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  4. "LABOR RULES THE ROOST"

    The emphatic protest registered two weeks ago by a representative meeting of Cowra farmers, "against the proposed action of the State ...

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  6. S. H. H. BAZAAR.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 167 words
  7. SHIRE ADMINISTRATION.

    Councillors Crichton (President) Caldwell, Tom, Kearins, Taylor and Thackeray and the Shire Clerk (Mr. R. Rumble) attended the monthly ...

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  8. TRADE SLUMP.

    There are growing signs of a coming slump in several. branches of trade in Sheffield, Nottingham and the Midlands. Many employers, ...

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  9. FOOTBALL.

    The annual report of the Kangaroo Junior Football Club, presented by J. J. Dwyer, the secretary, says:—"The club is in a flourishing ...

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  10. "SOMETHING DISTASTEFUL"

    —Speaking at the Eight Hour function on Saturday night, the Premion. Mr. Storey, said he did not want to threaten, but if the Proflteering Bill ...

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  11. Primary Producers' Union.

    At the last meeting of the Marenge Branch of the Primary Producers Union, Mr. P. M. O'Connor was in the chair. Others present were ...

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  12. "IRISH REPUBLIC"

    De[?]valera; the Sinn Fein president, has announced that he would petition the State Department at Washington (America) for recognitle of ...

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  15. OBITUARY

    As briefly reported in "The witness" last Thursday, there died at Prince Alfred Hospital, Sydney, on Monday of last week, at the age of ...

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  16. MARY PICKFORD.

    "Cowards! I dare you to come and fight." The girls upset Mary's lunch basket and made fun of her clothes, when she first went to school, but ...

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  17. PRICE OF WHEAT.

    The largest public meeting of farmers ever held at Harden took place on Saturday (writes our Harden correspondent). The following ...

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  18. INTERESTING WOOL FIGURES.

    That the pastoral industry in Australia is a live and growing thing, and that a very positive improvement has been effected in the production of ...

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  19. LOOKING AFTER WHEAT STACKS.

    The 'Cowra farmers at their meeting on Saturday afternoon, had a short but vigorous discussion on a request from the Minister for ...

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  20. TAX ON RACEGOERS.

    It is estimated that the new State tax on racing attendance realised about £5000 on Saturday. The tote was also a record. ...

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