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  2. West Maitland Police Court.

    LARCENY.—William Cush, a boy, pleaded guilty to stealing 3s. 6d. and a handerchief, the property of John Pinfold. Constable Dunshea explained that the theft occurred ...

    Article : 613 words
  3. [?]trick's Plains Jockey Club Races.

    If fine weather and good fields constitute a sucssful race meeting, the committee of the Patrick's ains Jockey Club were blessed in this parular, and they are certainly to be ...

    Article : 4,434 words
  4. The Ring-barking Question.

    The following letters have appeared in the Sydney Mail, in continuation of previous correspondence:- RING-BARKING AND ITS EFFECTS. ...

    Article : 707 words
  5. The Australian Eleven V. Gloucestershire.

    None of the matches arranged by the Australians in this country have been looked forward to with so much interest as that commenced on the Clifton College ground on ...

    Article : 461 words
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