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  2. "BONA VISTA."

    One of the finest estates in the whole of Victoria lies just to the south of Warragul, and is known as "Bona Vista." It originally ...

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  3. AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSOCIATION.

    The present half-yearly syllabus of the A.N.A. sets apart an evening for ladies, and it was decided to organise a progressive euchre party, which ...

    Article : 523 words
  4. LOCAL BUILDING TRADE

    Another indication of the general prosperity of this portion of Gippsland is afforded by the briskness in the building trade. The local firms have ...

    Article : 306 words
  5. LIGHTING DROUIN WITH GUM LEAF GAS.

    Messrs. Parkes and Reincke, as promoters of the gum leaf gas company, met it committee of the Buln Buln Council on Tuesday to lay before that body certain ...

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  6. CORRESPONDENCE.

    Sir,—I trust you will give space for the following crude remarks, and which gives me pain to be obliged to ask for. They are in reference to an address given ...

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  7. DROUIN CHORAL SOCIETY.

    The Mechanics' Hall, Drouin, was crowded to the doors on Friday evening last when the recently-formed Choral Society held their first public concert. ...

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  8. ROTARY-DISC PLOUGH.

    For ploughing up virgin land, and cultivating difficult and heavy country, such as is found in Gippsland after the soil has been relieved of the burden ...

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  9. A SMART TRANSACTION.

    Shopkeepers are often the victims of designing customers, and many tricks are adopted in order to get goods for nothing, but a young man in a country town ...

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  10. ST. PAUL'S SUNDAY SCHOOL.

    A very enjoyable children's tea party, and social evening in connection with St. Paul's Sunday School, was held in the Masonic hall on ...

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  11. PICTURESQUE WARRAGUL

    In the current issue of The Leader is a view of Warragul. It is a very good picture, but it has one defect—it is difficult to recognise the town it represents. ...

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  12. THE PIONEER LIVERY STABLES.

    On the first page of this issue will be found the announcement that Mr. G. Alford has become the proprietor of the Pioneer livery stables, recently ...

    Article : 218 words
  13. THE FOOTBALL SEASON

    Wednesday last was one of the finest days the local football clubs have experienced since the commencement of the competition. The Warragul ...

    Article : 124 words
  14. THE FACTORIES ACT.

    The working of the Factories Act is receiving such wholesale condemnation all round, that we are quite justified in asking how such a faulty ...

    Article : 297 words
  15. SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

    As usual, the tipsters of the metropolitan sporting and other journals, in their prognostications of the winner of the above event, like the man who fell out ...

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  16. DROUIN v. HALF-HOLIDAY

    The Half-holiday team journeyed to Drouin, and although very well represented suffered defeat. The Drouin ground was in capital order, and there ...

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  17. LOCAL MARKET REPORTS.

    We report having held our usual weekly market at our yards, Warragul, on Thursday the 4th. Another very short yarding of cattle, which however sold ...

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  18. A RAINY DISTRICT.

    There are presumably few districts in this part of the world which can claim a more continuous and more copious rainfall than the Zeehan district in Tasmania. ...

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  19. LARDNER v. MOE.

    The Moe team visited Lardner, and suffered defeat, the result being:—Lardner 6 goals 13 behinds to Moe's 2 goals 4 behinds. This is Lardner's ...

    Article : 48 words
  20. THE CROWN JEWELS.

    At the Coronation the crown to be worn by the King will be a "rearrangement" of that used by the late Queen Victoria, and which is always kept with ...

    Article : 179 words
  21. FORTHCOMING SALES.

    A. M'LEAN & CO.—On Friday, June 12th.; at one o'clock sharp, a clearing sale for Messrs. Lynch Bros., and Murphy, at Jindivick. ...

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  22. CLEARING SALES.

    We report having held a successful clearing sale for Mr. J. Jacobs, who is leaving the district. We quote cows in milk from £6 15/ to £12, do. springers ...

    Article : 68 words
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