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  3. SHEKELS SMITH'S SORROW.

    Bruth Thmith is "a prood mon the noo," and why? Well because, as he told an audience last Tuesday in the Sydney Unitarian Church. his peculiarly ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  4. TRIUMPHANT BLUDGERS

    The article in last week's "Truth" on pragmatical police who pursue and pester would be honest men is fully warranted by the facts well-known to all members ...

    Article : 1,806 words
  5. "ABBIE DABBIE!"

    Out in the bone yard he now rests, Unheading the police and other pests, Who worried him of yore. He cares not now what wins a race ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 127 words
  6. Hop-Juice Heroes.

    Dead silent is the croaking crew which railed at firemen bold, Since there, in words succinct and few, The stirring tale was told; ...

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  7. EVANS AND HIS ENEMY

    The squabbles at the Evanses and the Burys, that have been before on of other of the Courts over a series of years, received special attention at the hands ...

    Article : 295 words
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