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  2. COMMERCIAL. QUEENSLAND BUTTER PRICES.

    No action has been taken by the Board of Control (Queensland) to deal furthur with the prices of butter. The position is complicated by reason of the prospect of ...

    Article : 154 words
  3. The Northern Star,

    Nover has there been such a continuos period of "pay, pay, pay" as that we are now passing through, and it would seem that as each stage, of Das horrid ...

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  4. LISMORE POLICE COURT.

    Emeline K. Thompson, on a charge of selling adulterated milk, was fined 30s, with 16s costs, the prosecuting officer being Mr. C. V, Francis, Pure Foods ...

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  5. GENERAL NEWS. NEWSPLAYERS FOR EGYPT.

    There appears to be a misunderstanding as to the rates of postage on newspapers forwarded from Australia to the troops in Egypt. The officials state that a newspaper ...

    Article : 62 words
  6. Greece's Attitude. Strong Feeling of Distrust.

    LONDON, Sunday.—Reuter's Agency denies the report of the impending departure of Allied diplomatists from Athens. ...

    Article : 42 words
  7. A PANAMA CLIMATE.

    Probably the cheapest "Panamas" ever sold in Australia are those now being sold by "Mason and Hague" at 10/6 each. They are shown in the window in ...

    Article : 58 words
  8. ANOTHER LISMORE SHOW.

    It's not here yet, but everyone in getting ready for the next Lismore Bhow, A sort, of preliminary show is now to be seen in Modern worth-street in the display of ...

    Article : 89 words
  9. ALLLIRD FORCES LEAVE SALONIKA.

    LONDON, Sunday.—Reuter's correspondent at Athens states that the Allied force left Salonika on Suturday for the Serbo-Bulgarian frontier. ...

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  10. PRODUCE MARKET.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 214 words
  11. RUSSIAN AND ITALIAN MINISTERS.

    COPNHAGEN. Sunday.—The "Colonsha-Zetters"" Athens correspondent says the Russian and Italian Ministers are preparing to leave Greece with their families ...

    Article : 34 words
  12. FRANCE DECLARES WAR.

    PARIS, Sunday.—France has declares war with Bulgaria. General Sarraill has taken over the command of the Alllies. The British and Italian military attaches ...

    Article : 37 words
  13. RAILWAY EMPLOYEES' RAFFLES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 113 words
  14. THE REFERENDUM.

    SYDNEY, Monday.—A meeting was held in the Liberal Asiociation rooms to-night, when prominent politicians deale with the forthcoming referendum campaign. The ...

    Article : 41 words
  15. BULGARIAN EMISSARIES ARRESTED.

    ROME, Sunday.—Essad Pasha has arrested many Bulgarian emissaries at Durazzo for conducting a propagnada against the Caundruple Entente. ...

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  16. BRITISH TROOPS LANDING.

    PARIS. Sunday.—"Le Matin" says that large numbers of British troops have been landing at Salonika since Friday. ...

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  17. RUSSIAN ATTACKS.

    The Russians are maintaining incessant and resolute attacks on German positions on the Bessrabian frontier. Their artillery fire is tremendous, facilitating ...

    Article : 35 words
  18. MACKENSIS DETRESSED.

    "Le Matin's" Nish correspondent states that General Von Mackensen is greatly depressed at the Serbians' unexpected resistance, which upset calculations and ...

    Article : 33 words
  19. MR. WADE'S VIEWS.

    Mr. Wude polted out that it was not a preliminary announcement of the programme of the Liberal party in regard to the referendum movement, but for the ...

    Article : 158 words
  20. FLOODS PROPHESIED.

    It is an old truism that birds and beasts in a state of nature know long be forehand when floods are coming, and that instinct is (says the "Casino Courier") the ...

    Article : 175 words
  21. FRONTIER CROSSING.

    AMSTREDAM, Sunday.—A German communique says:-The Bulgarians forced a crossing over the frontier and ridges between Negotin and Strumica and captured ...

    Article : 30 words
  22. SERBIANS RETAKE POSITIONS.

    "L' Echo de Paris" says that the Serbians have retaken positions at Pisama and Boukva. whirh the Bulgarians captured on Tuesday. ...

