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  2. POLICE v. PEOPLE.

    Mrs Fred Wagg, formerly Mr a Grenos, a resident of Erskineville, has a grievance, and a very righteous one. Mrs Wagg's husband, like many another good man, has been ...

    Article : 1,044 words
  3. THE PREMIER'S DISGRACE.

    'Mr. Russell-Jones M.P., is to be associated with the Premier in a secretarial capacity while in England.'—News item. Now this was what the Premier told, ...

    Article : 695 words
  4. CHESS.

    Chess players who are desirous of aiding in the establishment of an [?]udependent column, conducted by an expert. are requested to forward original games, problems, and news. Communications to be ...

    Article : 85 words
  5. A LITTLE TRAGEDY.

    HE was too deeply in love with her to reflect that the extremely decollet[?]e bodice which revealed her charms to him so lavishly was equally generous in that ...

    Article : 622 words
  6. PROBLEM XXV.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 188 words
  7. OUR HOTTEST POLICE FORCE.

    SIR,—First of all, by way of preface, kindly allow me to point out that when your leading article appeared ia TRUTH about five months ago, in which fossil Fosbery was properly ...

    Article : 1,179 words
  8. CHESS NEWS.

    Simultaneous chess play has fallen into evil repute locally, and TRUTH does not wonder at it. Time was when an exhibition of simultaneous chess play here was given ...

    Article : 931 words
  9. Advertising

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    Advertising : 2,318 words
  10. ON GUARD.

    WE are constantly being told that Sydney ia much under-policed, and we always were under the impression that the Force was undermanned. That impression has been ...

    Article : 210 words
  11. LOCAL PRODUCTION.

    THE tweeds, serges, diagonal coatings, etc., of Messrs Murray Bros., of Parramatta, took special, first, special prize, and gold medal at the recent ...

    Article : 248 words
  12. WHAT ABE POLICE FOR?

    SIR,—Are our police supposed to be protectors of oar property or not? On Monday evening latt, while I was away on business—keeping me till late—my wife went out ...

    Article : 402 words
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