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  4. CHRISTMAS, 1917.

    The spirit of Christmas, the feeling of Joyousness, the pleasure of contributing to the happiness of the children, the preparations for the visit ...

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  5. HOTEL ROBBERY.

    Before Mr. Fincham, P.M., on Wednesday, two newcomers to the district were charged that they did steal various articles at the Australian Hotel, ...

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  6. A PIONEER GONE.

    Mrs. Durning, an old and very highly respected resident of Young, died at her late residence on the Temora road on Wednesday morning. The ...

    Article : 277 words
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  9. WALLENDBEEN.

    The plain and fancy dress ball held in the Federal Hall on Wednesday last for the purpose of raising funds for the Benevolent Society of New ...

    Article : 206 words
  10. TIPPERARY.

    On Wednesday night, at the residence of Mr. J. Bowles, Tipperary, the residents met to make a presentation and say farewell to Mr. R. Nixon (the ...

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  11. SCHOOL TEACHER DROWNED.

    Miss Lella Barrett, 23, a school teacher, was carried out by the current while surfing at Paim Beach and drowned. The body was ...

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  13. GOING FOR A HOLIDAY.

    If off to the seaside, the mountains a sea trip or long motor tour, remember to protect yourself by taking with you a pot of Rexona, the Rapid ...

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  14. M.P. ASSAULTED.

    Mr. Pigott, M.P. speaking on the Government's proposals at Yeoval in the Orange district, was subjected to disgraceful treatment. He had not ...

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  15. RED CROSS.

    A very well attended general meeting of the Red Cross was held on 18th inst. in the local Council Chambers. The Mayor presided. ...

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  16. G.U.O.O.F.

    On Tuesday night the "Pride of the West' Lodge, G.U.O.O.F., held the usual quarterly meeting, the N.G. (Bro. B. E. Tristram) presiding. The ...

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  17. LATE PRIVATE CARMICHAEL

    Last mail brought Mrs. Carmichacl, of Young, more news concerning the death of her son, Private A. J. Carmichael, who was killed in action ...

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  19. A SAD DEATH.

    The sad death of Mrs. L. E. Lock took place at Mrs. J. Lynch's residence, Currawong street, Young, at 11 o'clock on Tuesday night. The ...

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  20. CANON DROUGHT DIES.

    One of the best known Anglican clergymen in the Melbourne diocese, Canon Charles E. Drought, M.A., incumbent of St. John's Church, Toorok ...

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  21. NEW SUGAR CROP.

    A Brisbane messages states:—It is estimated that the 1917 sugar crop will be as follows:—Crop area to be cut 129,314 acres; yield of cane, ...

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