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  2. COUNTRY NEWS.

    The Church of England authorities in [?] burn have decided to establish a children home in Coulburn. St. Saviour's Ca[?] Council has requested the Anglican Sister[?] ...

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  3. NEW RAILWAY.

    Casine was on fete to-day for the first officical act in connection with the construction of the raliway branch line from Casina to Bonalba. a distance of 37 miles. The strocts wre ...

    Article : 8 words
  4. INTER-UNIVERSITY DEBATE.

    Amid scenes of lutense enthuslasin, the round-the-world debating team of Bates College (U.S.A.) last night defeated the Sydney University team in a debate on prohibition. ...

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  5. CHIEF OF BRITAIN'S AIR FORCE.

    Air Marshal Sir John Salmond, inspecting the Royal Australian Air Force guard of honour on arrival yesterday. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. GRAND OPERA.

    Last night's production of "Lohongrin" by the Willamson-Melba Company at Her Majesty's must rank as one of the finest of this work in Sydney, not only from its ...

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  7. £36.000 ROAD CONTRACT.

    A Contract has been let by the [?] Shire Council to Conerete Construc[?] (Bonds). Limited for the construction of [?] miles of concrete road on the Main Scul[?] ...

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  8. £26,000 CHEQUE PAID.

    A cheque for £26,285/16/8 has been for[?] by the Mudgoe Council to Messrs. Cor[?] Parkinson. and Co., Sydney. in Payment the instaliution of the new muncipal ele[?] ...

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  9. NAKANAI NATIVES.

    In a report to the Minister for Home and Territories, the Administrator of the Territory of New Gulnea (Brigadler-General Wisdom) states that there is convincing ...

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  10. BURNT TO DEATH.

    At the coroner's inquiry into the dea[?] Henry Joseph Melton, 32, who received [?] as the result of the explosion of a [?] carbonits, a verdict of accidental death [?] ...

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  11. SINGLETON SCHOOLS.

    The staffs of departmental schools at [?] gleton have been considerable reduced of [?] this is cousing great dissatisfaction [?] the members of the Singleton Parents [?] ...

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  12. CHINESE WAR.

    An echo of the turmoll in China was heard at Darlinghurat Quarter Sessione yesterday before Jude Curjewls, when Leong Win Joe was changed with having maliclously published ...

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  13. A.W.U.

    Claiming that the officials of the Australian Workers' Union have not got the confldence of the members of the organisation, the "rank and [?]le" faction is making strenuous ...

    Article : 8 words
  14. LIVE HARES.

    Grayhound races with live hores replacing the electrically-propeiled imitation animal may be witnessed at Mascot at an early date. This decision had been arrived at by the ...

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  15. MUNICIPAL AWARDS EXCEEDED.

    At the last meeting of the Bathurst Co[?] a letter was received from Mr. A. R. Blue secretary of the Local Government assoc[?] tion, directing its attention to a [?] ...

    Article : 7 words
  16. FRENCH WOMEN.

    Two French women, Josephine Marie Pauline Guidl, 23, and her sister, Noalle Catherino Guidl, 32, who were convicted on a change of being prohibited immigrants and ordered ...

    Article : 8 words
  17. ALLECED CATTLE- STEALING.

    At the Quarter Sessions yesterday Th[?] John Clark was charged with having stolen [?] Lecton 27 helfers, the property of the [?] Conservation and irrigation Commiss[?] ...

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  18. STANDARDISATION.

    In a lecture on "Australian Standards," delivered last overing before the New South Wales Institution of Engineers, Professor J. P.V.Madsen said it was essential that the ...

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  19. OVERDUE WAGES.

    Betweem £5000 and £6000 are due to the miners employed at the Balmain colliery in wages, according to a clalm made on the management by the Miners' Federation. A ...

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  20. DELAYED ACTION.

    The fallure of the Government to act upon the report by the commission who inquired into matters connected with the Jenolan Caves tourist transport serice was ...

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  21. PRIEST'S GOLDEN JUBILEE.

    The Rev. Father Clancy was entertained [?] a public gathering last night to mark [?] anniversary of his 50th year of service [?] the Roman Catholic Church. Nearly [?] ...

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  22. LOVER'S SUICIDE.

    The City Coroner (Mr.E.A.May) held an inquest yesterday concerning the death of Donald Oilver Frazer, a wireloss operator, who was run over and killed by a train near ...

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  23. ELECTRIC POWER.

