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  3. The Dry Storm.

    On Friday last, just before 1 p.m., a terrific storm-of wind for the most part-burst over the district. The morning had been exceedingly trying, sultry to a ...

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  4. MAS GREETINGS

    From "D" Coy., 5th Pioneers, France, 1018, to "The Argus." ; They Wanted a crowd who could work all night and carry a camel's lead ...

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  6. Bush Fires.

    Messrs. Charles Bellamy, Phil Hockley and other pious Carlingford men had their Sunday morning meditations disturbed this week. Some peculiar-minded chap ...

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  7. BEECROFT BLAZE.

    A bush fire started on Friday along the road parallel with the railway line between Cheltenham and Beecroft, and for a time three or four cottages were in ...

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  8. LIDCOMBE.

    The usual Christmas tree to soldiers' children was provided by the local Soldiers' Relief Fund Committee in the town ball on Saturday afternoon. The tree was ...

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  9. THE USUAL HORNSEY BLAZE.

    On Friday a bush fire swept up Hornsby gully at the back of the School of Arts, public school and St. Peter's Church. The flames were driven by a strong ...

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  10. Died at Work.

    James Burtt, 58 years of age, married, with a family, who resided at Erskineville, was foreman laundryman at Clyde Lore Sheda, and on Friday he started ...

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  11. WENTWORTHVILLE.

    The Patriotic Association held their annual Xmas tree on Saturday. Secretary Gibbs presided, and Alderman W. Freame made an effective Fathr Christmas. ...

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  12. CHRISTMAS TREES.

    On Saturday afternoon the children, of Granville soldiers-of all ranks and all battalions and forma of service-were treated by the citizens to a Christmas ...

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  13. REMEMBERING THE JUDGE.

    Gosford will best remember Judge Fitzhardinge as the the man who shut up the old Fern Tree pub under the local option vote, and who, though plans for a £14,000 ...

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  15. AUBURN.

    The soldiers' kiddies had a grand time on Saturday afternoon. They assembled in front of the honor roll in South-prade, just outside the railway station, and ...

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