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  2. ROTHSCHILD'S RAMPAGE

    A young man named Harold Rothschild, fresh from America, got himself into a pretty pickle by his very fresh course of conduct on Thursday, and, on being thrum ...

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  3. PTOMAINES.

    The item of news given below is calculated to seriously disturb the peace of mind of those who are fond of tinned foods which involve no trouble in preparing for table. ...

    Article : 706 words
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  6. SHEISMS.

    After another week of suspense and letter writing, and the visit of Mr. Holman to Melbourne to interview Mr. Fisher, we are informed that Mr. Fisher has agreed to pay ...

    Article : 3,470 words
  7. THE DARLING HARBOR DEPREDATIONS.

    In connection with the recent alleged depredations at Darling Harbor, Watt[?] Ray and James Mooney, [?] Fagin, who were last week committee, for trial or ...

    Article : 155 words
  8. NURSE QUICKLY.

    In his speech in reply on the Chidley matter in the House on Tuesday night, Mr. R. D. Meagher drew comparisons with an old case. He said if the opinion of the ...

    Article : 332 words
  9. MOVE HON.

    There is trouble, tribulation, and indignation in the minds of some of the dowager duchesses and princesses of Potts Point. No longer can they hold ...

    Article : 358 words
  10. FIRM.

    Our Labor Ministry is not going to lot G. Hatton, the man who is serving three years in connection with the Lithgow riots, out of gaol. No siree! It was hard enough ...

    Article : 334 words
  11. BAND PERFORMANCE.

    The Sydney Profession Band will give a performance in Hyde Park this afternoon, at 3 p.m. The following is the programme:—Grand March, "Tannlauser" (Wagner); ...

    Article : 66 words
  12. WHARF FOR.

    An Adelaide man connected with International Correspondence Schools, Ltd. had a cheque dishonored by a local bank. He brought an action against the bank. ...

    Article : 48 words
  13. A SCENTRAL IDENTITY.

    Everyone whoso business takes him or her to the Central Police Court is familiar with Mr. Arthur David Roberts, the chief warrant clerk at that depositary of justice, Mr. ...

    Article : 273 words
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  17. PINCHPENNY YARNS.

    The Windsor "Gazette" is disgusted with the scare-mongering Sydney sheets, which published extraordinary accounts of floods on the Hawkesbury during the last spell of ...

    Article : 114 words
  18. ASTONISHED.

    A country editor professes astonishment over the death of an inventor, whose monoplane capsized in a breeze, and fell from a height of 300ft. There is nothing ...

    Article : 128 words
  19. MORAL MELBOURNE.

    The Melbourne people are getting almost as moral as those of New Zealand, if that were possible. It comes as most amusing to the rest of the Commonwealth to learn ...

    Article : 117 words
  20. WATTLE.

    The wattles in the bush around Bankstown are one mass of yellow, and for the next month of Sundays the tired-looking city clerk, and his fair companion, will ...

    Article : 101 words
  21. RANDWICK FOR EVER.

    A Tenterfield alderman chuckles because he arrived there some years ago with a very small stocking and can now boast a wife and ten children, and ...

    Article : 96 words
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