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  2. CAR MINDERS.

    Members of the Vehicle Attendants' Union asked the Minister for Transport (Mr. Bruxner) yesterday to repeat the regulation giving police the power to remove car attendants ...

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  3. COUNTRY NEWS.

    The Albury Council has decided to request the Murray Waters Commission to name the bridge over the weir at Bethanga the Hovell Bridge, in commemoration of the discovery of ...

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  4. CAPTAINS OF TEAMS IN TO-DAY'S TEST.

    The Australian captain, W. M. Woodfull (left), and R. E. S. Wyatt, who has been invited to captain the English eleven in the first test match, which will begin to-day, together at a recent function in London. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. PETROL COMMISSION.

    The deputy chairman of the Vacuum Oil Co. Pty., Ltd. (Mr. H. Hamilton), told the Petrol Commission to-day that definition of a "reasonable" price for patrol at present ...

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  6. EMPIRE TRADE.

    "If Australia, beileves the British market and the British Empire worth fighting for she must oppose restriction of Dominion products and work for the greatest possible trade ...

    Article : 285 words
  7. GERMANY.

    The financial editor of the "Daily Herald" says:—"The German Government is preparing for an early devaluation of the reichsmark on a large scale, in an attempt to swell ...

    Article : 197 words
  8. STATE SESSION.

    Six Government supporters crossed the floor of the Legislative Assembly yesterday and voted with the Opposition on divisions in the committee stage of the Sydney Corporation ...

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  9. BAN ON SUNDAY SPORT.

    The council refused an application by the ambulance committee for the use of the sports ground on Sunday, June 17, for a Rugby League match between Bathurse Waratahs ...

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  10. DWELLINGS DESTROYED.

    A weatherboard cottage, occupied by C. W. Booth, at Coff's Harbour [?] was destroed by fire about 5 o'clock this morning. The origin of the fire is unknown. The house and ...

    Article : 136 words
  11. NEWCASTLE NEWS.

    Newcastle police believe that Henry Thomas Arnoli, 18, of Mayfield, who died in Newcastle Hospital during the night, may have been injured while boxing at a district gymnasium ...

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  12. FEDERAL LABOUR PARTY.

    Mr. J. B. Chifley, Minister for Defence in the Scullin Government, was last night elected president of the New South Wales branch of the Federal Labour party, in succession to the ...

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  13. DEAD NAVAL OFFICER.

    Though more than two months have passed since Lieutenant-Commander Alan Dermott Casey took his life, the manner of his discharge from the Royal Australian Navy ...

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  14. PRIVILEGE.

    The "Daily Express" understands that the Committee of Privileges, which mquired into the charges made by Mr. Winston Churchill against the Secretary for India (Sir Samuel ...

    Article : 229 words
  15. BUTCHER ACQUITTED.

    Frederick Stanley Kensitt, master butcher, Griffith, was acquitted at the Griffith Police Court yesterday on a charge of stealing a cow. valued at £12. the property of John ...

    Article : 63 words
  16. AVOIDING AN ACCIDENT.

    Judge Coyle, in the Goulburn District Court to-day, decided that a passenger who had jumped out of a service car because he feared an accident was likely to occur was entitled ...

    Article : 238 words
  17. QUARTER SESSIONS.

    At Goulburn Quarter Sessions, Judge Coyle sentenced Robert Schafer, or Arnold, to two years' imprisonment and six months' imprisonment, the sentences to be concurrent, on two ...

    Article : 135 words
  18. CASUALTIES.

    Neville Morelli, 8, of Wagga, who was staying in Annandale-street, Annandale, was fatally injured last night. He was crossing the road on his way home when he was knocked ...

    Article : 302 words
  19. DEATH UNDER ANAESTHETIC.

    The District Coroner (Mr. R. Laing) conducted an inoucist into the death of Mr. John Walsh, who died while under an anaesthetic at the hospital. ...

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  20. SPAIN.

    The madrid correspondent of the "Daily Telegraph" says: "There are numerous runours of a coming coup d'etat. It is suggested that certain Monarchist generals are ...

    Article : 190 words
  21. SALES OF MARGARINE.

