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  2. Advertising

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    Advertising : 3 words
  3. Railway Strike.

    Nearly 4000 national volunteers are at work in the city to-day. Further drafts are arriving form the country. ...

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  4. Big English Mail.

    An American and English mail arrived at Sydney on Friday morning, The total consgument was 2438 bags, only a small portion of which was ...

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  5. OBSTRUCTION ON LINE.

    An obstruction was found on the railway line near to Abermain. ...

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  6. Dog Registration.

    The time for the registration of dogs closes on September 30. Forms may be obtained (price 3d) at this office, where they will be filled in ...

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  7. Bodangora Mining Co.

    The Bodangora Gold Mining Company reports having recently crushed 611 tons of stone for a yield of 951¼ozs of gold, valued at £1,417, ...

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  8. To-day's Cables.

    A Russian officer, who participated in the battles at Foscani, Roumania, where the Russians were fighting with the Roumanians, says that the ...

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  9. GAS WORKERS WILL STRIKE.

    The gas workes threaten to go out if they are required to handle coal hewn by free labor, which they declare to be "black." ...

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  10. Arbor Day.

    The Arbor Day celebrations were carried out at the Mudgee show Ground on Saturday afternoon. The attendance of the public was not ...

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  11. THE COAL POSITION.

    The Minister for Agriculture, Mr. Grahame, states that nine collieries will be at work to-day, and that by Wednesday the Government hopes to ...

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  12. Failed to Enrol.

    At the Mudgee Police Court on Friday, on elector, who had failed to have his name placed on the roll for Robertson Federal sub-division, ...

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  13. CROWDED OUT.

    A letter from Mr. Geo. Dewar, in reply to the "Vagraut's" contribution of last week, that was in type, has been crowded out of this issue. ...

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  14. ALLEGED I.W.W. MEMBERS.

    Have alleged members of the I.W.W. were arrested this morning charged with belonging to in unlawful association. ...

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  15. Ladies See These.

    New millinery now opening. Ladies, see these before you buy. Prices will convince it pays to buy at Vale's. The famous D and A ...

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  16. Alderman Saunders at Wellington.

    Alderman Saunders and Mrs. Saunders have been on a visit to Wellington for the past fortnight. They are expected to return to ...

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  17. Mudgee soldier Killed

    Mr. William G. Scott, sen of Carender's flat. Gulgong-Uarbty-road, has been interned that his son, Pr[?]te H. T. Scoot, who was ...

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  18. CULLIN BULLEN COLLIERY.

    A special train conveying about 130 volunteers to work at the Invincible colliery, arrived at Cullen Bullen on Saturday accompanied by a body of ...

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  19. GOING BACK AT EVELEIGH.

    The Commissioners of Railways state that 437 additional men returned to work at the Eveleigh workshops yesterday. ...

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  20. Benefit Picture Night.

    Mr. Russell Wight, of the Alhambra Theatre, will give a welcome picture show to Private Percy Baker (who is being returned from ...

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  21. The Baker Welcome Social.

    The combined welcome special (under the auspices of the Druids and Foresters Lodges) to Bro. Private P. A. Baker, who is ...

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  22. MEN GOING BACK.

    During the past few hours 351 strikers have returned to work in the railway and tramway service, making 1500 returners in three ...

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  23. RIVERSTONE BUTCHERS AT WORK

    The majority of the Riverstone outchers have resumed work. ...

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  24. GERMAN CLAIMS.

    A German official message says:—The French secured initial successes near Hurtebise Farm, but our counter attacks threw the enemy back. ...

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  25. MORE ARRESTS AT BROKEN HILL.

    Six additional arrests have been made at Broken Hall following the arrest of Mr. George Kerr, President of the A.M.A. ...

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  26. School Changes.

    Mr. N. Barton, whom Mr. A. P. Meany succeeds at the Kandos Public School, succeeds Mr. Meany at Lawson's Creek. Inspector James ...

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  27. DOMAIN DEMONSTRATION.

    At the strike demonstration in the Domain yesterday resolutions were adopted asking the Government to appoint an independent tribunal, and ...

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  28. THE MORINDA "BLACK."

    The sunken steamer Momnda has been declared "black." Several shiparights who put in an appearance decided that she could ...

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  29. ROUMANIA'S DETERMINATION.

    King [?] mand of Roumania, has telegraphed to M. Kerensky, the Russian Premier, that the Roumanians are firmly resolved to fight side by ...

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  30. MR. D. SHINDLER, OPTICIAN.

    The alteration in train arrangements make it impossible for Mr. D. Shindler, optician, to visit Mudgee and Gulgong on the dates he ...

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  31. YET ANOTHER ARREST.

