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  2. COMMERCIAL. DAIRY PRODUCE.

    The Berrima District Farm and Dairy. Company, Ltd., report under date 5th April:—Butter: Since our last report choicest and first, grade batters have been reduced to ...

    Article : 244 words
  3. Advertising

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    Advertising : 47 words
  4. PNEUMONIC INFLUENZA. INOCULATED PERSONS ESCAPE BEST.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—The comparatively few eases so far analysed in Sydney indicate a much greater percentage of deaths among those not inoculated than among those ...

    Article : 36 words
  5. BALLINA.

    Just prior to nightfall last evening steady rain commenced to fall, and intermittent showers also fell during the night. The gauge at the local creamery showed 75 points up ...

    Article : 830 words
  6. PERSONAL.

    The Eight Rev. Dr. Stephen, Bishop of Tasmania, has been elected to the see of Newcastle, in succession to Bishop Stretch. Lieut.-Colonel Chaseling, who has been ...

    Article : 983 words
  7. TINTENBAR SHIRE COUNCIL.

    The Tintenbar Shire Council met on Wednesday last. Cr. A. E. Biggs (President) occupied the chair, and with him were Crs. D. A. Robins, J. Fitzpatrick and J. H. ...

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  8. LATEST REPORTS.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—There were three deaths from 'pneumonia at Bathurst during the 24 hours ending eight o'clock last night. Twenty-two deaths and 177 fresh cases were ...

    Article : 71 words
  9. The Northern Star,

    Single Copy—One Penny Halfpenny. 9s per Quarter in Advance, Posted or Delivered. In Advance Rates will not apply when Accounts have to be Rendered. ...

    Article : 44 words
  10. RAILWAY MEN'S OBJECTION.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—The City Council has decided to insure its health officers for £500 each against the risk from influenza. Railway men on certain country goods and ...

    Article : 88 words
  11. GENERAL NEWS. ACCIDENTALLY SHOT.

    Mrs. H. Hughes, of Uki, was accidentally shot with a pea rifle at the week-end. She is now progressing favorably in the Tweed District Hospital. It is stated that the rifle ...

    Article : 70 words
  12. PRODUCE MARKET.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—A quiet market ruled generally in Sussex-street to-day, with maize still showing a tendency to decline in price, but all round there was no change ...

    Article : 169 words
  13. ACCIDENT ON RAILWAY LINE.

    Mr. Hugh McNally, of South Casino, and an employee of the Railway Department, was the victim of a painful accident while working on the line near the racecourse ...

    Article : 83 words
  14. NEW CASES.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—Two more deaths were reported from the quarantine station at North Head this morning. Two nurses and two of the hospital staff at the station have' ...

    Article : 64 words
  15. FRUIT MARKET.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—Applies 3s to 14s, pears ls 6d to 15s, bananas 17s to 23s, lemons 18s to 30s, grapes 3s to 15s, peaches 5s to 10s, pineapples 10s to 16s. ...

    Article : 32 words
  16. LAND APPLICATIONS.

    The following applications were lodged with the local Crown Land agent for the week ending Saturday:—Harry King, special lease of 120 acres, parish Pimlico, county ...

    Article : 77 words
  17. THE ORARA RELEASED.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—The steamer Orata has been released from quarantine. ...

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  18. VEGETABLE MARKET.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—Tomatoes 6d to 10d, cabbages Is 6d to 7s, marrows 4s to 7s, beans 3s to 5s 6d, peas 14s, onions £15 to £17, potatoes £15 to £17, pumpkins 10s ...

    Article : 42 words
  19. BIG LIST OF CASES.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—During the 24 hours ended noon to-day 24 deaths from pneumonic influenza occurred in the metropolitan hospitals. Two hundred and eleven ...

    Article : 97 words
  20. OPENING OF NEW PORTS.

    Concerning decentralisation Lieut-Colonel Abbott remarked in opening the Quirindi show that there were about 2,000,000 people in the State, and all their produce, etc., had ...

    Article : 105 words
  21. FISH MARKET.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—Schnapper ls 6d, prawns 6d to ls, jewfish 9d per lb.; black bream 36s to 45a, blackfish 12s to 16s, flathead 30s to 40s, river garfish 18s to 30s, sea ...

    Article : 71 words
  22. PIG MARKET.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—Pigs were in fairly heavy' supply yesterday, the pennings totalling about 2320. Porkers preponderated. The general quality of the offering was fair. ...

    Article : 71 words
  23. CESSNOCK PRECAUTIONS.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—There are now five cases of influenza in the Cessnock district. A section of the residents asked the shire clerk to convene a special meeting of the ...

    Article : 77 words
  24. HOMESTEAD FARMS FOR SOLDIERS.

    Under the provisions of the Crown Lands Consolidation Act and the Returned Soldiers Settlement Act, preferential rights have been granted to the undersigned returned ...

