nine Mile Springs Gold Fields
Refund of Duty Paid on Personal Baggage- W. G. Holmes
1245 - Statement from J. Hamer Giving His Account of Events Reported in the Newspaper re. Incident at His Drinking House and Defending His Character
1246 - Protest Against Reduction of His Salary- John McArthur in Charge of Colonial Powder Magazine at Launceston
1247 - Offer of Sale of His Farm at Sandy Bay to the Government- Andrew Jackson
1248 - Rental of Cottage in St Johns Street Launceston from the Government- Mr Johnstone
1249 - Application for Remittance of Duty on Four Gallons of Methylated Spirits Imported for the Preservation of Specimens of Natural History for Baron Von Mueller of the Melbourne Botanic Gardens- T. A. Gulliver
1250 - Statement from C. H. Huxtable (Colonial Storekeeper) re. Complaint Made Against Him by the Assistant Commissary General Castray
1251 - Sale of Tasmanian Wool on the German Market and Sugar Beet Manufacture for same- Proposal of The Consul for the German Empire in Hobart Town- Fredrick Buck
1253 - Stolen Treasury Cheque and Request for Duplicate- Oatlands Board of Works- William Gerrand (Clerk)
1254 - Request from the South Australian Governor James Fergusson for Information on the Consolidation of Public Loans in Tasmania
1255 - Request that the "Silver Oar" Laws be Brought Back into Use for Law Officers Acting on Warrants that Bring them onto Water Going Vessels- George Edmunds (Bailiff)
1256 - Request for Advance to Cover Travelling Expenses Due to Public Service- Mr Stephens
1257 - Urgent Repairs Required at the Electric Telegraph Office- F. A. Packer
1259 - Complaint Against Customs Officers at Launceston- Duties Charges on Ships Sales Imported to Order for W. Griffiths- W. W. Gurr
1258 - Requests for a Reduction in the Licence Fee for Public Houses- Petitions from James Ward of the Albert Inn at Forcett and James Jones of the Victoria Inn at Lewisham
1260 - Erection of Constables Quarters at Bushy Plains- Warden Winston Churchill Simmons
1263 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased at Jerusalem- Request for Permission to Defer Payment- Peter Quinn
1264 - Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea- British Board of Trade
1265 - Various Correspondence With and Regarding the Tasmanian Main Line Railway Company Limited
1265 - Various Correspondence (Printed and Not Printed) re. Public Works and Railways
1265 - Various Correspondence (Published) re. Payment of Interest (Railways and Customs)
1265 - Main Line Railway Certificates- Accounts and Correspondence- Tasmanian Main Line Railway Company
1266 - Notification of Instalment Due on Land Purchased at Deloraine- W. William Stephens
1267 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased at Latrobe- Request for Permission to Defer Payment- John Downey
1268 - Measurement of Ship Being Built at Port Sorell by W. Griffiths- R. H. Willis
1269 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased at Emu Bay- Request for Permission to Defer Payment- M. Mitchell
1270 - Additional Road Rate to be Levied in the Municipality of Spring Bay- Road Trustees Board
1271 - Refund of Duty Paid by W. William Turner for One Case of Opossum Skins Returned to Tasmania
1273 - Query re. Government Debentures- Australian Mutual Provident Society
1274 - Expressions of Interest in the Purchase of Government Debentures- Douglas and Collins and Samuel Bennett
1275 - Complaint About the Practice of Storing Gunpowder in the Powder Magazine Upon Presentation to Customs- William Knights
1276 - Correspondence re. Application for Appointment as the Keeper of Launceston Goal- J. Reynolds
1277 - Correspondence re. Petition from Donald Urquart- Mail Contractor Between Ross and Longford- For Increased Government Payment
1279 - Request to Purchase Debentures to the Value of 600 pounds- Joshua Westbrook
1280 - Request from the Inhabitants of Bellbrook, Latrobe for the Relocation of the Constable from Deep Creek Old Mersey Road to be Closer to the New Road and Settled Areas
1282 - Complaint About the Payment of Charitable Allowances from the Municipal Fund- Evandale Municipal Council
1286 - Renewal of Government Debentures Valued at 500 pounds- Executors of the Late Joseph Hay
1287 - Publication of Notice to Mariners- Erection of a Beacon at Struy's Point- Government of the Cape of Good Hope
1295 - Payment of Army and Navy Pensioners in Tasmania- L. R. Castray
1292 - Complaint Against Customs- Duty Charged on Pig and Sheep Bladders Imported from Sydney- Roberts and Co.
1296 - Correspondence re. Application from Sophia Lee to Have Land in the Parish of Warsham Restored to Her
1297 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased at Sandfly- Request for Permission to Defer Payment- Charles Fosket
1298 - Repairs to the Road from Eagle Hawk Neck to East Bay Next- Report of W. Barnard
1299 - Correspondence re. Recovery of Owing Police Rates in the District of Port Sorell- W. Reynolds
1300 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased at Table Cape- Request for Permission to Defer Payment- Patrick Ford
1304 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased at Lachlan Village- Petition for Permission to Defer Payment- Lydia and Eliza Briers
1308 - Request for Leave of Absence- W. Frederick A, Packer of the Electric Telegraph Department
1307 - Suspension and Request for Removal of Mr Perry from the Customs Office for "Blameable and Highly Discreditable" Conduct- Thomas Watt
1309 - Memorandum from the Colonial Auditor Submitting that the Store Keeper be Relieved from Surcharge
1310 - Dismissal of D. Smart from the Telegraph Office
1417 - Erection of and Appointments to George Town Telegraph Office
1418 - Payment of Account Submitted by Messers Whitesides and Sons for Work Performed at Government House
1419 - Complaint Against Telegraph Operator Charles Henry for Errors- F. A. Packer (Telegraph Department)
1421 - Nomination of a Master to the Macquarie Street School and Attendance at Hobart Schools- The Board of Education
1423 - Correspondence re. Schouten Island- To be Handed over to the Glamorgan Municipality for 'Acclimatisation Purposes"
1424 - Submission for Establishment of Telegraphic Communication with Mount Lewis
1426 - Correspondence re. the Customs Seizure of Gunny Bags at Launceston from Messers Hudson and Sherwin
1428 - Publication of Notice to Mariners- Erection of a New Lighthouse on Bird Island- the Colonial Secretary's Office- Cape of Good Hope
1431 - Request to be Allowed to Pay Rents on Tobacco Held for a Client at the Customs House- Dalgety Moore and Company- Launceston
1435 - Proclamation- The Treatment of Loose Ship Letters
1436 - Request that F. S. Law- Clerk at the Launceston Post Office- Receive an Increased Salary While Undertaking Extra Duties- William Law (Father)
1437 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased at Back River- Request for Permission to Defer Payment- W. S. Turner
1438 - Correspondence re. Erection of a Beacon on Kebe Reef- M. Y. Button
1439 - Complaint Against Customs- Duty Charged on Two Cases of Vichy Water- T. C. Just
1440 - Complaint Against the Customs Department- Non Delivery of Good from the "Southern Cross"- Messers Fysh and Co.
1441 - Colonial Treasurer's Enquiry into Complaint Against Customs Made by Messers Fysh and Co. re. Non-Delivery of Goods
1442 - Payment of 25 pounds to A. W. Boothman (Junior Clerk at the Lands and Works Department) for the Loss of His Position Due to Staff Reductions
1443 - Suggested Proposed Amendment to the Customs Act- Reduction of industrial Duties- The Tasmanian Chemical Firm Company
1444 - Query re. Meaning of the Customs Act in Regards to Duty Payable on Iron Bedstead
1445 - Complaint Against the Post Office Department- "Purloined"- Letters- James Dean of West Maitland New South Wales
1446 - Correspondence re. Casualty Return and Ship Wreck- Partial Loss of the Schooner "Helen" on the West Reef of the River Don
1447 - Complaint re. Duty Charged on Importation of "Steamer's Tonic Wines"- Messers Peter Barnard and Co.
1416 - Petition for Reduction in Public House Licence Fees in Devon- William Henry Mence and Frederick Kimberley (Licensed Victuallers)
1414 - Request for Refund of Duty Paid on Baker's Soldering Fluid- George Peacock
1415 - Refund of Overpaid Duty- A. M. Walker
1412 - Increase in the Percentage Payable by the Tasmanian Government on Certain Claims Made by the Colony on The Imperial Government (Transfer of Prisoners to Port Arthur)- Sandford Scott
1411 - Complaint Against Customs Officer- Measurement and Calculation of Duty on Imported Furniture- Messers Whitesides and Sons
1397 - Petition from the Residents of Orford, Prosser's Bay and Sandspits for a Greater Salary for the Postmaster
1399 - Request from the Landholders and Residents of the Ringarooma District to the Post Master General to Extend the Mail Service- George Fry
1400 - Complaint Against the Minister of Lands and Works- Second Withdrawal of Permission to Use Prison Labour to Roll the Launceston Cricket Grounds- Launceston Cricket Club- William Collins
1401 - Complaint Against Customs- Measurement and Calculated Duty on Furniture Imported from Melbourne- George Fishers (Agent)
1402 - Complaint Against Customs- Duty Levied Twice on a Two Wheeled Buggy- F. Coker
1403 - Correspondence re. Government Inability to Pay Subsides to the Circular Head Road Trustees Boards Due to Insufficient Appropriation of Funds for the Year 1873 (Horton Road Trustees)
1405 - Correspondence in Reference to Completing the Admiralty Survey of the Coast of Tasmania
1407 - Submission for Duplicate Cheque to Replace that Issued to Edward Innes as His Commission for the Collection of Rural Police Rate in Kingston
1408 - Submission for Payment of William Harrison of 25 pounds Commission for the Purchase of Live Stock for the Service of the Establishment at Port Arthur
1409 - Request from the Colonial Treasurer that The Management Board of the General Hospital Hold a Special Meeting to Consider the Application of H. G. Crowther's for the Position of Attendant Without the Usual Apprenticeship with a Medical Officer
1398 - Resolutions of the Board of the Hamilton Road Trust re. Insufficient Revenue to Cover Statutory Changes Upon it for Interest for the Year 1872
1396 - Submission that Landing Waiter Campbell be Paid Half of the Proceeds from the Sale of a Seized Lot of Goods
1395 - Submission that Landing Waiter J. R. Bateman Receive Proportion of Fines and Proceeds from the Sale of Seized Tobacco Lots at Hobart
1392 - Complaint Against the Telegraph Department- Transmission of Messages to and from the Main Land- T. C. Just (Cornwall Chronicle Newspaper)
1391 - Suggestions for Making Temporary Provision for Any Deficiency in the Public Revenue without Resorting to the Imposition of an Income Tax-John Harrison- Registrar of the Diocese
1390 - Request that the Names of Steamer Passengers Arriving from Melbourne be Transmitted to the Newspapers Free of Charge-T. C. Just (Cornwall Chronicle Newspaper)
1389 - Granting of a Public House Licence for the Ferry House Inn on the River Cam- Alfred Deayton
1388 - Granting of a Public House Licence for the Retreat Inn at Latrobe- Elijah Hedditch
1387 - Proposal and Plans for a New System of Telegraph Communication in Tasmania- John Evenden
1382 - Submission that Expenses Incurred in the Customs Seizure of the Schooner "Elizabeth" at Duck River be Added to the Fine Inflicted in the Case
1383 - Resignation of Francis Butler as Inspector of Telegraphs and Director of Public Works
1384 - Appointment of a Post Master and Telegraph Operator at Campbell Town- Petition from Residents Attesting to the Value of the Current Work of Postmistress E. J. Palliser
1385 - Correspondence re. Casualty Return and Ship Wreck- The Schooner "Katheraw" of Geelong Stranded on King Island
1375 - Submission for 25 pounds to be Placed on the Supplementary Estimates to Meet the Salary of the Parliamentary Library Assistant for the Year Ending 24 June 1872
1376 - Refund of Duty Paid by John Oldham on a Sewing Machine Imported and Returned to Melbourne
1378 - Correspondence re. Returns Forwarded from the Attorney General to the Colonial Treasurer
1380 - Payment of Public House Licence- John Jordan of the Plough Inn at Carrick
1374 - Refund of Duty Paid by Mary Lindsay on a Woollen Mattress Imported as Part of her Personal Baggage
1373 - Complaint Against Customs- Duty Paid on Household Furniture and Building Materials Imported from Melbourne- Mr Jessup
1372 - Supply of the Government Gazette to Justices of the Peace Throughout the Colony
1372 - Printing of Government Rolls
1370 - Correspondence re. Reports and Returns of the Customs Department (Including R. H. Willis' Retirement and Pension)
1369 - Correspondence re. Reserved Bill Passed in the 1871 Tasmanian Legislature "To Reduce the Salary and Allowance of Every Future Governor of that Colony"
1368 - Query re. Choice of Tender for the Supply of Drugs and Sundries Required for the Hospital Asylum and the Port Arthur Penal Establishment- Weaner and Co.
1367 - Forwarded Circular to the Colonial Treasurer- "Signals- Pilotage and Distress"
1364 - Discontinuation of the System of Allowing a Discount to Private Persons on Stamps Purchased over the Value of 5 pounds
1363 - Petition for a Reduction of the Public House Licence Fee Payable by George Wright of the Moriarty Arms at Latrobe
1360 - List of Tasmanian Government Publications Held in the Collection of the British Museum London
1358 - Proposal for the Publication of a Government Gazetteer for Distribution in Europe
1357 - Complaint Against the Launceston Post Office Department- Delay in Receiving Letters- Francis Abbot Legge- Cullenswood House
1355 - Circular- "Instructions to Officers in British Possessions Abroad- Relief of Distressed Seamen Belonging to the Dominion of Canada"
1353 - Order of a Table for the Launceston Printing Office
1351 - Request that the Colonial Treasurer Oppose the Bill Proposed by Attorney General's to the House of Representatives that the Entire Police Force be Managed by the General Government- Alex Webster- Mayor of Launceston
1350 - Request for a Salary Increase- H. Boyer- Hobart Post Office
1347 - Request from the Colonial Secretary's Office that W. B. Jamieson be Permitted to use the Electric Telegraph Free of Charge
1346 - Supply of Telegraphs re. Office at Macquarie Plains
1344 - Complaint- Privileges Enjoyed by the Providers of the Steamers Trading Between Tasmania and Melbourne- Freedom from Paying Duty- W. Cleary
1345 - Complaint Against Customs Officer- Duty Charged on Sewing Machines Imported from London- McFarlane Burr and Co.
1342 - Instalment Due on Land Purchased at Latrobe- Request for Permission to Defer Payment- Thomas Wilkinson
1341 - Query re. Length and Security of Lease of Government Ground and Offices- Tasmanian Steam Navigation Company
1339 - Distribution of Penalty and Proceeds of Sale of Seized Goods from Mr Braithwaite
1337 - Petition from Sawyers and Splitters in the Vicinity of Surges Bay for a Road
1338 - Complaint Against Telegraph Officer at Hobart F. A. Packer - D. Macmillan- Tasmanian Times Office
1336 - Petition from Residents on the River Forth for the Appointment of Hugh McCluskey as a Surveyor Under the "Real Property Act"
1335 - Report of Captain John Crinch that his Steamer the "Tasmania" Struck an Uncharted Sunken Rock of the North Coast near Swan Island
1334 - Resignation of Mr Kerwan from the Melton Mowbray Post Office and Applications for Appointment
1332 - Annual Grant to the Museum in Hobart- Complaint that its Reduction by 100 pounds had Put the Council of the Royal Society Back into Debt
1333 - Request for Employment as a Painter to Pay for His Sons Treatment and Maintenance at the General Hospital- Joseph Taylor
1331 - Proposal for the Creation of a Customs Union and Uniform Tariff for the Australian Colonies- Resolutions of the Launceston Chamber of Commerce
1330 - The System of Stamping of Banker's Cheques- Chamber of Commerce
1329 - Importers and Wholesale Spirit Licences- Evasion of- Chamber of Commerce
Salary of the Shipping Master- Chamber of Commerce
1327 - Proposal for the Establishment of a Tasmanian Gazetteer- Publisher in Ordinary to the Victorian Government
1326 - Request for Government Subsidy of Materials Required to Erect a Shot Tower- Joseph Moir
1325 - Request from the Marine Board for Larger Accommodations
1323 - Proposed Certification of Masters and Mates of Coasting and other Vessels Under the Harbour and navigation Bill- Query re. Nature of the Certification- G. P. Heath- Brisbane Department of Ports and Harbours
1324 - Complaint About Duty Charged on Importation of Packages of Jam Tins and Fears this will Lead to a Monopoly over the Industry by Messers Peacock and Johnston- William Larkins
1322 - Request for Permission to Remove Boulder Stones for Ballast from the Fisherman's Boat Harbour in Hobart- H. E. Baggott
1320 - Form of Certificate to be Signed by the Paying Officer for the Payment of Imperial Government Pensions- Query From the Paymaster General's Office Whitehall- J. R. Collier
1319 - Petition from the Residents of Penguin that the Port at Penguin be Declared a Port of Clearance
1314 - Request for an Amount not Exceeding 100 pounds from the Marine Board Funds to Erect Additional Accommodation at the School Buildings at Low Head- Richard Green- Master Warden
1316 - Retirement of R. H. Willis- Collector of Customs Launceston- Statement of the House of Assembly that he Should Keep his Position
1315 - Petition from the Tobacconists of Hobart Town Against the Imposition of Retail Tobacconist Licences
1311 - Request for Remission of Fees (or Part of) on Land Grant Held By Margaret Nielsen (Widow) of Battery Point- Charles H. Elliston
1312 - Query re. the Schooner "Flying Squirrel" from the Chief Registrar of Shipping London re. its Registration
1451 - Correspondence re. Letter from Edward Toppin of London Enquiring Whether His Brother Dr. Toppin was in the Colony in the Service of the Colonial Government
1452 - Revenue and Expenditure of the Hobart Marine Board in the Management of the Harbour and Lighthouses for 1872
1453 - Appointment of J. Huxtable as Assistant Telegraph Operator at Low Head
1454 - Accounts of the Launceston Marine Board for the Year 1872
1457 - Application for Reward offered by the Government re. the Conviction of Samuel Morrison for Wilful Injury to the Electric Telegraph Wire at Glenorchy- Constable John Wallace
1458 - Request for Exemption from Duty on Stoneware Water Pipes Imported by the Hobart Corporation- Henry Wilkinson (Town Clerk)
1459 - Recommendation that the Money Order System be Extended to Launceston- A. C. Douglas and Petition from the Inhabitants of Jerusalem and Employees of the Tasmanian Main Line Railway Company for Better Postal Services
1460 - Request that Imports of Magnesia be Rated on a Fixed Duty Rather than Measurement of Packages- Hinsby and Calvert and Petition from the Manufacturers of Hobart for the Exemption of Duties on Certain Items
1461 - Request for Customs Drawback on Exports of Food Stuffs
1462 - Appointments to the Treasury Department; Requests for Leave of Absence; Statement of Duties for Various Positions and Applications for Appointment
1463 - Request for the Resumption of the System of Notification of Approaching Ships by Telegraph from the Signal Station at Fortescue Bay- A. S. Westley Chairman Chamber of Commerce
1465 - Correspondence re. Customs Seizure of Goods Imported by Mr Heymanson at Launceston
1466 - Return of Seized Supply Bags to Mr Edginton Upon Payment of Duty and Fine and Distribution of Half the Fine to the Seizing Officer
1467 - Refund of Duty Paid by J. C. Northcote on a Silver Prize Cup
1468 - Proclamation Declaring the River Cam a Port of Clearance
Offer to Purchase the Submarine Cable Laid Between Tasmanian and Victoria in 1862- Alfred Nicholas
1473 - Correspondence re. Sale of the Submarine Cable Laid Between Tasmania and Victoria in 1862
1474 - Maintenance of the Harbour of Refuge at Somerset Near Cape York through the Contribution of Several Colonies- The Chief Secretary at the Queensland Colonial Secretary's Office
1476 - List of Appointments to the Position of Rural Police Rate Collector for the Year 1873
1478 - The Auditor's Request for a Declaration in Support of the Amount of Duty Collected Under the Ad Valorem Clause of the Customs Act
1479 - Correspondence re. Casualty Report and Ship Wreck of the Schooner "Governor Wynyard" at Circular Head
1480 - Approval from the Governor of System of all Telegraphs from Within the Colony Passing through the Post Office Department
1481 - Query re. Availability of 5 cent Debentures for Sale- William Gibson
1484 - Complaint Against Customs and Request for Refund of Duties Paid on "Purse Isinglass "Imported for Brewing Purposes- Messers Degraves and Hilton
1482 - Complaint About the Reduction of Government Grant Given to Swansea Council- E. C. Shaw (Chairman of Swansea Road Trust)
1487 - Query re. Duty Charged on Sheep Imported from Melbourne Aboard the Brig "Maid of Erin" and Landed on Spring Bay- S. Bendall
1488 - Complaint Against Customs- Duty Charged on the "Illustrated Tasmanian News"- T. C. Just (Cornwall Chronicle)
1490 - Claim Against the Government for 30 pounds Law Expenses- D. Room
1491 - Petition from Samuel Wilson for Further Employment Under the Government
1492 - Complaint Against Customs and Request for Drawback on General Merchandise and Furniture- Maurice Nathan
1493 - Applications from Treasury Department Clerks for Promotion re. Transfer of Mr Morris to the Hospital
1493 - Salaries and Appointments to the Postal Department, Treasury Clerkships, Resignation of A. J. Lovett (Colonial Treasurer) and Retirement of H. E. Best (Governor in Council) and Subsequent Appointment of W. A. Reid
1494 - Request to Pass an "Atmospheric Gas Engine" free of Duty- Messers Aikenhead and Button
1495 - Request for Explanation as to Why the Banking of Certain Monies was not Carried out by A. B. Willis (Wynyard Post Office)
1497 - Complaint From Hobart Post Office Employees- Long Hours of Attendance
1498 - Correspondence re. Collectors and Sub-Collectors of Carriage Duties- General and By Municipality
1499 - Return of Goods Seized by Customs from Messer W. and T. Hart upon Payment of Duty and Fine
1500 - Port Changes at Table Cape- W. Jones and Booklet- "Table Cape Marine Board Port Regulations for the Guidance of Masters of Vessels"
1501 - Resignation of James Fenton and Recommended Appointment of Major Arthur Vincent Dumbleton as Warder- Mersey Marine Board
1502 - Suggestion for a 1000 pounds Reward Offered by the Government for the First Thousand Tons of Tasmanian Ore- D. Lonsden- Ilfracombe Iron Works
1505 - Appointments to Table Cape Marine Board
1506 - Complaint Against Mr Harding Clerk at the Hobart Customs House- P. O. Fysh and Co.
1507 - Complaint Against Duty Charged on Cattle Imported from Victoria- Thomas Peters
1510 - Request for the Free Use of the Telegraph Wires to Announce Astronomical Discoveries- Francis Abbott
1511 - Wharf Space at Hobart for the Barque "Lizzi and Rosa"- Messers Belbin and Dowdell
1512 - Submission that 15 Hundred Pounds be Paid Quarterly to the Colony from the Imperial Expenditure in Aid of Police and Goals
1516 - Urgent Repairs Required at the Electric Telegraph Office- F. A. Packer
1514 - Correspondence re. List of Officers in the Public Service Entitled to a Pension from the Imperial Treasury
1519 - Complaint Against King Island Lighthouse Superintendent Mr Spong and the Marine Board from Former Assistant Superintendent W. Scott
1518 - Report of Public Meeting Held at Torquay to Consider Whether the District Should Become a Rural Municipality and Request for Information re. The Revenue and Expenditure of the Police District of Port Sorell- R. Stewart
1517 - Complaint Against Customs- Classification of Sheep Sheers as Cutlery- A Webster, Hart and Son and Messers Castley
1521 - Duties Levied on Haberdashery- Appeal Against the Decision of the Collector of Customs- P. O. Fysh and Co and Complaint About the Equitable Adjustment of the Value of Goods Subject to Duty by Ad Valorem- Thomas Watt (Collector of Customs
1522 - Complaint About Bond Charges for Stowing Valonia- W. Turner
1523 - Sanctioning of Expenditure of Various Works to be Overseen by the Warders of the Mersey Marine Board- H. J. Murray- Master Warder
1524 - Request to Other Australian Colonies and New Zealand for the Latest Printed Financial Statements of Annual Receipts and Expenditure
1525 - Suggestions re. the Valuation of Property in Torquay and Alterations in the Valuation Roll- J. Reynolds
1533 - Query re. Payment of Government Aid to Road Trusts in 1873- B. W. Thomas (Chairman of the West Mersey Road Trust)
1535 - Request for Increase in Salary due to Extra Duties- James C. Mann (Sheriff's Office)
1536 - Contract with the Tasmanian Steam Navigation Company for the Convey of European and Mulicolonial Mails Between Tasmania and Victoria
1538 - Complaint re Non-Delivery of Telegram Sent from New Castle, New South Wales by Captain Shimmins of the Barque " Lady Emma"- E. M. Fisher
1539 - Return of Seized Goods (Excepting the Tobacco Supply) to W. H. Gamble at Launceston Upon Payment of Fine
1541 - The Colonial Auditor's Report on the Treasury Balances- W. Lovett
1542 - Payment of Account for Postal Communication Between the United Kingdom and Tasmania for the Year 1873
1543 - Tender for Tasmanian Government Debentures to the Sum of 1515 pounds- Francis Butler
1544 - Submission to Issue Duplicate Cheque (Original Lost) Payable to George Smith- Launceston Under Sheriff
1545 - Request for Forward Payment of Road Grant from the Spring Bay Road Trustees Board
1546 - Query re. Amount of Road Grant Available for 1874 from the Harford and Templeton Road Districts- A. Dumbleton
1554 - Correspondence re. Customs Seizure of Goods From J. Johnson for Non-Declaration Upon Entry
1553 - Request for Return of Casualty Report for the "Spray" of Launceston- Board of Trade Whitehall Gardens
1554 - Request for Payment of Tasmanian Pension through the Agent General in London- James Gray
1555 - Application for the Position of Assistant Superintendent at the King Island Lighthouse-John Ferguson
1556 - Affixing Stamps Required by Law to Polices of Assurance or Insurance
1558 - Request for Permission to Frank Letters- Secretary of the Board of Guardians- Queen's Asylum
1561 - Payment of Cheques Under 1 pound and Advance of 5 pounds for Petty Expenses- Mr Lovett
1563 - Payment of Account for Small Articles Supplied to the Telegraph Office- Slater and Co. Melbourne
1565 - Request for Increase in Salary- Mr King- Second Landing Waiter at Launceston Customs House
1564 - Request that an Additional Messenger Boy be Appointed to the Telegraph Department- F. A. Packer
1568 - Request for Refund of Duty paid by Henry Reeds on Personal Effects
1569 - Advance of 1000 pounds to the Upon a Special Rate to the Trustees of the Road District of Tarleton
1570 - Granting of a Public House Licence to W. Hawkner
1572 - Query re. Landing Goods at Swansea- Francis Cotton
1573 - Permission for Francis Butler and George A. Kemp to Parcel Letters "On Public Service Only" Under the Property Valuation Act
1575 - Destruction and Replacement of Police and Customs Boat at Swansea- Edward Shaw (Warder)
1577 - Hobart and Launceston Bonding Warehouses- Various Correspondence re. Appointments, Claims and Accounts and Conditions of the Leases
1579 - Complaint Against F. A. Packer of the Telegraph Department re. Writing Prejudicial Reviews of Operas at the Office- James Hanson
1583 - Request for Review of the Decision of the Trustees of the County of Devon- Denial of a Licence to the Old Established Public House at Ballahoo Island- Joseph Lobley
1584 - Submission for the Necessity of an Extra Telegraph Wire to be Established Between Hobart and Launceston- F. A. Packer
1684 - Complaint About the Delay of the Transmission of Intercolonial Telegraphs- Mr Warren (Manager of the Eastern Extension Australasia and China Telegraph Company)
1585 - Inquiry into Clerks Reading and Tampering with Telegrams- Complaints Against Clerks Smart and Bain- T. S. Chitty at Launceston
1586 - Request from Secretary of the Launceston Post Office A. C. Douglas for Additional Staff, Dismissal of Clerk Lester for Fraud and Appointment of H. V. Bayly
1589 - Complaint About Delayed Mail and the Convey of Letters Between Hobart and Ross- John Fletcher
1590 - Appointment of O. Lord as a Junior Clerk at the Hobart Post Office
1594 - Miscellaneous Correspondence with the Launceston Marine Board (Expenditure, Grant, Loans, Tenders and others)
1597 - Petition from the Residents of Bothwell Requesting a Later Closing Time for the Return Mail to Hobart
1598 - Changes to the System of the Monthly Statement of Stamps Printed at the Government Printing Office
1599 - Miscellaneous Correspondence With the Circular Head Marine Board (Appointments and Resignations, Annual Returns and Accounts, Leaves of Absence and others)
1600 - Seizure of Goods from Messers Smith and Poole for Breach of Customs Act- Return of Goods Upon the Condition that All Claims Against the Government are Dropped
1601 - Request that a Small Patent Compound Hydraulic Press be Allowed to Enter Duty Free- Messers Fairthorne and Son
1602 - Claim for Customs Drawback on 45 Cases of Jam- Mr Hawkins
1603 - Correspondence re. Penguin Creek Breakwater and Emu Bay Jetty (Including Valuation Roll for the District of Port Sorell for the Year 1876)
1605 - Claim for Unpaid Salary- W. Lovett (Colonial Auditor)
1606 - Customs Seizure and Return of Goods from John Dunning at Launceston Upon Payment of Duty and Fine
1610 - Application for Promotion- G. B. Penny
1612 - Request that the Widow of the Engineer of the Steamer Tug Tamar Receive a Gratuity from the Department- Master Warder Green
1613 - Appointments to the Telegraph Department, Applications for the Position of Messenger in Hobart and the Employment of Mr Marsden
1615 - Correspondence re. Opening the Telegraph Department on Sundays
1616 - Use of Telegrams by Government Departments and Employees- Request from R. W. Lord
1617 - Request to Issue Special Road Rate at the Allowable Maximum- Road Trustees in the Districts of East Devon- James M. Dooley
1625 - Casualty Report and Ship Wreck Certificate for the "Duke of Edinburgh"
1626 - Request for Issuement of a Cheque to the Bailiff re. Judgement in Case of Seized Goods- Charlie Ball
1627 - Erection of a New Pier for the Mouth of the Dock at Hobart
1630 - Request for Loan of 1000 pounds by the Kentish Plains Road Trust- J. M. Dooley
1631 - Request for Extension of the Facilities Provided by the Custom's Department to Vessels Bound to the Rivers Leven and Don- Messers Scarr and Dixon
1633 - Certificates of Navigation Officers and Clearage at Customs- Captain Westbrook of the Brig Jane and the Collector of Customs at Auckland New Zealand
1635 - Correspondence re. Proclamations of the Rural Police Rates for the Years 1875- 1878
1636 - Customs Seizure and Return of Goods Imported by Messers Hopkins and Murphy Upon Payment of Duty and Fine
1640 - Recommendation that the Campbell Town Post Office Receive a New Operator or be Relocated to the Post Office Due to Poor Service- F. A. Packer
1643 - Loan Requested by the East Mersey Road Trustees- J. M. Dooley
1644 - Correspondence re. Postal and Telegraph Services By District (Mount Bischoff, Deloraine and Elizabeth Town, Circular Head, Penguin Creek, Sheffield, Emu Bay, Table Cape, Torquay, Don, River Cam, Leven, Hamilton on Forth, Latrobe and Lorinna)
1645 - Settlement of Expenses with the Government of Victoria
1647 - Transfer of Stores from the Imperial to the Colonial Government and Recommendation that Commissariat Correspondence be Destroyed
1649 - Vessels Registered at the Ports of Tasmania- Information for the Merchant Shipping and Underwriters' Association- Lloyd's Agency for the Port of Melbourne Victoria- J. Vincent Welch (Secretary)
1650 - Correspondence with the Master Warder of the Mersey Marine Board re. Appointments
1654 - Request for Repairs to the Low Head Telegraph Station- Robert Henry Junior
1655 - Exportation of Articles Items Free of Duty Contrary to the Act- Directive to the Collector of Customs to Draw the Attention of Shippers and Bankers to Section 88 of 25 Vict. No. 3
1656 - Correspondence re. Postal and Telegraph Services by District (Hamilton, Campbell Town and Oatlands, George Town)
1656 - Proposed Amalgamation of the Post and Telegraph Offices at Macquarie Plains and Erection of New Telegraph Office (includes photo of Gretna Green Hotel c. 1874)
1657 - Request for Permission to Land Hay from New Zealand at Port Esperance- W. Andrewartha
1658 - Convening of a Meeting of the Chamber of Commerce at Hobart or Launceston to Nominate Marine Board Warders
1659 - Complaint About the Delay in the Delivery of Telegraphs- Chairman of the Chamber of Commerce
1660 - Return to the Government of all Property in the Hands of the Different Volunteer Corps
1662 - Telegram About the Safety of the Ship "Alchemist" Knowledge of Which Became Known to the Chamber of Commerce before Received
1664 - Proclamation of Port Esperance as a Port of Clearance
1666 - Complaint Against Customs- Duty Charged on Importation of Lime- John Galvin
1667 - Instructions to the Manager of the Western Railway Department to Adopt of the Morse Alphabet Upon Erection of the Line of Telegraph Along the Railway Line
1668 - Re-Registry of the Schooner "Freddy" After Being Stranded on a Beach and Repaired- Cummings Henry and Co.
1669 - Complaint About Rate of Duty Charged on Shoemakers' Hemp- Marsh and Co.
