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    At the Inquest on the jockey Greenhalgh, who was killed at Randwick during the Tramway handicap, a verdict of accidental death was returned. An inquest has been held on the body of the infant ...

    Article : 786 words

    THE AMERICAN BLIGHT ON APPLE TREES.— The agricultural reporter of the Melbourne Australasian, writing of farms on the Campa[?]pe, and particularly of the farms of Messrs Robbins, first ...

    Article : 1,651 words

    SIR,—At the police court to-day a case (Israel v. Kelton) was heard before Messrs. Vindin, Wolstenholme, and Mitchell, J's.P., wherein the defendant was charged with using insulting words in a ...

    Article : 337 words
  5. Arrival of the Bishop of Newcastle in Sydney.

    The Chimborazo anchored at a quarter to two o'clock yesterday. The Venerable Archdeacon Child, Vicar-General of Newcastle, the Rev. Mr. Wilson, and two Sydney Laymen had gone in a ...

    Article : 199 words

    The Australians won the match against Eighteen of Sunderland in one innings with 38 runs to spare. Bonner made 57 and Bl[?]ck[?]am 37 Simla, Saturday, Aug. 14. ...

    Article : 93 words

    THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND AT VACY.—Recently the little wooden church at Vacy had become in rather a dilapidated state of repair. A short time ago the members, as well as the attendants of the ...

    Article : 1,234 words
  8. Tattersall's Spring Race Meeting.

    The weather to-day was fine for the races. T[?]E HURDLE RAC[?]. Dr. Cortis' b.g. Pearl Diver, aged.................... 1 Mr. P. N. Bayly's ch.g. The Hatter. 6 yrs............ 2 ...

    Article : 202 words
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    Advertising : 1,775 words
  10. District Telegrams.

    The horserace between Battleaxe and Maid of Erin came off to-day, for one hundred pounds aside. Battleaxe won by a length. ...

    Article : 36 words

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