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  2. Advertising

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  4. Brief News

    Two very old residents of the Brewarrina district have passed away -- Mr. Joseph Ryan (69), and Mr. Joseph McKenzie (59), They were ...

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  5. Swimming Notes

    The members of the Dubbo Swimming Club will meet on Sunday for a club swim. All are requested in attend. There is a psychology about a ...

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  6. Local and General

    The usual monthly statement issued from the Bureau of Statistics shows that the prices of meat in Sydney during December were 78.6 per cent. ...

    Article : 89 words
  7. Personal

    Brian Palmer has struck form at last with the bat. On Monday, playing for the A. team he scored 123 not out. It was one of the most ...

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  8. Latest Telegrams

    The State Cabinet sat a long time yesterday considering the question of the Upper House appointments, but nothing was done. ...

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  9. SEVENTEEN BORES

    The Water Conservation and Irrigation Commission is putting down seventeen bores on Yarraudale, a large property in the Armatree ...

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  10. SHOCKING INJURIES.

    Mr. Christie, a returned soldier, was brought to Dubbo yesterday by Mr. John Wheaton for medical treatment. His injuries were of a shocking ...

    Article : 99 words
  11. STATE LOAN.

    Mr. Lang, State Treasurer, has decided to grant the request of the farmers, and allow the State loan of £300,000 to remain open until ...

    Article : 43 words
  12. COMMONWEALTH YEAR BOOK.

    We have received from the Com[?]wealth Statistician (Mr. G. H. Knibbs), an advance copy of the newly published Official Year Book of the ...

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  13. A STRANGE DISAPPEARANCE.

    Mr. T. Bar[?]limore manager of In[?]sowen station (50 miles from T[?]pa on the road to Cobar), has been missing since Friday, 17th December. The ...

    Article : 146 words
  14. TO RESIDE IN DUBBO.

    Another of the men on' the land who have made good in the west has come to reside in Dubbo, or is about to do so. Cr. E. J. Blight whose property ...

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  15. VITAL STATISTICS.

    During the quarter ended December 31, 79 births were registered in Dubbo. There were 34 deaths and 18 marriages. ...

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  16. DISCOMFORT AFTER EATING.

    may be due to eating too much, eating rich, indigestible foods, to excessive acid secretions, or to food fermentation. You may feel as if you ...

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  17. DUBBO MILL.

    Messrs. McLeod and Co., who recently purchased the Dubbo flour mill from the company which worked it for many years, expect to be able to ...

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  18. FATAL ACCIDENT.

    Mr. Roger Newbound who was well and favorably known in Dubbo and district, sustained injuries at Narromine to which he succumbed the ...

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  19. SEASIDE RESORTS.

    Country residents now recognise that a trip to the seaside is almost a necessity every year. The difficulty is to secure a suitable place, and the ...

    Article : 101 words
  20. LONDON WHEAT MARKET.

    Lindley Walker and Co. Ltd., report on January 5 : Our cable to-day states wheat in the United Kingdon further reduced 2 ...

    Article : 146 words
  21. THE GLACIARIUM.

    Though it has [?]t yet been formally opened the Glae[?]rium is the scene of much metriment and revelry each evening. There is ample room already ...

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  22. 68 lb. TO THE BUSHEL.

    Mr. D. Connors, of Bungeboomal, Spicers Creek, has stripped wheat that weighed 68 lb to be bushel. This is not likely to be benten, though it ...

    Article : 93 words
  23. Latest Cables

    The upon played in Britain are estimated at over a million. A trade sle[?]p is shown in the British railways. From April to October ...

    Article : 138 words
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  25. SLUMP IN RACING

    The slump in racing throughout the west continues, with the result that many of the smaller clubs are finding it very difficult to keep going. ...

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  27. BAND RECITAL.

    A band recital will be given in the park on Sunday night, commencing at 8.15. A specially good programme is promised. ...

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  28. COMMERCIAL.

    Dalgety and Co., report that yesterday 30,0000 sheep were pointed; quality good; market shade weaker. Cattle yarded were 2,667; all classes ...

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  29. Family Notices

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  30. GEURIE.

    About 80 acres of standing crop on Mr. Gardiner's farm at Mickety, Mulga, was destroyed by fire the other day. The crop was the property of ...

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  31. Family Notices

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  32. Advertising

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