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  2. Classified Advertising

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    Advertising : 1,219 words
  3. Northern Jockey Club.

    A meeting of the committee of this club was held on Thursday evening at Brown's (late Fuhford's Hotel), to consider the fixing of dates for the next race meeting and ...

    Article : 302 words

    PRESENTATION TO MR. W. W. STEPHEN.—After office hours on Tuesday [?]fternoon last, W. W. Stephen, Esq., late Under-Se[?]retary for Lands, was the recipient of a very handsome chronograph watch and ...

    Article : 1,494 words
  5. London Wool Sales.

    Sales of 2867 bales, from Sydney and Queensland, by Jacomb, Son, and Co., on Wednesday, 24th November, 1880:- Ex Min-y-don, Chimborazo, John Elder, and Potosi, ...

    Article : 2,818 words
  6. The Steamer Collaroy

    [?] Monday evening the contractors and [?]men succeeded in laying a 5-inch wire [?]40 fathoms in length, and a 9-inch [?] awser, in connection with an anchor ...

    Article : 442 words
  7. Newcastle Wallsend Coal Company.

    The half-yearly meeting was held on Thursday, at noon; Mr. M. Metcalfe in the chair. The following report was submitted:- The directors beg to submit their report of the ...

    Article : 662 words
  8. [?]izure of a Schooner by Mutineers.

    The Ovala (says the N. Z. Herald), which [?]ved at Auckland on January 17, brought [?]ews from Raratonga of the seizure of the [?]schooner Hammonia at Puka-puka by the ...

    Article : 456 words

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