1670 - Request From J. Watchorn to Take Whiskey in Prohibited Packages Out of Bond Claiming to Have Imported Them in Ignorance of the Customs Act
1671 - Request that Bichromate of Potash be Admitted Duty Free- Bulman Johnson and Co.
1672 - Regular Steam Communication Between Dunedin, Hobart and South Australia- Messers Darling and Co.
1673 - Correspondence re. Launceston Marine Board Accounts for the Year 1873
1675 - Correspondence re. A Bill Before Parliament to Amend the Marine Board Act
1677 - Proposal From the Tasmanian Agricultural and Pastoral Association Regarding Customs Arrangements for the Import of Implements and Machinery for a Forthcoming Association Show
1678 - Complaint Against Customs- Duty Charge on Cases of Manufacturers Samples- Lewis Tallermann
1682 - Circular from The Board of Trade re. Collection of Copies of all Local Signals in use in the Colony
1683 - The Brig "Mercury" Interceded at Launceston for Smuggling
1685 - Query re. Duty Charged on "(Expressed) Oil of Almonds)- L. Fairthorne and Son
1687 - The Increasing Export of Ale from Tasmania and Regulations Covering the Import of Empty Casks- James Nelson
1688 - Return of Seized Goods to Messers J. and G. Castley Upon Payment of Fine
1690 - Discrepancies Within the Mersey Marine Board Accounts for the Year 1873
1693 - Casualty Return for the Stranding of the Schooner "Swallow" at the Moth of the River Bly (Including the Report of the Master)
1694 - Complaint About Duty Charged on Exported Poppy Heads- A. P. Miller (London)
1696 - Refund of Duty Paid on Personal Baggage by H. A. Perkins
1697 - Complaint Against Customs- Entering Certain Goods for Payment of Duty- Messers Dalgety Moore and Co.
1698 - Ship Wreck- Casualty Report for the Ship "Henrietta"- Caught in a Squall Mid Channel and Sank
1701 - Memorandum to the Collector of Customs Directing His Attention to a Recently Passed Act "to Constitute Courts of Enquiry into the Causes of Ship Wrecks"
1702 - Correspondence re. House of Assembly Paper Expressing the Government's Willingness to Admit Free of Duties and Wharfage all Instruments Imported by American Parties in Connection with the Observation of the Transit of Venus in Tasmania
1704 - Return of Seized package of Plate Ware to William Dowling Upon Payment of Duties and Fine
1705 - Request for Payment of Due Government Pension- W. W. Barton
1710 - Casualty Return and Enquiry Report for the Stranding of the Schooner "Helena" on the East Side of the Entrance of the River Don
1711 - Complaint Against Rate of Duty Charged on Confectionery- John Webb
1712 - Horses Shipped to Bluff Harbour without the Necessary Certificates Required under "The Diseased Cattle Act"
1714 - Appointment of George Smith as a Collector of Stamp Duties
1713 - Request that an Import of Inks be Admitted Duty Free- Messers Knight and Co.
1718 - Request for Loan of 500 pounds to Repair the George Town Road- George Town Road Trustees Board
1719 - Application for a Gang Birth For the Ship "Wagoola" at Hobart- James Macfarlane (Agent of the Ship)
1720 - Casualty Report and Enquiry into the Stranding of the Schooner "Experiment" on the East Bank of the River Forth
1721 - Resignation of James Fenton and Appointment of John Griffiths to the Mersey Marine Board
1722 - Request for Leave of Absence and Doctor's Recommendation for Same- Miss M. P. Latham- Telegraphist at Hamilton
1723 - Request for Customs Drawback on Imported Piano
1724 - Request for Customs Drawback on Imported Semi-Grand Piano
1725 - Personal Baggage Held at Customs House on Charge of Attempting to Defraud the Revenue- Mrs de Graves
1726 - Customs Seizure and Return of Cricketing Materials to Messers Davies Brothers Upon Payment of Fine
1729 - Details to be Recorded on Debentures Made out as Payable to "The Trustees of the Children of Mrs Ann Mitchell" or "His" Endorsees- Request that Names of the Trustees be Listed- S. W. Westbrook
1727 - Distribution of Fine to be Inflicted on John Burgess for Beach of the Customs Act
1817 - Wreck of the Ship "Cambridgeshire"- Submission that the Treasury to Remit Duty on Goods Consumed by the Wrecking Parties Whist Engaged Upon the Public Service
1870 - Correspondence re. Customs' Supervision of the Ship Wreck "Cambridgeshire"
No number - Account for the Expenses Incurred in the Subsistence of Distressed British Seamen at Hobart Port in the Quarter Ending 31 March 1858
1817 - Wreck of the Ship "Cambridgeshire"- Claim on the Board of Trade for Expenses Incurred on Account of the Subsequent Enquiry- W. C. Sargeant
Unnumbered - Account for Payments of Clothing Supplied to Distressed British Seaman at Hobart Port in the Quarter Ending 31 March 1858
Unnumbered - Wreck of the Ship "Cambridgeshire"- Recovery, Enquiry and Accounts
1817 - Wreck of the Ship "Cambridgeshire"- Enquiry and Report
1804 - Casualty Report and Enquiry in the Wreck of Barque "Corrido" on Swan Island
1814 - Casualty Report for the Ship "Lapwing" Said to be Lost at Santa Cruz
1816 - Request for Explanation from J. H. Jones (Collector of Customs at Hobart) as to Why His Signature Appeared on an Address to James Gray (Member of the House of Assembly) Calling for his Resignation
1731 - Proposal to Make Duck River a Port of Clearance- Report of Thomas Watt- Collector of Customs
1732 - Submission from the Registrar of Shipping for the Port of Launceston for the Appointment of a Measuring Surveyor
1733 - Request for Refund of Overcharge on Goods Held at the Bonded Warehouse at Hobart Port- George Fisher
1737 - Complaint Against Customs- Rate of Duty Charged on Ox and Sheep Tongues- Messers Murdoch and Co., Perkins and Nephew and Burgess and Barrett
1741 - Request for Remittance of Duty on Two Imported Horse Powered Threshing Machines- Gawler and McKenzie
1742 - Customs Seizure of the Vessel "Cezarewitch" at Port Esperance South Port- Particulars and Imposition and Distribution of Fine
1743 - Complaint About the Cost of Pilotage at Tasmanian Ports- Messers Scarr and Dixon
1745 - Arrest of James Smith with a Quantity of Tobacco Upon His Peron that He Could not Account For- James Coulter- Superintendent of Police at Launceston
1746 - Hobart and Launceston Marine Boards- Advances from Treasury
1747 - Casualty Return and Enquiry into the Loss by Fire of the Schooner "Pioneer"
1748 - Complaint Against Customs- Duty Charged on 300 Cases of Cement- T. C. Just (on Behalf of the British and Tasmanian Charcoal Iron Company
1749 - Correspondence re. Importation of Glass for Photographic purposes from London
1752 - Customs Seizure and Return of Goods to the Photographer Mr Baily Upon Payment of Fine
1751 - Customs Seizure and Return of Goods to the Lady Superiores at the Presentation Convent Upon Payment of Fine and Duty
1753 - Forwarding of Letters to the Governor Stamped with Insufficient Postage from the Hobart Post Office on the "Public Service"
1757 - Customs Seizure of Goods from the Ketches "Kangaroo" and "Ellen and Elizabeth" by Tide Waiter Smart Whist in Charge of the Wreck of the "Blencathra" at King Island and Return of Goods to the Purchasers of the Wreck- Messers Stevenson and Son
1758 - The Post and Telegraph Office at Ross- Petition from Sarah Jane Hall (Widow of the Late Postmaster) to Retain the Position in the Family
1760 - Clearing of the Latrobe Inlet- M. Nathan
1763 - Complaint About Duty Charged on a Quantity of Imported Items from England- Henry Reed
1765 - Refund of Duty Paid on a Piano Imported from Melbourne to Angus McLeod
1767 - Request to Defer Part of Duty Due on a 25 Tin-Lined Cases of Bryant and May's Patent Safety Wooden Matches- Macfarlane Brothers and Co.
1768 - Distribution of the Proceeds of the Sale of Goods Seized From S. Davis
1769 - Request that Woollen Hosiery Yarns be Permitted to Enter Duty Free- Messers Dowling and Johnstone
1770 - Mersey Marine Board- Erection of a Landing Shed, Resignations and Appointments and others
1771 - Resolution of the Branches of the Independent Order of the Good Templars that the Savings Bank Act be Brought into Operation as Early as Possible to Promote "Total Abstinence" From Drinking Among the Working Classes- Captain Fisher
1773 - Posting Daily Wind and Weather Reports From Newcastle, Sydney and Adelaide in the Hobart Telegraph Office- Proposal From the Chamber of Commerce
1774 - Correction of Errors in Messages Passing Through the Submarine Cable- Chairman of the Chamber of Commerce
1777 - Complaint About the Management of the Government Printing Office- T. C. Just (Cornwell Chronicle)
1779 - Smuggling Aboard the Brig "Mercury"- Vessel Kept Under Watch By the Customs Department and Charging of Griffiths Williams
1780 - Proposed Establishment of an Office of Customs at Port Lempriere- Application for Appointment as Officer in Charge- Thomas Thompson
1781 - Casualty Reports Forwarded to the Colonial Treasurer (Vessel Unnamed)
1782 - Request that Tasmanian Steam and Navigation Company Steamers Be permitted to Enter the Ports Without Passing Through Customs- Edward Freeman
1783 - Appointment of an Inspector of Steam Ferry Boats
1784 - Request that Bichromate of Potash be Exempt from Duties- Bulman Johnstone and Co
1785 - Submission of Amended Rules and Regulations of the Electric Telegraph Office
1786 - Unloading of Cargo from the S. S. Tasman and the Entry of Tasmanian Steam Navigation Company Vessels Without Customs Clearance- Edward Freeman
1787 - Request from Sheep Owners and Agriculturalists that Common Salt be Made Exempt from Duties- N. J. Brown M. H. A.
1789 - Correspondence re. Customs Seizure of Case of Printing Paper Imported by Davies Brothers
1791 - Complaint about the Delayed Transmission of a Telegraph Sent from Sydney- Edward Freeman (Tasmanian Steam Navigation Company) and Complaints about the Telegraph Department from Davies and Brothers re the Death of Captain Clinch
1792 - Proclamation that the Quay and Wharf at Swansea may Longer Be a Port at which Goods may be Laden
1794 - Extension of the Regulations Governing Drawback on Customs Duties to all Goods Reshipped in the Original Package
1795 - Payment for Expenses Incurred in Travelling to Measure the Schooner "Ingles"- E. T. Boyes
1797 - Dispute over Classification of a "Railway Rug" under the Customs Act 1873- P. O. Fysh and Co.
1799 - Dispute over the Classification of Stamps Imported for Printing Purposes Under the Customs Act 1873- J. G. Fleming
1803 - Suggestion for a Rule Governing What Words Shall be Considered Single Words by the Telegraph Department and What Words Shall Incur an Extra Charge- Mr Miller
1805 - Proclamation Defining the Limits of the Wharf at George Town
1806 - Wharfage and Customs at Port Lempriere- Private Port Belonging to the British and Tasmanian Charcoal Iron Company Works
1807 - Forwarded Casualty Report Forms for a Ship Wreck or Damaged Vessel
1812 - Request that a Crate of Crockery Imported for the Wesleyan Church and Sunday School be Admitted Duty Free- J. Stanfield
1813 - Customs Seizure and Return of Doors and Sashes from the Brig "Margaret" Upon Payment of Full Duty, Expenses and Fine
Un-numbered - Note re. Government Tenders- Edward Barnard
T75 - - Costs of Erecting a Light Tower in the West Indies
91 - Placing of a Light on Netherby Point on King Island to Warn Ships- Resolution after the Ship Wreck of the British Admiral
Un-numbered - Financial Contribution from the Victorian Government for the Erection of a Second Lighthouse on King Island
789 - Erection of a Second Light House on King Island- Captain Barnard's Report
91 - Currie Harbour Light House (Second Lighthouse on King Island)
75/621 - Location for the Proposed Second Light House on King Island on the South Side on Currie Harbour
1872 - Currie Harbour Lighthouse and Customs Matters on King Island
1871 - Submission for the Opening of Money Order Offices at Georges Bay, Branxholm, Goulds Country and Bischoff
1780 - Authorisation of Expenditure on Repairs and other Work at the Torquay Jetty- Mersey Marine Board
1868 - Submission for the Opening of a Money Order Office at Burnie, Emu Bay
1869 - Claim for Pilot Dues from the H. M. S. "Victoria"- Launceston marine Board
1865 - Complaint Against the Hamilton Telegraph Office- Dr McDonald
1866 - Increase in Clerk Hamer's Salary to Compensate for the loss of Quarters at Franklin Wharf
1859 - Removal of A Grubb as Sanding Waiter of Customs at Circular Head to Another Police District and Appointment of George Anderson (Stipendiary Magistrate)
1863 - Appointment of John Quinn of the Fingal Police Force to the Position of Tide Waiter at Georges Bay
1864 - Erection of Eddystone Point Light House
1861 - Customs Seizure of Two Packages of Chinese Crackers from the Steamer "Tamar"- Case of Charles Day
1857 - Correspondence re. New Bylaw Passed by the Hobart Marine Board
1858 - Application for a Boat for the Police Service of Spring Bay
1856 - Casualty Report and Enquiry into the Stranding of the Cutter "Venus" at Emu Bay
1855 - Casualty Report and other Correspondence for the Stranding of the Cutter "Pearl" at Cape Portland
1853 - Casualty Report and Correspondence for the Barque "Tsin-Tsin" Stranded at St. Helens
1848 - Deputation to the Government that a Portion of the land Revenue for 1875 be Expended on Improving Road Communication Between Launceston and the East Coast Tin Mines- Messers W. Hart, A. Webster, W. A. Williamson, J. J. Hudson and J. Thompson
1849 - Removal of a Shipment of Wine and Spirits Belonging to the Estate of the Late Henry Hopkins from the Bonded Warehouse- P. O. Fysh and Henry Cook
1852 - Roads- Issue of Government Debentures Under the Waste Lands Act 1870 Section 28
1847 - Request for Drawback on Customs Duty and Supply of Invoices for Same- P. O. Fysh and Co.
1845 - Removal of Kerosene Stores to Hobart W. J. Campbell- Hobart Gas Company
1839 - Request that "Bennett's Disinfecting Fluid" be Admitted Free of Duty- Hatton and Laws
1843 - Complaint Against the Hobart Telegraph Office re. Message Sent to New York- Nathaniel Bennett
1845 - The Kerosene Bond and Store at Hobart- Notices to be Published fro General Information
1838 - Correspondence re. the Fingal Line- Establishment of New Post and Telegraph Offices, Tenders, Appointments and Salaries
1833 - Ouse Telegraph Office- Appointment to Positions and Opening
1834 - Complaint About Customs Duty Charged on a Bale of Wrapping Taper- Burgess and Co. and Complaint About Duty Charged on Paper Cardboard- Davies Brothers
1836 - Query re. Salaries to the Ministers of the Church of Scotland (Presbyterian)- J. M. Lanachan
1830 - Correspondence re. the Telegraph Offices in Richmond, Sorell, Spring Bay, Buckland and Swansea
1828 - Submission to Permit George Brown to Transfer the Auctioneers Licence Held By Him to His Brother-in-Law
1825 - Correspondence re. the Outstanding Claims of Messers Dooley and Oldham for Work on the Mersey Bridge- J. Lobley (Chairman of the Mersey Bridge Promoters)
1828 - Submission for Payment of the Representatives of the Late John Barber for a Purchased Auctioneers Licence
1837 - Reception of Telegraph Messages at Low Head Port- Richard Green
1823 - Casualty Report for the Collision Between the "Tasman" and Free Trader"
1822 - Correspondence re. Casualty Report and Enquiry into the Stranding of the Schooner "Halvinia Maude"
1820 - Customs Seizure and Return of Felt Imported by Messers Richmond and Button Upon Payment of Fine
1821 - Resolution of the Inhabitants of Emu Bay that it be Made a Port of Entry- James Patterson (Chairman of the Committee)
1818 - Formation of the Tasmanian Good Templars Permanent Mutual Benefit Building and Investment Society and Request that it be Exempt from Stamp Duty and Permitted a Reduction in Portage Rates- R Young and G. S. Cronch
1875 - Suggestion for Alterations in the Regulations Covering the Importation of Tobacco- Mr Rumpff
1876 - Restoration of Certificate of Service to George Frederick Goble of Launceston
1877 - Casualty Return and Enquiry into the Ship Wreck of the Schooner "Margaret"
1878 - Request for Remittance of Duty on Silver Salver Imported by the Children's Free Church Congregation- Collegente School
1880 - Submission for the Opening of a Money Order office at Ouse and Appointment of C. Higgins (Postmaster) as Agent
1881 - Repayment of Benjamin Smith of 5 pounds on His Licence Fee for the Falmouth Inn
1883 - Correspondence with Messers Macfarlane Brothers re. Regular Steam Communication Between the Port of Hobart Town and New Zealand
1884 - Application for use of the Government Schooner "Harriett" for the Purpose of Conveying Men and Stores to the Pieman River to Explore the Surrounding Country- J. Johnston (Secretary of the North Coast Prospecting Association)
1886 - Erection of Lighting Towers at Tamar Heads
1888 - Petition from the Residents of Tunbridge for a Telegraph Station
1889 - H. S. Nelson (Customs Officer)- Correspondence Relating to his Retirement
1890 - Applications for Appointment to the Launceston Customs Department and Investigation into the Alleged Fraud of E. C. Dunham (Second Clerk in the Long Room at Launceston)
1891 - Casualty Report and Enquiry into the Stranding of the Cutter "Falcon" on Three Hummock Island
1892 - Refund of Customs Duty to Johnstone and Wilmot Paid on a Cask of Imported Whisky found to be "Leaked Out" on Arrival
1893 - Request for Remuneration to the Launceston Marine Board for an Allotment of Land in the Vicinity of the Port Purchased in 1877
1893 - Request for Remittance of Customs Duty Paid on a Dredge Purchased by the Launceston Marine Board
1893 - Land in St. Johns Street Launceston Purchased for the Erection of Marine Board offices
1893 - Purchase of Land Fronting on the River North Esk from Messers Weedon and Button by the Launceston Marine Board
1893 - Purchase of Land Fronting on the River North Esk from Mr John Fawns by the Launceston Marine Board
1893 - Submission that the Launceston Marine Board be Permitted an Expenditure not Exceeding 1300 pounds for the Purchase of Properties and Construction of a New Wharf and Road Fronting the River North Esk
1893 - Submission that the Launceston Marine Board be Permitted an Expenditure not Exceeding 300 pounds for the Construction of a New Shed on Town Pier
1893 - Request for Permission to Occupy Pig Island in the River Tamar During the Process of Dredging Operations
1893 - Request for the Power to Reclaim Water Frontage- Launceston Marine Board
1893 - Request for Additional Lighters Required for the Harbour Improvements Undertaken by the Launceston Marine Board
1893 - Request from the Launceston Marine Board for an Additional 20000 pounds for harbour Improvement Works
1893 - Request for Remuneration of 3000 pounds for the Purchase of Water Frontage by the Launceston Marine Board
1893 - Correspondence re. Plans for a Proposed Goods Shed on the Launceston Wharfs- Launceston Marine Board
1893 - Submission that the Launceston Marine Board be Permitted an Expenditure not Exceeding 750 pounds for the Purpose of Erecting Certain Buildings Required for the Accommodation of the Board
1893 - Proposal to Remove the Porpoise and Whirlpool Rocks at the Port- Launceston Marine Board
1895 - Request that the Weighbridge Imported by the Tasmanian Charcoal Iron Company be Admitted Free of Duty- T. C. Just (Director)
1896 - Correspondence with the Mersey Marine Board- Wharfage Disputes, Pilotage, Appointments and Salaries and Revenue
1897 - Publication of Bye-Law No. 11- For the Governing and Licensing of Wharf Porters- Papered by the Hobart Marine Board
1899 - Line of Telegraph to Carrick and Appointment as Sarah A. Beck
1916 - Rules and Regulations of the Government Printing Establishment and Petition and Resolutions of a Meeting of the Employees of the Office to Consider the Rules
1916 - Request from the Employees of the Government Printing Office for an Increase in Salary
1916 - Alleged Government Printing Office Attempts to Control the Printers in Private Enterprise and Possible Strike Action- A. J. Smallhorn
1901 - Inspection of Post Offices and Mail Contract Lines on the North West Coast- A. C. Douglas
1902 - Request for Remuneration for Expenses Incurred in Extinguishing a Fire at the Launceston Goal by the Associated Offices Engaged in the Fire Business
1904 - Payment of a Pension from the Hong Kong Government in Tasmania- J. W. Mitchell
1905 - Request that the Government Printing Office Set up in Type an Amendment of "The Building Societies Act 1876"- W. H. Giblin
1906 - Submission for the Increase of the Salary of the Nine Mile Springs Postmistress on Account of the Additional Work in Consequence of the Goldfields
1908 - Correspondence re. E. K. Barnard and J. J. Watt's Report on the Collision of the Ships the "Guiding Star" and the "Starling" in the River Derwent
1909 - Petition From Shipbuilders on the River Mersey Complaining about the Costs of Customs and Requesting that Ship Gear and other Materials for Equipping Vessels be Admitted Duty Free
1912 - Memorandum re. Article Appearing in the Tribune Making Claims Against the Stipendiary Magistrate at Mount Bischoff
1919 - Complaint Against Customs- Duty Charged on a Shipment of Sample Baby Bottles- Messers Hinsby and Calvert
1920 - Complaint Against Customs- Duty Charged on a Theodolite Imported by A. M. McDowall Junior- A. M. McDowall
1921 - Correspondence re. Intercolonial Free Trade
Un-numbered Policing at Thomas Plains
1922 - Memorandum re. Order for Police Enquiry into an Article Printed in the Cornwall Chronicle on 15 January
1923 - Memorandum re. Article Printed in the Tribune on 10 January- Order that the Stipendiary Magistrate at Mount Bischoff be Given the Opportunity to Explain the Charges of Neglect Brought Against Him in the Case of the Rape of a Woman at a Public House
1924 - Complaint Against Customs- Duty Charged on Fifty-two head of Pure Bread Stock- Alfred Harrup
1925 - Request for Drawback of Customs Duty Paid on Hats produced for Export- Mr Bidencope
1926 - Retirement of the Government Printer James Barnard and Applications for Appointment
1927 - Customs Arrangements at Tam O'Shanter Bay- Proclamation of Slate Port as a Port of Clearance
1928 - Appointment of James Delmer as Tide Inspector at Hobart Vice James Harburgh (Deceased)
1929 - Casualty Report and Enquiry into the Wreck of the Ship "City of Foo-chow" on Flinders Island
1930 - Port of Spring Bay- Continuation as a Port of Entry
1932 - Customs Arrangements on the Coast Necessitating Ships Bound for the River Cam to be Taken to Table Cape- Instruction that Such Vessels may Proceed Through Wynyard
1934 - Submission for the Publication and Incorporation into Legislation of the Rules and Regulations Issued by the Board of Trade London as Instructions to Examiners of Merchant Ships Officers
1934 - Submission for the Purchase for Use in the Examination Office of Books Recommended by the Board of Trade (Marine Department) for the Examination of Merchant-Ship Officers
1934 - Submission for the Purchase of Copies of Certificates of Competency for Ships Masters, Mates, Engineers and the Mercantile Marines
1934 - Correspondence re. the Board of Examiners- Appointments, Resignations, Salaries, Certificates of Examination and others
1934 - Board of Trade Alterations to the Examination of Ships Masters and Mates
1934 - Amendment of the Rules Concerning the Examination of Merchant Ships Officers So that Those Who Fail the Examination in the United Kingdom or Another Colony are not Automatically Excluded from Application in Tasmania
1934 - Forwarded to the Board of Examiners- Correspondence from other Colonies and New Zealand re. the Proposed Alteration of the Existing Rules under "The Merchant Ships Officers Examination Act 1874" in Tasmania
1935 - Correspondence re. "The Merchants Ships Offices Examination Act" including Certificates of Competency, Examination results, address of seamen.
1970 - Formation and Findings of a Formal Enquiry into the Loss of the Barque "Abeona" off King Island
1945 - Prosecution of C. Mesner for Violation of the Customs Act (Smuggling)- Seizure of Goods and Imprisonment and Appeal Made by J. Rumpff
1944 - Queries from the Customs Officers at Launceston
1942 - Complaints Against the Telegraph Department- Delay in the Transmission Messages- J. Moris and W. Graham of Swansea
1941 - Printing of Postage Stamps- Retrenchment of Peter O'Conner as Overseer for the Printing and Gumming of Stamps at Hobart
1947 - Report of the Stranding of the Schooner "Jet" Near Circular Head
1935 - Submission for the Opening of a Money Order office at St Marys
1938 - Submission for the Opening of a Post Office at Ruby Flat and Provision for the Salary of the Postmaster
1939 - Report on the Stranding of the Ketch "Flora" Near Little Forester River
1953 - Correspondence re. the Stranding of the Ships the "Maid of Erin" and the "Flying Childers"
1953 Correspondence re. the Wreck of the Barque "Flying Childers" at Port Davey- Captain John McGregor
1951 - Recommendation for the Dismissal of Letter Carrier Lynskey at Hobart Post Office- A. C. Douglas (Secretary)
1952 - Seizure of Goods from T. B. Way and Distribution of Fine to Seizing Officers
1950 - Submission for the Appointment of a Tide Waiter at Ulverstone
1955 - Financing of the Don Bridge and other Works- West Mersey Road Trust
1956 - Enquiry into the Wreck of the Barque "Queen of the Seas" Near Eddystone Point
1960 Complaint Against Customs- Rate of Wharfage Charged on a Shipment of Tea- Joseph Case
1957 Complaint Against Customs- Duty Charged on a Piano Forte- Frederick Hunter
1958 Casualty Report for the Stranding of the Barque "Gratitude" in the River Tamar
1961 Correspondence re. Longford Station- Post and Telegraph Office
1962 Tasmanian Contribution to the Establishment of the Darwin Telegraph Service
1963 Prosecution of George Tait for Breach of the Licensing Act- Reduction of Fine
1965 Request for Remuneration for 5 pounds for Stamps Affixed to His Articles of Legal Clerkship and Unused- W. A. Mackey
1966 Establishment of a Telegraph Office at Geeves Town and Appointment of J. Warburton
1966 Establishment of a Telegraph Offices at Shipwrights Point and Hospital Bay and Appointments to Same
1966 Establishment of a Telegraph Office at Franklin and Appointment of Mr Kennedy
1966 Establishment of a Telegraph Office at Port Cygnet and Appointment of Mrs Hill
1966 Establishment of a Telegraph Office at Kingston and Appointment of Mr Fisher
1966 Establishment of a Telegraph Office at Oyster Cove- Retirement of Mrs Crowther and Appointment of Mrs Pybus
1966 General Correspondence re. Establishment of the Huon Telegraph Line
1966 Establishment of a Telegraph Office at Three Hut Point and Appointment of J. W. Ward
1966 Establishment of a Telegraph Office at Peppermint Bay and Appointment of T. W. Edwards
1966 Establishment of a Telegraph Office at Victoria (Huon) and Appointment of Miss Short
1966 Petition From the Land Holders and Others in the Huon District for a Second Line of Telegraph Running Via Victoria
1966 Construction of a Telegraph Line Between Hobart and Pearsons Point by the Hobart Marine Board for the Benefit of Shipping
1966 Establishment of a Telegraph Office at Hastings
1966 Establishment of Telegraph Offices at Port Esperance and South Port
1967 Request for Remission of Customs Duty on a Fire Reel- C. G. Craft- Tasman Fire Brigade
1968 Correspondence re. Request for Remission of Fine Imposed on George H. White for Breach of the Licensing Act- Mr Gerrand- Solicitor
1971 Payment of a Mauritius Government Pension to Mrs Caroline Evans in Tasmania
1972 Seizure of the Schooner "Excelsior"- Return Upon Payment of Fine and Full Duties and Charges on Cargo
1973 Petition Against the Removal of the Telegraph Signal Stations at Fortescue Bay, Mount Communication and Mount Augustus and Request for their Subsequent Reinstatement
1977 Casualty Report and Enquiry into the Stranding of the Schooner "Lookout" in the Narrows of the River Forth
1976 Request for Remittance of Customs Charges to be Levied on Silver Cups to be Imported for a Forthcoming Agricultural Show- C. E. Davies- Honourable Secretary of the Southern Tasmanian Agricultural and Pastoral Society
1978 Petition from the Inhabitants at Emu Bay for Separate Marine Boards at Emu Bay and Wynyard
1980 Complaint Against the Telegraph Office for Delay in the Transmission of Messages and Shipping Reports- George Fisher
1981 Correspondence re. the Casualty of the Ketch "Ethel Cuthbert"
1982 Submission of Regulations for the Guidance of the Collector of Customs When passing Wine and Spirits for the Use of Her Majesty's Military officers Serving on Full Pay in Tasmania
1984 Request for Remission of Customs Duty on Tobacco Taken Out of the Bonded Warehouse and Found to be Deficient in Weight- W. C. Dawson
1985 Complaint Against Customs- Duty Charged on A package of Meat Dog Biscuits- J. W. Gleadow
1986 Report of Lost Cheques Issued by the Treasury and Request for Duplicates- James Pearce- manager of the Union Bank of Australia
1988 Complaint Against the Telegraph Department- Incorrect Transmission of a Message Addressed to Messers Aikenhead and Balton
1990 Enquiry into the Wreck of the Barque "Queen of the South" on Actaeon Reef
1989 Retirement of Wood from the Customs Department and Transfer of John Whelan (Including Other Applications for Appointment)
