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  2. Advertising

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  3. Family Notices

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  4. Near Warsaw.

    [?] as about to supply her men in the trenches with a special helmet of heavy steel of great resisting power. ...

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  5. RECRUITS.

    Amongst the recruits from Mudgee during the week are Cyrl W. Mayston, Roy Rope and Walter H. Bryant. ...

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  6. AUCTIONEER'S LICENSE.

    On Friday last the P.M., Mr. Arnott, granted an auctioneer's license to Mr. Hickey, of Mudgee. ...

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  7. 7000 SHEEP—270 CATTLE.

    Messrs. Mitchell and Malone announce an increased booking for their big stock sale on Thursday, August 5. Buyers and sellers are ...

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  8. BOOTH LICENSE.

    At the Mudgee Licensing Court on Friday P. F. Hely was granted a booth license for the Mudgee Coursing Club's Australia Day ...

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  9. TO GET TO CALAIS.

    German soldiers who were enjoying leave from the front in Flanders have been ordered to rejoin their reg[?]ments instantly. ...

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  10. Advertising

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  11. BOXING.

    Paddy Regan and Pug Evans (Sydney) will box in Roberson Park on Friday next, proceeds in aid of Australia Day. Everything ...

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  12. GERMANS LOSE 13,000.

    [?]nova reports state that the Austrian heavy artillery has been successfully used on the River Narew front. ...

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  13. CLARENCE BY-ELECTION.

    A writ has been issued for the vacancy in the Clarence electorate caused by the death of Mr. John M'Farlane, M.L.A. The date of ...

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  14. GULGONG-MUDGEE BROAD RACE

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  15. ISONZO FRONT.

    An official report from Rome states:— The battle continues along the whole of the Isonzo front. The ...

    Article : 141 words
  16. Advertising

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  17. THE LAND HUNGER.

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  18. ORCHESTRA AND COMBINED Choirs.

    Mr. Harmer wishes us to mention that orchestra meets at 7.15 sharp to-night. We may also add that this is a very fine one of 21 ...

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  19. POSITIONS HELD IN ALSACE.

    A Paris official message says:— "The night was relatively calm along the whole front. "There is only some artillery ...

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  20. AT ZEEBRUGGE.

    A Cheat message state that a number of German torpedo desti[?]yers have reached Zeebrugge by way of the Hoboken-Ruppelmonde Canal ...

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  21. Family Notices

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  22. MARKET DAY AT GRATTAI.

    The market day and sports held at Grattai, in aid of Australia Day, successfully eventuated on Saturday, when over £30 was realised with a ...

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  23. ARMED BRITISH MERCHANTMEN.

    Lord Robert Cecil, Parliamentary Under-Secretary to the Foreign Office, stated in the House of Commons, in reply to questions, that in ...

    Article : 116 words
  24. Advertising

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  25. GOOD NEWS.

    Save your money. Maurice Vale's cheap sale starts Friday next, Australia Day. These are two important events. Give what you can for ...

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  26. Good-bye.

    There was a large gathering of townsmen at the Town Hall on Friday night last, when Mr. Arnott, P.M., was publicly farewelled. The ...

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  27. Latest News

    A Russian correspondent states that the German progress has ceased, and it can now be said that the Grand Duke simply played the ...

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  28. SKATING.

    The Amusement hold their second skating carnival on Thursday, August 12, when prizes will be given for those in fancy costume. The ...

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  29. RISING IN PERSIA.

    The official Press Bureau announces:— Information was received on the 12th of the presence of hostile ...

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  30. Advertising

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  31. BOMBS IN CARGOES.

    A New York message states that the discovery of bombs in the cargoes of ships outward bound for Europe has resulted in the adoption ...

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  32. Still More Rain.

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  33. Advertising

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  34. ITALING WINNING.

    Reports from Lugano declase that the Isonzo battle almost over. The Italian are occupyin positions dominating Monfalcone, [?] ...

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  35. BRITAIN'S COLOSSAL EFFORT. 4,000,000 OF MEN.

    Within six months Britain will have four millions of men under arms or in training. ...

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  36. Rylstone-Bylong Telephone.

    Mr. W. M. Fleming, M.P., has received the following letter from the Deputy P.M.G.:— "Sir,—I have to intimate that it ...

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  37. STRIKES IN HUNGARY.

    Information has been received in Rome to the effect that serious strikes have occurred in [?] The industrial [?] ...

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  38. MACHINE GUNS FROM CANADA.

    Extraordinary enthusiasm was displayed at a great meeting at Toronto, when the announcement was made that the Government had ...

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  39. AN AUSTRALIAN HERO.

    Lance-Corporal Albert Jacka, a native of Geelong, member of the 14th Australian Battalion, has been awarded the Victoria Cross for ...

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  40. HILL END GOLD.

    During the fortnight ended July 17 the Hamkins' Hill Reward Gold Mining Company crushed 160 tons for a return of 129½ oz. of gold. as ...

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  41. "GIVE US BREAD."

    An Amsterdam message states that the manufacturing plants of Cologue cannot be readily adapted for the manufacture of munit[?]ous. ...

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  42. RUSSIANS CONFIDENT.

    The British, Japanese, and other Allied military officers lunched at Moscow with the Grand Duke Nicholas, who paid a splendid sp[?] of the Russians ...

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  43. WOOL FOR JAPAN.

    Mr. G. T. Nott's wool clip, from Cobbora, which sold to 11d per lb. at Winchcombe. Carson's auction last week, was purchased by ...

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  44. STUBBORN FIGHTING.

    There is stubborn fighting on the Italian frontier. The violent engagements occurring near Gorizia are comparable to the most ...

