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  2. Advertising

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  3. Advertising

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  4. French President.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 54 words
  5. Sergt. Percy J. Dykes.

    Mr. C. W. Dykes, of Church-street, Mudgee has been advised that his son, Sergeant Percy J. Dykes, has been awarded the ...

    Article : 38 words
  6. Appandi[?]tis.

    We regret to report thai Miss Eva Sawyers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Sawyers, of Spring Flat, Mudgee, is ill with appendicitis, ...

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  7. To-Day's Telegrams.

    The State National Caucus will to-morrow determine under whose leadership the National Party will go to the country, that of Mr. ...

    Article : 51 words
  8. Salvation Army.

    Ensign Wilson and Mrs. Wilson, formerly of Lithgow, tho succeed Adjutant Baskin and M[?] Baskin as officers in charge of [?] ...

    Article : 142 words
  9. N.S. Wales Butter Prices.

    On the recommendation of the Chief Commissioner for Prices, the Chief Commissioner to-day issued an order which reduced the ...

    Article : 43 words
  10. Mr. Horace Pauling Home.

    Mr. Horace Pauling, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. Pauling, of Market-street, Mudgee, who some time ago had one of his legs amputated, as ...

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    Mr. Hughes says there is no need for immediate hurry in appointing a successor to the late Sir Edmund Barton on the High ...

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  12. State Income Tax.

    Taxpayers are reminded that income tax returns for the year ended June 30, 1919, should be forwarded on or before February 4. ...

    Article : 68 words
  13. At Vale's.

    Vale's for a lower price. We want your custom on value. Why pay more when can get it of less at Vale's Country customers ...

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  14. Export of Rabbits.

    The Minister for Trade and Customs, Mr. Greene, announced to-day the receipt of a further cablegram from the Secretary of ...

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    The new Federal tariff is not likely to place increased burdens on consumers or on the primary producers. ...

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  16. To-day's Market.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 102 words
  17. Approaching Wedding.

    The wedding will be celebrated at St. John's Church of England on Saturday, January 31, of Mrs. Drayton (nee Miss Amy Stevens) ...

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    The Royal Commission on the sugar industry recently endeavored to secure from the general manager of the Colonial Sugar Refining ...

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    Mrs. Harriet Lockett (60), in attempting to alight from a moving train at St. Mary's, fell between the carriage and the platform, ...

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  20. Railway Dispute.

    The railwaymen's conference has accepted the Government's offer. The British Government agreed to pay the lower's [?]de of railway ...

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  21. Death at Kogarah.

    The death occurred recently at Kogarah of Doris Stevens, aged 14 months, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fredcrick stevens, formerly of ...

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  22. "A Girl of To-day."

    "A Girl of To-day, [?] to be screened at the A[?]hambra Theatre on Tuesday night, tells how a young American woman ...

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    Arthur Gelley (39) was admitted to the Sydney Hospital last night suffering from bullet wounds in the stomach. ...

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  24. Sister Columba Better.

    It will be learnt with great pleasure that Sister Columba, of the Mudgee Convent of Mercy, who has been seriously ill, and whose ...

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    The New Zealand meat producers are urging the Dominion Government to secure increased shipping so as to lift the supplies ...

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  26. Another War.

    General Tasker Bliss, Chief of the United States General Staff, startled Congress by expressing the fear that there would be at ...

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    Potatoes, in the Sussex-street market, which reached the record price of £30 per ton early this month, were available on Saturday ...

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  28. Rifle Shooting.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 230 words
  29. Lessons Returned.

    Mr. Harmer has returned from his holiday, and advertises that he has resumed practice. For classes in violin and clocution Mrs. ...

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    Great concern is being caused by the growing Japanese control of the pearl shelling industry at Thursday Island. ...

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    Out of three hundred cattle that were being travelled from drought-stricken station property near Wilcannia to feed in South Australia, ...

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    Mr. Robert Bell, newspaper owner, has offered £3000 for the foundation of s school of journalism at Canterbury College, ...

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  33. Father Flanagan in Bathurst.

