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  2. Advertising

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  5. Raymond Terrace Cattle Sale.

    A Special cattle sale will be held at [?]yards. Raymond Terrace, by Mr. R. A. Elkin, on Tuesday next, when 250 head of far. Springers, and stores will be offered. ...

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  6. Death of Miss McGrath.

    The death occurred at her residence, Bridge-street, to-day, of Miss Catherine McGrath, an old and highly respected resident of the town. The funeral will take place ...

    Article : 37 words
  7. Horses Bolt.

    Whilst being brought in to the Maitland saleyards yesterday a mob of about 40 horses took fright after crossing the Belmore Bridge, and bolted down High-street into the ...

    Article : 85 words
  8. Homeville Methodist Picnic.

    The Sunday School picnic in connection with the Methodist Church at Homeville will take place to-morrow (Saturday), in Mr. O'Donnell's paddock at Mayfield, ...

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  9. Every Friday Night.

    For the convenience of patients, our surgery will be open on Friday nights from 7.30 p.m. till 9 p.m. We specialise in painless work at moderate prices. Dentists ...

    Article : 49 words
  10. That Cross-eyed Boy

    Will carry a handicap through life if you do not get his eyes attended to as young as possible. I make Special Glasses to cure squint without operation. L. CAVALIER, ...

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  11. Two Motor Cars for Sale.

    At the Maitland saleyards on Monday next Mr. J. Enright will offer two first-class motor cars for sale. One is a 30-h.p. Humber, the other a 30-h.p. Overland double seater. ...

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  12. Military Appointments.

    Among the appointments (for the voyage only) gazetted in Melbourne yesterday are the following:—To be colonel, Colonel G. H. Dean; to be lieut.-colonels, Lieut.-Colonel W. ...

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  13. Drugs in Collision.

    Whilst going to the Rutherford camp two of the drags used in the conveyance of soldiers between the camp and the town, came into collision. It seems they were both ...

    Article : 61 words
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    Two mysterious fires were reported to police in Sydney. The shop of Arthur [?] electrician, at Rose Bay, was found to alight, also one of the up-tairs [?]. ...

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  15. Military Badges.

    Since the commencement of the war several prosecutions have been instituted against firms and individuals for contravening the military regulations by selling military badges ...

    Article : 169 words
  16. Police Court.

    At the West Maitland Police Court to-day, Roy Jones (28), a soldier, on remand from Liverpool, was charged with having, at Maitland, during September, stolen a ring, ...

    Article : 96 words
  17. Loss of Christmas Parcels.

    Owing to the sinking of the steamship Arabia in the Mediterranean, all the Christmas parcels for the boys in the trenches sent by the East Maitland Soldiers' Comforts Fund ...

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    On the ground. Oakhampton-road, tomorrow (Saturday) afternoon at three o'clock, Mr. O. Young will offer at auction, three wooden cottages and two allotments of land. ...

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  19. Mayoress' Patriotic Committee.

    A general meeting of the above committee was hold on Monthly afternoon, the Mayoress (Mrs. C. Manuall) presiding. Present:—Mesdames Atkinson, Hancock, ...

    Article : 377 words
  20. Maitland Horse Sale.

    Mr. J. Enright will hold another big sale of horses at the Maitland yards on Thursday next, when 200 head of good quality horses and ponies, and a number of light ...

    Article : 41 words
  21. The Arabia's Passengers.

    In last evening's issue it was suited that Mrs. Rennick, daughter of Mrs. J. Pierce, of "Keramos," West Maitland, was a passenger on the P. and O. Liner Arabia when it ...

    Article : 794 words
  22. Exempton Court at East Maitland.

    The next, exemption court at East Maitland for the hearing of applications for exemption from the military service regulations will sit on Friday next. ...

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  23. Application for Land.

    An application has been received by the Crown Land Agent at East Maitland from E. T. Farnham for the conditional purchase of 100 acres, parish Aliandale, conversion of ...

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  24. School of Arts Library.

    The following books have been added to the collection in the Maitland School of Arts library:—"Women's Part," Annie S. Swan; "Men, Women, and Gems." Topper; ...

    Article : 53 words
  25. Cessnock Patriotic Committee.

    At the fortnightly meeting of the Cessnock Patriotic Committee, held on Tuesday evening the treasurer's statement showed that the receipts amounted to £71/8/6, ...

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  27. Coat-cutting Commission.

    The Royal Commission will not resume its sittings at Newcastle on Tuesday next as intended. This is due to the fact that one of the members is engaged on the Pelaw-Main ...

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  28. Death of the Rev. James O'Reilly, Taree.

    At an early hour this morning word came through the telephones to the Bishop of Maitland that the rector of Taree, Father James O'Reilly, had died ...

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    The sinking of the Arabia adds another to the long list of Germany's crimes. Germnany's pledge not to sink merchantmen without giving adequate warning is again ...

    Article : 512 words
  31. Maitland Horse Sale.

    Mr. E. W. Sparke, in conjunction with Messrs. William inglis and Son, conducted a special sale of horses at the municipal yards, Campbell's Hill, yesterday, when about 200 ...

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    Sir,—In Thursday's "Mercury" at the quest of Dr. Dwyer. Bishop of Maitland published an appeal from the irish National Society for assistance to alleviate district ...

    Article : 142 words
  33. Advertising

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  34. Old Girls' Union Garden Fete.

    The annual garden fete in aid of local christies will be opened to-morrow (Saturday) afternoon at three o'clock in the grounds of the Girl's High School, Church-street, by ...

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  35. Death of Mrs. J. N. Brunker.

    Word has been received of the death of the late Mrs. Elizabeth H. Brunker, relict of the late Hon. J. N. Brunker, which took place yesterday at the residence of her daughter, ...

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    The figures up to Wednesday night show 66,533 men have reported themselves is State for home defence. Of this number, [?] have been medically examined and 31,335 [?] ...

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  37. The Late Mr. H. M'Connell.

    The funeral of the Late Mr. Hugh McConnell, of Campbell's Hill, whose death occurred yesterday, took place this morning, and was well attended, included in there present being ...

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    The Chief Secretary stats that a communication has been received at the fisheries branch of his department from Mr. F. G. Digby, of Hunter's Hill. to the effect ...

    Article : 91 words



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