A few months ago, a farmer named Hodges, who had attended Oxford Market, and who, no doubt, bad been seen to come out of Messrs, Merrell's Bank, was accosted by a gentlemanly ...Article : 728 words
RECENT arrivals have placed us in possession of the latest Cape Town papers. War still seems to be the favorite field sport in that locale, but, nevertheless, the Turf and the chase are not ...Article : 858 words
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WE have promised our Sporting friends to recur to the crusade which the Sydney Bench have lately threatened to wage against both the professors and patrons of ...Article : 2,855 words
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