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  2. ON THE LAND.

    The continuance of unsettled international conditions resulted in the postponement of wool auctions for a further week. A conference of the ...

    Article : 1,169 words
  3. Advertising

    {No abstract available}

    Advertising : 1,125 words
  4. COUNTRY NEWS.

    Erected at a cost of more than £800, St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church at Alstonville was opened and dedicated by the State Moderator, the Rev. A. D. Marchant. ...

    Article : 73 words
  5. REAL ESTATE.

    Agents report that during the week inquiry for residential properties was normal, but that, in many cases in which terms were agreed upon, the ...

    Article : 1,025 words
  6. TRUST FOR RELIEF WORKS.

    Lithgow Municipal Council has adopted a proposal by Bathurst City Council that the proceeds of the wages and special income taxes be placed in a trust account and used ...

    Article : 72 words
  7. WESTERN SHEEP IN GREAT CONDITION.

    Ewes and lambs being brought in for shearing on Coolaminyah Station, Ivanhoe. They are in wonderful condition despite the fact that six months of the woolgrowing year were months of drought. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 36 words
  8. BATHURST HOSPITAL.

    The secretary, Mr. R. R. Golsby, declared at the annual meeting of the board of the Bathurst District Hospital, that it was difficult to see how the board would be able to ...

    Article : 176 words
  9. FARMER'S CREEK WORKS STRIKE.

    Lithgow Unemployed and Relief Workers' Association has appointed a delegation to wait on the Minister for Works and Local Government, Mr. Martin, and urges that the ...

    Article : 114 words
  10. LITHGOW WATER SUPPLY.

    Reporting to Lithgow Municipal Council, the Engineer, Mr. J. F. Harrison, stated that investigations had convinced him that, with the existing impoundage, an adequate water ...

    Article : 77 words
  11. BURGLARS IN MAYOR'S HOME.

    Thieves entered the home of Alderman W. S. Cripps, the Mayor of Blackheath, last night by a side window, and stole a quantity of clothing and £3 in cash. ...

    Article : 37 words
  12. PASTURES AND DAIRYING.

    Great efforts are being made in the United Kingdom to place agriculture on a more stable footing, and to break in land that, in the past, has been ...

    Article : 1,007 words
  13. RAIN HOLDS UP SHEARING.

    August is usually one of the busiest month, of the year in the shearing sheds, but, after a great run in July, shearers had a comparatively lean time ...

    Article : 490 words
  14. SURFERS' TOUR.

    Mr. D. Curran, secretary of the Illawarra branch of the Surf Life-saving Association, has been advised that the request of the branch that a South Coast Surf Life-saving ...

    Article : 67 words
  15. LABOUR DAY HOLIDAY.

    The Chief Secretary's Department has approved of a public holiday being observed on November 6 in Lithgow and Blackheath municipalities, Bla[?]land Shite, and parts of ...

    Article : 50 words
  16. GOULBURN HOSPITAL.

    In the annual report presented at the annual meeting of Goulburn District Hospital, it was stated that £950 had been spent in treating infantile paralysis, but the patients had paid ...

    Article : 110 words
  17. TRAIN EXCURSION CANCELLED.

    The Railway Department has advised Lithgow Municipal Council that the three-day train excursion to Lithgow, Bathurst, and other western centres, which was to have ...

    Article : 50 words
  18. OLD TOLLBAR RENOVATED.

    The Blue Mountains Shire Council has completed the renovation of the old tollbar at Mount Victoria. The building is one of the few of its kind remaining in New South ...

    Article : 46 words
  19. COMPENSATION GRANTED.

    At a sitting of the N.S.W. Workers' Compensation Commission, Charles James Smith was awarded £20 compensation, with £15 hospital expenses and £5/5/ costs, against ...

    Article : 54 words
  20. DEATH OF MR. J. VANDENBERGH.

    Mr. John Vandenbergh, who was known affectionately throughout the Robertson and Kangaroon districts as "grandfather," died in hospital at the age of 88. His father ...

    Article : 78 words
  21. ALLEGED THREATS TO "BASH."

    Bertram Meehan, master butcher, of Woy Woy, alleged in Gosford Police Court to-day that William Thompson, 32, fruiterer, of Brian Street, Rockdale, had threatened on four ...

    Article : 115 words
  22. DIED AFTER LEFT HOSPITAL.

    George Blanchard Key, 64, collapsed and died on the Ophir Road shortly after he had been discharged from the Base Hospital. About six weeks ago Key fell into a fire and ...

    Article : 48 words
  23. TREACLE TIN EXPLODES.

    Brian Rowe, 10, son of Mr. R. Rowe, of the Australia Theatre, was severely burned on the face and head by the explosion of a treacle tin which had been heated on a stove. The ...

    Article : 55 words
  24. SHOOTING NEAR PUBLIC STREET.

    When Raymond George Beale, 22, of Teralba Road, Brighton-le-Sands, was charged in Gosford Police Court to-day with having discharged a firearm near a public sheet at ...

    Article : 77 words
  25. MATRON S. M. MORGAN.

    In recognition of services rendered, the committee of the Orange District Ambulance have appointed Nurse S. M. Morgan, matron of St. Agnes's Hospital, East Orange, a li[?]e ...

    Article : 37 words
  26. Advertising

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    Advertising : 420 words
  27. HORNLESS MERINO STRAINS.

    "Before expressing an [?]ion on the subject of polled merinos," said the chief sheep and wool instructor for New South Wales, Mr. E. A. Elliott, yesterday. "I frankly admit that ...

    Article : 376 words
  28. RESIDENTIAL OWNER'S FEARS.

    James Blackwood White, owner of a residential at Darlinghurst, said at the Central Police Court yesterday that after seeking refuge in his home from George Edward Hayes, ...

    Article : 208 words
  29. SEQUEL TO FATAL ACCIDENT.

    The sequel to an accident in which three men were injured, one fatally, at Calga, 10 miles from Peat's Ferry, on May 20, occurred in Gosford Police Court to-day, when George ...

    Article : 166 words
  30. SAFEGUARDING GROWERS' INTERESTS.

    The chairman of the Australian Woolgrowers' Council, Mr. J. P. Abbott, said yesterday that he was thoroughly in agreement with the postponement of the wool sales. He was ...

    Article : 133 words
  31. EGG-LAYING COMPETITION.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 279 words
  32. CORRIEDALES SHIPPED TO JAPAN.

    Eight stud Corriedale rams and 26 stud Corriedale ewes, bought from Mr. T. B. Macfarlane, of Cullingral, Merriwa, were shipped for Japan by the Kosin Maru ...

    Article : 53 words
  33. NEW DAIRY FACTORY.

    Mr. F. S. Morton, the chairman of directors, said at the annual meeting of shareholders of the Nowra Co-operative Dairy Company, Limited, that the new dairy produce factory, ...

    Article : 162 words
  34. COUNTRY STOCK SALES.

    At the Orange Corporation Saleyards, 200 cattle were yarded. Values showed a rise of 10/ to 15/ a head on last week's rates, with a greater improvement for good quality. Best bullocks £10 ...

    Article : 160 words
  35. WAGGA AGRICULTURAL SHOW.

    Waaga's 75th annual show concluded to-day in bright weather, Awards:- Rin[?] events: Consolation high jump, E. Nelson's Domini, 6ft 6in; consolation pony hunter, Chittick ...

    Article : 111 words
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