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  • RECRUITING. ENLISTMENTS.

    The usual falling-off at the week-end occurred again this week, for yesterday at Victoria Barracks only 59 men were accepted, and only 65 at the Town Hall. At the Board ... [Article] (53 words)
  • COUNTRY FIGURES.

    ... [Detailed lists, results, guides] (98 words)
  • OTHER STATES. ADELAIDE, Friday.

    To-day 88 men volunteered at Adelaide, and 65 were accepted. BRISBANE, Friday. There were 128 volunteers in Queensland ... [Article] (39 words)
  • PHARMACISTS' OFFER.

    The Premier recently forwarded to the Prime Minister an offer by the Pharmaceutical Society of New South Wales to establish a Pharmaceutical corps for war service. ... [Article] (131 words)
  • NEUTRAL BAY MOVEMENT.

    The Mayor of North Sydney, Alderman W. Anderson, presided at a meeting held on Thursday evening in the Warringa Hall, Neutral Bay, for the purpose of forming a local ... [Article] (169 words)
  • IDENTIF[?]CATION DISCS.

    Recently a correspondent wrote to the "Herald" complaining that the identification discs supplied to two of his sons in the forces were simply plain pieces of aluminium ... [Article] (222 words)
  • SOLDIERS' ADDRESSES.

    ... [Detailed lists, results, guides] (355 words)
  • LATIN UNNECESSARY. WELLINGTON (N.Z.), Friday.

    The University Senate has decided that in future Latin should not be made a compulsory subject for a pass for degrees. ... [Article] (27 words)
  • TRAM MEN. RESULT OF BALLOT. NO STOP-WORK MEETING.

    The tramway employees have decided by secret ballot not to hold a stop-work meeting on Saturday next. About 2000 votes were cast against holding the meeting, and ... [Article] (335 words)
  • AVIATION. IMPORTED BI-PLANES.

    Two bi-planes, with which the new Aviation School that is now being formed will practise their first evolutions in the air, are expected to arrive shortly. Other flying ... [Article] (214 words)
  • PERSONAL NOTES. LIEUT. C. H. O. WHITE.

    Official information has been received that Second-Lieutenant C. H. O. White, previously reported wounded, and later wounded and missing, was killed in action on August 8, ... [Article] (353 words)
  • CARTERS AND DRIVERS. IMPROVED CONDITIONS DEMANDED. MELBOURNE, Friday.

    The Carters and Drivers' Federation assert that as the conference with the employers (only four of whom, representing Melbourne firms, attended) proved abortive, every means ... [Article] (188 words)
  • SPLENDID EQUIPMENT.

    Private Ray Lingard, of D Company, 13th Battalion, writing to his father, Mr. J. T. Lingard, of Leichhardt, says:—"I have put in a good day's work, for besides doing some ... [Article] (237 words)
  • GREAT BRITAIN'S CASE.

    The diplomatic correspondence which proceded the declaration of war has been read more widely than any Blue Book. Issued in a popular form at one penny, over a million ... [Article] (69 words)
  • MANLY STEAMERS. FERRY COMPANY'S OFFER. MINISTER'S ADVICE.

    A deputation from the Manly Municipal Council yesterday waited upon Mr. Griffith, the Minister in charge of Local Governmeut, to ask for an extension of the time within which ... [Article] (209 words)
  • COMPANY'S OFFER ACCEPTED.

    Disappointed and low-spirited at the setback they had received, the councillors returned to their homes at Manly, and put in an appearance again at the Town Hall last ... [Article] (139 words)
  • THE PARRAMATTA SEAT. TWO NOMINATIONS. SUPPORT FOR MR. BRUNTNELL.

    At noon yesterday the Returning Officer, Mr. D. D. Henderson, announced from the Courthouse, in the presence of a small gathering that he had received the nominations of two ... [Article] (199 words)
  • TWO BROTHERS DROWNED. DUNEDOO, Friday.

    Frank Aiken, 10, and Dudley Aiken, 8, sons of Mr. E. J. Aiken, proprietor of the hotel at Dunedoo, were drowned in the Government railway tank to day in 13 feet of water. The ... [Article] (119 words)
  • CONSCRIPTION OPPOSED.

    At yesterday's sitting of the annual convention of the Australian Workers' Union, at MacDonell House, standing orders were, suspended to permit of the subject of ... [Article] (126 words)
  • HIGH SCHOOLS. QUESTION OF PRIORITY.

    Speaking on the subject of admission to the secondary schools yesterday, the Minister for Education (Mr. Griffith) said that a very much larger number of students had passed ... [Article] (261 words)
  • HOSPITAL SATURDAY FUND. ALTERATION OF DATE.