    Replying to a request from Lismore branch of the Primary Producers' Union, for an [?] duty, on margarine, the Prime Minister's Department stated that the Department of Trade ...

    Article : 85 words
  22. FISH AND CHIPS

    Fish and chips are not "produced" or "manufactured" within the meaning of the Sales Tax Acts, and, therefore, are not subject, to sales tad. Five Judges of the High ...

    Article : 120 words
  23. THE UNIONS.

    About 30,000 employees in the clothing industry throughout Austrlia, with the exception of Western Australia, will be affected by the new award of Judge Drake Brockman ...

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  24. GOLD AND SILICA.

    There is brisk mining activity in the Rockley district. As well as gold, silica is creating much interest. A Bathurst man is opening up a deposit on J. C. Golsby's property adjacent ...

    Article : 98 words
  25. GOLF CLUB HOUSE.

    The Forbes Golf Club has prepared plans for a new club house to be erected shortly on the Parkes-road, to cost about £650. The building will stand on the land recently ...

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  26. PETERSHAM TELEPHONES.

    A deputation to the Postmaster-General (Mr. Parkhill) yesterday asked that, pending the completion of the Petersham automatic telephone exchange, preference in the ...

    Article : 88 words
  27. FINE FOR POSSESSING OPPOSSUM SKINS.

    In the Bowral Police Court this morning. Jack Hardecre was fined £9, with 10/ coste. for having had nine opossum skins in his possession. It was stated that the police ...

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  28. MR. PERCY GRAINGER.

    "People should cook their own meals make their own shoes, and write their own music," said Mr. Percy Grainger, who is to leave Perth to-night for Kalgoorlie. "I started by ...

    Article : 146 words
  29. MORE RUSSIAN ORDERS

    More purchases of Australian wheat for shipment to Vladivostok were announced in Melbourne to-day. The Swedish steamer Tolken, which is discharging timber at south wharf, ...

    Article : 101 words
  30. Advertising

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  31. SUSPENSION OF LABOUR CONDITIONS.

    The mining warden (Mr. A. A. Graham), sitting at East Maitland, granted James Ryan Carlton six months' suspension of labour conditions on a mining lease at West Gresford. ...

    Article : 90 words
  32. TASMANIAN ELECTION.

    The Tasmanian general elections will be held on Saturday. The indications are that the Nationalist Government, which was the only Government in Australia to retain office during ...

    Article : 125 words
  33. CENTENARY RACES

    It has been practically decided that the Melbourne Centenary air races shall start solely from Hatfield aerodrome, Hertfordshire, about 20 miles north of London. The huge ...

    Article : 219 words
  34. INDEX.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 257 words
  35. SHOW SOCIETIES' LOSSES.

    The Robertson Show Society showed a loss of £72 on its operations for the year, and the Berrima District Society was unable to meet its commitments to the bank, on account ...

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  36. OBITUARY.

    A service was held in the chapel of the Sydney Church of England Grammar School, North Sydney yesterday, in memory of the late Rev. D. Davies, who had been associated ...

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  37. THE SUBURBS.

    The Unemployed Relief Council has informed the Auburn Municipal Council that the latter's request for full award wages for relief workers cannot be granted. Recently the ...

    Article : 379 words
  38. FALL OF STONE IN MINE.

    Nearly 400 tons of stone and deoris fell from the roof of the State mine early last night. No one was injured. The men who were working in the vicinity were warned ...

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  39. HISTORIC CHURCH'S ANNIVERSARY.

    Sunday will be the anniversary of the dedication of Holy Trinity Church, Berrima, one of the oldest churches in the State. It was commenced in 1847, and was consecrated in ...

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  40. SYDNEY TO BOURKE.

    Leaving the G.P.O., Sydney, at 8.15 a.m. yesterday, two motorists reached Bourke, about 490 miles distant, at 3.5 p.m. The time occupied—8 hours 50 minutes—was 57 minutes ...

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  41. ADVERTISEMENTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 241 words
  42. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    The price of gold to-day was £6/17/1½ an ounce fine, compared with £6/17/10½ yesterday. FOREIGN EXCHANGES. ...

