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  3. A ROYAL W A R D.

    They were silent when the story was told. There was something of sadness in the quiet evening and reaction had come. Betty's eyes were fixed upon the shore, receding so ...

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  4. THE END.

    To-morrow, Thursday, we shall begin a new serial story of great emotional interest. This is Mr. Charles Garvice's "A Girl from the South." The author will be well known to ...

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  5. STANWELL PARK IMPROVEMENTS.

    The improvements and alterations to Stanwell Park railway station, which were commenced in January last, were completed on Monday. The existing platform has been ...

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  6. FLOURMILL BURNT.

    A fire broke out during last night in the flourmill of Hayes Bros., Townsend-street, resulting in the complete destruction of the building and much damage to the machinery. ...

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  7. ODDFELLOWS' CELEBRATIONS.

    The eighth anniversary of the Loyal King Edward Lodge, Manchester Unity Oddfellows, was commenced last Tuesday evening with the official opening of the new lodge hall ...

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  8. CHAPTER XXXI.

    In a footnote to history, it is related that when the Prince Regent was told the story of Lady Betty Walmisley, and the part he was supposed to have played in it, he remarked: ...

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