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  2. Death of Hon. E. Webb, M.L.C

    Bathurst was stirred to its centre this morning by the sad intelligence, received by wire from Parkes, that Hon. Edinund Webb, M.L.C., of Hathrop, had died at that place ...

    Article : 1,092 words
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    Advertising : 404 words
  4. Queen Victoria Homes for Consumptives.

    A mooting of tho Committee arranging for the stall at the forthcoming fair in Sydney was hold yesterday in tho Town Hall, when Mr. Druce, the general manager, was ...

    Article : 303 words
  5. Mid-Winter Vacation.

    Prior to the Superior Public School breaking up for the Mid-Winter Vacation the hood master, Mr. L. M. Price, arranged for the presentation of the swimming trophies won ...

    Article : 1,983 words
  6. Bathurst Swimming Club.

    A meeting of the members of tho Bathurst Swimming Club was held last night at the Baths, the chair being occupied by Mr. James Walker, President. There was a ...

    Article : 741 words
  7. Meteorological Report.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 37 words
  8. BATHURST Daily Free Press. " Magna est veritas et prevalebit." SATURDAY, 24th JUNE, 1899.

    Miss Amy CASTLES.—The trustees of the Cricket Ground, believing that the Bathurst public. would appreciate a concert given by Miss Amy Castles, the grand soprano star, ...

    Article : 971 words
  9. Bathurst Poor Relief Society.

    At tho regular meeting of tho Poor Relief Society yesterday afternoon there wore present :—Mesdames Suttor (President), Jago ...

    Article : 180 words
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    Advertising : 110 words



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