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  2. COUNTRY NEWS.

    In the police court. Harold Jones, 24, was fined £5 on a charge of stealing £2/10/ from Arthur Mackaway, at Grafton on June 9, Evidence was given that Jones mid Mackaway ...

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  3. SMALLER STATES.

    Commenting on the statement by the Premier of Westem Australia (Mr. Collier) that the smaller States should combine to secure redress of gievances from the Commonwealth. ...

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  4. NEW MAYOR.

    ALDERMAN W. GLEESON. Alderman Gleeson has been elected Mayor of St. Peters, in succession to the late Alderman Holbeach. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. CRICKET GROUND.

    The dispute Between tne New south wales Rugby League and the New South Wales Rugby Union concerning the use of the Sydney Cricket Ground for the Maori matches ...

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  6. MUSIC WEEK.

    Music Week was successfully continued yesterday. More entertainments have been arranged for to-day and the "week" will conclude to morrow with a ball. ...

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  7. "KNIFE PROBABLY USED."

    Mrs. Gladys Lilian Jane Smith, recalled, said that, in her opinion, the piece of flesh which she had been shown that morning at the morgue, and which, she had been ...

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  8. NEW UNIVERSITY LECTURER.

    Mr. R. M. Crawford, who was appointed lecturer in history at Sydney University at the end of last year, has commenced lecturing at the University. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. UNITED STATES.

    A not unexpected, yet remarkable result of the reversal of the National Recovery Act was a meeting of 5000 members of the Republican party convention at Springfield (Illinois). ...

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  10. DEATH FROM SUFFOCATION.

    Miss Elsic Scholes, 27, was found dead in bed at her home at Vacy this morning Death is believed to have been due to suffocation, caused by a plate of false teeth becoming ...

    Article : 104 words
  11. BREAKING AND ENTERING.

    At the Tamworth Quarter Sessions yesterday, John Raymond Johnston, 22, and Clyde Carr, 25, were sentenced to three months' imprisonment on a charge of breaking into ...

    Article : 111 words
  12. WORK SUSPENDED.

    All work was suspended this morning on the Sons of Gwalia mine, Leonora, as a result of the main shaft of the winding engine breaking last night. ...

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  13. GRAZIERS' COUNCIL.

    The convention of the Graziers' Federal Council to-day resolved to urge the Federal and State Governments to reduce the cost of production of wool and meat by abolishing ...

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  14. LATE VERY REV. J. K. CULLENDER.

    The funeral of the Very Rev. John K. Collender, which took place at Manilla, was largely attended. The cortege was more than a mile in length. The chief mourner was his ...

    Article : 98 words
  15. PAPER INDUSTRY.

    Mr. H. W. Marshall, secretary and Victorian manager of Austialtan Paper Manufacturcrs, Ltd., in evidence before the Tariff Board yesterday, described steps being taken ...

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  16. ALSATIAN DOGS.

    Mr. R. Philp. of the United Glaziers' Association executive, referring to-day to the move marip against the exhibition of Alsatian dogs at shows in victoria, said that Alsatians ...

    Article : 74 words
  17. STRUCK BY LIMB OF TREE.

    While Waller Shaw was sitting on top of a load on a motor lorry which run under a fig tree, he was struck on the head by a limb of the tree. He received Iwo large lacerated ...

    Article : 55 words
  18. OBITUARY.

    News has been received by cable of the sudden death in London of Mr. William John Adams. who for 50 years has been associated with various business activities in Australia ...

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  19. POLO.

    Seven teams have entered for the Coountess of Dudley polo cup tournament, which this year will be decided at the polo ground, Kyeemagh, from Saturday, June 22, to June 29. ...

    Article : 257 words
  20. BUILDING SOCIETIES.

    At the conference of the National Association of Building Societies at Folkestone to-day, it was stated that the societies' total assets had expanded in 1934 to £515,000,000. compared ...

    Article : 95 words
  21. YOUTH'S SKULL FRACTURED.

    Glen Hawkins, 18, was to-day unloading wood from a lorry on a farm at Hazelgrove, throwing the wood piece by piece to the ground Two pieces of wood collided in the air, and one ...

