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  2. COUNTRY NEWS.

    Windradeen, the home of Mr. E. W. Lockyer, grazier, five miles from Adaminaby, was destroyed by fire early this morning. Practically nothing was saved. ...

    Article : 37 words
  3. MANNERISMS.

    The mannerisms of noted lawn tennis players will be discussed by Perry in the next few articles. In his opinion, these mannerisms are valuable aids to the ...

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  4. TAXI-CAB DAMAGED IN COLLISION WITH TRAM.

    Wreckage of a taxi-cab which crashed into a tram in New South Head-road. Double Bay, yesterday afternoon. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. WIRELESS ENTHUSIAST.

    David Adams, aged 14 years, a student of Knox Grammar School, is the youngest licensed amateur radio operator in Australia. Adams was a competitor in the recent ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 130 words
  6. ABORIGINES.

    At the Presbyterian Fellowship conference in Scotch College to-day, Dr. C. T. Duguid an Adelaide surgeon, said the average aboriginal had thrived until the arrival of the white man. The ...

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  7. HULL OF CORAMBA

    The hull of the coastal steamer Coramba, which foundered with all hands during the recent severe storms, has been found by a Melbourne diver in 22 ...

    Article : 182 words
  8. LURE OF THE NORTH COAST.

    Record crowds of holiday makers are under canvas at all the pleasure resorts alone the mid-north coast. ...

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  9. CHILDREN DROWNED.

    The body of Donald Elliott, 7, of Kurri Kurrl, who had been missing at Harrington since Christmas Day, was found in a lagoon at Harrington at 11.55 a.m. to-day. ...

    Article : 109 words
  10. SWIMMING POOL CLOSED TO FISHER

    The Fisheries Department has issued an order closing Manilla swimming pool to fishermen. The pool is 700 yards long, and occupies an area of the Namoi River running ...

    Article : 124 words
  11. TENNIS.

    The Australian championships will be played on the Kooyong courts, Melbourne, from December 31 to January 12. It is to be hoped that these courts will be in a better ...

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  12. JAPAN'S EXPORTS.

    According to Professor G. C. Allen, of the University of Liverpool, who, for some time, held an important post in Japan, a drastic drop in the volume of Japan's export trade ...

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  13. HOLIDAY ACCIDENTS.

    William Remington, of Berrima, was killed, and Merton Moore, of Berrima, was critically injured when the lorry which Moore was driving ran into a tree at Berrima on ...

    Article : 334 words
  14. DUKE OF GLOUCESTER.

    The Duke of Gloucester's foot, which was cut while he was surfing yesterday has slightly improved, but in older to give it as much rest as possible he will not leave foi Waikato ...

    Article : 174 words
  15. CASUALTIES.

    The driver of a taxi-cab was severely injured and his vehicle was wrecked when, travelling at a fast speed, it ran into the off-side of a tram in New South Head-road, near ...

    Article : 368 words
  16. MAN KILLED.

    While on a shooting expedition on Genoa River, East Gippsland, to-day, Mr. Arthur Irwin Beard was killed when a gun was accidentally discharged as it was being removed ...

    Article : 91 words
  17. KING'S AGGREGATE.

    For the second year in succession, P. M. Gillies, of the North-west Bay club, to-day won the King's Aggregate at the Tasmanian Rifle Association's prize meeting. ...

    Article : 188 words
  18. ABANDONED BABY.

    A three-weeks-old baby, which was abandoned on the verandah of a house in Parkavenue, Concord, early yesterday morning, cried lustily until it awakened the occupants ...

    Article : 90 words
  19. MAN FOUND HANGING.

    Harry Wilfred Kirkland, 37, a former employee of the Raleigh Co-op. Butter Society, was found hanging near a bank of the Bellinger River at Raleigh on Christmas Eve. ...

    Article : 53 words
  20. RETAILERS' BOYCOTT

    The long-standing friction between the Christchurch fruit retailers and auctioneering firms culminated to-day in a retailers' boycott of one of the leading wholesale firms. ...

