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  2. LANG PARTY M's.L.A.

    The Lang party pre-selcetion ballots for the Newcastle district State electorates, which closed yesterday, resulted in the defeat of two of the three Newcastle district Ms.L.A.— ...

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  3. COUNTRY NEWS.

    Hermann A. Pacch, 68, a well-known lanoowner, died suddenly at Albury. Mr. Paech farmed successfully in the Walla Walla district for many years. He was a councillor ...

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  4. OIL COMPANY CHIEF.

    Mr. E. A. Callanan, who will leach Sydney this morning by the Monterey, will hucceed Mr. H. C. Cornforth as chairman and managing dircctor of the Vacuum Oil Co. Pty., Ltd. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. FAIRBRIDGE SCHOOL.

    In delightfully warm weather, the Duke to-day visited the Fairbridge farm school for English boys and girls. On the 50 miles run southward to Pinjarra, ...

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  6. WHEAT TRADING.

    The council of the Winnipeg Grain Exchange yesterday announced an experiment with the object of improving the market machinery and legulating opening ...

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  7. FOREIGN RELATIONS.

    Fifty thousand people assembled to heal Signor Mussolini s speech on foreign affairs. He declared that it would be impossible to impiove relations with Yugoslavians of ...

    Article : 234 words
  8. DR. CHISHOLM ROSS.

    With the sudden death at his home in Berry-street, North Sydney, on Saturday morning of Dr. Chisholm Ross, Australia has lost an eminent nerve specialist, who was ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. AUTOGYRO

    Mr. C. Gatenby, formelly a pilot with Pacific Aerial Transport, Ltd., of Wau, New Guinea, and Mr. H. A. de Kantzow, also of Wau, reached Sydney by the Mataram to make ...

    Article : 469 words
  10. ANCIENT BIBLE.

    A Bible, said to be 376 years old and [?] piece of delicate embroidery-work more than 200 years old, were interesting exhibits in the arts and crafts section at the annual falir ...

    Article : 129 words
  11. THE DUKE'S HUNTERS.

    A cablegram, published in the Press, that the Duke of Gloucester proposes to sell the whole of his stock of hunters, with the exception of two horses, was referred to-day ...

    Article : 108 words
  12. ASSAULT IN STREET.

    Injuries alleged to have been suffered by William Harper and George Edward Thompson In Prince-street on September 29 led to the appearance at the Grafton Police Court on ...

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  13. GOLD AND SILVER

    The recovery of the first gold and silver ever taken from sea-water was announced here last night by Dr. Willard H. Dow, of the Ethyl-Dow Chemical Company. ...

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  14. COUNTRY TOUR.

    The Duke will bid good-bye to Perth early to-morrow morning, when he will set out by car on his first country tour of Australia, before departing by the Commonwealth Royal ...

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  15. HUMAN SKELETONS

    A message from Jerusalem says that four human skeletons, believed to be more than 100,000 years old, and described by Professor Albright, Director of the American School of ...

    Article : 70 words
  16. AGITATION FOR BRIDGE.

    The building of a bridge over the Upper Macleay River at Bellbrook has been urged for a long time, to open up land for closer settlement. A letter has now been received ...

    Article : 69 words
  17. CHILLED BEEF CARGO.

    The freighter Stuart Star, which is dur to arrive in Sydney to-day, has on board the first shipment of chilled beef from Central Queensland to the United Kingdom. The ...

    Article : 187 words
  18. SCHOOL HOLIDAY

    Next Wednesday will be observed as a school holiday throughout Western Australia in commemoration of the Duke's visit to the State. ...

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  19. CONFISCATED BEER.

    The Lithgow police nie still guarding about 1100 gallons of beer, which were the subject of charges in the Lithgow Police Court recently for failure to pay excise duty, ...

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  20. THE SENATE COUNT.

    The resull of the count of the poll for the election of three Senators from New South Wales will be declared at noon to-moriow by the Commonwealth Electoral Offlcer for the ...

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  21. BRITISH FASCISTS.

    One hundred Black Shirt stewards and 30 police were among an audience of 3000 which was addressed by Sir Oswald Mosley at Plymouth. ...

    Article : 97 words
  22. COUNTRY TRADING INTERESTS.

