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  2. £7 7s FOR FAT LAMBS

    West Wyalong Show Committee has allocated £7/7/- for prize money for the fat lamb competition at their annual show on 5th ...

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  3. MR. G.P.EVANS, M.L.A.

    West Wyalong Show Committee has decided to invite Mr. G. P. Evans, M.L.A. to officially open the Show to be held on Tuesday ...

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  4. Sheep Dog Trials

    According to a report submitted to the monthly meeting of the West Wyalong Show Committee, the sheep dog trials, to be the ...

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  5. FINAL WARNING

    Parents residing in West Wyalong and other parts of Bland Shire Council are asked to co-operate with the Council, and the West Wyalong ...

    Article : 163 words
  6. SHOW DANCE

    The West Wyalong Show dance, regarded for years past as one of the outstanding social events of the year, takes place in the Masonic Hall on ...

    Article : 85 words
  7. TWO MEN CHARGED

    A message from Captain's Flat states that a petition, which has been signed by three hundred residents, is being presented to the ...

    Article : 126 words
  8. CHINESE PREMIER

    A message from London on Wednesday states:—The Chinese Premier (Mr. Wang Chung Ati), who is at present in ...

    Article : 63 words
  9. W.W. GOLF CLUB

    The 9th annual tournament of the West Wyalong Golf Club will be held on Sunday next. A record entry is expected, and the Secretary is very ...

    Article : 98 words
  10. REFUSED TO STRIP

    A message from Tientsin states: —A British architect, (Mr. McLure Anderson), refused to strip in front of his wife and another Englishman. ...

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  11. GIRL KILLED

    An unidentilled girl was killed early today, when a car overturned in West Lewisham. The driver, John Facihny, aged 22 ...

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  12. 'FILTHY CREATURES'

    People who misuse the public lavatories on the West Wyalong showground, both sexes being included, were soundly criticised ...

    Article : 236 words
  13. BLAND TROPHY

    Messrs F. W. and J. R. Maslin, of "Minoru," Marsdens, have donated a handsome trophy to the West Wyalong Show Committee for ...

    Article : 92 words
  14. CHILDREN'S HEALTH

    The report on the physical and medical survey of 16,000 school children, recently completed by the principal medical officers of the ...

    Article : 63 words
  15. NO SLACKING IN BERLIN

    A message from London on Wednesday states:—There is no slacking in Berlin, where it is belieyed that if the worst came, ...

    Article : 42 words
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  18. DIGGERS FOREGATHER

    Despite the fact that rain had fallen for some days previously, and again on Tuesday of this week, which made most of the ...

    Article : 370 words
  19. Day Out at Stockinbingal

    The Stockinbingal Progress Association is holding a "day out" at Stockinbingal on Wednesday, 23rd August, in aid of funds to renovate ...

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  20. GIRL ATTACKED

    Miss Patricia Browa of Fairfield, wag walking from the railway station to her home last night, when she noticed a man walking behind her. ...

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  21. ASSOCIATE GOLF

    On Sunday, Monday and Tuesday last, the South-western District Associate Golf Association held their Championship meeting at Temora ...

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  22. PERSONAL

    Mrs. T. S. Butt and Mrs. G. W. Punton gave an afternoon party at the home of Mrs. Butt, in aid of the funds of the Parents and Citizens' ...

    Article : 112 words
  23. EXCISE DUTY ON LIQUOR

    It is rumoured that the excise duty on liquor may be increased when the Federal budget is announced next month. ...

    Article : 76 words
  24. CANTEEN OF CUTLERY

    It was announced at the last meeting of the West Wyalong Show Committee that Mr. F. Strasser had donated a handsome trophy in the form ...

    Article : 224 words
  25. SOCIAL FUNCTIONS

    Notice appears in this issue that the "Kooralbyn" combined school picnic which was to be held on 19th instant has been postponed, until a date to ...

    Article : 111 words
  26. TWO BROTHERS DEAD

    A message from Auckland states:—The dead bodies of two brothers (George Edison Bell, aged 41 years, and Harold Hume ...

    Article : 119 words
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