    The Very, Rev. Father Flanagan, V.F., P.P., St. Mary's, Mudgee, left Mudgee this afternoon for hundred to attend the annual ...

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  34. Wedding.

    A very pretty wedding was solemnised at St. John's Church of England on Saturday last by the Rev. A. S. Rowe, the ...

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  35. Important Clearing Sale.

    O. L. M[?]ong and Co. Ltd., Dunedoo, have received instructions from F. J. Lowe, E[?]., to sell by auction at Bi[?] Station ...

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  36. Tennis Carnival.

    Australasia and the British Isles have each won one match in the Davis Cup contest. About 5000 persons witnessed ...

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  37. Small Fire.

    A small fire, that nevertheless made a big blaze, that occurred about half-past eleven on Thursday night, destroyed an ...

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    There is a large number of aspirants for the various official positions vacant in the Returned Soldiers and Sailors' Imperial League. ...

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    It is understood that the new Federal Parliament will meet on February 025. The new Senators will be unable ...

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  40. Death in Sydney.

    The death occurred in Auburn (Sydney) on Thursday last of Liza Hough, relict of the late Mr. R. Hough, of Sydney, and formerly ...

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  41. To-Day's Cables

    "The Times" Warsaw correspondent says that Denikin's forces have been completely [?]llated. Trotsky and the Red Officers, he ...

    Article : 57 words
  42. Cricket Team.

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  43. Criterion Theatre.

    L[?] Cale, a young [?], has a school love affair with Pant Harden. However, she marries a rich man, but before the marriage ...

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    The Adriatic negotiations have ended, and the draft of the agreement drawn up has been accepted by Italy. ...

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  45. Nationalist Conference.

    A conference of the Nationalist Leagues of the Wammerawa electorate will be held at Mudgee, at the Town Hall, on Wednesday ...

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  46. Those That Arc III.

    We are pleased to report that Ald. W. P. Mirchell, who has been again in very ill-health, is to-day much improved. ...

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  47. The Municipal Elections.

    The nominations in connection with the triennial municipal elections close on Thursday next, January 22. Of the retiring town ...

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    The War Office, in a statement reviewing the Empire's military post[?] declares that a new and great danger has arisen in the East of ...

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    A Finnish statistician estimates that Russia lost thirty-five million lives since he war stated in 1914. ...

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  50. Advertising

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    A Berlin correspondent staes that 42 persons were killed and 105 others were wounded in the recent fighting on the steps of the ...

    Article : 39 words

    It is reported that M. Clemenceau [?] Mr. Lloyd George (England), and Signer [?] (Haly) have discussed the Note to be ...

    Article : 62 words
  53. Order of Mercy.

    Following on the appointment of Mother M. Justinian as Mother General of the Order of Mercy in the Bathurst Diocese, the ...

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    General Bliss, of the U.S.A. army, who has predicted a possible revival of the European war, says that it is doubtful whether Poland ...

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  55. A Light Rain.

    There was early on Saturday afternoon a break in several day's spell of exceptionally hot weather. There was no thunderstorm, of ...

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    M. Paul Deschanel has been elected President of France, receiving 63½ votes out of a total of 882 which is a record majority. ...

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  57. Cycling.

    The twelve miles road race which was conducted on Saturday last on the Wilbetree course by the Mudgee Bicycle Club, starting and ...

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    A message form San Francisco says that according to information from reliable sources the Federal Government belleves it has been ...

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  59. Mrs. Wells, San., Beller.

    Mrs. Wells, sen., of Mudgee she was for many weeks last [?]ear seriously ill, is now, as her nay friends will be pleased to-morrow, ...

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  60. Mudgee Pony Club.

    The meeting of the Mudgee Penn Club called for Thursday night lapsed in the absence of a quorum. ...

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  61. Wellington Races.

    The Wellington Jockey Club will hold a two days meeting on Friday and Saturday, February 6 and 7. The programme consists of five ...

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  62. Alderman Marsh on Holidays

    Alderman Allan Marsh, [?] Mrs. Marsh, and family are holidaying on the South Coast. Mr. [?], who is seeking re-election [?] the ...

