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  2. Obituary

    It is with great regret that we have to chronicle the death of Mrs. Maria Kiiby, wife of Mr. Daniel Kilby, of Dick'a Camp, Collie, which sad event ...

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  3. Advertising

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  4. THE WAR.

    The Pope has written to the Kaiser, requesting the German high command to allow, under restrictions, the immediate restoration of Rheims Cathedral, ...

    Article : 59 words
  5. LATEST WIRES

    The following forecast has been issued for New. South Walos:—Sultry with more thunderstorms in the northeast quarter; fine and cool elsewhere, ...

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  6. CHURCH OF ENGLAND SERVICE HOURS.

    We are asked by the Rector of Dubbo to say that from next Sunday the hour of evening service in Trinity Church will be 8.15 instead of 7.30. ...

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  7. Our Soldiers.

    Mr. and Mrs. G. Robinsou, of the Minore Hotel, have received interesting letters from their two sons, Sergeant Loch, and Corporal Leslie b ...

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  8. Hughes and the Imperial Conference.

    The question whether Mr. Bughes intends to go to London to attend the Imperial Conference as Commonwealth representative has not been determined ...

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  9. YEAR'S RAINFALL.

    The figures are now available for Dubbo, setting forth the rainfall for the various periods as hereunder:-For the month of December, 1916, the ...

    Article : 93 words
  10. Proposed National Government.

    Mr. Joseph Cook, conferred with several of his leading suporters be the proposed National Government. It is believed that something definite will ...

    Article : 33 words
  11. IMPORTANT FURNITURE MITUBE SALE.

    Mr. Joseph Field will offer on Wednesday next the valuable furniture and effects of Mrs. E. A, Mumford at public auction. Particulars appear in ...

    Article : 46 words
  12. More Shearing Trouble.

    Futher trouble is looming in the shearing industry. It is understood that the shearers will repeat their demands for higher wages. The whole ...

    Article : 42 words
  13. DAYLIGHT SAVING.

    Athough there have leen a fe'v complaints from a number of mole-eyed citizens against the adoption of daylight saving, there is at least one sec ...

    Article : 134 words
  14. STOCK AND LAND RETURNS.

    The Secretary of the Dubbo P.P. Board intimates that all stock and land returns are due not later than Wednesday nest, January 10th, and imust ...

    Article : 53 words
  15. THE POPE ASKED TO INTERVENE.

    A Rome message states that the Emperor and Empress of Austria have requested the Pope to intervene to secure peace. ...

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  16. Railway Workers Alleged to be Starving.

    The Secretary of the Amalgamated Railway Workers' Union declares that starvation and distress is resulting from the discharge of men from ri ...

    Article : 39 words
  17. A RUSSIAN SUCCESS.

    A Russian official message savs:-We attacked the heights on the Roumanian front, southwards of Mount Botock, taking 600 prisoners, three ...

    Article : 87 words
  18. MONARCH-EMPIRE PICTUEES.

    The Monarch-Empire Pictures will show to-night (Friday) at the Monarch Stadium only, when the sixth episode in the "Iron Claw" will be screened, ...

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  19. Will Hurt the Farmers most.

    Prime Minister Hughes states that if the wheat farmers carry out their threat to plant less wheat next year, they will be the principal sufferers ...

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  20. LOCAL AND GENERAL.

    The policc are in receipt of a NO flcation from the Chief Sccrctary the effect that the use of traps for the catching of fish has been prohibitedlbitcd ...

    Article : 62 words
  21. BREACHES OF THE LIQUOR ACT.

    John Smith and Thomas Sutton were charged at the Police Court this morning with being fouud on the premises of the Overland Hotel in contraven ...

    Article : 118 words
  22. Norton-Griffiths Agreement.

    The Minister for Works, Mr. Bail, denies that there is any truth in the report that the Government intend to relieve the Norton-Griffith syndicate of ...

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  23. CEASELESS BRITISH ACTIVITY.

    A corresponding reports ceaseless activity along the British front on the West, where the guns are constantly destroying the enemy defences and ...

    Article : 137 words
  24. EXCURSION TO MELBOURNERARON TO MEISOTJBKE.

    The Bailway Department announces the issue of cheap tickets to Melbourne by train leaving Dubbo at 5.50 p.m. on January 10th. ...

