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  2. Advertising

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  3. SOME STORIES.

    A military gentleman, who could swear better than he could play golf, was flattered one day to find quite a crowd of well-dressed strangers following him around. ...

    Article : 57 words
  4. HEBMIT'S DERBY.

    "Pray, sir, what has the House of COmmons to do with Cupid?" "a great deal, madam." the author of "Tristram shandy" would probably reply, were he ...

    Article : 920 words
  5. BOXING.

    In spite of threatening weather and counter attractions, there was a very fair attendance at the Sports Ground when the £140 tournament promoted by the Sydney Self ...

    Article : 351 words
  6. MOONEE VALLEY RACES

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 156 words
  7. Advertising

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    Advertising : 476 words
  8. SOOTHED HIM.

    Bismarck had a subordinate named Kendell, who was an expert pianist, and be, as Sir Mount[?]tuart Grant Duff puts it, "used, it is said, to fulfill towards him the function which David ...

    Article : 80 words
  9. AN HISTORICAL BATTLE.

    Not long ago the King happened to be visiting at a country house, near the scene of one of Cromwell's historic battles. Strolling out one day by himself, he met the village ...

    Article : 95 words
  10. INVERELL RACES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 64 words
  11. HIS ONE AMBITION.

    Acton Davies the dramatic critic, tells a story of Oliver Herford, the humorist. Herferd never had a acrious thought in his life. "Herford sat next to a soulful poetess at ...

    Article : 136 words
  12. EXPLOSION ON MOTOR BOAT.

    MELBOURNE, Saturday.—A boat accident occurred at Port Arlington last night. Mr. MacDonald, of Port Melbourne, went out with Mr. Richards and a young fellow named Trigg. ...

    Article : 128 words
  13. BAKERS' DISPUTE.

    The conference between the Master Bakers' Association and the Operative Bakers' Union to settle the dispute existing with respect to rates of wages and working conditions is ...

    Article : 169 words
  14. "WHAT HO! SHE BUMPS."

    "Vanor, In the London "Referee." tells us an amusing story of the court martial held in connection with the loss of H.M.S. Viper. The senior petty-officer was under examination. ...

    Article : 152 words
  15. SMALL-ARMS EXPERTS.

    Mr. Burr, one of the experts sent from America to run the machines at the Lithgow small arms factory, arrived at Lithgow on Friday. Mr. Skillman, the other expert, is at ...

    Article : 93 words
  16. NEXT AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN.

    MELBOURNE, Saturday.—The Board of Control met again this morning and decided that when the Australian eleven is in England next year the playing teams will be chosen by C. ...

    Article : 79 words
  17. A MISCONCEPTION.

    Standing in front of the kangaroo corral in a London Zoo, was a family of unmistakable Hibernian extraction, who gazed in open-mouthed astonishment at the toothpick face, ...

    Article : 99 words
  18. NO LEPER STATION AT NORTH HEAD.

    The Federal Prime Minister denies that there is any intention on the part of the Commonwealth Government to establish a leper station at North Head. In a telegram received by Mr. ...

    Article : 72 words
  19. LATE SHIPPING.

    Matungs (s), for Port Moresby, via [?] Mooltan (P. and O. R.M.S.), for Lenson, [?] ports. Cannonbar (s), for North Coast. ...

    Article : 627 words
  20. KEEPING THEIR MEMORIES GREEN.

    MELBOURNE, Saturday.—The Governor-General has approved the appointment of the Prime Minister as President of the Senate, the Speaker of the House of Representatives as ...

    Article : 53 words
  21. A BEGINNING.

    A writer named George Hoddle went to Douglas Jerrold one day to tell him of the difficulties into which he had fallen. "I want your help." he said. "The ...

    Article : 82 words
  22. NICE LAW POINT.

    A veterinary surgeon, Mr. William Augustus Dellagana, was summoned before the South-smpton county magistrates in England recently charged with having 37 dogs at Bitterne ...

    Article : 152 words
  23. SWIMMING.

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  24. THE LAST "RIGHTS."

    A colored man had been arrested on a charge of beating and cruelly misusing his wife. After hearing the charge against the prisoner the justice turned to the first witness. ...

    Article : 98 words
  25. CARLYLE'S WAY.

    A specific suggestion for improving the law on the treatment of prisoners, made by a convicted man last month in the Court of Criminal Appeal, London, caught the fancy of Mr. ...

    Article : 373 words
  26. IN A FIX.

    B[?] once wrote a [?] to a brother editor in New York whose writing was as [?] as his own. The [?] of the note, not being able to read it, sent it back by ...

    Article : 93 words
  27. UNIMPORTANT.

    Magistrate: Now, can you describe the horse in question. How big was it, for instance? Witness: It was sixteen feet [?] honor. Magistrate: Come, Come! Remember you are ...

    Article : 71 words
  28. BUT IN HER CASE—

    Woman's wit readily adapts itself to all p[?] and all occasions. A women lecturer was delivering a practical talk on beauty and the beauty cult for the entertainment of the ...

    Article : 159 words
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