    [?]mothy William M'Crystall, President of the Wharf Laborers' Union, was arrested this morning on a charge of sedition. The ...

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  32. War Chest Day at Eurrunderee.

    At the request of the Secretary of the Mudgee War Chest Day Committee a public meeting was held in the School of Arts on Friday night in ...

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  33. THE ATTITUDE OF THE A.W.U.

    The President of the Central branch of the A.W.U. stated this morning that the executive is still considering the position ...

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  34. Operation.

    Mr. Percy Barton, who has been in ill-health for some time past and who has lately been confined to a private hospital, was yesterday ...

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  35. UNION PRESIDENT FUSIONS.

    The strikers at Bathurst are becoming more restive daily. During to-day and yesterday four drivers returned to work, and several ...

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  36. ITALIAN ADVANCE.

    An Italian official message says:—We repulsed repeated violent counter-attacks on the northern slopes of Mount Sangabriede and ...

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  37. Serious Operation.

    We are sorry to say that Joan, the 11-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Knight of Mudgee, had to undergo a serious operation on ...

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  38. NEWCASTLE MEN WILL NOT GO BACK.

    The Newcastle miners' delegate board has reaffirmed its decision not to resume work until the railway men's grievances are settled. ...

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  39. QUEENSLAND EMBARGO ON MAILS.

    The Premer of Queensland Mr. Rayal has advised the Prime Minister that the carriage of mails, etc., from that State had been ...

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  40. Mr. G. D. Young.

    The many friends of Mr. G. D. Young, formerly proprietor of the Mudgee Brewery, and now a resident of Sydney, are glad to see him on a ...

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  41. AFFECTED BY THE STRIKE.

    There are now 15.000 persons in victoria affected by the strike There include 2513 employees' in the boot trade, who are cerking ...

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  42. AUSTRIAN CLAIMS.

    An Austrian message claims that the Austrian forces repulsed strong Italian attacks northward of Kal Stemod, and all assaults at Mount ...

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  43. MASS MEETING.

    A mass meeting of eight unions on strike was held in the Town Hall this morning. There were 5000 men present at the meeting. ...

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  44. Wells' Market Report.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 85 words
  45. Sunday Trading License.

    At the Mudgee Police Court on Friday, Mr. M. J. McMahon, P.M., granted applications (unopposed by the police) for Sunday trading ...

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  46. PORT PIRIE HOLD UP.

    Work is held up in Port Pirie on the whole length of the water front. The remarkable feature is that the men can give no ...

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  47. LORD MAYOR AS MEDIATOR.

    The Lord Mayor intends, he says, to continue his efforts as mediator between the Government and the Strikers believing that there is a ...

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  48. A Y.C. Hero.

    Word has lean received that Private Jock Large son of Mr. G. Large, of L[?] and brother of Mrs. C. C[?] of Mudgee, has been ...

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  49. ENEMY REINFORCEMENTS.

    Austi[?] taken prisoners by the Italians report that Austrian reinforcements are hurrying to the Italian front from the ...

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  50. The Baker Welcome Social.

    The combined welcome social (under the auspices of the Druids and Forecasts Lodges) to Bro. Private P. A. Baker, who is returning from ...

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  51. EMBARGO REMOVED.

    Later in the day the Railway Correspondents were informed that the Queensland embarge on the [?] ...

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  52. Private P. A. Baker Returning.

    Private Percy A. Baker, who it will be remembered was wounded in the head in France some months back and through which he lost the ...

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  53. BRITISH TEMPORARY REVERSE.

    Sir Douglas Haig reports:—The enemy this morning fiercely attacked our advanced posts southwestward of Harricourt, which he ...

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  54. COLLIERS COMMANDEERED.

    The t[?]rtment yesterday the claimed that it had assured Association and central of all colliers and vessels lying within and in the ...

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  55. I.W.W. MEN SENTENCED.

    Eight members of the I.W.W. were sentenced to six months' imprisonment, without the option of a fine, for belonging to an ...

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  56. TO-DAY'S "GUARDIAN."

    On the first page of to-day's "Guardian" will be a budget of interesting war news. Hill End, Newsletters Silver Wedding, and Gulgong ...

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  57. RUSSIA—COUNTER REVOLUTION PLOT.

    Reuter's Petrograd correspondent says that Russian newspapers reports that on anti (counter) revolution plot was discovered at Petrograd at ...

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  58. FIREMAN FIRED AT.

    The fireman of a train at Car[?]coar was fired at this morning, but was not hit. ...

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  59. VICTORIAN PREMIER WILL NOT MEDIATE

    The Premier of Victoria has refused a request that he should attempt to mediate between the New South Wales Government and the ...

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  60. Catholic Bazaar.