    The board of the Hospital Saturday Fund has decided to alter the day of the collection from Saturday to Friday. The date fixed for this year's street collection is now Friday. ... [Article] (78 words)
  • FOR OUR TROOPS ABROAD. APPEAL FOR SPORTS MATERIAL.

    Mr. Sydney Smith, jun., hon. secretary of the Australian Board of Control, yesterday received a cheque for £6 16s from Mr. D. Clyne, hon. secretary of the Medlow Bath ... [Article] (137 words)
  • AIE RAIDS. HOW ENGLISH CHILDREN VIEW THEM.

    Dr. C. W. Kimmins, Inspector of Schools to the London County Council, delivered a lecture recently at a meeting of the Child Study Society, on a number of ... [Article] (374 words)
  • BUSH FIRES. YASS, Friday.

    Owing, it is surmised, to a motor car, which went through the paddock and back-fired. Mr. E. G. Barbour, of Woodleigh, about 10 miles from Yass, on the Burrowa-road, lost seven ... [Article] (93 words)
  • SOLDIERS AND LIQUOR. ARMIDALE, Friday.

    A deputation, consisting of ministers representing the Anglican, Roman Catholic, Presbyterian, and Methodist churches, waited on Superintendent Roche last evening, urging ... [Article] (177 words)
  • ALLIES' DAY CARNIVAL. LOCKHART, Friday.

    Lockhart is proud because of the remarkable achievement in raising £3000 in connection with the Allies Day Carnival on Wednesday. The chief interest centred in ... [Article] (227 words)
  • BOY LOSES AN ARM. TEMORA, Friday.

    James Auswild, aged 8 years, during his father's absence, placed his right hand in a mineing machine. It was crushed to the elbow, and amputated. It took two ... [Article] (49 words)
  • PRICE OF SUGAR. MELBOURNE, Friday.

    The Federal Treasurer (Mr. Higgs) stated yesterday that action had been taken under the War Precautions Act to prevent grocers in the metropolitan areas of the Commonwealth ... [Article] (257 words)
  • CENSORED MATTER. MELBOURNE, Friday.

    Additional War Precautions regulations:— (1) Empowering the Minister to prohibit the publication of newspapers, periodicals, or books, printed in foreign languages; and (2) ... [Article] (275 words)
  • BUTTER EXPORT. POSITION IN QUEENSLAND. QUESTION OF PRICE. BRISBANE, Friday.

    The present situation in regard to the butter supply was brought before the Board of Control to-day by a deputation from the butter shippers. At the outset Mr. Sumner ... [Article] (630 words)
  • DRUMMOYNE ELECTION. SECOND BALLOT TO-DAY.

    The second ballot in connection with the Drummoyne election contest between Mr. Alexander Graft (selected Liberal candidate), who received the highest number of votes at ... [Article] (101 words)
  • HOMES FOR SOLDIERS. BATHURST, Friday.

    The financial position of the Red Cross Society in this State was touched upon by Sir Thomas Anderson Stuart in addressing the local workers in connection with the proposal ... [Article] (234 words)
  • "FOUND DROWNED."

    An inquiry was held by the Parramatta Coroner, Mr. H. R. Clark, yesterday, touching the death of Mrs. Emily Beatrice Klein, whose body was found in the Parramatta River. The ... [Article] (75 words)
  • MILITARY APPOINTMENTS.

    ... [Detailed lists, results, guides] (241 words)
  • LATE MINING. ADELAIDE, Friday.

    ... [Detailed lists, results, guides] (295 words)
  • VICTOR TRUMPER. "GREAT UNDER ALL CONDITIONS." LONDON, Jan. 27.

    Mr. Pardon, editor of "Wisden's Almanack," dovotes seven puges to an appreciation of the late Victor Trumper. By general consent, he says, Trumper was classed at the best and ... [Article] (207 words)
  • ENEMY SHAREHOLDERS. CABINET DECISION. INTENTION OF THE GOVERNMENT. MELBOURNE, Friday.

    After a long sitting the Federal Cabinet to-day agreed on the proclamation to be issued with the object of excluding persons of enemy origin from having any holding ... [Article] (591 words)
  • LEETON BUTTER FACTORY. NEUTRALISATION AND PASTEURISATION.

    For many years past the question of pastcurising cream with a view to the production of butler with improved keeping qualities has been a burning one with diarymen in New ... [Article] (602 words)
  • NEW ZEALAND CASUALTIES. WELLINGTON (N.Z.), Friday.

    The following casualties are reported:— Killed in action.—Field Artillery: Gunners Salmon and Watson. Died of wounds.—Canterbury Battalion: ... [Article] (68 words)
  • MEAT MARKETS. EXPORTERS' POSITION. DEPUTATION TO MINISTER. MELBOURNE, Friday.

