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  2. ANNUAL MEETING.

    The annual meeting of the Macleay River Jockey Club was held at the Federal Hotel, East Kempsey, on Thursday night last week, there being ...

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  3. FOOTBALL.

    The first inter-District football match between these two teams was played on the Kempsey Park last Saturday, before an interested and demonstrative ...

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  4. FAREWELL AT CORANGULA

    The residents of Corangnla, Timagog and district gathered in the Methodist Church grounds on Saturday, to bid farewell to Mr. J. J. Rowe, who has ...

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  5. STATE PARLIAMENT OPENS

    The Third Session of the State Parliament opened to-day. Forty now bills and amendments were foreshadowed in the Governor's speech, which ...

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  6. "I'M GOING TO WIN."

    The ''Morning Post'' says George Cook is certainly the best heavyweight in sight and is far too astute a boxer to get caught with his guard down, like ...

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  7. KEMPSEY POLICE COURT.

    At the Kempsey Police Court this morning, before Dr. Welch, Albert Charles Tory was charged with alleged assault on William Edward Richardson, ...

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  8. ANGLICAN CHURCH.

    A special meeting of parishioners of the Anglican Church, Kempsey, called under section 6, part 7, Parochial Ordinance, was held at the Parish Hall, West ...

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  9. TELEGRAMS.

    Two hundred men are to be discharged from Hoskins ironworks, Lithgow, and 40 from Hoskins' other Western enterprises. The reason given is that ...

    Article : 57 words
  10. NEWS OF THE WORLD.

    The Allies have jointly notified Germany of their intention to send two battalions from France, England and Italy to Silesia. Franco sends a ...

    Article : 46 words
  11. DRAMATIC ARREST.

    At dramatic incident occurred in a back room of a house in Surry Hills, last night, where three men sat round a table, on which were seven rings, ...

    Article : 93 words
  12. RIOT AT BELFAST.

    At Belfast a serious riot occurred in the dinner hour. Bombs were, hurled and Royalists. Several casualties ...

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  13. MUNICIPAL COUNCIL.

    The fortnightly meeting of the Kempsey Municipal Council was held at the Council Chambers last night. There were present: Aid. H. C. Henderson ...

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  14. IRISH AFFAIRS.

    It is reported, that if negotiations are resumed at Downing Street, Mr. Arthur Griffiths, Republican Foreign Minister, instead of Mr. De Valera, will ...

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  15. FREE RUSSIA!

    A non-political committee appointed by the Soviet, including Count Leo Tolstoy, to visit various European countries with a view to giving a true ...

    Article : 55 words
  16. SPORTING.

    Maitland Races, on Saturday, resuited as follows:-- Maiden Handicap, 7 furs.--King Piedmont 1, Hollacre 2, Duke Angler 3. ...

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  17. TELEGRAMS.

    For the first time in its history the Sydney Ferries, Ltd., finds its monopoly of the harbor traffic unassailed. The citizens of North Sydney intend to ...

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  18. YOUR DUTY.

    What's the use of talking, waving patriot flags, What's the use of shouting till you're hoarse; ...

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  19. WHEAT POOL.

    A deputation of the Farmers and Settlers' Association waited on Mr. Dunn and submitted resolutions passed at the recent conference regarding the ...

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  20. NEWCASTLE MINERS' PROPOSAL.

    The Newcastle miners' proposal to limit a fortnight to nine days was referred to by the secretary of the colliery proprietors as an example of a ...

    Article : 61 words
  21. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

    The Labor Caucus has selected for the Legislative Council Messrs. Murray, Coats, P. McGirr, J. F. Higgins, J. M. Power, E. Grayndler, J. Bligh, ...

    Article : 98 words
  22. LEAVE TO APPEAL DISMISSED.

    The Full Court of Criminal Appeals, to-day, refused Arthur Bryce Peden, sentenced to death for the murder of his wife at Tumblong, on May 7th last, ...

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  23. THE DAVIS CUP.

    By winning the singles on Saturday, Japan ousted Australia from the Davis Cup contest and obtained tho right to challenge U.S.A., the present holders. ...

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