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  2. Gifts from the Government.

    Committees of local churches and other institutions may be interested to learn that plants from thr Gosford Nursery arr now available for distribution to trustees in ...

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    A GATHERING which Mr Roid addressed on Monday night in the Temperance-hall, Sydney, was a meet ing excluisvely of Ministerial ...

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    Yesterday a Revision Court was held, when 36 names were added to the electoral roll for this district. ...

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  5. Advertising

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    YESTERDAY about 1 o'clock Dr. A. S. Bowman, of Pelham, received the following startling wire from Muswellbrook from Mr. F. Wilkinson:— ...

    Article : 331 words
  7. Wesleyan Anniversary Services.

    The anniversary services at the local Weslayen Church take place on Sunday, at which the Rev. C. J. Prescott, M.A., will officiate. ...

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  8. Read This.

    I am going to paint my shop, aud the painters must have room to work; they say I must shift half of my stock. I am going to do it; I start from today to cut ...

    Article : 66 words
  9. Local Successful Tenderers.

    Messrs Morris and King, contractors, of Singleton, are the successful tenderers for the construction of a bridge over Oakey Creek road, Tamworth to Barraba, the ...

    Article : 31 words
  10. Cinderella Dance.

    The public attention is called, by way of reminder, to the Cinderella dance to be hold to-morrow evening at the Mechanics' Institute, in aid of the funds of the ...

    Article : 63 words
  11. The Municipal Grant.

    The Premier's special grant of 2s 6d in the £ to the various municipalities on rates collected last year will mean that the local Council will receive a sum ...

    Article : 51 words
  12. Stock Boards' Council of Advice.

    At the annual meeting of delegates from the various stock boards of the colony, which commenced in Sydney on Monday, and at which Singleton is represented, it ...

    Article : 123 words
  13. University Examinations.

    As there appears to be an impression in some quarters that the University public examinations have been or are about to be abolished, we are requested to state that ...

    Article : 98 words
  14. Tenders for Railway Sleepers.

    A large number of tenders have been received by the Railway Commissioners for the supply of railway sleepers. There were 170 tenders, from ail parts of the ...

    Article : 105 words
  15. Serious Accident at Greta.

    A girl named Celin Woods, the 10-yearsold daughter of Mr and Mrs Woods, met with a very painful and serious accident on Tuesday morning. The girl with her ...

    Article : 130 words
  16. Death of Mrs Sheridan.

    On Tuesday night Mrs Ann Sheridan, mother of Mr John Sheridan, manager of the drapery department of Messrs James Moore and Co., Ltd., Singleton, passed ...

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    AT an inquest this morning, relative to the death of a girl named Ada Maud Hodges, which occurred under suspicious circumstances yesterday at ...

    Article : 187 words

    IN the Assembly this afternoon, the Speaker (Sir Joseph Abbott) was absent through illness. Mr M'Court occupied the chair, and apologised for ...

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  19. Fire at Ellisland.

    "We regret to learn that Mr M. Waddell, of Ellisland, was a heavy loser by a fire which took place on his property last Monday. The outbreak occurred about 5 ...

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    A MEETING was recently held, at Mr John Boyce's, Webber's Creek, to present Miss M'Gregor, the late teacher of the Webber's Creek Public ...

    Article : 368 words
  21. Dentistry.

    Mr PERCY B. COHEN, Dentist, of West Maitland, will visit Singleton on Saturday, July 9th, 9 till 5, when all work pertaining to dentistry will be carried ...

    Article : 96 words
  22. Football.

    The following players will represent the All Saints' F. C. in their match against the Church Lad's Brigade. F. C. on Saturday next, play to commence at 2 p.m:—E. ...

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    THE leader of the Opposition is at present in the Hume electorate trying to persuade the electors there to return him at the general election. In ...

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  24. The Singleton Argus.

    THE coming general election undoubtedly promises to be fought out upon the Federal leadership issue. It is more than a pity that such an ...

    Article : 911 words

    THE usual monthly meeting of the loeal Band of Hope was held here on Friday last, and, though the wet evening militated against the attendance, ...

    Article : 212 words
  26. Cypher Telegrams.

    The Postal Conference held at Hobart in April last had under consideration, amongst a variety of other questions, the matter of cypher messages. As a result of the ...

    Article : 226 words

    NEW South Wales: Fine to cloudy generally. There is a tendency to showers along the southern border, frost at inland parts. Squally from ...

    Article : 42 words



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