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  2. WILLIAMS AGRICULTURAL HALL.

    Mr. F. H. Piesse (Director of Public Works) on June 1 declared the Agricultural Hall at the Williams open. Great preparations had been made by the ...

    Article : 364 words
  3. PAPAL OR PAPISH.

    SIR,—"Papish," "Popish," "Romish," are all in the same category. Their use in these days is restricted to men who are ignorant or malicious — who substitute ...

    Article : 132 words
  4. CORRESPONDENCE.

    SIR,—To anyone acquainted with our colony's finances it must be evident that the present position of things is not only unsatisfactory but serious. Our ...

    Article : 2,523 words
  5. AUSTRALIAN TANNED LEATHERS.

    SIR,—I think the Collector of Customs in his report for 1897 went out of his way to disparage the Australian tanning industry, or showed his utter ignorance of ...

    Article : 528 words
  6. WHEN A GIRL IS NINETEEN.

    A maiden's maidenly confessions are always interesting, not only to her own sex, but likewise to the other sex. Particularly interesting will prove the ...

    Article : 659 words
  7. THE REGISTRATION OF FIRMS ACT.

    SIR,—My partner and self being desirous of strictly conforming to the letter of the law, and not feeling disposed to pay touts for doing simple registration work for us, ...

    Article : 599 words
  8. THIEVES AT HIGHGATE HILL

    Shortly after 2 o'clock on Sunday morning Constable Malone, who was on duty near the dwelling of Mrs. Grant, close to the Norwood Hotel at Highgate Hill, heard ...

    Article : 279 words
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