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  2. MELBOURNE TURF CARNIVAL.

    Acceptances for the Caulfield Cup, to be run next Saturday, were declared to-day, and l8 remained in the race. The presence of the brilliant New Zealander Sir Simper no doubt accounted for the heavy withdrawals notable of which were Hall Mark, Broad Arrow, Kuvera, and Nightly. ...

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  3. SEVERE STORMS.

    A stoim which broke over the whole of Victoria to-dnv caused widespread damage to fruit crops and buildings. Thunder and lightning were accompanied by heavy hail. The ...

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  4. GERMANY.

    The battle between Nazi German Christians and 8000 dissident pastors is reaching a climax of fierceness, owing to the secret police shadowing the Bishop of Bavaria (Dr. Melser) ...

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  5. COUNTRY NEWS.

    The Carcoar Hospital committee has received a communication from the Public Works Department, to the effect that the Minister has approved a half loan-half grant of £1600 to ...

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  6. MAN DROWNED.

    Hendrick van Buren, of Brighton, was drowned to-day at Cowes when he and a companion were trapped by the rising tide on a cluster of rocks near the Nobbles, off ...

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  7. WITH THE SOLDERS.

    The reception given the Duke this morning by 6000 returned soldiers, who assembled at the Jubilee Oval, and who were awaiting him when he left the University, a few hundred ...

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  8. OBITUARY.

    Mr. Arthur Rose, who died in London on Thursday, at the agc of 72 years, was for many years prominent in the softgoods trade of Sydney, and he also took an active part ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS

    Dubbo citizens aie taking a keen interes in the forthcoming municipal elections. Already more than 30 candidates, including three women, have been mentioned. Three progress ...

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  10. SYSTEMATIC HOSPITAL CONTRIBUTIONS.

    As a result ol intensive orgainsation, the membership of the systematic contribution scheme of the Dubbo District Hosnitai has increased to 2224, which represents an annual ...

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  11. HEAVY HAIL.

    A terrific hailstoim struck Thuigoinlndah about 2 o'clock this afternoon and was followed by heavy rain for half an hour. Trees and gardens were damaged and ...

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  12. CAPTAIN COOK

    The cottage which James Cook, father of Captain Cook, erected at Great Ayton, and which was transported to Melbourne and erected in Fitzroy Gardens, was handed over ...

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  13. INSPECTION OF STATE FORESTS.

    The Minister for Forests (Mr. Vincent) accompanied by Mr. Tout, the Acting Commissioner for Forests, arrived here on Saturday. They devoted portion of yesterday to a visit ...

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  14. DAMAGE IN N.S.W.

    Rain and thunderstorms were reported from several districts yesterday, and in cases heavy falls of hall were received. In parts of the Riverina it is thought that some damage ...

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  15. LATEST MARKETS.

    The backing of Sir Simper for the Caulfield Cup and of Hall Mark for the Melbourne Cup were the features of the discussions today, but several others also had admirers, ...

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  16. INFLUENCE ON ACCEPTANCES.

    No fewer than 341 horses were weighted tor next Saturday's Centenary Caulfield Cup, and, in the circumstances, it was not surprising that the question of the race having to ...

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  17. VISITING NEW ZEALAND FARMERS.

    A party of New Zealand farmers will visit the Clarence River district next Tuesday. They will inspect the Grafton Experiment Farm in the morning and in the afternoon will take a ...

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  18. DR. D. KELLY.

    The funeral of the late Dr. Daniel Kelly will take place this morning. Requiem Mass will be celebrated by the Rev. Father Edward O'Brien at St. Mary's Church, Rldge-street, ...

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  19. ALLEGED THEFT FROM POOR BOX.

    In the Grafton Police Court, Godfre[?] Francis, 22, and Francis Joseph Kauter, 19. were remanded on a charge of stealing 3/ from the poor box a[?] St. Mary's church, ...

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  20. COLLIERY DISPUTES.

