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  4. IN ENEMY COUNTRIES.

    Among other things this war has developed in Germany is the "Phonograph Man." Wherever you go in the Fatherland your ears are assailed by the same stock ideas ...

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  6. Euchre Party and Social

    The euchre party and social advertised to be held in Fatzeus' Hall to-night, has been postponed until further notice. ...

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  7. Major Robert Scobie.

    Miss Scobie has received a letter from a comrade of her brother's, an officer on sick leave, at present in Sydney, in the course of which he says:—"Tell your mother that ...

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  8. Paterson Stock Sale.

    The stock sale advertised to take place at Messrs. Wilson and Keppie's yards, Paterson, on Saturday next, has been postponed until Saturday, 15th instant, owing to the ...

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  9. West Maitland Municipality.

    Three important matters brought up at the West Maitland Council meeting on Tuesday night were in reference to the Yarrabong Bridge, the matter of street ...

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  10. Motions of Sympathy.

    At both the "Follow the King" movement meeting and the meeting in relation to the celebration of Empire Day last evening reference was made to the reported deaths of ...

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  11. The Belgian Fund.

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  12. Sale of Work at Paterson.

    The sale of work at Paterson has been further postponed until Tuesday and Wednesday next. Contributions to the produce stall may be sent to the School of Arts, ...

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  14. THE CALENDAR.

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  15. LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.

    It is staled that all schools remain open on Empire Day in order that they may be the centre of the celebrations. The Minister of Education has, however, decided to ...

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  16. Run Down by a Mail Train

    William Powell, a middle-aged man, and a resident of Hamilton, was run down by the Taree mail at Hexham last evening. He was admitted to the Maitland Hospital about 11 ...

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  17. The Late Major Robertson.

    Major S. B. Robertson, whose name is among the killed Queensland officers, is a son of Rev. Joseph Robertson, M. A., one of the best-known Congregational ministers in ...

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  18. Cattle Saleyards.

    The report of the saleyards committee presented at the West Maitland Council meeting on Tuesday evening, recommended that £15 be expended on repairs to the ...

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  19. MAITLAND FARMERS UNION.

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  20. CONSCRIPTION.

    At frequent intervals we find someone or other advocating compulsion us a means of securing a larger number of recruits for Australia's additions to the Empire forces ...

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  21. Clearing-out Sale.

    Mr. E. J. McDonald will conduct a clearing-out sale of household furniture, plane, shop fittings, etc., on the premises of Mr. J. H. Hobbs, High-street, adjoining the ...

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  22. Death of Mrs. Dampier.

    News has been received in Sydney By Mr. Alfred Rolfe of the death of Mrs. Alfred Dumpier, who was living at the time in America, with her son Fred and her ...

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  23. Memorial Service.

    The rector of St. Paul's (Rev. Arnold Conolly) will conduct a memorial service on Sunday evening next at 7.30 at St. Paul's, and all comrades and friends of the late ...

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  24. COMMERCIAL.

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  25. Patriotic Bazaar.

    A patriotic children's bazaar in aid of the Belgian and Blue Cross funds will be held in the Church-street hall on Saturday afternoon and evening, May 15. The opening ceremony ...

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  26. TO-DAY'S HORSE SALE.

    Mr. J. Enright yarded about 200 horses at the Maitland saleyards to-day. Consignments consisted of all descriptions. Notwithstanding that sales were conducted in ...

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  27. Maitland Streets.

    In referring to the report received from the cleric of works in regard to the streets of the town at the West Maitland Council meeting on Tuesday evening, the Mayor ...

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  28. HOMEBUSH STOCK SALES.

    Pitt, Son and Badgery, Ltd., report:—About 30,0000 sheep penned; market 1/ to 1/6 better. Owing to rain and cancellation of trucks, buyers were very active. The ...

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  29. Death of Private Foxall.

    News was received in Sydney yesterday by Mr. Neville W. Montagu, from a firm of solcitors at Lye, Stourbridge, England, of the death on March 18 in France, through ...

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  30. A Grazier's Estate.

    Probate him been granted of the will of the late Mr. William Burton Smith, grazier, of the Union Club, Sydney, who died on April 8 last. Testator appointed ...

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  31. Lieutenant Solling.

    An unfortunate and regrettable error seems to have been made in regard to the reported death of Lieutenant E. M. Solling, who was officially stated to have been ...

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  32. STOCKS AND SHARES.

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  33. Licht Horse Encampment.

    According to advices received by the local authorities, there is a possibility that the Light Horse encampment, which was to have been held at Anambah, but was ...

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  34. Roll of Honour.

    Amongst the list of those who have given their lives for their country at the Dardanelles appears the name of Lieutenant David McNeil Hough, who belongs to an old ...

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  35. Death of Lieut. Waddy.

    News has been received from England of the death of Lieutenant J. R. Waddy, R.A.M.C. aged 27, who was shot when near Ypres on March 17. He has been ...

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  37. TO-DAY'S QUOTATIONS.

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  38. The Schools and Empire Day.

    Although Empire Day has been declared a public holiday in New South Wales, the schools are to remain open, in order that they may become the railway point of the ...

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  39. AUCTION SALES OF PRODUCE.

    An exceptionally small supply of produce was available at the goods yards this morning, totalling 83 trucks in all. Of this number 16 consignments were offered at auction, ...

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