    Article : 67 words
  22. FOUR MAORIS DROWNED.

    Four Maoris were drowned when a punt capsized in a river north of Auckland. Seven Maoris chartered the punt to take them across the river after a meeting. The ...

    Article : 80 words
  23. CHILD BURNT.

    A four-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. D. Rose, of Casino, was playing with a lighied candle this morning when his pyjamas became ignited, and he was severely burned about ...

    Article : 50 words
  24. N.Z. MYSTERY.

    The police are satisfied that me body of the girl found in the Tamaki River, seven miles from Auckland, on June 2, is that of Mary Elizabeth Raymond, 21, a half-caste ...

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  25. TWO MEN INJURED.

    Gerald Boyle and W. Platt, of Darlinghurst, were travelling to Sydney on the Molongroad, near Parkes, when the steering gear failed, and the car ran into a gutter about ...

    Article : 64 words
  26. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 626 words
  27. ANNUAL BIRD SHOW.

    The 4lst annual show of the New South Wales Ornithological Association was officially opened by Sir Samuel Walder. In the Town Hall basement last night. The entries of ...

    Article : 95 words
  28. RELIEF WORKS COSTS.

    A conference in Newcastle on June 20 will consider a circular letter from the Muswellbrook Municipal Council directing attention to the burdens said to be imposed on ...

    Article : 134 words
  29. DR. R. H. PULLEINE.

    Dr. R. H. Pulleine. eye, ear, and nose and throat specialist, and an authority on entomological and botanical subjects. died to-day in a piivate hospital at the age of 66. His ...

    Article : 151 words
  30. TRADE AND TOURISTS.

    Mr. G. W Clinkard, secretary of the Department, of Industries, Commerce, and Publicity, has been appointed New Zealand trade representative and tourist commissioner on the ...

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  31. THE CALL-UP.

    A call-up for employment is announced for to-day. Details appear on page 18 column 6. ...

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  32. GILBULLA CUP.

    The final of the Gilbulla Cup. in the polo tournament at Cobbitty to-day, was won by Tinagroo, who beat Vychan by 10 goals 9 behinds to 4 goals 2 behinds, The Anderson Memorial Cup final ...

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  33. COOLANGATTA OVERDRAFT.

    The Coolangatta Council's overdraft is the lowest for many years. The council has adopted plans for the erection of public dressing-rooms at Currumbin and Palm Beath, at an ...

    Article : 53 words
  34. INDEX.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 173 words
  35. MR. V. L. H. COGHLAN.

    Representatives of the Press, broadcasting companies, and the Australian Journalists' Association attended the funeral of Mr. V. L. H. Coghlan, of Milson-road, Cremorne, which took ...

    Article : 179 words
  36. "JOY-RIDING."

    The vice-president of the Taxpayers' Association (Mr. G. J. Cowie), commenting on the projected tour of New Guinea by members of the Federal Parliament, said that this and ...

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  37. DEATH OF MR. W. J. COLLINS.

    The death has occurred of Mr. William Joseph Collins at the age of 76. He was born at Wollongong, lived at Candelo for about 70 years, and was one of the pioneers of the ...

    Article : 157 words
  38. B.M.A. PRESIDENT.

    SIR JAMES BARRETT. The Melbourne surgeon. Sir James Barrett, has been elected president of the British Medical Association. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  39. ADULTERATED MILK.

    In the Lithgow Police Court. Demetrius. Sophios was fined £2, and was ordered to pay costs, on a charge of selling adultered milk. According to the evidence, the milk contained ...

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  40. MR. P. J. NELLIGAN.

    The funcral of Mr. Phillip John Nelligan, who died suddenly at his home in Smith-street Balmain. on Tuesday, took place yesterday Mr. Nelligan, who was 82 years of age, served ...

    Article : 175 words
  41. DOCTOR'S DEATH.

    Dr. Francis O'Donoghue, 34, of Monterey Flats. Campbell-parade, Bondi, was found dead at his home yesterday. A bottle, which appeared to have contained morphine, was ...

    Article : 74 words
  42. ADVERTISEMENTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 229 words
  43. NUTCRACKERS WIN ANDERSON MEMORIAL CUP.