    The annual Mudgee Catholic Bazaar, the proceeds of which go towards the liquidation of the debt on the Church and School buildings, will ...

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  61. For Bravery In the Field.

    Mr. J. L. Ross, jeweller of Marstreet, Mudgee, is showing in his window a war trophy of more than usual interest, and more than usually ...

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  62. Rifle Match.

    On Saturday afternoon List a rafle mach was held between reams representing Mudgee and Cooval Clubs, and was won by Mudgee by ...

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  63. LOYAL WORKERS HURT.

    Clarence Nealon, 30, loyal worker from Grenfell, was driving a three-horse lorry in Wintworth avenue last night, when one of the ...

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  64. PETROGRAD ENGINE DRIVERS STRIKE

    The engine drivers at Petrograd have decided to strike in consequence of the rejection of their demands. The Government is taking ...

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  65. ALLEGED FIRING AT FETTLERS.

    Two men have been arrested at Tichborne in connection with a case of alleged fitting at some ran way fettlers while they were at ...

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  66. TANNERS STAND OUT.

    By a majority of over two to one the leather workers have decided to deal with hides and any other materials [?]sary to the tanning ...

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  67. Friday's Train to Mudgee.

    The train for Madgee on Friday night did not leave Sydney until 9.50 p.m. and was correspondingly Lite in arriving at Mudgee. This was a The alteration in time of leaving on Friday was due to the fact that about 150 free laborers were being sent by the train to Cullen Bullen to ...

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  68. Annual Meeting of Cemetery Trust

    The annual meeting of the Mudgee Cemetery Trust was held at the Town Hall on Thursday afternoon. The chair was occupied by Mr. L. ...

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  69. GERMANY RESENTS AMERICAN ADVICE.

    The German comments on President Wilson's Note in reply to the Pope's peace proposals are mostly resentful at wheat are called "outside ...

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  70. RESPONSIBILITY FOR STRIKE.

    Archbishop Matrnix, speaking at a Catholic function at Melbourne yesterday, said that the responsibility for the strike rested on those ...

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  71. THE COLLIERIES.

    The Government hopes to have night colle[?]res working within a fortnight. The collieries concerned and they appointment daily ...

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  72. COUNTRY BUSINESS.

    "That the country business done by city firms is not at present severely hampered by the lack of transport," said Mr. Fraser yesterday, ...

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  73. Wounded in France.

    Mrs. Price, of Perry-street, Mudgee, has been advised by the military authorities as follows:—"Reported that Sergeant George Todd has been ...

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  74. NAVAL RAID ON GERMAN POSITIONS

    The Admiralty announces that British naval aeroplanes raided the Ghistelles aerodrome, and that several direct hits were made on the ...

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  75. STRIKERS DEMONSTRATE.

    F[?]ce and a procession of strikers came into collision outside Federal Parliament House at Melbourne, on Friday afternoon. ...

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  76. No Increase in Meat Prices.

    The "Guardian" is informed that, notwithstanding the increases in prices of meat sanctioned by Mr. Justice Edmunds, a State Food ...

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  77. BATHURST MEN FIRM.

    A [?] meeting of railway men at Bathurst yesterday decided not to return to work until the man's demands were conceded. ...

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  78. HELP FOR THE STRIKERS.

    The Victorian railway employees are contributing over £3000 a week towards the assistance of the New South Wales railway strikers. ...

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  79. THE DOOR IS OPEN.

    In giving are judgment removing the preference clause from the waterside workers award, Mr Justice Higgius directed that we [?] ...

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  80. SOCIALIST APPEAL TO GERMAN DEMOCRACY.

    He United News Service reports that following the recent Socialist conference fiasco, prominent delegates to the conference, including ...

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  81. Skating Carnival.

    A Masquerade Fancy Dress Skating Carnival will be held in the Criterion Rink on Thursday, September 13. The following is the ...

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  82. MELBOURNE WHARVIES MAY GO BACK.

    A number of unionists in Melbourne who are on strike, including the wharf labors, are understood to express their intention of ...

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  83. MORE MEDIATION.

    A deputation of Labor women and strikers wives this week waited up on the Lord Mayor (Ald. Meogher). and asked him to mediate between ...

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  84. GAS EMPLOYEES.

    The Acting-Premier has stated:—The Government has learned that the employees of the Gas Company have decided to cease work rather ...

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  85. The Mudgee Coach Factory.

    Mr. P. G. Keighran, coochbulder, etc. (formerly of Canowindra) advertises that he has taken over Deane's Mudgee Coach Factory, Perry-street, ...

    Article : 97 words
  86. The Alleged Cattle Stealing.

