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  2. ROYAL MARINES.

    While the squadron lay at anchor in Jervis Bay to-day, and the ships' companies carried out routine duties the company of Royal Marines from H.M.S. Sussex landed and ...

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  3. COUNTRY NEWS.

    A report submitted to the annual meeting of the North Coast and Tablelands Agricultural Societies Association stated that by its outstanding performance in the State ...

    Article : 139 words
  4. LATE MR. CAMPBELL.

    The death of Mr. Walter Scott Campbell removes one of the founders of the State agricultural policy and the last orinal pupil of Sydney Grammar[?] School, Although ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. CITY COUNCIL.

    Ten candidates will contest the election to be held on Monday to fill vacancies on the City Council caused by the resignation of Alderman Jackson and Alderman Hagon, Reform ...

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  6. FIGHT FOR LIFE.

    Alfred William Irvine, 33, a warder at the Callan Park Mental Hospital, had to fight for his life when a patient armed with a razor attacked him yesterday. ...

    Article : 296 words
  7. AIR MAILS.

    Proposals for the duplication and improvement of the Singapore to Darwin air mail service this year, night flying in Queensland, and the consequent delivery of mails in ...

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  8. CELEBRATIONS.

    A special meeting of the Council of Management of the Citizens of Sydney Organise Committee his been called for Wednesday next to conslder, in consultation with the ...

    Article : 337 words
  9. SECESSIONISTS

    On the eve of their departure for Australia, the delegates who brought to London the [?]ecession petition of Western Australia (Mr. J. MacCallum Smith and Mr. H. K. Watson), ...

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  10. SHOP FRONT SMASHED BY LORRY.

    For the second time within two years, Easons, Ltd., have experienced a complete smash of the plateglass window at their emporium. A utility truck yesterday was backed ...

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  11. ASSAULT ON CONSTABLE.

    Before Judge Barton, at the Dubbo Quarter Sessions Appeal Court, George Rhynd, 26, appealed against the sentence of a month's imprisonment imposed on him by Mr. Pickup, ...

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  12. RAID ON VILLAGE.

    The Under-Secretary for India (Mr. R. A. Butler) was questioned in the House of Commons to-day regarding the incident near Jubbulpore, in India, in which British ...

    Article : 242 words
  13. AERODROME COMPLETED.

    The Peiry Aerodrome, situated two miles west of Dubbo, on the Narromine road, is complete[?] and will be issued with a landing ground licence for all types of aircraft by ...

    Article : 68 words
  14. HUME RESERVOIR.

    The Deputy Commlssioner for the Commonwealth (Mr. T. Hill), following a conference with the Murray River Commissions in Albury, announced that the Hume Rcservoir would be ...

    Article : 342 words
  15. DERAILED TRUCK DRAGGED THREE MILES.

    When a truck in the cenfre of a fruit train became derailed near Wallarobba, it was dragged three miles before its derallment was noticed. A station officer brought the train ...

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  16. STATE SCHEME.

    The Premier's statement as regards closer land settlement published yesterday, was received with interest by those representing country interests. They were, however, reluctant ...

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  17. MAN'S FINGER SEVERED.

    While Herbert Bevitt, n young man employed by the Kandos Cement Company, was cutting [?] prop. the tomahawk he was using was deflected from the prop and severed ...

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  18. DINGOES RAID RABBIT TRAPS.

    Mr. Ern Barcheldor, of Edi[?]h. who was trapping rabbits in the Gingkin locality found that rabbits weie being torn from the traps night after night. Attributing his ...

    Article : 71 words
  19. JAPANESE DEFENCE.

    The newspaper "Asahi Shimbun" says: "The army is submitting to the Cabinet a national defence programme involving an outlay of £60,000,000 in five years. ...

    Article : 78 words
  20. QUARRY ACCIDENT.

    A fall of stone at the Martin's Creek Permanent Way Melal Quarry resulted in Ernest James Button suffering abrasions, contusions to both legs, lacerations to the left ...

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  21. ENGINE-DRIVER RAISES FIRE ALARM.

