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  4. A MAINTENANCE CASE.

    At the Ryde Police Court on Tuesday, before Mr. T. E. MacNevin, P.M., aud H. E. Jordan, J.P., Edward Gormley appeared to explain his allowing an order of ...

    Article : 399 words
  5. TOONGABBIE AND WENTWORTH-VILLE.

    The obstruction of the road from Red-bank to Mayfield has been removed by the Asylum authorities by order of the Lands Department. There are two places on this ...

    Article : 381 words
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  7. SMETHFIELD AND FAIR-FIELD.

    RUNAWAY.—One day last week a horse attached to a phaeton bolted from "Burilda," Wetherill Park, right into Smithfield, where it occasioned some alarm ...

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  8. AROUND THE HILLS.

    Mr. Harry Moore is still very ill with gastric fever, and there have not been too assuring indications of on early recovery ...

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  9. GALSTON.

    Our local store has again changed hands, Mr. Tretheway having sold out to Messrs, Caiman Bros. Everything is looking remarkably well ...

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  10. SEVEN HILLS.

    Since the local Vigilance Committee " cut the painter " from the General Council, little news can be gleamed in the village concerning that body—oranything else ...

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  11. MERRYLANDS.

    NEW POST OFFICE.—For some months past residents have been agitating for a removal of the Post Office from its present location at the railway station, to a more ...

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  12. GLENORIE

    Rain has been falling heavily since Monday, and there will be no getting on the laud for a few days ...

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  13. BALL AT PROSPECT.

    A complimentary ball was tendered to Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Smith on Anniversary Night, by a number of their friends, in Watts' Hall, Prospect. Owing to the ...

    Article : 363 words
  14. PENNANT HILLS.

    Mr. P. J. Allsop has a horse which performed the inexplicable feat of jumping through an aperture in the stable the other day without much hurt, where any ordinary ...

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  15. CARLINGFORD.

    Among the convalescents are:—Mrs. Lynch, who was suffering from paralysis ; Mrs. Merchant, who broke a blood vessel about a fortnight ago, and Mrs. A. Wooster ...

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  16. DUNDAS.

    At the last meeting of the Star of the East Lodge, I.O.G.T., a spelling bee was held. There was a good attendance, and C.T. Bro. Arthur Davis, presided and gave ...

    Article : 104 words
  17. TOONGABBIE.

    The George Green mentioned in your police report last week was not our George Green, although Borne of his " friends " have been cutting out the report and posting ...

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  18. ERMINGTON AND RYDALMERE.

    The Laurel Lodge will entertain right royally all brethren who can possibly attend on Thursday next, the date of their annual re-union ...

    Article : 103 words
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  21. KENTHURST.

    SCHOOL OF ARTS.—The committee met last week, when there was a full attendance. The committee instructed the President and Secretary to purchase 30 new chairs for the ...

    Article : 74 words
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