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  2. THE IRON HEEL IN IRELAND.

    I met a journalist in Dublin the other day who, on being asked what he had come over to see, said ho was looking for marks of the iron heel. A Unionist who was present ...

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  3. OBITUARY.

    The death occurred at the Glen Innes Hospital, on June 21 of John Bickley Mitchell, oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Colin Mitchell, of Inverell He was 20 years of ago ...

    Article : 161 words
  4. Mr. Robert Smith.

    One of the oldest residents of the Hawkesbury district, in the person of Mr. Robert Smith, died at his residence, Fernside," Nelson, on the 15th ult. He was born at ...

    Article : 397 words
  5. Said Hanrahan.

    "We'll all be 'rooned,'" said Kanralian, In accents most forlorn, Outside the church ere Mass began One frosty Sunday morn. ...

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  6. Mrs. Eliza Bicklev.

    The death occurred of Mrs. Eliza Bickley, on June 21, at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Paterson, of ...

    Article : 143 words
  7. Mr. Michael Sweeney.

    Widespread regret was expressed in all circles in Jamberoo when it became known that Michael Sweeney had died on the 20th inst., in Dungog Hospital, from heart fail ...

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  8. Mr. John Hall.

    Mr. John Hall, late licensee of the Australian Arms Hotel, Goulburn, passed away suddenly, at his home, on the 23rd inst., at the age of 62. His wife predeceased him by ...

    Article : 273 words
  9. Mrs. Creighton.

    An old and inspected resident of Goulburn—Mrs. Creighton—died at her residence in Adison-street, on Sunday, 20th inst., of bronchitis, from which she had been ...

    Article : 193 words
  10. Father Alphonsus' Memorial Church.

    Miss Bridgie O'Brien, who comes from Queensland with a big reputation as a promising soprano, will make her first appearance in Sydney on Saturday, August 9, at a ...

    Article : 187 words
  11. Mrs. Catherine Mullaly.

    On the 3rd inst., at Young, Mrs. Catherine Mullaly, loved wife of T. J. Mullaly, and loved mother of Michael Kenna. of Winton, Queensland, Mrs. T. Bailey, of Dingle ...

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