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  2. CHRISTY MINSTREL ENTERTAINMENT AT KOJONUP.

    It was anticipated that the Christy Minstrel entertainment held at the Agricultural Hall, Kojonup, on Wednesday would be a success ...

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  3. MORE POLICE PROTECTION REQUIRED.

    Sir,—For the past 12 months I have heard complaints about the insufficiency of police protection in Katanning though never of the two ...

    Article : 298 words
  4. TELEGRAMS.

    To-day the Colonial Secretary was waited on by a deputation urging that Katanning should become a municipality. ...

    Article : 175 words
  5. KATANNING MECHANICS' INSTITUTE.

    Sir,—Kindly grant me sufficient space in your valuable paper to reply to Mr Cobham's remarks at the last meeting of members [?]re the ...

    Article : 205 words
  6. KOJONUP ROADS BOARD.

    At the last meeting of the above Board there were present:—Messrs J. McHenry Claris: (chairman), W. T. Jones, E. C. Treasure, J. J. ...

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  7. TELEGRAMS.

    Miss Ethel Hantke, of Adelaide, says a late cable message, has been awarded the Anne Lloyd Exhibition at the Royal Academy of ...

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  8. GOLD AT WAGIN.

    The Minister for Mines has received reports of further discoveries of gold in the Wagin district, some of which are said to be promising. ...

    Article : 58 words
  9. THE FLEMINGTON TRAGEDY.

    The Rev. H. Worrall, who has been summoned to the Bar of the legislative Assembly for his recent utterances in connection ...

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  10. FANCY DRESS BALL.

    A correspondent writes:—A most successful fancy and evening dress ball took place in the Broomehill Agricultural Hall on Wednesday ...

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  11. THE MAIL CONTRACT.

    The "Shipping Gazette," in publishing the names of the persons connected with the new Australian mail contract, says that the ...

    Article : 55 words
  12. WAGIN A MUNICIPALITY.

    In to-day's issue of the "Government Gazette" it is notified that Wagin has been declared a municipality. ...

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  13. THE MARKETS.

    Messrs Dalgety & Co., Ltd, York, report under date July 24 as under: —The market, taken all round is practically unchanged. Stock of all ...

    Article : 260 words
  14. COLD STEALING.

    A cablegram, to-day states that, Interviewed in London regarding the cabled report that Kalgoorlie mines were robbed of gold to the ...

    Article : 79 words
  15. THE PETITION FOR A MUNICIPALITY.

    Dear "Sir,"—On behalf of those citizens who were chiefly instrumental in getting up the petition in favor of a municipality, we wish to ...

    Article : 175 words
  16. AFFAIRS IN RUSSIA.

    A cablegram to-day states that bloodthirsty revolutionary acts are being continued at Warsaw. Colonel Salamotiff was stabbed to ...

    Article : 30 words
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  18. DIVORCED.

    According to a cablegram to-day, Mr John Richard Watson has been successful in his action for divorce against his wife. During the ...

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  21. SUNSHINE SUCCESSES.

    Dear Sir,—In reference to the Sunshine Harvester we bought from you four seasons ago it has given us every satisfaction, making a first-class ...

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  22. A.N.A.

    At the last meeting of the local branch of the above association a communication was received from the North Fremant e branch asking ...

    Article : 181 words
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