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  2. FEDERAL SESSION.

    Several Government members, as well as the Opposition, strongly criticised the Federal proposals for the relief of unemployment, when the Budget, debate was continued in the ...

    Article : 516 words
  3. COUNTRY NEWS.

    Oversea visitors for the Melbourne centenary reached Albury yesterday by special train. The party of 33 included Senator F. S. Malan (South Africa), Messrs. W. F. Endeen ...

    Article : 111 words
  4. PROHIBITED LAUG.

    In the Glen Innes Police Court, Ronald H. Neilson was fined £25 for having attempted to obtain a prohibited drug, and John A. Mclaughlin was fined £50 for soliciting Neilson ...

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  5. MUNICIPAL AND SHIRE NOMINATIONS.

    Nominations for candidates for shire and municipal council elections which take place on December 1 throughout New South Wales closed yesterday, with the exception of the City ...

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  6. ROYAL VISIT TO SYDNEY.

    The Royal train which is to be used by the Duke of Gloucester on his country tours of New South Wales stood at No. 8 platform from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. yesterday and crowds ...

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  7. THE DUKE

    A hal[?] for lunch in Tasmania's Royal train at Clarendon on the journey from Hobart put the Duke of Gloucester nearly an hour behind schedule in arriving at Launceston. ...

    Article : 850 words
  8. HIGH COURT JUDGMENT.

    Mr. Justice Evatt made his order for Kisch's release after the hearing of an application for a writ of habeas corpus directed to the Commonwealth of Australia and the master of ...

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  9. SUNDAY SPORT PROHIBITED.

    The Kempsey Municipal Council decided on the motion of Aldermen W. J. Caldvell and E. E. Trees, to prohibit organised sports on council parks on Sundays. ...

    Article : 117 words
  10. BOMB ATTEMPT.

    An apparently deliberate attempt to blow up the power house at the Williamstown racecourse and thereby disable the three automatic totalisators on the course was made early this ...

    Article : 235 words
  11. EMERGENCY RELIEF SCHEME.

    Parkes Council decided to ask the Government to extend the working hours of emergency relief workers. The matter was introduced by the Mayor (Alderman ...

    Article : 79 words
  12. BURRINJUCK DAM AND FLOODS.

    There ate differences of opinion about the release of water from Burrinjuck Dam. At a meeting of farmers a resolution was carried unanimously protesting against the ...

    Article : 144 words
  13. FESTIVAL WEEK.

    The horticultural exhibition of the Horticultural Council of New South Wales held in conjunction with the festivities under the control of the Citizens of Sydney Organising ...

    Article : 165 words
  14. DIRTY SLAUGHTERHOUSE.

    Bertram Wallace Meehan was fined £5, at Gosford Court, for failling to keep clean his slaughterhouse, near Woy Woy. Mechan pleaded guilty. ...

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  15. LOAN PROSPECTUS.

    Prospectus of the Commonwealth loan of £15,000,000 was issued yesterday. It conforms with the announcement made at Canberra on Wednesday, namely interest at 3 per cent. ...

    Article : 231 words
  16. ELECTRICITY CHARGES REDUCED.

    The Windsor Municipal Council has decided to reduce the prices of electricity and power to consumers in the McGrath's Hill district. Electric light will be 6½d a unit, instead of 7½d, ...

    Article : 59 words
  17. DEAF AND DUMB CONGRESS.

    The organising secretary of the Adult Deaf and Dumb Society of New South Wales (Mr. Charles Clarke), referring yesterday to the warning issued against unauthorised collectors ...

    Article : 151 words
  18. GALA DAY ARRANGEMENTS.

    A programme of entertainment at the Showground for Gala Day on Thursday next which will be attended by the Duke of Gloucester, was issued yesterday ...

    Article : 231 words
  19. CANOWINDRA ELECTRICITY.

