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  2. A Real Experience.

    BOTH bushrangers' faces relaxed their stern expression. " Well, Mr. Cartwright," said Pearson, " Your mate's in gond spirits, at any rate, ...

    Article : 2,016 words
  3. Windsor Police Court.

    Elizabeth Hand. — Charged with being drunk in George-street on the 25th. Fined 10s. or three days. Sarah Thompson.—Similar case. Fined in ...

    Article : 248 words
  4. Richmond.

    AFTER a storm a calm; everything has been very quiet after our late junketing—in fact, matters are quite monotonous. THE REAPER—the unwelcome one— ...

    Article : 958 words
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  6. RACKS AT CLARENDON.

    A SMALL gathering of sportsmen took place at Clarendon on Saturday afternoon last. Host Young, of Richmond, with his usual civility, dispensed creature comforts to those ...

    Article : 718 words
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