1991 Seizure and Return of a Case of Good from Messers Smith and Poole Upon Payment of Fine
1992 Enquiry into the Wreck of the Barque "Isle if France" off Eddystone Point
1993 Enquiry into the Wreck of the Barque "Memento" on Forster's Island
1994 Enquiry into the Wreck of the Brigantine "Zephyr" on Craggy Island Reef in the Bass Strait
1997 Query re. Duty to be Charged on Brownells Twine Persian Matting (Includes Two Samples)- P. O. Fysh and Co.
2000 Submission for Funds from the Supplementary Estimated for the Cost of Erecting a Suitable Shed at Emu Bay for Customs Services
2001 Charge Upon the Marine Board from the Hobart Customs House for Duty and Wharfage on an Importation of Preserved meat Bound for the King Island Light House
2003 Complaint Against Customs- Removal of All Bonded Goods from the Barque "Asia"- Alex McGregor
2004 Miscellaneous Correspondence Under the Title- "Executive Minute Sent to the Auditor"
2005 Query re. The Payment of Debentures Held by the Trustees of Henry Degraves in London
2006 Correspondence re. Complaint Against Customs- Duty Charged on Imported Hay Press- J. Harcourt
2010Enquiry into the Wreck of the Schooner "Martha and Jane" Near Table Cape
2011Correspondence from Dr. Mason of Launceston Recommending a Leave of Absence for Mr Windeatt (Launceston Postmaster)
2012 Navigation on the Pieman River- Queries from the Minister of Lands and Works
2013 Request from the Chairman of the Campbell Town School Board to use the Telegram for Free for School Purposes
2014 Request from Latrobe Road Trust for a Loan of 1500 pounds for Road Repairs
2016 Request from the Hobart Marine Board to Appoint Henry Dawson (Stipendiary Magistrate) as Harbour Master at Georges Bay
2025 Suggestions for the Better maintenance and Construction of the Telegraph Lines of the Colony- James Fincham- Lands and Works Department
2036 Payment of Pension to D. C. Kelsh- Retired Inspector of Distilleries
2038 Unauthorised Landing of 80 Kegs of Blasting Gunpowder at Spring Bay- James Chisholm- Magazine Keeper
2040 Query on Behalf of P. O. Fysh- Rates of Wharfage on Tin Plates and other goods- Mr Packer
2041 Proposal for the Establishment of a Telegraph Office at Bridgewater
2042 Instructions to the Post Office- That Packages Marked "on Public Service" and Addressed to the Houses of Parliament or Clerks of the House From Ministers be Allowed to Pass Free
2043 Correspondence re. Government Pension for Reverend Stone- Minister of St. Andrews
2046 Detention and Return of Goods to J. Clark upon Payment of Duty and Fine and Distribution of the Fine to the Seizing Officer
2050 Memorandum from the Colonial Treasurer to the Government Printer
2052 Detainment of the Steamer "Pioneer" at Launceston due to the Lack of a Certificated Master or Mate Aboard
2053 Proposal for a Kerosene Store at Launceston- J. Bellion
2054 Enquiry into the Stranding of the Steamer "Avon" at the Entrance to the River Tamar
2055 Correspondence re. Forwarding of Papers from Sydney re. George Easton- Bengal Civil Service
2057 Refund of Duty to Dr. J. A. Hardy- Paid on a Invalid Chair Donated to Launceston General Hospital
2058 Lease of Government Land on the Queen's Wharf Launceston to the Tasmanian Steam Navigation Company
2059 Rates for Telegraph Messages and Rates to be Charged on Press Messages for Publication Within the Colony
2060 Payment Options Offered to James Smith for "Eminent and Valuable Services Rendered to the Colony"
2062 Seizure and Return of Goods to O. Romback upon Payment of Duty and Fine and Distribution of Fine to Seizing Officer
2063 Proposal for the Purchase of a "Time Gun" for Launceston
2064 Enquiry into the Collision of the Barques "Shannon" and "Friendship" on the River Derwent
2065 Proposal to Open the Telegraph Offices at Hobart, Launceston and Low Head for an Hour at Midnight
2066 Request for the Return of the Log Book of the "Lorna Doone" Held By the Supreme Court as Evidence Against Peter Duncan (Mate of the Vessel) Charged With Manslaughter- Board of Trade (Marine Department) Whitehall Gardens
2069 Request for an Enquiry into His Dismissal from the Telegraph Office- D. H. Kelly
2072 Report of the Stranding of the Schooner "Dianella" on a Reef of Rocks in the Duck River
2073 Submission that Salaried Officers of the Government Shall not be Entitled to any Fees or Costs for Services Rendered in Enquiries or Formal Investigations Held Under "The Enquiry into Wrecks Act 1874"
2074 Opinion of the Marine Board as to the Inadequacy of the Charts of Tasmania
2075 Enquiry into the Stranding of the Ketch "Ruby" at Georges Bay and the River Tamar
2076 Application for a Licence for a Salmon Net- W. G. Weaver
2078 Report on the Wreck of the Ketch "Peerless" on King Island
2079 Correspondence re. the West Coast Marine Survey
2080 Enquiry into the Stranding of S. S. "Mangana" Near Little Swan Island and Suspension of Captain Saunders' Certificate
2081 Correspondence re. Charge Against H. M. Hull(Clerk of the House of Assembly) Made By J. W. Kirwan
2082 Report of Seizure of One Bag of Fat from the Steamer "Ringarooma"- Mr Bateman
2083 Postal and Telegraphic Services at Elizabeth Town
2084 Goods Arriving Aboard the "Lufra"- Charge of Attempting to Defraud the Revenue by Evading Duty on Barrels of Soda Water Imported by A. McGregor
2086 Enquiry into the Stranding of the Schooner "Laurel"
2087 Correspondence re. Customs at Emu Bay- Appointments and Salaries, Declaration as a Port of Entry and Staff Transfers
2089 Correspondence re. Casualty Return for the Cutter "North Star" Floundered Near Native Point on the River Tamar
2090 Submission for the Payment of the Chief District Constable at Three Hut Point of 1 pound for Each Vessel Cleared and Entered by Him During January, February and March
2091 Request for the Assistance of the Hobart Marine Board from the Crew of the Barque "Emily Downing"- Crew Unwilling to Sail in the Ship's Present Condition- John Jackson (Foremost Hand)
2092 Correspondence from James Barnard Denying Claims Made in the Mercury Newspaper About the Operations of the Government Printer
2093 Correspondence re. Financing the Proposed Town Hall at Oatlands- The Council Clerk Oatlands
2094 Request from the Public Library, Museums and National Gallery of Victoria for Tasmanian Government Papers- Henry Sheffield
2096 Resignation of Richard Hill as Mail Guard Due to Failing Health and Case for Compensation
2097 Request for a Reduction in the Public House Licence Fee for Mayne's Hotel at Boat Harbour- Arthur Mayne
2090 Establishment of a Money Order Office at Shipwrights Point
2101 Loss of a Small Consignment of Kangaroo Leather Belonging to the McGowan Brothers of Richmond
2102 Correspondence re. Casualty Return for the Wreck of the Barque "Cito" on Cape Barren Island
2103 Complaint Against Customs- Duty Charged on Import of Grey Calico Bags (Sample Included)- E. Hopkins
2104 Complaint Against Customs- Duty Charged on a Case Containing Hemp and other Goods- J. Harcourt
2105 Correspondence re. the Hobart Marine Board and the Squares on the New Wharf
2107 Petition from John White Tobacconist at Hobart Requesting that His Import of Vanity Fair Cigarettes be Passed for Duty as Tobacco Rather than as Cigars
2108 Regaining Goods Imported from London from the Bonded Warehouse at Launceston- Macfarlane Brothers
2110 Casualty Report and Enquiry into the Loss of the Schooner "Bright Planet" to Fire at Port Davey and Subsequent Loss of Captain John Carter's Certificate of Competency
2111 Request that Lamps Imported from Victoria for the Church at Swansea be Admitted Duty Free- Alfred William Smith
2117 Sale of 65000 pounds of Government Debentures to the Consolidated Bank in London and the Operation of the Debenture System in Tasmania
2118 The Postal Convention Between the Colonial Government of Tasmania and the United States of America
2119 Goods Seized From the Ship " Isabel" and Their Return Upon Payment of Full Duties and Fine and Distribution of Seizing Officers
2120 Enquiry into the Stranding of the Schooner "Windward" on Three Hummock Island
2123 Applications for Licences for the Carriage by Sea of Native Labourers (Kanakas) and Bond Entered into Under "The Kidnapping Act 1872"- Joseph Murdoch Master of the Barque "Don Diego" and George Webster and Kund Herman Sonne of the Barque "Delmira"
2124 Request for Refund of Customs Duty on Carriage Returned from Sydney- Mr and Mrs Smith Travers
2125 Correspondence re. Casualty Report on the Stranding of the Schooner "Olive" on Garden Island in the River Tamar
2126 Enquiry into the Stranding of the Barque "Lady Emma" Mastered by Henry Bowden on Actaeon Reef
2127 Enquiry into the Grounding of the Whaling Brig "Louisa" at Port Davey
2128 Discontinuation of the Government Subsidy of the Mount Nelson Signal Station
2130 Application from the Editor of the Evening Star Newspaper for a Share of the Government Advertisements- Thomas M. Shevill
2131 Sale of the Schooner "Harvest" to W. S. Verrin- Registration and Renaming
2135 Casualty Report for Unnamed Vessel Forwarded to the Colonial Treasurer
2136 Request for Remission of Customs Duties on Household Furniture- Captain Stanley Royal Navy
2137 Casualty Report for the Wreck of the Schooner "Olive" near Emu Bay
2138 Payment of Stamp Duties- Mr Barclay of The Commercial Bank
2139 Expression of Opposing Sentiments to the Proposed Appointment of Mr Tarleton as Master Warden of the Hobart Marine Board- E. M. Fisher and others
2141 Correspondence and others re. "The Beer Duty Act 1880"
2141 Regulations Concerning and Applications for Wholesale Licences
2142 Request for Refund of Duty on an Imported Silver Cup for a Forthcoming Country Meeting- Tasmanian Turf Club
2143 Correspondence re. the Proposed New Norfolk, Hamilton and Bothwell Railway
2146 Distribution of the Proceeds from the Sale of Tobacco Seized from the S. S. "Esk"
2147 Payment of Fees to the British and Foreign Marine Insurance Company- Mr Wagg manager of The Tasmanian Wool Growers Agency Company
2147 Charles Mitchell- Collector- Authorisation for the Commissioner of Taxes to Collect Duties by Companies Payable Under "The Real and Personal Estates Duties Amendment Act"
2147 Treasurer's Reply to Mr Murray re. "The Real Estate Act 1880" and the Collection of Duties from Companies
2147 Correspondence re. Collection of Duties from Various Companies
2147 Correspondence re. Duty Payable by Linger Company
2147 Dividend Duties Under "The Real and Personal Estates Duties Act"- Correspondence with Various Companies and Operation of the Act
2147 Dividend Duties Under "The Real and Personal Estates Duties Act"- J. H. Geddes and Company (The Pastoral Finance Association Ltd.)
2147 Dividend Duties Under "The Real and Personal Estates Duties Act"- W. Stackhouse- Victoria Insurance Company
2147 Dividend Duties Under "The Real and Personal Estates Duties Act"- The Royal Insurance Company
2147 Dividend Duties Under "The Real and Personal Estates Duties Act"- C. J. Fose and W. T. Barber (Agents to Various Firms)
2147 Dividend Duties Under "The Real and Personal Estates Duties Act"- E. Taylor and Company
2147 Dividend Duties Under "The Real and Personal Estates Duties Act"- The Merchant Marine Insurance Company
2147 Dividend Duties Under "The Real and Personal Estates Duties Act"- Table Cape Butter and Bacon Factory
2147 Dividend Duties Under "The Real and Personal Estates Duties Act"- The Mutual Fire Insurance Company
2147 Dividend Duties Under "The Real and Personal Estates Duties Act"- C. V. Ellis
2147 Dividend Duties Under "The Real and Personal Estates Duties Act"- The Phoenix Fire Office
2147 Dividend Duties Under "The Real and Personal Estates Duties Act"- C. Piesse and Company (Agent for The Verein Hamburger Assecuradeure)
2147 Dividend Duties Under "The Real and Personal Estates Duties Act"- Elinon Steam Ship Company of New Zealand
2147 Dividend Duties Under "The Real and Personal Estates Duties Act"- Frederick Proctor
2147 Dividend Duties Under "The Real and Personal Estates Duties Act"- Latrobe Gas Company
2147 Dividend Duties Under "The Real and Personal Estates Duties Act"- Tasmanian Fire Insurance Company
2147 Dividend Duties Under "The Real and Personal Estates Duties Act"- A. E. Evershed- Fire or Plate Glass Insurance Company
2147 Dividend Duties Under "The Real and Personal Estates Duties Act"- Latrobe Gas Company
2147 Dividend Duties Under "The Real and Personal Estates Duties Act"- The Fire and Marine Underwriters' Association of Launceston
2147 Dividend Duties Under "The Real and Personal Estates Duties Act"- The Tasmanian Wool Growers Agency Company re. The Straits Insurance Company
2147 Dividend Duties Under "The Real and Personal Estates Duties Act"- The Union Bank
2147 Dividend Duties Under "The Real and Personal Estates Duties Act"- The Kentish Threshing Company
2147 Dividend Duties Under "The Real and Personal Estates Duties Act"- Macfarlane Brothers and Company re. the North Queensland Insurance Company
2147 Dividend Duties Under "The Real and Personal Estates Duties Act"- W. S. Southwell re. the Phoenix Fire Company
2147 Dividend Duties Under "The Real and Personal Estates Duties Act"- John Roberts re. Explanation of the Act
2147 Dividend Duties Under "The Real and Personal Estates Duties Act"- Keith Ritchie re. The Cream Creek Tin Mining Company
2147 Dividend Duties Under "The Real and Personal Estates Duties Act"- Bank of Australasia
2147 Dividend Duties Under "The Real and Personal Estates Duties Act"- Standard Life Assurance Company
2147 Dividend Duties Under "The Real and Personal Estates Duties Act"- The Phoenix Fire Insurance Company re. Tax
2147 Dividend Duties Under "The Real and Personal Estates Duties Act"- Adye Douglas- Proceedings and Valuations
2147 Dividend Duties Under "The Real and Personal Estates Duties Act"- John Sly re. Equitable Life Association Company Insurance
2147 Dividend Duties Under "The Real and Personal Estates Duties Act"- R. Rogers and Son- Metropolitan Company
2147 Position as Commissioner of the Real Estates Department- S. Henry
2148 Miscellaneous Correspondence re. Stamp Duties
2150 Complaint Against Customs- Duty Charged on Elastic- Lazarus Levy
2153 Correspondence re. the Wreck of the Barque "Seashell" on the Coast of New Caledonia
2154 Appointment of Thomas Bryan as Messenger of Public Buildings and Provision of Quarters
2156 Loss of the Ship "Knowsley Hall" and Proposed Search of the Crozet Islands
2157 Correspondence re. the Landing of Tasmanian Steam Navigation Company Vessels and Arrangements with Customs
2151 "The City of Hobart Town Loans Consolidation Act 1880"
2159 Forwarded Casualty Report for Unnamed Vessel
( to be found between numbers 2159 & 2160 ) Correspondence re. Request that 300 pounds May be Placed on the Estimates for the Maintenance of Public Parks and Squares in Launceston- A. Hanap
2160 Enquiry into the Stranding of the Whaling Barque "Offley" in D'Entrecasteaux Channel
2162 Request for Remission of Wharfage Rates upon the Cargo of the Barque "Nevada"- Dalgety and Moore
2163 Complaint Against Customs- Levying of Tasmanian Duties onto of Victorian Duties- Fanslly and Stewart
2165 Complaint Against Customs- Duties Charged on Paper- Davies Brothers- The Mercury and Tasmanian Mail Offices
2166 Correspondence re. Casualty Report for the Barque "Nevada"
2168 Correspondence re. Casualty Report for a Leak Aboard the Steamer "Argyle" While Lying at Stewart's Wharf on the River Mersey
2169 Request that 300 pounds be Placed on the Estimates for the Maintenance of the Public Parks and Squares in Launceston for the Year 1881- A. Harrup (Acting Mayor)
2170 Enquiry into the Stranding of the Brig "Waverley" at the River Don
2171 Query re. Duty Charged on Uncut Paper for Printing (Sample Included)- Stephenson and Son
2172 Casualty Return for the Stranding of the Brigantine "Yarra" at the River Forth
2173 Correspondence re. the Transfer of George Friend from the Customs to the Treasury Department
2174 Charge of Falsifying the Accounts Levelled at Hopton Scott- Clerk at the Audit Department
2175 Case of Smuggling and Seizure of Tobacco From the S. S. "Mangana"
2177 Enquiry into the Stranding of the Ketch "Harry Wood" on North Point Reef
2179 Enquiry into the Stranding of the Schooner "Gippslander" in the River Blythe at Emu Bay
2180 Proposed Government Purchase of Land in Davey Street Hobart Belonging to Mr Hookey
2181 Allocation of Funds to the Hobart Marine Board for the Improvement and Repair of the Pilot Station at Pearson's Point
2182 Proposed Government Purchase for 1000 pounds of a Property in Brisbane Street Hobart Adjoining Her Majesty's Goal and Belonging to W. H. Cheverton
2183 Request for Remittance of Customs Duty on a Silver Cup Won in Melbourne by the Launceston Volunteer Artillery
2184 Postal Conference of 1883 (Sydney)- Minutes, Resolutions and Papers and Correspondence Relating to the Postal and Telegraphic Systems
2184 Correspondence re. Tasmania's Entry into the Postal Union
2184 Suggestion that the Post Office Department Should Send Direct Mails to Hobart by the Monthly Shaw Savill and Albion Company on the Line from Plymouth to New Zealand- The Postmaster General at Hobart
2184 Intercolonial Postage Rates, Post Cards- Intercolonial and English
2184 Postal Union Conference in Lisbon 1885 and Publication- "A Brief Account of the Formation of the Universal Postal Union"
2184 Mail Service Between Launceston and Melbourne and Proposal of the Victorian Government that other Colonies Contribute to its Subsidisation
2184 Intercolonial Agreement re. Postal Services
2185 Enquiry into the Stranding of the Schooner "Rachel Cohen" off Circular Head
2186 Granting Discharged Seamen a Duplicate Letter of their Service re. Communication from the Superintendent of the Victorian Mercantile Marine
2187 Enquiry into the Stranding of the Schooner "Louisa" on Bobbin's Island
2188 Enquiry into the Wreck of the Ketch "Joan" on the Mouth of the River Forth
2190 Casualty Report and Prosecution for Breach of the Customs Act of the Steam Ship "Rosedale" Stranded at Stewart's Wharf on the River Mersey
2191 Application for Compensation for Injuries Received While Matron of the New Norfolk Hospital- Gertrude Kenny
2192 Complaint re. Duty Charged on Leaf Tobacco re. the Opening of a Tobacco Manufactory in Hobart- Messers B. Nathan and Sons
2193 Change of Name of Hobart Town to Hobart and Alteration of the Title of the Gazette- James Barnard
2194 Request for Refund of Duty Charged on a Banner Received by the Launceston Friendly Society- George Brown (Secretary)
2197 Miscellaneous Correspondence and Others re. The Board of Tenders
2198 Enquiry into the Grounding of the Ship "Wagoola" off Rosny Point
2199 Proclamation Under "The Post Office Act 1869" re. The Intercolonial Postal Agreement and Introduction of Standard Postage Rate- Sir John Henry Lefroy
2200 Rules and Regulations of the Government Printing Establishment Tasmania Re. Communication from Henry T. C. Cox
2201 Correspondence re. the Prosecution of Samuel Weir (Licensed Victualler) of Hobart Town for Breach of the Customs Act
2203 Request from Masters and Agents of London Trading Vessels for Permission to Issue an Allowance of Tobacco to their Crew- F. H. Hurburgh, J. A. Rogers, Macfarlane Brothers and others
2204 Correspondence re. Performances for Money in a Church in Launceston and Infringement of the Police Act
2207 Enquiry into the Wreck of the Ketch "St Helens" on the Black Reef
2209 Correspondence re. Casualty Reports for the Stranding of the Ketch "Little Maud" at Emu Bay and the Cutter "Mountain Maid" off the Black Reef
2208 Enquiry into the Stranding of the Schooner "Favor" at King Island
2212 Beaconsfield Post and Telegraph Office- Establishment, Appointments, Application for Leave of Absence and others
2216 The Telephone System- Operation, Legislation, Regulations and others
2217 Request that Goods Passing through Customs in Connection With a Fine Art Exhibition and "Fancy Fair" to be Held at the Hobart Town Hall to Raise Funds for the Building of St. Marys Cathedral be Exempt from Duty- Reverend Father Bechinar
2218 Request for Reports on the Gold Fields and Tin Mining Districts of Tasmania- Mr Ritchies
2223 Correspondence re. Casualty Report for the Paddle Steamer "Murray" at the Entrance of the River Inglis
2224 Request from the Launceston Marine Board for 5000 pounds for the Purpose of Improving the Harbour and River Tamar
2225 Enquiry into the Wreck of the S. S. "Tasman" in the River Derwent
2226 Correspondence re. Casualty Report for the Foundering of the Cutter "Star of the Tamar" at Anchor off Table Cape
Preliminary Enquiry into the Sinking of the Cutter "Victoria" at Long Bay
2227 Correspondence re. the Loss of and Search for the Barque "Cumbria"
2228 Correspondence re. Proposed Fingal Railway
2230 Correspondence re. Circular Letter re. the Proposed Route and Possible Visit to Hobart of the Detached Squadron Under Rear Admiral the Earl of Clanwilliam C. B.
2232 Proposed Establishment of Factories in Tasmania for Trapping and Preserving Rabbits and Hares (Tinned Rabbits)- McCall and Company London
2233 Petition from Residents for the Extension of the Telegraph to St. Leonards and Subsequent Appointments
2231 (3 files in all ) Preliminary Enquiry into the Loss of the Brigantine "Amy Robsart" on the West Coast
2234 (3 files in all ) Enquiry into the Stranding of the Brigantine " Amy Robsart" at the Entrance of the River Don
2235 Enquiry into the Death of George W. Thomas First Mate of the Barque "Harriet McGregor"
2236 Correspondence re. Casualty Report for the Stranding of the Schooner "Dawn of Hope" on the East Bank of the River Forth
2240 Costs of Running Two Miles of Cable from Hobart to Kangaroo Point for the Telegraph- W. Warren- Manager of the Australasia and China Telegraph Company
2241 Claim Made for the Estate of Robert Fildes by Ellen Dann His Widow- Including Statutory Declaration, Marriage Certificate and other Documentation
2242 Proclamation of Macquarie Harbour as a Port of Entry
2242 Correspondence re. Customs Activities at Macquarie Harbour- Petition from Directors of West Coast Tin Mines for its Declaration as a Port of Entry and Clearance, Report on the Harbour, Maintenance of Leading Beacons and Buoys and others
2244 Intercolonial Conference Sydney 1881- Tasmanian Correspondence on Various Topics
2245 Correspondence re. Recovery of the Costs of Maintenance of Distressed Seamen from the "Derwent Hunter" and the "Sea Shell"
2246 Publication of Dispatch from the Government of Fiji Respecting Ports of Entry in that Colony
2247 Enquiry into the stranding of the Ketch "Strathmore" near Circular Head
2248 Correspondence re. the Dismasting of the Schooner "Eveline" of Circular Head
2249 Seizure and Return of Goods Imported by Edward Ash and Son Upon Payment of Full Customs Duty and Fine
2250 Complaint Against Customs re. Invoice Received from the Official Assignee in the Estate of John Pell and Company Birmingham for Two Crates of Crockery and the Correct Duty to be Levied on them- Messers Ashby and Company
2251 Amendment of the Laws Relating to Navigation
2252 Preliminary Enquiry into the Wreck of the Cutter "Venus" Approaching Tamar Heads
2253 Complaint Against Mr Watt as Collector of Customs- F. B. Manning and Petition for the Granting of F. B. Manning's Application for a Licence to Act as a Custom House Agent at Hobart
2254 Enquiry into the Wreck of the Steamer "Athletic" in the Channel Between Foster Islands and the Mainland of Tasmania
2255 Customs Handling of Stores Aboard the Barque "Derwent Hunter" on the Slip for Repairs at Hobart- Messers McGregor and Company
2256 Correspondence re. "The Public Debts Sinking Fund Act 1881" and its Operation and Activities
2260 Query re. Trademark Regulations in Tasmania- Messers Congrave and Collison- Licensed Land Brokers in Adelaide
2261 Enquiry into the Stranding of the Steamer "Sarah" at Low Head
2265 Request for Refund of Duty Paid on Pictures Taken by Mr Hobkins (Agent) of Launceston- Sergeant Sleigh M. H. A.
2266 Correspondence re. Customs Trade Discounts
2267 Complaint Against Customs- Introduction of Overtime Regulations for Landing Waiters- J. M. Campbell and J. R. Bateman
2268 Request for Remission of Customs Duty Charged on Oil Paintings Imported for a "Distribution"- Thomas Phillips
2269 Complaint Against Seamen of Her Majesty's Ships Selling Navy Serge and Drill to the People of Hobart to the Detriment of Local Tradesmen- J. Overell
2270 Correspondence re. Proposed Alterations in the Mining Regulations- J. S. Dodds
2274 Request for Remittance of Customs Duty on a Steam Crane Imported by the Hobart Marine Board
2275 Request for Remission of Customs Duty on a Box of Church Goods Imported from England- Messers John Dixon, Thomas Cooper and others- Warders of Trinity Church Beaconsfield
2276 Correspondence re. The Royal Meteorological Society in Tasmania- Including Reports, Accommodation in the Disused Barracks at Hobart, the Longitude of Australian Cities and others
2276 Correspondence re. Dismissal of A. B. Biggs from the Office of the Meteorological Observer at Launceston
Correspondence (file No. 2276 ) re. Use of a "Time Ball" at Hobart to be Dropped at 1 O'clock for the Benefit of Giving Mariners and Residents an Accurate Time Gauge- The Meteorological Observer
2276 (3081) Appointment of H. C. Kingsmill as Meteorological Observer in Launceston
2276 J. W. Gould's Services at the Meteorological Department Dispensed With
2276 Transfer of Ministerial Control of the Meteorological Department to the Chief Secretary
2277 Position of Meteorological Observer and Examiner in Navigation After the Death of Captain Short- Proposed Abolition of the Position
2278 Correspondence re. the Post Office Savings Bank Accounts- Including Returns for 1882 and 1884
2280 Request for Payment of Government Accounts for Advertising for the Land and Works Department (Office of Stores) and Gas Supplied to Various Government Departments in Launceston (Gas Company Office)
2281 Correspondence re. the Customs Department- Applications and Appointments, Salaries, Retirements, Suspension of Mr Hardridge (Chief Clerk at Launceston) for a Deficiency in His Accounts and others
2283 Sale of Goods Seized at Launceston from Mr Heath for Breach of the Customs Act- Distribution of Proceeds
2284 Correspondence re. Enquiry into the Stranding of the Barque "Jules Marie" of Nantes at the River Tamar
2285 Request from the Union Bank of Australia for a Share of the Tasmanian Government Banking Business
2288 Casualty Report Sent to the Board of Trade London re. the Stranding and Wreck of the Brigantine "Swordfish" off the Tasmanian Coast
2289 Compliant Against Customs- Accuracy of Weigh Bridge in Use at Launceston re. Imported Sugar- Dalgety and Moore
2290 Deficiency in Hobart Public Hospital Accounts Managed by Mr Ventry
2291 Watches Seized by Customs from J. Wilson (Watchmaker) Valued at 146 pounds- Sale of Goods and Distribution of Proceeds
2291 Correspondence re. the Case Against J. Wilson for Smuggling- Including Petition from Tradesmen of Hobart Asserting His Innocence
2293 Report on the Stranding of the Ketch "Gertrude" off the East Coast
2295 Sale of the Barque "Grassmere" to Mr Blair of Melbourne and Transfer of Registration- Messers Dalgety Moore and Company
2296 Memorandum re. the Casualty of and Registration for the Schooner "Enterprise"
2297 Preliminary Enquiry into the Stranding of the Barque "Victoria" at Waterhouse Island
2299 Petition for the Establishment of a Telegraph Station at Jericho
3000 Complaint Against Customs for "Interruptions in the Public Business at the Customs House" and Hours of Attendance for Landing Waiters
3002 Enquiry into the Stranding of the Barque "Stag" off the Tasmanian Coast
3003 Preliminary Enquiry into the Casualty of the S. S. "Richmond" at the River Tamar
3004 Correspondence re. Complaint Against Henry Macpherson a Hunter Residing on King Island- The Master Warder of the Hobart Marine Board
3007 Correspondence re. Cheque for 1124-18-6 pounds Drawn for the Payment of the Surveyor General by H. J. Hall (Deputy Commissioner of Crown Lands)
3008 Request to be Relieved from the Position of Registrar of Trade Marks- T. T. Watt (Collector of Customs Hobart)
3009 Application for the Position of Inspector of Accounts in the Audit Department- Henry L. D'Emden
3010 Loss of Fishery Book- Tasman Island and Payment Agreement for the Services of Mr Watchorn
3011 Correspondence re. Importations of Tea (Including Analysis) and Dynamite and Appointment of Henry Westbrook as Inspector of Foods and Drugs
3012 Correspondence re. Telegraph Services- Construction of North East Coast Line and Connection of Swan Island With the Main Line
3013 Request for Information on the Commercial System of Tasmania- E. Greville- The Almanac of Australia
3014 Correspondence re. Request for a Suitable Boat to be Provided at Port Frederick for the Assistance of Ships in Distress
3015 Preliminary Enquiry into the Burning of the Barque "Thames" by an Ignition of Lime
3016 Application for Leave of Absence- T. T. Watt- Collector of Customs at Hobart
3017 Complaint Against Customs and Request for Remission of Duty on Imported Headstone for Son's Grave- William Law
3018 Preliminary Enquiry into the Stranding of the Schooner "Leonidas" on East Bay Beach
3020 Preliminary Enquiry into the Wreck of the Ketch "Elizabeth" on Cape Barren Island
3021 Preliminary Enquiry into the Casualty of the S. S. "Southern Cross" Striking a Rock off Swan Island
3022 Request for Exemption of Empty Glass Bottles Landing from Melbourne from Duty- A. G. Webster and Son
3023 Use of the Boat and Crew Belonging to the Hobart Marine Board by H. A. Westbrook Now Employed as an Officer of Her Majesties Customs- E. M. Fisher- Acting Master Warden
3024 Request for Permission to Grant Henry Williams (A Distressed British Seaman) a Passage to England- George Hawthorn- Shipping Master
3025 Extension of the Railway from Westbury Railway Station to the Township- Daniel Banks
3026 Request to Revalue Goods Placed in the Customs Bond- Messers Green and Company
3027 Request to Erect a Cable Fitted to the Telegraph Posts for an Electric Light Plant to be Erected for the Tasmanian Juvenile Industrial Exhibition and Importation of Exhibits Duty Free
3028 By-Law No. 15- To Regulate and Determine the Rates of Pilotage and Fees for Services by the Harbour Master
3030 Purchase of Buildings at Alberton Mount Victoria for the Post and Telegraph Office- Submission from the Minister of Lands and Works and Extension of the North-Eastern Line of Telegraph
3031 Correspondence re. The Brig "Louisa" of Hobart- Reported Missing
3032 Request for Remission of Customs Duty Charged on Pumping Machinery Imported by the Esk Tin Mining Company- Alfred B. Wilson
3033 ( 2 files ) Enquiry into the Wreck of the Barque "Notero" off the Tasmanian Coast and Subsequent Re-registration at Launceston
3034 Transfer of Roadway Fronting the Boat Harbour at Hobart to the Marine Board
3035 Permits for Claiming Goods from Customs- W. H. Burgess (Agent)
3037 Request that Quarters for Employees Occupied by the Police Department be Transferred to the Marine Board- E. M. Fisher
3038 Hobart Marine Board By-Laws No. 13 and 14- Wharfage Rates and Carrying Capacity of Ferries and Steamships for Hire on the Derwent River
3040 Enquiry into the Collision of the Steamship "Esk" and Ketch "May Queen" off the Tasmanian Coast
3041 Preliminary Enquiry into the Grounding of the Steamer "Corinna" at the River Tamar
3042 Enquiry into the Wreck of the Barque "Asterope" off Tamar Heads
3044 Correspondence re. Distribution of 30 pound fine Resulting from the Conviction of David Barnett Master of the S.S. "Rook"
3045 Board of Enquiry Investigation into the Colonial Storekeepers' Department and Appointments to the Board and the Department
3046 Erection of a Sailors' Home at Hobart- Location, Funding and Elections to the Board
3047 Preliminary Enquiry into the Stranding of the Steamer "Dorset" at Bridport
3048 Preliminary Enquiry into the Wreck of the Ketch "Starling" at Bicheno
3049 Preliminary Enquiry into the Wreck of the Ketch "Nil Desperandum" on Waterhouse Island
3050 Preliminary Enquiry into the Stranding of the Schooner "Cygnet" at the River Forth
3051 Enquiry into the Stranding and Subsequent Abandonment of the Schooner "Agnes Wilson" on the Bar of the River Mersey
3052 Enquiry into the Wreck of the Schooner "Helen Marquis" at the River Don
3053 Request for Remission of Customs Duty on Imported Casks of Cement- John Hamilton and Company
3057 Correspondence re. the Tunnack Line of Telegraph
3058 Request for Payment for Maintenance of the Telegraph Line- A. Johnston
3059 Correspondence re. the Report on the Search for Unknowns Danger Near the Black Reef Responsible for the Wreck of the Brig "Fairy Rock"- Lieutenant Commander Ross of Her Majesty's Ship the "Raven" (Includes Enquiry for the Wreck of the "Fairy Rock")
3060 Preliminary Enquiry into the Stranding of the Brigantine "Swordfish" at the River Leven
3061 Preliminary Enquiry into the Foundering of the Ketch "Rose" near Three Hut Point
3062 Erection of a Third Telegraph Wire Between Hobart and Launceston
3063 Request for an Interview with the Treasurer re. the Promised Remission of Customs Duty on Machinery Imported for the Mills in Hobart- Messers D. Johnstone and Burgess
3064 Request for Remission of Customs Duty on Articles Required for the Manufacture of Tobacco and Cigars - Messers Ah Catt and Company (Includes Reports on Tobacco Manufacturing in Tasmania)
3065 Request for Drawback on Customs Duty Charged for Importation of Hops for Mr Glenwright (Brewer of Launceston)- Luke, Williams and Company
3069 Request for Repeal of Act 21 Vict. No. 15:51 re. the Conveyance of Livestock from New South Wales by the Tasmanian Steam Navigation Company- Mr Lovett (Manager)
3068 Request for Refund of Customs Duty Paid on Imported Samples of Goods- F. Primavesi and Sons (London)
3066 Request for Remission of Duty on Engines for a Steamboat Under Construction in Light of the Government's Intention to Abolish Duty Levied Upon Machinery in January 1884- R. A. Hall
3071 Request for Refund of Customs Duty on an Imported Organ- George Schofield
3072 Request for Reports of the Sightings of the Cutter "Neva"- Queensland Chief Secretary
