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  2. Advertising

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    Advertising : 396 words
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    Advertising : 384 words
  4. Early Days Of Port Stephens

    "Saturday, June 12.—The bullocks and men rested to-day to allow us to ride about, the country between the tents and the mouth of ...

    Article : 805 words
  5. THE HUNT.

    Monday, 19th.—"At daylight this morning every soul on the settlement was on the move. I directed every indented servant to be ...

    Article : 507 words
  6. Canberra

    Since my last letter we formed a party to climb Mount Ainslie. This mountain is 2700 feet above sea level, and is situated to the east of ...

    Article : 433 words

    On Friday, July 23, 1830, Sir Edward began a short tour of inspection of the company's closer domains. He writes: "I set oft at ...

    Article : 360 words

    Mr. Dangar, after Sir Edward's visit to the Barrington, had been dispatched to the locality to make surveys and a report. He returned ...

    Article : 175 words
  9. After All The Promises

    Pointing out the vast difference between Prohibition New York and liquor-licensed London, the New York correspondent of the London ...

    Article : 218 words
  10. Christmas Shopping

    Everybody must have noticed the growing tendency to give to friends and relatives at Christmas time, gifts which will be of service after ...

    Article : 203 words
  11. A ROBBERY.

    Some excitement was caused on Sunday, July 18, as can be gathered from the following entry in the journal: "This evening, while ...

    Article : 350 words



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