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  2. Advertising

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    Advertising : 91 words
  3. Brief Mention

    A new church was opened at Oxley, in the Tamworth circuit, on Sunday last, the Rev. J. Colwell officiating. Enfield Church (Burwood circuit) celebrated its semi-Jubilee on Sunday and Tuesday last. We hope ...

    Article : 1,062 words

    By an unfortunate printer's omission in our editorial note last week, the objects of the Fund were obscurely, if not incorrectly stated. What the Editor wrote was: "We have nowan opportunity to 'make the ...

    Article : 198 words
  5. A Credulous Sceptic.

    To attempt anything in the shape of a reply to the atheistic lectures of Mr. Joseph M'Cabe would require more space than is available in these columns for a subject of that kind. That that gentleman's putting ...

    Article : 275 words
  6. The Papacy and Toleration.

    Whilst Romanism is clamouring for abatement of the terms of the Coronation Oath, it is interesting to turn to its own attitude to the great principle of toleration. The incidents connected with the visits ...

    Article : 351 words
  7. Sunday Trading by a State Hotel.

    From Western Australia comes an account of a transaction on a recent Sunday afternoon which should give pause to all advocates of "State Control" of the liquor traffic as a means of solving the problem of ...

    Article : 479 words
  8. Cradle, Altar, and Grave.

    Our excellent contemporary the "Spectator" (Melbourne) has compiled some interesting particulars from the vital statistics of the Commonwealth for the year, 1909. The total number of births amounted to 114,071, ...

    Article : 296 words
  9. Football with Fists.

    An epidemic of ruffianism in connection with football has once more come our way, and the papers record the development of a recent game between two prominent teams on the Sydney Agricultural Ground ...

    Article : 274 words



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