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  7. The Late Mr. Chas. Mitchell.

    The funeral of the late, Mr. Charles Mitchell, son., took place thik afternoon, and was largely attended. The interment was made in the Church of England cemetery at ...

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    To-morrow is Red Triangle Day in Ne South Wales. In reality, however, the [?]terprise known by that name will extend well over a month. The objective of ...

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  9. Nurses' Comforts Fund.

    The usual fortnightly sewing meeting of the above fund was held on Wednesday afternoon last at Mrs. Wilson's residence, Oakhamptou. Parcels were packed for Matron Wilson, Sisters ...

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  10. Starr Bowkett Society.

    An appropriation of £400 by sale will take place at the office of the Maitland District Starr Bowkett Society, M.L.A. Chambers, on Wednesday evening, June 6. Nominations ...

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  11. The 34th Stall for Red Triangle Day.

    The committee of the 34th Battalion Comforts Fund met last evening to discuss Red Triangle Day. It was decided to hold the usual Friday stall, at the depot, the entire ...

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  12. Red Triangle Day.

    To-morrow, Red Triangle Day, will be celebrated in East Maitland as Button Day. Stalls for the sale of buttons and badges and other articles will be situated at the corner ...

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    Very complete arrangements have been made for the observance of Red Triangle Day in Maitland to-morrow, when the community generally will have an opportunity ...

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  14. Death of Mrs. A. Fltzpatrick.

    Mrs. Ellen Fitzpatrick, reliet of the late Austin Fitzpatrick, of Four Mile, Creek, passed away pencefully yesterday afternoon at her last residence the cause of death ...

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    A. C. Johnston's Surgery is open every Friday Night, 7 to 9. ...

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  17. Win the War League.

    The president of the Win this War League Mr. C. J. Mannall, has received a communication from Capt. Coates, organising secretary of the State Recruiting Committee, ...

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  18. Gresford Patriotic Committee.

    The Troussean Set, worked by the Misses Boydell and Lindeman, and donated to the Gresford Patriotic Committee, to be disposed of, realised £13/15/, and was won by ...

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  19. Painful Accident.

    A painful accident occurred at the union produce sales yesterday to Mr. Patrick McNamarra, the well known vegetable dealer. It appears he was present at the sales ...

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  20. Death Of Mrs. Streater.

    The death occurred in Sydney yesterday of Mrs. A. Streator, a former resident of Maitland. Deceased was only taken ill last week, the cause of death being double pneumonia. She was ...

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    Senator Pearce has suggested to Australia that it would be a decent thing to raise 5000 men to replace the survivors of the 1st Division in order that they may be ...

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  22. Death of Mrs. T. J. Harper.

    The many friends in Maitland of the Rev. T. J. Harper, who for some years has done good pioneer work in the Copeland Congregational Mission in the Gloucester district, ...

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  24. A Railway Case.

    Cornelius Patrick O'Neill was charged at the West Maitland police court this morning before Mr. C. H. Gale, P.M., that having on April 20, 1917, paid his fare from ...

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  25. A Runaway

    A runaway occurred in East Maitland this morning, the horse attached to Cracknell's baker's cart bolting, and it travelled a considerable distance before being brought to a ...

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  26. The Late Mr. R. Mamall.

    Mr. Riohard Mannall, who died at the residence of his daughter, Mrs. R. Bullard, of Mosman, on Tuesday afternoon, after all illness of but a few days, was an old and ...

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  27. Patriotic Tea Rooms.

    With the object of supplementing the funds, the Women's Patriotic Committee hit upon the excellent idea of providing afternoon tea at the depot, and have been ...

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  28. Dancing Classes

    Professor Christison's dancing class common in the school of Arts to-night. All the modern society dances, including the fox trot, saunter, one-step, and two-step waltzes, ...

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  29. Sox for Soldiers.

    In their efforts to got together 1000 pairs of sox for the Australian soldiers at the front, the ladies of the Women's Patriotic Committee are meeting with a ...

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