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  2. EXHIBITION.

    Two points of view those of the research worker and the industtialist, were heard at the opening of the Electrical and Radio Exhibition in the Sydney Town Hall last night. ...

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  3. STATE PARLIAMENT.

    The Legislative Assembly yesterday resumed consideration in committee of the clauses of the Companies Bill. The sections dealt with concerned the ...

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  4. CONFERENCE.

    The Methodist conference yesterday reaffirmed its opposition to the liquor traffic and urged the Government rigidly to enforce 6 o'clock closing, in advocated the ...

    Article : 546 words
  5. AMERICA.

    The tax revision programme which has stunned Congress by its breadth was proposed by President Roosevelt yesterday as a means of raising revenue for the farm and bonus ...

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  6. CLOSE FINISH AND A PROTEST.

    Martingale (J. Duncan) passed the post a neck ahead of Questionnaire (R. James) in the second division of the Flying Handicap at Ascot, but Questionnaire was awarded the race on a protest alleging interference. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. STEEL STRIKE.

    A mass meeting of the men who left their employment at the works of the Australian Iron and Steel, Ltd., some weeks ago, will be held at Wollongong to-day to consider ...

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  8. COLLIERY STRIKE.

    A strike has occurred at Oakey Park Colliery. The secretary of the lodge (Mr. M. Mckeown) said that the manager had decided not to bring the men to the surface ...

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  9. MR. A. H. ADAMS. I

    Mr. Arthur Henry Adams, the author and poet, died in the Royal North Shore Hospital yesterday, aged 63 years. As a writer of verse, plays, and novels his name was familiar ...

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  10. AMERICAN CAPITAL

    The Premier (Mr. Collier) announced to-day that, on behalf of the State Government, he had signed an agreement with the American Smelting and Refining Corporation, under ...

    Article : 140 words
  11. NAZI ILL-TREATMENT.

    References to Nazi ill-treatment of distinguished scholars were made by Sir Farquhar Buzzard, Regius Professor of Medicine at Oxford and Physician-in-Ordinary to the late ...

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  12. AMONG THE EXHIBITS.

    The exhibition opened for the public yesterday morning and a steady stream of visitors attended, the flow increasing towards evening. The upper and lower halls were both ...

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  13. MINISTER'S STATEMENT.

    On the motion for the adjournment, Mr. Davies asked Mr. Dunningham if he would reply to his proposal for a conference. Mr. Dunningham said: ...

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  14. MR. H. H. MACDOUGAL

    Mr. H. H. MacDougal, one of the best-known Magistrates in New South Wales, died yesterday, at his home at Mosman, aged 60. Mr. MacDougal was at one time ...

    Article : 288 words
  15. FLOODED RIVER.

    The 17 stranded passengers from the northsouth train arrived at Alice Springs on two railway section cars to-night. They crossed the flooded Finke River by a flying fox and raft, ...

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  16. MUNICIPAL BOUNDARIES.

    At last night's meeting of the Ryde Council, the Mayor (Alderman Harrison) said that, although the Minister for Local Government (Mr. Spooner) had promised to give ...

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  17. POLICE INQUIRIES.

    At an inquest yesterday on George Mabin, 75, of Nithsdale-street, Surry Tlills, who collapsed and died in Eddy-avenue, city, during the week-end, the City Coroner (Mr. Oram) ...

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  18. SOVIET THREAT.

    "If Japan ventures to attack the Mongolian peoples' republic and seeks to destroy its independence, we shall have to help the republic the same as we did in 1921 against the ...

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  19. WAVERLEY COLLEGE OLD BOYS.

    The annual meeting of the Waverley College Old Boys' Union will be held at the college on Monday evening next. ...

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  20. OVERLAND MAIL.

    The overland mail, which left Alice Springs last Sunday week is still bogged about 200 miles from Tennant Creek. No carrier has made the trip on the road for nearly a ...

    Article : 75 words
  21. INDEX.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 241 words
  22. TREASURY BILLS.

    The Prime Minister (Mr. Lyons) said to-day that the policy of the Federal Ministry was to leave the board of the Commonwealth Bank absolutely free in the management of ...

    Article : 205 words
  23. VAGRANT'S DOG

    When John Campbell, 59, was sentenced to Imprisonment for six months at the Malvern Police Court to-day on a charge of having insufficient lawful means of support, he was ...

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  24. WEST QUEENSLAND RIVERS.

