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  2. Advertising

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  3. LATE TELEGRAMS.

    Events are moving towards a general strike of coalminers which will occur within a fortnight. All the South Coast colliery engine drivers and ...

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  4. VISITING OPTICIAN.

    The well-known Orange Optician, Mr. D. J. Bono (late of Witt and Bono, Ltd., Sydney) visits Dubbo on Saturday, 10th April. His consulting ...

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  6. OBITUARY.

    James Baird, 62, a colored man, died in the Dubbo District Hospital on Saturday, and was burled in the Catholic portion of the cemetery on Sunday. ...

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  7. PRICKLY PEAR MENACE.

    The existence of prickly pear in the Dubbo P.P. District was referred to by Stock Inspector Gittings at yesterday's meeting of the board; and he urged that ...

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  8. WRONG IN PRINCIPLE.

    The election last year of Director (Bell of the Dubbo P.P. Board to a sent on the council of udvicc when he was not a delegate from the Board ...

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  9. LOCAL AND GENERAL

    The usual monthly meeting of the committee of the Dubbo District Hospital will be held at the Town Hall this evening. ...

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  10. TENNIS AT ORANGE.

    Mr. J. M. Bayley, of Dubbo, had a strenuous light against Les Baker for the open tennis singles at Orange for the Easter tournament. He won 3-6, ...

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  11. PERSONAL.

    The old students of St Stanislaus and St. Mary's Colleges, Bathurst, held a re-union hall on Monday night, which was a brilliant social function. Among ...

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  12. BURNING FATALITY NEAR GILGANDRA.

    A shocking burning fatality occurred about 4 o'clock on Easter Sunday morning, when Michael Hickey, 72 years of age, was incinerated in a ...

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  13. SPANISH AVIATORS ALOFT.

    A Madrid message states that three Spanish aviators, flying a French biplane, are attempting to fly to the Phillippines ...

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  14. CALCUTTA RIOTS.

    A Calcutta message states that the arrests now number 300 as a result of riots in Calcutta streets, due to a conflict between Moslems and Hindus. ...

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  15. TRAGIC EGYPTIAN FIRE.

    From Cairo it is reported that a great Are at Tantah, which raged 24 hours, resulted in 32 being killed, 4000 rendered homeless, and the destruction ...

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  16. GEURIE COMMON.

    Rabbit Inspector Gates 'recommended to the Dubbo P.P. Board yesterday, that action be taken to have the Geurie common thrown open for ...

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  17. CHILDREN AND REFRESHMENT ROOM CHARGES.

    The practice of the Railway authorities making the same charge to children as adults for sit down meals supplied in railway refreshment rooms, has ...

    Article : 121 words
  18. THE ELECTORAL BILL.

    The Electoral Bill, finally passed by the Assembly recently, abolishes Clause 152 of the old Electoral Act, and therefore makes a State Parliamentary ...

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  19. CHURCH OF ENGLAND TENNIS.

    The development of tennis enthusiasm in Dubbo will be further enhanced by the reorganisation of the Church of England Club after a lapse of some ...

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  20. PUNTER'S DIREST DAY.

    It is estimated that the public of New South Wales left half a million sterling in the bookmakers bags over the Sydney Cup and other races at ...

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  21. PUBLIC BODIES MAY NOT COOPERATE.

    The extraordinary fact that shire councils may co-operate in an undertaking with other local governing bodies, but cannot join with P.P. ...

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  22. METHODIST EASTER SERVICES.

    Good congregations patronised the Easter services at the Methodist Church, and were conducted by the Rev. A. Graham. The service on ...

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  23. METHODIST SUNDAY SCHOOL

    The annual picnic of the Dublin Methodist Sunday School children was held at Bunglegumbie on Easter Monday. Car provided by Mr. Sid Bruce, ...

    Article : 86 words
  24. FOOTBALL.

    The following players will represent Newtown against Narromine at Narromine on Sundy--Full-back, A. Stroud; three-quarters, W. Harris, C. ...

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  25. DORRIGO'S CREW.

    Search strainers have returned without the slightest tidings of the wrecked steamer Dorrigo. A steward of the Dorrigo, a Sydney man, signed off at ...

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  26. FORTHCOMING SHOWS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 148 words
  27. MARIE NARELLE'S CONCERT

    The box plan for Marie Narelle's great concert on Thursday, April the 15th at the Empire Hall will open on Monday next at Glover's Book ...

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  29. MEETINGS IN COMMITTEE.

    Meeting in committee with a public body is often an iniquitious process, and always marked with suspicion. It has been used as a cloak for corrupt ...

    Article : 192 words
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  31. NEWTOWN CLUB.

    A general meeting of the Newtown Football Club was held at the Castlereagh Hotel on Wednesday night, President J. A. Huston in the chair. ...

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  32. RABBIT OFFENDERS PAY.

    The advent of Mr. Gittings as stock inspector has brought a new practice into Dubbo P.P. Board finance. In the recent rabbit prosecutions Mr. ...

    Article : 127 words
  33. NO FLIES ON INSPECTOR GITTINGS.

    Seeking to refute the evidence of the rabbit inspectors a couple of landholders prosecuted for non-destruction of rabbits in neighboring courts ...

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    Dubbo-Molong Bridge, Dubbo, showing the earthwork approach partly washed away to the Macquarie flood. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  35. OBITUARY.

    Mrs. Ella Hartley, wife of Mr. W. Hartley, of Macquarie-street, brought to the Dubbo District Hospital on Monday suffering with kidney trouble. ...

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  36. WAMMERAWA A.L.P. DELEGATES

    The inquiry into the eligibility of the delegates appointed to represent the Wammerawa electorate, has resulted in their admission. The meeting which ...

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  37. NORMAN SMITH

    Norman, the five-year-old son of Mr. W. Smith, of Pinedale, Dubbo, died during the week, and was buried in the Presbyterian portion of the Dubbo ...

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  38. WON GLEN INNES £100.

    Leo Smith, of Dubbo, son of Mr. Bob Smith, won the final of the Glen Innes Sheffield £100, 120 yards, off the 11½ yards mark in 11 seconds on ...

    Article : 156 words
  39. DUBBO RETAIL PRICES.

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  40. MOTION THAT DIDN'T EXIST.

    Chairman Tink gave a ruling at yesterday's meeting of the Dubbo P.P. Board which, while perhaps right in essence is wrong in part. There was ...

    Article : 252 words
  41. DUBBO STOCK MARKET.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 44 words
  42. IMPOUNDING INEFFECTIVE.

    Claiming that impounding stock: off reserves was ineffective; Stock Inspector Gittings asked the P.P. Board yesterday to authorise prosecution for a ...

    Article : 81 words
  43. FURTHER RAIN.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 81 words
  44. A SHIRE'S RABBITS.

    Noxious weeds on Macquarie Shire roads seem to be a source of trouble to neighboring bodies. Dir. McLeod told the Dubbo P.P. Board yesterday that ...

    Article : 119 words
  45. SUMMONSING ONESELF

    The decision of the Dubbo P.P. Board at last meeting to prosecute the Talbragar Shire Council for non-destruction of rabbits appealed to ...

    Article : 89 words
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