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  2. ECHOES OF SPORT.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 69 words
  3. DISTRICT NEWS.

    When is it going to rain is the question on everybody's tongue, with the exception of the amateur weather prophet, who, finding it rather monotonous gazing at the unpromising heavens ...

    Article : 257 words
  4. THE PRIDE OF THE MILL.

    "Take care! Beware, Ionie!" she had said that night. "The man you were walking with is 88 handsome as a prince, but I don not quite like him. He's one of those fine, smooth tongued aristocrats, ...

    Article : 1,699 words
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    James Wilson sen. got his smart horse Black-wood from Mr. A. S. Chirnside in exchange for a filly which has since died. Although Portsea and Patron exercise daily at ...

    Article : 1,169 words
  7. OUR MUSWELLBROOK LETTER.

    REDUCTION OF INTEREST ON CONDITIONAL PUR-CHASES—Mr. R.G.D. Fitz-Gerald has received a reply from the Lands Department in reference to one of the requests it was recently decided to make ...

    Article : 734 words
  8. NEWCASTLE.

    At the police court yesterday James Doyle, a fireman, was sent to gael for six months for steal-ing a swag valued at [?] Stealing swags is just now a fashionable but unprofitable pastime. The ...

    Article : 557 words
  9. Dungog Notes.

    Visitors to Dungog this week to the show must have been much struck by the dry and barren appearance of the country. The hills are com-pletely bare of grass, and what little there is on ...

    Article : 693 words
  10. Mr. W. A. Squire on Cape Town,

    We mentioned yesterday that Mr. W. A. Squire had reached Capo Town on February 27. He writes about it:— "In point of picturesque situation and beautiful ...

    Article : 511 words
  11. LATEST BANKRUPTCY.

    Michael Perry jun. of Hickey's Creek, Macleay River. Mr. N.F. Giblin, official assignee. James Beston, of bourke-street, Redforn, and carried on business at Sussex and Hay streets. Mr ...

    Article : 113 words
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