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  2. PETROL INQUIRY.

    It is expected that the Melbourne sittings of the Petrol Commission will end to-morrow. Mr. Menzies, K.C., concluded his address on behalf of the Shell Co. to-day, while Mr. ...

    Article : 270 words
  3. COUNTRY NEWS.

    At the last meeting of the Inverell Chamber of Commerce attention was directed to the need of improved road communication between Inverell and the great northern line ...

    Article : 133 words
  4. SHEEP SALES.

    The annual stud sheep sales in Sydney, which were opened yesterday in two of the Pyrmont wool stores, were hardly up to expectations, taken as a whole, for it had ...

    Article : 206 words
  5. PLAY DELAYED.

    The special representative of the Australian Press Assocation at Lord's says:— Heavy rain in the early morning had rendered the condition of the wicket doubtful, ...

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  6. WADDING FACTORY.

    For the second time within two years, the factory of Graham and Bennett, surgical wadding manufacturers, in Pemell-lane, Enmore, was severely damaged by fire late yesterday ...

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  7. MARTIN.

    "The choice of the electors lies in a preference between peaceful recovery, leading to eventual prosperity, or the chaotic conditions inevitable in the revolutionary policy of ...

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  8. DAIRY PRODUCE.

    The official report of the Australian Dairy Produce Export Board on the meeting held in Sydney on Friday states that a long discussion took place on the suggestion that, in ...

    Article : 231 words
  9. TAXATION.

    The conference of the Fedsrated Taxpayers Association of Australia commended yesterday the suggestion of the Royal Commission on taxation that a uniform income tax Act ...

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  10. SPLINTER IN EYE.

    A splinter of wood in an eye caused George William Thomas Wilson, of Kyogle, to lose the sight of it. Wilson, who is a coachbuilder, was working on Saturday morning, wie the ...

    Article : 75 words
  11. MAN SHOT WITH PEA-RIFLE

    Arthur James clarke, 51, of Dunoon, was accidentally shot with a pea-rifle. Clarke was crossing a creek when he slipped and the rifle exploded. The bullet penetrated the left side ...

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  12. DUE TO ILLNESS.

    Saying that he was seriously ill, and that he had collapsed last week from over work, Mr. W. G. Manchester, barrister and solicitor, explained to Judge Woinarski in General ...

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  13. RAILWAY QUARRY REOPENED

    Tne railway quarry at Bexhill has been reopened and 40 men are now employed there A steam navvy from the Casino-Bonalbo railway line construction depot has been ...

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  14. LOTTERY DRAWING.

    The major prizes in the 207th State lottery were drawn at the Australian Hall yesterday. First prize was won by the "Ushers" syndicate, P. Klemke, c.o. Commercial Club, ...

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  15. MAN SHOT DEAD.

    John Hoare was shot dead last night in an affray at Lower Wilmot, on the north-west coast. Hoare's housekeeper was found with wounds in her "head, and was taken to ...

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  16. STOLEN CAR RECOVERED.

    On Saturday nignt, June 12, Father Cohaian garaged his car at the Roman Catholic Church, Macksville, but on the following morning the car had disappeared. The ...

    Article : 97 words
  17. FATHER IN COURT

    A curious situation arose in the Gosford Court when a father appeared to answer a summons intended for his son, and claimed expenses. The father's name was Matthew ...

    Article : 260 words
  18. ESCAPE FOR FLOOD WATERS.

    The Tweed Shire Council agreed to cooperate with the Tweed District Council of the Primary Producers Union to have the north arm of the Tweed River and Myall ...

    Article : 120 words
  19. CASUALTIES.

    Thomas Berry, 52, labourer, employed at the Eveleigh railway workshops, was injured as a result of falling 15 feet from the top of a boiler yesterday. The Central District ...

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  20. J.P. LEAVES BENCH.

    Objection was taken by the police to one of the honorary justices—Mr. F. J. Boileau, J.P.—sitting on the Bench at Malvern Court to-day while a case was heard in which Charles ...

