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  4. A LOYAL DRIVER.

    "A man who wan in the Exeter railway smash, a head-on collision, and who was tried for manslaughter and dismissed the service, whom it cost his fellow workmen ...

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  5. Latest Strike News.

    On Wednesday evening Parramatta was disturbed owing to the incursion of a band of "strikers." They came up from the manufacturing and railway suburbs ...

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  6. THE USUAL LIE.

    Mr. Lang, speaking at Auburn on Monday night, said that those men who had been "previously interested in industrial strikes, when they had struck for ...

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  7. THE JOB'S WORTH IT.

    Mr. Lang at Auburn: "I've been on the same platform all my life and always-will-be. I marked ray course out and I followed it. Some go out of the Labor ...

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  8. EASTWOOD COUNCIL UNANIMOUS.

    The Manning Council's resolution of loyalty and assistance for the Government in the present grave crisis was before Eastwood Council on Wednesday. ...

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  9. BLACKTOWN.

    Price of firewood locally up to 25/- ]ier ton, and not box or ironbark it that. Motor lorries are delivering goods, groceries, etc., from Clyde and Sydney to ...

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  10. A SAD SCENE.

    It was a pitiable sight at Granville on Thursday to see hundreds of railway employees of many years' service receiving their last pay docket and also handing in ...

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  11. BEECROFT LOYAL.

    The Beecroft School of Arts was crowded oil Monday in response to an invitation issued by the Progress Association to the residents (but not the press) to ...

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  12. NO OBEY HAIRS.

    Mr. Lang, in his Auburn address, gave a tedious harangue about the alleged ill-effects upon the health and lives of the men who worked under the Taylor card ...

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  14. WENTWORTHVILLE.

    Boots.—Ladies' fancy Shoes; special line Men's Mineral Kip Cossacks just in, Lovridge's, at station, Wontworthville. ...

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  15. FORTY THOUSAND TO ONE.

    Mr. Lang told the Auburn people that Mr. Fraser had broken his promise not to interfere with working conditions while the war was on. That was the man, he ...

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  16. PRIME MINISTER'S APPEAL.

    "Australia is at war fighting for her very life; tens of thousands of unionists are fighting and dying in the trenches of Flanders to-day. The Empire looks to ...

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  17. THE NEW CHURCH.

    A representative meeting of members connected with the Anglican Church, took place in the School of Arts on Thursday for the purpose of discussing the new ...

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  18. ONLY AN INDUSTRIAL FIGHT.

    Mr. Lang's gang does not want, as a political party, to interfere with the industries of the country. So he told an Auburn strike audience on Monday. They ...

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  19. WARN THEM OFF.

    The Mister Facing Two-ways in the Parramatta Council (weak minds engineered in secret) will perhaps have an opportunity, to prove, "for all they, are ...

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  20. WEST PROGRESS ASSOCIATION.

    A well-attended meeting was held or Saturday at Mr. Gallagher's store, it was resolved to write Alderman Freame thanking him for his efforts to effect a ...

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  21. LOYAL AUBURN.

    The Manning Shire Council wrote to the Auburn Council forwarding copy of resolution passed by that body, expressing its determination to assist the Government ...

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  22. THE BITER BITTEN.

    Some of the loyalists, men occupying very responsible positions in the railway service, had funny experiences last week. One of the smartest men in the service ...

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  23. A MAYOR'S LOYALTY.

    Rydalmere Council on Wednesday, unanimously decided to co-operate with Maiming Shire Council in the following: "That this council places on record its ...

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  24. COUNCIL DECLINED.

    A requisition, numerously signed, was received at the meeting of the Auburn Council on Monday from certain, ratepayers unit residents, asking that a ...

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  25. A BIG MEETING.

    On Tuesday evening some thousands of men women and children assembled at the Colonnade, Granville, where Mr. Frank Walford delivered in address. ...

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  26. THE MINISTER'S PROPERTY.

    Mr. Lang, the Parliamentary representative of the striker portion of the community down Auburn way, hopes (so ho said on Monday night) that "a lot of you ...

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  27. WESTMEAD.

    During the week an emu egg was picked up here, and on examination it was found to contain the fully developed remains of a chick. ...

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  28. THE STRAIGHT ISSUE.

    In view of all the mendacious inventions of tho strike press agencies, tho public should be impressed never to lose sight of the straight issue, which the ...

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  29. HISTORY REPEATS ITSELF.

    Messrs. Allen, Heaver, Hall and Partridge are taking their eggs to Sydney by road. They report that parts of the Sydney-road arc almost impassable near ...

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  30. LOYALTY HURTS.

    Mr. Lang says he is surprised to see some unionists who are on strike, and more surprised to see some who are at work. Some of the latter, he said at ...

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  31. PROSPECT

    On Sunday evening when returning home from yarding a cow Victor Pond, riding his bicycle, collided with Mr. Bos-well's cart, and received injuries to his ...

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  32. A BOMB.

    Mr. Lang introduced at Auburn on Monday night as "your representative in Parliament" (in which he was no doubt correct, taking into account the brand of ...

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  33. THE LOCO MEN.

    Thus Mr. Lang: "The loco, drivers are a body of men who, to my knowledge, have never struck before. They have ways been loyal to the citizens, and there ...

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