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  45. Mick King a Good Winner.

    Mick King well out-pointed Fighting Billy Murray, the American middleweight, at the Stadium on Saturday night, and richly merited ...

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  46. HARD WORK ON EUPHRATES.

    The Official Press Bureau announces that in the middle of April a Turkish force, after threatening Basro on the Persian Gulf, from the ...

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  47. LUBLIN-CHOLM RAILWAY.

    Berlin messages state that the Germans are hammering at the line of fortresses on the River Narew, north and north-west of Warsaw. ...

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  48. MULLAMUDDY'S HELP.

    The combined sale of gifts at Mullamuddy, in aid of the Mother's £30,000 Fund, on behalf of wounded Australians, is to be held on ...

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  49. BRESLAU TORPEDOED.

    The cruiser Breslau has been torpedoed. ...

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  50. MISCELLANEOUS.

    Up to the present 4 vessels have been sunk in the Sea of Marmora and the Black Sea. General Smuts, speaking at a ...

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  51. THE EYES.

    Messrs. Barraclough, Ltd., the vice-regal opticians, who have won such a high reputation in the Commonwealth generally, and in Mudgee ...

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  52. Terrible Disaster.

    A steamer crowded with picnickers capsized in the river at Chicago, and 1000 persons are believed to have been drowned. Three hundred ...

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  53. WEST.

    The Aries have gained fresh success in the Vosges, capturing defensive works. The enemy attempted to recapture ...

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  54. TO MAKE SHELLS.

    In the Federal Senate the Minister for Defence, Senator Pearce, stated that the Imperial Munitions Minister had accepted the Commonwealth ...

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  55. VERY ILL.

    Mr. James Foley, a young man of 23 years of age, son of Mr. Thomas Foley, of Wyaldra Creek, Gulgong, and brother of Mr. Jas. Foley, ...

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  56. IN POLAND.

    Ob[?]tinate fighting continues between the Vistula and the Bug. Berlin claims that they defeated the Russians near [?] and forced the ...

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  57. FINE VEHICLES.

    That big Mudgee coach building business, known as "Deane's," has been doing some particularly fine work of late, and the value they ...

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  58. BARBAROUS GERMANS.

    A correspondent of the "Journal" reports that at numerous Polish villages the Germans compelled farmers to watch their little ...

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  59. BRILLIANT RUSSIANS.

    It was a critical moment in Russia during the retreat from Tchzkanoff, when the enemy had pierced the Russian front. Four squadrons ...

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  60. GRAND DUKE'S POSITION.

    Military [?]ties point out that the Grand Duke Nicholas occupies a position similar to that which Napolc[?] used on divers occasions with ...

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  61. GORZ FALLEN.

    It is reported that Italy has captured Gorz. ...

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  62. A CHILD SCALDED.

    On Saturday night the infant son of Mr. A. Hendy, of Market-street, was severely scalded about the chest, shoulders and legs, through pulling ...

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  63. Australia Day.

    A day, which will be long remembered whilst Mudgee School is Mudgee School was celebrated on Friday afternoon last in the school ...

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  64. MISCELLANEOUS.

    The 56th casualty list shows all States: Killed in action, 10; died of wounds or Illness, 29; ill, 64; wounded 254. ...

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  65. VILLAGES AND CROPS BURNED.

    The Germans complain that the Russians are employing the methods used against Napoleon in 1912, i.e., destroying all the evacuated villages ...

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  66. COPPER FROM CHURCH ROOFS.

    Owing to the scarcity of copper the Austrian Government has ordered the church roofs to be stripped. ...

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  67. DEATH AT HILL END.

    On Tuesday night the death occurred of Rita James, only daughter of Mr and Mrs E. James, Hill End. Deceased, who, owing to her delicate ...

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  68. WAR'S HARVEST.

    The "Matin" issues the striking statement that the total number killed in the war throughout Europe is five million, and the number of ...

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  69. CONVENT SCHOOLS.

    The children's late held in the Convent School grounds on Saturday last, in aid of the Australian wounded soldiers, realised £35. This ...

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  70. TERRIBLE TURKISH ATROCITIES.

    The Turkish atrocities against the Armenians baffle description. The whole of the male population in the [?] region were massacred. The ...

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  71. GAS IN GALLIPOLI.

    The latest casualty list showed that the Australians in Gallopoli have suffered from the effects of gas. Senator Pearce said that he was ...

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  72. NEW CATHOLIC CHURCHES.

    The solemn messing and opening of the new Catholic Church at Bylong will take place on Sunday, August 29. The Rev. Father ...

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  73. Advertising

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  74. REPORTED DEFEAT.

    The "Tribune" states that the Russians north of Volitza compelled the Austrians to retreat on a front of about five miles. The paper also ...

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  75. AUSTRALIA DAY AT EURUNDEREE.

    Australia Day at Eurunderee is to be held at the public school at that place on Wednesday, 28th instant, and the committee is leaving no ...

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  76. CLOSER TO WARSAW.

    A Berlin official message says that the Germans have closed in Warsaw on the west and south-west and are threatening Ivangorod. The ...

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  77. TURKS DESPERATE.

    [?]ites from Constantinople indicate that the Turks are preparing a general attack on Gallipoli. The Turks realise that they have lost ...

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  78. NECK AND NECK STRUGGLE.

    Keen r[?] exists amongst the various sections of the Mudgee Australian Day district as to which will head the list. Lawson's Creek ...

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  79. CHECK ON THE MEUSE.

    A French official communique, refuting German boasts, states that calm has not yet returned in the theatre of the last great battle in ...

    Article : 99 words
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