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  25. The Farmers President and the Wheat Board.

    It is understood that Mr, A. K. Trethowan, M.L.C., President of the Farmers and Settlers' Association, has been chosen as a direct resen ...

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  26. DIED IN THE BUSH.

    Frank Murphy, an exployee of the Wingadee Shire Council, perished in the bush on Tuesday, 35 miles from Coonamble. Murphy, while driving ...

    Article : 105 words
  27. FOR THE GOOD OF THE HOSPITAL

    A statement in connection with the recent Geuric Carnival has been issued, which shown that the net result amounted to £170. As half of this ...

    Article : 69 words
  28. FOUND TO BE NOT INSANE.

    In the Police Court this morning, before Mr. W. F. Robertson, P.M., a man named Leopold Perrin was before the Court on a charge of being deemed to ...

    Article : 79 words
  29. CONTINENTAL WOOLLEN MILLS.

    Winchcombe, Carson, Ltd., write:-"Acting preparations are being made in France to resume business in the woollen trade as quickly as possible ...

    Article : 132 words
  30. Serious Trouble in the Iron Industry.

    The Victorian loundry employees decided to cease work to-day as a result of the dispute existing in the trade, and which was brought about by the ...

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  31. DEATH OF MISS H. A. FURNEY.

    Another good and useful life has fallen to the sickle of the Grim Reaper, the victun being Miss Harriett Aun Furney, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John ...

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  32. COLLAPSED IN THE STEEET,

    News was received in Wellington on Tuesday last that Thomas Milne, a railway employee, had dropped dead in Sydney. Deceased, who was ll ...

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  33. Talbragar Shire, No. 85.

    The nominations for candidates to represent "A," "B," and "C" Ridings in the Talbragar Shire Council closed with the Returning Officer. ...

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  34. PROTECTION OF ABORIGINES.

    The report of the Chief Secretary's Department in dealing with the Aborigines' Protection Board, States that the year's work has progressed most ...

    Article : 235 words
  35. GEEMAN CLAIMS.

    The Germans claim that Mackensen conquered a sector north-west of Pocsani, and repulsed a strong cavalry attack westward of the mouth of the ...

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  36. RAINFALL RECORD.

    Mr. Charles Carr, of "The Meadows," Obley Boad, who reports regularly to the Commonwealth Meteorologist at Melbourne, has furnished ...

    Article : 140 words
  37. Farmers and the Wheat Crop.

    The manner in which the Federal Government is dealing with the wheat yield throughout the Commonwealth is causing a great deal of dissatisfaction ...

    Article : 650 words
  38. RE-INSTATEMENT OF THE SHOW GROUND.lOtrNT>

    As the result of the interview which Mr. Frank Mack (President of the Dubbo P., A. and H. Association) and Mr. F. Weston (Secretary) had with ...

    Article : 196 words
  39. INDECENT LANGUAGE.

    the Police Court this morning, Mr. A. T. Cochrane, C.M., Charles Macnamara and Henry George Davis were charged with using de ...

    Article : 163 words
  40. THE BATTLE OF SIRETH.

    French military experts hold the opinion that the battle of Sireth, which has now begun, will determine the issue of the whole Roumanian m ...

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  41. GERMANY ENCOURAGES GREECE.

    The "Echo de Paris" writes that Berlin imagines that King Constantino is strong enough to threaten General Sarrail's rear; hence Germany cour ...

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  42. ORANGE BLOSSOMS.

    A very quiet but pretty wedding was solemnised in Sydney during the holidays, when Richard, youngest son of the Sate Maurice and Mrs. Hearn, of ...

    Article : 91 words
  43. A PURELY MILTTARY QUESTION.

    France demands that the Greek question, which is purely military, should, he settled by the military. ...

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  44. DEATH OF A CHILD.

    The death, occurred on Tuesday at the District Hospital of Eileen, the 53year-old daughter of Mr. and Mre. Charles Godden, of Darling-street, the ...

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  45. GERMAN SHIPPING ONLY RESTING.

    A Berlin paper states that German oversea shipping has not been ousted, but is only resting, and adds that after the war Germany hopes to possess the ...

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  46. RAILWAY FIREMAN KILLED.

    Albert James Jamieson, a railway fireman lately residing with his wife and three children at Batburst South met his death in a sudden and shocking ...

