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  2. ADVANCE SPRING SHOW

    August in Australia is an important time in the realm of fashion. All women look forward with expectancy and lnterest to the various Spring shows when milliners and ...

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  3. ROLL OF HONOR

    Mr. J. Jones, of Railway-street, Cook's Hill, formerly of Hamilton Park, has received advice that his son, Pto. Herbert Jones of the 20th Battalion, was killed in ...

    Article : 40 words
  4. SHIPBUILDING

    The Federal Shipbuilding Tribunal oat at Walsh Island on Monday and Tuesday. Mr. M. J. Connington presided, Mr. Bomphrey and Mr. Cutler represented the State ...

    Article : 90 words
  5. Advertising

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  6. Advertising

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  7. THE STATE AND ITS SOLDIERS

    The statement by Senator Millon (Minister for Repatriation) to the effect that Now South Wales shows very favorable results in this all important activity is distinctly encouraging. In contrast to the minor key of the Minister's last remarks to receive attention in these columns, it is in the cheerful signature of C major. ...

    Article : 461 words
  8. A HOLMESVILLE SOLDIER

    Mr. and Mrs. David Harrower, of Eari-street, Holmesville, West Wallsend, have received word that their son, Pte. R. A. (Reggie) Harrower has been reported ...

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  9. LIEUT. BRUCE KILLED

    Mrs. James Bruce, of Pelaw Main, has been advised that her husband, First Lieutenant Bruce, D.C.M., M.C., was killed in action in Franco on July 17. He went ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 96 words
  10. "Mad Scheme"

    The withdrawal of more ships from the interstate service was suggested recently to the Acting Minister for the Navy (Mr. Poynton) by a Sydney deputation. In "The ...

    Article : 130 words
  11. ABERMAIN TROUBLE

    Yesterday the executive of the Colliery Employees' Federation supplied a statement to "The Newcastle Sun" in reference to the trouble at Aberman colliery. The executive ...

    Article : 267 words
  12. MR. FRASER'S CHARM

    The municipal deputation to the Chief Railways Commissioner urged numerous reforms urgently necessary to bring the tramway and railway services up to a level of second city respectability. The deputationists, long-suffering as they had been under many disabilities, were well-informed and put their views forcefully. ...

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  13. WOUNDED THREE TIMES

    Advice has been received by Mr. and Mrs. David Nesbitt, of Lawson-street, Kurri Kurri, that their son, Pte. D. H. Nesbitt, was on July 17 wounded for the third occasion. ...

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  14. "LOPSIDED"

    This morning the miners' executive further replied to what the secretary of the Newcastle Shop Assistants' Union (Mr. Musgrave) described as the "lopsided ...

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  15. VALUE OF BREVITY

    "Peter Persnurkus," in "The Sydney Sun" to-day, remarks:— The decision of the Premier to save paper, the time of stenographers, and typists by ...

    Article : 331 words
  16. WITH CAR'S FIRST

    Mrs. G. S. Shilling, late of Frederick-street, now Bener-street, Merewether, has been advised that her husband, Private G. S. (Jack) Shilling has been wounded ...

    Article : 43 words
  17. HERE AND THERE

    Thomas Monks, a wheeler employed at Pelaw Main colliery, while proceeding from the stables to the pit mouth with his horse this morning, was kicked in the stomach by ...

    Article : 475 words
  18. OVERSEA MAILS

    A parcel and newspaper mail for Singapore, general malls for New Zealand, Samara. Yule and Woodlark Islands, and Rabaul, and a letter mall for Singapore, will close at the Newcastle ...

    Article : 77 words
  19. Advertising

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  20. Y.M.C.A. CAMPAIGN

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 243 words
  21. "VESTED INTERESTS"

    The question of "vested Interests" was frequently mentioned by various speakers at the deputation which yesterday waited on Mr. Poynton with regard to decentralisa on ...

    Article : 181 words
  22. CONCILIATION

    Seven bread carters employed at Nattrass" bakery, Cessnock, resumed work this morning, after having ceased operations on Monday. They objected to work with a ...

    Article : 133 words
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