    The muthern miners' executive officers— Messrs, J. Jack and J. Kellock—In a joint statement this afternoon, said that a public meeting at Swansea had carried a motion of ...

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  21. MEMORIAL INSTITUTE FINANCES.

    The income from all sources of the Memorial Institute for September was £365, which is almost a record for any monty since the institiite was opened. Books issued totalled ...

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  22. MR. W. J. ANDERSON.

    Mr. William John Andcison, aged 77 years, who died at his residence in Dolphin-street, Coogee, and was buried yesterday, was one of the last survivors of members of the New ...

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  23. LOAN FOR STREET IMPROVEMENTS.

    The shire council has appioved a request from ratepayers to hold a referendum on the proposal to borrow £5300 for improving streets and footpaths in the urban area. ...

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  24. CITY COUNCIL.

    Labour aldermen Intend to contest three wards for the City Council election, to be held early In December. They already hold both Phillip and Flinders, and hope at the ...

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  25. CHURCH'S 115th ANNIVERSARY.

    St. Lukes Chuirb of England, Liverpool, celebrated its 115th anniversary yesterday. The congregation, which crowded the church, included many visitors and ex-parishioners, ...

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  26. EMPIRE EXCHANGE.

    The "Financial Times" in an editorial on Empire banking policy, recalls the announcement of the New Zealand central bank that no alteration in the London exchange rate is ...

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  27. PETROL TANK EXPLODES.

    When the petrol tank of a motor truck, which caught fire at South Yarra to-day, exploded, five windows were smashed by concussion, a signboard above a neighbouring ...

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  28. CANBERRA CEREMONIES.

    Preparations for the welcome to the Duke of Gloucester when ha arrives in Canberra on October 24 are nearing completion. All available hotel and boarding-house ...

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  29. HIGH COURT.

    The Full Court of the High Court does not intend, for the present at least, to reconsider the decision given by the Court in 1922 limiting Its jurisdiction to hear actions in which ...

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  30. ROGILLA'S PROSPECTS.

    Although Rogilla will have to establish a weight-carrying record to win the Caulfield Cup on Saturday, his owner-trainer, L. Haigh, is by no means disheartened at the prospects, ...

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  31. PASTORALIST'S DEATH.

    Mr. James Scott, owner of a property at Sheep Station Creek, but who has been living with his sisters, Misses Agnes and Jean Scott, at Red Range, was found dead on the ...

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  32. WORKMEN INJURED.

    A stay blew out in the boiler of an engine in the Junee railway workshops on Saturday, and the escaping steam burnt a boilermaker, R. Scott, about the arms, and an assistant ...

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  33. THE CALL-UP.

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  34. FRENCH STATESMAN DEAD.

    M. RAYMOND POINCARE, The wartime President of France, M. Polncare, died yesterday. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  35. GRIFFITH HOSPITAL.

    The public inquiry into disputes concerning the administration of the Griffith District Hospital was adjourned until October 23. Dr. E. S. Morris remarked that the dispute was ...

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  36. U.S. CURRENCY.

    Senator David Schall (Minnesota) said today: "Despite the censorship and denials from the Wnlte House, inflation of the currency is under way. At least 150,000,000 ...

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  37. INDEX.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 187 words
  38. HAND ALMOST SEVERED.

    Edwin Gordon, a middle-aged man, employed on Macarthurs banana plantation. Duranbah, Tweed River, was hauling cases of bananas on a wire rope to-day when the rope ...

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  39. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    The price of gold to-day was £7/3/1 an ounce fine, compared with £7/2/8J on Saturday. FOREIGN EXCHANGES. ...

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  40. TROUT FISHERMEN'S COMPLAINT.

    Local trout fishermen are of opinion that the earlier opening of the trout fishing season has been a mistake. They state that most of the female fish caught in the Macintyre River ...

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  41. CASUALTIES.

    Rose Annie Watson. 71, of Cremorne-road, Cremorne, was found floating in the harbour near Shell Cove yesterday afternoon. Sergeant Slaney, in a Water Police launch, recovered the ...

