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  2. NEW PROFESSOR.

    Mr. G. V. Portus, director of tutorial classes and lecturer on economic history at Sydney University, has accepted an appointment to the chair of political science and history at ...

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  3. UNITED STATES.

    Although the second liquor quota period opens on March 1, the import situation continues to be as confused as ever. The larger liquor exporting countries are still negotiating ...

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  4. FILM INQUIRY.

    It was stated at the film inquiry yesterday, in support of a plea for protection for them, that independent exhibitors were "slowly but surely being squeezed out of the motion ...

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  5. SURF LIFE-SAVING.

    Mr. Adrian Curlewis, son of Judge Curiewis, and a prominent surfer, has been appointed president of the Surf Life-saving Association. in succession to the late Mr. C. D. Paterson. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. ROYAL TOUR DIRECTOR.

    Mr. Hay, Under-Secretary of the Premier's Department, who was yesterday appointed State director of Prince George's visit to New South Wales. He acted in a similar capacity ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. COUNTRY NEWS.

    More than £30,000 will be expended on new school buildings, which the Minister for Education (Mr. Drummond) has informed the lacal member, Mr. G. Wilkins, M.L.A., will be ...

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  8. RAILWAY WORKERS.

    The application made to the Commonwealth Arbitration Court by the New South Wales Transport Commissioner for a log to bring all transport workers under Federal jurisdiction ...

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  9. COMMUNISM.

    One of the subjects set down by the Commonwealth for discussion at the forthcoming Constitutional conference is the suppression of Communism and other revolutionary ...

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  10. BELLINGEN NONAGENARIAN.

    Relatives assembled at Forest Lodge, Bellingen, to celebrate the birthdays of Mr. and Mrs. James Rose. Mr. Rose is 94 years of age, and his wife 84. They have been married ...

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  11. REPAIRS OF FLOOD DAMAGE.

    The Monaro Shire engineer, in a comprehensive report covering recent flood damage, estimated that the cost of restoring bridges, culverts, and other structures damaged, to a ...

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  12. DUBBO POLICE COURT.

    Robert John Collits, 30, Allan Pemberton, 35, and Harry Blake, 27, at the Dubbo Police Court, were committed for trial at the Dubbo Quarter Sessions on March 19, Collits on a ...

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  13. BULL ANTS.

    A Liverpool motorist had the worse of an encounter with large bull ants recently. His car met with mechanical trouble, and to ascertain the cause the motorist was forced to ...

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  14. NEW ZEALAND TOUR.

    V. Y. Richardson, who had been chosen to captain the Australian cricket team to visit New Zealand, announced on his return to Adelaide from Melbourne yesterday that he ...

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  15. ALLEGED VICTIMISATION

    In the Arbitration Court yesterday, Mr. Drakeford (for the Australian Federated Union of Locomotive Enginemen) expressed fear that evidence given by railway employees before ...

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  16. BABY CLINIC.

    A second railway car with which the council of the Far West Children's Health Scheme will extend the travelling baby clinic service to the north-western districts of New South Wales, ...

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  17. DEATH OF MRS. A. REID.

    Mrs. Ann Reid, 87, mother of Mr. J. T. Reid, M.L.A., died at the home of her son Mr. Willliam E. Reid, at Opossum Creek near Lismore yesterday Mrs. Reid was bom in Ireland, and ...

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  18. CENTENARY AIR RACE.

    The failure of Turkey to reply to a request for permission for competitors in the centenary air race to fly over Turkish territory, is seriously hampering the air race committee ...

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  19. AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION.

    The headmaster of the Lismore Rural School (Mr. C. L. Henry) expressed the opinion that in the Richmond River district it was a mistake for parents to rush boys into a ...

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  20. "HANDS OFF EUROPE."

    Official opinion in London is extremely uneasy at the trend of events in Europe, where the disturbed political atmosphere threatens to turn the tide of economic recovery. ...

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  21. BREAD "WAR"

    A bread "war" has started at Bankstown Residents are benefiting they are getting bread for 4d a loaf for cash. This is a halfpenny cheaper than the price ...

