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  2. Advertising

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  4. LATEST WIRES.

    The following is the latest forecast for N.S.W.:—Cloudy over the coast and parts of the tablelands, with some scattered showed and border ...

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  5. Our Soldiers.

    New regulations are now in operation at the Dubbo Camp. A pay sergeant has been appointed, and the men have been assured that their pay will be to ...

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  6. Damage to Talbragar-Street

    In the [?]mons division of the Dubbo Court yesterday, before Mr. W. F. Robertson, P.M., the Nuisance Inspector to the Dubbo Municipal Council ...

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  7. THE WAR.

    Germany has agreed that reprisals must not be directed against any other than enemy subjects. Small engagements have taken place ...

    Article : 366 words
  8. [?] [?]TATE COMMANDANT.

    The State Military Commandant [?] is expected to pay [?] of inspection to the Dubbo [?] next week. ...

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  9. RATTALION COMFORTS' FUND.

    In compliance with a request from a number of the citizens of Dubbo, as notified in our advertising columus, the Town Clerk, in the absence of the ...

    Article : 91 words
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  11. "STRICTLY CONTTDENTIAL."

    The confidential sub-committee of the Dubbo War Service Committee is composed of five civilians, who are entrusted with an important duty to the ...

    Article : 204 words
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  13. [?] STAR HOTEL SOLD.

    [?] and Co., Pty., [?] report having effec[?] the [?] of the lease, license, good[?] and furniture of the Westrn Star ...

    Article : 43 words
  14. RAILWAY PIONIC.

    The President of the Railway Picnic Committee (air. E. Ramus) this morning informed a representative of this paper that he had been advised by the ...

    Article : 93 words
  15. EARLIER WIRES.

    A French communique states that the Franco-British artiliery destructively bombarded the German tre[?]es at Boesinghe and silenced two batteries. ...

    Article : 337 words
  16. Personal Notes.

    Mr. K. N. Wilkins left for a trip to the seaside by last night's mail. He intends to be away about three weeks or a mouth. ...

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  17. EMBARGO ON FORD CARS LIFTED.

    Messrs [?] [?] Astley and Co., of Dubbo, local agents for the Ford motor cars, are in receipt of a communication from the Sydrey agents, Messrs. Davies ...

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  18. "ON OUR SELECTION."

    On Monday next at the Empire Han the Bert Bailey Company, direct from the Theatre Royal, Sydney, will appear, for positively one night only, in the ...

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  19. GAR[?]YDWEN RACE CLUB.

    On Saturday last Messrs. McVicar and Dennis sold the rights in conncetion with the above race club's March meeting, at Frith's Occidental Hotel. ...

    Article : 93 words
  20. WOMEN QUARREL.

    Before Mr. Robertson. P.M., in the summons section of the Dubbo Police Court yesterday, Mary Collins, of Erskine-street, Dubbo, proceeded against ...

    Article : 122 words
  21. TERRIBLE MOTOR FATALITY.

    A serious accident occurred between Forbes and Parkes last Saturday morning, and as a result Mr. Edward Jones, a well-known station owner near ...

    Article : 180 words
  22. PROGRESS OF DUBBO.

    As indicating the progress lundo by Dubbo during the past year, it may be mentioned that the amount of gas consumed during that period exceded that ...

    Article : 67 words
  23. Friends at Variance.

    There was considerable curiosity ev[?]d at the Dubbo Court House yesterday morning in anticipation of the evidence to he adduced in a ...

    Article : 280 words
  24. CORONIAL INQUIRY.

    Mr. W. F. Robertson (Coroner) held an inquiry at the Dubbo Court House yesterday afternoon into the circumstances attending the death of Richard ...

    Article : 230 words
  25. CATHOLIC FEDERATION.

    Under the auspices of the Catholic Federation on Sunday evening, Dr. B. J. Harrison delivered a very interesting and instructive lecture on the Theory ...

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  26. FLOUR FOR FLANDERS.

    The Minister for Agriculture states that arrangements have been made with the millers to supply the troops in Flanders with flour. He said: "We ...

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  27. SUCCESSFUL BORING.

    The Pocknall and Christian Well Boring Co. have lately been adding to their already long list of successful bores in this and the surrounding districts. The ...

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  28. Empire Pictures.

    To-marrow night at the Empire the star will be "The Evil Eye," a fine big dramatic photo-play, in which hypnotism plays the chief part. It is a ...

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  29. THE BATTALION BAND.

    The movement for equipping the Dubbo Camp with a battalion band is being warmly taken up by several citizens, headed by Dr. Burkitt, and ...

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  30. RENOVATING THE LANDS OFFICE.

    The exterior of the building used to accommodate the staff of the local Crows Lands Office is undergoing a transformation at the hands of the ...

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  31. EXTREME PRICE FOR CROSSBREDS

    Homebush sheep market last Thursday was extremely buoyant. Values were decidedly in owners favor. Supplies were short and buyers were keen ...

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  32. Bathurst Railway Station Robbed

    A sensational robbery of £533 5s 5d took place at the Bathurst railway station early on Saturday moring last, and as the result of the police ...

    Article : 223 words
  33. CANADIAN PARLIAMENT HOUSE BURNED.

    The Canadian Houses of Parliament at Ottawa have been destroyed by fire, and six lives lost. The House was in session at the time, and several ...

    Article : 138 words
  34. DUBBO RACECOURSE TRUSTEES.

    The three trustees of the Dubbo racecourse, Messrs. G. H. Taylor, J. G. Brown and Donald Cameron, who recently forwarded the resignation of ...

    Article : 140 words
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  36. TERRAMUNGAMINE F.S.A.

    The business to be brought before the members of the Terramungamine branch of the F.S.A. on Wednesday, 16th February, at 8 p.m., includes the ...

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  39. DOBBO HOSPITAL PRESIDENT.

    In connection with his re-election for the forty-third time as president of the Dubbo District Hospital, Mr. G. H. Taylor has received many letters and ...

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  40. THE TEMPERATURE.

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  41. TELEPHONE CONSTRUCTION.

    Mr. Richard Taylor, telephone expert, has just compieted the erection of two private telephone lines in the Dubbo district. These are constructed on the ...

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  42. CATHOLIC BAZAAR ABANDONED.

    For year it has been the custom for the adher[?] of the Catholic faith in Dubbo to org[?]ise and carry out a bazuar during show week, These have ...

    Article : 141 words
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