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  2. Berwick Shire Council.

    Accounts amounting to £458/18 were passed for payment. CORRESPONDENCE. From E. W. Robinson, again requesting ...

    Article : 2,643 words
  3. HE LOVED GOLD.

    For 43 years Henry S. Cochran worked in the Philadelphia mint, weighing the glittering bullion and handling the shining eagles. It was gold, gold, gold everywhere, ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 458 words
  4. THE WORLD OF SPORT.

    On Saturday last a team from Middle Park tried conclusions with a "four" from the local club, the match being decided on the Dandenong court. Unfortunately ...

    Article : 367 words
  5. Cricket.

    Beaconsfield Railways v. Berwick.— The return match between these clubs was played last Saturday on the former's ground, near the Gippsland Hotel, and ...

    Article : 306 words
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    Advertising : 1,179 words
  7. A CAT CRUSADE.

    Dwellers in certain [?]sations of New York city have recently been agitated by a mysterious mortality among cats and the sudden cessation of midnight concerts by ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 320 words
  8. Hope D[?]

    George Upton of the ill fated schooner Mary Lissie, which was wrecked a few months ago, says that during the 83 hours be was adrift 15 vess[?] p[?]d close to him ...

    Article : 32 words
  9. [?] Of the M[?]does

    A [?]poy regiment could walk a European regiment to death and do it on food which their competitions would pc[?]unce wholly insu[?] to [?]sin vign[?] life. ...

    Article : 24 words
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