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  • SUCCESSFUL DAY AT ROYAL SHOW. REMARKABLE CATTLE "PARADE." INTEREST IN RING EVENTS.

    Once again the day broke fine for the Roya[?] Easter Show yesterday, and in the afternoon there were large crowds around the pavilions, around the sideshows, and around the arena. ... [Article] (668 words)
  • GRAND PARADE. HARBOUR BRIDGE FORMATION

    The grand parade at the Show is always the proudest moments of the exhibitors in the horse and cattle sections, and it never fails to evoke the admiration of the city folk. ... [Article] (307 words)
  • THRILLING CONTESTS.

    ... [Detailed lists, results, guides] (1271 words)
  • THE EXHIBITS. MARK FOY'S, LTD.

    In this firm's pavilion, at the corner of Suttor-avenue and Park-road, visitors have found a highly interesting exhibit of a wide range of manufactures. Magnificent sets of ... [Article] (1229 words)
  • MOTOR SECTION. LARKE, NEAVE AND CARTER, LTD.

    A full range of open and closed models of the popular Chrysler and De Soto types are to be seen at the stand of Larke, Neave, and Carter, Ltd. ... [Article] (122 words)
  • AWARDS. HORTICULTURE.

    ... [Detailed lists, results, guides] (297 words)
  • HORSES.

    ... [Detailed lists, results, guides] (40 words)
  • AGRICULTURE. DAIRY PRODUCE.

    ROYAL SPECIAL EXPORT BUTTER PRIZES. Butter, salted, 2 packages, not less than 56lb each, manufactured and packed ready for export; one box to be judged at the Show, the other box ... [Article] (330 words)
  • AMENDED AWARDS.

    It was officially stated yesterday that the following awards had been amended:— Apples, Tasma, 2 doz (open classes): W. H. and D. F. Calvert. 1; Harding Bros., 2. ... [Article] (67 words)
  • WOODCHOPPING. Standing Cut Handicap.

    The big chips flew with even greater profusion in the woodchopping arena yesterday, when the axemen tackled the upright logs. The event was the "Hollibone" 14[?]n Standing Cut ... [Article] (516 words)
  • LATE MR. W. H. CRAGO.

    Mr. William Henry Crago, of the Arm of F. Crago and Sons, Newtown, Bathurst, and Wyalong, died at Bathurst on Wednesday, and was burled at South Head Cemetery ... [ILLUSTRATED] [Article] (187 words)
  • U.A.P. CONVENTION Begins Next Week.

    The first general convention of the United Australia party in New South Wales will be opened in Sydney by the Prime Minister (Mr. Lyons) on March 31, and will be continued ... [Article] (150 words)
  • DECOY FOR FOXES. Remarkable Results at Moss Vale MOSS VALE, Thursday.

    A Moss Vale resident, Mr. Charles Charlesworth, has invented an effective decoy for foxes. He has made a whistle from pliable tin, with the help of which he has shot 14 ... [Article] (120 words)
  • REMOVAL OF GARBAGE. Council Saves £1000 a Year.

    When Ryde Council accepted A. Elston's tender of £18 a week for the removal of garbage, it was stated that the saving would be approximately £1000 a year. The council has ... [Article] (101 words)
  • PRODUCE TRAIN DELAYED.

    A broken draw-gear caused the parting of the Enfield to Alexandria produce train at Marrickville early yesterday morning. The train at the time of the accident was proceeding ... [Article] (95 words)
  • UNEMPLOYMENT. New Zealand Relief Scheme. WELLINGTON (N.Z.), Thursday.

    A new scheme for the relief of unemployment, announced by the Prime Minister (Mr Coates), provides for the raising of the wages tax from /3 to 1/ in the £1: the ... [Article] (151 words)
  • MAIN ROADS BOARD.

    The inability of Mr. H. H. Newell, formerly of the Main Roads Board and now a Transport Commissioner to attend the concluding session of the Local Government Engineers' ... [Article] (104 words)
  • EX-SOLDIERS' REUNIONS.

    The annual reunion of the 12th Light Horse Regiment, A.I.F., will take place next Tuesday evening. Members of the Ninth Australian Field ... [Article] (132 words)
  • EASTER CONVENTION.

    The Easter convention, in which the Y.M.C.A., the Children's Special Service Mission, the Sydney University Evangelical Union, and Open-air Campaigners are participating, ... [Article] (78 words)
  • DARTMOOR RIOT. Evidence of Officers. LONDON, March 23.

    When the trial of the Dartmoor prison mutineers was resumed at Princetown, Principal Officer Hutchings described how, deeming discretion the better part of valour, he ... [Article] (211 words)
  • GENERAL CABLE NEWS. A REVOLT OF LEPERS. LONDON, March 24.

    A strange and horrible revolt took place at Fontilles, near Denia (Spain), where lepers, forcibly ejecting the nuns who were tending them, at the sanatorium, declared their ... [Article] (440 words)
  • ANZAC DAY CEREMONY.

