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  2. COUNTRY NEWS.

    The Railway Commissioners, on their annual tour of inspection of the southern lines, were interviewed by a council deputation, which asked that a large reserve fronting the Albury ...

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  3. NARRABEEN LAKE.

    It wa[?] stated at a conference between Warringah Shire councillors, local residents, and representatives of public bodies, at Narrabeen on Saturday, that in addition to a ...

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  4. CAR'S PLUNGE

    Miss Josephine Webster, 23, of South Yarra, [?]as drowned when, running off the end of Short-road, Port Melbourne, at the Williamstown ferry on Saturday night, a touring motor ...

    Article : 470 words
  5. THE DUKE

    Between a programme of aerial acrobatics, which included many daring flying stunts, the Duke presented the prizes won in the centenary air race at an air display attended ...

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  6. TUCKIAR

    Tuckiar, the aboriginal whose conviction on the charge of murdering Constable McColl was quashed by the High Court, has taken to the bush, and is probably making his way on foot ...

    Article : 442 words
  7. IN CITY CHURCHES.

    "To-day we remember the Great War, not that we would glorify war, but that calling to mind its carnage and waste, we may desire paths of peace," said Dean Talbot at St. ...

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  8. WRIGHT AND POLANDO

    The United States, in a sharply worded Note, yesterday protested against Persia's reported discourtesy to Messrs. J. Wright and J. Poland[?] during the Melbourne centenary air race. ...

    Article : 129 words
  9. CANBERRA CEREMONIES.

    "The trade war now being waged must inevitably lead to international war unless some solution can be found," said the Minister for Health and Repatriation (Mr. Hughes), in ...

    Article : 372 words
  10. PROPOSED FISH CANNERY.

    Desiring to be associated with a fish cannery at Ballin[?] carried out on approved line[?] the Electric Construction Company, which supplies the electricity for the Ballina district, last ...

    Article : 114 words
  11. GERMAN TRADE.

    Germany's imports from overseas during the three months ended September 30 decreased by 30 per cent., due chiefly to the restrictive trade policy. The decreases included ...

    Article : 84 words
  12. THEFT OF BULL.

    At the Ballina Police Court, John Henry Healey was charged with having stolen a bull, the property of Ditha Banks. Healey was fined £5, and was ordered to pay £6/10/ ...

    Article : 38 words
  13. LOCAL GOVERNMENT AMALGAMATION OPPOSED.

    At a municipal council meeting a resolution was carried that the council should petition the Minister, under the Local Gorernment Act[?] to proclaim that the municipality of ...

    Article : 149 words
  14. JAPAN'S NEW OIL LAWS.

    The reply of the Japanese Government to the recent representations of the British Government on certain aspects of the new petroleum laws in Japan has been forwarded ...

    Article : 111 words
  15. AT THE UNIVERSITY.

    The University's Armistice Day ceremony was held in the open air. Light drizzling rain gave a grey beauty to the stonework of the cloisters, which offered ample shelter. Only ...

    Article : 227 words
  16. LAND VALUES HARDEN.

    North Coast land values have hardened and cattle prices have been more stable since the election of the new Federal Government. A feature of the land business has been a greater ...

    Article : 73 words
  17. HERR KISCH

    Herr Egon Kisch, the C[?]ecnoslovakian author, who has been refused permission by the Commonwealth authorities to land in Australia, said in an interview on the liner ...

    Article : 275 words
  18. FLYING DOCTOR.

    After a flight of more than 900 miles to treat an injured aviator, Dr. C. C. Fenton, the Government "flying doctor" in the Northern Territory, left early this ...

    Article : 304 words
  19. CONFERENCE TO DEAL WITH FLOODS.

    Owing to frequent flooding of the Murrumbidgee in recent years, despite the fact that it was considered that the Burrinjuck Dam would prevent floods, the Wagg[?] Flood ...

    Article : 99 words
  20. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    Mrs. J. A. Mollison arrived at Croydon yesterday by a Dutch air liner. Mr. Mollison, who is flying the Comet plane back to England, was forced down near Brussels owing to bad ...

    Article : 949 words
  21. TIME OF RACE

    Three members of the telegraph staff of the G.P.O., Perth, have been suspended over an alteration of the starting time in a Press message dealing with a horse race run in the ...

    Article : 123 words
  22. BOYS STRUCK BY CARS.

    Hilton Shaw, 7, was admitted to Wagga District Hospital suffering from a fractured skull and shock, received when he was knocked down by a motor car during a storm. The ...

    Article : 91 words
  23. ACT OF REMEMBRANCE.

    "The Act of Remembrance" concluded Sydney's tribute to Australia's fallen soldiers at the Town Hall last night. A shower of 66,000 poppy petals symbolised Australia's ...

    Article : 446 words
  24. UNPAID RATES.

    On the eve of the municipal election, Dubbo Council expressed its determination to collect arrears of rates from ratepayers who have been owing money for as long as 15 years. ...

    Article : 77 words
  25. THE CALL-UP

    A call-up for employment is announced for to-day. Details appear on page 16, column 6. ...

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  26. LONG BICYCLE RIDE

    Completing a journey of 6000 miles on a bicycle through some of the most inhospitable parts of Australia, Donald Friedman, aged 45, a native of South Australia, cycled into ...

    Article : 151 words
  27. INDEX.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 196 words
  28. PIONEER'S DEATH.

    The death occurred on Thursday at The Rock of Thomas Richard Cox, one of the pioneers of Riverina, at the age of 73 years, Mr. Cox in his youth was a splendid athlete and ...

    Article : 118 words
  29. ANGLICAN ASSEMBLY.

