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  2. WOOL SALES.

    Wool sales were held yesterday at the Sydney Wool Exchange Bridge-street, when the quantity catalogued totalled 9948 bales, and the clearance, including private sales of ...

    Article : 1,939 words
  3. STOCK SALES.

    There was a penning yesterday at the Flemington stock sales of 36,018 sheep and lambs which was about 700 head less than was drawn for. The owners totalled 183, and ...

    Article : 4,814 words
  4. BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION

    Plans have been submitted to the Chief Secretary's Department for the erection of a theatre, shopping arcade, and apartment house on a site including and adjoining the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 907 words
  5. LAW REPORT.

    The Vacuum Oil Co. Proprietary, Ltd., sought a declaration that the Motor Spirit Vendors Act of Queensland was ultra vires the Commonwealth Constitution. ...

    Article : 175 words
  6. NEW WORKS.

    Following the Federal election results, the prospects for building appear considerably brighter for the coming months than for some time post. Several works which were ...

    Article : 513 words
  7. SUPREME COURT.

    The jury returned a verdict for the plaintiff for £3850 in the action in which Ernest Herbert Stevenson, of Elizabeth Bay, formerly a farmer and grazier in the Rylstone district, ...

    Article : 188 words
  8. IN DIVORCE.

    Further evidence was given in the consolidated suits of Frederick James Ingersole for divorce from Frances Frcdericka Ingersole (formerly Mansell), and by the wife against ...

    Article : 492 words
  9. CAUSES IN NO. 1 COURT.

    This action, in which Central Investors, Ltd., claim £25,000 damages from certain police officials, is reported in another column. Mr. Windeyer, K.C., Sir Thomas Bavin, ...

    Article : 88 words
  10. NO. 2 JURY CAUSES.

    Neville Alexander Loffman, 19, by his next friend, Alexander Loffman, of Albion-street, Lakemba, sued William Maddison, Haberfield, for damages for injuries sustained on ...

    Article : 247 words
  11. POLICE SUED.

    A visit by a party of police armed with a magistrate's warrant to business offices in the city in November 1933, led to the hearing yesterday of a claim against the police for ...

    Article : 1,027 words
  12. IN CHAMBERS.

    Ex parte George, re Gray and another. Reserved judgment was delivered on the application by Albert Henry George to make absolute a rule nisi for prohibition to restrain ...

    Article : 190 words
  13. GOVERNMENT CONTRACTS.

    The Department of Public Works has signed con tracts for the following works:- Redfern Police Barracks, instaliation of a refrigernting plent, Warburton, Franki, Ltd., 307 ...

    Article : 496 words
  14. IN BANKRUPTCY.

    Re James William Middlebrook and H. M. Middlebrook. Mr. D. S. Hicks, of Messrs. Laurence and Laurence, appeared for Mr. P. W. Nette, official receiver. Adjourned until ...

    Article : 67 words
  15. IN EQUITY.

    The hearing was commenced of a passingoff suit in which the plaintiff was Kettles and Gas Appliances, Ltd., and the defendant, Anthony Hordern and Sons, Ltd. ...

    Article : 1,036 words
  16. LAW NOTICES.

    Causes List.—In the Banco Court.—At 10 a.m.: Australian Provincial Assurance Association, Ltd., v Southern Cross Assurance Co., Ltd. (part heard). Notice to jurors: The jurors engaged in this ...

    Article : 1,456 words
  17. MELBOURNE.

    The average price realised for greasy wool sold at Melbourne auctions during the week ended 22nd instant was /9.19 per lb. or £12/5/2 per bale, on an average Weight of 319,94lb per bale. ...

    Article : 38 words
  18. ABSENT BANKRUPT.

    The Registrar in Bankruptcy (Mr. Harold Huntley) issued a warning yesterday to Alexander McManus, commercial traveller, late of York Flats, French street, McMahon's ...

    Article : 228 words
  19. UNIVERSITY CARILLON.

    Dr. Sydney Nicholson, the distinguished musician and former organist of Westminster Abbey, listened to a specially arranged recital on the Univeisity carillon on Saturday. He ...

    Article : 108 words
  20. AMUSEMENTS.

    At the Theatre Royal this afternoon there will be a gala matinee entertainment in aid of the Nellie Stewart memorial fund the object of which is to endow a bed at Sydney Hospital. Many ...

    Article : 49 words
  21. LICENCES TRANSFERRED.

    The following transfers of hotel licences were granted at yesterday's sitting of the Metropolitan Licensing Bench (Mr. J. W. M. Laidlaw, chairman):—Town Hall Hall Hotel, ...

    Article : 128 words
  22. RUSSIAN BALLET.

    A recital of Russian ballet, by Arnoldi Spirka and Evelyn Parrott and their students will be given at the Conservatorium to-night at 8 o'clock. ...

    Article : 29 words
  23. "CHILDREN IN UNIFORM."

    To-night at the Savoy Theatre a special performance of Children in Uniform will be given by the Independent Theatre. The play has been produced by Doris Fitton, who appears in the ...

    Article : 57 words
  24. MILITARY ENCAMPMENTS.

    The 2nd Medium Battery, Australian Garrison Artillery, commanded by Captain P. W. Anderson, completed its annual camp of continuous training at Liverpool on Sunday. ...

    Article : 91 words
  25. MARSHALL SUMNER.

    Marshall Sumner, gifted young Melbourne pianist, who is on a tour for the Australian Broadcasting Commission, will Legin his Sydney season to-night from Station 2BL. ...

    Article : 24 words
  26. SOLDIERS' REUNION.

    The combined Australian Army Service Corps units (A.I.F.) will hold their annual reunion at the Junior Red Cross rooms, 500 George-street, on November 10. The hon. ...

    Article : 36 words
  27. THE SYDNEY VERSE-SPEAKING CHOIR.

    The Sydney Verse-speaking Choir, conducted by Miss Grace Stafford, will give a recital of modern and Elizabethan vtrse before John o'London's Literary Circle to-night, at 333 George-street. ...

    Article : 35 words
  28. HOLIDAY SALES.

    Owing to Monday, October 1, being a public holiday, there will be no sales st Flemington on that day. ...

    Article : 24 words
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