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  2. IN THE NORTH SEA.

    Mr. J. Dodge, who is at present residing in East Maitland, served on board H.M.S. Queen Mary during the bombardment of the German forces on the Belgian coast, and in ...

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  3. £142 for a Flag.

    At the State lawn tennis carnival at Double Bay on Saturday, a Belgian flag, two rackets, and a copy of "Lawn Tennis in Australia," autographed by noted ...

    Article : 113 words
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  7. Septic Tank for Cessnock Hospital.

    The Cessnock District Hospital committee is considering the question of the installation of a septic tank in the hospital grounds. The shire sanitary inspector. Mr. W. Springbett, recently ...

    Article : 86 words
  8. School of Arts.

    At the last meeting of tho School of Arts committee, it was unanimously decided, on the motion of Mr. B. Holloway Rider, that a roll of honour be established in connection with the ...

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  9. St. John's Catholic Club.

    The annul social gathering of the above club, which took the form of a euchre party and dance, was hold in the School of Arts on Thursday evening last, when upwards of 100 ladies and ...

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  10. SINGLETON LETTER.

    The news that the Australian soldiers are fighting in the Dardanelles has been received in Singleton, as in all other parts of Australia, with much interest. The days to come will ...

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  11. THE CALENDAR.

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  13. A Valedictory Gathering.

    A very pleasant evening was spent at the residence oil Mr. and Mrs. G. Butts, Wallace street, West Maitland, on Saturday, when a number of their friends assembled to bid them farewell, ...

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  14. Empire Day Celebration.

    A meeting of the general committee in connection with Empire Day celebration will be held in the Town Hall on Wednesday night next to receive the sub-committee's reports. ...

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  15. LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.

    Whilst out have shooting a few days ago, Mr. Jas. Ralston put up a fine specimen of the English fox near Farley. The dogs gave chase, and, when hot upon his heels, Reynard ...

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  16. AUSTRALIANS IN ACTION

    Many people may be of opinion that the war authorities have been slow in getting the first of the Australian troops into the fighting line, but when it is considered that ...

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  17. Girls' Patriotic Fund.

    A meeting of members of the Girls' patriotic Fund will be held in the committee room of the Town Hall to-morrow (Tuesday) evening at 7.30 o'clock. ...

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  18. Fishing in the Hunter.

    Now that the close season has come into operation in connection with the capture of bass, keen sports, those who believe in giving these fine edible fish a chance to multiply. ...

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  19. Holders of Chaff, Hay, Maize, and Oats.

    Holders of chaff, hay, maizes, and oats are reminded by advertisement in this issue that persons having in their possession at midnight on April 20 maize or oats in excess of ...

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  20. FINAL LEAVE.

    Some of the local volunteers with the expeditionary forcer to leave Sydney this month returned to singleton at the Week-end for a final visit to their people. According to ...

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  21. Euchre Party and Social.

    A euchre party and social will be held on Thursday evening next in Fatzeus' Hall, in aid of the produce stall at the children's bazaar for the Maitland Hospital. Good ...

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  22. JAPANESE FAIR.

    Considering the many calls upon the public at the present time, the result of the Japanese Fair, in aid of St. Andrew's Church funds, must be classed as very satisfactory. During ...

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  23. Major Scobie Wounded.

    A cablegram was received yesterday by his wife, who resides at Oakhampton, from Major Robert Scobie, who is second in command of the 2nd Battalion. First Australian Infantry ...

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  24. Troops in Egypt.

    A cablegram was received this morning by Lieut-Colonel Markwell, V.D., from his son Corporal Jack Markwell, who accompanied the first Australian contingent to Egypt, ...

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  25. Death of Mrs. M. J. Harris.

    The death occurred this morning at her late residence, Daisy-street, Chatswood, of Mrs. Mary Jane Harris, widow of the late Mr. Henry Harris, at one time governor of ...

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  26. THE WEATHER.

    Beautiful weather is being experienced. The days are bright and sunny, and the nights and early mornings cool: but most people would like to see some more rain before the arrival ...

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  27. Australians in Egypt.

    Private H. Brewer, of C Company, Second Battalion of the First Australian infantry Brigade, writing to a friend in Maitland from Mena Camp Hospital, Cairo, Egypt, on ...

    Article : 232 words
  28. Off to the War.

    Corporal Harry Ryan, of Maitland, who recently joined the Expeditionary infantry force in camp at Liverpool, where he has been putting in a strenuous time for some ...

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  29. The Methodist Church.

    Special services in celebration of the anniversary of the West Maitland Methodist Church were conducted yesterday by the Rev. L. H. Kelynack, B.A., principal of the ...

    Article : 156 words
  30. "THE FALL OF THE LEAF."

    During the past week the hand of death has removed three old residents from our midst, full of years, well-known, and respected. In the healthy climate of this district, as in ...

    Article : 135 words
  31. BRITISH AT ST ELOI.

    M. Marcel Hutin, in the "Echo de Paris" of March 16, comments as follows on the action of the British troops at St. Eloi: "At nightfall on Sunday the army of the ...

    Article : 324 words
  32. Church-street Tram.

    On April 16 Lieut-Colonel Nicholson M.L.A., wrote to the Chief Commissioner for Railways in regard to the withdrawal of the train service between High-street and West ...

    Article : 116 words
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  34. Join the Colours.

    Dr. Kelly, Roman Catholic Archbishop of Sydney, makes the following appeal:—"Our Australian soldiers are now face to face with the enemies of our country. They ...

    Article : 222 words
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    At south Head, on the 30th all., a man was found lying dead on the rocks. A card in his pocket was marked with the name J. H. Jones. ...

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  36. Death in the Hospital.

    Miss Florence Stanton, fifth daughter of the late Mr. Wm. Stanton, died at 8.30 last night in the Maitland Hospital, where she had been under treatment for a week. The ...

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  37. MARY ENGAGED.

    "Mistress: 'Well, I'm sorry you want to leave me, Mary. But what's your reason?. Mary hung her head but said nothing. "Mistress: 'Something private?' ...

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  38. A CHANCE FOR SCULPTORS.

    "I have an idea that there is a very big opportunity coming directly for sculptors. There will be great deeds to he commemorated and great men. The work must be finer and ...

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