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  5. Auburn.

    BAND OF HOPE.—After the routine business at the last Auburn Band of Hope, the members spent the remaining portion of the time in discussing one of the best ...

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  6. Banquet to Ex-Mayor McAdam.

    On Tuesday evening a banquet was tendered to ex-Mayor McAdam, of Granville Borough Council, in recognition of the value of his services to the town and district. The Mayor, Ald. ...

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  7. Rookwood.

    PARTY.—The largest social gathering of the season, without a doubt, that has been held in the district, took place on Saturday evening, the occasion being a birthday ...

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  8. Navigating Duck River.

    One of the matters that it was proposed to bring up at the meeting of the Newington Progress Association last week, and which has been reserved for consideration ...

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  9. Bankstown Council.

    Ordinary meeting held on Thursday, 20th March. Present: Mayor Gilliver, Aldermen Turvey, Millar, Kelly, Gibson, Eldridge and Bransgrove. ...

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  10. Liberty Plains Horticultural Society.

    The regular monthly meeting of the societ, was held at Auburn on Friday evening, the president, Mr. D. Rumble, presiding. There was an excellent show of blooms staged, ...

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  11. Bankstown.

    THE NEW CHURCH.—A meeting was to have been held last week to decide upon the erection of a new building for St. Matthow's Church, which is now in a very ...

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  13. The Cumberland Argus.

    METHODIST IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY.—At Tuesday night's meeting, Mr. Thomas Haigh entertained the Society for one hour and three-quarters with an interesting and ...

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