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  5. BOWLING CLUB PRESIDENT.

    At a special meeting of the Dubbo Bowling Club, held at Barden's Hotel last night Mr. W. T. Lewis was elected president of the club in the vacancy ...

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  7. THE WAR.

    The Official Press Bureau states that a cruiser (the Undaunted) and four destroyers sank four German destroyers off the Dutch coast. ...

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  8. PRICES OF BRAN AND POLLARD.

    The Necessary Commodities Commission has decided to recommend that the date of the alteration of the basis of prices of bran ans pollard, instead of ...

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  9. METHODIST FLOWER SHOW.

    The annual flower show and industrial exhibition under the auspice of the Dubbo Methodist Church, will be held in the Protestant Hall on ...

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  10. Sporting Notes.

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  11. Local and General.

    The following application has been lodged at the Dubbo Crowe Lands Office: Jas. Henry Horton, of Eumungerie, suburban holding, 16 acres 10 ...

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  12. THE GEURIE OUTRAGE.

    The young man arrested in connection with the serious offence at Geurie was before the Wellington Children Court on Friday. The case lasted till ...

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  14. BENI PATRIOTIC SOCIAL.

    A grand social in aid of the Patriotic Fund was held at Beni on Wednesday evening last. It undoubtedly was the most successful function of the season. ...

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  15. "PLEASE GIVE ME A PENNY."

    In response to Miss Leila Kirkland's song "Please Give Me a Penny," at a euchre party and dance held last week in aid of the Dubbo penny War ...

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  16. AN UNLUCKY JUDGE.

    Later paticulars regarding the injuries sustained by Judge Gibson when motoring from Nyngan to Cobar state that the steering gear became ...

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  17. A CHILD'S DEATH.

    Mr. and Mrs. James Clarke who recently arrived in Dubbo from Cobar, were on Sunday night bereft of their daughter. Ruth Evelyn Isabella, who ...

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  18. DUBBO COMPOSER HONORED.

    The waltz music written by Mr. J. C. Crean, of Dubbo, this year which he entitled "Love's Regret," is being played by the orchestra at the Palace ...

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  19. ALLEGED SERIOUS ASSAULT.

    At the Stuart Town Court on Thursday last William Williams was charged with assaulting Selina Jones, occasioning her actual bodily harm. The ...

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  20. A MURDEROUS TURK.

    Mr. Noel Buxton M.P., and his brother Charles, sons of Sir T. F. Buxton formerly Governor of South Australia, were motoring in Bucharest, ...

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  21. COUNTRY AMUSEMENT CO.

    The first production in Dubbo by the Country Amusements Ltd., is set down for Tuesday evening next 27th inst., when local playgoers will be afforded ...

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  22. A WINTER PARADISE.

    Although Manly is known nu the finest summer resort in this State it is not generally known that it possesses the unique advantage of weather in ...

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  23. THE MONARCH PICTURE CO.

    Last issue of "Footlights," the only dramatic weekly published in Australasia, contains the following eulogistic reference to the Monarch Picture Co. ...

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  24. THE SCHOOL PIT.

    Nearly twelve months ago the inspector of nuisanees asked for instructions from Council as to what he should do in respect to a pit at the ...

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  25. WAR LESSONS.

    There is one important lesson to be learnt from the war, and that is the need of preparedness for defence. Our British people have pleaded for ...

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  26. MISS FREEDMAN'S CONCERT.

    We finally remind our readers of Miss Lean Freedman's concert, to be hold this evening in the Empire Hall. A an elocutionist Miss Freedman is ...

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  27. PRICE OF WHEAT.

    Mr, F. Mack of Narromine writes to the S.M. Herald":--"It is generally admitted that there is going to be a great shortage of wheat through all ...

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  28. GOOD NEWS.

    We are pleased to note that in the station produce business the export trade, as well as the local trade is making good progress towards normal ...

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  29. COMMERCIAL.

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  30. PRESENTATIONS.

    There was a representative gathering of cricketers at the Club Hotel, Orange, on Saturday evening When a presentation was made to Mr. and Mrs. ...

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  31. EUMUNGERIE.

    Death has claimed another victim at Eumungeric in the person of Mrs. J. Foster sen., a highly respected resident of the town. The late Mrs. Foster ...

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  32. The Mystery of Death.

    On Sunday afternoon the Rev. L. M, Andrews M.A., Vice-Principal of the Brotherhood of the Good Shepherd, aud Rector of Brewarrina, gave an address ...

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  33. "ROBBERY UNDER ARMS."

    Local patrons of historic art will once again renew their acquaintance with Rolfe Bolderwood's magnificent and realistic story of Australian bush ...

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  34. Latest Telegrams.

    Chaff £510 to £610 [?]cerne £110 to £45. oaten hay £6, butter 104, maize 36 to 4. Mr. Holman, in his Budget speech. ...

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  35. RAINFALL.

    The following rainfall was registered for the 24 hours ending at 9 a.m. on Saturday:--Orange 95 points Bathurst 65, Condobolin 31, Cowra 11. ...

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  36. LANDS OFFICE REVENUE.

    In respect to business transacted, the Dubbo Lands Office is is of the leading offices in the State. For the year 1913-14 the revenue received totalled ...

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  37. DROUGHT IN RIVERINA.

    Since there have been no rain in the border district along the Murray River for some week it is only natural that the condition are worse than ...

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  38. THANHOUSER DRAMA AT MONARCH'S.

    The advent of a Thanhouser drama is always the signal for much interest among the lovers Dickerdom, and the intent conduction of this famous ...

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  40. 730 ROOMS.

    One of the most palatial edifices that Sydney now processes is "The Peoples Palace 400 Pitt Street, with its 730 rooms, and which has the distinction of ...

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