    Article : 181 words
  21. CHILDREN OF MIXED BLOOD.

    An Immediate response has followed the appeal of the Minister for the Interior (Mr. Perkins) for the care, by private persons or institutions, in the more closely settled parts ...

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  22. PRINCE OF WALES CUP.

    The Parkes troop of the 6th Light Horse won the Prince of Wales Cup with 428 points; Inverell was second with 404 points, and Queensland thlid with 352 points. The cup ...

    Article : 68 words
  23. YOUTH ACCIDENTALLY SHOT.

    Frank Adams, 17, son of C. S. Adams, of Ross Hill, was seriously wounded by a rifle which accidentally exploded. He took the loaded rifle to shoot a fox which had been ...

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  24. JARDINE'S COMMENTS.

    D. R. Jardine, writing in the "Evening Standard," says:— Brown is a fine player and should have a great future. He is so correct and plays ...

    Article : 341 words
  25. FLOUR EXPORTS TO CANADA

    "Canada's move for a curtailment of imports of Australian flour into the eastern parts of the Dominion affects only a small section of the Commonwealth's flour trade with ...

    Article : 133 words
  26. WAR MEMORIAL.

    To improve the appearance of the Australian National-War Memorial, now under construction at Canberra, the ground floor level of the building is to be raised five feet higher ...

    Article : 186 words
  27. CAR OVER EMBANKMENT.

    Mistaking a stretch of Brisbane Water for the Sydney road out of Gosford late on Sunday night, in the heavy rain, Mr. S. Johnstone, of Petersham, drove his car over an ...

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  28. THE CALL-UP

    A call-up for employment is announced for to-day. Details appear on page 16, column 5. ...

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  29. INDEX.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 246 words
  30. CLOTHING STOLEN.

    Creeping into a bedroom where Mr. Eric Williams, bookmaker, and his wife were sleeping in their home near Yongala early yesterday morning, a thief removed Mr. ...

    Article : 181 words
  31. CARS COLLIDE.

    Late on Saturday night a car driven by Miss Mary Patricia Hibberson and one driven by John R. Rycroft collided. As a result of the accident Mrs. Rycroft is in hospital with ...

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  32. LIQUOR PROSECUTION.

    Before Mr. Haidwick in the police court to-day Hubert Jaeger Richardson, licensee of the Royal Hotel, pleaded guilty to selling liquor during prohibited hours. It was stated ...

    Article : 119 words
  33. SENATE ASPIRANTS.

    The 20 members of the United Australia party, who are candidates for the Senate selection in New South Wales, addressed the council of the U.A.P. Association, comprising ...

    Article : 141 words
  34. INFLUENCE OF LANGUAGES.

    Professor Francis Anderson addressed members of the Modern Language Association last night on "Language in Relation to Nationalism and Internationalism." The story of Babel, ...

    Article : 362 words
  35. INDUCTION OF RECTOR.

    The Rev. M. C. Brown, Rector of Wallsend (Newcastle) has been appointed Rector of Merriwa Mr. Brown was formerly Rector of Aberdeen. The Bishop of Newcastle (Right ...

    Article : 55 words
  36. OBITUARY.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 292 words
  37. THE UNIONS.

    Although some of the delegates had grievances against the Arbitration Court, the interstate conference of the Waterside Workers' Federation endorsed the principle of ...

    Article : 333 words
  38. LEG-THEORY.

    Mr Thomas Moult, writing in the "Daily Telegraph, said that a report was circulated at the wepk-end that Woodfull, in the tea interval at Lord's on Saturday, protested at ...

    Article : 323 words
  39. UNLICENSED SLAUGHTERERS.

    Following a complaint by a butchering company that cattle were being slaughtered by unlicensed slaughterers for the supply of meat to between 20 and 30 families of the workmen ...

    Article : 146 words
  40. ADVERTISEMENTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 259 words
  41. ELECTIONS.

    The Dulwich Hill Levwisham, Petersham, South Marrickville, and the Dulwich Hill Younget Set branches of the U.A.P. in the old Lang electorate, which have met since Mr. ...