3073 Enquiry into the Stranding of the Schooner "Florence" at the Montagu River
3074 Correspondence re. Deputation to the Treasurer re. Customs Duties Levied on Cornsacks and Tea- Messers Dalgety and Moore
3075 Request for Drawback of Customs Duty Levied on Articles Used in the Construction of the Deloraine and Mersey Railway- Alex Webster (Merchant)
3076 Correspondence and Legislation re. Private Warehouses and Bonded Stores
3077 Preliminary Enquiry into the Stranding of the Ketch "Penguin" at Emu Bay
3078 Seizure by Customs of Perfumed Sprits Imported by G. and J. Salier
3081 Correspondence re. the Firing of the Time Gun at Hobart at 1 p.m Daily
3082 Enquiry into the Wreck of the S. S. "Tasman" Between the Hippolyte Rocks off the Coast of Tasmania
3087 Deputation of Bootmakers to the Treasurer and List of Boot and Shoemaking Articles Submitted for Exemption from Duty- Edward Bones
3088 Preliminary Enquiry into the Stranding of the Ketch "Secret" at the River Forth
3089 Information to be Published in the Official Australian Directory 1876 re. Pilot Service for the River Derwent
3092 Preliminary Enquiry into the Wreck of the Ketch "War Hawk" near Rocky Cape
3093 Correspondence re. Admittance of "Little's Sheep Dip" Free of Customs Duty (in Adelaide and Tasmania)
3096 Request for Drawback on Two Lots of Hops Shipped to Messers Glenwright and Boag and Messers Irvine and McEachern in Launceston- Messers Lange and Thonemen
3097Drawback of Customs Duty on the Samples of Commercial Travellers- Edward Mulcahy
3097 Drawback of Customs Duty on Articles Imported for the Deloraine- Mersey Railway- Messers Fergus and Blan (Contractors) (Includes Drawback Regulations)
3097 Request for Drawback of Customs Duty on a Carriage Imported for Ellis Newton
3098 Preliminary Enquiry into the Loss of the Ketch "Florence Elliot" at the River Cam
3099 Customs Seizure and Return of Spirits of Wine to Mr Drake (Chemist in Hobart) Upon Payment of Duty and Fine
3100 Request to be Inserted in the Commission of the Peace- J. H. Campbell- Collector of Customs at Launceston
3101 Submission that the Wharfage Rates for the Hobart and Launceston Ports be Assimilated
3102 Request for Remission of Customs Duty on Building Materials Imported for the New Church of St. Georges at Emu Bay- Mr Murray- Secretary of the St. Georges Church Building Committee
3103 Submission that Gazette Notices Drafted by the Hobart Marine Board be Approved by the Treasury
3104 Correspondence re. the Board of Trade London Enquiry re. the Barque "Planter" Putting into Spring Bay Leaky
3105 Enquiry as to Whether Spikes Imported for the Extension of Launceston Port are to be Admitted Free of Customs Duties- N. H. Fletcher
3106 Petition from Residents in and Near Margate (Mostly Fruit Growers) for the Erection of a Telegraph Office in the Post Office
3109 Preliminary Enquiry into the Stranding of the Steamer "Warrentinna"
3110 Request that Two Telephones Imported for John Bisdee as "Scientific Instruments" be Admitted Free of Customs Duty- A. G. Webster and Son
3111 Correspondence re. a Direct Steam Ship Service Between Hobart, Launceston and London on a Vessel Belonging to the Orient Steam Navigation Company- Macfarlane Brothers and Company (Representatives)
3111 Agreement Between the Shaw Savill and Albion Company of London and the Tasmanian Government for a Monthly Mail Service Between Hobart and Plymouth
3112 Request that Certain Items Required for the Manufacture of Bricks, Pottery and others be Admitted Fee of Customs Duty- J. Waller- Newtown Brick and Pottery Company
3113Preliminary Enquiry into the Stranding of the Schooner "Orson" at Table Cape
3114 Request for Payment of the Interest on 2500 pounds of Launceston Corporation Debentures- Mr Toosey
3115 Correspondence with the Steamship Owners Association of Australasia
3116 Erection of the Evandale- Lymington Telegraph Line
3117 Correspondence re. the Payment of Road Rates by the Low Head Light House Head Keeper
3118 Correspondence re. The Maintenance of Lighthouses in the Banks and Bass Straits (Including Swan Island) and Financial Contribution to Same from Other Colonies- Conference Held in Hobart April 1894
3120 Correspondence with the Launceston Marine Board re. Disposal of the Tug "Tamar" the Purchase of a New Steam Tug Boat
3123Preliminary Enquiry into the Stranding of the Schooner "Nowra"
3122 Extension of the Telegraph Line to Recherche
3124 Request for a Greater Potion of the Government Advertisements- Kemp and Gill- Proprietors of the Tasmanian News
3125 Enquiry into the Collision Between the Steamers "Devon" and "Warrentinna" in the River Tamar
3126 Request for the Abolition of Light Dues- E. M. Fisher- Master Warden of the Hobart Marine Board
3128 Proposal from the Australasian Pacific Cable Syndicate to Establish Telegraph Cable Communication between Tasmania via New South Wales and England- Captain Cook
3129 Return of Articles Displayed at the Calcutta Exhibition and Loan to the Tasmanian Government of Three Life Size Busts of the Last of the Tasmanian Aborigines- Messers T. and J. Patton (Hobart)
3130 Request for Remission of Customs Duty on Importation of "Royal Aromatic Horse and Cattle Spice"- Messers Rooke and Maddox
3130 Memorandum re. Provision in the Supplementary Estimates for Contributions Made to Public Debts and Thomas Stephens Claim for an Increase in His Government Pension
3131 Tender for the Publication of Government Advertisements- H. H. Gill- Proprietor of the Tasmanian News
3132 Preliminary Enquiry into the Stranding of the Ketch "Windward" at Penguin
3133 Correspondence re. Acquisition of a Central Site for the Erection of New Public Buildings in Launceston- A. Kenhead
3134 Request for Remission of Customs Duty on the Personal Effects of George Danby Shipped from London- Justin Browne and Company
3135 Compliant Against Customs at Launceston- Proposed Duty Rates for Reaping Machines and Twine- A. Webster
3136 Request for the Extension of the Telegraph Cable to Rokeby through Bellerive- Henry Lamb
3137 Correspondence re. The Maintenance of the Steamer "Kangaroo"- Ferry Between Hobart and Launceston
3137 Mutual Union Insurance Company Certificate for the Steamer "Kangaroo" Valued at 2500 pounds
3139 Preliminary Enquiry into the Collision between the Steamer "Mangana" and the Cutter "Ruth" on the River Tamar
3140 Customs Seizure from Chinese Passengers Arriving at Hobart on the Steamer "Tarawera"- Silk and other Dutiable Articles
3141 Enquiry into the Stranding of the Schooner "Florence" at Duck River
3142 Proposal for a Tasmanian Post Office Directory- Robert Steward- Agent for Wise Caffen and Company of Melbourne
3143 Correspondence re. Regulations Forbidding the Imbibing of "Stimulating Drinks" During Office Hours for Public Servants
3144 Complaint Against Customs Duties Levied on Borax Soap- Lewis and Whitty- Manufacturers
3145 Claim Made on the Government by the Launceston Gas Company re. Tank Imported to Hobart and Dispute with Customs
3140 Correspondence re. Query from the Postmaster General- Mr Campbell- re. Rate for the Carriage of Mail by Rail
3147 Resolution re. Customs Procedures for Importations of Pepper
3148 Enquiry into the Collision Between the Steamers "Corio" and "Empress of India" in the River Tamar
3149 Wharfage Dues Paid by New Zealand Steamers- Compliant from Macfarlane Brothers and Company
3150 Correspondence and Report re. Loss of a Package of Tea Imported Messers Hamilton and Company from the Hobart Customs Warehouse
3151 Request from the Hobart Marine Board for a Building in Close Proximity to the Pier for Storing Goods Landed from Steam Ships Arriving Direct from London- E. M. Fisher- Master Warden
3153 Payment of Customs Duty on Clothes Manufactured in Melbourne from Cloth Exported from Tasmania- S. C. Sadler and Company
3152 Resolution re. Customs Classification of Bailey's Hot Air Engines as Machinery and Exempt form Duty
3154 Resolution of the Hobart Marine Board to Reduce the Register Fee on Cutters Trading to and From Hobart
3155 Request from Woodhouse and Rawson- Electric Light Engineers, Manufacturers and Contractors to be Placed on the Government List of Manufacturers
3156 Recognition of Government Offer to Transmit Letters and Telegrams from A. Stuart free of Charge- K. Stuart
3157 Telegraph System and Use of Postage Stamps in Payment of Telegraph Fees- Victorian General Post Office
3159 Correspondence with the Mutual Fire Insurance Company of Tasmania re. the Real and Personal Estates Duties Act
3160 Enquiry into the Stranding of the Brig "Robin Hood" at Hummock Island
3161 Appointment of Master Wardens by the Marine Boards- Alfred Harrap at Launceston and A. G. Webster at Hobart
3162 Correspondence re. Reciprocity of Customs Duties Between Australian Colonies and Intercolonial Free Trade
3163 Request for Financial Assistance for Harbour Improvements- Mr Fisher- Master Warden of the Hobart Marine Board
3163 Civil Service Regulations Published in the Hobart Gazette Extraordinary Edition 28 January 1885
3164 Correspondence re. Request for the Provision of Library Accommodations in the Planned New Post Office Buildings at New Town- Richard Smith- Honourable Secretary of the New Town Reading Room and Library
3165 Application for a Volunteer Position at the Hobart Post Office- Edward J. McPhee
3166 Government Recognition and Payment of Surgeon Crouch for Services Rendered to the Southern Tasmanian Hunter Artillery and other Corps- Captain Evans
3167 Correspondence re. Transfer of Colonial Defence Department to the Colonial Treasurer (Including Operation, Appointments and Positions, Financials and Reports on Defence Matters)
3168 Correspondence re. The Rifle Range at Sandy Bay Hobart
3169 Correspondence re. Commissioned Officers in the Tasmanian Defence Force- Lists of Appointments and Resignations and others
3170 Correspondence re. Purchase of a Torpedo Boat for the Tasmanian Defence Force and 1883 Report on the Tasmanian Engineer Corps
3171 Report on, Enquiry into and Dismissal of Bandsman C. Davis for Breach of Discipline- A. Clerke- Bandmaster of the Southern Tasmanian Volunteer Rifle Regiment
3172 The Landing of 10 "Destitute Foreigners" ("Syrians") Landed at Launceston From the S. S. Abington- Report of James Coulter- Superintendent of Police
3173 Importation of Explosives and Gunpowder Regulations
3173 Memorandum to the Colonial Storekeeper re. Seven Kegs of Gun Powder and a Quantity of Pyrite Stored by the Railway Contractor at Bellerive in Close Proximity to the Town
3173 Request from the Magazine Keeper at the Hobart Magazine that Constable Goddard Continue in the Position of Day Guard
3173 Correspondence re. the Government Cutter "Enchantress"
3173 Rental of the Barque "Islander" to the Government for the Storage of Torpedos
3173 J. Chisholm's (Magazine Keeper at Hobart) Defence Against Complaints Made About Him By Customs
3173 Report on the Private Magazine at Launceston Used By Messers Boland and Scott and other Correspondence with Same
3173 Hobart Magazine- Transfer of all Explosives of Merchants, the Loaded Submarine Mines and Boxes of Gun Cotton from the Barque "Islander" to the Hulk "Emily Downing"
3173 Miscellaneous Correspondence re. the Powder Magazines
3170 Purchase and Supply of Whitehead Torpedoes
3175 Correspondence re. Tasmanian Defence Force Regulations
3176 Correspondence re. the Possible Dispatch of a Tasmanian Contingent to the Sudan
3177 Preliminary Enquiry into the Collision Between the S. S. "Glenochil" and the Barque "Eliza Adams"
3178 Request that a Memorial Stone to be Erected over the Remains of the Very Reverend Father Dunne be Admitted free of Customs Duty- Henry Hunter
3179 Proposed Erection of a Light House at Cape Leeuwin (Western Australia)
3180 Request for Refund of Customs Duties Overpaid on Imported Cases of Tobacco- John White
3181 Request that a Silver Salva to be Presented to Doctor Butler from the Teachers of Public Schools Be Admitted Free of Customs Duties- W. Golding
3182 Request that T Bar Iron be Admitted Free of Customs Duties- George Seabrook
3183 Correspondence re. Rental of a Hall from G. Lucas for use by the Kingston Rifle Company
3183 Returned Gazette Notices re. the Tasmanian Defence Force
3183 Proposal that a Clerk be Appointed to the Rifle Clubs- Colonel Bernard- Commander of the Tasmanian Rifle Clubs
3183 Rifle Club Papers Prior to the Passing of the "Defence Act 1885"
3183 Correspondence re. the Country Rifle Clubs- Appointments, Returns and others
3183 Correspondence with the Southern Tasmanian Rifle Association
3183 Correspondence and Notices re. the Formation of Various Country Rifle Clubs
3185 Miscellaneous Correspondence re. the Tasmanian Defence Forces- Expenditure, Batteries, Harbour and Coast Defence and others
3187 Correspondence re. The Treasurer's Account Agreement with the Commercial Bank of Tasmania
3188 Reports and Correspondence re. Tasmanian Defence Force Encampments
3189 Ship Wrecks in the Bass Straits and Correspondence re. A. Smith's Services to the Customs Department
3192 Preliminary Enquiry into the Stranding of the Cutter "Kate" at Penguin
3193 Correspondence re. Report Rock off St. Helens on the East Coast- Hazard to navigation
3194 Correspondence re. Requests for Larger Accommodations at the Launceston Volunteer Building- Used for Drills by Local Armed Forces Groups
3195 Correspondence re. the Reserved Tasmanian Armed Forces
3195 Request for Refund of a Money Order- George Collins- Major Commanding
3217 Correspondence re. Two 80-pr R. M. L. Converted Guns Presented Free to Tasmania by the British War Office- Complete with Carriages and Ammunition
3218 Correspondence re. the Proposed Return to England of Five Smooth Bore Guns (8 Inch) for Conversion into 64 Pounder 71 Cut R. M. L. Guns
3219 Operation of the 6 Inch B. L. R. Armstrong Guns at the Alexandra Battery- Test Firings
3202 Correspondence re. Colonel St. Hill and His Proposal for the Formation of a Volunteer Special Corp to Assist the Colony's Armed Forces
3199 Supplies of Guns and War Material to Colonial Governments Without the Knowledge of the Imperial War Office
3196 War Between Britain and Russia- Including Colonel Legg's Report on Tasmanian Defences and Proposed Purchase of the Steamer "Inflexible", Sale of the Steamer "Wellington", Telegraph Signal Stations and others
3197 Erection of Electric Lights for Military Purposes- Correspondence with the Australian Electric Company
3196 Correspondence re. Payment of Captain Parker for Services in Relation to the Tasmanian Permanent Artillery
Telegrams re. the Appointment of Colonel Warner as Lieutenant Colonel Commanding the Northern Division
3203 Correspondence re. Hutchins School and Christs College Cadet Corps
3205 Need for a Suitable Building For a Post Office in the Township of Perth- William Gibson
3206 Legislation and Correspondence re. The Establishment of a Standard System of Weights and Measures
3207 Inspection, Sale and Refurbishment of the Barque "Aladdin" as a Magazine Hulk for Use by the Tasmanian Defence Forces
3208 Preliminary Enquiry into the Death of Hugh Daly (Boatswain) Aboard the Sip "Inby"
3211 Appointment of John Clark as Inspector of Machinery
3212 Retirement of Quarter Master Sergeant Falconer from the Tasmanian Armed Forces- Discharge and Award of a Silver Medal From the War Office London
3213 Resignation from Charge of the Bellerive Drill Shed and Premises- B. Stafford Bird
3214 Launceston Rifle Range- Construction and Maintenance
3220 Correspondence re. Government Purchase of Greens Wharf
3221 Penalisation of Hugh Williams- Master of the Barque "County of Flint" for a Breech of the Customs Act- Reduction of Fine
3222 Request for Permission to Purchase a Revolver, Belt , Holster and Ammunition- T. M. Evans
3223 Enquiry into the Wreck of the Cutter "Sea Breeze" at the Entrance of the River Tamar and Suspension of Thomas Mills' (Master) Certificate of Service
3224 Retirement and Appointment of Marine Board Wardens- Submission from the Hobart Marine Board
3226 Correspondence re. Brown Bluff Battery near Launceston (Including Plans)
3227 Purchase of Land at Sandy Bay from G. A. James for a Post and Telegraph Office
3229 Proclamation of Penguin as a Port of Entry
3230 Resolution of the Circular Marine Board- By-Law No. 12- Bringing Wharfage Rates at the Port into Accord with those at Launceston
3231 Correspondence re. the Stranding of the S. S. " Balmain" at Circular Head
3237 Correspondence to the Master Warder of the Hobart Marine Board Requesting that the Board Assume Responsibility for Jetties in the Derwent Channel
3238 Connecting South Bruny Lighthouse Station with the General Telegraph System- A. G. Webster- Master Warder at Hobart
3239 Correspondence re. The Proposed Erection of a Lighthouse on Tasman's Island
3240 Correspondence re. Armaments for Batteries- Guns, Carriages and Ammunition
3241 Gunner Scurrah- Papers Concerning His Complaint About His Dismissal from the Ranks of the Southern Tasmanian Artillery Corps for Insubordination
3242 Enquiry into the Collision Between the S. S. "Australia" and the Fishing Boat "Sarah Ann"
3243 Maintenance of Jetty Approaches to Kangaroo Point
3244 Correspondence re. Complaint from the Hobart Fire Brigade Board re. Unsatisfactory Working of Telephone Instruments at the Fire Bell and Argyle Street Station
3245 Correspondence re. Abuse of the Allowance of Bonded Stores at New South Wales for the Use of Vessels Engaged in Intercolonial Trade
3246 Correspondence re. Dissatisfaction in the Engineers Corps of the Tasmanian Defence Forces
3246 Application of Charles Milner- Late Artificer in the Royal Navy- for Appointment to the Torpedo Department
3246 Correspondence re. the Tasmanian Torpedo Corps
3246 Instructor of the Torpedo Corps- Termination of Sergeant Falconer's Services and Appointment of Sergent Hardy
3246 Correspondence re. Payment of the Men in the Engineers Corps
3247 Correspondence re. New Office Accommodations for the Hobart Marine Board
3248 Application for Employment in the Tasmanian Defence Forces- Alfred Porcelli- Captain of the Royal Engineers
3249 Opening of New Telephone Offices in Hobart and Launceston and New Regulations Under the Telephone Act 1882
3252 Purchase of a Steam Ship for the Joint use by the Government and the Hobart Marine Board
3253 Correspondence re. Article Published in the Launceston Examiner re. the "Disheartened and Discouraged" State of the Volunteer Corps in Launceston and Correspondence re. Ammunition Needs for a Forthcoming Encampment
3254 Report on Goods Seized from a "Chinaman" Attempting to Evade Customs and Subsequently Found Guilt of Theft- J. H. Innes
3255 Invention of a New Spar Torpedo- Offer to the Tasmanian Government for the Sole Right of Manufacture- Alfred Jardine (Wellington New Zealand)
3256 Request for the Establishment of a Bonded Store at Formby at the River Mersey- John Henry
3258 Request for Drawback of Customs Duty on Japanese Rice (Returned to Sender Due to Weevils)- Rooke and Maddox
3259 Proposed Erection of a Light House on South Western Cape from the Captain of the S. S. "Port Adelaide"
3260 Correspondence re. the Importation of Kerosene Oil
3261 Correspondence re. Wages Due to John W. Maddison and Charles Westphal of the Barque "Pet"- Appeal to the Officer Commanding
3262 Offer to Sell the Barque "Derwent Hunter" to the Government for use as a Powder Magazine- McGregor Piesse and Company
3263 Request for a Large Union Jack to Fly at the Tamar Yacht Club on "Proper Occasions"- J. Binney
3264 Prospectus for a New Publication- "The Australian Federal Directory" and Request to List Treasurer Burgess as a Patron- J. W. F. Rogers- Manager, Sydney
3265 Complaint Against Customs- Problem of Mr Bateman Holding Both the Positions of Chief Landing Waiter and Valuer for Duty and Delays in the Creance of Goods- E. C. Enright
3266 Correspondence re. The Creation of a Permanent Tasmanian Defence Force- Artillery
3268 Proposal to Invite Militia's and Volunteer Artillery Corps of Other British Colony's to Tasmania and Attendance of a Tasmanian Detachment at the Artillery Association Annual Competition in England
3269 Correspondence re. the Post Office Department- Applications, Appointments, Leaves of Absence and others
3270 Chamber of Commerce Resolution re. the Reduction of Telegraph Rates
3271 Correspondence re. Costs for Importing Immigrants- Messers Clarke and Blair
3272 Royal Commission on Friendly Societies 1886- Including Correspondence and Errata
3273 Customs Seizure of Goods Addressed to D. J. Room- Drapery and Others
3277 Customs Seizure of Tobacco at the Doctor Syntax Hotel Sandy Bay from H. Hart- Sale and Distribution of Proceeds
3278 Enquiry into the Stranding of the Barque "Howard" in Ringarooma Bay
3279 Correspondence re. Costs Incurred at the Intercolonial Rifle Match Held in Victoria
3280 Memo of Stores- H.M.S. "Diamond"- Alcohol Consumed at the Town Hall
3281 Correspondence re. Stills as Regulated by "The Distillation Prohibition Act 1890"- Including Licensed Stills, Fees, Discovery of Paraffin Shale near Latrobe and Stills Used by Various Companies
3282 Enquiry into the Stranding of the S. S. "Esk" at the River Tamar and Cancellation of Captain John William Evans' Master's Certificate for Wrongful Default
3283 Correspondence re. Certificate of Registration for the Barque "Coulnakyle"
3284 Colonial Naval Defences- Meeting of the Premiers of Victoria, Queensland and New South Wales and the Naval Commander-in-Chief held on Board Her Majesty's ship "Nelson" at Sydney in April 1886
3285 Enquiry into an Accident Aboard the S. S. "Mangana" at the River Tamar
3286 Correspondence re. Establishment of a Gun Powder Factory in Victoria and Proposed Establishment of a Local Factory in Tasmania
3289 Payment of the Rent Charged Annually on the Brothers Home Telegraph Office- S. Hawkes M. H. A.
3290 Correspondence re. Loan of 150 000 pounds to the Launceston Corporation at 4 percent
3291 Claim Against the Defence Department for 300 pounds Compensation for Loss of Appointment to the Permanent Staff- Sergeant Major John Anderson
3292 Request for a Reference from the Colonial Treasurer for his Application to the Position of Vice Consul of the United States of America in Tasmania- Lindsay Tulloch
3293 Applications for Appointment to the Defence Department
3295 Participation of the Volunteer Forces in the Church Parades Held in Launceston at the Different Denominations
3297 Correspondence re. Elevating Gear for the 7" Guns at the Alexandra Battery
3298 Complaint about Light Dues and the Lack of Lighting Facilities on the North West Coast of Tasmania- Howard Smith and Sons Limited
3299 Position of Commandant of the Tasmanian Defence Force and Continued Engagement of Colonel Legge in Some Position in the Administration
3299 Application for Position of Commandant of the Tasmanian Defence Force- Captain Brooker
3299 Appointment of Lieutenant Colonel A. H. Warner as Acting Commandant
3299 Query re. Future Availability of House in the Barracks Occupied by Colonel Legge- Mrs Arthur Giblin
3300 Correspondence re. Monies Held by the Fingal Municipal Sinking Fund
3302 Erection of a Lighthouse, Leading Lights and Keeper's and Assistant's Accommodations at Mersey Bluff
3303 Correspondence re. Pilotage and Other Port Charges in Tasmania and Exemption from Pilotage Certificates
3304 Customs Seizure of Drapery Imported by Messers Dempster and Pearce and its Restoration to the Owners Upon Payment of a Fine
3305 Striking of the Tasmanian Defence Force Champion Rifle Medals and Winners of the Medal 1881-1886
3306 Transfer of Master Gunner J. Chisholm to the Position of Military Storekeeper in the Tasmanian Defence Force and Petition of George Williscroft
3307 Request to the Commandant that a Sample of Targets Under Manufacture by Messers Davidson and Brown be Tested by Rifle Shot Before a Larger Number are Commissioned- Staff Officer Mathieson
3308 Correspondence re. Customs Seizure and Police Investigation into Opium, Tobacco, Tea and Silk Seized from a Chinaman named Nie Tom
3309 Correspondence with the Table Cape Marine Board- By-Laws, Appointments, Resignations, Accounts and others
3310 Correspondence re. the Federal Council- Expenditure in Connection with Sessions, Address to Her Majesty, Bills Brought Before the Council, Reports and others
3311 Correspondence with the Mersey Marine Board- Loan of 10 000 pounds for Harbour Improvements, Use of the "Victoria" Ferry Between Formby and Torquay, Appointments, By-Laws, Reports and others
3313 Payment of a Grant to Mrs Eddie- Widow of the Late Secretary of the Launceston Marine Board
3314 Correspondence re. Complaints Made Against Mr Latham- Storekeeper of the Bonded Warehouse in Launceston Made by John Thompson
3315 Confidential Circular Requesting that a Lookout be Kept for the Steamer "Gulnare" Belonging to or Under Control of the Fenian Brotherhood and Designing to Fulfil Fenian Aims to the Injury of British Shipping or Possessions
3316 Alteration of the Financial Year to End on 30 June 1887 Under "The Audit Act No. 4"
3317 Report of the Local Defence Committee
3318 Correspondence re. Tonnage of the Ketch "Wellington"- used to Import Tobacco and Cigars
3319 Claim by the Hobart Corporation for Costs Incurred in the Improvement of Streets
3321 Disbandment of the Cavalry Coups (The Launceston Light Horse)
"3323 The State Aid Commutation Act" re. Purchase of Debentures held by Churches Named on the Schedule of the Act
3324 Offer of Sale of Land Adjoining the Castray Esplanade belonging to Mr Watchorn from W. Featherstone (Includes Plans)
3325 Enquiry into the Collision of the Steamer "Warrentina" and the Ketch "John and Margaret" on the River Derwent
3326 Proposed Exchange Between the Hobart Corporation and the Marine Board of the Old Market for the Late Treasury Site
3326 Proposed Alterations Carried out by the Marine Board to Fisherman's Dock
3327 Correspondence re. the Pieman River (Under the Authority of the Circular Head Marine Board)- New Buoys, Boat Moorings, Reports of Sunken Rocks and others
3328 Alert from the Head Keeper of Swan Island Light House re. a Patch of Shallow Water Discovered in the Vicinity of the Island
3329 Proposed Survey of the Coast and Harbours of the Western Side of Tasmania- P. P. H. Jones- Constitution Hill
3332 Payment of Sergent Major Reid's- Instructor of the Tasmanian Artillery- Salary After the Expiration of his Services
3333 Illumination of Marine Board Offices
3334 Proclamation of Wharf Boundaries in Launceston
3335 Formation and Report of the Commission into the Workings of the Defence Force in Tasmania
3336 Special Regulations for the Customs Department
3338 Loan to Launceston Marine Board of 20 000 pounds- Sinking Fund
3340 Services of W. Bishton- Clerk at West Devonport Customs House- Dispensed With
3340 Purchase of Bank of Van Diemen's Land Property in West Devonport for the Customs Department
3342 Mistake Made by the Daily Telegraph Newspaper in Reporting the Proceedings of the Defence Commission of Enquiry Report
3343 Correspondence re. Notification of Rock Near Craggy Island in the Bass Straits Struck by the Barque "Victoria"
3344 Correspondence re. Contribution of the Launceston Marine Board to the Salary of the Telegraph Operator at Low Head
3345 Erection of a Post and Telegraph Office and Court House at West Devonport
3346 Proclamation of Shipwrights Point and Hospital Bay as a Port of Entry
3347 Correspondence re. an Accident Aboard the River Steamer "Taranna"
3348 Enquiry into the Wreck of the Ketch "Annie" off the East Coast of Tasmania
3349 Correspondence and Descriptive List re. Standardisation of Weights and Measures
3350 Petition from the Ulverstone Farmer's Club for the Establishment of a Marine Board for the Port of Ulverstone
3351 Erection of a Post and Telegraph Office at Ellesmere
3352 Correspondence re. Customs Regulations in Regards to Manure Salt and Request from the Tasmanian Wool Growers' Agency Company Limited
3353 Grant to the Tasmanian Rifle Association
3354 Correspondence with the Hobart Savings Bank re. Treasury Bills
3355 Correspondence re. Patterson's Deposit for Work Tendered for the Department of Lands and Works
3357 Correspondence re. Investment of 5000 pounds with the Perpetual Trustees' Executors' and Agency Company in Tasmanian Local Inscribed Stock
3358 Correspondence re. Application from Joseph Nixon for a Reduction of his Public House Licence Fee
3359 Erection of a Post and Telegraph Office at Franklin
3360 Correspondence re. "The Codlin Moth Act" and Regulations- Fruit Growing Districts and Boards
3361 Erection of a New Light House at Low Head and Exemption of Signal Rockets and Lights from Customs Duties
3362 Correspondence re. Regulation of the Sale of Hop Bitters under "The Licensing Act"
3363 Payment of Rent to the Government for the Building Housing the J. C. Graham Gymnasium Hobart
3365 Correspondence with the Trades and Labour Council Hobart
3366 Enquiry into the Wreck of the "General Picton" off Foster's Island
3368 Applications for the Position of Harbour Master at Trail Harbour
3369 Request that a Copy of the Gazette be Supplied Free to the Formby Town Board- W. Aikenhead
3370 Query re. Construction of the Sorell Railway- A. G. Webster- Master Warder of the Hobart Marine Board
3371 Contract with William Stewart to Operate the Ferry at Risdon
3372 Correspondence re. Charles Braslin's Payments on Land Purchased from the Government
3373 Request that the Land and Buildings Occupied by the Harbour Master in Battery Point Hobart be Vested in the Marine Board
3374 Correspondence re. Colonial Loans
3375 Erection of a Post and Telegraph Office and others at Glenorchy on Council Lands
3376 Construction of the Stanley Breakwater and Use of the Dredge "Agnew"
3377 Erection of a Post and Telegraph Office at Port Cygnet and Appointments
3378 Applications for Refund of Stamp Duty
3382 Enquiries Made into the Injuries Sustained by Reverend M. Mary at Georges Bay While Horse Riding and Held to be Due to the Negligent Upkeep of the Telegraph Wire Between Weldborough and Moorina
3383 Correspondence re. Letters Published in the Mercury Newspaper Critical of the Government Printing Office
3381 Correspondence re. the Construction of the Pacific Telegraph Cable
3380 Correspondence re. The Lighting of Fires on the Islands of the Bass Straits Frequently Constituting a False Alarm to the Masters of Vessels
3379 Boundaries and Use of the Beauty Point Jetty at Ilfracombe
3384 Limits and Boundaries of the Cattle Jetties at the Queen's Domain and Lease of Same and the Powder Jetty to the Hobart Regatta Ground Association by the Hobart Marine Board
3385 Appointment of H. L. Crowther as Landing Waiter to the Rivers Leven and Forth
3386 Enquiry into the Loss of the Barquentine "Empress of China" off the West Coast of Tasmania
3387 Request that St. Diego be Declared a Port of Entry- Burgess and Company on Behalf of the Maria Island Company Ltd.
3388 Erection of Marine Board Boat Crew Quarters at Hobart
3389 Petition for Reconsideration of the Suitability of the Site for the Proposed New Post and Telegraph Office at Sheffield
3390 Request from the Mersey Marine Board that Port Frederick and the Don, Forth and Ulverstone Ports be Declared as Places for the Landing of Gunpowder
3391 Query from S. Murphy re. the Legality of Claiming His Tasmanian Government Pension as a Lump Sum
3392 Correspondence re. the Devonport Town Board- Loans for the Erection of the Town Hall and others, Redemption of Government Debentures, Water Scheme and Duty on Water Pipes, Road Rates and others
3394 Request for the Use of the Board Room of the Public Buildings in Hobart for a Meeting of the Tasmanian Rifle Association
3395 Correspondence re. Request from the Master of the Barque "John O'Gaunt" to the Mersey Marine Board for Remission of Pilotage and Preliminary Enquiry into the Grounding of the "John O'Gaunt" at the Entrance of the River Mersey
3396 Enquiry into the Standing of the S. S. "Southern Cross" off Rocky Cape on the North West Coast of Tasmania (Includes Photograph)
3398 Query from the Master Warden of the Mersey Marine Board re. the Board's Responsibility to Grant Certificates to Steam Boats
3399 Correspondence re. the Rate of Interest at Which Loans Should be Issued- Advice on Mr Westgarth's Proposals from Charles Tepple of Melbourne
3400 Claim for Costs Incurred as a Result of the Escape of Prisoner Herbert Cobb from the Barque "Lufa"- Alex McGregor and Company
3401 Harbour Improvements- Extension of the Hobart Piers to Accommodate Large Ocean Steamers- Request for Funds from the Hobart Marine Board
3402 Appointment of E. H. Fowell to the Duties of Harbour at Strahan
3403 Query re. Availability and Conditions for Securing a Government Grant for a Proposed Water Scheme at St. Helens to Eradicate Typhoid Fever- George H. Briggs and Richard Wright
3404 Correspondence with the Road Trusts- Includes 1899/1900 Returns for all Road Trusts and Town Boards
3405 Correspondence re. Purchase of Government Debentures Valued to 23 750 pounds by the Bank of Van Diemen's Land
3406 Proposed Erection of a Store upon the Latrobe Wharf- Mersey Marine Board
3407 Erection of a Post and Telegraph Office at Latrobe
3408 Erection of a Post and Telegraph Office at Fingal
3409 Offer of the Rental of a Building at Penguin for the New Post and Telegraph Office- H. G. K. Wells
3410 Erection of a Telephone Line to Hobart and Launceston
3410 Proposed Alterations to the Meeting at the Public Buildings in Launceston and Request for the Use of Another Room- The Secretary of the Chamber of Commerce
3411 Proposal to Establish a Paper Manufactory in Tasmania- W. Dean
3413 Correspondence re. "The Tramway Amendment Act 1889"
3415 Erection of a New Jetty at Rosevears on the River Tamar- Launceston Marine Board
3417 Request for Government Loan of 10 000 pounds- The Mersey Marine Board
3418 Correspondence re. Proposed Use of the Quarantine Ground at Crayfish Point at a Battery
3420 Enquiry into Certain Alleged Material Damage Caused to the Boiler of the S. S. "Pioneer" Near the Coast of Tasmania
3421 Correspondence re. Government Deposit of 5000 pounds with the Union Bank of Australasia in Behalf of the Equitable Life Assurance Society of the Unites States Ltd.
