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  2. THEY SAY.

    To-day is the 345th day of the fourth year of the war. Evidently things are not too brisk in Blayney. In the last issue of the ...

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  3. ITALIAN RED CROSS DAY.

    After weeks of hard work by the supporters of the various queens nominated by seven local organisations, the competition closed on ...

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  5. EARLY TELEGRAMS.

    Members of the Army Medical Service, replying to criticism of the blue arm-bands for invalid soldiers, said the results in Melbourne more ...

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  6. SPRINGHILL.

    On the 4th instant a meeting of the Spring Hill Progress Association was held in the Temperance Hall. A letter was received from the ...

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  9. LETTER FROM GUNNER DAVE WORRALL.

    Writing to a friend on the Bathurst "Times" staff, Gunner Dave Worrall, formerly of the Orange "Leader" staff says:—"I wonder ...

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  10. I.W.W CASES

    The Attorney-General, referring to the I.W.W. cases, said, "So far I have not been furnished with the statements referred to by Mr. Brookfield ...

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  11. OBITUARY.

    With very deep regret we have to note the death of Mrs. R. E. Moore, of Wingello, which occurred on Wednesday in a private hospital at ...

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  12. A HERO'S LAPSE.

    A young man whose brave conduct on board one of Australia's fighting ships won for him a distinction that will cause his name to be handed ...

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  13. SALE OF REMNANTS AND ODDMENTS.

    During sale time piles of remnants accumulated at Maguire's big premises, and he is going to give the people of Orange a feast of ...

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  14. SPECIAL MAIL NOTICE.

    Mails for the expeditionary forces in England and France, newspapers and parcels only, will close at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, 16th instant. Mails ...

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  16. CHAFFBAG SHORTAGE.

    In response to a telephone message from Mr. McKenzie, of the Primary Producers' Association, the Chief Price Fixing Commissioner in ...

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