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  2. Advertising

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  3. DISTRICT NEWS.

    A [?]e of young ladies at the Mission Hall last week were rather startled by the appearance of a large snake. One volunteered to watch it while the other went in search of ...

    Article : 166 words
  4. MERCURY JUNIOR.

    There is situate on a sunny hill near the banks of the Hunter River, about eleven miles from Maitland, an old stone farm house, which has stood there for more than thirty years, but looks as if it ...

    Article : 1,939 words
  5. GUNNEDAH.

    The weather at present is very hot and sultry. Thunderstorms have been prevalent, but very little rain has resulted. Only 3,30 points recorded since 1st January. Last year ...

    Article : 534 words
  6. ABERDEEN.

    Still the cry goes up of "More rain, more rain." Since writing last we have had some welcome showers, but the intervening scorchingly hot days have dried up the young growth ...

    Article : 594 words
  7. A BOY GUEST.

    "Why, yes," said Mrs. Stonben, slowly, "you may invite Harry for a week if you like. Be sure to say a week in your letter." This was in answer to her son's urgent request. ...

    Article : 957 words
  8. OUR PUZZLES.

    Following are solutions to puzzles given on February 23:—1. W-idow. I-thamar. N-athan. T-roas. E-gypt. R-euel,—Winter. 2. Because its capital is Dublin (doubling.) 3. Scot-land, ...

    Article : 294 words
  9. EDITOR'S DRAWER.

    "Oh dear!" sighed Mosie, for the thirteenth time, maybe, from the corner where he was playing jack-stones all alone by himself. Mamma had gone over to spend the afternoon ...

    Article : 662 words
  10. CLARENCE AND RICHMOND.

    On Tuesday last the eldest son of Mr. J. Stock, of Tatham, died in the Casino Hospital, from lung disease. A few months ago this young man (Mr. Q. Stock) looked as hale and hearty as it was ...

    Article : 287 words
  11. DENMAN.

    The weather continues dry and hot, without sign of change; the thermometer frequently registering over 100 deg. in the shade. Sickness is very prevalent, which is ...

    Article : 342 words
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