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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 55 words

    Abermain Nos. 1 and 3 collieries have been idle since Friday last, through slackness of trade. ...

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    In "Heart Trouble," Harry Langdon's latest production for First National, which comes to the Palace Theatre to-night, Langdon has taken ...

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  5. East Gresford Hall.

    The official opening of the new hell at East Gresford will be held on Friday, December 7, at 8 p.m. A presentation will be made to Mr. E. ...

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  6. Free Presbyterian Church.

    Mr. J. Marchant will conduct service in the Free Presbyterian Church, East Maitland, on Sunday next, at ll a.m. ...

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  7. Advertising

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    Advertising : 275 words
  8. Tarro Shire Elections.

    Electors in the Tarro Shire are requested by an advertisement elsewhere to vote for Councillors Niland and McCarthy for A riding, who have ...

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  9. East Maitland Council Office.

    On account of the services of the officers of the East Maitland Municipal Council being required at the polling booth the office of the ...

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  10. Barrington Tops Tragedy.

    The relatives of George Neil, who was lost on the Barrington Tops on October 28 last, are offering a reward of £50 for the recovery of his body. ...

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    New South Wales : Fine inland, westerly winds at first, but southerly later, advancing from south and south-west, and ...

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  12. Appointed to Kurri Hospital

    Sister McDonald, of Prince Alfred Hospital, Melbourne, has been appointed theatre sister at the Kurri Kurri District Hospital, vice Sister ...

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  13. East Maitland Racecourse.

    A notice appearing elsewhere in this issue intimates that owners and trainers using the East Maitland racecourse must obtain training ...

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  14. Silting of the Hunter.

    During a debate on the Supply Bill in the Legisitive Assembly last night, Mr. W. F. O'Hearn complained that nothing was provided on the ...

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  15. Hinton-Morpeth Presbyterian Church

    A special children's service will be conducted by Rev. Samuel Prenter at Clarance Town on Sunday next, at 11 a.m., when the Sunday school ...

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  16. Aquatic Carnival at Rothbury.

    An aquatic carnival will be held at North Rothbury to-morrow (Saturday), at 3 p.m. The carnival, which includes 60 entries, will continue ...

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  17. December Excursions.

    A reminder is given regarding the series of excursion trains from all parts of the State to be run this month. Patrons of these trains will ...

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  18. Information Wanted.

    The West Maitland police would be glad to hear from any persons who travelled in the carriage of the Sydney to Tamworth train on ...

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  19. Hottest Day.

    To-day was the hottest this season. Early there were Indications that this would probably be so, and the temperature, gradually mounted ...

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    "Look before your leap" is a good maxim for all the newly enfranchised municipal and shire electors who have to-morrow for the first time to ...

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    After several weeks of debate and suggestion. Paramount studio executives finally decided upon. "The Street of Sin" as the most ...

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  22. Maitland Speedway.

    The Maitland Speedway will reopen to-morrow night, and there should he a great evening's sport. Included in the riders are Irvine Jones ...

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  23. Death Adders.

    Death-adders seem to be very numerous on the farm of Mr. F. J. Morrison, at Martindale, and tenanted by Mr. G. Betteridge, for on ...

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  24. Municipal Elections.

    Mr. Garnet P. Wolfe, a candidate for the West Maitland Municipal election, announces that he is the celection of the Campbell's Hill ...

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  25. Free Christmas Dinner.

    Mr. W. J. McLauchlin intimates in an advertisement elsewhere, that every customer making a cash purchase between December 1 and 21, ...

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  26. Fire at Abermain.

    A four-roomed weatherboard cottage, situated off Bathurst-street, Abermain, owned and occupied by Mr. J. Bailey, was destroyed by fire ...

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  27. Late Mrs. Louisa White's Estate.

    The estate of the late Mrs. Louisa Maude White, widow, of Belltrees, Scone, who died on October 15 last, aged 62 years, has for probate ...

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    Sir,—As there appears to be a misunderstanding regarding the relations between the above band and the local municipal council. I wish to state the ...

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  29. Richmond-Main Road.

    The Kurri Kurri Ambulance men have reported to the president of Kurri Hospital that the road to Richmond-Main is in a very bad ...

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  30. Scrub Fire at Weston.

    A fire broke out at noon on Thursday in grass and undergrowth in the vicinity of the general cemetery, but the Weston Fire Brigade was ...

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  31. GOLF CLUB.

    There was a good attendance at the annual general meeting of Maitland Golf Club, held last night in Galton's Chambers, and the interest shown in ...

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  32. Post Office Clock.

    For a few days this week the Post Office clock at West Maitland was out of commission, due to the pendulum, which weighs about one ...

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    A dance will be held in the Rothbury Hall on to-morrow(Saturday), in aid of the farmers' popular candidate, Miss Lucy Hatcher. ...

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    Sir,—A cardinal point that every elector should remember at the municipal elections to-morrow is to vote only for property-owner candidates. ...

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  35. Return from Abroad.

    Messrs. H. O. Price and P. Green, who left on a trip abroad nearly eight months ago, returned to Australia by the new Orient liner Orford. ...

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    a dance will be held in the Bishop's Bridge Hall on Saturday, December 8. Old, new and novelty dances' will be held. The music will be supplied by ...

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    A concert in aid of the Largs Presbyterian Church will be given by Maitland artists in the Large School of Arts on Monday next, December 3. ...

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    The young folk of St. Mary's Girls' Club and Young Men's Society, held a very successful garden fete in the Rectory grounds yesterday. The ...

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  39. Control of Dairies.

    At a recent meeting of the Aberglasslyn and District branch of the Country Milk Suppliers' Association, the question of the control of dairies ...

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    A grand cinderella dance will be held in the Oddfellows' Hall, East Maitland, to-morrow (Saturday) night, Novelty dances will be held. ...

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  41. Death of Miss Macartney.

    The sad news was received from Sydney to-day of the death last night of Miss Laura Macartney, a former resident of Maitland. She was ...

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    Mr. R. Osborn will conduct a property sale of two cottages and clearing out sale of household furniture and effects at George-street, East ...

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    Although the dispute between the dippers and management at Aberdare Colliery was overcome yesterday, further trouble browed with the ...

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  44. Sunday School Instruction.

    At the Methodist Memorial Hall last night, Rev. R. C. Barlow, M.A., assistant director of the Methodist Young People's Department, gave a ...

    Article : 109 words
  45. Hospital Women's Auxiliary.

    The adjourned final fortnightly committee meeting of Hospital Women's Auxiliary for this year was held at Maitland Hospital on ...

    Article : 256 words
  46. Advertising

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    Advertising : 140 words
  47. Telephone Bureau Robberies.

    Several raids have been made on the telephone bureaus in Maitland. Between Saturday and Monday last, the telephone boxes at the Town ...

    Article : 126 words
  48. MOTOR CAR.

    A new Wolsley motor car arrived in Cessnock yesterday, and was attached in the local police station. In the past the police found themselves ...

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    [?]earsley Shire Council has apportioned its £7000 easy terms loan from the Government as follows:—Abermain district £1200, Weston £2874, ...

    Article : 42 words



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