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  2. Late Wires. HOUSE BLOWN TO PIECES.

    The house of Sergeant Simpson, of Grey month, New Zealand, was blown almost to pieces by the explosion of a bomb in the kitchen chimney. ...

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  3. The Passing Show

    The life of a Prime Minister, like that of a policeman, is not always a happy one. He has to take his gruel along with such glory as may attach ...

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  4. The Advorate

    A team of local Diggers will play the Cadets on Sunday next at 2 p.m. Mr H. Edwards has received a wire stating that his brother, Mr. H. S. ...

    Article : 96 words
  5. Men Who Fought. SERGT. W. J. WORNER.

    A brief outline of the experiences of local lads who have returned with[?] the past few days is set out below Sergeant W. J. Worner, M.M., ...

    Article : 239 words
  6. Peace Celebrations.

    After the water scheme meeting on Tuesday night at the Shire Hall, a meeting was held for the purpose of arranging peace celebrations at West ...

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  8. SEAMEN'S STRIKE.

    At the Seamen's Conference in Melbourne the men agreed to submit the quetion to a plebeiscite of the members, asking shall the ships be ...

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  9. Soldier and Sailor.

    Corporal "Top" Stanford and Able Seaman Cleave Andrew arrived back by Monday's train. They were met at the station by the Shire President, ...

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  10. THE SHIPPING POSITION.

    A few North Coast steamers are running under increased freight rates The "Orara" returned to Byron Bay last night. ...

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  11. PUBLIC HOLIDAY.

    Tuesday, 3rd June, has been proclaimed a public holiday for the Wyalong Police District. ...

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  12. DEATHS 5—NEW CASES 72.

    There were [?]ive deaths and 72 new cases of influenza for the 24 hours to 8 o'clock last night. ...

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  13. NO SUNDAY FOOTBALL IN TEMORA.

    The Protestant clergy of Temora petitioned the Town Council to stop football being played in the public parks on Sunday. The Council, by a ...

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  14. FLOODS ON NORTH COAST

    Flooded conditions continue, particularly on the North Coast. ...

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  15. A. B.CLEAVE ANDREW.

    Able Seaman Cleave Andrew Joined the Australian Navy in November, 1915. After 12 months training on the Tingira," he transferred ...

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  16. 21½ INCHES FOR MONTH.

    It is still raining heavily in the City, where the rainfall for this month exceeds 21½ inches. ...

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  17. ANOTHER SOLDIER WELCOMED.

    Corporal Harry Hardic arrived back yesterday, and was accorded a civic reception at Wyalong. Report next issue. ...

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  18. MR. ASHFORD EXPLAINS.

    Replying to complaints regarding delays in connection with proceedings under the Closer Settlement Promotion Act last night, Mr. Ashford ...

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  19. GLORIOUS RAIN.

    Further welcome falls of rain occurred on Wednesday night and Thursday. The only registrations available at time of going to press ...

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  20. WYALONG SOLDIERS MEMORIAL

    In support of the Council candidate a sports meeting and social at night will be held at Wyalong on Tuesday next. On Thursday next, a concert ...

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  21. TO-DAYS CABLES

    The King received Hawker and Grieve at Buckingham Palace and invested them with the Air Force Cross They were afterwards tendered a ...

    Article : 47 words
  22. GOULBURN SHEEP SALES.

    In to-day's issue, Mr. W. H. Wheatley advertise particulars of a sale of 10,000 store sheep at Goulburn on Tuesday next. Messrs O. H. Furner ...

    Article : 106 words
  23. DRIVER E. McINNESS.

    Driver Ewen Mclnness enlisted at Wyalong on 22nd February, 1918, getting to England on 27th August. After six weeks training, he ...

    Article : 114 words
  24. THE AUSTRALIAN FLIGHT.

    Hinkler expeets to start his [?] for Australia in a few days. ...

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  25. ATTORNEY GENERAL'S VISIT.

    The Hon. [?] Hall, Atorney-Genorhl, will address a meeting of national friends and supporters in the M.U. Hall on Thursday night next. ...

    Article : 63 words
  26. GERMAN PROPOSALS.

    Copenhagen papers give the test of the German proposals. She is willing to reduce armaments more than is asked, and proposes a ...

    Article : 102 words
  27. C. E. Wallder and Co's Monthly Market.

    C. E. Wallder and Co. report that yesterday they held their usual monthly market. There was an exceptionally good attendance of graziers ...

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  28. SIGNALLER ROY GARDNER

    Signaller Roy Gardner paid a visit here on Thursday. Unfortunately the local authorities were not notified, and thus a civic reception was ...

    Article : 212 words
  29. SHEEP WITH FOUR HORNS.

    Mr. R. McKenzie, local butcher, slaughtered an 11-month-old wether yesterday which bad four distinct horns—two large and two small. This ...

    Article : 41 words
  30. SPECIAL STOCK SALE.

    A special stock sale will be held by C E. Wallder and Co. at their yards on Tuesday, 10th June. They Lave already booked 150 head of cattle and ...

    Article : 77 words
  31. LANDRAU'S LOVE AFFAIRS.

    Landrau, in an examination which lasted two hours, admitted that eleven women on the list were his lovers. He did not know where they had gone ...

    Article : 43 words
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  33. NEWS ON OTHER PAGES.

    On the first page of this issue appears the report of the meeting in connection with the water supply scheme, Boorabil Notes, and the ...

    Article : 75 words
  34. CORPORAL T. STANFORD.

    Corporal Stanford enlisted at West Wyalong on 14th February, 1916. He arrived in England in August, and after the necessary training, he went ...

    Article : 135 words
  35. PRIME CATTLE.

    It is a long time since we have had the opportunity to look at butter quality cattle than those offered by C. E. Wallder and Co at their yards ...

    Article : 125 words
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  40. PTE. JAS. O'CONNOR.

    Private O'Connor enlisted on 16th July, 1915. After training for a time in Liverpool Camp, he sailed for Egypt in November. He was for six ...

    Article : 152 words
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