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  2. Cricket Notes.

    On Thursday, the Grafton Alberts journeyed to Rocky Mouth, and pitted a strong eleven against the down river club, and won by 133 runs. The Alberts were first on the defensive, and made a fair stand, ...

    Article : 797 words
  3. Our European Letter.

    IN his elaborate official report on the trade and commerce of Hamburg, Consul-General Annesley gives an interesting account of the negotiations for the incorporation of that ancient Free State with the ...

    Article : 2,135 words

    FOR many years the feats of our champions of the oar have possessed the keenest interest and pleasure for Australians. The names of Trickett, Laycock, and Rush are household words. They have during ...

    Article : 2,712 words
  5. Car[?]'s Creek.

    WEATHER AND CROPS.—Drops of rain are more plentiful in this part now than items of news. We have had a splendid fall of rain lately, which has replenished the tanks and refreshed the growing ...

    Article : 485 words
  6. Wardell.

    THE crossing still continues in a wretched state, and both shipowners and storekeepers are enraged at the continued negligence of the Government in not sending the promised dredge. All the manufactures ...

    Article : 274 words
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