    Article : 195 words
  42. BOY RIDER FATALLY INJURED.

    Frank Edward Crompton, 10, has died as the result of being thrown from a pony on Thursday. ...

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  43. LORD FORSTER CUP.

    The Uralla machine gun section of the 12th Light Horse Regiment won the Lord Forster Cup at Gostwyck station on Saturday. This is the second time the 12th Regiment has won ...

    Article : 51 words
  44. MISS A. H. MILLS.

    The death of Miss Agnes Helen Mills occurred in the Tamworth District Hospital last Saturday. Miss Mills, who was 85 years of age, had resided in the Tamworth district ...

    Article : 117 words
  45. MONEY UNDER MATTRESS.

    When Elizabeth Sachers, of Ettalong, proceeded at Gosford Court against her husband, Rudolph Carl Sachers, for alleged detention of goods, it was disclosed that the husband ...

    Article : 202 words
  46. TO-DAY.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 305 words
  47. WOOL FREIGHTS.

    The Railway Commissioners announced today that, beginning on July 1, there would be further graduated reductions in freight rates on wool cairied more than 200 miles to ...

    Article : 67 words
  48. LABOUR CAMPAIGN.

    The Federal Labour candidate, Mr. J. A. Mccallum, will open his campaign in the Martin by-election on Friday night in the Masonic Hall, Concord West. ...

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  49. BUNNERONG-ROAD.

    Alderman A. H. Moverly, M.L.A., has been informed by the Commissioner of Main Roads that the construction and widening of Bunnerong-road between Gardener's-road and ...

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  50. ANCIENT CHURCH ROBBED.

    Consternation has been caused in Goa. capital of Portuguese India, where thieves rifled the world-famous ancient church of Bo[?] Jesus, containing the remains of St. ...

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  51. TANKER'S ROUGH VOYAGE.

    Persian Gulf h[?]re evideences of the storm experienced off the southern coast of Australia. After passing Wilson's Promontoiy the vessel encountered a strong south-easterly. The ...

    Article : 87 words
  52. SATURDAY'S PLAY.

    Mr. P. F.Warner, writing in the "Daily Telegraph," says: "Australia will very likely head our first innings total. Our bowling was far from impressive. I shall always maintain ...

    Article : 191 words
  53. REPORT ON HOSPITAL.

    A report was received by the Invere[?] Hospital from Mr. W. A. E. Lewis, superintendent of hospitals, who had recently made an inspection. Comparison with other ...

    Article : 157 words
  54. STATE BOY CHARGED.

    An 18-year-old boy from the State Farm Home for Boys on the Penang Mountain was charged at the Children's Court with having Committed assaults on two other boys, also ...

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  55. PRIEST'S GOLDEN JUBILEE.

    The golden jubilee of the ordination of the Rev. Father Thomas Barlow was celebrated in St. Mary's Church, Concord, yesterday. Archbishop Kelly, who presided, said that ...

    Article : 89 words
  56. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    The price of gold to-day was £6/18/1 an ounce fine. FOREIGN EXCHANGES. The United States dollar was quoted to-day ...

    Article : 44 words
  57. DEATH OF A PIONEER.

    The death of Mr. Henty Bishton Wright, in his 91st year, removes from the district one of its oldest inhabitants. Born in Tasmania, the deceased gentleman came to this State ...

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  58. SMALL SOUTH AUSTRALIAN VINTAGE.

    A decrease of 25 per cent, to 9,200,000 gallons in the South Australian vintage is forecast by the Government Statistician (Mr. L. J. Johnston). This is the lowest figure since 1923, ...

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  59. MR. LYONS TO SPEAK.

    The Prime Minuter (Mr. Lyons) will address a meeting in suoport of the selected U.A.P. candidate (Mr. W. V. McCall) in the Concord School of Arts next Monday evening. ...

    Article : 38 words
  60. SUBURBAN PICTURE THEATRES.

    Programme of suburbun picture theatres will be found in the amusement advertisement column. ...

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