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  5. Killed by Souvenir.

    At Leichhardt on Friday afternoon, William Lang a returned soldier was killed by the explosion of the detonator on the nose cap of ...

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  6. St. Patrick's Celebrations.

    The Mudgee celebration of St. Patrick's Day took the customary form of all Irish national concert. And the concert, w[?] was given in ...

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  7. Woman's Sudden Death.

    The death occurred suddenly in Bathurst of Mrs. Patterson wife of Mr. A. A. Patterson, shire en[?] of Grenfell. She ...

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  8. Child Choked With Nail.

    The Coroner yesterday returned a verdict of accidental death in the case of [?] Welight Shah, aged 19 months. The child, with its ...

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  9. Criterion Theatre.

    Paramount presents Fred St[?] in "Under the Top," a story by John Emerson and Anita Loos. In the early part of "Under the Top" the ...

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  10. Strikes Over One Man.

    The dismissal of one man has in two instances caused serious dislocation of industry in Mudgee line townships. ...

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  11. A Free Ireland.

    A Washington message states that in order to complete the Peace Treaty, the Senate has tabled a proposal, by 54 votes to 21, ...

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  12. Writ for £5000.

    A will was issued on Friday on behalf of the Premier, Mr. W. A. Holman, by Mr. G. Forsyth, solicitor, claiming £5000 damages for ...

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  13. Match Rifles.

    Owing to the inability to import long bar[?]els for fines for prize shooting, permission was a few months, ago given to the Small ...

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  14. Operation Delayed.

    The local gas is of such poor quality, and naphthaline is so prevalent in the pipes, that serious inconvenience is being caused ...

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  15. OLD ENGLISH BEEF AND BEER.

    Mr. J. Payne, as a former M.P. for the "dry" electorate of Grey Lynn, New Zealand, ought to know something about prohibition and ...

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  17. Mudgee Licensing Court.

    The Mudgee Licensing Court— Messrs Hugh Malone, P.M. (Chairman) R. J. Cohen (Deputy Chairman), and J. Saunders, J.P.—sat ...

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  18. Lue.

    Since my last report we were visited by a very severe thunderstorm, out it which two and a half inches of rain were registered ...

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  19. EVENTS TO COME.

    The Denman Race Club will hold a grass-fed meeting on Saturday, March 27. The programme consists of five events, and the sum ...

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  20. Alleged Forged Order.

    Herbert John Morrison (a returned soldier), who is under committal for trial on a charge of the theft of £150 in notes from the ...

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  21. Those Wool Prices.

    Mr. Ryan, in the House of Representatives, asked Mr. Hughes whether he had read a statement, which was to the effect that Australia had ...

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  22. Mendooran Races.

    The Mendooran Amateur Turf Club will hold its annual meeting on Friday and Saturday, April 23 and 24. Five events will be run ...

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  23. Sports at Uarbry.

    The Uarbry Repatriation Sports Club will hold a day's sports on Saturday, April 8, the net proceeds to be devoted to the ...

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  24. "Unreasonable Profits"

    Major-General Sir J. W. M'Kay, chairman of the Fair Profits Committee said yesterday that the profits made by Richard Allen and ...

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  25. Mudgee Warden's Court.

    Mr. Mining Warden Hugh Malone, P.M., sat as a Mining Warden's Court at Mudgee on Friday. AUTHORITIES TO ENTER. ...

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  26. Captain Stabbed.

    Captain [?] West, master of the American schooner John A. Campbell, died at Sydney Hospital from wounds which had been ...

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  27. War Gratuities

    The war gratuity is to be paid in bonds bearing interest at 5½ per cent. Provision is made for cash payment in certain cases. ...

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  28. Monarchist Collapse.

    A message to New York from Berlin states that the Monarchist revolt has absolutely collapsed. There are rumors of the suicide of ...

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  29. Prince Salls.

    The battle cruiser Renown, carrying the Prince of Wales and his staff [?] p.m. to-day for Australia. ...

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