    About 15,000 people, including most of the leaders of the Anglican Church in Australia and representatives of the Church in England and New Zealand, took part in a service ...

    Article : 182 words
  30. DUBBO INQUEST.

    At the inquest concerning the death of Mrs. Herrlet Amelia Cheatham, the Coroner returned a finding of death from natural causes. Dr. Yuille, the Government medical ...

    Article : 56 words
  31. RESCUED BY POLICE.

    John McInerney fell over a parapet of the railway bridge over the Murray River this afternoon, but became entangled in the parapet supports, [?] fact which saved him from ...

    Article : 58 words
  32. COTTAGE BURNED DOWN.

    Fire destroyed a cottage in Raymond-street, occupied by Mr. Cecil Morris and family, who had been away from home for a fortnight. The house and contents were insured. ...

    Article : 40 words
  33. ADVERTISEMENTS.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 190 words
  34. WAGGON PLUNGES OVER BANK.

    A [?]k delivery waggon, owned by J. S. King and Sons, of Murwillumbah, fell over a bank on McMillan's Hill, on the road to Dunbible. An occupant, Stanley Andrews, had ...

    Article : 70 words
  35. TROOPER'S DEATH.

    Lister Samuel Goldsbrough, 30, of Clanalpine-street, Eastwood, was fatally injured at Ryde when the horse he was riding stumbled and threw him to the ground. The accident ...

    Article : 154 words
  36. BRITISH STEEL INTERESTS.

    Mr. Julian Piggott, one of the members of the British trade delegation to Manchukuo, said that, as the representative of British steel interests, he had obtained in Japan and ...

    Article : 109 words
  37. BABY NEARLY DROWNED.

    The 14-month-old son of Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Barton, Railway End, Tumut, toddled into the backyard unobserved. Later, Mrs. Barton found him in the cows' drinking trough in ...

    Article : 74 words
  38. SERVICES IN THE SUBURBS.

    Special Armistice Day services were held in all suburban churches and at all war memorials. The ceremonies were largely attended. Officers and men of the 56th Battalion ...

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  39. EX-SERVICEMEN.

    Observances of Armistice Day conducted by associations of ex-servicemen were numerous, and some of them were among the most impressive of all functions. ...

    Article : 380 words
  40. MAN'S UNPAID HOTEL BILL.

    In the Werris Creek Police Court, Francis Lafayette, 20, of Darlinghurst, was sentenced to 14 days' imprisonment for refusing to pay for meals and accommodation to the value of ...

    Article : 87 words
  41. NEW ORIENT LINER

    The Duke of Gloucester, while attending a concert in Brisbane on December 7, will launch the new Orient liner Orion at Barrow-inFurness. ...

    Article : 122 words
  42. BOAT CAPSIZED.

    During a heavy storm on Saturday night, a small boat containing two men capsized in a heavy sea near Cape Upstart, and an Italian, George Cortino, aged 50, single, was drowned. ...

    Article : 190 words
  43. SETTLED OUT OF COURT.

    The suit of Mr. T. R. Catton against Sir Charles Kingsford Smith has been settled out of court for what Mr. Catton's attorneys said was a satisfactory sum, but for what Sir ...

    Article : 52 words
  44. TO-DAY.

    Town Hall: Grenadier Guard[?] Band[?] 2.30, [?] New Tivoli Theatre; "Mother of Pearl," s. Theatre Royal: Russian Ballet, 8[?] Mayfair Theatre: "The Merry Malones." [?] ...

    Article : 260 words
  45. CARS COLLIDE.

    Two cars met with a terrific impact at the intersection of Dangar and Brown streets, Armidale, yesterday afternoon, and both drivers were admitted to hospital suffering ...

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  46. DEATH OF MR. IVY LEE.

    Mr. Ivy Lee, who was adviser In public relations to Mr. J. D. Rockefeller and many great corporations in the United States, died yesterday, at the age of 57 years. ...

    Article : 142 words
  47. MAN SHOT IN HAND.

    Harvey Kearns, of Long Creek, met with an accident while destroying rabbits at Keith Thompson's Bargone Station at Hill End. While he was carrying a pea-rifle he tripped ...

    Article : 63 words
  48. BOWLER'S DELIVERY.

    G. Borwick, test match umpire, officiating at the striker's end in the Western SuburbsMarrickville first grade cricket match at Pratten Park on Saturday, "no-balled" the Western ...

    Article : 146 words
  49. BURNT BY CAUSTIC SODA.

    A boy, Clive Sutton, of Condong, was swim[?] ming round an old punt, when some other boys accidentally upset a tin of caustic soda[?] causing burns to his face. He was admitted ...

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  50. MR. ALEXANDER RAE.

    Alexander Rae, a well-known grazier and breeder of stud sheep, died to-night at his home, Kyawanna, Toobeah, near Goondiwindi, at the age of 69[?] Mr. Rae was a ...

    Article : 69 words
  51. LATE SHIPPING.

    ADELAIDE (1084m).—Arr: Nov. 10. Strathaird, from London, Nov. 11, Mildura, from Rockhampton; Moreton Bay, from eastern States. Dep: Nov. 10. Berwickshire and Strathaird, for eastern States: ...

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  52. FISHING BOATS MISSING.

    One hundred and thirty fishing boats, with crews aggregating 900, which were caught in a storm off Northern Korea, have been missing since Wednesday. Warships are ...

    Article : 38 words
  53. SUBURBAN PICTURE THEATRES.

    Programmes of suburban picture theatres will be [?]nd in the Amusements Advertising column. ...

    Article : 20 words
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