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    The "Dally Mall's" Dublin correspondent says that the main strength of the Sinn Fein army, comprising 160,000. Hes in the south ...

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    The Chicago "Examiner" and allied newspapers announce that they will start a ault for the recovery of £200,000 damages agains the ...

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  65. Miners Arms Hotel Changes Hands.

    The Miners' Arms Hotel Church and Mortimer streets. Mudgee, has changed hands. The new licenses is Mr. Gerald Fitzgerald, formerly ...

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  66. Bathurst Sensation.

    Two masked and armed men are reported to have held up a clerk on the Perthville railway station early this morning, and under a ...

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  67. Purchased Business at Kandos.

    Mrs. G. W. Dykes, bookseller and stationer [?] Church-street, Mudgee, has purchased the newsagent business of Mr. Reg. ...

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  68. Miss Dulcie Lovett III.

    It will be learnt with much regret that Miss Dulcie Lovett, daughter ota Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Lovett, is very ill in the Coast Hospital, ...

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  69. Hawker's License.

    At the Mudgee Police Court on [?]riday Mr. Hugh Malone, P.M., granted a hawker's (foot) license to Thomas O'Halloran, of Cooyal. ...

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  70. No Council Meeting To-night.

    It has been arranged that the meeting of the expiring and practically moribund Mudgee Town Council formally called for to-night, shall ...

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  71. Cricket.

    A cricket match was commenced on the Victoria Park oval on Saturday afternoon last between teams selected from the right-banders and ...

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  72. T. H. Marks and Co.'s Show Room

    Miss Meuldoon, a lady with the best city and country experience, has taken charge of the millinery department of Messrs. T. H. Marks ...

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  73. A Successful Student

    Mr. Cecil Leslie, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Leslie, of Denison-street, Mudgee, has passed the preliminary examination of the ...

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  74. Important Stock Sale.

    Messrs. Mircheli and Dunn will hold an important stock sale at the Mudgee Corporation Yards on Thursday, January 29, when they ...

    Article : 50 words
  75. Sergeant Bisley Going to Hill End.

    Sergeant Bisley, who for some time has been stationed at Conbobolia, has been transferred to Hill End. Sergeant Bisley was for some ...

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  76. Operated on in Sydney.

    Last week Mr. Clarrie Barker, of Eurunderce, received an urgent wire form his wife, who has been spending a holiday at Woy Woy, ...

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  77. Mudgee A.L.P.

    The special meeting of the above league was held on Thursday night, January 15. The pre-ident. Mr. T. T. Barrett, occupied the ...

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  78. Visit of Chinese Herbalist

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  79. Mr. Nilen Back.

    Mr. D. Nilon, assistant C.P.S. at Mudgee, who had been on a month's holiday, returned to Mudgee and resumed duty this ...

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  80. Thrown From a Pony

    On Saturday morning last Miss May Searle, daughter on Mr. and Mrs. H. Searle, of Mudgee, was riding a pony up Market-street, ...

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  81. Successful Stock Sale at Dunedoo.

    Messrs. O. L. Milling and Co., Ltd., held a successful stock sale at their yards, Dunedoo, on Saturday last, when 2800 sheep and 120 ...

    Article : 137 words
  82. Work on the Show Crowd.

    Work on the Show Cro[?]d was suspended on Saturday afternoon, the [?] ma[?]cring with the [?] of the volunteer [?] ...

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  83. Driver C. S. Matoney Returning.

    Mrs. M. Mateny has received a Cable anno[?] the return of the son, D[?] C. S. Maloacy, who is expected to arrive a Melbourne on ...

    Article : 44 words
  84. Death in Sydney.

    Mr. C. A. L[?]berg, of Mudgee, last night received the very sad intelligence that his daughter, [?] May, wife of Mr. Hatold Press[?], ...

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  85. Cricket.

    A very exciting cricket match was played at Cullenbone last week end between Mudgee Independents and Cullenbone, which resulted in ...

    Article : 74 words
  86. Married in Sydney.

    Mr. Harry Saelson, of Gulgong, and Miss Belle Thurston, of [?] and [?] of Mudgee [?] in St. James' Church, ...

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