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  42. ADVERTISEMENTS.

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  43. ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH.

    The Rev Di. Rumble, MSC in an address at St Mary's Cathedral yesterday, defined the Roman Catholic attitude towards war The Catholic. Church he said, excluded the two ...

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  44. NORTH AUSTRALIA.

    Errors on the existing charts of tne coast of Northern Australia are being gradually rectified by the survey ship, H.M.A.S. Moresby, which is carrying out a thorough survey of ...

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  45. YAWN DISLOCATES JAW.

    While on a tennis court at Vale of Clyw[?] a girl yawned and dislocated her jaw. A doctor said that some people were more liable to dislocate their jaws than others. Such ...

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  46. ORO'S ACCEPTANCE.

    Oro's inclusion in the Cup is due solely to a pleasing gallop at Caulfield this morning. His trainer. J. King returned home on Saturday night, but before going, made ...

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  47. GOLF BAN

    After a meeting of the sub-committee of the Victorian Golf Association to-day, the president (Mr H. G. McRoberts) said that there would be no objection to J. Kirkwood and G. Sarazen ...

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  48. PROBABLE CUP RIDERS.

    Piobable riders in the Caulfield Cup are:- Rogilla (D Munro), Ruach (M McCarten). Lough Neagh (S. Davidson) Oro (K. Cook), Waikare (J. Pratt), Leute (J. Munro), ...

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  49. WOMAN KILLED.

    Mrs Martha Robinson, 70, of Altred-street, North Sydney was fatally injured last night, when she was knocked down by a motor car in Pacific Highway, North Sydney. The ...

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  50. TO-DAY.

    New Tivoli Theatre: "Mother of Pearl," 8. Theatre Royal: "Blue Mountain Melody," 8. Criterion Theatre: "Sixteen," 8. Embassy Theatre: "Blossom Time," "Freedom of ...

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  51. HYPERION'S RIDER.

    The Western Australian colt Hyperion, who was a very creditable second to Theo in the Caulfield Guineas, is Holt's representative in the Cup, and it may be wise to recall that ...

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  52. THE ACCEPTORS.

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  53. CO-OPERATION

    A campaign for industrial peace was inaugurated at the week-end by the Guild of Empire, two of its representative speakers, Mrs. Pankhuist Walsh and Mrs. Royes Metcalfe, ...

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  54. MEN ARRESTED.

    Constable Kerr, of the Darlinghurst police, arrested two men at revolver point early this morning in Driver's-avenue, Moore Park. The constable heard hammering and saw two men ...

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  55. INDIAN NAVY SLOOP.

    The Royal Indian Navy sloop H.M.I.S Hindustan, made an impressive picture, as. with the White Ensign floating over her stern and native "bluejackets" lining her decks, she ...

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  56. SARAZEN'S "DYNAMITER"

    The merits of a special club designed by Gene Sarazen for bunker play were stressed by both Sarazen and Kirkwood in their demonstrations at Anthony Horderns' yesterday. ...

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  57. FALSE ALARMS.

    A giri, apparently about 20 years of age, has been responsible for eight false alarms to the ambulance in the Newtown district in the last four days. ...

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  58. LORRIES IN COLLISION.

    Four men were injured—one fatally—last night, when two motor lorries collided at the intersection of Wlley's-avenue and Canterburyroad, Lakemba. Leslie South, 23, of ...

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  59. WHOLESALE PRICES.

    Particular made available to-day by the Commonwealth Statistician (Mr. E. T. McPhce) show that the Melbourne wholesale price index again increased in August, the ...

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  60. LATE SPORTING.

    Boxing contests to-night between the Australians and Wellington representatives resulted in the visitors winning five of the seven bouts. Results:- Flyweight: Cooper(Aust.) beat Larsen on points. ...

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  61. SUBURBAN PICTURE THEATRES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 18 words
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