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  2. MORPETH REGATTA.

    Though many people, an is customary on Boxing. Day, made Newcastle and its surrounding pleasure resorts their choice, still a large district and spent an enjoyable outing at the ...

    Article : 621 words
  3. THE FIJIAN CRICKETERS.

    The Fijian cricketers and a Hunter eleven opened a two-days' match on the Albion Ground yesterday afternoon. There was a very large attendance, the takings at the ...

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  6. LOCAL AND GENERAL.

    A patient named William McLauchlic, 48 years of age, said to be a native of Leicester, and who was admitted to the Maitland Hospital some five days ago, died in the institution yesterday, from dropsy ...

    Article : 60 words
  7. A Batch of Calendars.

    We have received handsome card calendars for the new year from Mr. W. S. Wall, agent for the the New Zealand Insurance Company, Limited, and Messrs. Anthony and Beaver, watchmakers and ...

    Article : 65 words
  8. THE CALENDAR.

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  9. Death of an infant.

    The numerous friends of Mr. and Mrs. E. Cameron, of West Maitland, will learn with regret thai' after several weeks of continued illness their infant son, Angus William, died on Tuesday night ...

    Article : 72 words
  10. EXPERIMENTAL FARMS.

    There is a very prevalent but very foolish notion abroad that Government experimented farms are not fulfilling their purpose if they are not made directly payable, and the ...

    Article : 484 words
  11. Regular Attendance at School.

    At the break-up for Christmas vacation at Iona. (Woodville) public school on 20th instant, Master Jack Gleeson was presented with a prize (his fourth) for regular attendance at school. During ...

    Article : 90 words
  12. Prince Kadavu Congratulated.

    Prince Kadavu, captain of the Fijian cricleoters, received a telegram, this morning from Sir George Le Hunt, Governor of South Australia, who is well-known in the islands ...

    Article : 61 words
  13. The Holiday.

    The weather for the holiday to-day was beautifully fine, but very hot, the heat in the afternoon, however, being tempered by a breeze. The holiday was everywhere closely ...

    Article : 141 words
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    In Sydney on Monday, Alexander Aberdeen Blackmail was committed for trial for publishing on alleged libel on his brother, Jervis George Blackman ...

    Article : 874 words
  15. Methodist Church.

    The Christmas service at the Methodist Church yesterday morning was brief and bright, commencing at 9.30 and concluding at 10.20 Rev. W. F. Oakes presided, the opening prayer ...

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  16. DO MODERN GIRLS MARRY FOR LOVE?

    Poetically and literally woman is the nation's most valuable asset. "Oh, those English mothers !" was Napoleon's eloquent remark, as he watched his legions vainly striving ...

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  17. Christmas Eve in Maitland.

    Christmas of 1907 will go down as a record one in regard to business in Maitland. It was one of the busiest periods that the shopkeepers have experienced, and everywhere there were ...

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