The Chief Railway Commissioner, Mr T Johnson, paid Parker his usaal annual visit on Tuesday morning, on his return from an inspection of the ...Article : 120 words
A youth named Alfred Parke was found guilty at Ballarat of having committed a capital offence on a girl aged three and a-half years. ...Article : 66 words
Some doubt having arisen, from the published resume of the Pablic Works Committee's recommendation, as to the course to be followed by the proposed ...Article : 97 words
The strike of seamen and firemen has been officially launched at Liverpool. The crews of the Teutonic and Empress of Ireland, numbering ...Article : 549 words
Now the cold weather in here a hot Lemon Toddy or a cop of hot Beef Tea at Lane's Soda Fountain Department keeps the blood warm and invigorates ...Article : 82 words
A man named John Charlea Bayliss, employed in suckering on Mr Fiecklington's farm at Coradgery, died very suddenly on Friday last. He was on ...Article : 132 words
Arrangements have been made for the celebration of Coronation Day in connection with the local Convent School. Immediately after Mass at ...Article : 95 words
Mr Peter Dogger (well-known to old residents of Parkes) died at the residence of his son, Mr H Dogger, at Cobar, last Friday week, at the age of ...Article : 138 words
Shooting in connection with the programme for the current quarter come menced on June 10th, and will close on Angust 30th. The following are ...Article : 124 words
One of our most prominent townsmen was removed from our midst on Thursday evening last in the death of Mr. Herbert Bay ey Pulver, J.P., ...Article : 806 words
The seventh meeting of the Parkes Trotting Club is to take place at the local race course on Thursday next, Coronation Day, 22nd inst, and, given ...Article : 130 words
We regret to record that another old and much respected pioneer, in the person of Mr. John Way, of Boganstreet, has gone to the Great Beyond. ...Article : 203 words
THE LEADING SYDNEY OPTICIANS. The firm will visit Parkes, on Wednesday, July 12th, and may be consulted at Tattersall's Hotel, from 9 to 6 ...Article : 145 words
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