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  5. The Mayoral Election

    The following letter addressed to the "Liberal" has been handed to us for publication by Mr. Gay, who states that a copy of same was forwarded to ...

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  6. Municipal Council

    A call of the Council was held last night and every alderman responded. The requisition to the mayor to call the Council together was signed by Ald. ...

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  7. THE GRAFT CHARGES.

    Mr. Justice Pring has concluded his inquiry into the allegations of graft preferred against two Ministers of the Crown -- Messrs. Doofey and Mutch. ...

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  8. Narromine.

    Harvesting operations have been returned after the rain. Some were able to get on the land on Tuesday and practically all in a few days after that ...

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  9. Shire Council

    The principal business at the meeting of the Talbragar Shire Council on Friday evening, was that of electing the president for the ensuing year. ...

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  10. CHRISTMAS.

    As this will be the last issue of the "Dispatch" before the Christmas season we desire to offer the citizens of the west, in the wide area in ...

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  11. CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS.

    The following postal arrangements will be observed at Dubbo during the Christmas Holidays : -- Christmas Day, post and telegraph ...

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  13. THE CRICKET CARNIVAL.

    A final reminder is given that the Dubbo Cricket Carnival will open on the Sports Ground and Victoria Park on December 31, and be continued on ...

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  14. Latest Telegrams

    Foley leads Mahon by 397 votes for Kalgoorlie, though 2100 votes have yet to be counted. Fears are expressed that the local ...

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  15. Personal

    Mr. Tom Haining, a very enthusiastic member of the Dubbo Salvation Army, will leave here after Christmas to enter one of the Homes of the Army ...

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  16. A GOOD ARGUMENT

    At the meeting of the Dubbo Progress Assn., on Thursday night, Mr. A. Cleaver, who is one of the most practical men in the west, and one with ...

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  17. HELD OVER.

    Owing to pressure on our space, several columns of matter are held over including reports of the rabbit prosecutions at the police court yesterday. ...

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  19. THE TOURISTS' PARADISE.

    The owner of a car in search of an ideal holiday, should visit the Illawarra district, for every turn of the road reveals fresh s[?]nic charms, and ...

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  20. TENNIS.

    Dubbo will again he represented at the Country Week Tennis Carnival in Sydney in January. The first-graders who will represent us are: Messrs. J. ...

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