    Many rivers in the far south-west and central west of Queensland are in high flood. The Bulloo River is now five miles wide near Adavale. The Barcoo River is a banker, and ...

    Article : 83 words
  25. WHALING VESSELS.

    The spokesman at the Foreign Office said yesterday that the department had not received any report about Australian whaling measures, nor had any representations been ...

    Article : 360 words
  26. RUGBY LEAGUE.

    The following English Rugby League team has been selected for the Australian and New Zealand tour:- Full-backs: Sullivan, Brough. Wingers: ...

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  27. R.A.A.F. PILOT.

    Pilot-Officer E. V. Lansell, of the Royal Australian Air Force, was committed for trial on a charge of manslaughter by the Coroner (Mr. W. Hutchings), when the inquest into ...

    Article : 96 words
  28. THREAT OF VIOLENCE

    It was reported to-day to the Queensland central executive of the Labour party that Mrs. S. J. Bryan had received a threat that her husband would be "bumped off" if he did ...

    Article : 142 words
  29. ADVERTISEMENTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 257 words
  30. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    Gold was quoted to-day at £7/0/11½ an ounce fine, compared with £7/1/1 yesterday. FOREIGN EXCHANGES. The United States dollar was quoted at ...

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  31. STATE CONFERENCE.

    The Grand Lodge Conference of the Loyal Orange Institution, which was attended by delegates from all over the State, concluded with the installation of officers at Empire House ...

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  32. PRESS ILLUSTRATIONS.

    The development of a greatly increased interest in world affairs was given to the Tariff Board yesterday as a reason for a reduction of duty on process printing blocks. ...

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  33. WOMAN KILLED.

    Following a quarrel at the Upper Esplanade, Manly, about 12.45 this morning, Mrs. Alice Unwin, died from wounds in the back and right shoulder inflicted with a carving knife. ...

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  34. THOUSANDS OF COINS

    More than 6000 pennies, as well as banknotes and many hundreds of silver coins, to the total value of £49, were stolen from a safe in premises in Rawson Chambers, ...

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  35. CASUALTIES.

    Clement Davis, 21, of Hillview-street, Ramsgate, had his skull fractured on Tuesday night when he rode his bicycle into Fontainbleau-street, Sans Soucl, and a collision occurred ...

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  36. TO-DAY.

    Theatre Royal: "Anything Goes," 8. Tlvoli Theatre: "Hello, 1936," 2.30, 8. St. James Theatre: "Mutiny on the Bounty." 10.40, 1.50, 5, 8. ...

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  37. AUSTRALIAN CRICKETERS.

    The Australian cricketers left for Johannesburg this afternoon for a baseball match on Saturday against Transvaal. They left Fleetwood-Smith behind, He is being treated ...

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  38. SCHOONER A TOTAL LOSS.

    The auxiliary schooner Fairburn, which struck the Westport breakwater, when attempting te loave the harbour during a gale on Monday evening, has become a total loss. ...

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  39. SALVATION ARMY.

    Commissioner McKenzie announced yesterday that Lieutenant-Colonel James Imrie, of New Zealand, had been appointed territorial young people's secretary, with the ...

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  40. ALLEGED ASSAULT.

    Robert Jones, 38, pensioner, of Lower Campbell-street, Surry Hills, was taken to Sydney Hospital last night. He was suffering from head injuries, including probably a ...

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  41. BOY BURNT.

    Edward Hyde. 14, was severely burnt on the body, chest, and arms to-night, when his shirt caught alight while he was attending a fire in the open at Lake Eraring, in the ...

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  42. GEELONG WOOL SALES.

    In one of the most animated markets for the season Geo Hague and Co., and Dennys, Lascelles, Ltd., selling brokers, sold 96 per cent of offerings at the Geelong wool sales to-day. The total ...

    Article : 123 words
  43. ALLIANCE FRANCAISE.

    The first solree of the Alliance Francaise for 1936 was held at Frazer House last night. Madame Marr Thompson arranged the groups, which were very well attended. ...

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  44. OPTICIANS AND OPTOMETRISTS

    At a meeting of the council of the Opticians and Optometrists' Association of New South Wales, the following officers were elected:— President, Mr. Sydney Kernlck; ...

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  45. GIRL DROWNED.

    Nancy Wallace, 8, of Gllba-road, Girraween, was drowned in a creek near her home yesterday afternoon. She was seen crossing a paddock on her way back from a music lesson. ...

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