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  2. Australian Jockey Club Autumn Meeting.

    The weather, on Saturday, was pleasant almost beyond description, slightly warm in the middle of the day, but cool and bracing as night's shade fell. On the course the scene ...

    Article : 2,417 words
  3. Metropolitan Intercolonial Exhibition.

    Numerically the show is not equal to that of last year. Indeed, in numbers, there has been a gradual falling away since 1875. Last year there were 250 pure[?]bred animals on the ...

    Article : 2,603 words

    George Homewood was charged that he did, on or about the 4th of March last, at Gresford, feloniously steal 1 grey mare, one saddle and bridle, the property of James M'Cormaek; and ...

    Article : 1,730 words
  5. 25TH APRIL, 1878.

    Case resumed. Robert Quayle, sworn, deposed: Am constable and lockup-keeper at Paterson; when the prisoner was handed over to me, I did not ...

    Article : 478 words
  6. Russian Gains and Losses.

    The two following paragraphs, from the European Mail of March 15, give in a brief form the Russian losses in men by the war, and her gains in warlike trophies:— ...

    Article : 246 words
  7. FRIDAY, APRIL 26TH, 1878.

    STEALING A BOTTLE OF ALE.—John Dimple was charged with stealing a bottle of ale from the Royal Oak Inn, on the 25th instant, the property of George Seabrock—Constable Quayle ...

    Article : 96 words

    Ex nihilo nihil fit, viz. I have nothing to report, let me sque[?]ze my knowledge box ever so hard; no great find, no scandal, no breach of promise case, no accident, nothing whatever ...

    Article : 107 words



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