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  2. FOOTBALL

    The Kangaroos met and defeated Cootamundra juniors by to nil on Sunday last at Tipperary, the match being witnessed by a good crowd of ...

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  3. INFLUENZA

    The influenza epidemic at present so far as Young is concerned, seems to be on the wane. Since last issue there has been only ...

    Article : 169 words
  4. THE WHEAT SALE.

    Senator Russell, chairman of the Australian Wheat Board, says that the sale of one million tons of Australian wheat by Mr. Hughes at 5/6 per ...

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  5. The Young Witness With which is Incorporated THE BURRANGONG ARGUS

    Mrs. Metcalfe and Mr. R. Allen acknowledge with grateful thanks the sum of £5 from Mrs. Ingle Browne and £1 1/ from Sir W. Falrlie Cuninghame, ...

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  6. Advertising

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  7. HUGHES SPEAKS OUT.

    Mr. Hughes, addressing members of the House of Commons at the luncheon given him by Sir Newton Moore declared that the Imperial ...

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  8. CORNSACKS.

    The Customs Department is giving consideration to the question of providing cornsacks for the coming harvest. as the balance of last year's ...

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  9. BIRDWOOD COMING

    LONDON, July 7 — General Birdwood will visit Australia about October. ...

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  10. License Transferred.

    At the Licensing Court this morning before Messrs. F. H. Tout and J. Forsythe, J.'sP., the license of the Oddfellows' Arms Hotel was ...

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  11. FEWER DEATHS.

    There wero 18 deaths from influenza and 84 fresh cases admitted to hospilas in the city during the 24 hours ended at height o'clock last ...

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  12. DAY OF PEACE

    Not in a spirit of vaunting exultation, but with reverence to God, the only give of all victory, peoples at the heart of Empire and in outpost ...

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  13. A £50 CHEQUE

    Mr. Rayfier, proprietor of the Puvllion Cafe. Circular Quay, has given £50 to the Sydney Benevolent Society to distribute food to hungry people in ...

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  14. INFLUENZA IN MELBOURNE.

    There is a mild recurrence of influenza in Melbourne. Forty six pattents were admitted. and there were two deaths since six o'clock last night. ...

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  15. CO-OPERATIVE CONTROL

    Following the Federal Government scheme for the co-operative control of dairy produce, consideration is being given to a proposal for the ...

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  16. MR. HUGHES, K.C.

    Mr. Hughes has been made a K.C. He lunched at Buckingham Palace with the King. ...

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  17. MEET AT CANBERRA

    Senator Gardiner has suggested that the Government should celebrate peace by both Houses meeting next session at Canberra. Senator Millon ...

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  18. LATE CABLES.

    LONDON, July 3. — Twenty three nations, virtually, the whole League, will sign the request to Holland to hand over the Kalser. The Allies do ...

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  19. A Sad Death.

    On Monday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. William Yeomana, of Arrnmagong, received the sail news of the death of their daughter, Mrs. Sparkes, of Dalby ...

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  20. BRITAIN'S PROBLEM.

    With the signing of peace, interest in British politics increases. The great questiops awaiting settlement in the future by the coalition are ...

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  21. SEAMEN'S STRIKE.

    There wan a compulsory conferencu in Melbourne yesterday regarding the seamen's strike, but failed to arrive at a settlement. The ...

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  22. BULLET UNDER EYE

    While Mr. Arthur Lucas, senior teacher at the Sydney Grammar School, was standing on the mortuary platform at the Sydney railway ...

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  23. Heavy Frosts.

    There was another severe frost at Young this morning, the minimum temperature receding to 27 degrees. ...

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  24. Family Notices

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  25. Death at Monteagte.

    Mrs. Mary Rule, wife of Mr. Charles Thomas Rule, a well known furmer in the Mouteugle district, passed away at her home on Friday ...

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  26. TENNIS CHAMPIONS

    LONDOM, July 6. — The Wimbledon Tennis Tourney was resumed today. Finals: Patterson beat Brookes 6-3. 7-5, 6-2. ...

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  27. LEAGUE OF NATIONS.

    LONDON. July 3. — In the House of Lords the Archbishop of Canterbury said that the League of Nations was the deliberate, well-weighed plans ...

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  28. INDIGNANT MERCHANTS

    The New Zealand Merchant Service Guild is indignant 'at the employment of an alleged German skipper on an Auckland coasting vessel, after ...

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  29. Many Saving Opportunities at Tromof and Co's Bonus Sale.

    Trompf and Co.'s Winter Bonus Sale is in full swing. Careful dressers and provident housekeepers will find this a splendid opportunity for saving in ...

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  30. FOOD SHOPS LOOTED

    LONDON, July 7. — Extensive disturbances, tinged with anarchy, have broken out in Northern Italy. The outbreaks were especially violent in ...

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  31. TOWN WITHOUT BREAD

    There has been no bread at Ravensworth, a town in North Queensland, for the last fortnight. The people, are subsisting on biscuits. ...

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  32. TRANS OCEANIC AIR SERVICE.

