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  2. Advertising

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  4. Hunter Testimonial.

    A meeting of subscribers to the Geo. W. Hunter farewell presentation was held in St. Peter's Hall last evening. Subscriptions to date have ...

    Article : 37 words
  5. Answer to Correspondent.

    "A Witness":—Not suitable for our columns. The police should be informed, directly by those who have such complaints to make. ...

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  6. Bowthorne Butter Factory Ltd.

    The Bowtherne Co-operative Butter Factory, Ltd., will hold its thirty-fourth half-yearly meeting of shareholders at Morpeth, on Friday, ...

    Article : 57 words
  7. Advertising

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  8. Illness of Mr. Jack Hartigan.

    Mr. Jack Hartigan, a well-known horse trainer, was this morning conveyed to the Maitland Hospital by the Maitland Ambulance. He is ...

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  9. Illness of Mrs. Chas. Cummins.

    The many friends of Mrs. Charles Cummins, of Largs, will learn with regret that her condition is causing her relatives grave concern. She ...

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  10. Boys Detained by Police.

    Three boys, who live at Hamilton and Islington, and whose, ages range from 13 years to 14 years and 10 months, were detained by the West ...

    Article : 99 words
  11. Show Privileges.

    The auction sale of show privileges will take place on Wednesday next at noon, when Messrs. Swan, Murray and Hain will offer at their ...

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  13. Moree's Memorial Avenue.

    Some time ago the directors of A. C. Reid and Co., Ltd., gave £100 to the council to use in the interests of the community. At last meeting of ...

    Article : 76 words
  14. Fractured Arm.

    Master Pilgrim, the 15-year-old son of Mr. J. Pilgrim, of Pitnacree, fractured his arm as the result of a fall off his bicycle whilse riding along ...

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    The motor ambulance conveyed Mr. A. Johnston, who met with an accident at Largs on Monday last, to the Maitland Hospital this morning. ...

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  16. School Ground Extension.

    Hon. Walter Bennett, M.L.A., reports that he has been informed by the Minister for Education that he has approved of the proposed ...

    Article : 118 words
  17. The Weather.

    During the past few days muggy conditions typiral of February have been experienced. Storms have gathered and yesterday afternoon ...

    Article : 89 words
  18. Magazines.

    W. T. Poulton has received and forwarded us copies of some of the latest magazines. Amongst them are the first January numbers of "The ...

    Article : 67 words

    Bronte beach was the scene of a serious shark attack last evening, when Nita Derrett, a saleswoman, 30 years of age, a resident of Huristone ...

    Article : 253 words
  20. Accident to Mr. O'Hearn.

    Mr. Michael O'Hearn, who was knocked down by a motor char-a-bane on Monday afternoon, is still an inmate of a private hospital. His ...

    Article : 34 words
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  22. Fashions.

    The February numbers of "Weldon's Ladies' Journal" and "Woldon's Bazaar of Children's Fashions" have just been received by us from ...

    Article : 97 words
  23. Student's Success.

    Mr. P. Schofield, son of Mrs. J. Schofield, of East Maitland, who was successful in passing the recent Leaving Certificate examination, has also ...

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  24. MAN SHOT.

    The search for the incendiary who has been responsible for the series of mysterious fires in the Woodhouse lee and Kingsdale districts, Goulburn, ...

    Article : 199 words
  25. Newcastle Surf Carnival.

    The grand parade of life saving clubs at the Newcastle Surf Carnival on Saturday next will be a fine spectacle. In addition to the ...

    Article : 125 words
  26. Advertising

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  27. Clerk of Petty Sessions.

    Mr. G. Burr-Boyd, of Bega, has been appointed Clerk of Petty Sessions at West Maitland to succeed Mr. W. S. Bromhead, who has been ...

    Article : 61 words
  28. Death of Mrs. Williams.

    At an early hour this morning, the death occurred at her residence "Torquay," King-st., East Maitland, of Mrs. Ruby Williams, wife of ...

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  29. Visit of Chief of Staff.

    The officers and instructional staff of the 13th Battalion (West Maitland), were presented to Lieut-Colonel W. W. Alderman, C.G.M., ...

    Article : 75 words
  30. Miss Cracknell's Departure.

    At a meeting of ladies, held in the Mayor's room yesterday afternoon, arrangements were made for the presentation to Miss Cracknell, who is ...

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    Miss Derrett, who was attacked by a shark at Bronte last night, is still alive. In the course of a statement this ...

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  32. Support for the Ambulance.

    At the request of the East Grata members of the Colliery Mechanics' Association, Mr. H. E. Guy, superintendent of the, Maitland Ambulance, ...

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  33. Morpeth Boys' Home.

    A meeting of the Morpeth Boys Home Committee was held at the Home on 8th inst. Present: Mesdames Rushforth ...

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    The tropical depression which has been responsible for beneficial and at places heavy rain in Queensland and the Northern Territory is showing ...

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  35. Starr-Bowkett Appro[?]tions.

    The monthly meeting of the Maitland and District No. 1 Starr-Bowkett Society was held last night at the office, Warra Building, ...

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    Heavy rain has fallen in New Zealand relieving the effects of several weeks of intense heat. It was urgently needed, as all dairying districts report ...

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  37. Kurri Hospital Election.

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  38. Death from Injuries.

    Mr. J. D. Davies, of Mt. View-road, Cessnock, who was seriously injured at Moree, through being knocked down and run over by a ...

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    Splendid rains have been experienced in, the Longreach district (Q.) up to four inches being recorded. Hughenden and Charleville and Winton also ...

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    Mr. J. Enright will sell by auction 200 horses at the Maitland yards to-morrow (Friday) morning at 10.30 o'clock. ...

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  42. Death of Mr. M. White.

    Mr. Michael White, one of the oldest residents of Hilldale, died last evening. Although he was able to get about almost to the last, and he was ...

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    New South Wales,—Warm to hot and sultry, with further rain and thunder; north-east to north winds chiefly. ...

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    The prisoner, named Aspinall, who escaped from Tenterfield (N.S.W.) lookup on Friday last, was rearrested at Ballendean, near Stanthorpe. ...

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    In fruit export circles in the South a brisk controversy is being carried on over the Commonwealth relaxing the regulations as to the quality ...

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    Inferior supplies caused business to drag at the Alexandria market yesterday. However, a consignment of choice lucerne hay from Mudgee realised the ...

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  48. Town Beautification.

    In the course of his interesting address in Toowoomba last Friday, his Excellency, Sir Matthew Nathan, called pointed attention to the ...

    Article : 273 words
  49. The Late Mrs. F. J. Mitchell.

    The funeral of the late Mrs. F. J. Mitchell took place on Tuesday afternoon, leaving her late residence in High-street, West Maitland, for ...

    Article : 262 words
  50. Fighting the Mosquito in Ipswich.

    Satisfactory progress in the campaign against mosquitoes was reported by the City Inspector (Mr. M. Macfarlane) at yesterday's meeting ...

    Article : 224 words
  51. Advertising

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    The High Cost of Living Commission resumed its sitting in Melbourne. Council for certain witnessed contended that machinery merchants should ...

    Article : 98 words

    Evidence in the case against Mark Broadribb, (26), and Dorothy Lydia Hunt (24), charged with having stolen the winning ticket in the Katoomba ...

    Article : 114 words
  54. Advertising

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