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  2. Advertising

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  3. The Bursting of Gun.

    James McCoy, an employee of the Hun­ter's Hill Council, met with a painful accident on Tuesday evening, through the bursting of a double barrelled gun. When ...

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  4. Federation.

    Mr. Edward Terry, the member for Ryde, and leader of the Independent party in the House, has just returned from a trip to Tasmania, and throws some interesting light upon ...

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  5. To-Morrow's Services.

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  6. Death of Mr. G. Fowler.

    On Monday, at Coonamble, Mr. G. Fowler, an old-time Parramatta lad, who served his time to Mr. G. Hill, and for years lived in Phillip-street, died, of ...

    Article : 57 words
  7. Hunter's Hill.

    THE POUND DIFFICULTY,—The Hunter's Hill Inspector of Nuisances had a tale of sorrow to tell at the last Council meeting in connection with pound difficulties as ...

    Article : 147 words
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  9. Toongabble and Wentworth-ville Progress Association.

    At the recent meeting of the Association Mr. T. Willmot occupied the chair, and there were also present, Messrs. W. G. Bean, H. Bilk, G. Hammer, C. Klippert, ...

    Article : 118 words
  10. Obituary.

    There passed away, on Tuesday evening, one of the old Parramatta' landmarks—Mr. William Sibson, aged 86 years, who had continuously resided in Parramatta for ...

    Article : 344 words
  11. A Cyclist Charged hy a Bull.

    Tom Willis, one of Hunter's Hill's well known postmen, met with an exciting experience on Monday evening. He was travelling contentedly along the ...

    Article : 122 words
  12. Seven Hills.

    LARRIKINISM,—A few days' since the wedding of a respectable, though humble couple, took place here, which afforded our larrikins an opportunity of displaying ...

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  13. Rough on to the Government.

    The Hunter's Hill Council on Friday night considered the following resolutions, received from the Burwood Council:—"That all the municipalities within the metropolitan area, ...

    Article : 222 words
  14. The Death of Mr. T. Jones.

    Death removed, on Saturday morning, a venerable and respected resident of Parramatta, Mr. Thomas Jones, of the Western-road. The deceased gentleman was a ...

    Article : 267 words
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