    Mr. Hugh Francis Cabrey op "Innistad," Bylong, writes to co[?] what he claims to be the laise unpreasion given by the very condensed ...

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  87. The "Movies."

    Other Kimball Young, who recently should on undertable trimph in the World Film. "The Common Law," will return in the greatest him ...

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  88. GAS MAKERS OUT

    As feared, the Australian Light Co [?] employers came out this morning as soon as an attempt was made to work a colliery manned by ...

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  89. AN ACCIDENT.

    An accident, which might easily have had more serious consequences, occurred yesterday morning. Master Cyril Clarke, son of Mr. F. W. ...

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  90. CLAIMS OF THE GERMAN SOCIALISTS

    The signatories of the great German minority socialists' manifested declare that when Germany enters the path of democracy the duty of ...

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  91. THURSDAY'S TRAGIC AFFRAY.

    The following are fuller particulars of last night's tragic fatal affray between the strikers and tree laborers:— ...

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  92. Guarantee for Wheat

    Mr. Rodgers (Victoria) in the House of Representatives urged the Prime Minister to see that the wheat growing States gave a guarantee that ...

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  93. LORD MAYOR ATTEMPTS MEDIATION.

    Acting with the cognisance of the Striek Committee, with a work of arranging a settlement of the strike, the Lord Mayor interviewed ...

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  94. GERMAN SUBMARINE LOSSES.

    Admiral von Schaer, referring to the submarine losses, asserts that they are at the rate of only two or three a month. ...

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  95. New Shire Proposal.

    A meeting of all ratepayers likely to be interested in the proposal to farm a new Shire from portions of Cobbora, Coolah, and other Shires ...

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  96. SENSATIONAL AFFAIR.

    Two vo[?]antary workers, Reginald Wearne and Charles There were driving letter at Comperdown yesterday evening, when ...

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  97. TALLEWANG MINES CLOSED DOWN.

    As [?] resident the state he work is being done by the following [?] rifles. ...

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  98. COSTLY FIGHTING.

    Reuter's correspondent at the French headquarters says that the battle of Chemin des Dames, which has been raging for five months, is ...

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  99. VOLUNTEER WORKERS.

    The relieving are the names of [?] who left on Friday and Saturday as volunteers workers, to assist to the present industrial ...

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  100. Weddings.

    A pretty wedding was celebrated at St. John's Church of England on Saturday, the contracting parts being Mr. Charles Henry, [?]dest son of ...

    Article : 109 words
  101. Kandos.

    Association Rules—A special meeting a the Parents and Citizens' Association was held on Tuesday evening last for the ...

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  102. Mudgee District Pony Race Club

    The next meeting of the Mudgee District Pony Race Club will be held on the Holyoak Racecourse on Saturday. October 6th. Nominations ...

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  103. HOPEFUL FEELING.

    There is a hopeful feeling in trade union circles this morning that the Lord Mayor's effort at mediation would result favorably, but ...

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  104. Jim Larkin.

    In the House of Representatives, Mr. Orchard (N.S.W.) drew attention to the report that Jim Larkin was on his way to ...

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  105. YESTERDAY'S SHOOTING.

    Council interest was evinced in the proceedings of the Newtown Police Court this morning, when Reginald James Wearne, 27, was ...

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  106. Another Fine Rain.

    There was another line full of rain on Thursday night and in the early hours of Friday morning. The rain, which was preceded by a violent ...

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  107. THE CRITERION.

    Nater O Neil, the celebrated stage ard strong artist makes heer debut on the Matro programme in "The Iron Woman," a 5-part feature, produced ...

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  108. O'HARE—CORWLEY.

    The marriage was celebrated quietly at St. Mary's Church, Mudgee, on Thursday morning of Mr. Martin O'Hare, of Windeyer, and Miss Mary ...

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  109. THE A.W.U.

    The Australian workers Union has decided to remain neutral in the strike. It is understood that the question ...

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  110. Thursday's Stock Sales.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 96 words
  111. Too Late.

    When a case of alleged trespass was called on at the Mudgee Police Court on Friday the defendant was in attendance, but the complainant ...

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  112. MORE I.W.W. MEN.

    Two more members of the I.W.W. including the chief organiser, Frederick Millwood, were sentenced to six months' ...

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  113. Died of Wounds.

    Word has come to hand that Corporal A. G. Carr, of Ulan, in officially reported as having died of wounds. He was previously ...

    Article : 118 words
  114. Advertising

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    Advertising : 85 words
  115. LOYALTY TO LOYALISTS.

    The Acting Premier, Mr. Fuller, states that the Government intends to honor its pledge to the loyalists who have stood by them in this ...

    Article : 83 words
  116. Advertising

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    Advertising : 49 words
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