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    ONE TREE HILL RACES.— These races came off, according to announcement, on Thursday last, and were without-exception the most successful races ever held at One Tree Hill. The day was fine and ...

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    BEFORE Mr. Alexander, P.M. DRUNKARD.—One male offender was fined 10s.; in default, three days in gaol. BREACH OF INDUSTRIAL SCHOOLS ACT.—George ...

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    Took place at Mr. Harvey's Mill House Hotel in the evening, and was largely attended. Mr. G. D. Hay (president) occupied the chair, The prizes were handed over to such of the successful ...

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  5. Hawkhurst.

    'So soon?' that is prompt. Are you to be, married in church or in a registrar's office?' 'I do not yet know. Mr. Desmond will tell me tonight. But I wish to ask you to ...

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  6. Telegrams.

    MESSRS. Cox Bros. held their first annual sale of stud and flock rams for G. D. Hay, Esq., at Woodville, on Saturday. and the prices, considering the drought and quarantine regulations, were highly ...

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  7. The Tarago Stabbing Case.

    THE man Bain (who also goes by the name of Moran), who was stabbed at Tarago on Saturday, is now lying in the Goulburn Hospital. His wounds are not of a serious nature, and he is doing well. ...

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  8. Oriental C.C. v. Bungonia C.C.

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    THE King of Abyssinia has intimated that he will welcome Admiral Hewett at the head of 25,000 men. Major-General Graham distrusts the friendly ...

    Article : 201 words
  10. Death of the Duke of Albany.

    His Royal Highness Prince Leopold, Duke of Albany, died suddenly at Cannes to-day, aged 30. His health though never robust, had not been by any means sufficiently never impaired to cause particular ...

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    BEFORE the Police Magristrate. Joseph Oldfield, on remand on several charges of sheepstealing, was brought up for further examination. ...

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  12. The Fatal Fire at Tarlo.

    THE inquest on the remains of Mrs. Fitzgibbon, who perished in a fire at Tarlo, last Thursday week, was held by Mr. Betts (coroner) on Saturday afternoon. Four witnesses were examined, but no facts ...

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  13. Recovery of £110 of Stolen Money.

    CONSIDERABLE excitement has been occasioned at Joadja Creek (says the Bowral Free Press) consequent on the re-arrest last Wednesday night of John Thompson, the man who was acquitted at the ...

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    THE result of the interview that Mr. R. Murray Smith, Agent-General for Victoria, had with M. Waddington, the French Ambassador at London, on the subject of the Recidivistes, is not wholly ...

    Article : 282 words

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  16. TARAGO.

    SINCE I wrote to you last our new public school teacher (Mr. Clarke) has arrived, and be opened school duties on Monday, the 17th of March, in the old school, as the new one ...

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