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  2. WHICH WINS?

    "A man who pray'd not only words but meanings when he knelt, And preached of actions to be done, not theories to be felt" ANON, ...

    Article : 5,382 words
  3. RAILWAY ACCIDENT AT CAMPBELLTOWN

    THIS morning, as the 3.30 train left the station, a number of horse were on, the railroad line, which galloped along until they came to the first Culvert, where they stopped en masse, and before the engine ...

    Article : 567 words
  4. ACCLIMATISATION SOCIETY.

    A PUBLIC meeting was held on Monday evening at the Australian Library, Bent-street, for the purpose of receiving the report from the provisional committee, and for the performance of other business necessary to the establishment of ...

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  5. OPENING OF THE CRICKET SEASON.

    ON Saturday, 2nd instant, a match was commenced on the Domain ground, between the Albert and Warwick Clubs, and the weather being very favourable, a large concourse of spectators was present. Both aides brought food teams ...

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  6. THE NEW PRINCE OF WALES THEATRE.

    WE mentioned in our issue of Saturday last that the competitive designs of Mr. J. F. Hilly for the new Prince of Wales Theatre had been approved of, and that be had received instructions from the owner of the property—the Hon. R. Fitzgerald, M.L.C.,—to ...

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