    The statement made by the High Commissioner for New Zealand in London (Sir Thomas Mackenzie), which was published in the press to-day, was referred to at a ... [Article] (747 words)
  • QUEENSLAND BUYERS' UNEASY BRISBANE, Friday.

    Great uneasiness has been occasioned in this district over the reported Government action in regard to regulating the price of meat on the hoof. One cattle buyer, who ... [Article] (98 words)
  • JUDICIAL CHANGES. IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, Friday.

    Following upon the death of the Chief Justice (Sir Samuel Way), changes have been made in the Judicial Bench of South Australia. ... [Article] (99 words)
  • A TRAIN ACCIDENT.

    At about 10.30 last night John Lynn, 32, a blacksmith, living at Anderson-street, Belmore, fell from No. 11 platform at the Central Station, and a Belmore-bound train ... [Article] (53 words)
  • SIR ERNEST RUTHERFORD.

    The New Zealand institute has awarded the Hector Memorial prize this year to Sir Ernest Rutherford, a former resident of New Zealand. ... [Article] (27 words)
  • ROYAL NORTH SHORE HOSPITAL.

    The annual meeting of the Royal North Shore Hospital was held at the North Sydney Town Hall last night. The president, Mr. J. Randal Carey, occupied the chair. ... [Article] (213 words)
  • LATE SHIPPING. ARRIVALS.

    Leura, s, 1186 tons, Captain Aitken, from Warrnambool. Howard Smith Co., Ltd., agents. Koonda, s, 1631 tons, Captain Milner, from Melbourne. M'Ilwraith, M'Eacharn, and Co. Propy., Ltd., agents. ... [Article] (32 words)
  • DEPARTURES.

    Wakatipu, s, for Newcastle. The steamer Pelaw Main arrived off Sydney Heads at midnight, with the schooner Cavan in tow. The Cavan had a lifeboat in tow, which was brought down ... [Article] (36 words)
  • TELEGRAPHIC.

    NEWCASTLE (62m).—Arr: Williams, s, from Port Stephens; Rockilly, s, from Sydney. Dep: Pelaw, s, Archer, Alice, s, Cavan, sch, for Sydney; Our Jack, s, for the Rellinger: Tintebbar, s, for the Richmond: ... [Article] (70 words)
  • NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING.

    WELLINGTON (1239m).—Dep: Jan. 28, Moeraki, s, 5.30 p.m., for Sydney. BLUFF (1107m).—Dep: Jan. 28, Wimmera, s, 5 p.m., for Hobart. ... [Article] (34 words)
  • PATRIOTIC FUNDS. RED CROSS.

    The produce department wishes to thank the donors of vegetables, which are so very valuable in convalescent homes and hospitals. Mr. Pontery, of Pen[?] ... [Article] (178 words)
  • BELGIAN FUND.

    ... [Detailed lists, results, guides] (42 words)
  • WAR CHEST.

    Amount already acknowledged, £39,899/18/2: Suburban and Country Golf Association. £14/14/: H. Mary Lavender, £2: Ed. Noyes, £10: E. Barton, £5/5: W. D. and H. O. Wills, Ltd., £50: British Australian ... [Article] (147 words)
  • FOOD FUND.

    Subscriptions to the Chamber of Commerce War Food Fund should be sent to the secretary, Chamber of Commerce. Grosvenor-street, Sydney. Amount already acknowledged, £117,878/17/1: Louis Robetson, 8th and ... [Article] (78 words)
  • Y.M.C.A. FIELD SERVICE.

    ... [Detailed lists, results, guides] (96 words)
  • DERMATOLOGICAL HOSPITAL FUND.

    The newly-formed depot in connection with the First Australian Dermatological Hospital Fund will be established at 10 Loftus-street, Sydney (Scott, Henderson, and Co.'s) on February 4. It will be open for the ... [Article] (92 words)
  • SOLDIERS' SPORTING MATERIAL.

    The rosponse to an appeal sent out by Mr. R. L. Baker to a number of prominent sportsmen of Sydney for donations towards purchasing 100 sets of boring gloves has been so good up to date that it is an ... [Article] (63 words)
  • BARRIER STRIKE. MUNITION WORKS TO START. BROKEN HILL, Friday.

    The board of management of the Barrier Munitions Company to-day sent out a circul[?] letter to the following secretaries:—Messrs. W. D. Barrett (A.M.A.), H. Taylor ... [Article] (127 words)
  • NO HELP FROM COBAR. COBAR, Friday.

    At a meeting of the Cobar miners, it was decided to grant no financial assistance to Broken Hill minors. ... [Article] (33 words)
  • INDEX. NEWS.

    ... [Detailed lists, results, guides] (236 words)
  • Advertising

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  • TO-DAY.

    ... [Detailed lists, results, guides] (206 words)
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