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  2. Correspondence.

    SIR,—In the issue of the 25th ult. your local contemporary has three columns under the above heading, and more than one under the beading "Robbery," all trying to prove how much the ...

    Article : 920 words
  3. FOR SALE.

    This, dear reader, is no advt, neither is it an important sale about to take place in the district, but a sale of belongings found in the camp of a bushranger in the Grafton district, away back in ...

    Article : 300 words
  4. Single Tax Arguments

    Sir,—The enclosed clippings, the first from the "Bulletin," the second from Arthar Rickard's half-yearly report as published in the "Telegraph," may be of interest to many. ...

    Article : 299 words
  5. Margaret Catchpole.

    Sir,—A Richmond correspondent asks in a recent issue of your paper where was Margaret Catchpole buried ? Without, I hope, being either a wearisome writer, or an aggravating ...

    Article : 870 words

    Sir,—I have to thank Mr Tebbutt for his courteous reply. He is a gentleman deply versed in the mechanical and mathematical laws of the universe, but his letter proves that in the realm ...

    Article : 911 words
  7. Advertising

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    Advertising : 402 words

    Sir,—Up to the present I have been a silent observer of the proceedings in connection with the establishment of the Webb's Creek ferry, but I feel bound to ask for some explanation since ...

    Article : 800 words



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