    The Australian Legion of Ex-Service Clubs will hold an early morning service on Anzac Day, April 25. ... [Article] (20 words)
  • BRITISH FILMS. Proposals to Help Industry. LONDON, March 23.

    Proposals made by the Federation of British Industries and the Trades Union Council, to assist the British film industry, suggest an amendment of the Quota Act, to combat ... [Article] (118 words)
  • TIN QUOTAS. Restrictions Adhered To. (British Official Wireless.) LONDON, March 23.

    The International Tin Committee, following its meeting at Paris, has published a communique which, after giving monthly statistics as to export, states that the export figures for ... [Article] (193 words)
  • LORD HARRIS. DEATH ANNOUNCED. LONDON, March 24.

    The death is announced of Lord Harris, at the age of 81 years. [Lord Harris was a member of the first test match eleven, and he captained England ... [Article] (107 words)
  • ENGLAND-CANADA. Plans for Air Service. MONTREAL, March 23.

    It is reported that Mr. Bert Hinkler and Sir Hubert Wilkins are considering starting a Canada-England commercial air service. Sir Hubert Wilkins stated that he ... [Article] (77 words)
  • GRAF ZEPPELIN Arrives at Brazil. VANCOUVER, March 23.

    The Graf Zeppelin, in charge of Commander von Eckener, moored at Pernambuco (Brazil) to-day after a voyage from Friedrichshafen (Germany) with passengers and mails. This ... [Article] (51 words)
  • DEFAULT. High Court Appeal. CASE FOR COMMONWEALTH. MELBOURNE, Thursday.

    Argument was continued to-day in the action in which the State of New South Wales claims against the Commonwealth a declaration that the Financial Agreements ... [Article] (671 words)
  • WOMAN WOUNDED. Man Heavily Punished. MELBOURNE, Thursday.

    A sentence of imprisonment for five years with hard labour was imposed by Mr. Justice Macfarlan to-day upon Robert Cyril Edwards, 30, labourer, who had pleaded guilty to a charge ... [Article] (106 words)
  • RAILWAY EXPLOSION. MAN CHARGED. BRISBANE, Thursday.

    John McCormack was charged in the Police Court at Cloncurry this morning with having unlawfully damaged the railway near the mining settlement of Dobbyn on March 19 in such ... [Article] (109 words)
  • NON-PARTY REFORMS. "Politicians the Masters." BATHURST, Thursday.

    A public meeting at which the Mayor (Ald. Griffin) presided, was held at the Town Hall to consider the question of the attainment of non-party reforms in the political life of ... [Article] (128 words)
  • SHALE OIL. Development of Newnes Field.

    The Shale Oil Development Committee meets in Sydney on Tuesday next, and it is probable that on the following day, tenders will be invited from companies interested in ... [Article] (130 words)
  • FRAULEIN BEINHORN. DARWIN, Thursday.

    Fraulein Beinhorn, the German aviatrix, in her Klemm monoplane, and Captain Jones, of the Shell Co., left here at 9.30 this morning for Sydney. Newcastle Waters will be the ... [Article] (39 words)
  • REPORTED ROBBERIES.

    Three young men smashed the glass of a showcase at George Henry Peterson's shop at 95 Regent-street, Redfern, and stole sweaters worth £5. ... [Article] (152 words)
  • CASUALTIES. CYCLIST INJURED.

    Reginald McLeod, 26, of Arrowfield-avenue, Burwood, was riding a cycle in Burwood-road, Burwood, last night, when he collided with a motor car at the Park-avenue intersection. ... [Article] (258 words)
  • THIEVES BLAMED. For Fire in House.

    Police believe that thieves who broke into a house in Brook-street, Coogee, last night deliberately attempted to set fire to the building. The owner and occupier of the house, Mr. ... [Article] (134 words)
  • INDUCTION CEREMONY.

    The Rev. M. M. Macdonald, M.A., was inducted to the charge of St. George's Free Presbyterian Church, Castlereagh-street, last night. The charge had been vacant, and had been ... [Article] (110 words)
  • THIEF'S MEAN TRICK.

    A powerfully-built man employed a mean trick when he robbed a woman of 10/ in Darlinghurst-road. Darlinghurst. The woman was walking alone, when the ... [Article] (80 words)
  • TRANSPORT. Conference Reports "Misleading." MELBOURNE, Thursday.

    In a communication addressed to the Acting Premier (Mr. Tunnecliffe), the Chamber of Automotive Industries claims that the reports of the Transport Conference which sat in ... [Article] (171 words)
  • TRAVEL FILM.

    An interesting film, depicting every phase of the recent students' educational tour of the East by the Australian-Oriental liner Taiping, is now being screened in miniature in ... [Article] (97 words)
  • INDEX. NEWS.

    ... [Detailed lists, results, guides] (239 words)
  • Advertising

    ... [Advertising] (218 words)
  • TO-DAY.

