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After having boen absout from her horn since 11 o'clock last Thursday night, Mrl Nott, whose : lysterious disappearance cause concern in and around Tamworth, called at
houso in Tamworth' to-day, and aslted f. food. She said she had beon hiding In th hills during the time, but could give no rea son for ber absence, nnd although the polio wanted to take her to the hospital she wlsha to go home, saying that she would not i away again. <
BOWRAL.--An application to supply n-oti free of charge to the Bowral Bowling Clu was recently before the local council, whic decided to refer the matter to the Loci Government Association as to the legality ' complying with the request. A reply hi now been received to the effect that wiiti cannot bo supplied to a bowling club t terms different from those on which It
supplied to other users. The council hi decided to supply wnter to public parkB ni gardens for 2/ per 1000 gallons, and this ral will also apply to the bowling club.-TI death has occurred of Mrs. .Tano Hctherlni ton, wife of ox-Cottnelllor E. Hcthcrliietoi J.P., of Burrawang, at the agc of bO year The deceased was a ploncor of the Burrawar district, where she arrived with her pares over 60 years ago. The funeral was larqel attended.-Hawks and dingoes aie pro-.lu troublesome to settlers in the Tallovvcet district, where many young lambs havo bei
MITTAGONG.-Mr. H. 0. Hain, of Cnrrlni ton, Newcastle, has taken over the duties i Mr. Henry Rainbow, town clerk, at Mitti gong.-W. Gardiner's, Limited, York-stret Sydney, bave presented a handsome shield fi hilliard competitions between Mlttagon Bowral, and Moss Vale Schools of Art.-Geprl Henry Hunter, who recently came throui Mittagong in a stolen car, nnd was capturi after a chase by the local pol!c<\ *vas chargi at the local police court with driving motor car without a Iiconse, and lined i or one month In Goulburn Gaol. Ho was fu thor charged on warrant with having stolen motor car valued at £250, the property
H. G. McLean, of Goulburn, on AugUBt 20, ai was remanded to Goulburn.
MUDGEE.-The comic opera, "The Count Girl," was produced nt tho Alhambra Theati this week by local amalours, in atd of II Mudgee Hospital, and proved a brilliant su] cess. Tho takings amounted to £200 for tij
nichts. Mr. Val Atkinson waB tho producer. Grass and water are now plentiful, aud stol is in good condition. Cream supplies to ti Mudgoo Butter Factory aro increasing, al prospects for a splendid season are ve| bright.-At the Cudgegong Shire COUD, meeting yesterday, a credit balance of £10, was disclosed, but it was decided to apply ÍJ an overdraft at the bank of £1600. Foi councillors were appointed to connldor tj provisions of .the Main Roads Bill and repa
to; the next meeting.-Mr. W. Huwklns, I» overseer to the Cudgegong Municipal Counts is claiming from the shire n gratuity of fortnight's pny for every your ot service Jfi 101 years' service.-The shire election w^ take place on November 1. J
SINGLETON.-The Rev. Dr. J. Kavanagh hj been appointed to succeed the late Right R4. Monslgnor Meagher In the parochial chari of Singleton. Dr. Kavanagh made lj studies for tho priesthood in Propaganda Ca lege, Rome, and was ordained thero over ¡ years ago. He was professor of theology i Holy Cross College, Mosgiel, Dunefiln. t some years, and subsequently ho was nppolB ed to St. Patrick's College, Manly-The dea bas occurred of Mrs. Mary Jostphlne Benhaj wife of Mr. Jamos Benham, of Batburat-stroj aged 62. The decoasod was a nativo of Slngl ton. j
WISST MAITLAND.-Entries for distrl exhibits at tho next Maitland Show closj with nominations from Yarramalong, Tit gorah, Wyong, Paterson, Allyn River, . t Oukhampton-AberglaBSlyn.-MIBS Kathlt; BoydoII, who has been engaged in mlsslo ary work in Japan for four and a balf yea] and is on furlough with her parents, «J accorded a welcome home at Gresford. Ml Boydell says that the work and the peol of Japan have grown upon her, and that I could not now give np the work.
BATHURST.-The work of preparing for electricity scheme is proceeding satisfactorily, and most of the poles have already been erected, while several houses and business premises have been wired and prepared for the installation of electric light. It is generally anticipated that it will be possible to
switch on the current in about a months time. The death has occurred r.t Mr. Jorernl Ryan, one of the oldest residents of th»' Tra key district. The late Mr. Ryan, who wat] years of age, was born In Ireland. H« " a prominent gradier, and Is survived by ^
sons and four daughters._ I