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  2. PRESS AND PUBLICITY

    At the commencement of the proceedings at the P.P. Board on Tuesday, the chairman, Mr. J. R. Atkinson, said he was sorry to ...

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  3. GOLDEN WEDDING

    The Bolder wedding of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Raisin, of Home Rule, was celebrated on Tuesday night last—the date of ...

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  4. FAITH HEALING

    Extraordinary scenes were witnessed at Orange on Saturday night, when Evangelist Von Eyk and his party conducted the main ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 523 words
  5. SHIELD BOWLS

    Tuesday evening's games in the Criterion Shield competition on the Mudgee bowling green were most interesting, and by their victory ...

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  6. CRICKET MEETING

    There was a large attendance of delegates and other interested parties at the Cricket Association meeting on Monday evening last. ...

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  7. STUART TOWN DOLE CONTRACT

    Mr J. F. Coates. M.L.C.. speaking in the Upper House, that that when the House adjourned before Christmas he asked a question regarding ...

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  8. DEATH

    Mrs T. H. Clarke, of Craboon. died on Monday night after a brief illness. The deceased lady was well and favorably known in this ...

    Article : 207 words
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  10. A MYSTERY

    Before retiring to bed on Monday night, Mr I. E. Farrar. of Warrangee Park. Rylstone. went round his sheds, as he could smell something ...

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  12. LISTEN IN

    Sir.—I read in your last issue where a patty named A. L. D. flew off the handle about a man mopping up gravy with a boiled ...

    Article : 139 words
  13. SORE

    A Bathurst message reads:— There is much local resentment at the manner in which the coursing authorities are being treated. ...

    Article : 111 words
  14. LADY'S PLIGHT

    Says the social reporter in the "Dubbo Dispatch": "It happened in Brisbane-street, Dubbo, on Wednesday night of last week. The ...

    Article : 151 words
  15. INQUESTS

    At the Denman Police Court, Mr R. M. Woodruff, J.P., District Coroner, held a magisterial inquiry into the death of David ...

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  16. FOR JAPAN

    For the fourteenth year in succession a consignment of Corrledale stud sheep has been despatched to Japan by Mr Thos. B. ...

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  17. MORE VANDALISM

    "The scum of the earth"— this sounds rather a harsh term, but it is one applied recently to the hooligans of Mudgee who ...

    Article : 125 words
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