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  4. The Hampden Baths

    Rookwood was very much alive on Saturday, the occasion being the crowning point of an agitation stalled a year or so back by the present Mayor, Alderman J. T. Jay, J.P. ...

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  5. The Granville Bicycle Club and the cyclists Union

    A very large gathering of cyclists took place at the monthly meeting of the Granville B.C., at Hie School of Arts, on February 2. A proposal had been made at the previous meeting ...

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  6. Arcadia Progress Association.

    The monthly meeting was held on Saturday, Mr. Gillis (president) in the chair. Present Messers. J. Rowe and S. Rowe, Kean, Geilan, Ford, Hermann King ...

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  7. Hunter's Hill Council.

    The ordinary fortnightly meeting of the Hunter's Hill Council was held on Friday night. Present: The Mayor (Alderman Jas. R. Thompson), and Aldermen Rooke, Metcalfe ...

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  8. Toonyabbie public School picnic

    The annual public school picnic and prize distribution took place on Dorothy Mount on Saturday. Mr. Pago's youthful charges assembled at about one o'clock at the picnic ...

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  9. A Castle Hill Case.

    At the Parramatta, Court on Friday afternoon, Daveny High proceeded against R. B. Allen for using insulting behaviour. Mr. Jhonson appeared for complainant and ...

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  10. In Bankruptcy

    The public examination of Joshua Steven's, gardener, of Roberts-road, Bankstown, was taken. Joshua Stevens, gardener of Bankstown ...

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  11. Dundas Council.

    The Council met on Wednesday. Present The Mayor (Alderman F. C. Cox), and Aldermen Spurway, Franks, Hughes and Johnston. Letters were dealt with as follows ...

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  12. The Primitive Methodist Harvest Festival.

    For its annual harvest festival on Sunday, the Primitive. Methodist Church was most attractively decorated by the skilled hands of the Rev. J. Penman, Mr. and Mrs. ...

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  13. Baulkham Hills.

    THE BAND OF HOPE—The usual meeting of tho Band of Hope was held last week. The Rev. J. Penman occupied the chair, and there was a good attendance. ...

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  14. "The Argus" in Sydney.

    THE ARGUS can always be obtained at the Railway Bookstall, Redfern every Tuesday and Friday evening. Residents on the way home about 6 o'clock should be able to obtain it at ...

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