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  2. OBITUARY

    Mr. Andrew Stanley Morrison, who had been living with his brother, Mr. G. C. Morrison, Tumbarumba, for several months, and who was ...

    Article : 54 words
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  4. MR. W. H. HINCHCLIFFE

    "Whilst preparing to leave for Albury on Saturday morning. February 20, Mr. William Horsefall [?]cliffe manager of Tooma Station ...

    Article : 80 words
  5. THE CRAGS OF BRUNDANOON

    Oh, come with me from sea and shore. From thronging quay and city roar, From crowded hart and click of ...

    Article : 298 words
  6. AUSTRALIANITIES

    An American visitor and I were perched up on the Kurrajong Range some years ago at a commanding spit that afforded a delghtful panoramic ...

    Article : 180 words
  7. MR. G. REID.

    The depth occurred on Saturday afternoon in the Junee Hospital, of Mr. George Reid, who resided on the Gundagai road, four miles from ...

    Article : 302 words
  8. MISS FANNY LOUISA BROWN

    On February 26th, at Sefton Private' Hospital, Tumut, there passed to her long rest Miss Fanny Louisa Brown at the age of 71 years. Miss ...

    Article : 789 words
  9. NOT HIDE BUT PRIDE.

    "Well," I said reflectively, "there's much truth in what you say. I have little doubt, but our people don't seem to have the hide of your folks; ...

    Article : 148 words
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  11. P.P. BOARD TO ASK KEN HOAD TO BEARD LANG

    The proceedings at the P.P. Board meeting, on Tuesday, took a rather humorous turn, when a letter was received from the Council of Advice ...

    Article : 291 words
  12. I GET BUSY

    That American man made me sit up and think, and when I met him a day or two after in Sydney I showed him some lines I had written ...

    Article : 173 words
  13. THE SCENE CHANGES

    A few weeks Inter I took, my appreciative friend for a run to Bundanoon, and when we had followed the innocent little gully down a while ...

    Article : 281 words
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