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  2. COUNTRY NEWS. OUTSTANDING RATES.

    Despite efforts made by the Bowral council to collect outstanding accounts, a report presented to the last meeting showed that the aggregate amount due had increased ...

    Article : 87 words
  3. Family Notices

    {No abstract available}

    Family Notices : 1,864 words
  4. ON THE LAND. THE WOOL TRADE.

    Well-grown, good-length wools are apparently scarce in Great Britain. Yorkshire was a keen buyer of them at recent Australian auctions, and has since been privately seeking ...

    Article : 1,551 words
  5. Family Notices

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    Family Notices : 2,930 words
  6. DAIRY MANAGERS.

    The proceedings at the annual conference of the Dairy Factory Managers' Association, held at the Royal Agricultural Society's Showground, concluded yesterday with the ...

    Article : 678 words
  7. DAIRY FARM COMPETITION.

    Mr. R. Watson Hewett of the Ellerdale Jersey Stud, Rous in the Richmond River District won the coastal dalry farm championship conducted by the "Farmer and Settler" in ...

    Article : 471 words
  8. BULLI RED CROSS.

    The report presented to the annual meeting to-day of the Bulli blanch of the Red Cross Society revealed a very satisfactory year of activity. The revenue exceeded the amount ...

    Article : 60 words
  9. COALFIELDS AMBULANCE.

    The inclusion of the coalfields district in the Newcastle area by the New South Wales Ambulance Transport Board has aroused indignation in the district. The people of ...

    Article : 173 words
  10. HOTEL-KEEPER FINED.

    At the Gosford Police Court to-day Harold Carl Sparrc, licensee of the Bay View Hotel, Woy Woy, was fined £5 for having allowed prohibited persons to be on his premises ...

    Article : 51 words
  11. CLAIM FOR DAMAGES FAILS.

    At the Gosford Police Court Arthur Everton Robinson, retired grazier, of Woy Woy, claimed £10 from Nicolas Dennis, investor, of Woy Woy, a next door neighbour, for ...

    Article : 104 words
  12. Advertising

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    Advertising : 1,109 words
  13. POSSESSION OF OPOSSUM SKINS.

    At the Police Court Darrell Myers, 22. and his younger brother were each fined £5/10/ for having 22 opossum skins in their possession, and were fined £ 10 for being in ...

    Article : 74 words
  14. SKELETON WEED CONTROL.

    Mr. K. G. Carn, weeds officer of the Department of Agriculture,1 has just visited the south-western part of the State extending from Wagga to Berrigan. He stated yesterday ...

    Article : 388 words
  15. FINES FOR ILLEGAL BETTING.

    At the Leeton Police Court Darcy B. McGee was fined £10, with £16/14/ costs, for having used a shop for the purposes of betting. Seven other persons were fined £2 for ...

    Article : 105 words
  16. KYOGLE WORKS.

    The Kyogle Urban Committee has requested the Shire Council to arrange for a loan of £3000 for constructing concrete footpaths, guttering, and kerblng. The committee also ...

    Article : 52 words
  17. ALLEGED THEFT OF HORSES.

    In August of last year six horses, the property of Otto Bauermister, and six. horses, the property of Benjamin James Loxley,1 disappeared from the Irrigation Area and were ...

    Article : 81 words
  18. FREE BEER AT LITHGOW.

    Free beeir was on tap at the Lithgow Workmen's Club yesterday. The liquor, amounting to l8 gallons, was part of the first consignment from the Oakey Park Brewery of ...

    Article : 81 words
  19. PIG INDUSTRY.

    Mr. R. W. Adams, writing from the Hawkesbury Agricultural College, Richmond, states:— On behalf of the farmers and graziers attending the winter school at the above college, I ...

    Article : 252 words
  20. LITHGOW AMBULANCE

    At a meeting of the district committee the superintendent, Mr. A. Davis, reported that for the year ended June 30 last 3324 persons were carried in ambulance vehicles, 1480 of ...

    Article : 72 words
  21. WINE GRAPES. LEVY.

    CANBERRA, Friday.—The Acting Minister for Commerce (Mr. Thorby) pointed out to-day that, under the Wine Grapes Charges Act, 1929, a charge is levied and ...

    Article : 268 words
  22. TRANSPORT PROSECUTIONS

    David Fyfe, orchardist, of Penrose, was fined £5 on two charges of contravening regulations governing the use of his motor lorry, which was registered as a primary producer's ...

    Article : 105 words
  23. POULTRY SHOWS.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 281 words
  24. ORANGE BUILDING FIGURES.

    The town clerk (Mr. R. H. Heath) [?]submitted to a meeting of the Orange Council the following building figures for the [?]halfyear ended June 30:—New buildings, 24 ...

    Article : 71 words
  25. COMPANY'S ROADWAY SCHEMES.

    Metal Manufactures, Ltd., has completed the construction of 4152 square yards of reinforced concrete roadways throughout the company's works at Port Kembla, Both sides ...

    Article : 83 words
  26. HORSE ASSOCIATION.

    At a meeting of the council of the Horse Association, at which Mr. J. McMahon presided, it was decided to hold the sixth annual procession and exhibition on Saturday, ...

    Article : 158 words
  27. DEATH OF MR. ROBERT FINLAYSON.

    Mr. Robert Finlayson has died at the age of 82. He was manager of the local branch of the English, Scottish and Australian Bank until his retirement nearly 20 years ago. He ...

    Article : 87 words
  28. EGG-LAYING COMPETITION.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 242 words
  29. PORT KEMBLA QUARRY WORKERS.

    In a letter to the Wollongong Council, the Port Kembla branch of the United Labourers' Protective Society protested that, while all other works on the South Coast were ...

    Article : 114 words
  30. STUD STOCK ARRIVALS.

    By the Raranga which is due to arrive in Sydney from Glasgow and London, several stud arrivals have been shipped. These include: Three heifers, Balthavock Princess Royal ...

    Article : 137 words
  31. PEARL BEACH-ROAD.

    Heavy seas have been breaking on the foreshores of Broken Bay this week, and have washed away more of the old road into Pearl Beach. The roar of the sea has been distinctly ...

    Article : 76 words
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