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  2. GENERAL NEWS

    There was a very good attendance at the St. Benedlot's euchre tournament hold in the Bathurst Hall on Wednesday night. The winners were ...

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  3. DONATION TO HOSPITAL

    The late Mr. walter McPhillamy directed in his will that the sum of £100 be left to the Bathurst District Hospital. This advice has been ...

    Article : 41 words
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  5. EXECUTED

    Showing no signs of emotion and making no statement, James Mark Wetherston, 27, was hanged at the Adelaide Gaol this morning. After ...

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  7. CHILDREN WELCOME INSPECTOR

    According to Mr. W. G. Lee, District Inspector of Schools, at Bathurst, school children no longer feat the periodical visits by inspector ...

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  8. EARLY CRICKET

    The meeting of the Killarney Cricket Club will be held at their wicket on top end of George Street on Saturday afternoon at 2.30 p.m. Net practice to ...

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  9. RUSSIA CALLS JAPAN'S BLUFF

    Japan has found China a greater obstacle in the path of conquest than was anticipated when she commenced her dreadful campaign of murder and destruction. Towns littered with dead and streets running with blood promises much for the Japanese Fascist vanguard. It seemed ...

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  10. TWO YEARS' GAOL

    When Henry George Johnston, 18. pleaded guilty at the Glebe Police court to-day on seven charges of having stolen motor car parts, the ...

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  11. YESTERDAY'S WEATHER

    Bathurst, experienced its warmest day since the commencement of the month yesterday. Glorious sunshine made it one of those days when it ...

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  12. HOSPITAL TENNIS FIXTURE

    The announcement in Tuesday's issue that the Town Courts were not available for the District Hospital Tournament was a trifle premature. ...

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  13. HOSPITAL IMPROVEMENTS

    The Hospitals Commission has agreed to subsidise pound for pound an amount of £140 raised by the women's auxiliary of the Bathurst District ...

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  14. MEDICAL PRACTITIONERS' BILL

    Power to the Minister to appoint seven members of a Board constituted under the Medical Practitioners' Bill savored of a dictatorship ...

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  15. DISTRICT HOSPITAL REPORT

    The report of the matron, submitted to the last meeting of the Bathurst District Hospital, stated that the daily average of patients ...

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  16. MR. THORBY AGAIN

    Replying to Mr. Curtin's criticism of his failure to call a conference in an endeavor to settle the strike at the Commonwealth Aircraft ...

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  17. BOXING REVIVED IN BATHURST

    Mr. Tommy Lenthall, well-known proprietor of the First Nugget Hotel, and himself a former well known boxer, told the "Advocate" last night ...

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  18. PERSONAL

    Advice has been received from the Hospitals Commission that Mr. R. G. L. Baillie, sollcitor, of Bathurst, has been appointed a director of the ...

    Article : 41 words
  19. EPISODE 2—"THE MYSTERIOUS PILOT"

    The second opisode of the thrilling serial. "The Mysterious Pilot," with Captain Frank Hawks playing the land with Jean Sabestian, Guy Bates ...

    Article : 82 words
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  21. "STELLA DALLAS"

    Samuel Goldwyn brings to the screen the magnificent, heart touching screen dramatisation of the famous novel by Ollver-Higgins ...

    Article : 94 words
  22. "SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS"

    Patrons are advised that today, Friday, at the City Theatre, will be their last opportunity of seeing the most outstanding achievement in the ...

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  23. BATHURST TO HAVE ITS CHIROPRACTOR

    Mr. Williard Coates has taken over and renovated the private residence at 204 Russell Street, next to St[?] Private Hospital. Mr. Coates is a ...

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  25. RAILWAY EXCURSIONS FOR SPRING SCHOOL VACATION

    The Secretary for Railways announces in connection with the spring school vacation which will commence on Friday, August 20, that special ...

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  26. COMING SHOWS

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  27. NO TOURISTS—NO MONEY

    July and August are generally acknowledged as bad months for business in Bathurst. Commenting on this yesterday, the director of the ...

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