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  2. GRANVILLE

    The half-yearly general meeting of shareholders of Hudson Bros'. Limited was held in the Board-room, Vickery's Chambers, Pitt-st., chairman and managing director (Mr. H. ...

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  3. ERMINGTON.

    Some of the inhabitants of Ermington think the Ryde Council should take steps towards providing a bridge across the creek in Brush- road. where one is certainly much required. A ...

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  4. Death of Rev. W. H. Saunders.

    We have to-day to make the regretful announcement of the death, since our last issue, of Rev. William H. Saunders—incumbent of the Rookwood-Auburn parish—to whose serious ...

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  5. Entertainment.

    A lantern entertainment was given in the Primitive Methodist Church, Granville on Monday evening in aid of the Sunday School fonds. Mr. Hoyle of the Railway Department ...

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  6. Mr. J. Rayner.

    Mr. J. Rayner of Granville returned to N.S. Wales from England last week after a five months trip to and from the mother country. Mr. Rayner spent some seven weeks chiefly in ...

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  7. POULTRY NOTES.

    This South Coast town is coming right to the fore in the poultry show line, and last week's exhibition was the best to date. In poultry alone, there were over 350 exhibits. besides ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 676 words
  8. AUBURN.

    The Auburn Council met on Monday, present: the Major (Mr. L. T. Roper) aldermen Taylor, Small, J. Ritchie, Baker and Smith. ...

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  9. The Co-operative Delegates in the Auburn-Granville District.

    The delegates to Australia on behalf of the Wholesale agency of the various Co-operative Societies of Great Britain (Messrs. Stoker, Jones, and Clay) paid a visit to the Auburn- ...

    Article : 625 words
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  11. ROOKWOOD.

    A movement is on foot to establish a Rookwood cricket club (seniors). A meeting with this object in view is to be held at Mr. J. Abraham's hotel early next week. ...

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