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  2. METHODIST SYNODS.

    In common with all the Synods of the Mothodist districts, now sitting, which have dealt wilh the matter, the Synod of the first Sydney district yesterday unanimously agreed to a ...

    Article : 281 words
  3. ON THE LAND.

    Referring yesterday to the shallow boring scheme, Mr. W. F. Dunn, M.L.A., chairman of the Water Conservation and Irrigation Commission, said that at the present time there ...

    Article : 337 words
  4. Family Notices

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    Family Notices : 1,465 words
  5. WELFARE CENTRE.

    "This is the first building of its kind to be erected south of the line, and the Government hopes it will bo only one of many such institutions," said the Minister for Health ...

    Article : 427 words
  6. WEEDS AT TAMWORTH.

    TAMWORTH.—The present season is about the worst for noxious weeds that has been experienced in this district for many years, if not the worst on record, This is due to ...

    Article : 387 words
  7. SOUTH COAST CONDITIONS.

    REGA.—The outlook for the summer in this district is decidedly gloomy. Rain is needed badly, and unless threo or four inches ot good seaking rain are received within the next few ...

    Article : 343 words
  8. STATE ORCHESTRA.

    Schumann's "Symphony in E flat" was the principal number at the concert given by the State Orchestra at the Conservatorium on Wednesday night. It was conducted by Mr. ...

    Article : 294 words
  9. BANANA PLANTING.

    On his return from a visit to the extreme North Coast, Mr. W. J. Allen, the State Fruit Expert, mentioned that many growers were still planting out fresh areas of bananas on ...

    Article : 212 words
  10. AMUSEMENTS.

    The concert in honour of Miss Myrtle Throne had been well organised, and a large audience assembled at the Town Hall on Tuesday night, whan the contralte proved in fine voice, declaiming Bemberg'[?] ...

    Article : 405 words
  11. A NEW WHEAT.

    MOLONG.—Mr. Charles Gosper, a wellknown and progressive wheat further at Meranburn, has isolated and apparently fixed a new variety of wheat, which [?] to be ...

    Article : 205 words
  12. Advertising

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    Advertising : 9,413 words
  13. PUPILS CONCERT.

    Character sketches and many recitations were given by the pupils of Mr. Harry Thomas at St. James's Hall on Tuesday night. Most of the children acquitted themselves well, and were the means of holding ...

    Article : 122 words
  14. DISTRICT ITEMS.

    BEGA.—At the Corridgerie Estate sale Mr. E. [?] Pell sold on account of Mr. A. A. Wren [?]62 acres, including the homestead, at £46 per acre for 140 acves and £42 for 222 acres. Other blocks brought over ...

    Article : 190 words
  15. MISS ETHEL [?]OLDEN'S CONCERT.

    Before a keenly appreciative audience, which gave the artiste an ovation after each offering, Miss Ethel Holden again proved her capability and skill as a v[?] [?] at King's Hall last night. In such varied ...

    Article : 129 words
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