    LONDON, July 3.—The Admiralty is building six airships much larger than the [?]34, greater weight-lifters, and speedler, as the nucleus of a trans ...

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  33. AMERICAN ARMY OF OCCUPATION

    LONDON, July. 3. — The "Times" Paris correspondent states that General Perching announces that the American contribution to the army of ...

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  34. CHILDREN'S DAY.

    The peace celebrations in this State will include Friday, 18th July, which is set apart as the children's day with presentations of medals. ...

    Article : 38 words
  35. MAN FROM ARIZONA

    Albert H. Ryan, the man who achieved fame by shooting the mad Chinese, Loo Hing, in the house in a lane off Campbell street, city, appeared at ...

    Article : 348 words
  36. LAMB AND MUTTON

    The cool stores in Victoria are choked with Jamb and mutton Altogether about 1,300,000 carcases are held up for which there is no shipping. At ...

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  37. WHO IS MARCELLEP

    Au extraordinary story was told in the City Coroner's Court to-day at an Inquiry concerning the death of Alice Mackay, 28, a manicurist, of ...

    Article : 315 words
  38. PEACE PROCLAMATION

    The Royal Proclamation announcing, peace was publitily road this morning with all the ancient pomp and ceremony. ...

    Article : 109 words
  39. TROTSKY INTERVIEWED

    The "Evening News" publishes a striking interview which was obtained from Budapest, from M. Trotsky, wherein he admits that the Bolshevist ...

    Article : 185 words
  40. Peace Meeting.

    Readers are asked to attend the peace celebration meeting, to be held on Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock, See advt. ...

    Article : 26 words
  41. BIG WHEAT DEAL.

    LONDON, July 5. — The Commonwealth Government has sold a million tons of wheat to the British Government at 5/6 a bushel. It is ...

    Article : 56 words
  42. VICTORIAN PARLIAMENT

    The State Railway Department concluded the year's operations with a deficit of 2153,904 which is regarded as satisfactory in view of the fact that ...

    Article : 66 words
  43. Binalong Convent.

    On 1st July, Mr. Thornton examined at the local, convent. Miss K. Woodbridge for diplomas in alnging, with the result that this young lady ...

    Article : 77 words
  44. DEAD CHILD IN BATHROOM.

    BRISBANE, Monday.— The police are investigating the cause of death of a mile which, was found in the bathroom of a house at ...

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  45. ROYAL VISIT

    It is officially declared that the statement by the Prince of Wales did not mean that he would visit Australia in 1919. ...

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  46. Old Resident Dead.

    An old and well-known resident of the Young district, Mr Martin Edward Fitzgerald, passed away on Saturday. last at his home in Thornhill street, ...

    Article : 100 words
  47. EXPORT OF SHEEP

    SYDNEY, Tuesday. — At a meeting of the New South Wales Sheep Breeders' Association, a motion was carried that every effort be made to ...

    Article : 118 words
  48. EXTREME LABOR LEADERS

    SYDNEY, Tuesday. — The three Labor extremist leaders, Messrs. A. C. Willis, S. A. Rosa and A. A. Rutherford, who have been asked to explain ...

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  49. EIGHT BULLET WOUNDS.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—John Thurston has buen admitted to Sydney Hospltal in a serious condition suffering from the effect of seven bullet wounds ...

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  50. ONE BIG UNION

    VANCOUVER, Monday. — The American Federation of Labor and the Trades Congress have opened a campaign againat the One Big Union. ...

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  51. LATE NEWS

    A cable message was received on Saturday that Mr. Hughes would probably leave England by the troopship Friedrich[?]uhe on July 8. ...

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  52. A WHEAT ANOMALY.

    Machine cleaned wheat was in Sydney last week available at 3/11 to 4/3 per bushel, according to quality. In Goulburn, the lowest price was 4/3.— ...

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  53. DEATHS FROM POISON

    Two deaths from poisoning occurred in Paddington on Saturday. William Henry Morcombe, 15, a returned soldier, who was living with ...

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  54. CANADIAN PARLIAMENT

    VANCOUVER, Monday. — An Ottawa message says the Dominion Parliament, has been prorogued after a session lasting nearly five months. ...

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  55. DEAD IN A TRAIN.

    MELBOURNE, Monday—When the guard was inspecting a trian at Pakenham this morning, prior to leaving for Melbourne he discovered the body ...

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  56. INDUSTRIAL AWARDS.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday. — An application was made before Judge [?] in the industrial Court Yesterday for the variation of the award under which ...

    Article : 110 words
  57. EXHIBITION SHEEP SOLD.

    At Homebush yesterday, for a lot of [?] Romney Marsh two-tooth wethers exhibited at the recent sheep show and belonging to P. Osborne, of ...

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  58. DEATHS AT GOULBURN.

    Mrs. Axam died at the residence of her daughter Mrs. S. Marks, Bourke street, at 2 o'clock on Saturday afternoon. The late Mrs. Axam was 77 ...

    Article : 76 words
  59. MORE GERMANS LEAVING.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday. — About two thousand prisoners of war will be embarked on the [?] tomorrow for deportation to Germany. ...

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