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NEW SOUTH WALES

Sydney, Novembei 17. When the mission vessel John Williams left Raiatea on November 4th, French soldiers were constructing a fort, and a war vessel was lying m a position to shell the village. Six hundred natives had defied the French and taken to the hills rather than submit to annexation. . ' At Newcastle races to-day two horses collided, and one of the jockeys named Waldron was killed, while, '.tijie other was seriously, injured. . , . J A movement is on foot with a view to erecting a statue to the memory of the late Mr W. B. Dalley. Subscriptions are being invited from ail the Australasian colonies. .

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NEW SOUTH WALES, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1991, 19 November 1888

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NEW SOUTH WALES Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1991, 19 November 1888

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