3422 Resolution of the Latrobe Chamber of Commerce re. Duty Free Arrangements on Produce Imported from Queensland and New South Wales and Exported from Tasmania
3424 Proposed Erection of a Bonded Store at Ulverstone
3425 Claim fro Compensation for the Death of Her Husband Whist Crossing His Team Over the Lune River- Elizabeth Taylor
3426 Erection of Building for the Post and Telegraph Offices at Geeveston and Buckland
3426 Request for the Use of the Room Adjoining the Geeveston Post Office for Rifle Club Purposes- R. Hill
3427 Correspondence re. Request for Repairs and Improvements to the Long Bay Jetty- T. Bennet- Acting Harbour Master for the Hobart Marine Board
3428 Correspondence re. the Circular Head Marine Board's Request for A supply of Buoys for Trial Harbour
3429 Correspondence re. Lieutenant Walton Drake's Application for Command of the Military and Torpedo Corps
3430 Complaints about the Hobart Marine Board and Recommendations for the Improved Operation of Customs in Hobart- John Bandaret
3431 Request that Pictures Imported for the Tasmanian Art Association's Annual Exhibition be Permitted Entry Duty Free- W. Benson (Honourable Secretary)
3432 Complaint About Delays in the Delivery of Telegrams- A. G. Webster
3433 Report on an Accident to the Boiler of the Steamer "Taranna"
3435 Report of Fungus Growing Upon Explosives in the Powder Magazine Hulks at Hobart- Captain Parker
3439 Correspondence re. Erection of Public Buildings (Post and Telegraph Office) at Penguin
3440 Correspondence re. 5000 Deposit Required from The Accident Insurance Association of New Zealand to Continue Operations in Tasmania
3442 Complaint Against Customs- Duties Levied on Personal Plate Imported from London- Mrs M. S. E. Reed
3443 Report of the Collision Between the Seamers "Cygnet" and "Taranna"
3444 Request for Permission to Erect a Small Still for Soap Making- W. B. Terry- Manager of the Tasmanian Soap and Candle Company
3444 Request for Drawback of Customs Duty on Stearine Candles- J. Anderson- Managing Director of the Tasmanian Soap and Candle Company
3446 Correspondence re. Boundaries of the Wharves, Marine Board Positions and Salaries, Legislation to Consolidate and Amend the Laws Relating to Marine Boards and Navigation and others
3447 Correspondence re. Resignation of C. E. Ritchie and R. J. Mackenzie and Appointments of A. Evans and S. E. Wilmot
3478 Correspondence re. J. R. Bateman- Landing Waiter at Hobart- Extended Leave of Absence and Ability to Fulfil His Duties Upon Return to Work
3449 Correspondence re. the Leven Marine Board- Appointments, By-Laws, Wharfage Rates and others
3449 Query from the Mersey Marine Board re. its Jurisdiction
3449 Error in Section 4 of "The Marine Boards Act 1890" re. the Different Board's Jurisdiction over Wharves, Buildings and others- R. R. Hamilton- Secretary of the Leven Marine Board
3450 Correspondence re. the Circular Head Marine Board- Appointments, Resignations, By-Laws and others
3454 Purchase of Land for the Launceston Recreation Ground
3455 Correspondence re. Government Inquiries into the Purchase of The Armstrong M'F'G Company's Letter Cutter
3457 Query as to Whether the Government Intends to Open Up all Vacant Positions to Public Competition- Alex Anderson
3458 Correspondence re. "The Licensing Act 1889" (Including Applications for Reduction of Individual Fees)
3462 Correspondence re. Civil Service Regulations
3464 Erection of a New Post and Telegraph Office at Zeehan and its Total Destruction by Fire
3466 Application for a Position in the Post Office- F. Harbottle
3467 Correspondence re. Survey of the River Tamar and Improvements to the Port of Launceston
3469 Correspondence re. Construction of a Railway Connecting the Hobart Wharf with the Main Line of Railway
3471 Complaint Against the Hobart Marine Board and Keeper of the Derwent Lighthouse re. Treatment Upon Dismissal from the Position of Assistant Light Keeper- Charles Clark
3476 Query to the Hobart Corporation re. Their Intention to Make Necessary Improvements to the Crossings at queens Shed Franklin Wharf
3477 Application for Employment with the Government- James Plant- Former Corporal in the Imperial Artillery
3478 Promotion of J. S. Harbroe - Clerk in the Long Room at Hobart Customs
3479 Appointment to the Position of Clerk at the Customs at Formby- A. Dooley
3482 Query re. Customs Duty Payable on Butter Churns and Workers- H. S. Dove
3483 Complaint Against Customs- Unnecessary Delay in Dealing With Imported Kerosene Oil- Messers Burgess Brothers and Company
3485 Petition From A. G. D. Bernacchi of the Maria Island Company for a Submarine Telegraph Cable to be Laid from St. Diego to the Main Land, the Widening and Extension of the Jetty and other Matters Relating to Maria Island
3486 Petition from the Inhabitants of Bellerive for the Urgent Need of a Good and Sufficient Water Supply
3487 Correspondence re. the Trademark Used by Messers Hollingworth and Company England- Paper Manufacturers- Edward Waters of the International Patent and Trade Marks Office
3488 Correspondence re. Withdrawal from Circulation of Light (pre-Victorian) Gold Coins
3489 Correspondence re. Query from Messer Upton and Sons re. the Customs Duty Payable on Paper Pulp Imported to be Made into Starch
3490 Erection of a New Post and Telegraph Office at Macquarie Plains
3492 Correspondence re. the Agreement Between the Telegraph and Railway Departments
3493 Erection of a Post and Telegraph Office at Cressy
3494 Request for Duplicate Receipt for Customs Duties Paid- R. J. Gunn
3497 Report from the Military Commandant on Johnson's Automatic Targets
3498 Query re. Customs Duty Payable on Insecticide to Kill Codlin Moth- Robert Brothers
3499 Correspondence re. Board of Trade Rules Relating to Life Saving Appliances (Merchant Shipping)
3500 Complaint Against the Telegraph Department- Errors in Message- Messers Atkins and Knight
3501 Duty Payable on Imported Revolvers- H. B. Mugliston
3502 Correspondence re. Treasury Officials
3506 Correspondence re. Mersey Marine Board By-Laws Nos. 15 (Ferry Fares on the River Mersey) and 17 (Protection of the Dredging Plant, Control of the Speed of Steamers and Safety During Boat Races)
3507 Correspondence re. Deposit of the Tender for the Green Ponds Railway- R. Jones and Company
3508 Correspondence re. the Garrison Band
3511 Correspondence re. Devonport Harbour Improvements
3512 Correspondence re. 5000 pound Deposit Required from the Citizens Life Assurance Company Ltd.
3513 Correspondence re. Forwarded Copy of the Statistics Record for 1890- W. A. Weymouth
3514 Correspondence re. the Leven Marine Board- Appointments, By-Laws and others
3514 Amended Wharfage Rates- The Leven Marine Board
3515 Correspondence re. Ammunition Supplied to Police
3516 Correspondence re. Telephonic Communication to South Bruny Island
3518 Erection of a New Post and Telegraph Office at Ross
3519 Request for Payment for Services Rendered as Poll Clerk at the Election of the Marine Board of Launceston- R. J. Webb
3523 Regulations Relating to Certificates to Engineers- Mersey Marine Board
3523 Regulations Relating to Certificates to Engineers- Launceston Marine Board
3523 Regulations Relating to Certificates to Engineers- Hobart Marine Board
3524 Request for Information on Tasmania for the Year Book of Australia 1900- Edward Greville (Editor)
3525 Query re. Procurement of a Wholesale Licence- Lange and Thoneman
3526 Enquiry into the Collision Between the P. S. "Newcastle" and the Cutter "Margaret" on the River Tamar
3527 Appointments and Resignations at the Post and Telegraph Office at Latrobe
3529 Correspondence re. Forwarded Large Specially-Executed Engraving Suitable for Framing of the Principle Font of the Imperial Institute of the United Kingdom, the Colonies and India
3530 Correspondence re. Vegetable Products Reports
3531 Approval of the Appointment of Charles Mitchells as Acting Auditor of the Tasmanian Permanent Building Society
3531 Approval of the Appointment Alex Reid as Auditor of the Diocesan Council of the Church of England
3534 Request for Revision of the Customs Duty Rate Levied on Stearine and Mineral Wax- R. Miller and Company Chemical Works
3537 Complaint Against the Telegraph Department- Delay in the Transmission of a Message- Mr Soundy
3538 Erection of a New Post and Telegraph Office at Woodbridge
3541 Petition from Residents in and Near Dilston for Connection to the Telegraph
3542 Confidential Memorandum Prepared by the Victorian Minister of Defence re. The Regulation of Traffic into Port Phillip Bay in Times of War
3543 Revised List of Signal Stations on the Coasts of Australasia
3544 Correspondence re. the Establishment and Regulation of the University of Tasmania
3546 Complaints Against the Mersey Marine Board- Inaction Over the State of the Wharf- A. Logan
3544 Query re. the Title Under Which the Government Holds the Beaconsfield Post and Telegraph Office- Roland P. Fincham
3548 Messers Bowden and Allison at the Telegraph Department- Chief Operators at Hobart and Launceston- Claims as to Seniority in the Service
3549 Correspondence, Telegrams and News Paper Clippings re. The Postal Conference- Adelaide 1890
3571 Enquiry into the S. S. "Nelson" on the Porpoise Rock in the River Tamar (Includes Wooden Motif of the S. S. "Nelson")
3556 Directive to the Manager of the Bank of Australasia Hobart to Honour Treasury Cheques Countersigned by W. Benson or W. Todd (Clerks)
3559 Report of the Superintendent of Telegraphs- "The Dangers of Electric Lighting"
3560 Correspondence re. Information on Insect Pests re. the Fruit Growing Industry
3563 Appointment of Examiners for Competency of Services- Leven Marine Board
3564 Correspondence re. Improvements and Works at the Maatsuyker Island Light House
3565 Correspondence re. Parliamentary Papers
3565 Correspondence re. The South Australian "Treasury Note Currency Act 1890"
3568 Request For Permission to Erect a Powder Magazine on the Esplanade at Medeas Cove- J. C. Macmichael and Company- General Storekeepers and Commission Agents at George's Bay
3555 Correspondence re. Reclamation Works at the Rear of the Slaughter Yards Undertaken by the Hobart Marine Board
3553 Query re. Advance Payment of Annual Duties- Mr Hoad- Manager of the British Bank of Australia
3550 Investigation into W. Gardiner's Complaint Against Customs at Launceston re. Pieces of Jewellery Seized from Him
3581 Enquiry into the Stranding of the Ketch "Windward" on the Hebe Reef off the North Coast of Tasmania
3572 Correspondence re. the Tasmanian Industrial Exhibition
3575 Deficiencies in the Monies Received at the Hobart Post Office for Customs Duty on Parcels and Packets and Retirement of Mr Bray
3582 Correspondence re. Funding of the Latrobe Congregational Cemetery- John Bennett
3583 Correspondence re. Loss of a Saddle Belonging to G. A. Harrison from the Queens Warehouse Hobart
3584 Report on the Telegraph Line from Launceston to Zeehan and Ouse to West Coast
3586 Correspondence re. Non-payment of Real and Personal Estates Duties by Mining Companies
3588 Construction of a New Pier on Franklin Wharf- The Hobart Marine Board
3589 Correspondence re. the Will of the Late John Franklin and the Inheritance of Lands owned by Same at Buckland
3592 Query re. Certified Status of Thomas Carroll (AKA James Carroll) as a Marine Engine Driver (or Third Class Engineer)- John Young- Secretary of the Engine Drivers' Association of Victoria
3594 Customs Seizure of Goods Imported for L. Stevenson of Launceston and Their Return Upon Payment of Duty and Fine
3595 Establishment of the Deloraine Recreation Ground
3596 Correspondence re. A Missing Cheque for Over 90 pounds -Mr Pretyman of Hobart
3602 Complaint Against the Treasury Department for a Want of "Courtesy and Attention" to Taxpayers- S. Stevens
3603 Establishment of Post and Telegraph Offices at Raminea and Strathblane
3604 Correspondence re. Payment of Treasury Bills to the Value of 3600 pounds to the Estate of John Whitehead- William Ritchie (Trustee)
3605 Customs Clearance for Cigars Sent from India to the Late J. W. Mitchell- C. Hawson
3607 Correspondence re. the Expiration of "The Launceston Electric Light Act 1887"- S. J. Sutton (Mayor)
3609 Query re. Customs Drawback and Bonus on Preserved Fruits Imported from England- George Peacock and Sons Ltd.
3610 Request for Revision of the Customs Duty Rate Levied on Arms and Boxes- J. C. Ferguson and Company
3611 Correspondence with the Intercolonial Free Trade Commission in Adelaide and Publication- the "Customs Comparative Duties of the Australasian Colonies and Fiji for 1890-91
3612 Petitions from the Residents of Perth for the Reinstatement of Postmistress Mrs Brownigg Dismissed for Irregularities in the Perth Post Office
3613 Correspondence re. Harbour Improvements at Hobart and 56 Vict. No. 53- Authority to Raise 67600 pounds by Debentures for Public Works Loans
3614 Correspondence re. the Late W. Bream (Clerk) and Payment of Outstanding Debts- Henry B. Tovey
3615 Correspondence and others re. Finance and Revenue
3617 Enquiry into the Stranding of the Brigantine "Rachel Cohen" in the River Derwent
3618 Correspondence re. the Establishment and Prospectus of "The Wellington Times" Newspaper and General Printing Office at Burnie
3619 Correspondence re. Financial Provision for Leading Lights at Macquarie Harbour
3620 Request for a Copy of Volume Five of the Tasmanian Statutes- A. G. Webster
3621 Query re. Stamp Duty Payable by the Australian Mutual Provident Society- Young and Walker
3624 Query re. Registration of the Kentish Threshing Company- John McFarlane
3625 Request for Duplicate Pension Cheque- Thomas Wright
3628 Publication of Orders in the Gazette for the Torpedo Corps and the Southern Tasmanian Artillery
3631 Establishment of a Post and Telegraph Office in East Devonport
3632 Complaint Against the Office of Stores- Delayed Payment of Accounts Due to the Proprietor of the Launceston Daily Telegraph and Colonist- Alfred Pillinger (Minister of Lands and Works)
3633 Government Banking Business with The National Bank of Tasmania
3634 Correspondence and Resolutions of a Meeting of the Commandants of Victoria, South Australia, New South Wales and Queensland in Melbourne December 1890, Defences at King George's Sound and other Defence Matters
3636 Construction of the Emu Bay Breakwater
3637 Survey of Macquarie Harbour
3639 Request that Diving Gear be Admitted free of Customs Duties- Launceston Marine Board
3640 Correspondence re. Water Supply to Public Institutions at Hobart
3641 Correspondence re. Moorings at Trial Harbour
3642 Votes for the Post and Telegraph Offices Generally
3643 Petition for the Location of the Post and Telegraph Office at Strahan
3645 Correspondence re. Government Expenses Incurred in the Search for the Steamship "Age"- Messers Howard Smith and Sons
3646 Correspondence re. Public House Licence Fees
3646 The Public House Licence Held by John Simpson of the Railway Hotel at Zeehan- Edward H. Fowell (Chairman of the Licensing Bench)
3647 Extension of the New Wharf at Hobart- Hobart Marine Board
3650 Report of Cargo Aboard the Schooner "Sovereign" Damaged Whilst Entering Port Mackay in Queensland
3651 Improvements to the Argyle Street Pier- Erection of a Lock Up Shed- Hobart Marine Board
3652 Claim for Payment of 42 pounds for Work on the Pipers River Road and Payment of Real Estate Duty- D. Lowe
3653 Claim for Payment from the Lands Title Department to Redress Overpayment- Thomas Wright of Ulverstone
3655 Correspondence re. the Stranding of the Whaling Barque "Asia" in Recherche Bay
3659 Dispute with the Treasury Department re. Payments on an a Lot of Land- J. Nimmo of Castle Forbes Bay
3660 Query to the Customs Department re. Location of a Parcel Sent from Hamburg- Henry Kennedy
3661 Correspondence re. Treatment of Dandelion Beers under the Beer Duty Act
3662 Correspondence re. Police on Duty in the Domain During the Stay of the French Man of War
3664 Correspondence re. the Wreck Return for the Stranding of the S. S. "Flinders" on the Mussel Rock at the River Mersey
3666 Correspondence re. Dredging the Turning Basin at Latrobe
3667 Correspondence re. Enquiries into the Number of Billiard and Bagatelle Tables in Westbury re. Licensing
3668 Revised Telegraph Regulations- Press Rates on Messages Within Tasmania and others
3669 Reinvestment of Deposits re. Wynyard Harbour and Green Ponds Railway
3672 Request for Drawback of Customs Duty on Imported Hops- Samuel Fryer
3673 Offer of Services as a Photographer- J. Anson
3674 Maintenance and Repairs to the Beacons at Shipwrights Point
3675 Obstruction on the Road from Ouse to Marlboro
3678 Establishment of a Post and Telegraph Office at Forth
3679 Query re. Continued Use of the Meeting Room at Launceston- The Chamber of Commerce
3682 Correspondence and Petitions re. the Telegraph Office at Dundas
3685 Proposed Loan for the Improvement of Ulverstone Streets- J. Wright
3686 Request for a Supply of Messers McDonald, Smith and Company's Patent Map Stand from the Under Treasurer
3688 Correspondence re. the Intercolonial Mail Service
3689Correspondence re. the Water Supplies of Hobart and Launceston
3690 Sales at the Hobart Stock Exchange re. Mining Shares Offered for Sale by an Unlicensed Person
3691 Complaint About Charges Made on Re-directed Letters- The Launceston Chamber of Commerce
3692 Correspondence re. the Licence of the Woodbanks Hotel near Parattah- James Johnston Proprietor
3697 Correspondence re. Customs Seizures- Case of Cigars from G. Brown and 3 Cases of Tin Plates- Wright Brothers
3698 Report on the Stranding of the Brigantine "Sarah and Mary" Whilst Leaving Shag Bay
3699 Correspondence re. the Licence for the Telegraph Hotel (James Johnston Proprietor) and other Public Houses at St. Helens
3702 Defence Estimates for the Year 1891
3705 Regulations re. Explosives
3706 The Need for a Bonding Shed at Ulverstone- Alfred Pillinger (Minister of Lands and Works)
3707 Correspondence re. The National Bank of Tasmania at Wynyard re. Stamp Duty
3708 Correspondence re. Customs Duties on Musical Instruments and Plate
3710 Correspondence re. The Collector of Revenue's Failure to Account for Public Money Received from James M. Clarke- Secretary to the Salmon Commissioners
3713 Erection of a Light on the Wharf at Strahan
3714 Correspondence re. Hansard Transcripts and the Arguments Used at the Proposals for Federation- Edward Greville- Editor of the Year Book of Australia
3716 Correspondence re. The Real and Personal Estates Duties and Deposit Owed by the Equitable Life Assurance Society
3717 Spirits Seized by Customs from the Schooner "John and Mary"- Return to Owner Upon Payment of Fine and Duty
3718 Cheques Drawn by the Municipal Council of Green Ponds
3719 Payment of Land Tax- A. Gemmell
3720 Correspondence re. Landing of a Pauper Family from the "Flinders"
3721 Request for Copied of the Asset Role- the Hamilton Municipal Council
3722 Correspondence re. Proposals for a Uniform International System of Buoyage
3723 Correspondence re. Life Saving Appliances
3724 Beadle to the Minister of Lands and Works- S. W. Westbrook
3729 Reception of a Pension from the Indian Revenues while Employed by a Colonial Government- Colonel Bernard
3734 Complaint Against the Telegraph Department- Non-Delivery of Message- Sir W. L. Dobson
3735 Enquiry into the Alleged Misconduct or Drunkenness of John Fallen- A Certified Engineer of the S. S. "Minx"
3736 Condition of the Stone Wall at the Rear of the Military Stores at Hobart
3737 Erection of a Powder Magazine at Strahan
3739 Fine of 5 pounds Inflicted Upon Mr Glascott- Local Manager of the Silver Prince Prospecting Association- for Delay in the Registration of the Increase of the Company's Capital
3740 Correspondence re. the Powder Magazine at Don
3741 Correspondence re. Mr P. Allison's Claim to the Position of Manager of the Electric Telegraph Department at Launceston
3342 Fine for Goods Seized by Customs from Messers J. R. Blundstone and Son
3745 Correspondence re. Occupation of the Customs House at Leith
3751 Correspondence re. Seizure of Cigars from the Schooner "Oonah"
3752 Appointment of James Sawers as Tide Waiter at Port Esperance Customs
3753 Correspondence re. Mr A. S. Phillips' Auctioneers Licence- H. Pratt
3754 Resolutions of a Meeting of the Boundaries Board of Advice
3755 Correspondence re. the Establishment of a Powder Magazine at Zeehan- Zeehan Progress Committee
3757 Piling Works in Connection with Land Reclamation at the Rear of the Slaughter Yard at Hobart- Hobart Marine Board
3759 Request that His Contract at the Bonding Warehouse be Transferred to His Son- Thomas Johnson
3760 Request for the Establishment of a Petroleum Store at Hobart- Hobart Marine Board
3762 New Customs and Post Office Buildings at Strahan
3764 Request that Machine for the Destruction of Codlin Moths and others be Excluded from Customs Duties- Samuel Lowe
3768 Correspondence re. Deputation to the Treasurer of the Discharged Prisoners Society
3769 Request for a Government Loan to Complete the Emu Bay Breakwater- Table Cape Marine Board
3770 Notification of Warden Crawford's Resignation- Leven Marine Board
3771 Correspondence re. the Audit of the Hobart Fruit Board 1889-90 Accounts- W. Lovett (Auditor General)
3775 Correspondence re. the Stranding of the Ketch Promise Near Port Sorell Point
3776 Regulations in Connection with the Civil Service Guarantee Fund (New Zealand)
3779 Correspondence re. Dividends Payable by the Scotia Tin Mining Company
3779 Correspondence re. Stamp Duties Payable Under the Merchant Shipping Act of 1854
3781 Customs Seizure of a Package of Cigars Imported by J. C. Bushman and their Return to Owner Upon Payment of Duty and Fine
3782 Appointment of Vivian D. Elliston as a Collector of Stamp Duties
3782 Appointment of E. L. Hall as Collector of Stamp Duties at Zeehan
3782 Appointment of A. G. Dixon as Collector of Stamp Duties
3793 Correspondence re. Government Advance to the Zeehan Fire Brigade
3794 Correspondence re. Marine Life Saving Appliances and others
3795 Request that the Full Shipment of Bottles Imported by Messers C. E. Knight be Released from Customs- Robert Allport
3796 Publication of Government Advertisements in the Mercury Newspaper- George Rex
3797 Request for Drawback of Customs Duties on an Imported Phaeton- Anglesea Highett
3799 Request for Refund of Customs Duties Charged on an Imported Buggy- Thomas Cunningham
3818 Correspondence re. the Collision of the Fishing Smack "Secret" and the Steam Ship "Devon"
3813 Payment of Treasury Bills to the Value of 550 000 pounds and 800 000 pounds
3812 Proposal for an Additional Light House on the North West Coast
3811 Request for the Establishment of a Telephone at the Trevallyn Police Office- The Trevallyn Town Board
3810 Closure of the Devonport Technical School- D. Cocker
3810 Correspondence re. Course in Agricultural Chemistry to be Taught at the Launceston Technical School
3806 Amendment of "The Marine Board Act 1889"- Alteration of Light Dues for Coasting Vessels
3807 Correspondence re. the Handing Over of Land at the Hobart Barracks to the Hobart Bowling Club
3819 Establishment of a Post and Telegraph Office at Richmond
3822 Executive Councils Minute Papers from May 18th 1891
3826 Report on the Operators Room at the Hobart Telephone Office- Doctor Giblin
3823 Complaint about Decision re. Rate of Customs Duties to be Levied on Pain Killers- H. J. Gould (Homeopathic Chemist at Hobart)
3824 Complaint about the Detention of Imported Tea (Delay in Tea Sampling)- E Hawson - Secretary of the Chamber of Commerce at Hobart
3825 Correspondence re. Request for Information about Government Powder Magazines- Messers Macfarlane Brothers
3827 Request for Payment of Outstanding Government Accounts- Messers Douglas and Collins
3828 Application for a Loan of 4000 pounds to Secure Lands near Exeter- Henry Martin
3829 Request for Payment of Government Account- Henry Button- Launceston Examiner
3830 Correspondence re. Phillips- Auctioneer on the North West Coast- Selling Without a Licence
3831 Application for a Free Pass on the Railway- The Master Warder of the Circular Head Marine Board
3832 Correspondence re. the Detention of the P. S. "Monarch" at Bridgewater Bridge
3834 Correspondence re. Request for a Steam Ship for the Hobart Marine Board
3836 Correspondence and Documentation re. Irregularities in the Hobart Post Office Accounts and Subsequent Resignations
3844 Correspondence re. the Wreck of the Ketch "Gleaner"
3857 Enquiry into the Collision of the S. S. "Koonya" and the S. S. "Pioneer" on the West Coast of Tasmania
3866 Request for Improvements to the Customs House Shed at Morrison Street Hobart- C. Piesse and Company
3867 Application for Postage Stamps (Stamp Collecting)- Ronald H. Savory (London)
3869 New By-Law to Reduce Wharfage Dues Paid on Coir Fibre- Hobart Marine Board
3873 Correspondence re. Lieutenant Colonel Harman's Appointment as an Artillery Officer
3877 Correspondence re. The International Union for the Publication of Customs Tariffs
3878 Offer of Sale of Wire Netting for Protection Against Rabbits- J. C. Whittles and Company
3880 Correspondence re. Liquidation of the Bank of Van Diemen's Land
3881 Proposed Government Grant to the Royal Geographical Society of Australasia
3887 Erection of New Post and Telegraph Offices at Bellerive
3892 Correspondence re. Inconvenience Caused by Absences of the Chief Inspector of Machinery
3895 Correspondence re. the Erection of a Camp at the Entrance of the Latrobe Post Office- Latrobe Chamber of Commerce
3899 Correspondence re. John Ryan of Hobart Using a Still Without a Licence
3900 Correspondence re. the Wharfage Rate on Empty Tar Drums
3901 Fixed Deposit of 5000 pounds- The Tasmanian Permanent Executioners and Trustees Association Limited
3902 Query re. Customs Duty Levied on Books- Messers W. J. Schmidt and Gelbrecht (Germany)
3903 Correspondence re. the French Postal Convention
3904 Correspondence re. Customs Seizures
3910 Proposed Recreation Ground at Penguin
3911 Establishment of a Marine Board at Strahan- Wharfs, Railway Wharf, Appointments, Funds, By Laws and others
3911 Establishment of a Marine Board at Strahan- Wharfs, Railway Wharf, Appointments, Funds, By Laws and others
3912 Correspondence re. Auctioneers Licence- Mr Brown- Managing Director of the Tasmanian Pastoral Agricultural and Agency Company
3913 Certificates to Engineers for Coastal Steam Service
3918 Erection of a Post and Telegraph Office at Bothwell
3923 Proposed New Bridge Over the River Derwent at Bridgewater
3924 Request for a Duplicate Cheque- C. J. Hughes- Cabinet Maker, Undertaker and Builder at Scottsdale
3932 Correspondence re. Tender for the Bridgewater Bridge Contract- Finlay and Watchorn (Solicitors) on Behalf of John Duffy of Hobart
3932 Request for Information on Military Regiments with Bands in Tasmania- George Potter and Company- General Manufacturers of Military and Musical Instruments
3933 Correspondence re. Survey of the River Tamar
3933 Correspondence re. the Australasian Auxiliary Squadron
3936 Request for Refund of Customs Duties Paid on Importation of Silk Handkerchiefs- P. O. Fysh and Company
3937 Correspondence re. an Overdraft to the Hobart Marine Board
3940 Correspondence re. Friction Between the Commandant and Commander of the Hobart Batteries
3942 Recommendations of the Hobart Chamber of Commerce re. the Telephone Service-
3947 Reimbursement of Costs Incurred by Members' of the House of Assembly- Cases of Sir Edward Braddon and Mr Frederick Shaw
3951 Appointment and Salary of Postmaster and Operator at Gordon- H. R. Barnett
3953 Correspondence re. Gravelly Beach Esplanade
3955 Proposed Pier for the Ferry "Kangaroo" and Road to Hunter Street Hobart- Hobart Marine Board
3960 Payment of Fixed Deposit- The New Dundas Tramway Company
3961 Correspondence re. the Universal Postal Union and Specimen Stamps
3970 Query as to Whether Bank of England Notes are Legal Tender in Tasmania- James Wilson
3971 Request for a Licence for a Condenser (Still) to be Used for Pharmaceutical Work- J. W. Joplis
3972 Proclamation re. the Boundaries of the Blackwall Jetty
3973 Proposed Alterations tat the Supreme Court for the Hobart Telegraph Office
3974 By-Law No. 8 re. Position and Powers of the Deputy Harbour Master- Hobart Marine Board
3976 By-Law No. 35 re. Wharfage Rates on Coir Fibre- Launceston Marine Board
3977 Correspondence re. Zeehan Railway and Wharfage at Strahan
3979 Delay at public Works Office in Passing Accounts on for Payment
3980 Supervision of Electric Light Installations on Steamships and Request for a Copy of the Suggestions of the Committee of Lloyds Register of British Shipping- Launceston Marine Board
3982 Correspondence re. Missing Receipts sent by Mr Frost of England by Registered Mail
3984 Request for Postage Stamps (Stamp Collecting)- J. G. Colmer (London)
3985 Request for Telephone Communication Between Two Houses in East and West Strahan- J. J. Gaffney
3986 Query re. Location of Microscope and Fittings Sent from Sydney- A. S. Olliff
3987 Correspondence re. Deposits in the New South Wales Treasury
3988 Applications to the Government Printing Office for the Position of Messenger and Appointment of A. J. Wills
3989 Correspondence re. the Hobart Regatta Association and Regatta Day
3990 Correspondence re. Information to be Included in the Tasmanian Year Book
3991 Missing Receipt for Land Payment- G. C. Hesketh
3992 Correspondence re. The Brighton- Apsley Railway- Messers Jones and Atherton's Assignment and Award
3996 Correspondence re. the Use of Franks on Postal and Telegraph Services
3999 Correspondence re. the Intercolonial Postal Conference Brisbane 1893
4000 Erection of a Bonding Store (McKenzie's) at Launceston Customs
4001 Provision for the Personal Expenses of the Travelling Inspector of Post and Telegraph Officers
4011 Correspondence re. The Post and Telegraph Office at Stanley
4012 Government Loan for the Longford Water Works
4014 Request for a Pass for the Railways to Carry out Research on the Workings of the Tasmanian Civil Service- Will Robertson- Secretary of the Queensland Civil Service Board
4024 Establishment of a Steamship Line Between Australia and Vancouver Island
4026 Correspondence re. Dispute Between E. E. Johnston (Acting Postmistress) and Miss McDonald over Remuneration for Services Performed at the Ulverstone Post and Telegraph Office
4027 Complaint About the System in Use for Charging Light Dues on Coasting Vessels in Tasmania from Launceston Ship Captains
4028 Agreement for the Sale of Lord's Corner (Hobart) to the Government- Messers Finlay and Watchchorn
4029 Correspondence re. Complaint from the Postmaster at New Norfolk re. Being Charged Water Rates
4030 Government Loan to the Latrobe Water Trust
4031 Correspondence re. Customs Duties and Wharfage Charged on a Cargo of Pine Imported on the Barque "Harfruen"
4032 Proposed Erection of a Public Hall and Library at Kingston by the Kingston Detachment of the Auxiliary Force- Lieutenant J. M. Fraser
4033 Request for a Volunteer Clerk and Dissatisfaction with Clerk on Trial- C. Honey- Mr Lord- Chief Clerk at the Hobart Money Order and Savings Bank Office and General Post Office
4034 Memorandum re. Repairs to the Torpedo Boat
4036 Unstamped Drafts Issued by the National Bank of Tasmania
4039 Correspondence re. the Waratah and Zeehan Railway
4040 Request for a Copies of the Agricultural Bill to Form a Central Council and Local Bodies of Agriculture- R. Blackwood (Director of the Department of Agriculture Sydney)
4041 Forwarded List of Unpaid Accounts- Hedley Button (Stationery Contractor)
4042 Enquiry into the Collision Between to S. S. "Wybia" and the Ketch "Secret" in the River Tamar
4045 Enquiry into the Stranding of the S. S. "Rotomahan" in the River Tamar
4049 Correspondence re. The Recorder of Title Advertisements and Advertisements for 1892
4050 Report on the Stranding of the Barque "Harriet McGregor'
4051 Report of a Lost Cheque and Request for a Duplicate- Messers G. and A. Ellis (Importers and General Merchants at the Leven Stores in Ulverstone)
4056 Correspondence with the Australian Rights Purchase Association Ltd. re. Deposit of 1000 pounds
4057 Appointment of Reverend E. H. Thompson as Government Entomologist and Resolutions of the Derwent Valley Fruit Growers Association
4058 Request for Remission of 5 pound Fine Imposed for Contraventions of the Licensing Act- J. Wiseman
4059 Telegram re. Public Meeting in relation to an Antarctic Expedition
4060 Request that a Holiday to be Called for all Public Offices at Devonport for the Annual Friendly Societies Demonstration- Secretary of the Friendly Societies Demonstration at West Devonport
4061 Correspondence re. the Establishment of the Zeehan School of Mines
( found between 4061 & 4062 )Correspondence re. Deferred Deposit Instalment from the Colonial Bank of Australasia Ltd.
