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  2. People Say That

    Our old beliefs continue to be shattered. A bull residing at Gulgong, where the streets are so narrow that the ...

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  6. MIXED BABIES.

    A "mixed baby" problem that might have puzzled Solomon, recently came before the magistrate in the Essex Market Court, states New York ...

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  7. POISON IN MILK.

    In New South Wales during 1917 upwards of 27,000 school children were requited as suffering from infectious discuses. If this indicates ...

    Article : 211 words
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  9. MOTOR TAXES.

    The motorists of Victoria have paid annually in taxation, up to year, sufficient to meet the interest on all money expended by the Country Roads board ...

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  10. A BLIND SOLDIER ROBBED.

    On Saturday last a blind returned soldier named Hobart Billington was the victim of a cowardly theft. When he left the Randwick Military ...

    Article : 71 words
  11. RABBITER IS TOP DOG.

    The yarn of a Gundagai landowner (says the "Independent.")--Three months ago I owned a nice sulky turn out, with a good sort of pony--it was ...

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  13. BLIND JUSTICE.

    A boy stole £3 from his father, bought a rifle, shot another boy in the wrist, and killed a horse. But that is nothing. A girl wheedled £3 from ...

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  14. PROFITEERING.

    Mr James, Minister for Education during a speech at Cootamundra last week, referred to a suggestion that a special education tax should be imposed ...

    Article : 116 words
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