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  2. ANSWERS AND NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS.

    Fair Play—We have received n second ill-spelt, stupid, and scurrilous letter from an impudent person writing, or getting some person to write for him, anonymously under the signature. We once more tell this fellow ...

    Article : 1,451 words
  3. MELBOURNE HUNT DOINGS.

    A bright sky overhead, but moist ground under foot, gladdened tho hearts of the many sportsmen who assembled, on Saturday last, for the first open meet of the Melbourne Pack. The tryst was the Brighton Hotel, ...

    Article : 1,024 words
  4. TURF GOSSIP.

    Homebush is the subject apparently uppermost in sporting men's minds, as it is ever uppermost upon their tongues, and each sporting coterie perpetually discusses the probabilities of what will unquestionably be the best ...

    Article : 2,074 words
  5. THE ELECTION RACES.

    The present week has been a busy one, and the important events that have been decided will, doubtless, exercise cousiderable influence on the Great Political Derby. We have much pleasure in recording the total ...

    Article : 685 words
  6. THE RESULT OF THE ELECTIONS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 39 words
  7. LONDON.

    A "ministerial crisis" is the all-absorbing topic of the day. The announcement that Parliament is to be, forthwith dissolved will doubtless surprise your readers. A vote tantamount to a vote of censure on ...

    Article : 2,246 words
  8. Advertising

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    Advertising : 96 words
  9. THE AUSTRALIAN DECAMERON.

    [The pressure on our columns of matter of a more peculiarly sporting character has caused us to keep the "Decameron" standing ororfor some weeks.] "Well my lads" continued the doctor, Adelaide was ...

    Article : 1,126 words
  10. SYDNEY.

    Nothing of course goes down now but "Homebush." Talk of "Household Words," it is far more familiar in all sporting mouths than any "household word," and will, doubueu, continue so till the day of running. I ...

    Article : 1,078 words
  11. ANNUAL PLOUGHING MATCH OF THE PORT PHILLIP FARMERS SOCIETY.

    It requires no philosophic reasoning to establishing the fact that the first step towards good farming is good ploughing, for whatever trade or profession any individual may adopt, it is a sine qua non to be well ...

    Article : 1,461 words
  12. Family Notices

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    Family Notices : 87 words
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    LET the members of the peace party dispute the fact as they will, the love of fighting, and the desire for victory is so deeply implanted in the breast of mankind, that it will take ...

    Article : 580 words
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