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  3. RIVERSTONE

    Sir Edmund Vesty paid a visit to the Riverstone meatworks on Thursday of last week. Mr. W. Shaw, of Railway Parade, was ...

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  4. PERSONAL

    PERHAPS it is from envy of his happy lot, but the married aldermen in the Richmond Council like playing jokes on Ald. E. S. Oaton, of the Hawkesbury College. ...

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  5. SACKVILLE

    Mr. and Mrs. Norman Mitchell are spending their annual holidays at their cottage by the seaside. Mrs. Gotts, senr., has not been well of late ...

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  6. ARCHBISHOP MOWLL

    Although rain, fell sharply at Pitt Town at 10 a.m. on Tuesday last, the organist and some choir members of St. James Church, accepted the Rector's general invitation, and ...

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  7. ST. ALBANS RECTORY

    The laying of the foundation stone of the new Church of England Rectory at St. Albans was performed by Mr. Ronald B. Walker, M.L.A., on Saturday afternoon last ...

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  8. VINEYARD

    Mrs. Jack Cassidy and family are at present spending- a holiday at Woy Woy. Mr. D. Cummins, in the cricket match against Maraylya on Saturday, received a ...

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