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  2. LABOUR MEMBERS IN THE WEST.

    Our Sapphire Town correspondent writing on the 19th of April, says:— Messrs. H. F. Hardacre, W. Mitchell, J. Adamson, and J. Huxham, M.M.L.A., will ...

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  3. CORRESPONDENCE.

    Sir.—Having read Mr. Burton's remarks on the Dawson Valley and Mr. C. S. Bennett's reply, I beg to ask for space to corroborate both gentlemen. Mr. Burton ...

    Article : 164 words
  4. GLADSTONE.

    The sports on Easter Monday were well attended and very successful. The [?] event—the Valley Handicap—was won by W. Murray (10 yds.) W. O'Sing ...

    Article : 373 words
  5. COOWONGA.

    In the week [?] yesterday we had four [?] days: [?] the registers were small—namely Monday 0.15 in.: Tuesday, 0.24 in.; Wednesday, 0.32 in.; Saturday ...

    Article : 53 words
  6. GOGANGO.

    Since my last letter the weather has been variable, but only 0.19 in. of rain has fallen. The wheat and eat crops that were ...

    Article : 104 words
  7. MOUNT CHALMERS WORKMEN'S TRAIN.

    Sir,—In response to a petition signed by about 120 of the workers of Mount Chalmers, the Railway Department decided to sun a train to Mount Chalmers daily, to ...

    Article : 305 words
  8. WESTWOOD

    The teachers of the United Church Sunday School gave the children a picnic on Saturday afternoon. A most enjoyable time was spent, thanks ...

    Article : 143 words
  9. DEMAND FOR CENTRAL LAND.

    Messrs. G. P. Allen and Co. report as follows :— Since the beginning of the year there has been a marked tendency for southern ...

    Article : 295 words
  10. WYCARBAH.

    This week there has been a slight change in the weather. After a very warm day on Monday, a smart shower, accompanied by a few peals of thunder ...

    Article : 465 words
  11. THE SCHOOL OF ARTS.

    Sir.—The Committee of the School of Arts is to be congratulated on a motion passed at its last meeting—namely, recommend to subscribers the ...

    Article : 403 words
  12. MANY PEAKS.

    The annual meeting of the Many Peaks Jockey Club was held in the Grand Hotel on the 14th instant. Mr. I. S. Crow occupied the chair. The report and ...

    Article : 318 words
  13. THE CHURCHES.

    It is anticipated that Bishop Duhig will leave for Rome on the 12th of May. He purposes visiting several centres in the south prior to embarking by the s.s. Orient ...

    Article : 187 words
  14. ARAMAC TRAMWAY.

    Sir—May I kindly ask your kind in[?] to Mr. Parnell's, which appeared in your issue of the 10th instant. Mr. ...

    Article : 1,774 words
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