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  2. "OUT FOR THE COIN."

    Charity, it is said, covereth a multitude of sins, but when the charitable cloak is cut to cover meanness, it becomes a very bad misfit. Some men never seem to realise how mean ...

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  3. SHIPPING.

    Persic. (s). 11,793 tons, Captain Ditchburn, from Liverpool, via Capetown and ports. Passengers—From Liverpool: Mr., Mrs., and Miss Adair, Mr. J. Bayliss, Mr. C. Bell, Mr. and Mrs. Bendall, Miss ...

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  4. ALDERMAN T. J. WEST.

    The funeral of the late Alderman T. J. West, of the City and Paddington Councils, took place from his late residence, "Barcom Glen," Glen ...

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  6. MOTOR BUSES.

    The many comments made regarding the unfortunate result at the introduction by the Government of motor. 'buses nave to a very large extent biassed the opinion of the public ...

    Article : 454 words
  7. CANTERBURY PARK RACES.

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  8. BEST DAY AND COLLECTION ON RECORD.

    The two thousand seven hundred and fifty president and attractive females who aggressively rattled collection-boxes under the noses of the "male persuasion" on Saturday, ...

    Article : 247 words
  9. THE BLIND BARRISTER.

    The Full Court to-day admitted Neville Gilbert M'William, the blind barrister, to the Bar of New South Wales. Mr. Wade, the Attorney-General, in moving ...

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  10. THE GOVERNOR AT HAY.

    HAY, Monday.—The Governor, Sir Harry Rawson, accompanied by his suite and Miss Rawson, arrived here at 9 o'clock on Saturday morning. They were met at the railway station by the ...

    Article : 317 words
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  12. WHERE THE CROWDS GATHER.

    To gather a crowd is easy work. A man may do it by gazing up vacantly at a high building, or by staring intently at an imaginary object; burt to gather a busy buying crowd is ...

    Article : 319 words
  13. STAMPING A DEED.

    An application was made to the Full Court to-day on behalf of John Thomas Burrows for a rule nisi for a writ of mandamus to compel Robert N. Johnson, Commissioner of Stamps, ...

    Article : 108 words
  14. MISSING MAIL BAG.

    WINDSOR, Monday.—The remains of the Richmond mail bag, stolen from the train in the vicinity of Mulgrave, were discovered in the ashes of a fire close by. Two young men ...

    Article : 115 words
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