    Article : 131 words
  21. PROTEST AGAINST NET FISHING.

    Many hundreds of anglers visiting The Entrance, and who have secured little sport, have signed a petition to the Chief Secretary asking for the closing of The Entrance to net ...

    Article : 79 words
  22. CHRISTMAS GREETINGS

    Preliminary returns show that for all States the volume of Christmas telegraph greetings sent up to December 24 exceeded all previous records. ...

    Article : 103 words
  23. YOUTH'S BODY RECOVERED.

    The body of Lindsay Hocking, l8, who disappeared while swimming in the Lachlan River yesterday, was recovered in about 15 feet of water. It was caught under a snag. ...

    Article : 83 words
  24. OBITUARY.

    The funeral of Mr. Henry Huxtable, for many years country and city representative for Messrs. Tooth and Co., Ltd., took place yesterday. The remains were cremated at ...

    Article : 200 words
  25. THE CALL-UP

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 18 words
  26. WHEAT-CARTER'S DEATH.

    Joseph Hamilton, 44, had been earting wheat at Brundah, near Grenfell, and suffered a bad heart attack. He was driven in a motor lorry by his son to the latter's home in ...

    Article : 84 words
  27. JEWISH DEBATE.

    The New South Wales Jewish debating team (W. Lieberman, B. Hertzberg, and A. Levien) beat the Victorians (R. Freedman, P. Freedman, and E. Mesquita) by 212 points to 198 ...

    Article : 46 words
  28. £3000 DAMAGE.

    Damage estimated at £3000 was caused tonight by a fire in a warehouse in Peel-street, occupied by Mr. O. V. Isaacs, importer of fancy goods. ...

    Article : 34 words
  29. INDEX.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 194 words
  30. THE COUNCILS.

    During 1934, the Newtown Council completed the widening of Missenden-road from King-street to Carillon-avenue, at a cost of £16,761. The sale of old buildings, and ...

    Article : 231 words
  31. DEATH OF MR. A. N. STIRTON.

    The death occurred last night of Alexander Nivison Stirton, aged 70. Mr. Stirton was the second son of the late Rev. Dr. Stirton. He owned Auburn Vale and Oregon stations, ...

    Article : 74 words
  32. POLICE COURTS.

    At the Central Police Court, Leslie Usher, 39. compositor, was fined £2, and William George Peitzker, 43, pianist, was lined £1 for having unlicensed revolvers in their possession. ...

    Article : 375 words
  33. TENNIS CRITIC.

    Mr. Wallis Myers, founder of the International Lawn Tennis Club, London, and one of the leading authorities on the game, has come to Australia to view the championship ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  34. MR. JOHN RYAN.

    Mr. John Ryan, who died at Balmain on Tuesday, in his 93rd year, was a son of the late Mr. J. T. Ryan, who was one of the pioneers of the Penrith district, and at one time ...

    Article : 115 words
  35. MAN'S PLIGHT.

    A middle-aged man, W. Bird, was found in a comatose state in a shack near the Lithgow Council's sewage treatment works. It was stated that Bird was weak and emaciated ...

    Article : 64 words
  36. WOMAN'S THIGH FRACTURED.

    Mrs. Annie Jones, 71, of Walker-street, North Sydney, fell in First-avenue, North Katoomba, and suffered a fractuicd thign The ambulance conveyed her to the Anzac ...

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  37. MR. JOHN CUMMING.

    Mr. John Cumming, who died at Balmain on Tuesday night, aged 76 years came to Sydney from England in the sailing ship Gladstone 51 years ago. He took an active part in the ...

    Article : 130 words
  38. ADVERTISEMENTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 200 words
  39. CHESS.

    The second round of the Australian ches[?] championship was played to-day. The surprise of the round was a fine win by Condon (S.A.) against Watson (Vic.), ...

    Article : 319 words
  40. NATIONAL PARK.

    The Lands Department, with the co-operation of the National Park Trust, has prepared an up-to-date coloured map of the National Park. All the empty spaces in the 1928 ...

    Article : 212 words
  41. ILLICIT BURIAL.