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  22. PRICE OF BREAD TO UNEMPLOYED.

    following a promise by the Premier that the recipients of food relief would not suffer on account of the rise in the price of bread, Lithgow vendors have agreed to supply a loaf ...

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  23. KALGOORLIE RIOTS.

    The following is the full text of the letter which the Premier of Western Australia (Mr. P. Collier) forwarded, under date of January 30, to the Acting Italian Vice-Consul in ...

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  24. GRANT FOR BRIDGE SOUGHT.

    The Erina Shire Council proposes to ask the Government for a grant of about £8000 for the construction of a bridge from Wallarah Point, in the north Tuggerah region, to ...

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  25. BOY FINDS GOLD

    A boy, named Neville Grives, was watching relief workers repairing a road near the old Last Chance mine, near Newbridge, when he found a large rock heavily studded with gold. ...

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  26. RETURNED SOLDIERS.

    The Bankstown sub-branch of the Returned Soldiers' League regards with suspicion the conferring of honours upon executive officers of the league. Members think it places the ...

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  27. INJURIES END FATALLY.

    Mrs. Badgery, who received severe head injuries last week when thrown from a car at the top of Whipcord Hill, died yesterday in the Anzac Hospital. ...

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  28. SYDNEY HOSPITAL.

    Dr. Andrew Parkes Findlay, medical superintendent at Sydney Hospital, will resign on February 28, to take up private practice in Macquarle-street and Rose Bay. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  29. MOTOR CYCLIST INJURED.

    Byron William Mathews[?] 20, son or Councillor W. P. Mathews, of Mount Victoria, was riding a motor cycle, which came into contact with a car driven by Laurence Kierath, s ...

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  30. BANK OFFICERS.

    By an agreement entered into between the associated banks and the Bank Officers' Association, the officers employed by eight banks throughout Australia will benefit by increases ...

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  31. THE CALL-UP

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

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  32. HAMILTON BY-ELECTION.

    The Speaker of the Legislative Assembly (Sir Daniel Levy) yesterday issued the writ for the Hamilton by-election. Nominations will close next Monday, the poll will be held on ...

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  33. WOMAN'S SAVINGS.

    "Every circumstance in this case is " an aggravation of the offence," stated Judge Foster, in General Sessions to-day. "One can scarcely imagine a crime more despicable ...

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  34. MAN INJURED BY AXE.

    Alfred Corliss, 35, was Standing about fit yards from a boy who was chopping wood. The axe slipped from the boy's hands and struck Corliss on a thigh, inflicting a deep ...

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  35. INDEX.

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  36. LORRY OUT OF CONTROL.

    Walter Flanagan, 15, of Warner's Bay, was admitted to Maitland Hospital this afternoon suffering from a fractured skull and injuries to his face. 'He was on a motor lorry which ...

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  37. WALTER LINDRUM.

    The Australian Press Association learns that authoritative, billiard circles are perturbed at all the unhelpful and confusing statements in the British and the Australian Press with ...

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  38. TICK IN MAN'S EYE.

    Mr. Hugh Curran was awakened in the early hours of the morning by an intense pain in one of his eyes. Investigation revealed a sheep tick-adhering to the eye-ball. A pair ...

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  39. FALL FROM HORSE.

    Robert Stewart, 62, was extensively injured in a fall from a horse at Perthville. He suffered a fractured collarbone, probably fractured ribs, and minor injuries. ...

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  40. CANBERRA.

    In view of the forthcoming redistribution of Federal electorates, an effort is being made by Canberra residents to obtain representation in the Federal Parliament. ...

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  41. GRASS FIRES.

    The unceasing efforts of fire-fighters from 9 a.m. till night saved several homesteads from destruction to-day, when three fires broke out in the Port Lincoln district. The flames ...

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  42. QUARTER SESSIONS SENTENCES.

    At the Bathurst quarter Sessions, James Hassan pleaded guilty to breaking and entering a dwelling-house in Bathurst and stealing goods. Accused was sentenced to 12 months' ...

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  43. ADVERTISEMENTS.

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  44. "SPANISH PRISONER."

