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  2. ONLY A DOG.

    After a space of thirty years, I thought I would take a visit to the Hawkesbury Show, to see what improvements had been made during that long space of time, as I ...

    Article : 334 words

    A record display of swimming and examination for life saving awards was held at the Hawkesbury River, near the spot known as "The Falls," on ...

    Article : 417 words
  4. SOCIAL.

    On Saturday week St. Paul's Church, Chatswood, was the scene of a pretty wodding, when Olive Carr, eldest daughter of Mr E. Carr Hordern, of " Chislehurst" ...

    Article : 469 words
  5. The Excessive Cost of Living.

    On all sides we bear complaints about the excessive cost of living. The prices of food and clothes have greatly increased, and rents are high and rising. Wages have ...

    Article : 487 words

    THE first swimming carnival ever held in connection with the College took place in the " Ballast Hole," East Richmond, on Saturday, the 25th of March, 1911. Owing ...

    Article : 624 words
  7. Helping our lads on to the Land.

    Sir,—Re Diploma Day, Hawkesbury College, as reported in the public press, Mr A. Wunderlich, President of the Chamber of Manufactures, congratulated the ...

    Article : 327 words
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