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  2. FROM OUR EXCHANGES

    Mr. Reid met with a severe accident whilst returning from Tooraweena[?] to his home at Brolga. As lie w riding along horse slipped and fell ...

    Article : 78 words
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  5. WORTH REMEMBERING.

    It is interesting to recall that it was in 1913 that Mr. Clement Wragge issued his fomous long range forecast, and a very correct one it has been up ...

    Article : 144 words
  6. THE RECRUITING CAMPAIGN.

    Professor Macintyre states that although recruiting has already shown an increase, it must be doubled if New South Wales is to keep up her end. ...

    Article : 117 words
  7. GOLLAN CROPS.

    Mr. D, Ross says:—Everybody is busy harvesting out Gollan way. The crops are turning out fairly well. A lot of the crops have gone down, but ...

    Article : 68 words
  8. TRAPPED AT LAST.

    A message from Deepwator to the "Daily Telegraph" says:—After ranging for years over about 12 square miles of country-between Deepwater ...

    Article : 165 words
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  10. SCOTCH WOMAN IN THE WAR.

    The "Daily Chronicle" Salonika correspondent states that the only woman appearing in a camp of 1600 wounded Serbs is Miss Flora Sands, ...

    Article : 182 words
  11. AUSTRALIANS ENTERTAINED.

    Several hundreds of the Australians were granted Christinas leave from France, and others from the convalescent camps at Salisbury Plains. ...

    Article : 93 words
  12. A PUBLIC CONVENIENCE.

    The Minister for Local Government (Mr. J. D. Fitzgerald) has recently written to all shire councils, inviting their attention to the great public n ...

    Article : 108 words
  13. FOUR DOUBLE HANGINGS.

    Since the year 1848 there have been 28 executions in Bathurst, including those of the Tottenham murderers. The majority of the crimes for which ...

    Article : 93 words
  14. "DOIN ALL RIGHT"

    An exchange states that the following lines may serve as a "knocker" to the many who, unthinkingly, write their troubles to the brave boys at the ...

    Article : 268 words
  15. A VALUABLE PLANT.

    The appearance of a strange plant on his property recently caused Mr. Reg. Smith, of Mulgunnie, near Trunkey, some concern, especially as it was ...

    Article : 119 words
  16. A MIRACULOUS ULOtrS ESCAPE.

    As the mail train was travelling be tween Clandulla and Brogan's Creek recently a man named Luff fell out of a carriage on to the permanent way, ...

    Article : 119 words
  17. COONAMBLE JOCKEY CLUB.

    The annual report of the Coonamble Jockey Club, which is just to hand, states that a heavy loss was experienced during the past year. The annual ...

    Article : 133 words
  18. GRAIN ELEVATORS.

    The Department of Agriculture has stated in regard to the bulk handling of wheat that this system will include one terminal grain elevator at Sydney, ...

    Article : 82 words
  19. "ECONOMY" IN HIGH JOBS.

    On June 4th, 1915, Mr. J. Harper, Chief Commissioner for Railways, was granted a month's leave on full pay—£60 per week, £8 17B per day, including ...

    Article : 247 words
  20. A MATTER OF RATES.

    At Junee recently J. H. Mould was sued by the Council for £20 8s 7d alleged to be due as a balance in rates. It was explained that the defendant ...

    Article : 118 words
  21. LABOR AND THE DABLING SEAT.

    Considerable interest is being evinced over the selection of a Labor candidate for the Darling seat, at present held by Mr. W. G. Spence. who has ...

    Article : 172 words
  22. OPPOSED TO OURTAILMENT.

    The Coonamble P.P. Board at its last meeting discussed the question of the curtailment of reserves, and the opinion was expressed that any r ...

    Article : 135 words
  23. DUKE OF ATHOLL'S HIGHLANDERS

    Most of the 250 Highland "giants" who composed the Duke of Atholl's private army are now at the front. The Highlanders have always been ...

    Article : 110 words
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  25. DEATH OF MR. J. RESTALL.

    There has passed away at his residence, Gisborue-streel. one of Wellington's old identities, in the person of Mr. John Resiall, whose name was at ...

    Article : 254 words
  26. ENGAGEMENTS ANNOUNCED.

    Among the latest engagements announced are:—Jim, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Paxton, of Geurie. and May, second eldest daughter of Mr. ...

    Article : 81 words
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  28. MESSAGE FROM THE SEA.

    Mrs. Devine, who is at present staying in Inverell with her son, Mr. G. P. Devine, a few days ago received In strange fashion a message from m ...

    Article : 148 words
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