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  2. FROM OUR EXCHANGES.

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  4. A UNIQUE RECORD.

    The Windsor post office has had its postman a Mr. Tom Cambridte for the past 81 years. The present postman, Mr. Tom Cambridge. has been in the ...

    Article : 51 words
  5. A NARROW ESCAPE.

    Miss Manro, daughter of Mr. D.W. Manro, Marthaguy Shire Engineer, had a very narrow escaps from serious injury recently. While engaged in ...

    Article : 74 words
  6. DAMAGE BY HAIL.

    A terrific hailstorm, accompanied by hail and rain, traversed a considerable portion of the Cumnock district a few days ago. Messrs. N. Miller and M. ...

    Article : 117 words
  7. INCIDENT OF THE BIG PUSH.

    A dramatic incident at the big push by the British troops on the Ancre was the capture of 400 Germans by a British officer and 600 men. The ...

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  8. PRETTY WEDDING.

    A very pretty wedding was celebrated at the R.C. Church, Cumnock, on Wednesday of last week, by the Rev. Father Lawler. The contracting ...

    Article : 131 words
  9. A LUCKY LAD.

    A lad named Trudgett, while out rabbiting recently near the old Prince Billy mine at Farnham, near Stuart Town, set a trap, and in raking the ...

    Article : 66 words
  10. A REMARKABLE AFFLICTION.

    A remarkable case of lost power of speech occurred at Lismore the other day. A returned soldier named Private B. Fox was attending the show, ...

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  11. A HILLGROVE VETERAN.

    Mr. Sam Snow, one of the veterans of the Hillgrove mining field, passed away during last week at the advanced age of 87 years. The old gentleman ...

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  12. PROVIDENTIAL ESCAPE.

    During a rcccnt storm at Millthorpe a large tree, close to the residence of Mr. James Edmonds, was struck by ligthning. Huge pieces of wood, ...

    Article : 110 words
  13. MATRIMONIAL MIX-UP AT WELLINGTON.

    A divorce case is likely to be shortly before the court as a result of a sensational development which recently took place (says the Wellington "Times"). ...

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  14. WEALTH BENEATH THE SEA.

    One of the richest mines ever opened in England—the Levant mine, Cornwall—lies almost wholly under the sea. Tin and copper to the value of ...

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  15. THE BARBED-WIRE CURSE.

    An exchange lets itself loose on what it is pleased to term the barbedwire curse thus:—"A senior-constable of Orange had the misfortune a few ...

    Article : 132 words
  16. SCHOOLS EXCHANGE FLAGS.

    At the request of his Excellency the Governor-General an exchange of flags was made between Culcairn (N.S.W.) School end the parish school at ...

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  17. A RECORD BREAKER.

    The New Zealand Department of Agriculture claims a world's butter-fat record for a heifer. This is the authenticated record of Mere, a Jersey, ...

    Article : 98 words
  18. PHONETIC READING INVENTION.

    Miss Lillian Ellis, a teacher in the Department of Public Instruction, has invented and patented a system of phonetic reading, by which it is ...

    Article : 110 words
  19. GERMANY'S SUBMARINE SCHEME

    It is reliably reported that the German shipping yards are concentrating on the construction of ocean-going submarines, which are being turned ...

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  20. SOUNDING THE PIBROCH.

    The Scottish bagpipe is louder than any other variety of the instrument, probably because it was originally designed to cheer the clansmen when they ...

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  21. GRAZIERS TROUBLES.

    A message from Forbes states that the shearers who have returned from the west recount stories of exceptional losses in sheep through ravages of the ...

    Article : 79 words
  22. GENERAL ROBERTSON'S APPEAL

    Writing to the Borough Council in London, in reference to the enlistment of employees, the Chief of the British General Staff, General Sir William ...

    Article : 130 words
  23. NOT A GOOD MATRIMONIAL MODEL.

    All reference to Isaac and Rebecca as a model couple will be omitted, if the Joint Commission on tbe Revision of the Prayer Book of the Protestant ...

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  24. HOW THE PEERAGE ECONOMISES

    Writing of war economies in country houses, the Club Window Gossip of the "Liverpool Post" remarks that some are quite funny. One peer, who has ...

    Article : 131 words
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