    The Postmaster-General's Department has decided not to accept the delivery, of any letters which are addressed to Senur R. Canals, of Barcelona. Spain, who has written to ...

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  45. MAN ASSAULTS FATHER.

    At the Bathurst Quarter Sessions, before Judge Barton, James Lennis Hanrahan, 38, labourer, was charged with assaulting his father, James Robert Hanrahan, a grazier ...

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  46. NEW GOLDFIELD.

    Mining operations at Tennant's Creek, in the Northern Territory, will be helped by water which has been struck by a Government bore at a depth of 330 feet. ...

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  47. CUSTOMS OFFICERS.

    Complaints of lack of couitesy by Customs officials which were made by Mr. Alfrey Leroy, a passenger in the Matson liner Mariposa, upon his arrival in Melbourne last week ...

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  48. FLIGHT TO ENGLAND.

    Mr. Derek Rawnsley, a young Englishman, who is flying from Australia to England, arrived at Koepang at 11 am. (local time) to-day. ...

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  49. WHEATGROWERS' RELIEF.

    Supplies of the declaration forms to be used by applicants for assistance under the Federal Wheat Growers Relief Act have been for warded from Canberra in the last few days ...

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  50. RIGAMIST SENT TO GAOL.

    At Moree Quarter Sessions this morning Judge Clancy sentenced Alexander Joseph Kliendienst to 12 months' imprisonment with hard labour on a charge of bigamy. ...

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  51. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    At the New Zealand Meat Producers' Board's North Island competition, 360 lambs were displayed at Smithfield The High Commissioner for New Zealand (Sir James Parr) and a ...

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  52. SWIMMING BATHS.

    The construction of swimming batns in the excavation in Martin place between Castle reagh and Elizabeth streets was suggested to the Lord Mayor (Alderman Parker) ...

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  53. BUILDING ACTIVITY AT COOMA.

    There has been considerable building [?] in Cooma, Expensive alterations and additions to the district hospital are nearly complete[?] extensions of the main and sheep pavilions ...

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  54. ART LOAN SOCIETY.

    At a meeting at the House of Commons of the Empire Art Loan Collection Society, which was responsible for the loan of private pictures to be exhibited in Australia and New Zealand, ...

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  55. TO-DAY.

    Theatre Royal[?] "The Dubarry." 8. TivoliL: Jim Gerald, 2.30 8. Civic Theatre: "Two Minutes' Silence." "The Love Nest," 11.2, 5, 8. ...

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  56. SHRINE OF REMEMBRANCE.

    Wanton damage was done to the Shrine of Remembrance between noon and 1 p.m. to-day. Initials were cut in the bronze doors which lead from the lower gallery to the upper ...

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  57. AQUATIC PARK.

    Mr. D. G. Stead described to the Parks and Playgrounds Movement of New South Wales yesterday afternoon a plan for the establishment of an aquatic park and playground at ...

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  58. NOTE ISSUE BRANCH.

    Recently, the Canberra Chamber of Commerce decided to urge that the note issue branch of the Commonwealth Bank should be transferred from Melbourne to Canberra. ...

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  59. ARSON CHARGES.

    Charges of arson against Nicholas G[?], Claude William Black, Stanton Hayek, and Arthur Hayck, in connection with the destruction by fire of the softgoods store of Gah[?] ...

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  60. THE UNIONS.

    Aberdare Central Colliery was thrown idle to-day as a result of a wheelers' dispute. Wheelers' representatives, together with lodge officials, had discussed the matter at issue ...

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  61. LATE SHIPPING.

    ADELAIDE (1084m).—Arr: Feb 7, Gambada, from Calcutta; Semirams, from Singapore, Dep: Feb. 7, Lutana[?] for Launceston and Hobart; Cambada, forMelbourne and Sydney[?] Kermandle, for ...

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  62. LADY CARRINGTON DRIVE.

    The obstructions to the Lady Carrington Drive, in the National Park, caubed by the storm last Friday have been removed, and the drive was reopened yesterday for motor ...

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  63. SUBURBAN PICTURE THEATRES.

    Programmes of Suburban Picture Theatres will be found in the Amusement Advertisement Columns. ...

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