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    The Labour Conference now being held in Plymouth (Eng.) indicates that vast strides are being made by the British Labour Party. The Conference carried a motion ...

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    Mr. Lobban occupied the chair at a meeting of the Caledonian Society on Friday evening. Mr. John Read asked that interest ...

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    Sydney Office—Falmouth Chambers, 117 Pitt-st. Gordon and Gotch, publishers, 123 Pitt-street. Reuter's Telegram Co., Ltd., 110 Pitt-st. N.S.W. Country Press Co-op. Co., 114 Pitt-st. ...

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    Misses M'Callum announce a special reduction in millinery for five days to enable them to clear for the first autumn show on Saturday. The annual bargain sale at the Copmanhurst ...

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    The Council met at Maclean on Saturday. Mr. Gale (President) being in the chair. The Treasurer reported a credit of £23 12s 3d. and an account for 8s was ordered ...

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    Prime maize is in strong demand at 4/9, with occasional higher quotations. ...

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    The wedding of Mr. Arthur E. Kearney, second son of Mr. S. Kearney (Woollahra), and Miss Agnes Dixon, was celebrated at St. Joseph's Church. Woollabra. There ...

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  9. "The Examiner"

    The visit of the State Treasurer. Mr Waddell, to Grafton, is a matter for congratulation. It is distinctly p asing to known that members of the [?] lent are ...

    Article : 538 words
  10. Fat Pig Market.

    About 420 pigs were yarded at last weekend sales, consisting bf about equal proportions of baconers and porkers, and a few backfatters. There was a strong ...

    Article : 280 words
  11. Stock Sales.

    Messrs. P. Smith and Son and R. C. Ewing report a very successful sale at Upper Burringbar. on Wednesday. Fifty-eight cows averaged £10. the highest price given being £15/10. ...

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  12. Fat Stock.

    Trime bullocks are quoted at from £6 to £7/10. ...

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  13. Fish Markets.

    Schnapper is worth 6d to 8d, muliet 6/ to 12/, bream £1 to £1/10. ...

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  14. Crown Lands.

    An area of 300 acres. Bostobrick, on the right bank of the Nymboida River, adjoining portion 17, will be open to additional selection on 25th February, at ...

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    The Kyogle crossed the bar yesterday morning, arriving at Grafton during the day. Passengers —Mesdames Carlton, Attwater, Schultz. Piper, Johnson. Bilhen, Zan. Williams; Misses Nobbs ...

    Article : 387 words
  16. Death of an Old Resident.

    Mr. John Hann, an old resident of the Clarence, died on Sunday, aged 70 Deceased had a stroke of paralysis on Saturday, and this was the cause of death. ...

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  17. Accident.

    The "Northern Courier" writes:—"While returning from Grafton to Kempsey. Revs. Father O'Regan (Port Macquarie) and O'Connor (Kempsey), together with their ...

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  18. Grafton Police Court.

    Yesterday, before the P.M. J. H. Wilson v. T. Morrissey, sen., T. Morrissey, jun., and Jos. Morrissey, alleged illegal detention of a spring van. Mr. ...

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  19. What Becomes of the Pennies.

    Sydney has not had a famine in copper money, but at, times it has not been too plentiful. Something was said at the annual meeting of the Austrnlian Gaslight Company which may ...

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  20. State Butter Factory.

    A report is current that the Government proposes to purchase and conduct the Berry Central Butter Factory. The proposal does not meet with the approval of ...

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  21. Mr. Lee at Coraki.

    The Minister for Works, Mr. C. A. Lee, visited Coraki. He was formally welcomed by the Mayor, Aid. Burgess, and the aldermen and shire councillors. Mr. Lee ...

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  22. The Royal Show.

    The Royal Show opens eight days earlier this year, the dates being April 6 to April 14. so that exhibitors should pay particular attention to the closing of entries. The first to ...

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    Mr. Theodore S. Tearne, Mus. Bac., Oxon., F.S.L.A., who has been appointed to the position of superintendent of music for the schools of New South Wales, is examiner ...

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  24. The Coramba Show.

    The fourth annual show of the Coramba Agricultural Society will be held to-morrow and on Thursday, on the pleasantly situated grounds on the bank of the Orara. ...

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  25. The Game Season.

    The season for duck shooting opened yesterday, and the swamps were well explored by sportsmen in pursuit of game. Some met with good luck, and heavy bags were ...

    Article : 102 words
  26. Kangaroo Creek Deviation.

    The Member for the Clarence has received the following from the Works Depart-0 ment:—"With reference to your letter of the 10th December last, relative to a ...

    Article : 170 words
  27. Sir F. Darley's Departure.

    A large crowd assembled at Circular Quay, on Saturday, to witness the departure of Sir Frederick and Lady Darley, and Miss Kitty Darley, who were included in the ...

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  28. Senseless Practical Joke.

    At Maryborough a young man named Martin Klein expired as the result of a practical joke. Klein was watching a man named Ostenfeldt building a skiff in a disused wharf shed by the ...

    Article : 340 words
  29. The North Coast Railway.

    Since the holidays work on the first section of the North Coast Railway, between Maitland and Dungog, has progressed in a very satisfactory manner, and a greater ...

    Article : 193 words
  30. Australia's Oversea Trade.

    The oversea trade returns for 1908 show the total imports to have been £49,283,737, of which £973,807 represented gold. The total imports for 1907 were ...

    Article : 177 words
  31. Armidale Road Progress Association

    At a meeting of the Orara and Armadale Road Progress Association held on Saturday, the Secretary was instructed to write the Dorrigo Shire Council and ask them ...

    Article : 182 words
  32. Advertising

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  33. Australia's Holida[?]

    Mr. W. T. Pullen writes:—"[?] of the 26th January I see [?] Why do we celebrate Anniv[?] and then the writer gives [?] ...

    Article : 44 words
  34. Advertising

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