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    The pleasures of Boxing Day at [?] were sadly brought to a ter[?] early in the afternoon by the [?] escape of several surfers from [?] ...

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    A good many persons are eagerly scanning the financial horizon just now, to see if there is any break in the clouds —to drop metaphor, to see if there is ...

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    Mr. Griffith, Minister for Works, is reported to have said that an Independent Party is not strictly Parliamentary. Never did he say anything that is less ...

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  7. Blayney.

    The result of the Blayney by-election is eagerly awaited. The "selected" Labour candidate seems to lose ground day by day. Mr Beeby's personal popularity, ...

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  8. Fish Markets.

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    Sultry and unsettled, with thunderstorms over eastern half and northern border districts. Fine and cooler in west, with southerly winds extending later. Generally ...

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  10. Commission Agents Reports.

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  11. The Clarence & Richmond Examiner.

    The High Commissioner (Sir George Reid) has made a thorough investigation into the Australian butter trade as conducted in England and his report, tabled ...

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    On Tuesday, before Mr. H. M. Cleeve J.P. Francis George Laurie, for drunkenness on the Court-house verandah, was ...

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  13. The Share Market.

    It is possible, however, to be too pessimistic, and to regard as menacing, indications which are as enviable as the rise of the thermometer when the ...

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  14. The Food Commission.

    The recommendations of the Food Commission don't seem particularly calculated to lessen the price of meat. Undoubtedly the transit of stock should be ...

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  17. The Federal Arbitration Court.

    The prospect of obtaining settlement of industrial disputes, which crop up almost daily (without crushing expense and delay) by means of the Federal ...

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  18. An Eyesore.

    Yesterday a representative of the "Examiner" drew the Mayor's attention to the condition of the Pound-street drain, between Prince and Duke-streets. As is ...

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  19. The Ferry Service.

    Numerous and loud were the complaints made on Boxing Day at the inadequacy of the ferry service at Grafton. For some time past the Lady Beatrice has been ...

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  20. Order of Royal Foresters.

    The usual quarterly meeting of Court No. 434 was held in the Forester's Hall on Monday evening, there being a large number of the brotheren present. After the ...

    Article : 236 words
  21. Christmas Eve.

    Beyond a large crowd parading the streets until a late hour, there was nothing particularly st[?] about Grafton's Xmas Eve. It was a beautiful evening, with the ...

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  22. A Record Catch.

    Mr. E. T. Blaxland, while fishing at Yamba on Boxing Day, made a record in catching whiting. He was out altogether four hours, and in that time caught 186 ...

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  23. Grafton Musical Festival.

    The adjudicator of the late Lismore Musical Festival, Mr. Wm. Aspery, who is compiling the schedule for the coming Lismore Festival, has also consented to compile ...

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  24. Council's Road Roller.

    There was landed this week from the works of J. H. Hicks, of Mascot (through their Australian agents, Messrs. Wallace and Co., of Sydney), to the order of the ...

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  25. Sympathy or Justice?

    At a Domain meeting on Sunday, the case in favour of the release of Hatton, who was convicted of a wantonly destructive outrage on the occasion of the ...

    Article : 241 words



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