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  47. EARTHQUAKE AT ORANGE.

    At about 2 o'clock on Monday morning last a violent earth tremor was felt throughout the Orange district, with a general direction of north-west ...

    Article : 105 words
  48. A Sylvan Retreat,

    Now that the daylight saving system is in operation, the people of this town, like those of other places in the country, find that it gives them ther ...

    Article : 375 words
  49. WELLINGTON SPECIAL STOCK SALE.

    Messrs. Bedford, Taylor and Weston, Ltd., Wellington, draw the special attention of all buyers to their advertisement in this issue, that they will ...

    Article : 94 words
  50. DEATH OF AN OCTOGENARIAN.

    On Wednesday at Manly there passed over to the Great Beyond another of the pioneers of the West in the person of Mrs. Campbell. The ...

    Article : 408 words
  51. EMPEROR AND PREMIER CONFER

    Count Tirza has arrived in Vienna, and is conferring with Emperor Charles. ...

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  52. HEW RAILWAY COMMISSIONERS.

    The new Railway Commissioners have taken up their duties as follows: —Mr. Fraser, as Chief Commissioner, will have charge of the policy and ...

    Article : 60 words
  53. ROUMANIAN PARLIAMENT,

    Bourenici, Roumanian correspondent, says that during the current Parliamentary session there was a notable absence of condemnatory criticism, ...

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  54. McCORMAOK REAPEE AND THRESHER.

    A demonstration of the ability of the McCormack Reaper and Thresher to deal with fallen crops was given at Moore Bros.' farm, "Hillside,"n ...

    Article : 161 words
  55. SHOT BY THE CHAUFFEUR.

    A sensational shooting affair occurred at the residence of Mr. Francis McBean McLcod, contractor and builder at Summer Hill, early on d ...

    Article : 226 words
  56. LIGHT HORSE COMFOETS FOND.

    Miss K. Baird, of "Cootha," honorary local collector for the 6th and 7th Light Horse Comforts Fund, informs us that during last year, from ...

    Article : 95 words
  57. PRESIDENT WILSON WILL MAKE ONE MORE MOVE.

    It is definitely stated in Washington that President Wilson, on receipt of the Allies' reply, will not drop peace negotiations, but will make at least ...

    Article : 37 words
  58. A CORONER'S COMMENT.

    At the inquiry concerning the death of the young woman, Mary Josephine Hodges, whose body wan found in the Cowal at Trangie the other day, the ...

    Article : 185 words
  59. A FRENCH DENIAL.

    The French Admiralty denies absolutely a German wireless of the torpedoeing of the battleship Vcrite. ...

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  60. PROTESTANT ALLIANCE,

    The election of officers of the Dubbo branch of the Protestant Alliance Friendly Society took place at the lodge room on Tuesday evening last. ...

    Article : 105 words
  61. A CORRESPONDENT'S OPINION.

    A correspondent of the Westminster "Gazette" admits that a general belief that the war would likely end in 1917 was not unreasonable, but ...

    Article : 92 words
  62. OUR NEW BANDMASTER.

    Mr. S. J. Blackwell, who has accepted the position of bandmaster-of the Dubbo Citizens' Band. has taken up his residence in Dubbo, and assumed ...

    Article : 234 words
  63. OLD WELLINGTON RESIDENT GONE.

    An old district resident of Wellington, in the person of Mr. George Bell, died at a Wellington private hospital yesterday, at the age of 71 years, ...

    Article : 143 words
  64. EARLIER CABLES.

    General Haig says that enemy artillery this morning was very active in the neighbourhood of Souchez and on the southern half of the Ypres salient. ...

    Article : 143 words
  65. CONTROL OF JUVENILES.

    Now that the summer season is with us, and outdoor recreation and amusement is essential to the tired and jaded worker, such should be made ...

    Article : 228 words
  66. LOCAL RETAIL PRICES.

    Batter (factory), la 7Jd per lb. Chickwheat, 5s per bushed. Gats, 8s 6d per bushel. Floor, 19s per bog. ...

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  67. A WONGABJBON SEND-OEF.

    On Wednesday afternoon last a hearty and flattering Bend-off was tendered to Private Claude Carters by the Loyal Wongarbon Lodge, M.U.,I.O.O.F. ...

    Article : 250 words
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