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  6. WOOL.

    Winchcombe, Carson Ltd., report: Shearing which had commenced in some of the early shells in the west and north west will be interrupted as ...

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  7. THEY SAY.

    To-day is the 356th day of the 4th year of the war. What's wrong with calling him a Clown Quince. ...

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  8. The Alien.

    The time for a review of the situation had arrived, and necessarily this review must be exhaustive. It surprised herself that there should not ...

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  9. PRIMARY PRODUCERS' UNION.

    The refusal of the selling agents to make a separate charged for bags sold with produce was discussed at length at the meeting of the central ...

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  10. SOLDIERS XMAS GIFTS.

    The fund to provide parcels at Christmas time for Orange and district soldiers has already been launched, and the matter is now well ...

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  11. AN AMERICAN LETTER.

    Some idea or the treatment that American soldiers are receiving in German prison camps may be gathered (says the Washington ...

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  12. BRUTALITY TO PRISONERS.

    It is reported t[?] (says a special correspondent of "The Times," writing from Amsterdam) that at Sennelager on April 13 last it was made ...

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  13. ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL.

    A lady of this (own (of course her name [?] won't disclose) Was on the verge of a divorce—least that's how scandal goes) ...

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  14. "AT ATTENTION" ALL DAY.

    Another ease rotates to the notortous 10th Army Corps, under General von Hanisch, about which so many complaints have been made. Some ...

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  15. ORANGE WAR CHEST.

    The treasurer (Mrs. W. E. Brooks) has supplied us with the following monthly statement of business transacted by the Orange War-Chest:— ...

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  17. THE SARTORIAL RENOVATORS.

    Suits and Costumes Cleaned, Pressed and Sterilised by the latest American Sanitary Machine, which may be seen working in the window. ...

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  18. ROBBING A LINE.

    Thieves entered Mr. H. Brooke's back yard on Tuesday night and not clean away with some men's wearing apparel. Miss Brooke heard a noise ...

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