    Article : 105 words
  25. DIVORCE COURT.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—In the Sydney Divorce Court, Helen Margar Grant von Schultze (formerly Schmidt) asked for a dissolution of her marriage with Eric Herbert ...

    Article : 281 words
  26. THE WEATHER. HEAVY RAIN AT LISMORE.

    Heavy rain has fallen at Lismore since Tuesday night. The registration to 9 a.m. yesterday was 92 points, and an additional inch was recorded to 6 p.m. It was still ...

    Article : 85 words
  27. CASES AT DEEPWATEB AND ARMIDALE.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—Two suspected cases are notified from Deepwater. Both patients are recent arrivals from Sydney. Another death occurred at Orange to-day. A ...

    Article : 50 words
  28. THE GORGE SCHEME.

    " Following oil his wonderfully successful meeting at Lismore" (says the "Daily Examiner") Dr. Page leaves to-day for Inverell, where he will address a meeting to-night ...

    Article : 140 words
  29. THE FORECAST.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—The forecast is —Showers on the central and north coast; otherwise fine and cool, with south-east winds. ...

    Article : 20 words
  30. METROPOLITAN SHOPS.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—The Government has decided not to order, shops in the metropolitan area to close on Friday nights, bot has decided to request the shopkeepers to ...

    Article : 61 words
  31. NORTH COAST RAILWAY.

    Mr. G. S. Briner, M.L.A., in reply to a Bellinger River Chamber of Commerce inquiry) as to when it is considered practicable to open the section of the North Coast ...

    Article : 108 words
  32. B. AND F. BIBLE SOCIETY.

    A meeting of the Lismore branch of the British and Foreign Bible. Society was held in the L.M.C.A. Hall on Tuesday night, presided over by the president, Mr. F. Wicks. ...

    Article : 216 words
  33. QUEENSLAND NEWS.

    BRISBANE, Wednesday.—In connection with the anti-Russian riot at South Brisbane on March 24 Thomas Drane, a returned soldier, was charged to-day with firing several ...

    Article : 239 words
  34. KEEPING AWAY FROM ORANGE.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday. — Complications have arisen in the Bathurst railway running staff through the disinclination of the men to take up duty at Orange, where many cases ...

    Article : 51 words
  35. MANAGEMENT OF RAILWAYS

    The hon, secretary of the Grafton Chamber of. Commerce. (Mr. D, McFarlane) has received a letter from Mr. W. A. Zuill, M.L.A., from which the following excerpt, ...

    Article : 235 words
  36. BRUNSWICK HEADS EASTER CAMP.

    In consequence of the influenza epidemic it has been decided to abandon the annual Easter camp of the Presbyterian Fellowship Union, which was to have been held at ...

    Article : 265 words
  37. MOTOR CAR TRAVELLERS.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday. — Mr. Holman stated to-night that the Government intended to put persons travelling by motor car from Sydney and Newcastle to various parts ...

    Article : 47 words
  38. THE LABOR PARTY.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—The Australlian Labor Party in a circular appealing for financial assistance states that whatever the rights or wrongs of the Russian situation, ...

    Article : 94 words
  39. COUNCILS' DUTIES.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—The Minister for Health stated to-night that as all the councils throughout the State were primarily health authorities it was imperatively ...

    Article : 89 words
  40. LAND APPLICATIONS.

    The following applications were lodged at Casino Lands Office for the week ended Saturday last:—'William Johnston, a.c.p., 140 acres, parish Capeen, county Buller, and ...

    Article : 184 words
  41. ANOTHER DEATH.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—Another member of the crew of the steamer St. George from. New Zealand died this afternoon. ...

    Article : 19 words
  42. STATE POLITICS.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—Mr. Lane, M.L.A., speaking at Armidale, said the leadership of the National Party by any other man than Mr. Holman was unthinkable. He added ...

    Article : 44 words
  43. Advertising

    {No abstract available}

    Advertising : 127 words
  44. PELLMONGERING INDUSTRY.

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday.—Mr. Watt declares that the statement of Mr., E. Riley, M.P., to the effect that the scouring and fellmongering industries are being mined by the ...

    Article : 63 words
  45. VICTORIAN FIGURES.

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday.—The figures announced to-day were:—Reported, 592 cases; admitted, 84; discharged, 75; now in hospitals, 963; deaths, 17. ...

    Article : 20 words
  46. Advertising

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    Advertising : 105 words
  47. INOCULATION AT ALSTONVILLE.

    At a meeting of the Tintenbar Shire Council on Tuesday Mr. Street reported that he had been in touch with Dr. Gearin, Ballina, who said there would be no difficulty ...

    Article : 80 words
  48. Advertising

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    Advertising : 44 words
  49. RAINBOW'S WEATHER FORECAST.

    Rainbow's weather forecasts giving probable weather conditions in New South Wales for 1919. Price 1, posted la l½d. Address, "Star" Office. ...

    Article : 25 words
  50. Advertising

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    Advertising : 31 words
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