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  2. Advertising

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  3. LATEST LOCAL NEWS

    Thursday night's disturbance, with all its noise, only yielded a mere 13 points of rain, which was a disappointing result indeed. ...

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  4. RELIF COMMITTEE.

    A meeting of the Citizens' Relief Committee will be held at the Town Hall, to-morrow (Tuesday) at 4.30 p.m., it is hoped all ...

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  5. GREAT SHOOTING

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 397 words
  6. WIN FOR HAVILAH.

    Mr. H. White [?] E[?]ragon, by Tippler (imp.) came home in the second division of the Three-year-old Handicap at Canterbury on ...

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  7. ACCIDENT.

    Miss Whittaker, daugher of Mr. B. Whittaker, Collingwood, fell from her horse on Saturday last and had the misfortune to ...

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  8. REVISION COURT.

    A Revision Court to revise the list of electors of the Cudgegong Shire will be held at the Mudgee Court House on Monday morning, ...

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  9. OLD STUDENTS' RE-UNION.

    The Mudgee High School Old Students' Union held the annual dinner and social on Saturday evening last, and a delightfully ...

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  10. NEW WICKET.

    It will be interesting to Mudgee cricketers to learn that the Wellington Association intends to put down one of the new wickets, ...

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  11. NOVEL SIGHT.

    A novel sight was witnessed in Mudgee on Friday morning last, when two young girls, garbed in neat riding costumes, were to be ...

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  12. MASONIC BALL.

    The annual Masonic ball at Lithgow last week was one of the most successful in history, visitors being present from all parts of ...

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  13. GOVERNOR INVITED.

    At the meeting of the Mudgee Agricultural Society on Friday evening last, it was resolved to invite the Governor, Sir Philip Game, ...

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  14. RATIONING.

    Turon Shire Council is seeking to ration the whole of its employees, and has instructed Mr. A. R. Bluett, secretary of the Shire's ...

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  15. A WHOPPER.

    As a donation for the relief of the poor at Coonamble, Mr. Jack Taylor, of "Youle" sent along a sheep which when dressed ready ...

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  16. COOYAL SOCIAL.

    Cooyal will be the scene of grand social on Saturday evening, September 26, when an endeavor to be made to raise funds for the ...

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  17. SERIOUS CHARGE.

    The Coonamble Quarter Sessions will be held on Monday, September 21. Among the cases listed is one from the Baradine Police ...

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  18. SPRING FLOWER SHOW.

    Attention is directed to an advertisement in t[?]s issue announcing the [?]ate of the [?]g Flower Show, to be held in St. John's ...

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  19. ACCIDENT.

    A stir was caused in Market-street this morning, when a horse attached to a sulky came a cropper, and the vehicle was rather ...

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  20. NEW FIRE ENGINE.

    As a result of the untiring efforts of the Baradine Voluntary Brigade an up-to-date fire engine has been secured for that town, and the ...

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  21. "A ROYAL ROMANCE."

    There will be a double starr programme at the Criterion Theatre next Wednesday and Thursday, September 9th and 10th. "A ...

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  22. QUALITY WETHERS.

    At the Homebush sales on Thursday the top price at the opening [?]a[?]es for heavy wethers, carrying 12 months' wool was 18[?] ...

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  23. ST. ANDREWS HOCKEY CLUB.

    A very successful euchre tournament and dance was held at St. John's Memorial Hall on Thursday night in aid of St. Andrews ...

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  24. NEW BAKERY.

    Mr. W. J. Bowcher announces elsewhere that he is opening up in Mudgee as a baker, in the premises situated next to Bryant's, ...

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  25. TALK TO TEACHERS.

    Miss Quine, of the Kindergarten Branch of the Welfare Department, will be a visitor to Mudgee on Wednesday, and will address a ...

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  26. A BRISK WEEK END.

    There was a whole lot of things doing at the week end. Sport, as usual, claimed tthe attention of very many. Coursing, rifle ...

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  27. WOLLAR SHALE.

    A Blackheath message reads:—Mr. H. Richards, who has been absent for the past 11 weeks, returned from Wollar on Monday. ...

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  28. EUCHRE PARTY.

    Another of the enjoyable euchre parties under the auspices of the Mudgee Bowling Club will be held on Monday evening next in the ...

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  29. SOCIAL.