    Formed recently in Moree to protect country trading interests the Country Towns Pretertion Association received support at Narrabri when a public meeting decided to form [?] ...

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  23. AT CATHEDRAL SERVICE.

    Before leaving for the Fairbridge farm school to-day, the Duke attended the morning service in the Anglican Cathedral, and occupied the Vice-Regal pew. Archbishop Le ...

    Article : 36 words
  24. BRITISH TRADE.

    Further evidence of improving trade in Britain is found in the weekly return of the Bank of England. For the past week, the note circulation, ...

    Article : 177 words
  25. WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    H. B. Collett (Nationalist-Country party is the first Western Australian Senator. The final figures were:—Bourke (Fed. Lab.), 81.S79; Collett, 108,368. Majority for Collett, ...

    Article : 59 words
  26. MELBOURNE TRAMWAYMEN.

    A meeting of about 1000 tramway men, by an overwhelming majority, decided the morning to hold a stop-work meeting at 10.30 a.m. on October 16, two days before the arrival of ...

    Article : 151 words
  27. ATALANTA.

    Inspector W. L. Ellis, who investigated the Atalanta tragedy for the Air Accidents Investigation Committee, and Pilot W. A. Baird, works manager of Qantas, returned to Brisbane ...

    Article : 171 words
  28. POLICE FIRE SHOTS.

    Sergeant Canning and Constable Jackson, while motoring near Jellicoe Park, about 1.45 a.m. yesterday, saw a man whom they suspected of being connected with recent ...

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  29. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    F. W. Southall, the English cyclist, cycled 457 miles in 24 hours, beating the record established by the Australian cyclist, Hubert Opperman, by 15½ miles, despite numerous ...

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  30. MEMORIAL SERVICE

    The Rev. R. T. Hewett in an address at the memorial service conducted at Anzac Range yesterday, said that there was a danger that the generations yet unborn might forget the ...

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  31. METHOD OF VOTING.

    In an official statement issued on Saturday the Country party pointed out that it had always favoured proportional representation in the Senate. ...

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  32. VERDICT OF SUICIDE.

    The adjourned inquiry into the death of Ernest McManus, of Tarana, was held at Oberon. The coroner (Mr. C. D. Doust) returned a finding of death from poisoning ...

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  33. LATE SHIPPING.

    AUCKLAND (1084m).—Arr: Oct. 6, Otranto, from Condon, via Suez: Troja, from Brisbane, via Sydney; Yomachichi, from New York, via eastern States; Welcombe, from Tampico. Dep: Oct. 6, Otrnto, for ...

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  34. SNAKE IN SAFE.

    Mr. H. C. Seccombe, of Namoi Farm, Narrabri, killed a black snake 4ft 3in long, which had crawled into a "drip" safe and had [?] den in the charcoal. It was dislodged by ...

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  35. MISSING STEAMER.

    The search for the British steamer Millpool, of 4218 tons, has been abandoned, and it is presumed that the vessel, with her crew of 26, has been lost. ...

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  36. MOTOR ACCIDENTS.

    George Davey, 26, labourer, of Fern-street, Islington, Newcastle, was riding a motor-cycle along the Pacific Highway near the Hawkesbury River last evening, when he collided ...

    Article : 354 words
  37. INDEX.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 208 words
  38. CASUALTIES.

    The body of William Kenwick, of Huntley's Point-road, Huntley's Point, was found in a shelter shed at the Chatswood Rifle Range last evening. He had been missing from his ...

    Article : 218 words
  39. POSTMASTER'S HOUSE BURNT.

    A four-roomed cottage at North Beach, be longing to Mr. Geo. Keogh, postmaster at Repton, was destroyed by fire. The origin of the fire is a mystery. The house was unoccupied ...

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  40. THE CHURCHES.

    Sylvania Congregational Chuich jubilee celebrations were inaugurated on Saturday afternoon by an open-air service, held on the spol, where the first service was conducted by ...

    Article : 409 words
  41. WENTWORTH FALLS FLOWER SHOW.

    At the monthly flower show of the A.H. and I. Society the prize-winners were Mrs. F. W. Hughes, Mrs. R. Parsons, Misses Sinclair and Drew and Messrs. H. Johnson and E. A. Drew. ...

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  42. GRASSHOPPERS.

