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  • HEAD OF THE RIVER. G.P.S. Crews Ready. FINE TRIALS OVER WEEK-END.

    Crews preparing for the heats of the Great Public Schools' races on Wednesday took full advantage of the week-end to complete their final trials. ... [Article] (901 words)
  • NEW GUARD. Objects Stated from Pulpit.

    Accepting the Rev. N. Claridge Goss' invitation, Major Beveridge delivered an address in the Croydon Congregational Church last night on the New Guard. ... [Article] (479 words)
  • SIR ADRIAN KNOX. The King's Sympathy.

    Lady Knox has received, through the Governor-General, a message from the King, expressing his sincere sympathy in the death of her husband, Sir Adrian Knox. ... [Article] (32 words)
  • WHEAT BOUNTY. Allocation Insufficient. MELBOURNE, Sunday.

    As the wheat crop for this season proved greater than was expected, it is stated that more than the £3,000,000 which was allocated for the payment of the wheat bounty of ... [Article] (100 words)
  • ENGLISH CRICKET. Season is Opened. JARDINE'S CENTURY SCORE. LONDON, May 1.

    The cricket season opened yesterday in pleasant weather. D. R. Jardine, the new Surrey captain, scored the season's first century, making 164 against Worcesteishire. In ... [Article] (130 words)
  • HAWAIIAN CRIME. Verdict of Manslaughter. HONOLULU, April 30.

    Mrs. Granville Fortescue, her son-in-law, Lieutenant Massie, and two U.S.A. naval ratings Lord and Jones, charged with the murder of an Hawaiian youth following an outrage ... [Article] (142 words)
  • FRENCH ELECTIONS. LONDON, April 30.

    The election campaign in France has ended, and polling will be held to-morrow, bu[?] a definite result cannot be expected. Only about one-third of the deputies are likely to ... [Article] (176 words)
  • GENERAL CABLE NEWS. BRITISH TARIFF. LONDON, April 30.

    The Lord President of the Council (Mr. Stanley Baldwin), addressing a meeting of Conservative women at the Albert Hall, urged manufacturers and agriculturists not to ... [Article] (514 words)
  • ALLEGED MURDERS. Men Doubly Charged. HOBART, Sunday.

    Keith William Wrathall, 26, labourer, of Hobart, and John Keith Tingman, 32, engineer, formerly of Victoria, appeared in the Hobart Police Court on Saturday charged with having ... [Article] (117 words)
  • THE CHURCHES. MAY PROCESSION.

    Many hundreds watched the May procession at the Christian Brothers' College, Waverley, yesterday afternoon in honour of the Blessed Virgin. Later they attended a service in the ... [Article] (205 words)
  • MOTOR ACCIDENTS. One Man Killed.

    Rowland Waterhouse, 73, of Bardwell-road, Mosman, died in the Mena private hospital, Mosman, shortly after he was admitted on Saturday night, following a motor accident ... [Article] (495 words)
  • RAIN SQUALLS. Cold Winds.

    A severe cyclonic disturbance which prevailed over most of the ocean region east of Australia, and south from latitude 30 degrees, at the week-end, brought cold, squally ... [Article] (154 words)
  • BOY SCOUTS. Governor's Address.

    Speaking on "St. George and the Spirit of Rovering" at the St. George Day celebrations, rover investitute, and united Scout service in St. Stephen's Church of England, ... [Article] (309 words)
  • CHRISTIAN ETHICS In Political Economy. MR. STEVENS' SERMON.

    The leader of the State Parliamentary U.A.P. (M Stevens) preached the sermon at the 11th anniversary service of the Fivedock Methodist Brotherhood yesterday morning. ... [Article] (254 words)
  • CANBERRA Visiting Cricket Team. CANBERRA, Sunday.

    More than 2000 people—probably the largest crowd seen at a sporting event in Canberra—witnessed the cricket match between a visiting team captained by Alan Kippax and ... [Article] (128 words)
  • GENERAL HIGGINS. BRISBANE, Sunday.

    Thousands of followers welcomed General Higgins, of the Salvation Army, to Queensland on Saturday night. ... [Article] (19 words)
  • NEXT ELECTIONS. U.A.P. Preparations.

    Nominations close at 3 p.m. to-day from candidates for selection to contest the State elections for the United Australia party. Nominations are invited by the management ... [Article] (766 words)
  • CASUALTIES. BOY CRUSHED BY BARGE.

    Sydney Lovell, aged 11 years, of Holterman-street, Crow's Nest, was seriously injured on Saturday afternoon when a barge crushed his head against a pile at The Spit and tore away ... [Article] (450 words)
  • TUNG OIL. Land Leased for Experiments. MOSS VALE, Saturday.

    Henry R. Whittell, director of the Tung Oil Co., operating at Bundanoon, and Ellen M. Shell, widow, carrying on dairying, applied to the local land board for a special lease of the ... [Article] (192 words)
  • HEADMASTER RETIRES. Mr. W. Williams.