    Article : 348 words
  43. BOY'S LEG BROKEN.

    Victor McDonald, 11 had a leg broken in unusual circumstances. While a large number of rabbits was being driven into the corner of a paddock, a man hurled a missile, which ...

    Article : 54 words
  44. FINGERS SEVERED.

    Charles Lee, shift engineer at the local power-house, had four fingers severed by a circular saw. He was admitted to hospital. Jack King, West Wyalong, also had two ...

    Article : 46 words
  45. FIERCE HEAD HUNTERS

    Officers of the freighter Dalia, which arrived yesterday, told of the fierce Moro tribesmen who inhabited the Philippine Islands and who kept the Filipino population in a continual ...

    Article : 116 words
  46. LORRY CRASHES INTO SHOP.

    Two motor lorries collided at the intersection of Woniora and Connell's Point loads, Hurstville, yesterday, and one of them swerved, ran on the footpath in Connell's Point-road, ...

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  47. LIGHTING PROPOSAL DEFERRED.

    To extend electric light installations to Saratoga, Wagstaffe, and Davistown, the Erina Shire Council would require to impose new rates amounting to /4 in the £ to cover ...

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  48. LATE COMMERCIAL.

    At the clearing up wool sald for the season at Geelong to-day, about 3300 bales were submitted, comprising crutchings, with some lambs' wool and a few lots of fleece wool carried over from ...

    Article : 115 words
  49. PASSENGERS' NARROW ESCAPE.

    A car driven by Mr. Kellion, of Sydney, skidded while travelling down Lett River [?] near Hartley. The vehicle crashed through the protecting steel fence, and overturned ...

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  50. SCURVY.

    A baby boy, aged nine months, was admitted to the Renwick Hospital for Infants a fortnight ago in a critical condition with scurvy. The baby, thanks to a diet of orange juice ...

    Article : 103 words
  51. TO-DAY.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 261 words
  52. NEW AUSTRALIAN FILM.

    Mr. Stuart F. Doyle, managing director of Cinesound Productions, Ltd., announces that work has commenced at the Bondi studios on the latest teature-length production, "Strike ...

    Article : 92 words
  53. CHEAPER ELECTRICITY.

    The cable line from the Railway Commissioner's power-station adjoining the State mine to the Lithgow Muncipal Council's substation is being duplicated to cope with the ...

    Article : 133 words
  54. TEST FOR LAW STUDENTS.

    As a lecture at the University on constitutional law was ending yesterday, a masked man rushed into the lecture theatre, snatched Professor Bailey's trencher, and disappeared. ...

    Article : 158 words
  55. LATE SPORTING.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 45 words
  56. "LE VOL NUPTIAL."

    The French Alliance gave a highly successful performance of F. de Croisset's comedy. "Le Vol Nuptial" ("The Nuptial Flight") at the Savoy Theatre last night, under the ...

    Article : 109 words
  57. PIERRE LOTI.

    The picturesque career of the French author, Pierre Loti, was the subject of a lecture by Mrs. Annie MacDonald in Post Office Chambers last night. With carefully ...

    Article : 82 words
  58. YOUNG PEOPLE'S EISTEDDFOD.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 110 words
  59. CHILDREN BURNT BY ACID.

    Colin Unicombe, 3½, and Robert Unicombe, 2, of Newey Creek, near Macksville, suffered severe burns when they spilt carbolic acid over themselves at their parents home on ...

    Article : 93 words
  60. POINSETTIAS AT BOANBONG.

    Boanbong, Palm Beach, the home of Mr. R. T. McKay, is ablaze to-day with the scarlet bracts of thousands of poinsettia plants. This garden is to be open for ...

    Article : 64 words
  61. TOURISTS FOR RABAUL.

    Four hundred and fifty passengers were on the Orient liner Otranto when she sailed yesterday on a pleasure cruise to New Guinea. The voyage will last two weeks, and a stay of ...

    Article : 46 words
  62. SUBURBAN PICTURE THEATRES.

    Programme of suburban picture theatres will be found in the amusement advertisement columns. ...

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