    Although Riverina was not affected by the grasshopper invasion last year, an extension of the trouble this season is feared. Grasshoppers lately have been reported to have ...

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  43. EISTEDDFOD ASSOCIATION.

    The following officers were elected at meeting of the Eisteddfod Asbociation of New South Wales:—President, Mr. Arnold Baily (Kurri Kurri); vice-presidents, Messrs. L. V. ...

    Article : 250 words
  44. ADVERTISEMENTS.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 187 words
  45. BYRD EXPEDITION.

    The tractor party yesterday morning reached a point 180 nautical miles east of Little America, within easy distance of its objective, Edsel Ford Range, which it expects to reach ...

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  46. BRITISH LOTTERY

    At the Conservative conference at Bristol Sir William Davison, M.P., submitted a motion urging the establishment of a national lottery. He emphasised that ordinary citizens resented ...

    Article : 209 words
  47. WOLF CUBS' COMPETITION.

    Seven packs of city and suburban Wolf Cubs paraded in the Inner Domain on Saturday for the annual "E. T. Way" totem pole competition. State Commissioner John Barrett was ...

    Article : 113 words
  48. £20,000 DAMAGE.

    The reconstruction of the works of [?] Eureka Terracotta and Tile Co., Ball[?] which were destroyed by fire on Saturd[?] morning, will probably begin soon. The f[?] ...

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  49. FOUND MURDERED.

    William Owen, an employee of the Montreal Stock Exchange, was found murdered in the apartment of Miss Dolores Morel, a young Spanish night club dancer, with a knife wound ...

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  50. ABERMAIN NO. 2 COLLIERY.

    An attempt may be made to throw idle all coal mines controlled by J. and A. Brown and Abermain-Seaham Collieries, Ltd., in the hope of forcing the [?]npany to withdraw conditions ...

    Article : 129 words
  51. PREMIER'S PRAISE

    "I am proud to know Dalmar is called a home, and not an institution," said the Premier (Mr. Stevens) when he opened the annual fete and gift afternoon at Dalmar ...

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  52. TO-DAY.

    Theatre Royal: "Blue Mountain Melody." 8. Criterion Theatre: "Sixteen," 8. New Tivoli Theatre: "The Beloved Vagabond," 8. Embassy Theatre: "Catherine the Great." "The ...

    Article : 268 words
  53. CENTENARIAN'S DEATH.

    Mr. Albert, Norton, who celebrated his 104th birthday on May 10, died on Saturday at Brunswick (Melbourne). Born in England, he worked for a time as an apprentice ...

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  54. INADEQUATE RUNWAY.

    Reports received at the week-end by the officer in charge of the geological survey of No[?]h Australia (Sir Herbert Gepp) from the party of technical officers now engaged on an ...

    Article : 225 words
  55. COLLISION IN MID-AIR.

    Crowds awaiting Slgnor Mussolini at a function saw two military aeroplanes collide at a height of 3000ft. The pilots jumped with parachutes. One ...

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  56. AUSTRALIAN GOODS.

    Although the northern council of the groceis' associations declares that the boycott of Australian goods began on Thursday, it is stated that not all of the associations are ...

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  57. THE GROWTH OF MUSIC.

    The series of historical recitais arranged by the Musical Association of New South Wales under the title "The Growth of Music," was continued last nicht from Station 2FC, ...

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  58. REAL ESTATE AUCTIONS.

    Peach Brothers, in conjunction with Walter Butler and J. B. Stewart, both of Punchbowl, Report having held a successful auction sale on behalf of the Commissioner for Railways ...

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  59. NORTHERN TERRITORY SEAT

    Sufficient postal votes were received in Darwin at the week-end by the mail from the interior to warrant calling the scrutineers together to count them. One hundred and ...

    Article : 94 words
  60. SILVER CURRENCY.

    The Treasury has revealed that in the two months since the Silver Purchase Act became law approximately 134,000,000 dollars of new money has been put into circulation About ...

    Article : 68 words
  61. BRADMAN'S CONDITION.

    The condition of D. G. Bradman is still very satisfactory. ...

    Article : 18 words
  62. POLICE IN HYDE PARK.

    A correspondent asks that police should pay greater attention to the northern area of Hyd[?] Park, near Park-street. ...

    Article : 15 words
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