(found between 4061 & 4062) Agreement Between the Government and the Peninsular and Oriental and Orient Steam navigation Companies for the Conveyance of Mails to London
4062 Correspondence re. the Export of Butter
4062 Correspondence re. the Council of Agriculture
4063 Enquiry into the Wreck of the Brigantine "Circe" at Macquarie Harbour Heads
4065 Request for Payment of the 350 pound Gratuity to the Family of the Late Vernon Midwood- Claude W. Midwood
4066 Request that Chinese Opera Proposing to Visit Tasmania by Exempt from Poll Tax- James Ah Catt
4067 Correspondence re. Payment of Public Service Salaries- The Manager of the Commercial Bank
4068 Request for a Supplementary Estimate to Provide for Temporary Assistance to Albert Sergeant (Clerk) in the Long Room at the Hobart Customs House- Edward Bones
4071 Correspondence re. Forwarded Copies of the Tasmanian Post Office Directory from H. Wise and Company
4072 Query re. Customs Duty Classification of Tinned Red Herrings- C. H. Smith and Company
4073 Correspondence re. Treasury Salary Account
4083 Complaint About Rent Charged on Goods Held in the Bonded Store- Rosenthal Aronson and Company
4086 Estimate and Specifications to Repair the Tower Clock at the Launceston Post and Telegraph Office- Henry Daly
4087 Request for Remission of Customs Duty on a Fire Engine Imported for Use at Zeehan- Marsh Brother
4088 Notification of Photos Arrived at the Hobart Wharf for the Minister of Defence- F. H. Wise
4090 Correspondence re. Treasury Bills
4102 Wharfage Rates Charged on Galvanised Iron- Leven Marine Board
4100 The Chicago Exhibition (File Empty)
4101 Request for Duplicate Cheque- J. W. Parker
4096 Lease of Land to The Anglo-Australian Guano Company by the Hobart Marine Board
4098 Correspondence re. Proposed Treaty of Reciprocity Between Victoria and Tasmania and the Importation of Victorian Wines at a Lower Rate of Duty- D. Fergus Scott
4095 Request for Refund on Licence for Brewing Hop Beer- W. I. Thrower
4103 Offer of Smokeless Gunpowder- Macfarlane Brothers and Company
4104 Returned Cheques Drawn by A. H. Boyd
4106 Correspondence re. Form of Treasury Cheques
4112 Correspondence re. Customs at King Island
4113 Marine Boards re. Exemption of Customs Duties on Light House Stores
4117 Construction of the Torpedo Jetty at Hobart
4122 The Office of Stores- Delay in Dealing With Accounts- W. Penny
4125 Drainage at the Government Stores at the New Wharf Hobart
4132 Correspondence re. Master's Request that Cargo Aboard the Barque "Lavia' be Moved to the Wharf Shed Without Being Charged Wharfage Rates
4133 Delay in Dealing with Cheques- The National Bank
4136 Complaint Against Customs Classification of Red Herrings as Dried Foods- D. Ingles
4137 Complaint About Delay in Payment of Account by Customs Department- A. W. Mayhead (Bookseller and Stationer)
4138 Correspondence re. Authority from Colonel St. Hill to Receive Annual Moiety as a Member of the House of Assembly- The Manager of the Union Bank of Australia Limited
4139 Correspondence re. Mail Boats Running on Monday and Thursday- The Launceston Chamber of Commerce
4140 Payment of L. Martini for Work Done at the East Station at Strahan- Crisp and Crisp (Solicitors)
4141 Pensions Paid in Respect of Other Colonies
4142 Campbelltown Water Trust
4141 Enquiry into the Stranding of the Schooner "Florence" in the Duck River
4143 Loan of a Flag to the Geeveston Rifle Company
4143 Loan of a Flag to the Mercantile Rowing Club
4146 Correspondence re. the Tasmanian International Exhibition Hobart 1894-95
4149 Vote for Harbour Improvements- Launceston Marine Board
4151 By-Laws Passed by the Launceston Marine Board
4155 Duty and Wharfage on Coal- Union Steam Ship Company of New Zealand
4158 Quarantine- Inspection of Vessels Entering Tasmania for Smallpox, Cholera and Measles
4161 Complaint About Customs Duty Levied on Fire Poof Lathing- The Expanded Metal Company Ltd.
4162 Treatment of Goods in the Queen's Warehouse Hobart- J. M. McKenzie and Company
4163 Query re. Whether Underslating for Waterproofing May be Admitted Free of Customs Duty- J. B. W. Woolliough
4165 Enquiry into the Stranding of the S. S. Flinders at the Entrance to the River Forth
4166 The Office of Taxes- Opening Time for Public Payments
4167 Carriage of Mail Between Hobart and Strahan
4168 Payment of Huddart Parker and Company Line for Carriage of English Mails Between Launceston and Victoria
4169 The Civil Service Superannuation Fund
4170 Request for payment of Accounts- G. Shields (Fuel and Produce Merchant)
4171 Reporting that the S. S. "Wybia" was Sent to Circular Head in Case a Vessel was in Distress of the North West Coast- The Master Warder at Launceston
4172 Correspondence re. the Swing Bridge Over the Entrance to the Victoria Dock at Hobart
4173 Correspondence re. Yearly Finances- Revenue and Expenditure of the Consolidated Reserve
4174 Hobart Marine Board By-Laws- Forwarded for Publication in the Gazette
4175 Bonus Paid on Fruit Exported from Victoria
4176 Request for Remittance of Customs Duty on an Imported Telescope-Secretary of the Young Men's Christian Association at Launceston
4178 Correspondence re. The Dredger "Jupiter' Constructed for the Government of New South Wales
4179 Request for a Voucher to the Value of 40 pounds in Favour of Messers Chidzey and Couplin- Barry C. Boys
4183 Correspondence re. the Position of Colonial Storekeeper and Retirement of W. Huxtable
4184 Correspondence re. Supposed Rock off Eddystone Point
4185 Report on Whirlpool Rock at the River Tamar (Shipping Hazard)
4186 Request that the Tariff on Beut Wood and others for Wheelwrights and Carriage Builders be Brought into Line with other Colonies- Adams Griffiths and Dudley
4187 Correspondence re. The Glenorchy Water Trust
4192 Circular re. the Regulations Concerning the Importation of Contagious Diseases into the Netherlands East Indies- W. Crosby
4195 Launceston Harbour Improvements- Occupation of Pig Island in the River Tamar-Launceston Marine Board
4196 Correspondence re. House of Assembly Resolution to Change the Tariff Reducing Customs Duties
4201 The Interest Rate of The Assurance Fund of the Real Property Act
4207 Disposal of 5000 pounds Available for Investment at the Post Office Savings Bank
4208 Enquiry into the Stranding of the Schooner "Enterprise" at Forth Heads North West Coast
4209 Acceptance of Mr Pearce's Tender for the Purchase of the Schoolhouse at Bridgewater
4210 Ship Building- Request that the Government Cover Costs for the Measurement of a Vessel Under Construction at Devonport- J. C. Taylor and Company
4211 Inspection of Fruit Prior to Export to the United Kingdom- Recommendation of the Launceston Chamber of Commerce
4215 Insurance of Government Buildings
4213 Query re. Eligibility to Stand for Election to the Bellerive Town Board as a Civil Servant- W. Benson
4215 Request to Have Government Pension Paid Monthly- R. Harper Willis
4216 Complaint About Demands for Payment of Police Rates (Taxes)- John Medwin (Black River)
4220 Petition from Residents of Franklin for the Revaluation of Property in that District for Taxation Purposes
4221 Warrants for Yachts Belonging to Yacht Clubs in Australia
4222 Order from W. H. E. Packer for Payment for the Rental of Premises at Sandy Bay by the Government- A Haywood (Secretary of the Equitable Building Society Launceston)
4223 Payment of Lindsay Tulloch for the Supply of Bread to the Government at Launceston under the Contract Held by W. G. Porter
4228 Correspondence re. Government Pensions
4231 Request for Leave of Absence from the Launceston Customs House and Subsequent Retirement- J. W. Campbell
4235 Request for Revaluation of Goods Held at the Launceston Bonded Warehouse- J. Stanfield
4239 Outstanding Treasury Accounts- J. Brickhill
4245 Application to Borrow 12000 pounds- Hobart Marine Board
4246 Request for Permission to Lease Sheds on the Wharf- Launceston Marine Board
4251 Construction of a Floating Dock and Financial Difficulties of the Board Leading to an Application for an Overdraft from the Bank and Request that the S. S. "Wybia" Stand as Security- Launceston Marine Board
4252 Correspondence re. Private Bills
4253 Request for Remission of Customs Duties Levied on Surveyors Instruments- N. Prentice
4254 Customs Duty Levied on Kerosene and Destruction of Kerosene for Lighting Purposes- Alfred Wright
4255 Report of Sly Grog Shops at Forest- Reverend H. O'Sullivan
4256 Correspondence re. Notices to Mariners- The Secretary of State
4257 Request for Telephone Communication with Sprent from Ulverstone with no Additional Charges- Doctor J. McCall
4258 Need for a School at Stowport- J. Atkins
4259 Request for Refund of Customs Duty Paid on Special Wine Suction Hose- J. Cook and Son Ltd.
4260 Request for More Time to Pay Land Taxes- C. J. Holloway
4266 Customs Seizure from A. Mason- Smuggling Cigars Aboard the S. S. "Rimutaka" from New Zealand
4267 Goods Shed at Kindred Siding- Robert Scott
4268 Request that New Employment be Found for Patrick Flanaghan- Discharged from the Railton Railway Gang- S. J. Oliver
4269 Direct Telegraphic Communication Throughout the Empire- The Agent General
4270 Request for Improvement of the Road to Allison- Reuben Rockliff
4271 Order for an Account from A. J. French to be Paid to J. Gunn- J. B. Waldron
4272 Complaint About Rate of Land Tax Levied on Property Purchased at Oatlands- J. G. Stansfield
4273 Request for Information on the Grant of Land to H. St. Clair and H. Jones- Martin and Hobkirk (Solicitors)
4274 Compliant Against Customs- Duty Levied on Parcel of Cream of Tartar- C. H. Smith and Company
4275 Bruny Island Mail Service- Doctor E. L. Crowther
4276 Payment of Salary to Sir R. G. C. Hamilton- Commercial Bank Ltd.
4277 Request to Import Items of Personal Baggage Free of Customs Duty Months After Arrival- W. G. Roberts
4278 Recommendation to Increase the Height of the Signal Staff and Relocate the Lightening Conductor on the Launceston Post Office- S. Sutton (Mayor)
4279 Outstanding Claims Against Launceston Customs- J. and W. Stewart
4280 Customs Officer at Spring Bay- F. Mace (Warden)
4282 Request that a Residential Tax be Placed on Chinese Settlers- W. J. Lloyd (Steam Cabinet Works)
4281 Set of Postage Stamps for L. A. Dent (Stamp Collecting)- A. G. Webster
4283 Request for Certificate for Land Brought by Fannie McRae at Regents Plains for Registration of the Mortgage- Russell Young and Son (Solicitors)
4284 Application for a Copy of the Arbitration Act- J. Nimmo
4285 Support for the Proposed Gun Tax- A. McDowall
4286 Complaint About the Distribution of Government Advertisements Among the Newspapers- J. Brickhill
4287 Retirement of the Government Printer Mr Strutt
4288 Application for Appointment as Customs House Agents at Burnie Emu Bay- Messer Hall and Bell
4289 Application for the Position of Post Master at Launceston- J. E. Bennison
4290 Missing Letters- E. Plunkett
4291 Complaint About Land Taxes- A. J. Cox
4292 Request for Refund of Customs Duty Paid on Woolpacks- C. H. Smith and Company
4293 Petition Against Proposed Alterations to Customs Arrangements at Penguin and Dismissal of Officer
4294 Taxation of English Banks Trading in Tasmania- Owen C. Williams
4295 Suspension of Treasury Accounts Owing to J. J. Muir- Mr Stephens
4296 Sale of De Saxe's "The Wife's Sure Friend" (Contraceptive Treatment) in Tasmania (Includes Pamphlet)- Hatton and Laws
4297 Rent of Room at the Customs House in Launceston- Cocker and Ockerby
4299 Rent of Goods of E. C. Nicholl's Held in Bond- J. Hammond
4300 Petition re. the Jetsonville and Ellesmere Mails- S. Hawkes
4301 Increased Postal Facilities in the North Motton/Ulverstone District- Doctor McCall
4302 Quantity of Ore Exported from Strahan- A. Morrisby (Chairman of the Zeehan Town Board)
4303 Query re. the Rate of Reduction Proposed Under the Retrenchment Scheme- A. J. W. Downie (Warden at New Norfolk)
4304 Applications for the Position of Messenger and others at the Launceston Customs House
4305 W. Henry's Offer to Undertake to Customs Duties as Landing Waiter at Ulverstone at Decreased Pay if Allowed to Retain Deputy Registrar and other Staff- A. G. Dixon
4306 Forwarded from the Agent General- Copies of Explanatory Notes on Application of Tables of Freeboard and others and Regulations Under the Merchants Shipping Act 1890
4307 Correspondence re. Free Telephone Lines in Hobart
4308 Report of the Death of the Keeper of the Powder Magazine Hulks- G. Lowe- and Applications for the Vacant Position
4312 Correspondence re. the Post Office Act
4313 Erection of a Goods Shed- The Mersey Marine Board
4313.5 Application from the Warden at Ross for Loan of 1000 pounds for the Erection of a Town Hall
4314 Change of Name of the Town of Ellesmere to Scottsdale- S. Hawkes
4315 Correspondence re. Fine in Relation to the Public House Licence Held by A. Maddox at Scottsdale
4319 Complaint About Delay in Goods Passing Through Customs- P. O. Fysh and Company
4320 Request to Relet the Ferry Service Running Between the Town Pier and the Inveresk Steps- Launceston Marine Board
4322 Correspondence re. Civil Service Deductions
4323 Petition for an Enquiry into Damage at the Strahan Wharf and Suit of the Owners of the S. S. "Bellinger"-
4324 Correspondence re. Loan of 600 pounds- Queenborough Town Board
4327 Correspondence re. the Hobart Tramway Company
4332 Correspondence re. Amalgamation of the Post and Telegraph Office
4333 Correspondence re. Bond Signed by Captain Carrington of the "Coogee" on Account of Providing Passage to Tasmania of a Know Lunatic- William A. Archer- Huddart Parker and Company
4335 Amendment of the Marine Boards Act and the Leasing of Ferries- Mersey Marine Board
4334 Request for a Duplicate Receipt- the Bank of Van Diemens Land
4338 Enquiry into the Foundering of the S. S. "Meteor" off the Mouth of the Cam River
4339 Application for Position of Land Assessor- Thomas P. Cowle Junior
4340 Correspondence re. Amendment of the Marine Boards Act
4341 Request for Duplicate Receipts- Messers B. H. Pascoe and D. W. Lewin (The Equitable Life Assurance Society)
4342 Resolution for the Need for an Extra Shed on the Wharf at Hobart Customs for Examining Goods- W. Crosby
4343 Complaint About Taxes on Shipyards in the Domain at Hobart0 The Honourable A. W. Gregor
4344 Appointment of Junior Clerk at Hobart Customs in Consequence of the Death of Captain Westbrook
4345 Complaint re. Rejection of Tender for Coal from Jerusalem- W. E. Baynton
4346 Payment Due to Mail Contractor S. Page- J. Peck
4347 Reduction in Pay of Officers Employed at the Launceston Marine Board
4348 Application for Leave of Absence- J. E. Hewitt
4352 Transfer of the Lithographic Department to the Government Printing Department
4353 Correspondence re. Town Boards
4354 Correspondence re. Mrs E. Gorrie's- Widow of the Lighthouse Keeper at Goose Island- Claim for Compensation from the Hobart Marine Board
4355 Erection of a Paper Mill in Tasmania- Roland Ladelle
4356 Complaint About Duty Charged in Iron Bars- E. Grant (Manager of the East Coast Harbour and Coal Mining Company No Liability)
4357 Request for Refund of All Monies Collected- Zeehan Town Board
4358 Request for Statement of Sinking Fund in Connection with Loan Raised by Board- Launceston Marine Board
4359 Request for Government Loan to Repair Public Buildings- Carnarvon Town Board
4360 Payment of Mary Lydia Green's New Zealand Pension- Union Bank of Australia at Latrobe
4361 Petition Against the Removal of Post and Telegraph Office from West Strahan
4364 Fixed Deposit Due From the Mount Lyell Mining and Railway Company (File Empty)
4365 Instructions to Surveyors re. Surveys of Road Line and others- The Agent General
4362 Correspondence re. J. East of Railton Public House Licence Fee- E. M. Aikenhead (Chairman of the Mersey Licensing Board)
4366 Application for Extension of Time in Compiling the Valuation Roll for Macquarie- The Superintendent of Police at Strahan
4368 Complaints About Land Taxes- Messers Hogg and Sons and Mr French
4369 Query re. 10 Shilling Costs Paid into the Crown Solicitors Office- J. G. Mitchell
4370 Request for Information on the Revenue of Tasmania- F. H. Bruford
4371 Rate of Exchange on Cheques- The Commercial Bank of Tasmania
4372 Disposal of Money Raised by Subscription in 1859 for the Son of a Boatman in Service- The Launceston Marine Board
4373 Correspondence re. the Stranding of the Barque "Freetrader" in New Zealand
4375 Steam Service Between Australia and Canada
4377 Correspondence re. Money Order Account with Hong Kong
4379 Application for Government Loan- Leven Marine Board
4382 Proclamation re. the Boundaries of Certain Wharves- Launceston Marine Board
4383 Orders from the House of Assembly re. The Stationery Contract Between the Government and Hedley Button
4384 Appointment of H. Hulme to the Position of Valuator to the Customs Department
4386 Amendment of the Rules and Regulations Governing Marine Boards- Alteration in the Mode of Election of Warders-
4387 Deficiencies in the Accounts of the Bonded Warehouse at Launceston Customs
4388 Enquiry into the Collision Between the S. S. "Pateena" and the S. S. "Warrentinna" in the River Tamar
4391 Plans for the Erection of Additional Sheds at the Argyle Street Pier- Hobart Marine Board
4393 Correspondence re. Money Order Fraud at Brighton by Rhoda Bux
4394 Construction of a New Pier for Steam Ferry Boats and Reconstruction of the Old Market Wharf- Hobart Marine Board
4396 Tenders for the Light House Service (Shipping of Stores and Supplies)- Hobart Marine Board
4397 Request for an Employment Testimonial From the Treasury Department- J. H. Bellion
4398 Goods Imported by C. Day and Error in Customs Publication in the Press- Douglas and Collins
4399 Compliant About Customs Duties Levied on Preserved Sugar- J. McKenzie and Company
4400 Application for Promotion- Henry L. D'Emden
4401 (2 Files) Correspondence re. Income Tax
4402 Correspondence re. Government Insurance Policy- Mutual Union and Cornwall Company and Burgess Brothers
4403 Complaints About Customs Duty Levied on Hudson's Extract of Soap- Burgess Brothers and Tulloch and Company and Government Analysis of Soap
4406 Correspondence with the Mount Lyall Mining and Rail Company- Construction of Line, Post and Telegraphic Communication and others
4407 Payment of State School Teachers in Cash- Colonel Cruickshank
4408 Proposed Recreation Ground at Scottsdale- Scottsdale Town Board
4409 Correspondence re. Government Loans- Zeehan Town Board
4410 Application for Government Loan- St. Helens Water Trust
4411 Vote for Road from the New Ground to East Devonport- Devonport Chamber of Commerce
4412 Suggestions for Customs Arrangements on the North West Coast- John Templar Senior
4413 Complaint Against Customs re. Valuation of Silver Plate and others- N. E. Bovill
4414 Request for Information on the Crown Lands Act- G. Waterhouse
4415 Report on Harness Imported by E. Wass- The Landing Waiter at Hobart Customs
4416 W. C. Wilson's Claim Against the Office of Taxes For Payment for Work Undertaken- Douglas and Collins (Solicitors)
4417 Changed Rates Levied on Sheep and Cattle Under the Stock Act- The Auditor General
4419 Request from the Treasurer that Number of Publications in the Gazette be Curtailed
4420 Correspondence re. Registered letter for R. M. Browne at Burnie- J. W. Norton Smith
4421 Request for Refund on a Hunting Licence- A. Fowler
4422 Complaint About Delay in Deciding Contract for Tea- McGregor Brothers
4423 R. Philpott's Licence Fee and Certificate- Deputy Clerk of the Peace at Kempton
4424 Request for Extension of Time to Pay Taxes- Mrs White
4425 Complaint About Police Officer at Circular Head Having to Perform Customs Duties Without Extra Pay- G. Anderson
4426 Request for Refund of Customs Duties Paid on Photographs- C. Jenson
4427 Request for Customs information on Goods Bonded at Ulverstone During 1891-92- Leven Marine Board
4428 Funds for the Deloraine Municipality Recreation Ground Trust- Council Clerk
4429 Request for Amendments to the Customs Act- W. K. Rathbun
4430 Notification of Intention to Publish a Weekly Newspaper at Deloraine- "The Deloraine- Westbury Advocate"- W. Jones
4431 Correspondence re. the Primage Duty- Salisbury's Foundry and Company Launceston
4432 Complaint About Customs Duties Charged on Level and Staff Borrowed From Melbourne- Henry Edgell of the Briseis Tin Mining Company
4433 Request for Refund of Customs Duty on Spirits Found to be Below Standard-Irvine McEachein
4434 Complaint About Customs Duties Charged on Ebonite- A. E. Evershed
4435 Request for Information on Marine Boards in Tasmania for the Government of Cape Colony- The Agent General
4436 Request to Use Old Telegraph Wire for Fencing- The Minister of Lands and Works
4437 Request for Copies of the Taxation Bill- Alfred Haywood (Secretary of the Equitable Building Society)
4438 Suggestion for the Creation of an Engine Drivers Certificate- J. W. Hudson
4439 Correspondence re. P. O. Fysh's Complaint About Different Rates of Duties Being Levied on Entering Vessels
4440 Complaint About Customs Duty Levied on Uncut Diamonds- M. McNamara
4441 Minimum Standard of Quality of Tea- The Government Analyst
4442 Correspondence re. Deeds for Land Handed over to Robert Hart by M. A. Englebert- Fred Hart
4443 Arrangements for Customs Duty Payable- Dodgshun Sons and Company
4444 Correspondence re. Customs Deposit Account
4445 Dispute with Launceston Customs Over Two Invoices- J. Bedggood and Company (Manufacturers and Importers of Boots and Shoes)
4446 Complaint About Land Taxes- Alex Logan
4447 Protest Against Reduction of Railway Rates to Launceston on Goods Arriving From Hobart on English Steamers- Launceston Marine Board
4448 Offer of Sale of Bicycles for Telegraph Runners to the Government- A. J. Golding
4449 Correspondence re. Loss of the Schooner "Maile"
4450 Application for Permission to Accept Collectorship of the Sandy Bay Spirit Board- F. V. Windsor- Office of Taxes
4453 Complaint About Missing Letter- Lily Woodgate
4454 Complaint About Non-Delivery of Letter Addressed to W. Hunt- A. J. Russell
4455 Complaint About Taxes Charged on Two Cottages at Hobart- G. Dean
4456 The Establishment of a Telephone Service at Zeehan
4457 Deputation to the Treasurer re. Aid to Deep Sinking Mining Plant at Mathinna- H. J. Wise of the New Golden Gate Gold Mining Company
4458 Payment of Police for Service in Connection with Valuation Rolls
4459 Correspondence re. Advertising Tasmania- The Tourists Association
4460 Recommendation for the Appointment of a Collector Under The Residence Areas Act for Lands Sold at Zeehan- J. Coombe
4461 Request that Shipping Reports be Posted at Latrobe Harbour- M. Nathan
4462 Complaint About Customs Duty Levied on Postage Stamps- B. Zelley
4463 Request for Information About the Tasmanian Fruit Trade- South Australian Chamber of Manufacturers
4464 Request for the Appointment of a Tide Waiter at Forth- Leven Marine Board
4465 Request for Information on the Treatment of War Ships in Port- The Honourable Chief Secretary of South Australia
4466 Complaint About the Importation of Highly Coloured and Acidified Vinegars Under Various Names- J. Erp and Sons
4464 Request for Information on the Value of Explosives Imported into Tasmania 1890- 1892- D. Fergus Scott
4468 Application for the Position of Assessor in the District of Burnie- Charles Kinch
4469 Offer to Rent Former Post and Telegraph Premises at Strahan- Edward Ward
4470 Request for a Decision on Tenders for Flour- Robert Walker and Company
4471 Correspondence re. Payment for the Public House Licence for the Saddlers Arms at Elizabeth Town- John Spicer
4472 Request for Refund of Fine Imposed for Not Having paid Public House Licence on Time- D. S. Rich
4473 Request for Refund of Customs Duty Paid on Mower Knife Grinders- W. Hart and Sons
4474 Correspondence re. Request for a Free Telephone- The Northern Tasmanian Cricket Association
4475 Request for Financial Statement of Interest Paid on Cost of Construction of Certain Rail Lines- F. Back- General Manager of the Tasmanian Government Railways
Query re. His Position in the Civil Service- Charles Mitchell
4477 Correspondence re. the Kerosene Store at Launceston
4478 Request for Rebate on Raw Oil Purchased Locally- Hobart Marine Board
4479 Complaint About the High Rateable Value of Property at Railton (Taxation)- J. Hayes
4480 Necessity of a Telephone Line to Abbotsham- H. McCulloch Forwarded by Doctor McCall
4481 Report on the Loss of Ketch "Sarah Ann"
4482 Treasurer's Offer of the Position of Agent General in London to Sir Robert Hamilton
4483 Request for Reduction in Telephone Fee for the Southern Tasmanian Cricket Association Line- E. Maxwell (Secretary)
4484 Unpaid Account re. Vouchers for the Destruction of Tasmanian Tigers- J. Davidson
4485 Request to Purchase Casks for Cider from the Government Stores- Tasman Morrisby
4486 Correspondence re. the North West Coast Exhibition
4487 Request that Articles for the Physical Laboratory of the University of Tasmania be Admitted Free of Customs Duty- Alex McAulay
4488 Query re. Customs Duty Levied on Manure Salt- J. Murdoch and Son on Behalf of W. R. Cave and Company of Adelaide
4489 Instructions re. Customs Duty on Supplies Invited by Tender for the Government
4490 Request for Refund of Customs Duties Paid on Wire Netting- C. H. Smith and Company
4491 Request for an Increased Drawback of Customs Duty on Jam to Account for an Increase in Printage Duty- Johnson Brothers and Company
4492 Request for Exemption of Customs Duty for "Caves Bisulphide Rabbit Killers"- A. Edward Evesshed
4493 Telegram re. Rockets Seen on the West Coast from Supposed Ship in Distress- Strahan Master Warden
4494 Appointment to the Board of Tenders- Hugh Hull
4495 Request for Information on the Manufacture of Tobacco in Tasmania- Jacobs Hart and Company of the Dominion Tobacco Works
4496 Request for Reconsideration of Custom Regulations Concerning Manufactured Tobacco- Lawrence and English
4497 Request for Duplicate Receipt for Monies Paid on Mineral Leases- W. Crosby and Company
4498 Offer of Sale of Buttons to the Government- Dempsters- Wholesale and Family Drapers in Launceston
4499 Correspondence and Petitions re. the Campbell Town and Swansea Mail Service
4500 Correspondence re. Arrival of Barque "Kassa" in New Zealand Overloaded
4501 Request for Information on the Tariff and Revenue Derived from Customs Duties- John Moule on Adelaide
4502 Complaint About Customs Duties Levied on "Soapene" (Pumice Stones), Quinine Wine and Primage Duty- D. and M. Ingles
4503 Complaint About Mr Barnett- Telegraph Operator at Gordon- John Dillon
4504 Request for Draft of Agreement of Sale or Rental of a Lease for Gold Mining- A. Thomas Phillips
4505 Correspondence re. Periodical Adjustment of the Intercolonial Account
4506 Request for Leave of Absence and Retirement of J. Mead- Mail Guard at Hobart
4507 Request for Refund of Customs Duties on Photographs- P. O. Fysh
4508 Closing Time of the Hobart Customs House- John Murdoch and Sons
4509 Request for Refund of Customs Duty on Optical Lantern- Reverend J. G. Wright
4511 Correspondence re. Loan to the Launceston Corporation for Electric Light and Water Services
4512 Correspondence with the Treasurer of Victoria re. the Dissolution of the Victorian Legislative Assembly in 1865
4513 Payment of Government Pension in New Zealand- Doctor J. H. Forte
4514 Removal of the Elizabeth Town Post Office
4515 Complaint About Customs Duties Levied on Artists Paint- Church and Goodall- Stationers
4516 Complaint About Delays in the Delivery of English Mail on the S. S. "Orizaba"- J. Walch and Sons
4517 Correspondence re. Statement Made by W. Crosby in the Legislative Council re. Secrets Leaking out of the Telegraph Department
4518 Request that Contributions to a Church Fair at Penguin be Admitted Free of Customs Duty- A. C. Cadle
4519 Request for Permission to Expend Funds on Eroding Dredges- Launceston Marine Board
4523 Premier's Correspondence re. Communications Addressed Direct to the Agent General from the Treasurer
4524 Account for Drawing up an Act of Parliament for the Regulation of Chinamen- J. J. Cahill
4525 Request to Import Spirit for the Manufacture of Toilet Soaps Free of Customs Duties- John Testro
4526 Lease of the Post and Telegraph Office at Kingston- George Lucas
4527 Payment of D. H. McGuire's Salary- The Government of Mauritius
4528 Request for Extension of Time to Pay Taxes- John Geeves
4529 Correspondence re. Public House Licences at Strahan
4530 Request for Refund of Customs Duties Paid on Engine Hose- R. E. Evesshed
4531 Request for Extension of Time to Pay Taxes- Alex Brock
4532 Complaint About Taxes being Levied on the Devon Cottage Hospital- C. W. Roberts
4533 Complaint About Customs Duties Levied on Booklets and Coloured Twine- L. Susman and Company
4534 Application for Position of Assessor at Glenorchy- Tasman Morrisby
4535 Royalty Levied on Pine re. Refusal of Mr Gaffney of Strahan to Pay
4536 Complaint About Stamp Duties Charged on Draft on the Admiralty- Paymaster oft H. M. S. "Lizard"
4544 Complaint About the Stores and Post Office Department's Failure to Order Fire Proof Iron Safes- H. K. Fysh and Company
4545 Complaint About Customs Duty Levied on Lengths of Huon Pine- Finlayson Brothers
4550 Complaint About Customs Duty Levied on a Stove- Messers Dodgshun Sons and Company
4551 Correspondence re. Captain Wavish's Exemption Certificate- Strahan Marine Board
4552 Request for Assistance in Bringing His Theory as the Payment of Interest Under the Notice of the English Government- Henry Martin
4554 Complaint About Excessive Land Tax- C. J. Harris of the "Times" Office at Burnie
4555 Correspondence re. the Survey of Kelso Bay at the River Tamar
4556 Customs Seizure of Jewellery Belonging to A. Weir- Robertson and Sons
4558 Correspondence re. A Fire at the Government Printing Offices
4560 Correspondence re. Government Account for the Transit of British and Foreign Mails- The Treasury Office of Victoria
4561 Complaint About the Absence of Customs Officers- Launceston Chamber of Commerce
4562 Report of Rocks off Snake Island in the D'Entrecasteaux Channel-Rear Admiral Bowden
4563 Preliminary Enquiry into the Wreck of the Ketch "Phantom" at Storehouse Island in the Bass Strait
4564 Closure of Special Deposit Account Number 3 at the Commercial Bank of Tasmania
4565 Petition from Residents re. Inconvenience Caused by the Hours for Closing the Mail at Port Esperance
4566 Proposed Removal of the Post and Telegraph Office at St. Leonards- J. Dodgshum
4567 Correspondence re. Deputation to the Treasurer from the Telegraph Operators Association- J. C. Weir (Secretary)
4568 Valuation of Property Owned by Christ's College Estate- H. L. D. D'Emden
4569 Enquiry into the Stranding of the S. S. "Herbert" on the Black Reef
4570 Petition from Residents in the Circular Head District re. the Retirement of C. Edwards as Postmaster and Telegraph Operator and Future Appointments- Messers C. Stackhouse and others
4571 Correspondence re. Timber Trade with England
4572 Correspondence re. Lease of a Lot of Land in the Parish of Fordington in Dorset- Messers D. and E. G. Cox
4573 Query re. Vote for Works Under 55 Vict No. 63- Launceston Municipal Council
(to be found between 4573 &4574)Correspondence re. Payments Due on Real Estate in Compton (Signature Illegible)
4574 Resolution Passed as to Grant in Aid to Police- Spring Bay Warden
4575 Request for Refund on Land Tax- C. J. Harris
4576 Request for Reconsideration of the Customs Duty Levied on Hemlock Extract- C. Piesse and Company
4577 Complaint re. Supply of Goods to the Public Service- R. Walker and Company
4578 Establishment of a New Business in Melbourne for the Shipping of Dairy Produce to London- E. Meadows
4579 Correspondence re. Return of Treasury Cheque Drawn in Favour of Henry McGinnis
4580 Request that Ruber Soles for Shoes be Made Exempt from Customs Duty- A. Edward Evershed
4581 Enquiry into the Foundering of the S. S. "Minx" on the North Coast of Tasmania
4582 Correspondence re. Analysis of Inferior Tea and Product of J. Baily and Company
4583 Request for Decision on Customs Duty to be Levied on Pineapples in Tins- Alfred Slater
4584 Enquiry into the Stranding of the S. S. "Banks Peninsula" on the North Point Reef
4585 Appointment of A. G. Dixon as Auditor of the Farmer's Cooperative Company
4587 Plans and others for a Proposed Fish Market on Franklin Wharf- Hobart Marine Board
Complaint about Land Tax- B. Reilly
4589 Request of Refund of Duty on Silver Plate- Minnie Levinge
4590 Application for a Free Telephone Line for the Magdalen House- Phillip Hennebry on Behalf of the Sisters of the Good Shepherd
4591 Complaint About Rejection of Tender for Leather- J. Cook and Son Limited
4592 Offer to Act as Agents for Trade Between Tasmania and South Africa- Malcomess and Company
4593 Request for Copies of Taxing Bills to be Sent to the Launceston Chamber of Manufacturers- S. J. Sutton
4594 Complaint About Rejection of Tender for Drugs- A. P. Miller
4597 Complaint About Customs Duty Charged on Copper Tubes- C. J. Whiffen
4598 Complaint About Fee Charged on a Public House Licence- J. Harris
4600 Discontinuation of Supply of Newspapers to the Treasury
4601 Complaint About Customs Duty Charged on Chemists Bottles- Hatton and Laws
4602 Offer of Clocks for Sale to the Government- P. C. Abbott
4603 A. Morley's Retrenchment From the Civil Service- J. W. Evans
4604 Publications Sent to Asher and Company of London- The Government Printer
4607 Vote to Supply Stationery to all Government Departments in 1894- Office of Stores
4609 Request for Refund of Customs Duty on an Organette Imported by Captain Stevenson of the Salvation Army- V. W. Brame
4610 Expenditure for 1894- The Government Printing Office
4611 Customs Duty Charged on Railway Chairs Imported by Peter and Son- Cocker and Ockerby
4612 Request for Copy of Account for Goods Landed at Hobart for Launceston 1891- 1893- Launceston Marine Board
4613 Applications for the Position of Messenger at the Officer of Stores
4614 Applications for the Position of Messenger at Hobart Customs
4615 Correspondence re. the Village or Land Settlement Scheme
4616 Abuse of Free Telegrams- J. Padman
4617 Valuation Assessment of Property Belonging to M. Paris at Sandfly
4618 Correspondence re. the Mail Service to Bruny Island- H. H. Gill
4619 Correspondence re. Request for a Telephone Line to Bruny Island
4620 Recommendation to Appoint an Agent in England to Supervise the Sale of Fruit Shipments- Doctor Benjafield
4621 Request that the Rabbit Poison "Toxa" be Made Free of Customs Duties- E. Nicholas
4622 Economy in the Government Printing Office- Request from the Treasurer to Curb Some Expenses
4625 Complaint About the Mail Service to Jericho- T. G. Bisdee
4625 Treasurer Requests Remuneration from Customs for W. Detuold and Company for Overpaid Duties on Photographic Paper
4626 Request that Antifriction Metals be Admitted Free of Customs Duties- Salisbury Foundry Company
4627 Use if Room at Geeveston for Drill Purposes- R. Hill- Captain of the Huon Rifle Company
4629 Complaint About the Acceptance of Tenders for Tea After Closing Date and Without Accompanying Samples- McGregor Brothers
4630 Correspondence re. Fruit Trade with Western Australia
4631 Complaint About Customs Duty Levied on Braids for Dress Making- M. E. Robinson and Company
4632 Correspondence from the Treasurer to the Inspector of Customs re. Making Outward Manifests Public
4633 Report of Attempted Break-in at the Government Printing Office- Mr. Grahame- Government Printer
4634 Request for Remittance of Customs Duty on Tools, Lathe, Traps and others- Philip Welch
4637 Request for Reply re. Complaint About Mr Davidson of the Government Printing Office for Alleged Misconduct- Cox and Company
4638 Complaint About Discrepancies in the Tariff List re. Optical Goods and Scientific Instruments- J. Sparrow
4639 Enquiry into the Stranding of the S. S. Bellinger at Circular Head
4640 Correspondence from the Treasurer to the Premier re. the Steam Whaler "Antarctic" Catching Seals in the South Seas and Under Observation by the New Zealand Authorities and Proposed Tasmanian Support for any Action Taken Against it
4641 Correspondence re. Customs Provisions for Coal Imported for Shipping by Not Landed in the Colony
4642 Position of Landing Waiter at Burnie- Resignation of Charles W. Brown and Appointment of A. J. Dooley
4642 Request for Consideration of His Position in the Customs Department re. Promotion and Salary- R. C. Oldham
4643 Request that Premier P. O. Fysh Become a Patron of the Australasian Sporting Association- A. S. A. Whitney
4644 Correspondence re. The Loading and Branding of Pine for Export on the West Coast
4645 Notice to Mariners and Proposed Survey of Unmarked Rocks on the East Coast of Three Hummock Island re. the Wreck of the Cutter "Taniwha"
4650 Enquiry into the Wreck of the Brigantine "Indiana" in the Bass Straits
4652 Request for Refund of Bond Rents Paid on a Smelting Plant Held in Storage at Hobart- The Secretary in London for The Mount Zeehan Silver and Lead Mines Ltd.
