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    Miss Bonnie Bromley, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Bromley, of Broken Hill, was married at Scots Church, North Terrace on December 19 to Mr. James N. Harvy, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Harvy, of Metford Station, ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  3. Jottings Of General Interest.

    A baby daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. J. Smith, of Chappie Lime, at the Hospital on Thursday morning. January 23. Conferences on her name are still ...

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  4. News Of The Men On Service

    A letter received from Pic. F. McLean, written on January 6, tells how much he is enjoying camp life in Palestine, where the country reminds him very ...

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    Miss Nina Payne was married to Mr. Benjamin Green at the St. Peter's Church of England at 4.30 o'clock on Saturday afternoon. Here is the couple leaving the church after the ceremony ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. Bobby Burns Night At Palais

    Something of the dour and intrepid spirit of the Scotch was borrowed by the dancing public on Saturday night, for in spite of the wind and rain, there was ...

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  7. The Synophtophore

    How many of you. I wonder, have heard of the Instrument whose fearsome sounding name heads this paragraph? Not many, perhaps, and yet you ...

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  8. Wedding Bells

    On Saturday afternoon at 4.30 o'clock the marriage of Miss Nina Payne and Mr. Benjamin Green was solemnised at St. Peter's Church of England. Lane ...

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    A delicious mould may be made from steamed or boiled chicken or rabbit. Reserve the liquor and remove the fat when cold. The liquor from the steaming ...

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    Whilst in the cities recently. Mr. S. Venables, M. C. at the A.L.P. dances in the Town Hall, visited the lending dancing academies and has brought back ...

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    PEGGY BROOKS—Is a star artist in the light entertainment features "Merry-Go-Round" and "Strike Up The Band" emanating from ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    Mr. and Mrs. A. Tregloan (formerly Miss Jean Elliott) who was married on January 11 at Newcastle. They reside in Chappie Street ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    The engagement was announced last Saturday of Norah, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. Itsley, of 107 Burke Street to Jack, only son of Mrs. H. ...

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    During the warmet weather, before unwrapping butter, hold it under the tap for several minutes. The paper will then come off more easily. ...

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