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  3. WHISKY AND BEER.

    A courteous reception was given by the Railway Commissioners to-day to a large deputation of ladies and gentlemen, representing the council of the prohibition party, who asked that ...

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  4. BIG CREEP IN A MINE.

    BROKEN HILL, Thursday.—A big creep occurred in the Central Mine this morning. No one was hurt, but the mishap has grave consequences for the mine. All underground work ...

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  5. TO-DAY'S COMMERCIAL.

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  6. ABSORPTION OF CAMPERDOWN.

    The proposals emanating from the City Council for the absorption into the city area of the Borough of Camperdown are finding strong opposition in a considerable body of the ...

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  7. THE MERINO SHEEP.

    Sir,—In giving my explanation of tie first Introduction of merino sheep into Australia, I never for a moment expected to satisfy your correspondent, C.T.B., and am not at all ...

    Article : 493 words
  8. THE ENCOURAGEMENT OF CHAMPIONS.

    Sir,—When Edward Trickett returned with the sculling championship of the world, and William Beach defeated the Canadian wonder, Haulan, on the Parramatta River, for the same ...

    Article : 798 words
  9. ELOCUTIONARY ENTERTAINMENT.

    Miss Ena Turnbull gave an elocutionary recital in the Centenary Hall on Wednesday evening, in aid of the Alexandra Home, Burwood, before a considerable gathering. Her ...

    Article : 186 words
  10. A PHARMACEUTICAL MYSTERY.

    There came recently to one of the hospitals of Sydney a woman and a baby. The latter was suffering from an intestinal complaint and had also a sore on one of its legs. The medical man ...

    Article : 277 words
  11. REDFERN FORAGE SALES.

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  12. FISHERIES' COMMISSION.

    At a meeting of the Fisheries' Commission, at which Mr. Frank Farnell presided, the following, among other business, was transacted:—Trustees were appointed ol a public oyster reserve ...

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  13. RICHARDSON AND WRENCH.

    At the thirty-second half-yearly meeting of Richardson and Wrench, Limited, Mr. E. P. Simpson, chairman of directors, presided. The balance-sheet disclosed that the net profits for ...

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