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    Many Maitlanders, in the course of their holiday travels, have no doubt been impressed by the great deal that in being done in progressive municipalities in the matter of street tree planting and public gardens. We should like to be able to assert that we have good claim to be ...

    Article : 433 words
  3. Pea Rifle Accident.

    A seven-years-old boy was injured in a pea-rifle accident at the residence of Mrs. Muddle, Stroud-road. A young man named John ...

    Article : 74 words
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  7. Car Spaces for Show.

    The reserved car spaces for Maitland 1924 Show are rapidly being taken up, 35 of the total of 60 available having been already ...

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  8. Maitland Greatest.

    Greater Maitland has been a prominent question for some time, but the town is already much greater than its most ardent advocates could ...

    Article : 69 words
  9. Property Sales.

    Mr. J. P. Idstein reports the following sales of real estate by private contract during the week: An allotment of land, Victoria-street, East ...

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  10. Horseshoe Bend School.

    The annual meeting of the Horse-shoe Bend Parents and Citizens' Association will be held in the school on Tuesday evening next at 8 o'clock. ...

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  12. Clergymen's Summer Camp.

    A number of the clergy of the Diocese of Newcastle, attended the annual summer camp held at Nonaville. There was a strong ...

    Article : 65 words
  13. Tenambit Public School.

    The members for Maitland have received word from the Department of Education, with reference to representations urging that a partition ...

    Article : 53 words
  14. Lands Office Transfers.

    Mr. R. B. Nield, of Moree, has been appointed to East Maitland, consequent on Mr. A. R. Taylor's transfer to Ortange. Mr. Nield will commence ...

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  15. East Greta Miners.

    A meeting of the East Greta Miners' Lodge will be held in Coultan's Hall East Greta, on Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock. District officers ...

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  16. Collision in High-street.

    In avoiding a cyclist this morning while turning in High-street, near Johnston's Shoe Store, a motor cyclist named Wyatt collided with a ...

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  17. Popular Girl Competition.

    It is announced that the result of the popular girl competition in connection with the Women's Guild, Paterson, will be officially ...

    Article : 63 words
  18. Railway Appointment.

    Mr. W. Clarke has been appointed to the position of night-officer at Abermain. He is a courteous and efficient officer: Mr. Clarke has been ...

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  19. I.O.F. Presentations.

    Past Grand Bro. L. Hodge (West Maitland) presented a Past Grand's medal to P.G. Bro. T. W. Blackwell (warden) at Tuesday night's ...

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  20. Maitland Show Entries.

    Entries for the fine arts and needlework sections of the Maitlnnd Show, which is to be held from March 12 to 15, close on February 20 and other ...

    Article : 47 words
  21. Order of Sales.

    Following will be the order of fat stock sales, at Campbell's Hill, on Monday:—Sheep, etc.: 1, O. K. Young; 2, Carr Bros.; 3, J, Hogan ...

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    Services will be conducted at St. Peter's Church to-morrow (Sunday) as usual. Holly Communion will be celebrated in the morning at 11 a.m. ...

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    A water chase in a dense fog with a suspected murderer and a shoriff's posse as principals is but one of the many thrilling episodes in Dorothy ...

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  24. Death of Mr. T. Moylan.

    Information has been received of the death at Scone of Mr. John Moylan, of Gundy, but who formerly lived in West Maitland for many ...

    Article : 86 words
  25. Maitland Gaol.

    The members for Maitland in reply to representations from the East Maitland Council, urging the Government to consider the desirability of ...

    Article : 82 words
  26. A Franco-Polvnesian Lover.

    In "Never the Twain Shall Meet" Peter B. Kyne in a new novel from Hodder and Stoughton, Ltd., breaks almost entirely new ground, except ...

    Article : 149 words
  27. Horse Killed by Bees.

    Mr. George Garnham, of Bolwarra, lost a valuable draught horse yesterday afternoon from an extraordinary cause. The horse had been ...

    Article : 115 words
  28. The Long Bridge.

    Mr. W. F. O'Hearn, M.L.A., has again interviewed the Works Department in connection with the further delay in the repairing of the bridge. ...

    Article : 86 words
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  30. Show Ground Lighting.

    The lighting of the Show Ground by electricity is again the subject of conferences between the West Maitland Municipal Council and the ...

    Article : 114 words
  31. Night Baking.

    "They placed profits before human life and human health," said mr. H. J. Connell, M.L.A., when speaking at the Angel Inn, West ...

    Article : 243 words
  32. Applications for Land.

    The following applications for land have ben lodged at the Lands Office, East Maitland:—Annual lease, Edward Whyborn, 1200 acres, parish of ...

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    The "Harem Searem Girls," is the star billing for the Humoresque Follies' entertainment in the Town hall this evening. This act is from ...

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  35. The Temperature.

    The maximum shade temperature to-day was 81 degrees. ...

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    Wheaten chaff was less heavily supplied in a full yarding at the Alexandria market yesterday, and prices for prime lots rose 5/ per ton. Other ...

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  37. Sale of Business.

    Mr. J. P. Idstein reports the sale of the Niagra refreshment rooms, on the corner of High and Church streets, for Mrs. Minch. ...

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    A large attendance was attracted last evening to Skuthorp's buck jumping show, which is located near Smyth's Foundry. Features of the evening's ...

    Article : 184 words
  39. Roads Grant.

    A circular has been received, from the Local Government Department by the various councils intimating that a loan vote of £1,000,000 has been ...

    Article : 185 words
  40. Cessnock Shire Vacancy.

    The position in connection with the election of a councillor to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Councillor T. L. Johns has ...

    Article : 166 words
  41. The Late Mrs. Gibson.

    The funeral of the late Mrs. John Gibson took place yesterday afternoon, leaving her late residence in Rose-street, West Maitland, for ...

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    Mrs. Bates notifies all pupils and intending pupils of her weekly classes, that she will resume tuition on Saturday afternoon next. The ...

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  43. Junior Technical Certificate.

    The result is announced of the examination held last December for the junior technical certificate, so far as country boys are concerned. ...

    Article : 236 words
  44. Abermain Resident's Death.

    Mr. William Edmunds an old and esteemed resident of Abermain, passed away at Swansea of heart trouble caused by an accident in ...

    Article : 83 words
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    The Maitland Federal Band will play a programme on the Maitland park at 3.30 to-morrow afternoon. ...

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    Miss Harrison has arranged a Cinderella dance to be held in the School of Arts, West maitland, on Thursday evening next. Dancing will ...

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    Messrs. Redman and Lee, auctioneers, Taree, and Albert Whatson, of Jones' Island, will sell by auction on behalf of the executors of the late ...

    Article : 124 words
  51. Gold on Barrington Tons.

    Gold, apparently in payable quantity, is reported to have been found in an old working at Barrington Tops. Several have hurried to the ...

    Article : 136 words
  52. Cadet Welfare.

    Cadet welfare is always a feature of the military training scheme, and this year special attention is being devoted to the formation of a series ...

    Article : 115 words
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