    Fire destroyed the home of Mr. J. H. Counsell, Bundanoon. Warning of the fire, which broke out in the early morning, was given by the driver of a passing train. The owner ...

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  22. COUNCIL STORM.

    At a meeting of the municipal council last night, Alderman E.E. Collins, M.L.C., criticised his colleagues on the council and the Returned Soldiers' League for what he said was ...

    Article : 298 words
  23. INDEX.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 286 words
  24. SHEEP FOR JAPAN.

    Messrs. M. Carroll and Sons, the well-known Corriedale breeders, sent 506 specially selected owes to Sydney this week to fulfil an order from Japan. The ewes will be shipped this ...

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  25. CHINESE ART TREASURES.

    The cruiser Suffolk reached Portsmouth to-day with a consignment of art treasures variously estimated to be worth between £2,000,000 and £10,000,000 This is probably ...

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  26. MISSING AVIATOR.

    MR. C. A. S. CAMPBELL. Mr. Campbell is missing in a Short Scion seaplane in the wilds of Papua. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  27. PAPER SACKS APPEAL

    The Privy council allowed the appeal, Paper Sacks Proprietary, Ltd., versus Cowper, and ordered the revocation of the patents of which Cowper is the assignee in Australia. ...

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  28. BATHURST PIONEER'S DEATH.

    A link with lhe pioneer days of the Bathurst district was broken by the death of Mr. William Thomas Bullock, 77, of Stoney Creek. Bom at Urinca, Bathurst, in 1858, he ...

    Article : 83 words
  29. EVENTFUL LIFE ENDS.

    An athlete, farmer, and miner of the pioneering dass, Mr. William Rumble, has died here, aged 91 years. He was the founder of the Great Southern silver mine, on ...

    Article : 180 words
  30. AUSTRALIA'S DEFENCE.

    A sound policy of national defence and, in the event of war, the nationalisation of industry, will be recommended to the annual returned soldiers' conference nt Orange on ...

    Article : 335 words
  31. ADVERTISEMENTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 266 words
  32. AMERICAN WHEAT.

    A message from St. Paul (Minnesota) says that black rust has shrouded the spring wheat belt so darkly that observers forecast a 50 per cent. reduction in the original estimate of ...

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  33. FEDERAL INTEREST.

    The announcement of the appointment of the New South Wales Cabinet sub-committee has aroused discussion in official circles in Canberra, because of the interest of the ...

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  34. CAUSE OF PEACE.

    The recently-formed Queensland Diggers' Association has adopted the chain letter idea not for monetary profit, but in the cause of peace. ...

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  35. MEETING ABANDONED.

    Four aldeimen requested the acting town clerk (Miss McGregor) to call a special meeting of the council to review the financial position and the meeting was convened to take ...

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  36. WOMAN'S JBODY

    The body of a woman aged about 45 years whose name is believed to be Lilian Baron Self-Hudson was found floating in Sydney Haibour near McMahon's Point yesterday ...

    Article : 101 words
  37. GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP.

    The brothers, Ernest and Reginald Whitcombe, with aggregates of 292, tied for first place in ths Irish open golf championship at Newcastle, County Down. The replay will take ...

    Article : 107 words
  38. OTTAWA AGREEMENTS.

    The Federation of British Industries, in a survey of commercial policy, states that the dominions have reaped more from the Ottawa agreements than has Britain. ...

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  39. WOMAN DIES FROM BURNS.

    Mrs. Joyce, who suffered extensive [?] on Thursday, died about 12 hours later. ...

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  40. MOTOR VEHICLES.

    Statistics supplied by the Transport Department show that at the end of June last, there were approximately 690,000 motor vehicles in Australia, compared with 644,604 at June. 1934, ...

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  41. HOSPITALS COMMISSION CRITICISED.

    At last night's meeting of the directors of the Cobar Hospital, Mr. Hogan said that the Hospitals Commission must think that the local directors were "mental bankrupts." ...

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  42. TENNANT'S CREEK GOLD.

    A further survey of mining operations at Tennant's Cree kis being undertaken by the Commonwealth Geological Adviser (Dr. Woolnough). ...