    The Canowindra Electric Light and Power Supply Co., Ltd., has commenced charging its supply to consumers from direct to alternating current. The change over is being made in ...

    Article : 58 words
  20. LIGHTNING SHATTERS TREE.

    During a heavy thunderstorm, a man named Jones was driving a, horse and sulky along the Green Hill-road, when a flash of lightning struck a large tree alongside the roadway, ...

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  21. STATE LOTTERY.

    The principal prizes in the 233rd State Lottery were drawn at the Australian Hall yesterday morning by Captain W. P. Clifton[?] Mogg, marine superintendent of the Aberdeen ...

    Article : 117 words
  22. LATE SPORTING.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 22 words
  23. DINGOES KILLED.

    Mr. Arthur Mate a young farmer of Dome Mount, poisoned two huge dingoes during the weet. One measured 5ft, 3in from the tip of the tail to the nose, and the other just over ...

    Article : 112 words
  24. FIJI BANANAS.

    The Federal Ministry has decided to reduce the charges on Fiji bananas entering Australia Legislation to empower the removal of the present sales tax of 6 pet cent. will be ...

    Article : 142 words
  25. CONTROL OF TRAFFIC.

    Superintendent Mackay yesterday issued the arrangement, made for the control of traffic on Thursday next, when the Duke of Gloucester arrives in Sydney. He said that ...

    Article : 436 words
  26. INDEX.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 172 words
  27. SWAGMAN FOUND DEAD.

    An unknown swagman was found dead in a hut on the racecourse yesterday afternoon. He is believed to have died from natural causes. He was seen walking on the Wallerawang road ...

    Article : 71 words
  28. ORD RIVER CRASH.

    Passengers who arrived in Perth to-day on the north-west mail plane graphically described the tragedy at Ord River on November 7. when a Moth plane crashed a passanger Charles ...

    Article : 202 words
  29. RELIEF WORK.

    Alderman Duffy (Goulburn), at, a meeting of the executive, of the Local Government Association yesterday, criticised the relief work system. ...

    Article : 205 words
  30. YOUTH'S LEG SEVERED.

    Anthony Pagan Mentone. 18, of Gilgandra, had a leg severed below the knee yesterday. He was moving [?]cerne, and got off the machine to remove some sticks, when the ...

    Article : 92 words
  31. HORSE EXHIBITION.

    To-day the Horse Association of New South Wales will conduct its fourth annual procession through the city streets, terminating in an exhibition at the Show Ground. ...

    Article : 137 words
  32. FLOOD SAFEGUARDS.

    In reply to representations made on behalf of the Hawkesbury District Flood Prevention Association, Mr. Ronald B. Walker, M.L.A., has been informed by the Minister for Public ...

    Article : 130 words
  33. ADVERTISEMENTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 243 words
  34. WHEAT FREIGHTER.

    The steamer Mansepool arrived yesterday morning after being at sea for more than two months without visiting any port. She left Trieste, Italy, on September 18. ...

    Article : 84 words
  35. DRINK AT DANCES.

    Speaking at the opening of the annual Catholic fair in the Soldiers' Memorial Hall, Kempsey, yesterday, the Rev. Father Morris congratulated the returned soldiers, whose ...

    Article : 143 words
  36. AUSTRALAN MANNERS.

    Australian manners leave nothing to be desired according to Mr. Rexford W. Barton, an American educationist who has spent a few daya in Sydney. "I am amazed at the ...

    Article : 442 words
  37. DANISH FLIERS.

    Lieutenant Michael Hansen and Mr. Daniel Jensen, the Danish entrants in the centenary air race, arrived in Brisbane at 3.30 p.m. to-day, en route for home. They will stay here until ...

    Article : 53 words
  38. PRIVATE LUNCHEON.

    The Union club will entertain the Duke of Gloucester privately at a luncheon next Friday. The president of the Australian Club (General Macarthur-Onslow) will he the host ...

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  39. CULVERT MURDER.