    The Labor social in the Mudgee Mechanics' Institute on Friday evening last provided enjoyment for a goodly number of people. ...

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  30. SPORTING.

    At the Parkes races last week trainer charlie King, formerly o[?] Mudgee, won a double with his well-performed new Pride, the ...

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  31. RAINFALL FIGURES.

    August panned out badly as regards rain, only 57 points being registered local[?]y. And as the [?]s extended over six days the ...

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  32. QUESTION OF RATES.

    A petition was drafted at the meeting unemployed, at Portland to request the Government to prevent any proceedings ...

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  33. PRESBYTERIAN ELEVEN.

    It is anticipated that there will be no difficulty in raising a Presbyterian cricket team this year. A meeting at those interested will be ...

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  34. THE SHOW BALL.

    At the Show Committee meeting on Friday several speakers highly commended the conduct of last year's show ball by Mr. J. Dykes, ...

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  35. A NOVEL IDEA.

    The unemployed committee at Wallerawang having asked that single girls who were out of work should benefit from the Federal ...

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  36. LANGS AND SUPER-LANGS.

    In his championship of Labor Rule in Australia on Sunday Mr. Gosling said that what the people in Australia needed was a Jack Lang ...

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  37. UP AGAINST IT.

    The Town Clerk reported to the as[?] meeting of the Coonamble Council that the overdraft limit had almost been reached, seven ...

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  38. FOR THE HOSPITAL.

    Euchre players are invited to get into trim for the big party in the Mudgee Mechanics' Institute on Thursday, September 17. Old and ...

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  39. DIDN'T COME OFF

    The announcement that there would be a fancy dress football match at Victoria Park on Saturday in connection with the hockey ...

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    Miss Adele Hardwick, the star dancer, who has come back to Mudgee on holiday, in one of her characteristic poses. See ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  41. TUTORIAL CLASSES.

    The Tutorial Class at the High School will meet after recess on the 15th instant, and again on the 22nd. These two nights will ...

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  42. A BUSY FRIDAY.

    After a rather dull week things brightened up on Friday last, and in the afternoon and night crowds of people thronged the streets, ...

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  43. DAINTY DAFFODILS.

    The daffodils in Robertson Park are a perfect picture just now, and have excited the admiration of all beholders. They [?]ake[?] ...

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  44. FOURSOME ON TOUR

    It was a jolly little foursome that left Pacific Highway, Gordon, last week, by car. Mr and Mrs W. Barnbury had as passengers Messrs E. ...

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  45. RUMOUR CONTRADICTED.

    A rumour was afloat yesterday that Mrs. Cartwright, sister of Mr. Dunn, member for Mudgee, had died at Queanbeyan. This was, ...

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  46. OFF TO THE BIG SMOKE.

    There was quite an exodus of school teachers from Mudgee on Thursday and Friday last, the travellers being desirous of taking ...

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  47. METHODIST MEN'S BROTHERHOOD.

    Very special arrangements are being made in connection with the celebration of the third anniversary of the Methodist Men's ...

    Article : 119 words
  48. MARKETS

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 74 words
  49. WONDERFUL SWEET PLAS.

    Judging by a report from Coraki, on the Northern Rivers, Mudgee sweet pea growers are not in it when it comes to producing these ...

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  50. ANOTHER MUSICAL TREAT

    A concert, organised by Mr. C. Wilton, will be held at the Presbyterian School Hall, Mudgee, on the 15th instant. Past concerts ...

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  51. DIAMOND WEDDING.

    Mr. and Mrs. George Taylor, of the Vale of Clwydd, celebrated their diamond wedding quite recently. Sixty years ago, in the ...

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  52. THE MAN IN THE STREET.

    The cast of the presentation of the above at the Criterion on October 6th, the night of the Digger's show, in:—The Artist, Mr. C. E. ...

    Article : 166 words
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    Advertising : 38 words
  54. REDUCED INTEREST.

    We have been informed by the Bank of New South wales that in the terms and spirit of the general plan for the reconstruction of ...

    Article : 123 words
  55. TOO LATE.

    For months the Wellington branch of the Returned Soldiers' League had been fighting to obtain a pension for Digger Leo ...

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  56. IMPORTANT TO CRICKETERS.

    Cricket supporters are again reminded that the annual meeting of the Mudgee District Cricket Association will be held at the ...

    Article : 86 words
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