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  2. District News

    The annual function in connection with Capertee branch of the G.U.O.O.F. was held on Saturday night last at the residence of Mr. ...

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  3. MERRYGOEN

    Tennis is booming just at present, mostly on private courts though. ...

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  4. GAMBLE CREEK

    The above will hold a meeting shortly. The five-wire president has been absent from the district for some time, but is now back again. ...

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  5. CASSIUS

    Mr. G. Howse, who has been in the Mudgee Hospital for some weeks, has been admitted to Randwick Hospital for further ...

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  6. BINNAWAY

    The above met on Saturday last, and, as usual, a large attendance was in evidence. ...

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  7. MENDOORAN

    We are sorry to learn of the Illness of Mr. A. Morrison, who has been confined to his bed for the past week. His many friends will ...

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  8. YAMBLE

    Shearing operations are nearing completion in the district, Messrs. Lowe Bros. being about the lant to shear. They expect to finish ...

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  9. ON A VISIT

    Mr. Lauder, of the C.W. Department, paid a visit to the district on Monday, October 19. It is several years since he was here last. ...

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  10. PERSONAL

    We are pleased t report that there is quite a possibility of Mrs. Sheehan being able to leave the hospital next week. ...

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  11. THE SEASON

    Seventeen points of rain fell during the week. hay cutting is about to start. Late wheat crops, unless rain falls during the week, ...

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  12. NO SERVICES IN NOVEMBER.

    An the Rev. Mr. Galloway will be on annual during November the fortnightly services held in the Masonic Hall will not take ...

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  13. CRICKET

    Local cricketers are slow this year about making a start. Our neighbours in Mendooran have played their first match. The good ...

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  14. CHURCH OF ENGLAND BALL

    The annual ball was held on Tuesday last, with a juvenile ball on the following night. A good attendance was reported and a ...

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  15. HEALTH TRIP

    Mrs T. McKeown left for Sydney last Friday on a visit, where she hopes to regain better health. She has not been at all well for some ...

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  16. BACK TO THE HORSE

    Mr. G. Seitleet has this year parked the tractor, and has [?] 20 horses working in the fields. Mr. Sclffeet some time ago ...

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  17. BALL

    The members of the Mendooran branch of the C.W.A. decided to hold their annual blue and gold ball on Friday, October 30l Inder's ...

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  18. HOME AGAIN.

    Mr. and Mrs. R. Stafford, of Llangollan Station returned home last week from a visit to the city. They travelled up vin Newcastle ...

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  19. THE RIFLE

    On Saturday next, on the Running Stream range, the third of a series of matches will be contested, the teams being Kandos, Portland, ...

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  20. WOOLSHED BURNED

    Mr. Parks, of Nell Rex, had the misfortune to have his woolshed destroyed by fire last week, the plant being valued at over £200. ...

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  21. DESPICABLE TRICK

    During last week some mean snack broke into the local school and, after collecting a few trivial articles finished the job by ...

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  22. THE CROPS

    Recent showers have improved the prospects of our wheat. The early crops are heading better than might be expected, but the late ...

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  23. JUNIOR RED CROSS

    The Mendooran branch of the J.R.C. are holding a picnic on Saturday, 23rd instant to raise funds for sending two pupils to ...

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  24. SHIRE ELECTIONS

    Mr. F. Brophy has announced his intention of nominating for the forthcoming triennial elections for C riding, as also has Mr. H. A. ...

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  25. GONE TO SYDNEY FOR OPERATION.

    Mrs. J. Elake has to Sydney to undergo an operation. Her many friends sincerely hope that she will come through her ordeal ...

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  26. COMMISSIONER'S VISIT

    On MOnday last deputationists met the Commissioner and party at the local railway station. The local Progress Association put ...

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  27. HIGH HONOR

    Mr. L. Wall, a student of St. Stanislaus College, and son of Mr. J. Wall, mine best of the Royal Hotel. Capertee, had the honor to ...

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  28. GOLF

    In a match on the local links a Mendooran team of five was defeated 3—2 by Blairgowrie. As the local club is in its first year, ...

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  29. STILL WINTER.

    Winter and summer are having a keen tussic for supremany. One day summer prevails and hot sultry conditions result, the next ...

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  30. DRY

    Dust has been rather prevalent throughout the week. About 10 points of rain were registered on Friday last, which cooled the air ...

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  31. THE C.W.A.

    The usual meeting of the C.W.A. was held on Saturday afternoon last, when some [?] of the efficacy of the collection of threepence ...

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  32. CONCERT

    The annual concert of the pupils of St. Joseph's Convent, Dunedoo, which was repeated at Mendooran on Friday night last, was a marked ...

    Article : 86 words
  33. A CREEPY ADVENTURE.

    Mr. Rivas, who drives the mail to Jimmy's Creek, had a creepy experience a few days ago. Staying at a graziera after delivering ...

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  34. CRICKET

    The first match of the season wan played here on Saturday last, between the local schoolboys and a team of inds from Gullen Bul[?] ...

    Article : 148 words
  35. JUNIOR CRICKET TEAM

    On Monday night last Mr. H. Moore convened a meeting to form the above, and although there was a good attendance of the young ...

    Article : 150 words
  36. LIGHT RAIN

    The long dry spell, which has been causing wheat growers grave concern, was broken last week-end. Light falls in and around the ...

    Article : 58 words
  37. BALL IN AID OF RETURNED SOLDIER.

    The ball to be held in the G.U.O.O.F. Hall, on Friday evening next, under the auspices of the C.W.A. and Junior Red Cross, ...

    Article : 70 words
  38. SPORT

    The local hockey girls at a meeting here decided to change the hockey club for the vigoro hat and ball. A start is to be made next ...

    Article : 61 words
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  40. TUCK SHOP

    The members of the "Wattle" circle of the J.R.C. attached to the Capertee public School organised and conduced a tuck shop on ...

    Article : 95 words
  41. VISIT Of BISHOP BATTY.

    Bishop Batty, of Newcastle, is visiting Cassilis early in November for the purpose of conducting confirmation services at St. ...

    Article : 75 words
  42. Advertising

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