4653 Additions to the Shed on the Dunn Street Pier- Hobart Marine Board
4655 Correspondence re. the Sale of Spirits and Wine by Chemists
4656 Alteration of By-Laws re. Fares Aboard the Victoria Ferry at Devonport- Mersey Marine Board
4659 Application for the Position of Tidewaiter at Shipwrights Point- John Tuches Junior
4660 Suggestion for a Commercial Agent in England Instead of an Agent General- Alfred Wright
4661 Query re. Customs Duty Imposed upon Cut Flowers and others- R. Newey and Sons
4662 Correspondence re. Construction of the Road from Strahan to Lyell (File Empty)
4660 Correspondence re. Creation of a Board in Connection with Stores and Stock re. Closure of the Government Stores Department
4664 Correspondence re. Government Aid to Public Libraries- Hobart and Launceston
4665 Enquiry into the Foundering of the Ketch "Pearl" in Tam o' Shanter Bay
4666 Altered Customs Tariff re. Piano Imported from London- A. Munnew
4667 Deputation to the Treasurer from the Trustees of the North Hobart Recreation Ground
4668 Complaint About Customs Duties Levied on Lubricating Oils Imported from Russia- R. Kennedy and Sons
4669 Proposed Proclamation of Invermay as a Town Board- Charles R. Law
4670 Proposed Removal of the Invalid Depot from Launceston to Hobart- E. L. Ditcham
4671 Request for Refund on Customs Duties Paid in Bone Dust- T. Ockerby
4672 Report of Break-in at the Ringarooma Telegraph Office- C. M. Clark
4673 Correspondence re. the Powder and Dynamite Jetties at Launceston
4674 Request that Municipalities be Exempt from Stamp Duty on Receipts- J. Cook- Warden at Glenorchy
4675 Request for Refund of Customs Duties Paid on Machinery- E. O. Blackwell
4676 Enoch Taylor and Company's Invoices for Shipment of Boots- Dogshun Sons and Company
4677 Copies of the New Tariff List for the Hobart Chamber of Commerce
4678 Proposed New River Scheme- J. Frost
4679 Classifying Machinery for the Customs Tariff List and Complaint About Duties Levied on Malt and Grain Clearing Machinery- A. G. Webster and Son
4680 Request for Refund of Land Taxes- J. Thurley
4681 Deputation to the Treasurer of Ministers of the Gospel re. Fund for Work for the Unemployed
4682 Complaint About Lithographing for a Private Firm being Done at the Government Printing Office- C. E. Davies
4683 Amendment of Customs Act- Proposed Introduction of Regulations Providing For Proceedings to be Taken Against Importers Making False Valuations- Edward Bones- Inspector of Customs
4684 Discontinuation of Government Grants for Country Libraries re. Devonport Library- W. Aikenhead
4685 Inspector of Customs Asks for Instructions re. Payment of Seaman's Money Order to William Kenny
4686 Compliant About Customs Duties Levied on Printing Paper- J. Brickhill- The Evening News Newspaper and Printing Office
4687 Instructions for the Passing of Entries and the Payment of Customs Duties on Government Stores
4688 Complaint About the Closure of the Cornwall Post Office- J. G. Davies M. H. A.
4689 Request that Whale Oil be Exempt from Customs Duties- J. Paget
4690 Complaint About High Rental Rate for the Storage of Dynamite in the Government Magazine- C. Davis
4691 Water Rates on Government Property- Latrobe Water Trust
4692 Petition from Residents of Lyell and Strahan for the Removal of Customs Duties on Carcass Beef and Mutton
4693 Complaint About Customs Duty Charged on Importation of Flour Bags- Macfarlane Brothers and Company
4694 Request for Auditor's Advice on Whether Interest Guaranteed by the Government upon Municipal Loans and other Loans Should be Included in the Interest Column of the Consolidated Revenue
4695 Correspondence re. Reports for Presentation to Parliament
4696 Erection of a Post and Telegraph Office at Lefroy
4697 Passing of Personal Luggage Through Customs- Alice E. Page
4698 Correspondence re. Complaint in the Mercury Newspaper About the High Assessment of Property at Sandy Bay- A. J. Cox
4700 Request for Refund of Duty on a Piano- A. Stutz
4701 Complaint About Customs Duty Charged on Grass Seed- W. V. Legge
4704 Complaint About the Closure of the Rennie Post and Telegraph Office- G. Webster
4705 Request for Remittance of Fine of 5 pounds Imposed Upon J. Ockerby on Document Wrongly Stamped- H. Murray
4706 Request that Memorial Window to be Erected at Cullenswood Church be Admitted Free of Customs Duty- W. V. Legge
4707 Application for Remittance of 5 pound Fine Imposed for Not Pays Public House Licence in Time- Thomas Parker
4708 Recommendation of the Acting Inspector of Customs- J. Barnard- re. Rate of Customs Duty to be Imposed upon All Extractive Preparations of Opium
4709 Complaint About Letter Fined for Insufficient Postage- The Manager of the National Bank of Tasmania
4712 Complaint About Fine Imposed for Importing Tobacco Contrary to the Act- J. D. McKenna
4713 Correspondence re. Amalgamation of the Huonville Post and Telegraph Office- M. Short
4714 Telegraphic Money Orders
4715 Extension of W. Murphy's Contract to Convey Mails- W. J. H. Brown
4716 Customs Regulations re. Travellers' Samples
4717 Complaint About Loss of Packet of Keys Posted from Launceston to Hobart- J. H. Whitelaw
4718 Request for Refund of Customs Duties on Goods Exported to Sydney and Returned- E. A. Jackson
4721 Complaint About Customs Duties Charged on Sample Box of Cigars- Johnstone and Wilmot
4722 Telegraph Lines in East and West Devonport
4723 Request that a Communion Plate be Admitted Free of Customs Duty- The Bishop of Tasmania
4727 Enquiry into the Wreck of the S. S. "Devon" at Macquarie Heads
4730 Query from the Inspector of Customs re. Duty Chargeable on the Commission and other Expenses Paid to the Agent in London
4731 Complaint About Alteration of Mail Delivery Times in Launceston- G. Crosby Gilmore
4732 Correspondence re. the Distribution of Acts of Parliament
4733 Request that One of Her Two Sons- A. J. and G. J. Braithwaite be Retained at the Telegraph Department as it Would be Unfair to Dispense with Both- C. E. Ford
4734 Appointment of W. Harrison to the Position of Clerk at the Office of Taxes
4735 Resignation of Miss E. Hall from the Ross Post and Telegraph Office
4736 Change of Name of the South Glenorchy Railway Station- Suggestions of Mr Butler
4737 Request for Refund of Customs Duty Paid on Jewellery- Captain Underwood
4738 Correspondence re. Mining Conference Held in Hobart
4739 Query re. Whether an Evaporator for Drying Fruit May be Imported as an Agricultural Implement for Customs Purposes- W. V. Skinner
4740 Establishment of a Money Order Office at Brighton Junction
4744 Request for Refund of Customs Duties Levied on Rifles Imported by Constables- Robert H. Price- Major of Launceston
4745 Printers Error on the Customs Tariff List- Morocco Leather to be Exempt from Duties
4747 Forwarding of Invoices from the Torpedo Store- The Agent General
4748 Preliminary Examination into the Foundering of the Schooner "Isabel"
4753 Correspondence re. the Cressy Water Trust
4754 Correspondence re. Petition from Residents of Molesworth Asking that the Post and Telegraph Office not be Closed
4755 Complaint About Customs Duties Charged on Machinery- Scott and Clark
4756 Rate of Customs Duty Levied in Saddle Trees- Robert Gardner
4757 Correspondence re. the Land Tax Amendment Act 1894- Dobson Mitchell and Allport
4758 Correspondence re. Paying Customs Duty on Goods as they are Valued at their Last Port of Export- L. Stevenson and Sons Ltd.
4759 Correspondence re. Fruit Export
4760 Customs Seizure of Cases of Boots from Bedford and Company of Melbourne- Tining and Propsting
4761 Correspondence re. Land Tax
4762 Debentures Belonging to the Church of Scotland- J. Gellie
4763 Auditing of Municipal Accounts by the Government- From the Treasurer to the Mayors of Hobart and Launceston
4764 Compensation to Mrs McWilliams- Widow of the Keeper at Tamar Heads- Hobart Marine Board
4765 Correspondence re. Customs Duty Levied Upon Oysters
4766 Complaint re. Land Valuation for Taxes of Maria Island- Dobson Mitchell and Allport
4767 Correspondence re. Public House Licences
4768 Complaint Against Curator of Intestate Estates- H. A. Pratt
4769 Instructions to Departments re. Stationery and Stores
4770 Query re. Charges on Packet of Pamphlets- John Bufton
4771 Application to Run the Steam Ketch "Linda" with a Certified Driver Instead of an Engineer- R. Gardner
4777Correspondence re. Finance Accounts for New Zealand
4778 Correspondence re. Securities for Civil Servants
4779 Request for Information as to the Grounds Upon Which Messers Hindes Ltd. have been Accused of Customs Fraud- Dobson Mitchell and Allport (Solicitors)
4780 Complaint About Refusal of Licence to Sell Stamps- R. W. Smith- Editor of the Democrat
4781 Complaint About Failure to Receive Tenders for Coal- H. Edgell of the Cornwall Coal Company
4786 Correspondence and Newspaper Clippings re. the Evandale Water Trust
4788 Enquiry into the Cause of the Casualty to the S. S. "Pukaki" on the River Mersey
4789 Application for 50 pounds Compensation in Connection with the Cessation of the Classification System of Public Officers in1863- H. Boyes
4790 Appointment of Jesse White as Valuator at Hobart Customs
4791 Request to the Governor in Council for Authority to Place 4500 pounds as a Fixed Deposit with the Commercial Bank- The Hobart Corporation
4792 Enquiry into the Collision of the S. S. "Linda" and the Ketch "Earl of Ulverstone" on the River Tamar
4793 Financial Position of the Hobart Corporation and Request for Loan to Pay Interest in London
4794 Enquiry into the Collision of the River Steamers "Centennial" and "Corio" in the River Tamar
4795 Complaint About Customs Duty Charged on Printing Varnish- H. Button
4798 Correspondence re. Investments- The Launceston Corporation
4799 Correspondence re. Wholesale Wine and Spirit Licences
4800 Complaint About Customs Duty Charged on Flout Bags- J. Murdoch and Son
4802 Correspondence re. New South Wales Service Enquiry Commission re. the Tasmanian Civil Service
4802 Correspondence re. F. A. Packer's Pension
4803 Request for a Licence to Sell Stamps for J. T. Jones of Longford- H. R. Dunaway
4804 Complaint About the Curtailment of the Jetsonville Mail Service- W. J. M. Williams
4805 Recognition of Board of Trade Certificates for Passenger Seamen- Hobart Marine Board
4806 Request for Refund of Customs Duty Paid on a Honey Extractor on the Grounds that it Should be Classed as Machinery- M. M. Smith
4807 Application for Rail Passes for the Eight Hours Committee
4808 Memorandum re. Gazetting the Quarterly Statement of Government Expenditure
4809 Tenders for the Mail Service to the Straits Islands- the Launceston Chamber of Commerce
4810 Query re. Customs Duty Payable on a Steam Launce- E. J. Miles
4811 Correspondence re. Forwarded Copy of "Hazels Annual" for 1895- J. Walch and Sons
4812 Water, Fuel and Light Consumption at the Customs Department
4813 Prosecution of Storekeepers Selling Castor Oil- W. L. Wells and Company
4814 Correspondence re. Absent Pensioners and Income Tax
4815 Correspondence re. Customs Charges- Overtime and others
4817 Daily Telegraph Cheques Made Payable to J. Brickhill- W. A. Whitaker
4818 Offer of Sale of Land Suitable for a Cemetery to the Government- T. F. Hobkirk
4819 Remittances for Instalments on Land Paid by Money Orders- W. R. Pierce
4820 Complaint About Hours for Closing Country Post Offices- Thomas Parramore
4821 Correspondence re. Mails for Volunteer Mine and Adjoining Claims
4822 Correspondence re. Customs Seizure of Goods Imported for Messers Dempsters of Launceston
4823 Mail and Telephone Services to Sassafras- H. Murray
4824 Petition for Compensation for Long Service in the Police and as a Postmaster- Bryan Farrelly
4825 Correspondence re. Application for a Stamp Licence from Stephen Shopwood
4826 The Sugar Beet Industry- C. Van de Velde
4827 Request for Drawback of Customs Duty on Goods to be Reshipped- G. P. Fitzgerald and Company
4828 Declaration re. Claim for Customs Duty on a Gold Bangle- J. Sergeant
4829 Correspondence re. Imperial Pensions
4830 Request for Information on Excise Duties- Collison and Company
4834 Request for Compensation for Injuries Sustained by Falling on Dunn Street Pier- Thomas Holgate
4835 Steam Communication with South Bruny- E. A. Brownell
4836 Works at Queen's Wharf and Shed- Launceston Marine Board
4842 Encroachments on Land- Hobart Marine Board
4846 Request for Information on Customs Duty on Fruit Trees, Vines and others
4847 Request for Copies of the Assessment Roll- Deloraine Warden
4848 Request for Refund of Customs Duty Paid on Lead Light Windows for St. Mathews Church
4849 Application for Free Copies of the Gazette- Tasman's Peninsula Road Trust
4850 Correspondence re. Returns of Insurance and others Companies
4857 Request for the Memo on the Passengers Acts 1855, 1863 and 1889 Issued by the Board of Trade- Hobart Marine Board
4852 Request for Copy of the Income Tax Acts and Regulations- Professor Seligman of the Columbia College of New York
4853 Correspondence re. the Collection of Taxes by the Municipal Police
4854 Request for Copies of the Probate and Stamp Duties Acts- The Commissioner of Stamp Duties New South Wales
4855 Payment of Accounts for Subscriptions to Newspapers
4856 Query re. Arrangements for Sending and Receiving Wind and Weather Forecasts Free- P. M. Gent of Brisbane
4860 Correspondence re. Revenue Returns for Victoria
4862 Correspondence re. the Issue of Local Inscribed Stock
4863 Application for the Position of Assessor of Agricultural Properties- Clement Johnson
4864 Correspondence re. Customs Officer Prevented from Making a Seizure by a Superior Officer
4865 Correspondence re. Customs Duties Chargeable on Lubricating Oil- A. G. Webster and Son
4866 Report on Visit to North West Coast Ports- The Inspector of Customs
4867 Application for Financial Assistance- Frederick Needham- Retrenched Civil Servant
4868 Correspondence re. Smuggling Case of R. H. Findlay
4869 Request for Refund of Customs Duty Paid on Artificial Limb for Mr W. Deanshaw- Doctor Borthwick
4870 Correspondence re. the School Penny Savings Bank
4871 Enquiry into the Wreck of the Ketch "Strathmore" at the Mouth of the Little Mussel Roe River
4872 Complaint About the Rate of Customs Duties Levied upon Lentils- Robert Walker and Company
4873 Request for Grant Deed for Lot of Land Purchased in the Parish of Marland- Alexander Stewart
4878 Enquiry into the Grounding of the Brigantine "Zephyr" on the Reef at Penguin
4880 Correspondence re. the Salvation Army- Discharged Prisoners Aid Society Work and Use of Buildings at Cascades Hobart
4881 Payment of Mr Uniacke's Government Pension- Cyril R. Rex
4882 Application for a Licence to Act as a Customs House Agent- W. Diprose
4883 Correspondence re. Creation of a Board to Report upon Drainage Plans
4884 Reconstruction of the Wharf Around Constitution Dock- Hobart Marine Board
4886 Enquiry into the Wreck of the Ketch "Annie" on the Bank of the River Mersey
4887 Correspondence re. the Beltana Town Board
4888 Correspondence re. the Dundas Town Board
4889 Query as to Whether the Government Holds Any Money Due to J and J. R. Lefton and Unclaimed- Mrs M. Iles
4890 Compliant About Customs Duty Charged on Potted Beef Head and Brawn- A. Walker and Company
4891 Telegraphs re. Supposed Loss of the Cutter "Spray"
4892 Request for Information on Tasmanian Customs- The Deputy Account-General at Allahabad India
4893 Correspondence re. Deputation to the Treasurer of Tasmanian Fishermen re. Tasmanian and Victorian Fisheries
4894 Correspondence re. Exchange on Pensions to be Paid in London
4895 Customs Duties Levied upon Asbestos Silk Composition- Salisbury's Foundry Company
4896 Correspondence re. Cost of Exchange on Remittances to London Negotiated with the New South Wales Treasury
4897 Correspondence re. Customs Duty on Vehicles Entered as Passengers Effects
4898 Correspondence re. Excise Duties and other Matters Relating to a Tasmanian Tobacco Industry- D. V. Dossetor
4900 Correspondence re. Presentation of a Box Containing Samples of Telegraph Cables in Use in New Zealand and Australia to the Hobart Museum
4901 Correspondence re. Employment of Retrenched Officers in Launceston to Send out Land Tax Demands
4902 Request that the Government Geologist Report on Mathinna Mines- J. Jacobs of Melbourne
4903 List of Goods to be Sent to Strahan by Reynolds and Company's Steamers- Complaint of E. Wiles
4904 Treasurer Advises of Precautions to be Taken by the Customs Department when Dealing with Goods from Certain Firms
4905 Correspondence re. Funds Sent to England per Reuters Telegram Company
4906 Correspondence re. Vote for the Launceston Benevolent Society
4907 Correspondence with and Publications Relating to the Manchester Ship Canal Company
4908 Importation of Tobacco and Spirits in Vessels Under 5 Tons- J. D. McKenna
4909 Complaint About Disconnection of Telephone- S. E. Underwood (Fruit Exporter)
4910 Request for Assistance to Obtain Payment of Account Due from Mail Contractors Brooks and Faulkner- Easterbrook Brothers
4911 Complaint re. Orders for Government Advertisements and Accompanying Accounts- Harris and Company of the Wellington Times
4912 Report on Stamps Used as Payment for Telegrams
4913 Petition from Jewellers of Launceston Against Customs Selling Seizures of Jewellery at Wholesale Prices
4914 Complaint About Taxes Wrongfully Charged- Sergent Major Rafferty
4915 Complaint Against the Telegraph Department- Hobart Stock Exchange
4916 Complaint About Land and Income Tax Payments- Hedley Button
4917 Correspondence re. Customs Department Form of Indemnity re. Goods Held in Bond
4920 Appointment of Otto A. Worley as Landing Waiter at Stanley
4921 Supply of Supplementary Assessment Rolls- The Warden of Westbury
4922 Correspondence re. Inscription of Stock by the Agent General
4923 Query re. Class of Securities Required for Company Registration- The Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York
4924 Complaint About Customs Classification on Tailors Shears and others- Andrew Brothers
4930 Correspondence re. the Money Order Account with Cape Colony
4931 Complaint About Customs Classification on Saddlers and Harness Makers Needles- W. G. Genders
4932 Correspondence re. Government Advertisements
4932 Request for Refund of Customs Duties Paid on Furniture- A. S. Stebbins
4934 Recommendation for the Issue of Treasury Notes Instead of Bank Notes- Henry Martin
4935 Vote for Hospital Accommodation- Mount Lyell Medical League
4936 Correspondence re. Erection of a Telegraph Cable to Macquarie Heads
4937 Correspondence re. Drawback of Customs Duties on Butter Boxes
4938 Memorandum re. Allowance for Draft on Tobacco Duty
4939 Application for Increased Salary as Secretary of the Post Office Savings Bank- H. Boyes
4940 Request for Remittance of Customs Duties on Books and Articles for the School Museum at Adventure Bay State School- D. L. Swifte
4941 Rebate on Land Tax Account- George House- Manager of the National Bank
4942 Orders for J. W. Campbell's Salary- James Barclay
4943 Request for Postal and Income Tax Information- R. W. Pierce
4944 Correspondence re. St. Helens Cemetery
4946 Application for Private Bond- Burgess Brothers
4947 Request for Abatement of Land Tax- M. E. McDonald
4948 Query re. Amount of Land Tax Due on Property- Captain Holmes
4949 Correspondence re. Opening of a Public Account at Strahan- E. H. Fowell
4950 Establishment of a Distillery in Tasmania- James Ackman
4951 Request that Electoral Rolls Courts of Revision at Campbell Town, Oatlands and Macquarie be Held on the Same Day - A. M. Johnson
4954 Query re. New Land Tax Regulations- John Geeves and Sons
4956 Enquiry into the Wreck of the Ketch "Eveline" on Three Hummock Island
4957 Correspondence re. Sale of Liquor on Excursion Steamers
4958 Request for Freedom of Land Tax for the Scottsdale Public Library- S. Button
4959 Petition From Stamp Agents Against Reduction in the Commission for the Sale of Stamps
4960 Correspondence re. the Telephone Exchange at Zeehan
4961 Correspondence re. Customs Duties on Fibre Imported by C. F. Trust
4962 Request for Refund of 2 pound fine Under the Rabbit Act paid in Error- The Deloraine Warden
4963 Correspondence re. Irregularities at the Launceston Office of Taxes
4964 Note re. Sunken Rock at the Entrance of the Channel
4965 Correspondence re. Returns from the Commercial Bank at Launceston
4966 Request for Refund of Land Tax- the Mount Dundas and Zeehan Railway Company Ltd.
4967 Correspondence re. Smuggling by Railway Officials at Strahan
4968 Complaint About Land Tax- J. Templar Junior
4969 Query re. Money Unclaimed by the Perpetual Trustee's, Executor's and Agency Company of Tasmania in the Treasury Accounts- The Auditor General
4971 Claim for 30 pounds Compensation by George Tatlow for Errors in a Telegram- S. W. Westerbrook (Solicitor)
4972 Resolution re. Public House Licence Fees- The Hobart Corporation
4973 Salary for Mrs Leary for Cleaning the Office of Taxes
4974 Request for Extension of the Sunday Opening Hour of the Telegraph Offices at Hobart and Launceston- H. Button- Manager of the Tasmanian Press Association
4975 Correspondence re. Refund of Land Taxes and Road Rates- Charlotte Findlay
4976 Tourism- Advertising the Tasmanian Climate in Other Colonies- J. Hinds of Brighton
4977 Request that Microscopes be Admitted free of Customs Duty- The Launceston Microscope Club
4978 Proposed Deputation to Apply for 5000 pound Government Loan for Dredging Purposes- The Mersey Marine Board
4979 Request for Refund on Police Rates- John Cameron
4980 Request that Copies of the Assessment Rolls be Supplied Gratuitously- the Swansea Warden
4981 Correspondence re. the Hobart and Launceston Corporation Bills
4982 Correspondence re. Duty on Stores Supplied to Her Majesty's Ships in Port
4983 Complaint About Customs Duty Paid on a Cream Separator Returned from Melbourne After Repair- A. Ballantyne
4985 Enquiry into the Collision of the S. S. "Nubeena" and the Ketch "Alabama" in the D'Entrecasteaux Channel
4989 Request for Remittance of Customs Duties on Machinery- The Manager of the King Lyell Gold and Copper Company
4990 Complaint About Customs Duties Charged on Medals Sent as Awards from an Intercolonial Photographic Exhibition- C. Gruncell
4991 Request re. Customs Duty Rate Applied to Paper Imported by R. Harris for Making Grocers Bags- Henry Murray
4995 Correspondence re. New Quarters for the Mount Nelson Signalman
4996 Request for Drawback of Customs Duties on Tanks for Malt for Export- The Manager of the Cascade Brewery Company
4997 Customs Arrangement re. Pictures to be Removed from the Launceston Art Gallery to be Put to Auction- W. C. Piguenit
4998 Correspondence re. Cheque Drawn in Favour of the Estate of T. Stearnes For the Court of Bankruptcy
4999 Irregularities at the Launceston Mines Office- Error of E. R. W. Castray
5001 Correspondence re. Zeehan Cemetery Trust
5002 Application for Leave of Absence - W. Grahame Junior- Government Printer
5003 Correspondence re. Breach of the Patents Design and Trade Mark Act- Explanation of Thomas Bourke
5004 Rates and Fares for the Sorell Railway
5005 Accounts of the Port Esperance Library- Russell E. Macnaughten
5006 Request for Remission of Customs Duties on a Trophy from the Wesleyan Methodist Sunday School Union- John A. Moore
5007 Correspondence re. the Ulverstone Bonded Warehouse
5008 Correspondence re. Westbury Cheques on Public Account
5009 Complaint About Customs Duty Charged on Sunday School Tablets- F. W. Briggs
5010 Salaries at the Post Office- the Town Clerk of Launceston
5011 Request for Exemption from Land Tax for the Fire Station at Launceston- John A. Lyell
5012 Correspondence re. Exchange of Reports and others with the Canadian Department of Trade and Commerce
5013 Correspondence re. Billiard Licence for F. M. Cognet of Launceston
5014 Charges for Telegrams and Assessment Rolls- The New Norfolk Warden
5015 Request for Refund of Land Tax- M. Millhouse
5016 Pieces Statuary Offered for Sale to the Government- E. C. V. Broughton (Auctioneer)
5017 Correspondence re. Stamping Deeds
5019 Request for Refund of Customs Duties on Acetic Acid- R. Miller and Company
5020 Correspondence re. The Fire Brigade at Devonport
5021 Correspondence re. Treasury Cheques to be Stopped
5022 Correspondence re. Fines and Fees Payable Under the Town Boards Act- The Ulverstone Town Board
5024 Correspondence re. Billiard and Bagatelle Licences
5030 Reconstruction of the New Wharf- Hobart Marine Board
5031 Correspondence re. Seamen Left Behind at Hobart from the Steamship "Rimutaka"
5034 Application for Private Bond- Watchorn Brothers
5035 Request that a Dredge Imported from England be Admitted Free from Customs Duty- Hobart Marine Board
5041 Correspondence re. Changes in the Customs Department 1894- Return of Edward Boyes from Retirement and others
5042 Correspondence re. Changes in Connection with the Amalgamation of the Post and Telegraph Departments
5043 Stamp Duty on Bonds- Peter McCrackan- Mayor of Launceston
5044 Correspondence re. the Office of Taxes
5045 Correspondence re. Customs Banking at Devonport
5046 Envelopes Used for Sending Cash Remittances- Doctor Macfarlane
5047 Correspondence re. Request for Government Contribution towards the Costs A2742of Rebuilding a Training Wall- Leven Marine Board
5048 Correspondence re. Wharf Rates at Leven
5051 Request to be Relieved of Land Taxes on Forfeited Land- R. R. E. Hamilton
5052 Correspondence re. Loan to the Tarleton Road Trust
5053 Correspondence re. Marine Boards and Lighthouses
5054 Customs Duty Charged on Molasses Imported as Food for Stock- S. H. Gruber
5055 Request for Information on Customs Duty on Fruit Trees- J. Eddington
5057 Lighthouse Keepers being Sworn in as Special Constables- the Hobart Marine Board
5058 Correspondence re. Guesdon Charities Bequest- Transfer of Funds
5059 Correspondence re. Customs at Stanley
5060 Correspondence re. New Town Public Buildings
5061 Correspondence re. Government Loan to the Ross Municipality for the Alteration of Old Factory Buildings for Police Quarters
5066 Suggested Amendments to the Drawbacks Bill- C. Nicholls of the Tasmanian Dairy Company
5067 Request that Something be Done for Mr Valentine- A Destitute Man- A. Ballantyne of Sulphur Creek
5068 Correspondence re. Seniority and Salaries of Officers at Hobart Customs- J. L. Harbroe (Senior Clerk)
5069 Correspondence re. Draft from Western Australia for the Credit of the Telegraph Service
5070 Request for Advice on Taxation from the Attorney General for Telegraph Cable Companies- W. Crosby and Company
5071 Submission of Invoices from Messers Ullathorne and Company- W. and G. Genders
5072 Complaint About Customs Duties Levied on Defaced Postage Stamps- W. L. Stokes
5073 Correspondence and Parliamentary Papers re. Conversion of Stock and Consolidation of Public Debt
5075 Correspondence re. Delivery of English Mails on Friday Night when Practicable
5076 Suggestion for Illustrated Postcards Stamps to Celebrate the Long Reign of Queen Victoria- J. H. Jones
5077 Request for Refund of Customs Duty Charged on Electric Lamps- R. Gardner
5078 Correspondence re. Request from a Deputation from the St. Joseph's Band for Remittance of Customs Duties on Band Instruments
5082 Correspondence re. Marking of Load Lines on Ships
5083 Correspondence re. Invoices for Customs- J. Barclay
5084 Complaint About the Channel Mail Service- R. D. Powlett Harris
5085 Payment of Government Pension in London- R. Uniacke
5086 Complaint About Customs Seizure of Machinery for Undervaluation- the Tasmanian Dairy Company
5087 Enquiry into the Collision of the S. S. "Warrentinna" and the S. S. "Dorset" on the River Tamar
5099 Enquiry into the Striking of the S. S. "Pateena" on the Middle Ground near the Entrance of the River Tamar
5101 Correspondence re. Auctioneers Licences
5102 Correspondence re. the Customs Drawbacks Bill
5103 Application for a Free Telephone- The Zeehan and Dundas Hospital
5104 Correspondence re. Pilotage Exemption Certificates
5105 Request for Abatement of Land Tax- Thomas Hogarth
5106 Enquiry into a Casualty to the Boiler of the S. S. "Nubeena"
5107 Request for Refund of Customs Duty on Damaged Food Stock- M. E. Robinson and Company
5108 Correspondence re. the People's Federal Convention at Bathurst
5109 Correspondence re. Municipalities Investing in Government Securities
5110 Suggestions for Payments of Customs Duties- L. Susman
5111 Request for Abatement of Land Tax on Account of Mortgage- The Emu Bay and Mount Bischoff Railway Company
5112 Correspondence re. Exhibition on Devonport
5113 Correspondence re. the Auditor General's Salary
5114 Complaint of Non-receipt of Change from Payment from the Office of Taxes- Flora Woolley
5115 Correspondence re. Stamp Duty- The Bank of Australasia
5116 Complaint re. Officer of Taxes Refusing to Take Amount Tendered in Connection to Mortgage Abatement- Major Dumbleton
5117 Complaint re. Customs Duty Rate Applied to "Sunlight" Soap- The Tasmanian Soap and Candle Company
5118 Correspondence re. Remittance of Customs Duty on "Pyralicide" used for the Eradication of Codlin Moth
5119 Complaint of Being Charged for a Telegram not Addressed to Him- J. D. McKenna
5120 Request for Remittance of Customs Duty Levied upon Fruit Trees- R. Harvey
5121 Request for a Government Contribution to the Latrobe Fire Brigade Board- G. C. Rudge
5122 Complaint About Customs Duties Levied on Chocolate Creams- Beaumont Brothers
5123 Correspondence re. Cessation to "Collect" Telegrams- H. Thomas
5124 Importation of Good from London- Correspondence Between Customs and Paterson Laing and Bruce (Merchants)
5125 Opening of a Codlin Moth Fund Account at the Campbell Town Colonial Bank
5126 Request that a Case of Surgical Instruments be Admitted Free From Customs Duties- Secretary of the Zeehan and Dundas Hospital