    The public works Department has dee[?] to charge with Burrinjuck electricity the [?] tension transmission lines between Gun[?] and Wagga, This will complete the [?] ...

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  24. JAPANESE SHIPS.

    A full and comprehensive program[?] of social activites has been arranged for the personnal of the visiting Japanese training squadron which is timed to arrive at the ...

    Article : 7 words
  25. THE DEBATERS.

    Mr. G.F. Davis, a boy with plak, shining cheeks and an undergradeate man-of-theworld air which is subtly cancelied out by a delightful suggestion of bashfuiness in his ...

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  26. 44 YEARS' SERVICE,

    Mr. Thomas McKay has retired from the Railway Department after 44 year's service, in which he did not miss a single hour's duty. in 1[?] McKay was responsible for ...

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  27. LABOUR COUNCIL.

    Delegates from the New South Wales Labour Council have decided on an claborate scheme for the control of interstate disputes which will be submitted for consideratin to the ...

    Article : 5 words
  28. INDEX.

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  29. BOY JOY-RIDER.

    A boy, 11 year old, was proceeded aga[?] at the Goulburn Children's Court on a cha[?] of having strolen a motor car, the property of Mr.S.S. Gray. ...

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  30. MOETONS, LIMITED.

    What is claimed to be not the largest but the most up-to-date printing plant in the Commonwealth was thrown open for inspection yesterday by Mortons, Limited at their ...

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  31. STAFF INSPECTOR.

    Mr. A.W.Hicks, M.C., M.A., who has been appointed staff inspector in succession to Mr. A. McLachian, joined the Education Department as apupil teacher at Leichhardt in ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 52 words
  32. NEGLECTED BOY.

    A boy of is who was brought before the Children's Court yesterday on a charge of being a neglocted child under imporper guardianship was remanded for a week. He was ...

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  33. GELIGNITE FOUND

    A detonator, a plecu of fuse, some geilgulte and a knife, according to the police, were found on a man, who was arrested after a long chase at Coogee early this morning. ...

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  34. Advertising

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  35. ENGINEDRIVER SUSPENDED.

    Judge Thomson presided at an inquiry [?] at the instigation of the mining department concerning an accident at the Vale of Clw[?] No. 2 collery on May 22. On that date a ...

    Article : 3 words
  36. ALLEGED BONDI ASSAULT

    The police received no complaint in respect of the alleged assault upon a young woman at North Bondl who according to a statement by Alderman Williams of the Waverley ...

    Article : 6 words
  37. THE AUDIENCE.

    An interesting section of the audience was to be found in the gallery. This is the rendezvous of many musical students at all times, but last night there was a bigger ...

    Article : 3 words
  38. RURAL EDUCATION.

    "Many lawyers and doctors should have been navvles." said Mr. M.K. Co[?]bell during discussion at the Tamworld Farmers and [?] tlers' Association meeting on a proposal [?] ...

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  39. SOLICITOR'S DEATH.

    Mr. John Buchanan, a solucitor, committed suicide yesterday in the flat he occupled in Kimo Flats No. 5 Phillip-street city Becoming awere of a strong smell of gas ...

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  40. FOREIGN LABOUR.

    The Public Works Department recently called for tenders for the erection of two additional reservoies, and the municipal council has asked that local labour should be ...

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  41. BODY IDENTIFIED.

    The body of the woman who found floating in the Parramatta River at Parramatta on Wednesday morning has been identified as that of binry Sy[?] Smith aged 54 ...

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  42. TO-DAY.

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  43. RUNAWAY TEAM.

    A tramcar travelling down bill on the PerthFremantia-road at Nedlands to-night struck Mrs. Dorothy Davidson and her six-year-old son, who stepped off the footpath in front of ...

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  44. ORGAN RECITALS.

    The Chief City Commissioner (Mr. Fleming) has arranged for the city organist (Mr. Ernest Truman) to give a short organ recltal in the Town Hall this afternoon at 3 o'clock ...

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  45. DREDGE BELLINGEN.

    Advice received from the p[?]ot station at Urunga by the Navigation Department yesterday stated that the dredge Bellilngen is still aground on the Bellinger bar. ...

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  46. TINKER'S FIND.

    Ancient coins, some of them 150 years [?] and of varying denominations, were fou[?] last week to an old house at St. Marys by [?] lean Harris, a wandering tinker, who [?] ...

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  47. COOK BICENTENARY.

    The council of the Royal. Australian Historlcal Society is organising celebrations of the blcentenary of Captain Cook's birth. October 27, 1728. A public meeting will be held ...

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