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  2. A VISITOR'S VIEWS.

    Sir,—As a visitor to Cootamundra, will you permit me to say how favourably impressed I am with the appearance of the town in general. There is ...

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  4. MISS ELLA CASPERS.

    Miss Ella Caspora is well known to our readers. She is a native of Albury and received her early training in Goulburn. She made her ...

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  8. A QUAINT ENTERTAINMENT.

    The Fisk-Jubilee-Singers, who are 50 well known for their popular singing of Jubilee choruses, plantation melodies, and rollicking glees, will ...

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  9. WEDDING BELLS.

    A very pretty wedding took place at the Presbyterian Church on Wednesday, 13th May. The contracting parties were Francis Mitchell, son of ...

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  10. EXECUTIVE COUNCIL APPOINTMENTS.

    The following appointments were confirmed by the New South Wales Executive Council on Monday:—Mr. David Fell, as a commissioner ...

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  11. RUGBY LEAGUE FOOTBALL.

    Mr. C. H. J. Upton, secretary of the New South Wales Rugby League in Sydney writes:—"Re Temora and Cootamundra playing League this ...

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    Westport (N.Z.) waterside workers refuse to recognise either the Federation of Labour or the Social Democratic party. In a remarkable letter they ...

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    Anti-American outbursts continue in Mexico. An American official was chased into the Brazilian Consule[?], who refused to give up the refugee, and ...

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    Casual tram conductors are advocating a stop-work meeting if their complaints are not redressed by the Government. ...

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