    ... [Detailed lists, results, guides] (69 words)
  • COUNTRY NEWS. PRESENTATION TO MINISTER. WEST WYALONG, Thursday.

    The Rev. G. E. Evans, who has been in charge of the Wyalong Methodist circuit for the past four years, has been appointed to the Quirindi-Murrurundi circuit. At a public meeting, it was ... [Article] (91 words)
  • PECULIAR FIRE AT CORAKI. CORAKI, Thursday.

    A grass fire on the town common caused a peaty material to catch alight, and all efforts to stamp it out have failed. Water has no effect on the fire, which is burning a foot down ... [Article] (69 words)
  • CORAKI MUNICIPAL FINANCE. CORAKI, Thursday.

    At a special meeting of the municipal council, held to consider the estimates, the town clerk (Mr. Nisbet) reported that the financial position demanded serious consideration. A ... [Article] (155 words)
  • BATLOW AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. BATLOW, Thursday.

    The Agricultural Society, having decided that it was inadvisable to hold a show this year, owing to the unfavourable season, organised a sporting meeting yesterday. Last ... [Article] (76 words)
  • ADDITIONAL TEACHER APPOINTED. LITHGOW, Thursday.

    Following protests by the Lithgow branch of the A.L.P., the Progress Association at Newnes, and other organisations, the Minister for Education has decided to appoint an ... [Article] (58 words)
  • LITHGOW MINING COURT. LITHGOW, Thursday.

    At Lithgow Mining Court, Thomas Hutchison, of Sunny Corner, was granted a suspension of working conditions for six months on a sluicing claim on which, he stated, £800 had ... [Article] (176 words)
  • ROTARY CLUB BRANCH FORMED. BATHURST, Thursday.

    A branch of the Rotary Club has been formed at Bathurst The following officers have been elected:—President, Mr. F. Blomfield; vice-president, Mr. E. C. Murray; hon. ... [Article] (56 words)
  • POSSESSION OF JEMMY. PARKES, Thursday.

    At the police court yesterday, Samuel William Sampson was sentenced to six months' imprisonment with hard labour for being found in possession of a torch and jemmy, with intent ... [Article] (60 words)
  • RALEIGH A RAILWAY TERMINUS. RALEIGH, Thursday.

    The railway authorities have decided to make Raleigh a terminus for a section of the Brisbane express, this centre being midway between Taree and Casino. Arrangements are ... [Article] (48 words)
  • MAN'S FALL FROM VERANDAH. RALEIGH, Thursday.

    Mr. D. Bailey, of Repton, was leaning on a railing, when it collapsed, and he fell nine feet to the ground. In his fall he struck some steps. Mr. Bailey suffered a badly ... [Article] (48 words)
  • D[?]LE RECIPIENTS' COMPLAINT. LIVERPOOL, Thursday.

    At a meeting of the local unemployed the Department of Labour and industry was criticised. It was stated that anonymous letters received by the department were acted on by ... [Article] (88 words)
  • TROUT FOR GUYRA STREAMS. GUYRA, Thursday.

    At a meeting of rod fishermen at Urandang[?]e, Guyra, at which representatives of Armidale, Glen Innes, and Guyra associations were present, Mr. L. P. Dutton outlined a scheme ... [Article] (82 words)
  • SCOUTS' CAMP CRAFT COMPETITION. NARROMINE, Thursday

    The Bradford Cup competition in camp craft for western district Boy Scouts, takes place at Burrabadean on Sunday and Monday. Patrols from Coonamble, Trangie, Narromine, ... [Article] (36 words)
  • SCOUT OFFICIALS' LONG "HIKE." NARROMINE, Thursday.

    While the district commissioner (Mr. H. Bowden Fletcher), and the district scoutmaster (Mr. Harvey) were attending a Scout meeting in Dubbo, last evening, some petrol was ... [Article] (85 words)
  • ALDERMAN SAYS WEIR MAY COLLAPSE. FORBES, Thursday.

    Alderman Sam, at a meeting of the Forbes Municipal Council, declared that there was a possibility of the weir at the swimminig reserve collapsing and leaving the town without ... [Article] (122 words)
  • UNITY FAVOURED. PARKES, Thursday.

    At [?] meeting at Peedy Creek last night a resolution was carried urging the executives of the United Australia party and the United Country party to bring about unity at the next ... [Article] (49 words)
  • FIRE AT LITHGOW. LITHGOW, Thursday.

    A fire which broke out in the grocery section of the Lithgow Co-operative Society's store at 7.30 o'clock last night was quickly extinguished by the fire brigade, members of ... [Article] (77 words)
  • GIRLS LEAVE HOME. LITHGOW, Thursday.

    Two sisters, aged 15 and 16, disappeared from their home at the pottery enclosure about 9.40 last night. They went to bed at 9, and, although their father heard them ... [Article] (68 words)
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