    The Argyle Ministry has decided not to offer any reward for the arrest, and conviction of the person or persons who murdered the young woman, whose body was found in a culvert at ...

    Article : 87 words
  40. STATE ELECTIONS.

    At a meeting of the Willoughby U.A.P. State electoral conference on Thursday night, Mr. E. L. Sanders, M.L.A., wes unanimously selected and endorsed as the candidate for Willoughby ...

    Article : 75 words
  41. WAR SERVICE RIBBONS.

    To enable returned soldiers to brighten up their medals for the march on November 24, the occasion of the Duke of Gloucester's visit, ribbons will be available at the offices of the ...

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  42. TO-DAY.

    Town Hall' Grenadier Guards Band. 2.30, 8. New Tivoli Theatre: "Her Past," 8.10. Theatre Royal: Russian Ballet, 2, 8. Mayfair Theatre: "The Merry Malones," 2.15, 8. ...

    Article : 275 words
  43. PORTER'S ESCAPE.

    Charles Williamson, 30, a porter at the Auburn railway station, who lives in Harrow-road, Auburn, narrowly escaped being cut to pieces by a train yesterday morning when he ...

    Article : 125 words
  44. BROADCASTING.

    Arrangements have been completed between the Australian Broadcasting Commission, a large group of B class stations, and Mr. Archer Whitford, director of the Sydney Harbour ...

    Article : 92 words
  45. COUNTERFEIT COINS.

    Detectives Aldridge and Wedlock of the Regent-street Police. searched a house in Chippendale yesterday. It is alleged that counterfeiting apparatus, moulds, and coins, ...

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  46. COASTAL STEAMER

    The steamer Burringbah, formerly well-known in the coastal trade, was scuttled yesterday. Early in the morning, the stripped hulk was taken in tow at Kerosene Bay by the tug ...

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  47. DISPUTE OVER BRIDGE COST.

    An inquiry by Mr. E. R. Gallop, of the Local Government Department, will be held into a dispute that has arisen between Ermington and Rydalmere and Gramille Municipal ...

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  48. HEAVIEST TRAIN

    An important test of train brakes will be made next week down the Blue Mountain grades. A train loaded with 2000 tons of coal and ...

    Article : 123 words
  49. BOLTING HORSE

    A bolting horse caused excitement, in Ultimo yesterday morning. It became frightened near the Municipal Fruit Markets. Efforts to stop it were futile, and it dashed through the traffic, ...

    Article : 120 words
  50. RETAIL TRADE HOLIDAYS.

    The secretary of the Retail Traders' Association of New South Wales (Mr. S. T. Bennett) said yesterday that his council has recommended members of the retail trade in the ...

    Article : 131 words
  51. ELECTRIC LIGHT FAILURE.

    All lights failed in the Warringah Shire, from Queenscliff to Palm Beach, last night when an overhead wire was struct, by lightning during a storm. The lights went out shortly before 9 ...

    Article : 55 words
  52. CASUALTIES.

    Thomas Lall, a small boy, was shockingly burned about the face and arms yesterday morning when a benzine stove exploded at his home and sprayed the blazing contents over ...

    Article : 89 words
  53. PEAT'S FERRY.

    The Commissioner for Main Roads stated yesterday that an all-night service would be provided at Peat's Ferry on Wednesday night next for the benefit of people travelling to ...

    Article : 37 words
  54. GALLIPOLI LEGION.

    A general meeting of members of the Gallipoli Legion will be held at the Junior, Red Cross Cafe, 500 George-street, at 8 p.m. on Monday. ...

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  55. R.A.F. FLYING BOATS.

    The Royal Air Force flying boats left Brisbane soon after 6 a.m. for Gladstone, en route for their base at Basra. ...

    Article : 30 words
  56. SUBURBAN PICTURE THEATRES.

    Programmes of suburban picture theatres Will be found in the Amusements Advertising Columns. ...

    Article : 19 words
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