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    STATED that, as a result of the Victorian Gaming Act, the Little Bourke-street fan-tan people are ...

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  3. Uerse—and Worse

    Perth gramaphone firm announce that their "machines speak for themselves." Man named Rudolph Drumboski was ...

    Article : 861 words
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  5. SHORTLY AFTER.

    At Mr. Gerald Browne's Flannaus Club send-off, Messrs. Cowle and Pell referred to the "extensive prospecting work done by Mr. Browne in the earlly ...

    Article : 207 words
  6. The Sunday Times

    One of the most persistent patrons of the suburban door-knocker is the Salvation Army lassie who wants to know if you will get the domestic ...

    Article : 901 words
  7. DEGENERATION

    What has come over Australian letters? Things have never been so bad since Marcus Clarke joined his great compeers, Kendall and Gordon. ...

    Article : 835 words
  8. CONVENTIONALITIES.

    Cable: The Ameer of Afghanistan, who is visiting Calcutta, is enjoying himself in a truly Christian m[?]nner, and is disregarding severe convention ...

    Article : 395 words
  9. TINNED DOG.

    Last week the Health Department scized a huge consignment of cronk Chicago, and decided to dump it out in the Indian Ocean. ...

    Article : 470 words
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