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  2. NORFOLK ISLAND.

    Mr. Colman Burke, who recently acted as returning officer for the Executive Council elections at Norfolk Island, and arrived by the Morinda yesterday, said that the island ...

    Article : 151 words
  3. STATE SESSION.

    The Legislative Council yesterday dealt with the Farmers'Belief (Amendment) Bill, detened to extend the period for applications for granting stay orders and to widen the scope ...

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  4. SUNDAY BROADCASTS.

    Recent Sunday broadcasts by the leader of the State Labour party (Mr. Lang) were strongly condemned at a meeting of the Council of Churches yesterday. ...

    Article : 379 words
  5. ELIZABETH'FARM.

    As this year marks the centenary of the death of John Macarthur the time is perhaps opportune to give a short account of this remarkable pioneer's original home, the oldest ...

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  6. BLACK SWANS.

    The black swan is peculiar to Australia. The first record of a black swnn's existence was in a letter written about 1698; it came from the Dutch East Indies. It gave an account of ...

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  7. OBITUARY.

    Mr. John Miller, formerly M.L.A. for Bathurst, died at Manly on Sunday, aged 63 years. Mr. Miller had a State-wide reputation as a surveyor and carried out a great ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 259 words
  8. BALMAIN HOSPITAL.

    Balmain and District Hospital board of directors, at a special meeting last night, carried a motion protesting against what were considered unwarranted remarks of ...

    Article : 499 words
  9. EXAMINATIONS.

    "There are at the present moment two inter-related though separate educational Issues agitating the public mind. The first is that associated with more or less wild charges that ...

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  10. ROADSIDE BEAUTIFICATION.

    Trees full of beauty and usefulness, shrubs heavily laden with lovely leafage and blossoms, and even minor flowering plants that have the ability to display their gaiety on the ...

    Article : 458 words
  11. GRANITES GOLDFIELD.

    Arrangements have been made for the inspection of The Granites goldfield in the centre of Australia by a party headed by Sir Herbert Gepp, metallurgical engineer and technical ...

    Article : 262 words
  12. INSTITUTE OF ANATOMY.

    A valuable collection of skulls and brains that has been presented to the Institute of Anatomy at Canberra will enable a close study to be made of the effect on man's ...

    Article : 489 words
  13. LIEUT.-COMMANDER W. D. HUNTER.

    The funeral of Lieutenant-Commander W. D Hunter, R.A.N. (retired) took place yesterday in the Presbyterian portion of Rookwood Cemetery. The service at the graveside was ...

    Article : 101 words
  14. TOWER 400 FEET HIGH.

    A contract for the erection of a lower 400ft high, and crowned with an enormous searchlight, was let to-day by Century Tower, Ltd., to Johns and Waygood, of City-road, South ...

    Article : 161 words
  15. DR. M. O'GORMAN HUGHES.

    The funeral took place yesterday of Dr. Michael O'Gorman Hughes, who died at his residence at Woollahra on Sunday, aged 62 years. He was for more than 30 years on ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  16. ROMANCE OF FIJI.

    Mr. E. C. Andrews, a past president of the Royal Society in New South Wales, and of the Australian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, delivered an address last night to the ...

    Article : 160 words
  17. MOTOR ACCIDENTS.

    A motor collision took place on the Uriarra-road this afternoon near the overhead bridge. Albert Kelly, of Railway-avenue with a man named Willis, was dining ...

    Article : 102 words
  18. CHAIN STORES.

    Allegations which he had made during a debate on the second reading of the Factories and Shops Bill in the Legislative Assembly, that most of the material manufactured in ...

    Article : 155 words
  19. RABBITER CHARGED.

    Daniel Fiazer Mackenzie, of Urangeline, was charged at the Lockhart Police Couit to-day with the attempted muider of J. N. Mazzocchi, also of Urangeline. ...

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  20. CASUALTIES.

    Alex. Milne, 37, a traveller, of Arundel-street. Forest Lodge, was driving his car along New South Head-road Double Bay, yesterday, when the steering gear failed, and it crashed ...

    Article : 137 words
  21. B.H. SOUTH MINE.