    Article : 129 words
  43. ROYAL GARDEN PARTY.

    The Jubilee season ended to-day with a Royal garden party in the grounds of Buckingham Palace There was a record attendance of 12,000. Their Majesties, on arrival on ...

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  44. TO-DAY.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 337 words
  45. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    The price of gold to-day was £7/0/6½ an ounce fine, compared with £7/0/9 yesterday. FOREIGN EXCHANGES. The United States dollar was quoted ...

    Article : 273 words
  46. POPE'S POWER

    The Bishop of Bendigo (Dr. S. Baker), in the "Anglican Diocesan Journal," declares that apart from Mussolini, one man, the Pope, could stop the impending war between Italy and ...

    Article : 160 words
  47. STATE MINE DISPUTE.

    There are indications of a continuance of the dispute at the State mine[?] The delegate board of the Western Miners' Federation, which will meet at the week-end, will ...

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  48. MAN STRUCK BY LORRY.

    Edwaid Hayter, a carrier, of Camden. was struck by a motor lorry this morning and was thrown to the roadway. He was admitted to the Camden District Hospital with one of his ...

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  49. KALGOORLIE STRIKE.

    A recommendation by the State Disputes Committee of the A.L.P., that the Kalgoorlie foundry workers should leturn to work and submit their claim for higher wages to the ...

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  50. OLD MAN FATALLY BURNT.

    An old man, John Lee, who was admi[?]en to hospital with severe burns as the result of his trousers catching fire at Broadmeadows, on the Glen Innes-road, died last night. Lee ...

    Article : 79 words
  51. LAWRENCE'S BOOK.

    The publication on Montray of Lawrence[?]s "Seven Pillars of Wisdom" will probably establish a pre-publication sales record. It is understood that 50,000 copies have already ...

    Article : 78 words
  52. RETURN FROM LONDON.

    The Pilme Minister of New Zealand (Mr. Forbes), who will arrive in Australia by the Maloja next week, on his way back to New Zealand from London, has been unable to ...

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  53. WOMEN'S HOCKEY.

    At a conference of the Australian Women's Hockey Council to-night, it was decided to accept an invitation from the United States association to send an Australian women's ...

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  54. WOMEN ON HOSPITAL BOARD.

    The secretary of the Grafton Women[?]s [?] sociation has written to the hospita1 board, uiging that women should be appointed to the board as well as men. ...

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  55. TWO SAFES BLOWN.

    There were two safe-blowings in the Newcastle district last night. A little more than £1 was secured by thieves who raided the safe at Kotara railway station. A sum of ...

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  56. THE BOYS' BRIGADE.

    The Governor (Sir Alexander Hore-Ruth-ven) has accepted the newly created position of pation of the Boys' Brigade. At a meeting of the council of the brigade ...

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  57. MR. LYONS

    The Prime Minister of Australia (Mr. Lyons) sailed by the Mariposa to-day for Sydney. He said he hoped that the United States ...

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  58. LATE SPORTING.

    Young Llew Edwards, 9st 8[?]lb, convincingly outpointed Jack Webb. 9st, 9lb, in a 15-round contest for the lightweight title of Victoria, at the Fitzroy Stadium to-night. ...

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  59. DEATH OF MR. DOUGLAS PORTER.

    A cable message received by relatives announces the death from a motor accident whilst attending the Keswick Convention of Mr. Douglas Porter, secretary of the Egypt ...

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  60. PEDESTRIANS' PROTECTION ASSOCIATION.

    The inaugural meeting of the Pedestrians[?] Protection Association of Australia will be held at St. Thomas' Hall, Lewisham, on Monday next. Mr. K. J. Guhl is the organiser. ...

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  61. THE MILLIONS CLUB.

    Mr. Harold Gatty, the American aviator, who will arrive by the Makura to-day, will be the guest of the Millions Club at luncheon on Monday. ...

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  62. SUBURBAN PICTURE THEATRES.

    Programmes of Suburban Picture Theatres will be lound in the Amusement Advertisement Columns. ...

    Article : 17 words
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