    Mr. W. Williams, B.A., ex-headmaster of the North Sydney Boys' High School, has retired from the Public Service after 48 years in the Education Department. ... [ILLUSTRATED] [Article] (199 words)
  • DAVIS CUP MATCH. America Wins All Rubbers. VANCOUVER, April 30.

    The United States of America won the Davis Cup match with Canada by five rubbers to love. Scores in the remaining singles to-day ... [Article] (197 words)
  • HARDCOURT FINALS. LONDON, April 30.

    In the finals of the British hard court championships, results were:— Men's Singles.—F. G. Perry beat Rogers (Ireland), 4-6, 7-9, 6-3, 6-0, 6-2. ... [Article] (64 words)
  • MRS. HELEN WILLS-MOODY. VISIT TO AUSTRALIA UNCERTAIN. NEW YORK, April 29.

    Aboard the liner Aquitania, Mrs. Helen Wills-Moody, who is en route to England to play in the Wightman Cup matches, made the following statement to a representative of the ... [Article] (196 words)
  • UNEMPLOYMENT TAX. Deduction in Federal Assessments. REMOVING INEQUALITIES.

    The attitude of the Federal Government has been defined towards discriminations between the States and citizens of particular States resulting from the differential treatment of ... [Article] (153 words)
  • THIEF DISTURBED. Householders' Timely Return.

    Mr. Herbert Fattorini and his wife were fortunate that they did not prolong their shopping on Friday night, as a thief broke into their home in Maida-street, Epping, and had ... [Article] (115 words)
  • "HERALD" AND "MAIL" ATHLETIC CLUB.

    The flat roof of the "Sydney Morning Herald" building was crowded on Saturday night, when the "Herald" and "Mail" Athletic Club held a club night. In the boxing bouts R. Thomas ... [Article] (96 words)
  • ROMAN CATHOLIC SEAMEN. Institute's Work.

    Appreciation of the excellent work done by the St. Vincent de Paul Society for Roman Catholic Seamen was expressed by speakers at the annual meeting of Catholic Institute ... [Article] (297 words)
  • LABOUR PARTIES. Unity Unlikely. MR. McGIRR'S CAUSTIC REMARKS.

    The Federal Labour party came in for severe criticism by the Minister for Transport (Mr. McGirr), in a broadcast speech from 2KY on Saturday. The Minister said that there was ... [Article] (193 words)
  • DANGER OF CONFLICT. Dr. Duhig's Warning. BRISBANE, Sunday.

    Dr. Duhig, Roman Catholic Archbishop of Brisbane, when blessing the Church of Mary Immaculate, at Ipswich-road, to-day, asked who could deny that events were shaping towards ... [Article] (142 words)
  • ROSEVILLE ROCKERY. Work of Beautification.

    The Mayor of Kuring-gai (Alderman Creswell O'Reilly) opened new rockery gardens in Hill-street, Roseville, near the railway station, on Saturday. ... [Article] (152 words)
  • AVIATION. All Schools Head of Air Race.

    The semi-finals of the all-schools head of the air race at Hargrave Park on Saturday resulted:— First heat: H. F. Broadbent (Hawkesbury ... [Article] (160 words)
  • THREE DEATHS Apparently Self-inflicted. ADELAIDE, Sunday.

    Three deaths were reported to the police to-day. A hotelkeeper died from poisoning shortly after admission to the Adelaide Hospital. An Italian who was to have come ... [Article] (198 words)
  • BOGUS EARL. Young Woman Defrauded. ADELAIDE, Sunday.

    An unemployed salesman, Raymond Keith Bailhache, 22, of Brighton, who obtained £150 from a young woman between Maich 1 and April 27 by pretending to be the "Earl of ... [Article] (172 words)
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  • SHOTS FIRED. Constable's Long Chase AFTER SUSPECTED THIEF.

    Constable Stephens, of the Drummoyne police, chased a suspected thief for two miles on Saturday afternoon and fired two shots over his head before making an arrest. ... [Article] (336 words)
  • MR. SCOTT'S FLIGHT. Arrival at Longreach. BRISBANE, Sunday.

    Mr. Scott will leave Longreach in the morning for Brisbane, and expects to arrive here about 3 p.m. At Longreach he stated that he had a gruelling flight from Darwin to ... [Article] (137 words)
  • THE SPHINX. T.B. Soldiers' Pilgrimage.

    A pilgrimage to the Sphinx War Memorial at Kuring-gai Chase was made yesterday under the auspices of the T.B. Sailors and Soldiers' Association of New South Wales. An address ... [Article] (199 words)
  • DISMASTED BARQUE Expected in Port To-day. ADELAIDE, Sunday.

    Although its heavy steel main and mizzen masts have snapped off about 30ft above the deck, and portion of the lower part of the mainmast is hanging over the side, the Finnish ... [Article] (76 words)
  • LATE SHIPPING.

    WELLINGTON (N.Z.).—Dep: May 1, Port Victor, for London. ... [Article] (14 words)
  • INDEX. NEWS.

    ... [Detailed lists, results, guides] (250 words)
  • TO-DAY.

