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  2. Football Notes

    The balmy air could hardly be said to breathe invitation to the weary tradesman, or pent up clerk who interests himself in football or other manly sports on a ...

    Article : 1,613 words
  3. Borough Councils.

    Present—His Worship the Mayor (in the chair), and Councillors Staley, Tinning, Overend, Stranger, MacDonald, Hatton and Straw. ...

    Article : 342 words
  4. Letters to the Editor.

    The Editor does not identify himself with the opinion of correspondent, nor undertake to return or hold himself responsible for the safety of any communication. ...

    Article : 113 words
  5. COUNCILLOR WHITE'S AMENDMENT.—ITS EFFECT ON THE WORKING-MAN.

    Sir—You did me the favor to insert in your last issue a letter in which I endeavoured to show the very injurious effects that would have resulted to those ...

    Article : 363 words
  6. Domestic Economy.

    MOCK TURTLE—Take a calf's head, scald and wasp it very clean, boil it for half an hour, then out all the skin off by itself, and remove the tongue. Put & pint of veal stock ...

    Article : 367 words
  7. HALF THE COST OF PAVEMENT.

    Sir—"Ratepayer" in your issue of the 12th inst. states "I would ask them by what authority they spent £2,373 on patent composition pavement out of the ...

    Article : 223 words
  8. Police.

    NASTY.—Sarah Farrell was the utterer of some very inelegant language in the public street, and was pulled up for the same. Mr. Clarke cautioned her not to do ...

    Article : 1,725 words
  9. Miscellaneous.

    Troubles are like dogs; the smaller they are the more they annoy you. A NewYork paper detined "journalist" as a man who spends the best days of his life in ...

    Article : 211 words
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    Sir—It is to be regretted that the supporters of Councillor White's amendment—"that no demand be made on owners of property for any of cost of paving"—have ...

    Article : 241 words
  11. THE FLAGGING QUESTION.

    Sir—The above question is at present attracting a good deal of attention, and the columns, of your valuable journal have been richly endowed with the effusions of ...

    Article : 858 words
  12. Tales, Sketches, &c.

    The struggle began—struggle unheard of The fragile matching itself against the invulnerable—the thing of flesh attacking the brazen brute On the one side blind force, ...

    Article : 1,729 words
  13. COUNCILLOR RYAN.

    Sir—Seeing by your report of the discussion that took place on the question of the loan fund expenditure that Councillor Ryan left the Council Chamber previous ...

    Article : 173 words
  14. LIST OF MATCHES FOR ENSUING SEASON.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 300 words
  15. BRUNSWICK COURT.

    James Marsden was charged by Constable Shaffray with cruelly ill-using a horse. The defendant was driving a butter The defendant was driving a ...

    Article : 258 words
  16. THE COLLECTION OF HALF THE COST OF PAVING FOOTPATHS.

    Sir—Your correspondents in your last issue, hit the real and most important mark on the above question, when they so pointedly drew the special attention of the ...

    Article : 607 words
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