5127 Government Account with Henry Button Paid Twice
5728 Request for a Free Telephone for the Residence of the District Surveyor- the Zeehan Town Board
5129 Request that Drawback of Customs Duties be Allowed on Compressed Vegetables- J. F. Needon
5130 Correspondence re. Statements Being Deposited- The Mutual Assurance Society of Victoria Ltd.
5131 Request for Reduction of Land Tax- C. H. Elliston and Son
5132 Request for Amendment of the Tariff List re. Baking Powder and Aerated Flour- J. Wood and Company
5133 Instructions to Customs re. Payment of Duties by L Stevenson and Sons
5134 Request for Copies of Grant Deeds for Properties at Beaconsfield- Mrs Twentyman
5135 Correspondence re. Escheated Estates
5136 Request for Copies of Acts Relating to Life Assurance Companies- the Commissioner of the Government Life Assurance Department- New Zealand
5137 Request for Particulars re. Changes in the Tariff List- G. A. P. Burgoyne
5138 Customs Arrangements- Query re. Importing Goods through Tasmanian Agents- M. L. Makower and Company of Melbourne
5139 Complaint About Goods Being Destroyed by Rats at the Emu Bay Customs House- E. Filner
5140 Complaint About Land Tax- H. F. Paul
5141 Report of Seizure of Tobacco and Imposition of Fine on G. J. Game
5142 Request for Remittance of Customs Duties on Casks for Fruit for Export- W. D. Peacock and Company
5143 Correspondence re. Colonial Stocks as Trustee Investments- Resolution of the Maryborough Chamber of Commerce Queensland
5144 Request that a Portion of Salary be Paid to Creditors- F. Allison- Telegraph Operator at Launceston
5145 Correspondence re. the Money Order Account with Western Australia
5146 Request for Refund of Customs Duty Paid on Fruit Casks- C. E. Knight and Company
5147 Correspondence re. Chamber of Commerce Conference
5148 Request for Free Money Order for Monthly Collections of Fees and Fines- Thomas Clifton- Police Clerk at Georgetown
5149 Request that Government Pension be Paid in Sydney out of Money Order Account- J. H. Magrath
5150 Correspondence re. Trevallyn Town Board
5151 Correspondence re. Death of Captain Riddle (Harbour Master and Bonding Officer) and Payment of a Gratuity to his Widow- Hobart Marine Board
5152 Correspondence re. the Launceston Office of Taxes- Mr Downie to Take Charge in Absence of Mr Hunt
5153 Correspondence re. Anchorage for Her Majesty's Ships
5155 Correspondence re. Proposed Establishment of a Maternity Hospital at Launceston- the Queen Victoria Hospital- as Part of Celebrations of Her Majesty's Record Reign and other Plans for Commemoration of the Jubilee- Public Holidays and others
5158 Correspondence re. the Great Western Railway
5163 Increased Amount of Government Pension- L. M. Inverney
5164 Correspondence re. Dredging Operations at the River Tamar
5170 Enquiry into the Foundering of the S. S. "Kelpie" in the Bass Straits
5174 Correspondence re. 5000 pound Deposit Required from the Colonial Mutual Fire Insurance Company Ltd.
5175 Correspondence re. Erection of a Fog Signal at the Low Head Light House- Hobart Marine Board
5176 Request that Kerosene Oil for Lighting the Town of Ulverstone be Permitted Entry Free of Customs Duties- The Ulverstone Town Board
5177 Correspondence re. the Tasmanian Public Library
5178 Erection of a New Store at others on the Site of the Customs Shed at Devonport- W. Aikenhead
5179 Request for Remission of Penalty Applied for Transfer of Lease- the Manager of the Primrose Mining Company
5180 Request for Government Aid for Deep-Sinking- the Volunteer General Mining Company
5181 Correspondence re. the English Mails and Survey of Port- the Devonport Chamber of Commerce
5183 Request for Extension of Period for Drawback of Customs Duties on Bible Carriage
5184 Request that Payment of W. Ferguson's and H. Horne's Land and Police Rate Taxes Not be Enforced- the Manager of the Commercial Bank
5185 Complaint About Land Taxes- Mary A. Giblin
5186 Correspondence re. the Queenstown to Gormanston Tramway
5187 Appointment of H. K. D'Emden to Act as Secretary of the Post and Telegraph Department in the Absence of H. V. Bayly
5188 Telegrams re. the Wreck of the "Sea Shell"
5189 Request for Information on Breweries in Tasmania- H. G. Webster- United States Consul in Hobart
5190 Delay in Receiving Pension Letter- J. Cavanaugh
5191 Request for a Set of Postage Stamps (Stamp Collecting)- Sir Elwin Palmer- Financial Advisor in the Ministry of Finance in Cairo
5192 Demand for Arrears of Land Tax from Walker and Wolfhangen on Foreclosed Property
5193 Correspondence re. Value of Duty on a Shipment of Axe Handles- Ferguson and Company
5194 Correspondence re. the Granting of Customs House Licences- Alfred Slater
5195 Correspondence re. Telephone Communication Between Launceston and Zeehan
5196 Correspondence re. the Government Cottage at New Norfolk
5197 Correspondence re. Sydney Page's Coach Service to the West Coast
5198 Request for Duplicate Cheque- Urquhart and Omant
5199 Complaint About Customs Seizure of Paper from W. Detmold and Company- J. R. Fryer and Company
5200 Correspondence re. Railway Department Salaries, Complaints and Grievances
5201 Donation of the "Nansen" Prize by the Government- the Hobart Regatta Association
5202 Correspondence re. the Money Order Account with the United Kingdom
5203 Payment of Treasury Account for Ferguson and Loveridge
5204 Correspondence re. Bank Charges on Government Business
5205 Correspondence re. the Tunbridge Water Supply
5206 Correspondence re. Value of Public Buildings in Tasmania
5207 Query re. Customs Duties Charged on Goods for the Hobart Marine Board- T. J. Cane and Company
5208 Request for Information on Railway Expenditure- G. P. Fitzgerald
5209 Circulation of J. B. Walker's Pamphlet on the History of Tasmania- The Editor of the Daily Telegraph Newspaper
5210 Suggestion for the Amalgamation of Government Offices at Beaconsfield- James Crawford
5211 Correspondence re. Meat Contracts- Request to Increase Prices on Account of Raised Price of Stock- N. Propsting and F. H. Sherrin and Brown
5212 Correspondence re. Amendment of Law Bills
5213 Correspondence re. Ferryage Across the River Mersey
5214 Request that Jubilee Clock Paid for by Public Subscription be Admitted Free of Customs Duty- William Abey- the Deloraine Warden
5215 Suggestion for the Special Issue of Jubilee Postage Stamps- H. T. Gould
5216 Request for Remittance of Customs Duty Charged on Cotton Wool- A. P. Miller
5217 Correspondence with the Tasmanian Civil Service Association
5218 Payment of Land Tax Arrears- M. Ross
5219 Query re. Customs Duties Levied on Fruit Trees- Alfred Nichols
5221 Correspondence re. Resolutions of a Meeting of Port Cygnet Fruit Growers re. the Produce Bill
5222 Correspondence re. Offer of Sale to the Government of Land on Macquarie Street Hobart by H. M. Steinbach
5223 Correspondence re. Currency Exchange Rate- Approval of Local Equivalent of the Franc
5224 Offer of Sale to the Government of a Typewriter- J. H. Hunt
5225 Correspondence re. Complaint Made by Constable Lansdell Against the Honourable Thomas Reiby re. Taxes- the Westbury Warden
5226 Application for the Position of Customs Officer at Adventure Bay on Bruny Island- E. A. Brownell
5227 Request for Refund of Fe Paid for a Packet Licence for the S. S. "Bellinger"- Branch Manager of the Union Steam Ship Company of New Zealand
5228 Notification of John Neall's Transfer to the Government Printing Department
5229a Correspondence re. Customs and other Arrangements re. the Development of the Dysodile Oil Deposit- N. R. Stewart
5230 Complaint About the Customs Department and Allowance of Discounts of Duty- McKay Sampson and McKinley
5231 Correspondence re. Tender for the Carriage of English Mails
5234 Enquiry into the Stranding of the Ketch "Victory" in Tomahawk Bay on the North East Coast of Tasmania
5236 Correspondence re. Case Against Dempster for Evasion of Customs Duties
5237 Complaint About Seizure of St. Jacobs Oil by Customs- Macfarlane Brothers and Company
5239 Correspondence re. Proposed Fire Insurance and Insurance of all Government Property
5240 Correspondence re. the Credit Foncier Bill (System of Agricultural Loans)
5241 Correspondence re. Complaints Against A. K. Chapman- Master Warden at Burnie
5242 Correspondence re. Funding of the Hobart Convalescent Home
5248 Correspondence re. Government Loan to the Strahan Town Board
5249 Request that Challenge Trophy Cup be Admitted Free of Customs Duties- the Derwent Sailing Club
5250 Complaint About Land Assessment- John Lynskey
5257 Correspondence re. the Beaconsfield Town Board
5252 Correspondence re. the Inspection of Machinery
5253 Correspondence re. Illustrated Envelopes
5254 Correspondence re. The Desirability of a Second Telegraph Cable to Victoria
5255 Correspondence re. the Exhibition of Colonial Resources in London
5256 Suggestion that Stock Owners and Butchers be Allowed to keep One Dog Without Paying Dog Tax- W. E. Bovill
5257 Request for Mortgage Abatement- F. Stanfield
5258 Correspondence re. Shortage of Explosives at Devonport
5259 Correspondence re. Spring Bay Disaster Relief Fund
5260 Correspondence re. The Merchant Shipping Act- Passenger Lists
5261 Customs Regulations Concerning Methylated Spirits- Hodgman and McCreary
5262 Correspondence re. Telegraph Cable Between Great Britain and Australia Touching Only British Possessions
5264 Correspondence re. Payment of Customs Duty on Invoices and Commissions- L. Susman
5264 Correspondence re. the Clyde Water Trust
5268 Request for Refund of Customs Duty on Nails Short Landed- C. Adams and Sons
5269 Correspondence re. Credits for the Emu Bay Breakwater Paid in Twice- The Secretary for Public Works
5270 Correspondence re. Payment of Accounts- the Secretary of Public Works
5272 Correspondence re. the Auditor General's Report on the Defalcations of Officers not Previously Acted Upon
5273 Request to be Granted Land as an Emigrant- E. J. Carman
5274 Complaint About the Valuation of His Property for Land Tax- A. Logan
5275 Complaint About Salary- Francis Balfe (Telephone Clerk)
5276 Correspondence re. the Carnarvon Town Board
5277 Query re. Purchase of Old Gazettes- A. M. Johnson
5278 Currency- General Letter to the Editor from the Bimetallic League of New South Wales
5279 Request for Customs Information- A. G. Webster- the U.S. Consul at Hobart
5280 Correspondence re. Alleged "Leakage in Revenue"- Francis Simpson
5281 Correspondence re. the Postal Service to the West Coast- Launceston Chamber of Commerce
5282 Erection of a New Shed- Leven Marine Board
5283 Correspondence re. Customs at Burnie- Land Acquisition
5284 Correspondence re. Sheffield Town Board
5285 Request for Refund of Customs Duty Paid on Prize Medal- the Midland Agricultural Association
5286 Messages to the House of Assembly from the Governor and others
5287 Correspondence re. the Registration of the Australasian Free Insurance Association
5288 Payment of Doctors Fees- the Council Clerk at New Norfolk
5289 Correspondence re. the Lefroy Post and Telegraph Office
5290 Request for Remission of Half of His Brother's Sentence in Her Majesty's Goal for Forgery and other Crimes- George Sykes. 5291 L.Clemes. re.Duty on R.L.Ellis' tools etc.
5292 Correspondence re. the Bothwell Post Office
5293 Harbour Works at Otago New Zealand- G. M. Barr
5294 Correspondence re. Registration of the Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society
5295 Correspondence re. Registration of the Curtin Davis Proprietary Company
5296 Bush Fire Relief
5298 Correspondence re. the Bellerive Town Board
5303 Enquiry into the Wreck of the Schooner "Victoria" on the North Reef at Circular Head
5307 Discrepancy in J. R. Laws' Bank Account in Connection with the Department of Lands and Works
5311 Request for Refund of Customs Duties Paid on Memorial Crosses- S. Bucknell
5312 Correspondence re. Telegraph and Telephone Lines Generally
5313 Query re. the Last Payment of John Smith's Pension- D. R. Dossetor
5314 Correspondence re. the Foreign Companies Act
5315 Payment of Salary as Post Master at Richmond- H. S. Royle
5318 The Customs Act of 1897
5316 Enquiry into the Wreck of the Schooner "Mariner" at Emu Bay
5321 Suggestion for the Manufacture of Tobacco in the State- Robey and Grant
5323 Correspondence re. the Launceston to Zeehan Mail Service
5324 Instructions to the London and Westminster Bank re. Authority for the Agent General to Draw on the General Account
5325 Request for Remittance of Customs Duties on Methylated Spirit for French Polish- J. Coogan and Company
5326 Query re. Customs Duties Payable on Church Music- A. W. Mayhead
5327 Correspondence re. the Maintenance of Insane Persons Chargeable to Imperial Funds
5328 Fanny Barnett's Land Tax- The Hobart Building Society
5329 Suggestion that Sulphuric Acid be Admitted Free of Customs Duties- W. L. Wells
5330 Correspondence re. Public Works Cheques
5336 Correspondence re. Beacon North Point Reef
5342 Correspondence re. the Findings and Resolutions of the Court of Enquiry into the Wreck of the S. S. "Grafton"
5343 Purchase of a Dredge by the Launceston Marine Board
5349 Correspondence re. Payment of Foreign Pensions
5349 Payment of Foreign Pension- Mr H. P. Lovering
5349 Payment of Foreign Pensions- C. J. Evans (Deceased)
5350 Correspondence re. Financial Agreement with the Imperial Institute
5353 Correspondence re. H. N. Hume's Salary at the Customs Department
5354 Request for Refund of Customs Duties Paid on Spraying Materials- A. Monnington
5356 Correspondence re. Claim from the Alliance Insurance Company for the Loss of Henry Dobson's Chalet in a Fire Negligently Lit by a Civil Servant
5357 Customs Duties Levied on Unmanufactured Tobacco and Establishment of a Cigarette Manufactory in Tasmania- F. O. Henry
5358 Request that Kerosene Oil For Lighthouses be Admitted Free of Customs Duties- the Launceston Marine Board
5359 Correspondence re. the Urban and Suburban Water Supply
5360 Correspondence re. the New Bothwell and Hamilton Water Trust
5361 Correspondence re. the Money Order Account with the Dominion of Canada
5362 Correspondence and Newspaper Articles re. the Spanish-American War re. the Neutrality of the British Empire
5364 Correspondence re. the Launceston and Deloraine Railway Company
5365 Request that Bicycle Parts be Admitted Free of Customs Duties- A. G. Webster and Son
5366 Dispute re. Liability for Land Tax- R. D. Stewart
5367 Offer of Sale of Land at Devonport to the Government- W. R. Rolph
5368 Request that Machinery for a Steamer be Admitted Free of Customs Duties- Salisbury's Foundry Company
5369 Correspondence re. Dredging Licences for Work on the Whyte River- J. R. Lock
5370 Correspondence re. the Queenstown Town Board
5371 Refund of Customs Duty on Barley Malted in Bond- The Cascade Brewery Company
5372 Correspondence re. the North Mount Lyell Mining Company- 1000pound Deposit With Commercial Bank
5374 Request for Remittance on Miss Johnson's Land Tax- A. M. Johnson
5375 Request for Authority for P. L. Johnson to Sign Financial Documents in the Absence of W. Hunt- The Manager of the Commercial Bank Launceston
5376 Correspondence re. the Invalid Depot at Launceston
5377 Correspondence re. Publication of Information re. Shipwrecks of Vessels Carrying Gold
5379 Correspondence re. Australian Federation- Rail Passes, Franking of Letters and others
5380 Complaint About Permission Granted for the Sale of Liquors at Auctions- Annie Morrison
5381 Enquiry into the Wreck of the "Earl of Ulverstone" on Three Hummock Island
5382 Names to be Included on the Electoral Roll- Residents of the West Coast- W. J. Bray
5383 Cost of Seagoing Certificates- Mersey Marine Board
5384 Notification of the Death of Hobart Customs Warehouse Keeper- M. C. Coverdale
5385 Correspondence re. Customs Ad Valorem on Goods Imported from Melbourne- Mr Fordyce of Messers L. Stevenson and Sons
5386 Correspondence re. the 1899 Greater Britain Exhibition
5387 Request that the Nurses Home be Connected to the Main Building Telephone Line- George Collins- Chairman of the Launceston General Hospital Board of Management
5388 Correspondence re. the Conversion of Unclaimed Inscribed Stock into Cash
5389 Request for Remission of Customs Duties on Fruit Spraying Materials- S. E. Underwood
5391 Claim for Payment for Alleged Services Rendered in Connection with the New Customs Tariff- J. F. Erp
5392 Request for a Cheque to be Redated- J. S. Lee
5393 Complaint About Remarks Made by the Treasurer re. the Reporting of Irregularities in the Public Service to the Governor in Council- W Lovett- Late Auditor General
5394 Correspondence re. the Government Printing Department
5395 Complaints About Customs Duty Levied on Bequeathed Watch, Chain and Stud and the Carelessness of the Post Office- E. J. Paten
5396 Request for Remission of Customs Duties on Lodge Regalia- The Independent Order of Odd Fellows (Cornwall District) and the United Ancient Order of Druids (Launceston)
5397 Correspondence re. the Export of Tasmanian Timber to New South Wales
5401 Request for Information on Life Assurance for Workmen- M. Bellom (Paris)
5402 Accounts re. Construction of the Inveresk Embankment- the Launceston Corporation
5403 Request that a Shipment of Transformers be Admitted Free of Customs Duty- S. Sutton- Mayor of Launceston
5404 Request for Information on Revenue Collected on the West Coast- A. D. Sligo
5405 Request that Portrait of the Late President of the Cricket Association- Sir L. Dobson- Be Admitted Free of Customs Duties- P. Facy- Secretary of the Southern Tasmanian Cricket Association
5406 Petition from Residents re. the Proposed Perth Water Bill
5408 Correspondence re. Government Business with the London and Westminster Bank
5411 Request for a Copy of Napier Bell's Report on the Macquarie Harbour Bar
5412 Dispatch re. Bill to Provide for Advances of Colonial Loans
5413 Correspondence re. Government Messengers
5414 Request that Portable Engines and Boilers for Use on Farms be Admitted Free of Customs Duty- A. G. Webster and Son
5415 Correspondence re. Land Tax- Messers G. and H. Dobson
5416 Enquiry into the Wreck of the Schooner "Annie Macdongall" on the Macquarie Bar
5417 Request for Certificate of Last Payment of Pension- L. C. Cantley
5418 Query re. Future Customs Duty Rates on Materials for the Manufacture of Perambulators and others- Bridges Brothers
5419 Request for Copies of the Customs Tariff Bill- E. Pallet
5420 Request that Steel Girders for the Construction of a Bridge be Admitted Free of Customs Duties- the Emu Bay Railway Company
5421 Correspondence re. Civil Service Estimates for 1900
5422 Correspondence re. W. Jones' Mortgage Abatement- Henry Dobson
5423 Complaint About Having to Move from Residence at Queenstown and Request for Compensation- Belle Abbott
5424 Correspondence from the Treasurer to the Secretary of Public Works Disclaiming Signature to Parliamentary Paper No.61- Expenditure on Harbour Works at Devonport, Burnie and Strahan
5425 Correspondence re. Deputation to the Treasurer re. the Appointment of a Commissioner of Police
5426 Query re. Payment of Duty on Goods from New York - J. C. Ferguson
5430 Correspondence re. Fingal and St. Mary's Cemeteries
5431 Request for Refund of Customs Duties Paid on Fire Brigade Appliances- R. Ritchie
5432 Request for Refund of Customs Duties Paid on Pasteurising Plant- the Table Cape Butter and Bacon Factory
5433 Memorandum re. Weighing of Currants on Weighbridge
5435 Correspondence re. the Marine Board Amendment Act 1898
5436 Request that the British and Foreign Marine Industry Company be Allowed to Commence Business Under the Foreign Companies Act- Martin and Hobkirk
5437 Request for Copies of the New Customs Act- the Launceston Chamber of Commerce
5438 Agreement Between the Governors of New South Wales and Tasmania and Correspondence re. the Import and Export of Fresh Fruit Free of Customs Duties
5439 Correspondence re. the Tasmania- Victoria Cable Subsidy and the Western Australian Draft
5440 Request for a Discount on the Purchase of Stamps- R. J. Rogers and Son
5441 Petition for the Revaluation of Land Assessed for Taxation at Dundas
5445 Correspondence re. Piling Town Point on the Queen's Wharf- the Launceston Marine Board
5449 Correspondence re. the Printing Department
5451 Complaint about Customs Duties Charged on Watches Sent as Presents R. P. Brooke
5452 Correspondence re. the Importation of Wines. Spirits and Tobacco by Private Persons
5453 Correspondence re. Control of a Private Jetty on the River Leven- the Leven Marine Board
5454 Correspondence re. the Tasmanian Naval Reserve
5455 Withdrawal of W. Crosby's and Company's Permit to Store Woolpacks at the Bonded Warehouse
5457 Suggestion that Photographs of the Launceston Harbour Be Sent for Exhibition in England- the Launceston Marine Board
5458 Application for Compensation for Monetary Loss Due to Transfer to Hobart Customs-R. C. Oldham
5459 Enquiry into the Stranding of the Schooner "Garfield" at King Island
5460 Application to Change the Name of the Ketch "Governor Weld"
5761 Correspondence re. Cheque Uncashed by W. J. Tucker
5462 Request for Information on Customs Duties Levied on Acetic Acid- S. B. Pitt
5463 Correspondence re. State Cheques- G. and A. Ellis
5464 Correspondence re. Valuation for Taxation of a Property at West Devonport Occupied by Customs Officer S. Priest
5466 Proposed Alterations to Regulations Concerning Certificates to Port Engineers- Hobart Marine Board
5467 Applications for Mortgage Abatements and Land Tax
5468 Correspondence re. the Registration of the Colonial Consultation Company
5470 Correspondence re. the Export of Wattle Gums for Varnish Makers
5473 Correspondence re. the Registration of the Messageries Maritimes as a Foreign Companies
5475 Correspondence re. the Burnie Town Board
5476 Enquiry into the Wreck of the S. S. "Yolla"
5755 Request for Refund of Customs Duties on Chemical Apparatus Imported by S. Clemes- H. G. Gould
5756 Request for Information on Tasmanian Trade and Commerce- J. L. Larke- the Agent for the Canadian Government in New South Wales
5757 Request for Government Grant for the Prisoner Aid Society- W. H. Bowe
5758 Request for Refund of Customs Duty Paid on Surgical Trays- W. C. Faulkner
5759 Complaint About Customs Duties Levied on Cost of Repair of Spectacles- W. Cross
5760 Query re. Enquiry to be Held into the Wreck of the S. S. "Esperance"
5761 Request that Crucibles Used for the Manufacture of Steel Castings be Admitted Free of Customs Duties- R. Kennedy and Sons
5762 Request for Information on the Tasmanian Revenue System- John E. Bindley
5763 Correspondence re. J. Ware's Position on the Strahan Town Board- R. Povey
5764 Correspondence re. Chinese Immigration
5765 Correspondence re. the Tasmanian Juvenile Industrial Exhibition
5766 Correspondence re. the Old Post Office at Strahan
5767 Office Accommodations of the Mersey Marine Board
5768 Query re. Action to be Taken Against the Engineer of a Small Coasting Steamer with a Hole in the Boiler- Launceston Marine Board
5770 Correspondence re. Ports of Tasmania
5781 Correspondence re. the Post and Telegraph Department
5782 Correspondence re. Commonwealth Lighthouses and Navigation
5784 Correspondence re. Army Contracts for Jam- H. Jones and Company
5786 Enquiry into the Casualty to the S. S. "Tambo" Due to Striking a Rock Near Schouten Island on the East Coast
5790 Correspondence re. Defences and the Commonwealth
5792 Correspondence re. Inspection of Produce
5793 Correspondence re. the Royal Commission on Municipal Government of the Hobart and Suburbs
5795 Contribution to the Patriotic Fund from the London Daily Telegraph Shilling Fund
5796 Application for Government Funds- the Northern Tasmanian Anglers Association
5798 Correspondence re. Meat Contracts
5799 Request for Financial Publications- the Under Treasurer of Victoria
5800 Enquiry re. Colonial Wine Licences- Messers Alexander and Patterson
5801 Application for Refund on Postage- E. Stewart
5802 Correspondence re. Payments on Account of Soldiers Serving in South Africa (Boer War)
5803 Correspondence re. International Signals
5804 The Trading of Stamps and the Publication of the Names of Persons Committing Customs Fraud- The Hobart Commercial Association
5805 Request for Subsidy from the Government- The Sailors Friendly Society at Launceston
5806 Request that Bond Given by the Union Steam Ship Company in the Case of H. H. Ballard- an Insane Person- be Cancelled- Messers Clerk, Walker and Hore
5807 Request for Refund of Customs Duties on Fireworks Imported for a Patriotic Demonstration- H. G. Chambers
5808 Request that "Killweed" (Pesticide) be Admitted Free of Customs Duties- Robert Blackwood
5809 Application for Refund on 5 pound Fine Applied on an Unstamped Document- W. A. Harrison
5810 Payment of Balance of Pension- Forwarded Probate of the Will of Charles Kent- Alfred Green
5811 Request that a Cheque be Exchanged for a Draft on London in Favour of W. Williamson- W. Hartnoll
5812 Request that Customs Duties not be Applied to Costs of Repairs to a Barrel Organ- A. Garner
5813 Request that Carbide of Calcium for Lamps be Admitted Free of Customs Duties- the Burnie Town Board
5814 Correspondence re. Orders on Account at the Post and Telegraph Department
5815 Correspondence re. Army Contracts for Jam- F. W. Moore and Company
5816 Correspondence re. Grants in Aid to the Municipalities of Hobart and Launceston
5817 Request for Refund of Customs Duty Paid on Musical Instruments- Hobart City Band
5818 Request that Salary as Solicitor General for the Month of March be Paid in London- Alfred Dobson
5819 Correspondence re. Query re. Loan for Repairs to the Council Chambers at Triabunna
5820 Correspondence re. Australian Federal Elections
5821 Correspondence re. Petition sent to the Prime Minister re. Foreign Aggression in the New Hebrides
5822 Petition from Residents for the Alteration of the Boundaries of the Table Cape and Circular Head Marine Boards
5823 Anchorage for the Russian Cruiser "Gromoboy" While Visiting Tasmanian Ports
5824 Government Loan for the Purchase of a Suction Pump for Harbour Works at the River Tamar- The Launceston Marine Board
5825 Query re. the Salaries and Duties of Officers of the Customs and Post and Telegraph Departments- the Honourable Secretary of the Public Service Board, Melbourne
5827 Loss of Revenue Through Wharfage Rates- the Strahan Marine Board
5828 Financial Contribution to the Bushman's Fund- The Launceston Corporation
5829 Engineers to Operate the Devonport Dredges- the Mersey Marine Board
5830 Proposed Regulations for the Working of the Wharves at Kelly Basin by the North Mount Lyell Company
5831 Request for Particulars re. Tasmanian Imports and Exports- the Under Treasurer of South Australia
5833 Enquiry into the Wreck of the Schooner "Bruthen" on Sea Elephant Reef on King Island
5836 Query re. Tasmanian Government Printing- the Commonwealth Treasurer
5838 Correspondence re. Government Loan to the Strahan Town Board for the Erection of Public Abattoirs
5842 Erection of a Boatman's Cottage at Pearson's Point- the Hobart Marine Board
5843Exchange Rates on Drafts on London- W. D. Peacock and Company
5844 Correspondence re. Civil Service Railway Tickets
5845 Correspondence re. the Visit to Tasmania of the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and York
5850 Proposed New Store and Workshop at the New Wharf- the Hobart Marine Board
5852 Correspondence re. the Hobart Wesleyan District Fund
5853 Complaint About Overdue Account from the Burnie Courthouse- F. W. Hart
5854 Correspondence re. State and Commonwealth Funding of South African Contingents (Boer War)
5856 Correspondence re. the Commonwealth Public Account
5857 Complaint About Bill of Landing Not Being Delivered on Goods for the Government- Huddart Parker and Company
5858 Correspondence re. Taxes Due on Maria Island
5855 Correspondence re. the Federal Patent Laws
5860 Correspondence re. Lloyds Ensigns to be Flown at Coastal Signal Stations
5864 Request for Renewal of State Cheques- P. E. Kaeppel
5865 Correspondence re. the Macquarie Plains Post Office
5866 Correspondence re. Commonwealth Pensions
5867 Erection of a Training Wall on the Inglis River- the Table Cape Marine Board
5873 Correspondence with the Marine Boards re. the Collection of Wharfage re. the Marine Boards Bill 1901
5876 Application to Retire on a Government Pension- H. C. Pratt
5877 Correspondence re. Cheques Sent to Messers Martin and Morlin- the Clerk of the Petty Sessions at Franklin
5875 Boundaries of Wharves at Launceston- the Launceston Marine Board
5878 Correspondence re. the Stores Department
5879 Delay in the Receipt of Weather Reports- the Master Warden at Hobart
5880 Request for Information on Inheritance Taxation- W. J. Hagenah of the University of Wisconsin
5881 Correspondence re. Proposed Memorial to Queen Victoria and Acquisition of Surplus Funds Gathered by the Citizens Royal Reception Committee
5882 Correspondence re. Double Payment of an Account due to M. McNamara by the Public Works Department
5883 Request for any Acts Concerning the Compensation of Workmen for Death or Injury- the Secretary of the Labour department of New Zealand
5884 Correspondence re. Payment for Shipment of Fodder Sent to South Africa Aboard the S. S. "Chicago" (Boer War)
5885 Correspondence re. Snags in the Huon River (Shipping Hazard)
5886 Request that Crushing Machine be Admitted Free of Customs Duty- North Mount Lyell Copper Company
5887 Correspondence re. the Federal Institute of Accountants
5890 Correspondence re. Refloating the 450 000 pound London and Westminster Bank Loan to the Tasmanian Government
5891 Correspondence and Papers re. 1896 Conference with Representatives of the Tasmanian Marine Boards
5892 Appointment of H. E. Downie as Acting Commissioner of Taxes and others
5893 Claim for Mortgage Abatement- Thomas Hogarth
5894 Correspondence re. Treasurer's Claim that the Customs Department Withheld Information from Him
5895 Request for Confidential Report on James A. Douglas of Cape Town re. Application for a Guarantee Bond- The Colonial and Foreign Banks Guarantee Corporation of London
5896 Sale of Typewriters to the Government- Hedley Button
5897 Payment for Codlin Moth Collections- C. J. Power
5898 Correspondence re. Telephone Clerks
5899 Request for Information on the Accounts of Leitch's Estate (Insolvent)- E. T. Tinning (Trustee)
5900 Correspondence re. Salaries at the Hospital for the Insane at New Norfolk
5901 The Civil Service Board- Particulars Relating to the Classification of Officers
5902 Correspondence re. Acts for Chemists and Druggists
5903 Correspondence re. the Agent General's Account- Amounts Paid for Cartridges
5914 Request for Information on Revenue Derived from Totalisator Tax- H. Bryon Moore- Secretary of the Victoria Racing Club
5905 Correspondence re. the Assessment of Income Bill
5906 Correspondence re. Claim for Land Tax on the Town Hall
5907 Error at the Government Stores re. Indent for Ink
5909 Request for the Use of a Room in the Technical School or the Cook's Chambers for the Pharmaceutical Society of Tasmania- James Reid (Acting Secretary and Registrar)
5910 Request for Refund of Customs Duties Paid on Silver Plate- Bishop Montgomery
5911 Correspondence re. Customs Duty on Lighthouse Goods
5912 Correspondence re. Report of the Ketch "Mystery" as Missing
5913 Error Made in the Payments of Accounts Due to Messers B. D and W. B. Cocker
5914 Drawback of Customs Duties on Sugar
5915 Correspondence re. Returns for Life Assurance Companies
5916 Complaint About Cancellation of Meat Order to a Military Camp- J. Callaghan
5917 Purchase of a Clock for the Bellerive Post Office
5918 Government Loan to the Trustees of the Queenstown Cemetery
5920 Correspondence re. the Agent General's Account for Printing Machinery
5921 Error in the Banking of the Proceeds form the Sale of Land at Queenstown- J. A. White
5922 Government Loan for Lighting the Town of Devonport
5923 Correspondence re. Female Employees in the Civil Service
5924 Correspondence re. Change of Name of the Table Cape Marine Board to the Emu Bay Marine Board
5926 Erection of a new Shed on the Pier Near Fisherman's Dock- the Hobart Marine Board