    The next move in the dispute at tue South Mine is expected to come from the management after the board of directors in Melbourne has had an opportunity of considering the ...

    Article : 307 words
  22. AUSTRALIAN'S NEW POST.

    On his way to Canberra to take up duty as Assistant Director of the Institute of Anatomy at Caberra Dr. Phillip N. Cutner passed through Fremantle to-day on the Balranald. ...

    Article : 214 words
  23. CHILLED BEEF.

    The Aberdeen and Commonwealth liner Jervis Bay to-day loaded 1084 quarters of chilled beef, weighing 77½ tons, at Brisbane abattoir, for shipment to London. The Jervis ...

    Article : 121 words
  24. THE SUBURBS.

    At last night's meeting of the Randwick Council, Alderman Moverly, M.L.A. said he had received a letter from the State director of the Royal visit, stating that the Duke of ...

    Article : 356 words
  25. DEATHS FROM TETANUS.

    The City Coroner (Mr. Fairinglon) yesterday found that Norman Yek Loong, 5, son of William Yck Loong a cook, of Commonwealth-street, city, died in the Children's Hospital, ...

    Article : 253 words
  26. COMMUNIST PARTY.

    Allegations that the Communist party had adopted tactics to prevent the organisation activities of the Central Unemployed Committee, are made in a circular issued by the ...

    Article : 116 words
  27. FASCIST ITALY.

    Dr. A. Baccarini, president of the Dante Alighieri Society, in a statement yesterday, challenged the assertion made by Mr. F. A. Bland in a recent address that dictatorship ...

    Article : 299 words
  28. LINER'S UNLUCKY VOYAGE.

    The Blue Star liner Royal Star reached Melbourne to-day after a voyage of 41 days from London. During the whole of the voyage mis[?] attended the ship. A day's sail from ...

    Article : 155 words
  29. ALLEGED ASSAULT ON POLICE.

    Frederick James Giffen, who was charged with having assaulted Constable James Gregory Hollis at Kearsley on May 7, was committed for trial by Mr. N. L. Sheridan at Cessnock ...

    Article : 200 words
  30. TASMANIA.

    Indicating that Tasmania in the current financial year would have a deficit in its accounts greater than that estimated at the meeting of the Loan Council in June the ...

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  31. MAN FOUND DROWNED

    Patrick Keenan, 74, of McGregor-avenue, Black Rock, was found drowned near the Half Moon Bay pier to-day. For many years Mr. Keenan had had as friends and neighbours ...

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  32. AMERICAN WAR DEBT

    Hopes of British bondholders recovering from America part of the £78,000,000 which is estimated to be the present value of bonds repudiated by eight States of the Union nearly ...

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  33. CRIMEAN VETERAN.

    Mr. William Wilke Freeman, a Crimean war veteran, died to-day at Escourt House, Grange, aged 104. He was bom in Scotland, where he was apprenticed to a carpenter, and ...

    Article : 72 words
  34. NATURALISTS' SOCIETY.

    All the annual meeting of the Naturalist' Society of New South Wales, at the Education Buildings, last night, the newly-elected president (Mr. W. W. Froggatt) gave an ...

    Article : 122 words
  35. REPORTED ROBBERIES.

    Among the suburban robberies reported to the police yesterday were two in which goods and money to the value of £100 were stolen. A big iron chest was forced open after ...

    Article : 123 words
  36. UNEMPLOYMENT.

    The executive committee of the Henry George League decided at its last meeting to inform the social questions committee of the Church of England that ...

    Article : 118 words
  37. ELLSWORTH EXPEDITION.

    The Ellsworth expedition's aeroplane, which was damaged by ice during South Polar exploration in January, is due to reach Auckland on Friday after repairs in the United ...

    Article : 73 words
  38. WOMBAT PEST.

    Since the cessation of payment for the scalps of wombats, they have increased alarmL[?]gly in some parts of the district. Landholders fear that they may become a ...

    Article : 52 words
  39. W.A. GOLD YIELD.

    The State gold yield for July was 55,959 fine ounces valued at £237,701 at £4/5/ an ounce. The output was 259 ounces less than that for June, and 1504 ounces more than for ...

    Article : 43 words
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