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  4. TELEGRAMS

    It is understood that the Intermediate Examination this year, will be held in October. ...

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  5. JOCKEY INJURED.

    H. G. Russell, an apprenticed lockey, was injured at Randwick this morning, when his mount, Bonoroon, fell on the course proper. On ...

    Article : 58 words
  6. DISASTROUS FIRE AT SAN FRANCISCO.

    A fire, which broke out on Tuesday in the wealthy section of Mill City, across the Golden Gate (San Francisco) destroyed 130 houses. It is ...

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  7. EYESIGHT

    Mr. J. A. Gillman, F.V.O.A., manager of the firm of A. A. Abotomey, will visit Corowa on Tuesday, July 9, and may be consulted at the Star Hotel. ...

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  8. LABOUR POLICY IN ENGLAND.

    Speaking in the House of Commons on the debate on the Address. in Reply, Mr. J. H. Thomas, Minister for Unemployment said that in the ...

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  9. BORDER RAILWAY AGREEMENT.

    The following paragraph is taken from the Acting-Governor's speech at the opening of the Victorian Parliament, on Wednesday:--"With the ...

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  10. THIEF'S BIG HAUL

    An unknown man broke into the house of a Mr. Johnson, of Killara yesterday, and secured a passbook from a wardrobe and subsequentis ...

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  11. EUCHRE PARTY AND DANCE.

    The third of a series of [?]uchre parties end dances in aid of the R.C. Convent Building Fund was held in the Band Hall last Tuesday night. ...

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  12. RELICS OF THE PAST.

    Six bodies in a remarkable [?] preservation were found by wo[?]men where the excavations are being made at the entrance to the Sydney [?] ...

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  13. WAHGUNYAH SCHOOL OF ARTS

    The annual meeting of debenture holders of the School of Arts, Wahgunyah, was hold on Tuesday evening last, when there were present: ...

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  14. INCREASED TAXATION IN VIEW.

    The Prime Minister, Mr. Bruce referring to the possibility of an increase in the Petrol Tax and higher rates for telephone and telegraphic ...

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  15. NEW ZEALAND AGAIN SHAKEN.

    Further heavy earthquakes are reported from New Zealand. At Westport the buildings were shaken violently. Mount Glasgow ...

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  16. OBITUARY.

    The death occurred on Wednesday at the residence of his daughter, Mrs. D. Maloney. Oaklands, of Mr. George Sydenham, aged 87 years. ...

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  17. BAND SUBSCRIPTIONS.

    Durin[?] the past week the Mayor (Mr. John Chivell), who is chairman of the committee of the [?]order Brass Band, and Mr. Jas H. Willis, also a ...

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  18. BURNT OUT!

    Josh Billings once said that half the philosophy of the World was contained in the words "grin and bear it." ...

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  19. COROWA I.H. SCHOOL

    The local P. and C. Association has been very disappointed in the delay in connection with the new building scheme. ...

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