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    A patriotic meeting was held at the Town Hall, Granville, on Monday evening. The Mayor (Alderman J.R. Charlton ) presided, and with him on the ...

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    Parrmatta ladies, after a hard week's work, have given a splendid contribution towards the clothing equipment of the expeditionary forces. Monday was ...

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    British soldiers are now taking part in the actual fighting on the Continent. The first authentic nows of the where abouts of the Expeditionary forces is ...

    Article : 611 words
  5. THE WAR.

    The intelligence to hand yesterday, just before we went to press, was that "the great battle" was raying, a few miles south of the historic field of ...

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  6. The Cumberland Argus AND Fruitgrowers' Advocate. WITH WHICH ARE INCORPORATED The Cumberland Mercury, River Times, Weekly Advance, Cumberland Free Press and Ryde Electorate Press. PARRAMATTA, AUGUST 26, 1914.

    No one known the battlegrounds of Europe better than Dr. Fitchett, the author of "How England Saved Europe," etc., and his summary in "Life" for ...

    Article : 86 words
  7. Petty Persecutions.

    The papers continue to publish dally more prosecutions of employers for such great offences as not keeping a particular book or for neglecting to hang up a ...

    Article : 62 words
  8. Over the Cuff.

    While R. Recce was descending Burra-gorang Mountain on Thursday, with a waggon and team of 14 horses, the horses turned a curve too sharply, and the ...

    Article : 81 words
  9. Killed by a Tram.

    A greengrocer named Wilson, about 40 years, of Epping, was knocked down by a tram near the Holy Cross College, in Gladesville-road, Ryde, on Monday night. ...

    Article : 117 words
  10. An Appeal.

    Mr. Wm. Bond, Crown-road, Fairfield, writes:—"Will you kindly inform your readers of the following genuine case of distress? Mr. Phillips, a blind man with ...

    Article : 56 words
  11. Carlingford to Singleton.

    It is stated that the Minister for Defence is keen on the construction of a line of railway from Carilngford to Singleton, passing through Maroota, over the ...

    Article : 75 words
  12. Woman Found Uncon[?].

    A woman was found unconscious near Meadowbank railway station on Monday night. She was taken to Sydney Hospital. She was about 50 years of age, and was ...

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    At the meeting of the Ryde Council, the Mayor announced that he had arranged for a public meeting. Alderman Anderson said he had noticed that in ...

    Article : 371 words
  14. Fruit Case Act.

    Mr. G. Valder, Under-Secretary Department of Agriculture, writes:—"In reply to letter with respect to the sale of fruit in cases, I have the honor to inform you that ...

    Article : 82 words
  15. Another Pire.

    Parramatta Fire Brigade received another call at 8.40 p.m. on Monday to a property occupied by Mr. Frederick Charles Kent, on the Kissing Point-road ...

    Article : 119 words
  16. Thunderbolt's Grave

    On Wednesday last (says the Uralla "Times"), Mr. A. L. Crapp placed a headstone on Thunderbolt's grave in the old cemetery. We understand that the ...

    Article : 85 words
  17. Man'n Terrible Death.

    Mr. D. Gleeson, the proprietor of the Royal Hotel at Boggabri, met with such terrible injuries from burning the other morning that he died within a few hours ...

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  18. Military Sinner.

    A very enjoyable social evening was held at the Parramatta Barracks on Saturday by the officers and non-commissioned officers of area 20B. Major Mutton ...

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  19. Preparing for "the Real Thing."

    The sight on the Back Domain, Parramatta Park, on Saturday was one of a class to which the people of this district may, during the next few months, become ...

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  20. Work for Unemployed.

    We (Dubbo "Dispatch") understand that a communication has been received by the district forest ranger in respect to providing work for 1000 unemployed in this ...

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  21. The Bala of Thumb.

    When the notice appeared in the Press that employers generally were asked to keep and take on as much labor as possible at the present time in order to ...

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    One of the "Argus" reporters was talking the other day to a gentleman, resident in Parramatta who has seen more, perhaps, and knows more ...

    Article : 608 words
  23. Burnt Out.

    The five-room weatherboard cottage in Woodstock-street. Granville, owned and occupied by Mr. T. Squair, was burnt to the ground on Friday night, while he was ...

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    We'll be waitin', we'll be watchin' for the news that comin thro' Of the Boys who held the honor of our White Starred Flag-o' Blue; ...

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  25. The Old Battle of Waterloo.

    Ninety-nine years ago this mid-year the battle of Waterloo was fought, and the proud army of France was dispersed, and the great soldier Napoleon humbled and ...

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  26. Wonderful Surgery.

    In view of many recent wonderful surgical achievements reported from Europe and America, it will be of interest to Australian renders to learn that operations of ...

    Article : 276 words
  27. Marsden Memorial.

    On Christmas Day, 1814, the Rev. Samuel Marsden arrived in the Bay of Islands, and preached the first Christian sermon, thereby ushering in Christianity ...

    Article : 268 words

    A meeting of Dural residents was held in the public school on Monday, and, despite the inclemency of the weather, was very well attended. It was decided to ...

    Article : 129 words
  29. Accidents.

    At the Parramatta Hospital, Andrew John Hillier, 22, was, on the 22nd inst., treated for an injury to one of his eyes, caused through a football accident. ...

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    A landed proprietor in the Armidale district, whoso name is withheld, promises any of his employees going to the war double wages during the time they are ...

    Article : 48 words



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