    It is possible that, because of certain features associated with the finding of the remains of a baby in an abandoned quarry at Kingsville yesterday, the police will search the ...

    Article : 131 words
  42. REV. T. D. DUNSTAN.

    The Rev. Tristram David Dunstan, whose death occurred at Sackville on Tuesday, was 81 years of age and was one of four brothers ordained in the Church of England ministry. ...

    Article : 102 words
  43. DRAUGHTS.

    The preliminary round of the Australian draughts championship was concluded today. Progress was also made in the winners and ...

    Article : 173 words
  44. MAN LOSES £90.

    Unaware where he had lost £90 in notes, James Gallaher, of South Johnstone, Queensland, alighted from the Brisbane express at Hornsby last night, and, hurrying back to ...

    Article : 120 words
  45. TO-DAY.

    Tivoli Theatre: "Tannhauser," 8. Theatre Royal: "Viktoria and Her Hussar." 8. Criterion Theatre: "Around the World," 2, 8. Mayfair Theatre: `"For Love of You," "Up to the ...

    Article : 247 words
  46. CAMEL IMPOUNDED.

    A camel may be sold by auction at Lake Macquarie Shire Council's pound at Boolaroo on January 3. The beast, which was found straying at ...

    Article : 98 words
  47. GLASSES IN DRINK SHOPS.

    "Observant," in a letter to the Editor, says he has noticed in some drink shops, particularly where milk drinks are sold, that the glasses are not properly cleansed. He ...

    Article : 60 words
  48. MR. W. DOUGLAS.

    Mr. William Douglas, who died at Lidcombe on Monday, aged 86 years, was a native of Glasgow. He came to Australia at the age of five. He lived at Lidcombe for 51 years, ...

    Article : 65 words
  49. "AIDA."

    "Aida" was repeated at the Tivoli Theatre last night by Sir Benjamin Fuller's grand opera company. The audience was most enthusiastic, particularly at the close of the ...

    Article : 100 words
  50. NEW YEAR MESSAGES.

    New Year greetings from the Governor-General (Sir Isaac Isaacs), the Prime Minister (Mr. Lyons), the chairman of the Australian Broadcasting Commission (Mr. W. J. ...

    Article : 60 words
  51. CHRISTMAS TRAGEDY.

    There was a strange scene in the Northam Cemetery to-day when the remains of Mrs. Iva Jane Burrows who it is alleged poisoned herself after she wounded her step-daughter with ...

    Article : 103 words
  52. INFANT FATALLY BURNT.

    Leo Alexander Blok, the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Blok, of Wallaroy-road, Edgecliff, was fatally burnt while lying in his perambulator at his paients' residence yesterday ...

    Article : 66 words
  53. BURIED UNDER CEMENT.

    Ralph Morris, 54, of Hudson-street, Hurstville, was buried under a stack of cement when it collapsed in Mercury-streetm Penshurst, yesterday. ...

    Article : 73 words
  54. FIJI BANANAS FOR CANADA.

    Early this morning the Aorangi completed the loading of a shipment of bananas for the western Canadian market. The shipment was organised by the Government, which ...

    Article : 89 words
  55. ESCAPED PRISONER.

    Human remains found hanging in a tree near the Waipa River have been identified as those of Bernard Charles Allan Cole, 28. who escaped from Walkeria Borstal Institute last May. ...

    Article : 61 words
  56. EDUCATIONAL TOURS.

    A party of girls from Melbourne will visit Canberra next Saturday in the course of an educational to[?] under the auspices of the Victorian Mothers' League. On January 10 and ...

    Article : 61 words
  57. MAN STRUCK ON JAW.

    During a quarrel that occurred at the rear of a hotel at Hurstville last evening, Claude Korewood, 24, of Nagel Smith-avenue, Hurstville, was struck on the jaw. He fell and ...

    Article : 54 words
  58. LATE SHIPPING.

    DUNEDIN.—Arr: Dec. 27, Canadian Constructor, from Melbourne. ...

    Article : 12 words
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