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    WHAT a glorious thing is universal suffrage! ...

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  3. THE CHAMPION RACE—A GUESS, AT THE RESULT. To the Editor of the Herald.

    SIR,—The great pace for the championship comes off this afternoon, and if public rumour is to be credited it is to be a gift for Flying Buck. His friends believe he is to make a complete show of all his ...

    Article : 378 words

    BY the barque Breadalbane, from Auckland, we have papers to the 18th August. The New Zealander of the 15th, says;—The Will Watch, which arrived from Taranaki on Saturday, ...

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    Here we had something to fight for. When we contrasted our advantages with the condition of other nations, it was evident the working man even had much to fight for, and the wealthy more. Let the ...

    Article : 155 words

    26TH AUGUST.—WEATHER.—High wind,sleet, rain, and snow at intervals. ESCORT.—The Government escort of the 20th instant, from Sydney, arrived here on the 25th, ...

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    A MEETING was held, last evening, at the Billy Blue Inn, North Shore, for the purpose of taking into consideration the desirability ot forming a local Rifle Company. About sixty persons were present. ...

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  8. To the Editor of the Herald.

    SIR,—Will you kindly allow me through the medium of your paper to express, on behalf of my brethren and myself, our grateful sense of the very great kindness which we have experienced during our recent sojourn ...

    Article : 170 words
  9. To the Editor of the Herald.

    SIR,—In your correspondent's report of the half-yearly meeting of the H.R.N.S.N. Company, I am made to say in reference to carriage to the Snowy River, that the route via Goulburn and Tumut occupied at least two months, whereas a vessel had been ...

    Article : 101 words
  10. To the Editor of the Herald.

    SIR,—Will you favour us by inserting the following remarks. In you issue of the 29th instant, your correspondent "Argus," describing the fire companies that were at the fire in Campbellstreet, calls the second engine that arrived on the ground the ...

    Article : 155 words
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    Family Notices : 91 words
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    Advertising : 1,873 words
  13. WINDSOR.

    SUDDEN DEATH.—An inquest was held on Monday last, before Mr. Laban White, coroner, and a jury on view of the body of a woman named Ruth Hodson, wife of William Hodson. It appeared that the ...

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    SIR,—Could you not do something, through your daily paper, to establish a corps to receive drill after night. There are many young men, like myself, who are employed in shops until seven o'clock in the evening, and, therefore, could not join the ...

    Article : 206 words
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