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Table of Instalments

‘Luke Mivers' Harvest’

Sydney Mail, 1879

                                         
SATURDAY  CHAPTER 
[1] 8 March, p. 366 col. 1-p. 367 col. 1  I. Doings at Narrgummie. II. At Her Mercy. III. Mr. Mivers' Mentor. 
[2] 15 March, p. 406 col. 1-p. 407 col. 2  IV. Mr. Shorter Obliges Mr. Mivers.; V. Mindorf and Mivers, Sen.; VI.Mr. Mivers Experiences an Intrusion from the Past. 
[3] 22 March, p. 446 col. 1-col. 4  VII. Cashing a Cheque.; VIII. Fitzgerald Runs a Race.; IX. Mr. Luke Mivers, Junior, Tries Diamonds. 
[4] 29 March, p. 486 col. 1-col. 4  X. Steel Versus Strength.; XI. There is Rest for the Weary. 
[5] 5 April, p. 526 col. 1-p. 527 col. 1  XII. A Picnic.; XIII. Mr. Mivers, Senior, Professes "Common Sense."; XIV. Dead Man's Gully. 
[6] 12 April, p. 566 col. 1-p. 567 col. 1  XV. Mr. Mivers, Jun., Tries a Horse.; XVI. A Stock Hunt.; XVII. Mr. Mivers, Jun., Tries a Steeplechase. 
[7] 19 April, p. 606 col. 1-col. 4  XVIII. Mr. Mivers' Steeplechase Continued.; XIX. Crimson and Black. 
[8] 26 April, p. 646 col. 1-col. 4  XX. After the Ball.; XXI. Mr. Fitzgerald Meets the Mivers Family. 
[9] 3 May, p. 686 col. 1-p. 687 col. 1  XXII. Mr. Fitzgerald Goes Out Riding.; XXIII. Mr. Luke Mivers, Junior, Commences a Search. 
[10] 10 May, p. 727 col. 1-col. 4  XXIV. Mr. Bryan Fitzgerald Declares Himself.; XXV. Mr. James Brown Prevents a Rush. 
[11] 17 May, p. 767 col. 1-col. 3  XXVI. A Bush Fire and its Consequences. 
[12] 24 May, p. 806 col. 4-p. 807 col. 3  XXVII. Mr. Luke Mivers Obtains A Clue.; XXVIII. Mr. Luke Mivers Obtains Another Clue. 
[13] 31 May, p. 847 col. 1-col. 4  XXIX. Mr. Mivers and Miss Shorter Journey Together.; XXX. Mr. Mivers and Miss Shorter Still Journey Together. 
[14] 7 June, P. 886 col. 3-p. 887 col. 2  XXXI. Messrs. Fitzgerald and Brown Test Their Rifles.; XXXII. In Which the Journeyings of Mivers and Miss Shorter are Concluded. 
[15] 14 June, p. 927 col. 2-p. 928 col. 1  XXXIII. The Brotherhood of Fair Play.; XXXIV. The Mayor of Mindorf Gives a Ball. 
[16] 21 June, p. 967 col. 1-col. 3  XXXV. Mr. James Brown Relates His Story.; XXXVI. Mr. Pelan Comes to Grief. 
[17] 28 June, p. 1007 col. 1-col. 3  XXXVII. Strange Visitors Come to Mindorf.; XXXVIII. Bryan Fitzgerald Weathers a Gale. 
[18] 5 July, p. 6 col. 4-p. 7 col. 4  XXXIX. The Present and the Past.; XL. Mindorf Gets Drunk. 
[19] 12 July, p. 46 col. 4-p. 47 col. 3  XLI. Mr. Brown Complicates Matters.; XLII. In Which Mr. Slater Finds His Son. 
[20] 19 July, p. 96 col. 4-p. 87 col. 3  XLIII. Mr. Pelan Retires From the Race.; XLIV. Face to Face. 

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