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  23. THE FISH MARKET.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 88 words
  24. ATTACK BY FIFTY THOUSAND BULGARIANS.

    HOME,. Sunday.—The "Secolo" states that 50, 000 Bulgarians attacked the serbians on Wednesday to the region of Olvan. Obtinate fighting continues. ...

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  25. CAMPAIGN FOR ARMED INTERVENTION.

    LONDON, Sunday.—The "Daily Chronicle's" Rome correspondent says that the campaign in Bucharest in favor ni armed intervention on the side of the Gruadruple ...

    Article : 76 words
  26. STOCK MARKET.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 56 words
  27. ROUMANIAN'S STRICT NEUTRALITY.

    BUCHAREST, Monday.—The Council of Ministers decided to continue strict neutrality, tasing all necessary millitary measures on the frontiers. ...

    Article : 24 words
  28. MR. COOK.

    Mr. Cook said he would welcome the cooperation of the State party in the prose cution of the campaign that would soon be upon us. lt was about times all talk ...

    Article : 200 words
  29. GERMAN AGENGY'S REPORT DENIED.

    PETROGRAD, Sunday.—An official statement denies the Wolff Agency's report that it was Russia's intention to violate Roumanian neutrality in order to attack ...

    Article : 31 words
  30. FEELING OF DISTRICT.

    LONDON, Sunday.—A strong feeting of distrust in regard to Greece is devolping, espectially since the refusal of M. Zahans (Premier) of the Serbian appeal under the ...

    Article : 109 words
  31. SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC.

    The children of St. Paul's Presbyterian Sunday School were in their element yesterday, when the annual picnic was held. Parents and friends also enjoyed the ...

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  32. THE WEATHEB. LOCAL CONDITIONS.

    Yesterday was inclined to be sultry during the morning, but in the afternoon the wind, which was from an casterly direction, strengthened considerably. The ...

    Article : 84 words
  33. THE BLOCKADE.

    LONDON, Sunday.—In connection with the Allied fleet's blockade of the Bulgarian coast forty-eight hours' grace was assigned for the departure of neutral vessels. ...

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  34. ATTEMPT TO SURROUND SERBIAN LEFT.

    PARIS, Sunday.—A German attempt to Surround the Serbian left near Senderia was repulsed with enormous losses. The Bulgarians are stubbornly attacking the ...

    Article : 59 words
  35. COASTAL CONDITIONS.

    The sea was reported to be smooth at most points along the coast yesterday. Jervis Bay being the only point at which it was rough. There was a light wind ...

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  36. EX-PREMIER'S DESIRE.

    PARIS, Sunday.—"Le Matin's" Athens correspondent states that M. Venizelos (exprentier) in an interview said:—"Nobody desires more than the Allies should ...

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  37. SURMARINE PARIS AT VARNA.

    ATHENS, Sunday.—German skilled artisans from Constantinople are putting together submarines which reached Varna in sections. ...

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  38. PERSONAL.

    Mrs. W. T. Watson, "The Zareba," Lawson-street, will not be at home to-day. News was received at Casino on Friday by Miss M. Klaus, of Walker-street, of the ...

    Article : 419 words
  39. FRESH WINDS ON THE COAST.

    SYDNEY, Monday.—The forecast is:— Genarally line, cool to moderate temperatures; southerly winds; fresh or parts of the const, and some showers. ...

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  40. ALL LIES.

    SYDNEY, Monday.—The present State administration was subjected to severe criticism at the annual banquet of the Bathurst Eight Hour Association. The ...

    Article : 383 words
  41. A PROMISE TO TURKISH SOLDIERS.

    PARIS, Sunday.—Enver Pasha (Turkish Minister for War) in an order of the day promises the Turkish soldiers that they will spend the winter in the warm climes ...

    Article : 34 words
  42. GREEKS IN NORTH CHINA.

    TIENTSIN, Sunday.—The entire Greek community in North China has cabled to Athens protesting against M. Zaunis's interpretation of the Greco-Serbian Treaty. ...

    Article : 37 words
  43. MAKE GOOL OR BREAK HER WORD.

    LONDON, Sunday.—The ''Morning Post" says that the simple position is that Greece pledged herself to defend Serbia if attacked by Bulgaria. That position has ...

