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  2. wool Broker's Association

    There is some move on among the wool brokers of Sydney, but it is a bit hard to get at the bottom of it. There is n new association ...

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  3. Mudgee & District

    The Bolara Copper Mine between Goolma and Wellington is ono of those district mineral properties which deserves great attention. A ...

    Article : 57 words
  4. Land Board Sittings.

    There will be a sitting of the Land Board at Mudgee on April 7, 8 and 9. ...

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  5. Going to Sydney.

    We hear that Mr. and Mrs. G. Piper and Miss Piper of Cassilis, intend to go to Sydney to live. Mr. Piper's pastoral properties will ...

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  6. The Rylstone Flower Show.

    Wednesday and Thursday 25th and 26th of April, have been fixed us to the dates of the Rylstone Autumn Flower Show. The ...

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  7. Mr. Frank Devoy.

    We are. glad to hear that Mr. Frank Devoy, whose very serious illness we recently reported, is now much better. ...

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  8. The Mornington Shale Mine.

    The Mornington Shale Mine near Ilford is sure to turn out a big thing. Large masses of machineay are being erected, and very ...

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  9. Wellington's Half-holiday.

    Wednesday was at first proclaimed the day for the weekly half-holiday to be observed in Wellington. Saturday has now been ...

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  10. Easter Monday Sports.

    The Gulgong Oddfellows are going to have a duy's sports on Easter Monday, of which particulars will appear in the "Guardian." ...

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  11. The Jawbone Rush.

    News from Jawbone continues to be somewhat indefinite and conflicting. The leal is evidently a narrow one, but it may turn out really ...

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  12. The Rev. Father Long.

    The many friends of the Rev. Father Long, of Gulgong, will be glad to hear that he is home again, and that his trip to Tasmanian did ...

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  13. Not Wanted.

    The "Morriwa Standard " prints the following list of new magistrates: Thomas Cronin, William Cronin, J. McNamara, J. Buchanan, ...

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  14. All Effect of the War.

    At first thought one could hardly see how the war could effect the mining industry round Mudgee, but we knwo of one case where it ...

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  15. Mudgee Show.

    The special prizes for the forthcoming show are now rolling in apace. The book schedule will shortly be out, end in the meantime ...

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  16. A Sub-divided Council.

    The Gulgong Council evidently believes in tho committee system of doing work. At a recent meeting no less than eight committees were ...

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  17. Troubles Never Come Singly.

    Mr. and Mrs. Green, of Slapdash station, will have the sympathy of their numerous friends, in the new grief that has come over them. ...

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  18. Mr. W. Thompson.

    It will be good news to scores to hear that Mr. W. Thompson, of the "Times" Bakery and Provision Store, Gulgong, is gradually ...

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  19. A Really Good Chance.

    If tins should catch the eye of a young man possessing a knowledge of station work, and wishing to get a good billet, we can lay him on to ...

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  20. A P.M. for Wellington.

    A strong agitation is being carried on in Wellington for the appointment of the resident P.M., and it is alleged that grave public ...

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  21. Word from Trooper C. C Bossley.

    Trooper Bossley sends an interesting letter tot his brother-in-law, the Rev. H. D. Sealy-Vidal, rector of Rylstone. Speaking of the ...

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  22. Japanese Plums.

    We have seen some splendid Japanese plums in the fruit shops this week. Some are from down country, but others are locally ...

    Article : 107 words
  23. Orange Races.

    The St. Patricks' Day races at Orange, under the auspices of the Hibernian A.C.P.. Society, should be a success. Mr. J. R. McDormott ...

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  24. Who's Mr Manwell?

    A meeting was held at Bodangora the other night for the very laudable purpose of forming a volunteer corps. Mr. Smith, chairman of the ...

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  25. A Former Mudgeeite.

    Amongst the obituary records in Sydney papers last week we observe that Mr. Joseph Massey, father of the wellknown city organists, died ...

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  26. Pyramul to Aaron's Pass Road

    As a further instalment of the relief work which the member for the district has been instrumental in procuring, the Secretary for ...

    Article : 61 words
  27. Railway to Cassilis.

    Mr. Scarr, of the Works Department, has furnished his report to the Minister on the proposed railway Muswellbrook to Casilis. ...

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  28. The Mayor of Gulgong

    The aldermen of Gulgong displayed their wisdom in re-electing Mr. R. Rouse to the position of Mayor. There can be no doubt that ...

    Article : 94 words
  29. "Cool Drinks and Bread"

    The Jawbone mining camp is so far without any legal facilities for getting drunk. It is alleged that the deficiency has been supplied by ...

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  30. To Say Farewell.

    A large number of people went down to Sydney by the cheap train on Tuesday morning, in order to see the bush boys embark on ...

    Article : 59 words
  31. Dead Cats—Not "Wild Cats"

    Like all other mining towns, Gulgong has given to the world one or two brilliant specimens of the wild cat, and now we find dead cas ...

    Article : 162 words
  32. The Roads Subsidy.

    We are quite convinced that the subsidy paid by the Government for the maintenance of the coach roads in the Borough of Cudgegong is ...

    Article : 73 words
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