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  3. Rifle Shooting.

    The threatening weather was responsible for a small attendance, of riflemen at the range on Saturday. There were but two Civilians, three Senior Cadets ...

    Article : 245 words
  4. The Barrier Disquiet.

    Mr. Harry Holland, the Socialist loader, was arrested yesterday on a charge of having used seditious words. The warrant or Holland's arrest was ...

    Article : 549 words
  5. General News.

    The Lithgow Valley Company's tender has been accepted for 4,000,000 bricks, for the tunnel on the Zigzag deviation works. ...

    Article : 863 words
  6. The Government and Rifle Clubs.

    Speaking at the Randwick Rifle Club's dinner on Saturday evening, Mr. W. M. Hughes, attorney-General of the Commonweatlh, said that although he had ...

    Article : 474 words
  7. Depression at Newcastle.

    The Lymington mine was thrown idle yesterday. Fourteen days ago tho minors at this pit gave notice of their intention to go on Strike. The dispute ...

    Article : 240 words
  8. RANDWICK DEFEAT PORTLAND.

    In a rille match, fired in Heavy rain yesterday Randwick No. 1 team only defeated Portland by lour points, the scores being 657 and 653. The match ...

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  9. Child's Awful Death.

    A child named Eileen Darlington, aged 5 years, was washed Into a drain pipe at Balmain last night, and drowned. ...

    Article : 130 words
  10. THE LATE THOMAS WALKOM.

    An inquest touching Mr. Walkom's death was held at his late residence on Thursday afternoon, says the "West Macquarie." ...

    Article : 410 words
  11. Local and General.

    The A. H. and P. Association Committee having decided to depart from the usual custom of catering for the banquet, luncheon, and tea rooms, are ...

    Article : 56 words
  12. "DRYDEN'S DRY LAKE."

    The title, given by Alderman Gilmour, to the latest proposal by the Aldermen as a means or squandering the ratepayers money, is very ...

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  13. Farm Productions.

    A few years ago, says the "Post," we read that Americans, who were marvellous producers of wheat, and" who shipped millions of bushels to other ...

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  14. DEATH OF MR. BERTIE LEE.

    Word was received in Bathurst yesterday of the death of Mr. Bertie Lee, of Larras Lake. Mr. Lee had been ill for some time, and his death was not ...

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  15. New Governor of New South Wales.

    Lord Chelmsford, Governor of Queensland, yesterday received a cable from the imperial authorities, informing him that he had been appointed to succeed Sir ...

    Article : 75 words
  16. CHOIR FOR SYDNEY.

    The rehearsels of the Bathurst Choral Society have been well attended, particularly by the lady members, and good progress has been made. It is, however ...

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  17. SETTLEMENT STILL AFAR OFF.

    Any settlement of the dispute still seems to be far off. Union leaders say that though, the men will obey any award of the Court as to wages, they ...

    Article : 145 words
  18. A Federal Dockyard.

    Senator Pearce, Minister for Defence, discussing the building of the new Australian destroyers, yesterday saidtthat was not essential to the construction of ...

    Article : 79 words
  19. THE CAMPBELTOWN SHOW.

    Mr. J. Soden has received a communication from the Secretary of the Campbeltown A. H. and P. Society asking him to act as single horse judge at ...

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  20. Strike at Newnes.

    At a mass meeting of unionists at Newnes, on Wednesday, a general call-out was decided on. Work is suspended. On Thursday it was reported that the ...

    Article : 171 words
  21. "SCALPING" RAILWAY TICKETS.

    On Friday George Parkinson appealed to Wits Full Court against his conviction and fine for a breach of the 46th bylaw of the Railway Commissioners in ...

    Article : 162 words
  22. General Rains.

    General rains fell throughout the greater part of the State on Saturday. Nearly the whole of the eastern and coastal districts, and parts of the ...

    Article : 188 words
  23. GREAT EXODUS.

    The yearly report of the Government Statistician of New South Wales, for 1908, states that during the December quarter of that year no less than 4600 ...

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  24. AUCTIONEER'S REPORT.

    H. Cutler and Co. have Just completed the Sale of some big lines of sheep making the flue total of 60,000 for the last three months, and 500 fat cattle. ...

    Article : 169 words
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  26. THE PERSIAN UNREST.

    The Nationalists at Resht, Persia, slate that the Shah's brother, who was kidnapped on his arrival at that place from Europe, is a willing captive. ...

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    A butcher at Candelo a few days ago slaughtered a beast which had two distinct feet and a portion of another on one hind leg. The second foot grew ...

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