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  5. Narromine

    Sergt. Kenny, one of the first Narromine volunteers, who returned from the front, owing to wounds received in action, and who has for some time since ...

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  6. Our Soldiers

    The social and presentation to Pte. Clarrie Anlezark and Pte;. Ben Rolles will take place at Mr. Wheeler's residence, Delroy, on Monday evening ...

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  7. THE WAR.

    The French armies, under General Mangin, between the Oise (southward of Noyon) and a point northwards of Soissons, on a front of 15 miles, ...

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  8. Local and General.

    The pretty little Kiosk erected for the Dubbo Red Cross will be formally opened by the Mayoress (Mrs. G. A. Wheeler) at 11 a.m. to-morrow. An ...

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  9. Meat Prices.

    Sir,--When Mr. Piddington, Royal Commissioner, made his first report without inquiring into the prices paid for beef and mutton at the saleyards, ...

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  10. Personal

    Mr. Sid Mack, who has many friends in the Dubbo district, has been appointed a K.C. He will wear silk in future, but the head of the brilliant ...

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  11. SERIOUS CHARGE.

    At the Wellington Children's Court on Tuesday, before Mr. Perry, P.M., a Chin[?] named George Kee was charged with an offence against a girl. ...

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  12. RISE IN THE RIVER.

    There is a big rise in the Macquarie, due to the heavy rains at Orange, Stuart Town, and other places further up. Several of the feeders of the river ...

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  13. DISTRICT STRIKES.

    The wheat lumpers at Narromine struck yesterday for an increase in wages. The men are still out. Some of the shearers at Terramungamine also ...

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  14. BERRIMA DAIRY CO.

    At the half-yearly meeting of the Berrima District Dairy Co., the profit and loss account, after making necessary provision for bad debts, ...

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  15. GILGANDRA SHOW.

    The Gilgandra show was concluded yesterday in fine weather. There was a good attendance. The principal winners in the stock sections were: W. ...

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  16. JUVENILE BALL.

    The sequel to the annual Convent ball, the juvenile ball, was held last night, and was an immense success. Little ones were present in hundreds, ...

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  17. I.W.W Commission

    The I.W.W. Commissioner took further evidence yesterday. Mr. Windeyer said if there ever was going to be an inquiry of a wide ...

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  18. PROTECTING BIRDS & ANIMALS.

    Before Parliament at present is a bill for the protection of birds and animals. The destruction of our bird and animal life for many years past has ...

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  19. RECRUITING MEETING.

    Lieut. Thompson who was in charge of the March, to Freedom column, which spent a day at Dubbo last month, telegraphed Lieut. Sullivan this ...

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  20. GIRL SHOT.

    A little girl named Kathleen Jones (11), daughter of Mr. Solomon Jones, of Trangle, late of Dubbo, was admitted to the Dubbo District Hospital last ...

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  21. PONY CHAMPIONSHIP.

    Gilbert, the nine-year-old son of Mr. A. Wiseman, stock and station agent, of Macquarie-st., Dubbo, won the boy riding championship at Gilgandra show, ...

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  22. WOMEN'S WAYS.

    Women's ways in the raising of patriotic funds take the palm for originality. The meat original of all was tried at Wollongong the other day-- ...

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  23. SUPPOSED DROWNING.

    At Mr. J. T. O'Brien and a man named Alex Barnett were crossing the Macquarie River near Apsley yesterday in a cart, the horse refused to pull ...

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  24. Latest Telegrams

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  25. DEATH OF MR. HARPER.

    Mr. John Harper (father of Mr. T. Harper, of Dubbo), a very old resident of Wallerawang, died at the residence of his daughter, Miss G. A. Harper, on ...

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  26. INTER-HIGH SCHOOL VISIT.

    Saturday last, says the "Advocate" about 80 students of the Dubbe High School, accompanied by Mr. C. H. Chrismas. B.A., and several members ...

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  28. OUR BOY SCOUTS.

    Scoutmaster C. Barron has invited a host of citizens to attend a celebration of the second anniversary of the Boy Scouts, to be held in the Protestant ...

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  29. THE WAR LOAN.

    The Commonwealth Government has a good stick with which to beat the war loan dog. Forty million pounds are required, this time, and upon past ...

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  32. ROAD SIGNS.

    There is a provision in the new Local Government Bill that will delight the motor tourist. It commands every shire council within one year after the blll ...

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    The Sydney organiser of the Fruit and Vegetable Fund acknowledges a donation of £1 from Trangie Red Cross Society. ...

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