    Nuterackers, who defeated Kilbri[?] on Wednesday, followed their win by defeating Bringelly in the Anderson Memorial Cup. Although large scores were not registered, the play in this match was ...

    Article : 221 words
  44. FIRE IN TIMBER BARN.

    Damage, estimated at £200, was caused by a fire which gutted the top story of a timber barn on D. G. Collins' property, Breimba-street, Grafton, and destroyed hay. farming ...

    Article : 54 words
  45. DISTURBANCES CAUSED BY DOGS.

    The Lithgow Municipal Council has decided to ask the Minister to apply section 21B(2) of ordinance 39 of the Local Government Act to the municipality. The section provides ...

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  46. THE UNIONS.

    Members of the wool and hide section of the Storemen and Packers' Union have decided to take steps to transfer from the Federal to the State industrial jurisdiction. It was ...

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  47. MRS. G. M. THOMPSON.

    The funeral of Mrs. Grace Mary Thompson, of Ashley-street Chatswood took place on Tuesday at the Northern Suburbs Crematorium, the last rites being conducted by the Rev. R. ...

    Article : 111 words
  48. ELECTRICAL INDUSTRY.

    The official announcement will be made next week of an affiliation of the interests of a well-known Australian engineering company, the Rosebery Engine Works, Ltd., and the ...

    Article : 146 words
  49. WORKING WEEK.

    Mr. A. E. Monk, secretaiy of the Melbourne Trades Hall Council. arrived by the Manoora to-day to ask for the Queensland Government's support of a proposal that a committee should ...

    Article : 132 words
  50. BANANA GROWERS ORGANISING.

    The Acting Prime Minister (Dr. Page) saidlast night he was glad that Mr. H. L. Anthony and the banana growers were taking step to secure a marketing organisation in New South ...

    Article : 134 words
  51. TO-DAY.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 293 words
  52. THE SUBURBS.

    Lidcombe Municipal Council has decided to request the Minister for Local Government to arbitrate in a dispute which has arisen between the council and the Railway ...

    Article : 260 words
  53. JAPAN'S INTEREST

    Mi L. J. Duffy, the representative of a large American engineering firm, who returned from a business trip to Japan by the Kitano Maru yesterday, said in some circles it was ...

    Article : 139 words
  54. THEFT OF BEER.

    Thieves who broke into the Bunnerong Hotel, Regent-street, Redfern, early this morning, stole two nine-gallon kegs. Residents in the hotel heard strange sounds ...

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  55. CORONER'S WARNING.

    The district coroner (Mr. W. Terry) to-day found that the death of Kevin Cooper, 20 months who was drowned in a well near. Ascot-road on June 2 was caused ...

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  56. CASUALTIES.

    The body of Sidney Vivian McAlaster, 37, who resided at Northam-avenue, Bankstown, was discovered by two boys in the bush near Milperra Golf Links yesterday. There was ...

    Article : 117 words
  57. ROOF COLLAPSES.

    Ten persons narrowly escaped injury when a roof weighing 10 tons collapsed and fell over the parapet of the factory of Walters and Hunt Pty., Ltd., shoe manufacturers, in ...

    Article : 105 words
  58. WYNYARD SUBWAY.

    In a letter to the Editor, Mr. V. M. A. Lambert directs attention to the need for "keep-to-the-left" signboard or other means of directing pedestrian traffic in the Wynyard ...

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  59. TUG-O-WAR WITH BULL.

    For three hours, Mr. Jim Freeman, cattle dealer, of South Murwillumban, and a number of helpers tried to persuade a bull to cross Murwillumbah bridge from the south side. ...

    Article : 59 words
  60. GAS ATTACKS.

    Lectures on "What to do in case of gas attack" are being organised by the head office of the St. John Ambulance Association. Applicants for enrolment should communicate ...

    Article : 38 words
  61. OMANA REFLOATED.

    The steamer Omana, which went aground in Grey River, was refloated to-day. ...

    Article : 21 words
  62. LATE SHIPPING.

    AUCKLAND: Arr: June 13, Mernoo, from Newcastle. ...

    Article : 13 words
  63. SUBURBAN PICTURE THEATRES.

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

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