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  2. THE TERRIBLE RAILWAY ACCDENT.

    The Board of Inquiry into the railway accident began its siltings to-day. There is now scarcely any difference of opinion among the railway experts as to the cause of the ...

    Article : 224 words
  3. A NOTABLE INDIVIDUAL.

    In our issue of the 2nd of May we gave a brief outline of the life of Dr. Gordon, alias Dr. Lamb, &c., who was arrested by Seniorconstable Glackin on the 24th of April for ...

    Article : 2,069 words
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  5. THE GARDEN AND THE FIELD.

    Anyone can grow a cabbage, and any kind of tillage is adequate to produce so common and acceptable a vegetable. Such seems to be the widely-held opinion of the many. ...

    Article : 722 words
  6. NORTHERN MAIL NEWS

    The Tournsrille Bulletin, speaking of Mr. T. Bevan's expedition to New Guinen, says that that gentleman discovered that for which all preyious explorers in that territory had in ...

    Article : 723 words
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