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  3. LATE NEWS

    SYDNEY, Friday.—The transport Woe[?]an sent a wireless message to 'Melbourne stating she passed a floating mine 22 miles north of Gabo. ...

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  4. The Young Witness

    The Young Repatriation Executive met yesterday. The monthly report is as follows:— During the month of June the ...

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  5. SEAMEN'S STRIKE.

    SYDNEY, 'Friday.—There is no change in the shipping trouble. The [?]nuka arrived last night and re[?]s to New Zealand to-morrow. ...

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  6. A WOMAN ROBBED.

    SYDNEY, Friday.—Two young men assaulted a woman named MeLelland while working across a vacant allotment at Chatawood ...

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  7. NO-CONFIDENCE DEBATE.

    SYDNEY, Friday.—The No-confidance debate was continued in the Federal Parliament last night and adjourned. ...

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  8. 1000 GUINEA BULL.

    SYDNEY, Friday.—During the stock, sales, which were held at the show ground yesterday, Dalgety and Company sold a bull for 1000 ...

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  9. HOUSE BUILDING

    Lieutenant Colonel Walker, Commissioner under the Federal War Service Act, agrees that, in View of the circumstances of the moment, it is ...

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  10. SHUNTER'S FOOT AMPUTATED.

    BA[?]HURST, Friday.—While assisting in shunting operations in the local railway yards, Joseph Byrne, 25 a shunter, had his right foot so ...

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  11. OLD MAN'S DREADFUL END.

    JUNEE, Friday.—A dreadful accident occurrcd here yesterday. An old man named Lawrence, who had been an inmate of the local hospital ...

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  12. MARENGO

    The cold snap of the past couple of weeks is having an adverse effect on stock and gra[?]s, and everyone will be pleased when normal conditions ...

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  13. HOMEBUSH STOCK SALES.

    Winchcombe Carson Ltd., report— 22,000 sheep, were penned, the bulk being medium to good; prime sorts were unaltered. We sold' Taylor's ...

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  14. A DISTINGUISHED SOLDIER

    Sergeant Harry Smith, M.M., who arrived at Young on Tuesday morning after three years at the war, was tendered a dinner that evening at his ...

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  15. WEDDING.

    At the Sacred Heart Church, Marengo, on Wednesday last, the Rev. Father Sheehan united Miss Jane Cartwright and Mr. Percy Close in the ...

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  16. A DOUBLE AFFLICTION.

    Following close upon the death of his father at Young last week, Mr. Herb Bray, of McLeric Street, received on Wednesday the distressing news ...

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  17. WALLENDBEEN

    The quaterly examinations of the local school were not completed owing to the closing of the schools on account of the influenza in other ...

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  18. FOOTBALL.

    The local boys seem to be too big a proposition for neighboring clubs whom, they complain, are fighting shy of meeting them. A couple of Cups' ...

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  19. FLU VICTIMS.

    Mr. Alf Moore, of Queensland, has fallen a victim to influenza, his death taking place last week. The late Mr. Moore, who was only a young ...

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  20. LINK WITH LAMBING FLAT.

    The death took place of Mr. J. M. Wallace, senr., on the 17th June, at a private hospital, Muswelbrook, at the age of 83 years, after and illness ...

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