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    A farewell social was tendered to Mr. T. F. Bissett in the Presbyterian Church last night on the occasion of his leaving the district. A large number attended, ...

    Article : 558 words
  3. ELMORE.

    The monthly meeting of the Elmore Waterworks Trust was held on Monday evening. Present: — Commissioners J. Marks (chairman), T. Parsons, A. J. Rogers, ...

    Article : 224 words

    Mrs. Woolcock entertained her music pupils and their parents on Friday afternoon. The pupils each contributed an item, after which Mrs. woolcock presented ...

    Article : 161 words
  5. MALDON.

    The captain of the Maldon Rifle Club had received a letter from the supervisor of the rifle clubs, congratulating them on their high percentage of efficient ...

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    Messrs. J. C. Morrow, J. J. Embury and — Watt, Js.P., presided at the Police Court this morning. A hawker's and pedlar's license was granted to W. H. B. ...

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    The Misses Hay, Home Estate, Kamarooka, entertained the school children in the Kamarooka Hall on Friday, 11th December, the school breaking up earlier ...

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    A married man named Edward, Shepherd, farmer, of Coonooer Bridge, was arrested on Tuesday on a charge of sheep-stealing. He was brought before Mr. W. ...

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    A Strawberry Fair, in aid of the local Presbyterian Church, took place in the Mechanics' Hall last night. There was a good attendance, the Rev. Mr. Ash in the ...

    Article : 104 words
  10. NYAH.

    The Nyah Government pumping plant recommenced pumping to-day. The officer in charge considers that the condition of the river flow is satisfactory, and will ...

    Article : 105 words

    The Rev. F. Menzies, who came from Ballarat six years ago to become the pastor of the Castlemaine Congregational Church, has resigned the position, he ...

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    HOSPITAL SUNDAY.—The final meeting of the Kangaroo Flat Hospital Sunday committee was held last evening. present:— Messrs. E. G. Yeates (in the chair), G. ...

    Article : 164 words
  13. COHUNA.

    A little daughter of Mr. Hood, orchardist, residing about three miles out, was very severely burned yesterday, morning. Mrs. Hood was preparing two elder children ...

    Article : 78 words
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  15. ECHUCA.

    Reference was made at the meeting of the Echuca Agricultural Society on Friday to the deaths among the poultry sent by rail from Echuca to Bendigo after the ...

    Article : 264 words

    For the first time in the history of the above trust, the ratepayers were called upon to exercise their voting powers yesterday in the selection of representatives. Seven ...

    Article : 138 words
  17. KERANG.

    Exception is taken by the Kerang school committee to the fact that although extensive additions, such as science, sloyd, and cookery class rooms (involving an ...

    Article : 209 words
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