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  4. District News

    The marriage took place at the local Catholic Church on the 3rd inst. of Mr. Bert Foley, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Foley, of Gilgamdra, and Miss ...

    Article : 429 words
  5. THOSE GERMAN BANDS.

    There has been a sensation in Sydney because a German band played the Austrian Anthem in front of the German Club. The Lord Mayor said he ...

    Article : 99 words
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  8. PATRIOTIC FUND.

    The following additional donation to the Dubbo District Patriotic Fund: -- S. F. S. Green £1, 1s. ...

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  9. THE WAR.

    The "Times" correspondent states that the great German army which for ninths has been tramping over Northern Franco and Belgium, is preparing ...

    Article : 363 words
  10. STOCK SALE.

    Messrs, v Conistock Bros. announce that they will, hold their next fortnightly sale on Wednesday next, when they .will offer fat and store cattle, ...

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  11. COMMERCIAL.

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  12. PUBLIC SERVANTS.

    At a mass meeting held at Sydney on Tuesday night the public servants decided that immediate steps be taken to bring the public service under the ...

    Article : 88 words
  13. A SUDDEN DEATH.

    Yesterday Mr. R. Roes, the well-known merry-go-round proprietor, died suddenly at Orange, He was 41 years of age, and at one time was ...

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  14. Local and General.

    A French officer states that the Kaiser owns an hotel in the heart of Paris, where motor cars, petrol, and tons of ammunition are stored. Kaiser Bill ...

    Article : 61 words
  15. OBITUARY.

    Wellington residents received a shock on Wednesday on receipt of the news that Mr. M. C. Dolan, the well-known jeweller of Nanima Crescent, ...

    Article : 114 words
  16. Latest Telegrams

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  17. SUCCESSFUL HORSE SALE.

    Messrs. Bedford, Taylor and Weston, Ltd., held their special horse sale at Wellington this week. Contrary to expectations a big number of buyers ...

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  18. LECTURE TO MEN.

    At 3.30 p.m. on Sunday next, Rev. L. M. Andrews, M.A., Vice-Prineipal of the Brotherhood, will deliver an address on. The Mystery of Death." ...

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  19. RAINFALL.

    The following rainfall was registered for the 24 hours ending 9 a.m. yesterdays -- Orange 131 points, Biayney 100, Bathurst 8, Molong 37, Mudgee ...

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  20. THE PREMIER OPTIMISTIC.

    Mr. Holman, speaking at the institute of Journalists, said having regard to the Budget speech, which the public are looking forward to anxiously, if not ...

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  21. GILGANDRA'S NEW CHURCH.

    The following particulars with reference to St. Joseph's Catholic Church, at Gilgaadra, which was recently opened by Bishop Dunne, will he of interest. ...

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  22. PATRIOTIC SOCIAL.

    A patriotic social was held at Deni on Wednesday night. There were about 80 couple present, including a number of visitors from Dubbo. Excellent ...

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  23. ACCIDENT AT WARREN.

    On Thursday of last week an accident befel the little daughter of Mr. D. Kater, of Warren. a pony attached to an improvised gig bolted, and the child ...

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  24. NARROMINE.

    The material required for the erection of the overhead bridge at the level crossing in Dandaloo-street arrived on Thursday, The work is to be ...

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  25. Bombs from the Atr.

    An aeroplane dropped two bombs at St. Omer. killing a girl and wounding three other perrons. Another airman dropped three bombs in Ostend harbor, ...

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  26. THE WOOL INDUSTRY.

    That the dislocation of the wool trade is a serious matter may be gauged from the fact that the annual value of our wool clip for this State is in the ...

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  27. THE OBLEY DISTRICT.

    Mr. J. H. Ritter on Wednesday evening returned from a visit to his "Yarooga" property in the Obley district. Mr. Ritter says the country between ...

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  28. A NEW ALLY.

    The ally to whom Australia is looking most anxiously just now hag his kingdom in the sky but tic is a maritime as well as an aerial power, for be ...

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  29. SCHOOLS' DEMONSTRATION.

    The public schools demonstration at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Wednesday was a magnificent sight. The programme included an immense living ...

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  30. NEW POSTAL REGULATION.

    It is proposed by the Commonwealth authorities to amend regulation 39 under the Post and Telegraph Act, 1901- 1913, to provide that the covers in ...

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  31. EUCHRE PARTY AND DANCE.

    A euchre party and dance in aid of the Penny War Fund was held at the Empire Hall last night. The function proved an unp[?]adified success, fully 90 ...

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  32. SLY GROG SELLING.

    Mr. H. Mahon, Assistant Federal Minister, states, that in consequence of numerous cases of sly-grog selling on the western end of the ...

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  33. BAZAAR AT GUERIE.

    The bazaar and sale of work in aid of the Union Church at Guerie were crowned with success, showing a profit of £50 on the two nights. Mr, J. M. ...

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  34. STATE PARLIAMENT.

    The State Parliament sat for an hour on Tuesday afternoon, when a great number of questions were asked, and the Premier made a short ...

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  35. SLEEPER GUTTERS.

    Representatives of the sleepr-cutters on the North Coast and in the west and north-west districts have pointed out to the Minister for Works ...

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  36. "ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA" AT MONARCH'S.

    A truly gigantic production, spectacle succeeding spectacle during the unfolding of the immortal tragedy; the landing of the Roman army, and the ...

    Article : 213 words
  37. THE WELL KNOWN CONSULTING OPTICIAN

    There is no worthier exponent of modern optical science in Australia than Mr. Adolf Basser, Vienna Consulting Optician of Challis House ...

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    Harvesting is in full swing in the Bodangora district. About 30cwt. to two tows per acre is the average of the early-sown crops. The wheat yield is ...

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