    ... [Detailed lists, results, guides] (152 words)
  • COUNTRY NEWS. FINED FOR THEFT. LITHGOW, Saturday.

    Cecil Fernleigh Lovett, of Lithgow, was fined £5 at the police court for stealing a handbag containing £11, belonging to Mafey Ayoub, a young woman, who was a passenger in the ... [Article] (70 words)
  • HELP FOR MAIMED YOUTH. LITHGOW, Saturday.

    The women's hospital auxiliary is devoting its energies towards obtaining funds to assist William Hignet, the youth who was the victim of a train accident, following which both his ... [Article] (57 words)
  • RECORD HAULS OF JEWFISH. COFF'S HARBOUR, Saturday.

    Records hauls of jewfish have been made lately around the Coff's Harbour beaches. These fish have been attracted here by schools of sea mullet. The biggest catch to date is a ... [Article] (62 words)
  • CURTAILED TRAIN SERVICES. ALBURY, Saturday.

    Train services in the Riverina will be considerably curtailed as from May 8. As a result, postal services will be delayed, causing much inconvenience in the district. On the ... [Article] (93 words)
  • PROPOSED AMALGAMATION. MOSS VALE, Saturday.

    A public inquiry into the proposed amalgamation of Moss Vale Municipality and Winge-carribee Shire was conducted by Mr. R. J. Wylie, inspector of local government accounts. ... [Article] (114 words)
  • "COMMON GAMING-HOUSE." QUEANBEYAN, Saturday.

    Charles Byrne, licensee of the billiard-room in the Star Theatre buildings, was proceeded against on a charge of keeping a common gaming-house. He was fined £10, with ... [Article] (62 words)
  • UNUSUAL DISTINCTION FOR WOMAN. GRAFTON, Sunday.

    At the annual meeting of the Clarence River district of the Manchester Unity Oddfellows on Saturday, Sister Engert, who has been deputy district grand master for a year and ... [Article] (84 words)
  • LAND RENTAL REDUCED. MOSS VALE, Saturday.

    Before the local land board, Fahey Bros., o[?] Exeter, lessees of 500 acres of dairying country, known as Rockleigh, appealed, under the Agricultural Lessees Relief Act, for a ... [Article] (91 words)
  • NEW PILOT BOAT. PORT MACQUARIE, Saturday.

    The pilot boat Richmond called here yesterday, and left for Richmond River this morning, in charge of Pilot Little. The Superintendent of Navigation was on board. The ... [Article] (45 words)
  • CHURCH CONFERENCE. HARDEN, Saturday.

    At the annual meeting of the members of the Harden-Murrumburrah-Burrowa Presbyterian charge, held at Ross Memorial Church, Harden delegates came from Burrowa, ... [Article] (68 words)
  • DEATH OF MR. G. SAVIDGE. GRAFTON, Saturday.

    The death has occurred at Copmanhurst of Mr. George Savidge, 73, a native of Leicester-shire. He came to Australia when he was 21 years old, and arrived on the Clarence a few ... [Article] (99 words)
  • MEAT WORKS TO REOPEN. FORBES, Saturday.

    It is announced officially that the large Daroobalgie meat works, two miles from Forbes, will be reopened about the middle of June this year and operated by Swift and Co. ... [Article] (47 words)
  • BETTING CHARGES. WINDSOR, Saturday.

    At the Richmond Police Court, Sylvester V. Everingnam was charged with being in Richmond Park for the purpose of betting on March 30. Frank Sly was charged with ... [Article] (76 words)
  • DEATH OF MR. H. KILBY. DUBBO, Saturday.

    The death has occurred of Mr. Harry Kilby, one of the best-known graziers and judges of sheep in the west. Mr. Kilby, who came from Elstree, Branxholme (Victoria), settled at ... [Article] (91 words)
  • TIN HARE RACING. ALBURY, Saturday.

    At the last meeting of the Albury Agricultural and Horticultural Society the president (Mr. C. H. Griffith) read a letter from the Rev. A. S. McCook, Presbyterian minister, ... [Article] (127 words)
  • MUSICAL FESTIVAL. LISMORE, Sunday.

    The official opening of the first Good Templar musical festival, held at Clunes, was performed by Mr. H. Snow, Distric Chief Templar. The principal awards were:—Ladies trio, ... [Article] (98 words)
  • SECRETARY SENTENCED. LISMORE, Sunday.

    At the Lismore Quarter Sessions on Saturday Patrick Casey, formerly secretary of the Casino Co-operative Dairy Society, who had been found guilty on a charge of making a ... [Article] (62 words)
  • AEROPLANE DELAYED. TAREE, Saturday.

    A New England Airways 'plane landed at Old Bar yesterday evening, in consequence of the cyclonic weather. The pilot (Mr. R. Robinson), and the four passengers, came on to ... [Article] (58 words)
  • MASONIC GATHERING. WOLLONGONG, Sunday.

    A combined Masonic service was held at St. Michael's Church to-day. Grand Master, Brother Aubrey Halloran, delivered an address. ... [Article] (24 words)
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