    Article : 149 words
  44. SKIPPING.

    The N.C.S.N. Co's steamer Brundah crossed in at Barlina at 5 a.m yesterday. The N.C.S.N. Co's steamer Coombar ...

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  45. NOT CONFIRMED.

    LONDON. Sunday.— Reuter's Agency states that the report of Roumania's deciston to remain neutral is not confirmed. ...

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  46. TURKISH TROOPS.

    PARIS, Sunday.—An official communication, referring to the Balkans, emphasises the significance of Germany's attempt to secure Turkish soldiers to fill the places of ...

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  47. WEDDINGS. LAST-DEVlNE.

    A quiet wedding was celebrated at the R.C. Cathedral, Lismore, on Wednesday, the 6th of October, by the Rev. Father Scott. the contracting parties being Miss ...

    Article : 92 words
  48. SP.RUIAN OFFENSIVE.

    "Le Matin's" Athens correspondent reports that the Serbians, with the assistance of French troops, Obliged the Bulgarians to retire. The Serbians further ...

    Article : 52 words
  49. SUGAR GROWERS.

    BRISBANE, Monday.—A conference of sugar growers, convened by the Minister for Agriculture, was held in the Agricultural Department to-day, thirty-one ...

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  50. BAPTIST OF FIRE.

    ATHENS, Sunday.—French. troops in Bacedon a received thtir haptism of tire near the railway bridge at Valadova. a here 40,000 Bulgarians are attacking ...

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  51. AUSTRALIAN PRINCE AT SOFIA.

    ATHENS. Sunday.—The Austrian Prince Windischgractz and staff have arrived at Sofia. ...

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  52. AIRD-McGREGOR.

    "Edna Cottage," Wester-street, South Lismore, the residence of Mr. A. G. Basing was the scene of a quite but pretty wedding on Saturday afternoon, 9th ...

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  53. ALLIES ATTACK.

    NEW YORK, Monday.—Reuter's London Agency says that the Allies are attacking Slrumitza, the fall of which is immniment ...

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  54. FEEBLE FORCES.

    The Bulgarian generals have concentrated feeble forces before Pirot. They are holding three complete divisions between Pirot and Sofia with strong artillery ...

    Article : 31 words
  55. ITALY'S HELP.

    LONDON, Monday.—The latest news shows here is little prospect of italy sending an arny to the Balkans, though she hints of help in other directions. ...

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  56. BULGARIAN KING'S MANIFESTO.

    SOFIA, Sunday.—King Ferdinand's manifesto rends as follows:—I and the Government have striven through neutrality to realise the nation's ideals. Both groups of ...

    Article : 256 words
  57. A RED FOR KUMANOVO.

    The Bulgarians are striking at Kumanovo, which the Alllies are seeking to reach and fortify before the Bulgarians are able to separate the Servians from the Allies. ...

    Article : 32 words
  58. BULGARIANS REPULSED.

    ATHENS, Monday.—Messers state that 40,000 are attacking Valandovo and Hovrovo bridge. Fighting continued till midday on Sunday without the Bulgarians ...

    Article : 69 words
  59. DIVORCE COURT.

    SYDNEY, Monday.—The Norton versus Norton consilidated suits commenced in the Divorce Court to-day before Mr. Justice Gordon and a special Jury of twelve ...

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  60. NORTH COAST RAILWAY.

    SYDNEY, Monday.—The Minister for Works made a ''statement that on the Wauchope-Kempsey section of the North Coast line the earthworks had been ...

    Article : 50 words
  61. DEPARTMENT OF HOME AFFAIRS.

    MELBOURNE, Monday.—Mr. Anderson's rapord on the Home Affairs [?] has been handled to the Prime Minister, who stated he [?]ded it as generally ...

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  62. REINFORCEMENTS WANTED.

    Diplomatic circles state that General Von Mackensen demanded reinforcements to continue an offensive on the, whole front. He admits the advance is slow and ...

    Article : 31 words
  63. Advertising

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  64. CASINO.

    Mr. R. J. B. Jack, Optician, may be Consulted at Evans' White Cross Pharacy Casino, on Wednesday next. Coraki, R. G. Benaud's Rooms, Friday. ...

    Article : 26 words
  65. Advertising

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