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  3. Family Notices

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  5. BONDI BATHS.

    A letter from Mr. A. J. Parish, hon. secretary of the Eastern Suburbs Swimming Club, asking for a subsidy, was considered by Waverley Council last night. ...

    Article : 245 words
  6. Tough Work for the Police.

    On the evening of the 2nd instant Constable Robert William Cobcroft was on duty in Abercrombie-street. He noticed a man in a drunken state throwing stones at some children, and ...

    Article : 398 words
  7. LEWISHAM HOSPITAL.

    In connection with an entertainment which, according to the tickets shown us, is being organised by the "Elite Dramatic Company," who are to play East Lynne on Friday, January ...

    Article : 209 words
  8. A Torpid Clime Generates a Weakness.

    The subject appearing hereunder is one deserving the reader's attention, and Mr. Hypolite Thomas, of Ilka-street, Leichhardt, is entitled to thanks for the narrative, which he ...

    Article : 423 words
  9. NOCK AND KIRBY'S PICNIC.

    The first annual picnic of the employees of Messrs. Nock and Kirby, ironmongers, Lower George-street, took place yesterday at Balmoral Beach. Fine weather, with an energetic ...

    Article : 265 words
  10. WOLGAN—GLEN ALICE SHALE MINES.

    LITHGOW, Thursday.—Mr. J. H. Cardew, C.E., has just completed a preliminary survey of the proposed tramline between Clarence Sid­ing, at the lop of the Great Western Zigzag, ...

    Article : 469 words
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