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  2. DEFICITS

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 544 words
  3. JAPAN'S PROGRESS

    Sydney residents who returned from a visit to the East by the Nieuw Zeeland yesterday were unanimous that Japan was flourishing, both from commercial ...

    Article : 639 words
  4. WYANGALA

    The Coroner (Mr. H. D. Pulling) found to-day that the death of William John Neilsen, a worker at, the Wyangala dam, was caused by a ...

    Article : 860 words
  5. ABYSSINIA.

    The dangers to Indian and dominions communications, should Italy's dispute with Abyssinia result in her bestriding the Red Sea and the possible reaction ...

    Article : 545 words
  6. THIRD TEST.

    Thirteen players from whom England's team for the third test match against South Africa will be selected, have been named. The list contains the names of five men new to ...

    Article : 272 words
  7. INFLUENZA.

    The staffs of several large public hospitals in the city and suburbs have been seriously affected by the influenza outbreak. At Sydney Hospital, four resident doctors ...

    Article : 517 words
  8. MAHENO ADRIFT.

    The steamer Maheno, carrying a crew of eight men, is drifting helplessly in a cyclone off the Queensland coast. As her propellers have been removed, the vessel is little better than a derelict. When last reported she was 60 miles south-east of Sandy Cape, and ...

    Article : 145 words
  9. WEATHER GROWING WORSE.

    The weather off the Queensland coast was growing worse rapidly last night, and coastal stations reported that a 40-mile-an-hour gale was blowing. It is feared that the Maheno ...

    Article : 790 words
  10. ENGLAND'S NEW MEN.

    After the first test match the English selectors dropped R. W. V. Robins, W. E. Bowes, and J. Iddon, and now, from the second test team, they have dropped E. R. ...

    Article : 340 words
  11. RACING GREYHOUND.

    In the West Maitland Court to-day, the hearing was resumed of the charge against Thomas Christopher McCarthy, of Morpeth, of having in his possession a greyhound ...

    Article : 428 words
  12. VISITOR TO CITY

    After giving evidence in the Supreme Court yesterday, William Patrick Ensor, who is in his 65th year, told Mr. Justice Street from the floor of the court that his Honor was the first ...

    Article : 459 words
  13. RATS AT BANKSTOWN

    The Bankstown municipal council's health inspector (Mr. W. Roach) has reported that he estimates the number of rats at Bankstown at about 30,000. He said that rats were ...

    Article : 187 words
  14. DAVIS CUP.

    With the completion of the all-England championships at Wimbledon, interest will revert to the Davis Cup matches. Germany will meet Czechoslovakia in the final of the ...

    Article : 359 words
  15. UNITED STATES.

    An interesting plan providing for the poor of the future was revealed to-day. Four years ago Governor Curley took out an Insurance policy for 11,000 dollars a year, ...

    Article : 193 words
  16. SPLENDID RAINS,

    The greater part of the State, including the western grazing lands, again participated in good winter rains during the week-end, and rain is still falling in many centres to-night. ...

    Article : 326 words
  17. SPORT FACILITIES.

    Statements were made at a meeting of the City Council's health committee yesterday that the council lost £900 last year on the Moore Park golf course, and that it lost ...

    Article : 465 words
  18. SECRET LOCKS

    At the new emergency landing-ground which has been prepared at Cape Fourcroy, on the uninhabited part of Bathurst Island, measures have been taken to prevent wandering tribes ...

    Article : 230 words
  19. WARRIORS' DAY.

    With trumpets, drums, and martial pomp, the ex-Kaiser's army was resuscitated to-day, when 350,000 men assembled at Kassel, for Warrlors' Day, which was organised by the ...

    Article : 253 words
  20. SOUTH AFRICANS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 103 words
  21. RIVETER'S COLLAPSE

    Joseph Asprey, a boilermaker, of Darlingstreet, Balmain, collapsed yesterday afternoon while at work, 180 feet above the ground, on the new railway administrative building in ...

    Article : 102 words
  22. SALVATION ARMY.

    Commander J. W. de Groot and Mrs. de Groot, who are in charge of the Salvation Army work in the East Indies, with their headquarters at Bandoeng, arrived in Sydney ...

    Article : 197 words
  23. TRIBAL FIGHT.

    Reports have reached Darwin that an aboriginal was killed during a tribal squabble on the Daly River, 150 miles from Darwin, and the Darwin Coroner (Mr. V. L. Lampe) ...

    Article : 154 words
  24. FURS WORTH £700

    Thieves entered the shop of Edward P. Weber, furrier, in Pitt-street on Friday night and removed furs valued at £700. A curious feature of the robbery was that though the ...

    Article : 166 words
  25. CANADA.

    The former Minister for Trade and Commerce, Mr. H. H. Stevens, has announced acceptance of the leadership of a new political party with the object of reconstruction. ...

    Article : 70 words
  26. EARTH TREMORS

    One of the severest earth tremors ever felt in Rabaul was experienced yesterday afternoon. Rumbling sounds, similar to thunder, preceded five severe shocks, each of which ...

    Article : 142 words
  27. ALSATIANS.

    Brisbane authorities on Aisatian dogs agree with Mr. G. W. Ross, of Kogarah (N.S.W.), who, at the annual championship show of the Ladies' Kennel Association of Queensland on ...

    Article : 98 words
  28. CONSECUTIVE SUMMERS.

    The medical correspondent of the "Daily Mall," commenting on the theory that athletes suffer by experiencing consecutive summers, points out that the average con" ...

    Article : 86 words
  29. MR. LYONS.

    To-day the Australian Prime Minister (Mr. Lyons) and his party spent a restful seven hours steaming up and down the Hudson River to and from West Point. They had lunch with ...

    Article : 139 words
  30. WIRTH'S CIRCUS.

    Wirth's Circus, which abruptly terminated a proposed five months' tour of the Far East after performing for only 23 nights, reached Fremantle on the motorship Gorgon to-day, bound ...

    Article : 210 words
  31. DEFENCE EXPENDITURE.

    The Minister for Defence (Mr. Parkhill) referred yesterday to the cabled report of comment by the "Observer" (London) that Australia's increased expenditure on defence could ...

    Article : 149 words
  32. NEWS AWAITED.

    A message has been received by the Prime Minister's Department from the LieutenantGovernor of Papua. (Sir Hubert Murray) that nothing has been heard since February of an ...

    Article : 117 words
  33. OLD MAN GORED.

    William Jordan, 83. is in a very serious condition in the Junee District Hospital as a result of an attack by a bull. Jordan was earrying two fruit cases across ...

    Article : 126 words
  34. CANOE VOYAGERS.

    George Cobb and Cyril Cox, each 18 years old, who set out from Aberdeen in an 18ft sailing canoe on June 9, arrived here yesterday. During the four weeks' journey ...

    Article : 118 words
  35. WOMEN TENNIS PLAYERS

    The "News-Chronicle" says that Miss Helen Jacobs and Mrs. Helen Wills-Moody are relusing an offer of £5000 to play a match in California. Miss Elizabeth Ryan is starting ...

    Article : 120 words
  36. POISONED.

    It has now been established that John Robinson, 54, of Anderson-street, Kangaroo Point, who suddenly collapsed on June 26, died from the effects of poison. ...

    Article : 66 words
  37. AIRMEN KILLED.

    The well-known racing airman, Captain Jacques Puget, and a companion, Lieutenant Qumgot, were killed in a crash at the annual 12-hours' race at Angers (Maine-et-Loire), in ...

    Article : 73 words
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