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  2. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    Mr Hart's motion, that a loan of one hundred thousand pounds should be granted for the construction of a tramway, from Kapunda to the Murray, has been carried by a majority of ...

    Article : 135 words
  3. TEACHERS AND INSPECTORS

    SIR,—I have been much pained on the perusal of Mr George Hanson's letter, in your issue of this morning, by the mention which he has made of my name in connection with his recent dismissal from ...

    Article : 722 words
  4. INVERLEIGH FARMERS' AND TRADESMEN'S ASSOCIATION.

    The monthly meeting was held last Monday, Mr S. Wilson in the chair. The interest felt in the association was to some extent evinced by a large attendance After the minutes of the ...

    Article : 1,421 words
  5. Advertising

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    Advertising : 2,875 words
  6. To the Editor of the Geelong Advertiser.

    SIR—Allow me simply to any in your columns that the statement concerning me, contained Mr Hanson's letter, is in every respect incorrect, and has not the slightest foundation on facts. Mr Hanson, ...

    Article : 74 words
  7. To the Editor of the Geelong Advertiser.

    Sir,—Mr Hanson, in his letter published in your issue of Saturday last, charges "Fair Play" with they most deliberate misstatement of facts, and strange to say, leaving the said "Fair Play" ...

    Article : 227 words
  8. THE FOOTBALL MATCH.

    THE Ballarat Star gives the following account of the return match between the football clubs of Ballarat and Geelong which came off on Friday on the ground of the Ballarat Cricket Club. The ...

    Article : 950 words
  9. THE GEELONG CHAMPION RACE.

    DEAR BELL,—As a "story twice told becomes stale," of course I shall not trouble you with repeating the information you already possess as to the third payments by the champion nags ...

    Article : 1,598 words
  10. THE NEW COMET.

    SIR.—For several evenings past I have been on the l[?]ckout for that wonderful visiter the new comet, but without success, on account of the clouded state of the atmosphere, until to-night, when about eight ...

    Article : 303 words
  11. TASMANIA.

    THE thirst for blood appears to be insatiable No sooner do the feelings of alarm and abhorrence awakened by one tragedy begin to subside, than the country is again appalled by some ...

    Article : 819 words
  12. DUCK PONDS ANNUAL PLOUGHING MATCH.

    THE first annual ploughiug match of the above district came off under very favorable circumstances, on Monday, at Mr Hawksford's Farm, [?]uated about a mile seaward of the railway ...

    Article : 860 words
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