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  3. Farmers and Strikers.

    Mr. G. H. Pritchard, secretary of the Australian Sugar Producers' Association stated in the course of an interview regarding the Northern strike ...

    Article : 445 words
  4. Personal.

    Captain A. C. (Clyde) Moyes, formerly of Grafton, has been awarded the Military Cross. Rev. E. H. Burgmann, rector of ...

    Article : 610 words
  5. Juvenile Ball at Coraki.

    The Convent annual ball at Coraki was followed on Thursday night by a juvenile ball, when the Bridge-street Hall was practically packed to the doors. ...

    Article : 565 words
  6. The Strike Position.

    Mr. C. J. McRae, President of the P.P.U., who has returned home after a visit to Sydney, has no two opinions about how the strike is going to end. ...

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    The Adonis crossed in yesterday from Brisbane. The Poonbar is to load sugar for Sydney this week. ...

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    Parade and Sports.—The annual stallion parade and programme of sporting events will be brought off on the Coraki show ground to-morrow. This function ...

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    Maize 3s 11d to 4s, oats 3s to 3s 9d, onions £12, potatos £6 to £8, chaff and lucerne £4 to £6 per ton, eggs (river) 10d, new laid 12d, poultry nominally 4s ...

    Article : 283 words
  10. "The Man Who Stayed at Home."

    "A Proud Australian" is thorough-going in his satire. He spreads it through the "Sun":— "For the benefit of the men who ...

    Article : 443 words
  11. Answers Deferred.

    In the Assembly on Wednesday Mr. Weaver asked the Acting-Premier—(1) Is it a fact that on Saturday night. 25th August in Liverpool-street, ...

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  12. Brief Mention.

    Stallion parade at Coraki to-morrow. Eleven German escapes have been re-captured in England. The blood stallion Laret will be on ...

    Article : 524 words
  13. War Chest Day at Coraki.

    A public meting was held in the Council Chambers, Coraki, on Friday evening last to make arrangements for War Chest Day at Coraki. The Mayor ...

    Article : 442 words
  14. Tuckurimba Progress Association.

    The usual monthly meeting of the above was held in the hall on Tuesday night last, there being present—Messrs. H. Maxwell (President), J. Kennedy, F. ...

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