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  2. WINOOKA.

    Patrons of Tattersall's meeting at Randwick this afternoon will probably have their last opportunity of seeing Winooka before he leaves for America. The Australasian mile ...

    Article : 191 words
  3. IMPRISONED BY THE SOVIET.

    MR. W. H. MACDONALD. A photograph received by air mail yesterday from England of Mr. W. H. Macdonald[?] one of the engineers tried for ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 39 words
  4. FEDERAL PARLIAMENT.

    With the exception of a few contentious items, including tobacco and glass, the discussion on the tariff schedule has been completed by the House of Representatives. ...

    Article : 2,195 words
  5. OBITUARY.

    Mrs. P. B. Dickinson who died in Melbourne yesterday morning, aged 91 years was the widow of the late Mr. Samuel Dickinson. and the only surviving member of the family ...

    Article : 208 words
  6. AVIATION.

    If a sufficient number of passengers can be obtained, Sir Charles Kingsford Smith will fly the Southern Cross to London in July. Failing this, it was announced yesterday[?] he ...

    Article : 243 words
  7. NO APPOINTMENTS

    The Premier (Mr. Stevens) stated last night that there had been placed in his hands that day copies of pamphlets distributed at the eleventh hour by the section of the Labour ...

    Article : 202 words
  8. MR. ARTHUR M. SMITH.

    The remains of Mr. Arthur Mursell Smith (managing director of Messrs. Reed and Smith, Ltd., of York-street), were interred in the Church of England portion of the ...

    Article : 250 words
  9. TURF NOTES.

    The New Zealand sportsman, Mr. W. R. Kemball, who has been racing for some time in Victoria, where his team is being prepared by the former New Zealand trainer George ...

    Article : 1,270 words
  10. EGG BOARD.

    In the summons division of the Police Court yesterday, charges against Foley Bros. and Prescott, Ltd., for failure to mark eggs were withdrawn. ...

    Article : 115 words
  11. KOLN OFFICERS

    Officers of the German cruiser Koln were entertained at luncheon at Farmer's yesterday by ex-servicemen. All branches of the army and navy were represented. ...

    Article : 643 words
  12. MALTESE IN SYDNEY.

    For some time quarrels have occurred among factions of the Maltese community in the closely-settled parts of the city. Detectives Wiley, Shields, and Calman were ...

    Article : 162 words
  13. MR. C. J. CROCKER.

    Mr. Charles J. Crocker, of Cremorne, whose remains were privately cremated at Rookwood on Thursday, was 71 years of age. He was the eldest son of the late Mr. W. W. Crocker[?] ...

    Article : 222 words
  14. FOOTBALL.

    The second round of the Rugby Union premiership competition will be played this afternoon. Two winners in the first round. Northern Suburbs and Drummoyne will be opposed at North Sydney ...

    Article : 634 words
  15. "NO POLITICAL BIAS."

    The Prime Minister (Mr. Lyons) made it clear in a statement in the House of Representatives to-day that the Government did not favour political blas being shown by ...

    Article : 249 words
  16. FAMOUS PAINTING

    The Felton bequests committee announced to-day the purchase, for £25,000 sterling, of T[?]epolo's "Banquet of Cleopatra," a famous painting by the Venetian master, which came ...

    Article : 121 words
  17. MR. C. E. JARRETT.

    Mr. c. B. Jarrett, who was regarded as the father of the insurance business in Melbourne, died to-day, after a brief illness. He was 85 years of age. For many years Mr. Jarrett ...

    Article : 80 words
  18. STATE BUSES.

    The Commissioner for Road Transport (Mr. S. A. Maddocks) announced yesterday that, commencing on Sunday, a service of motor buses will operate between North Bondi and ...

    Article : 285 words
  19. A. F. DAWSON.

    The funeral of Mr. Arthur Foxton Dawson[?] a former Crown prosecutor, took place yesterday. The interment was made in the Church of England section of the Waverley ...

    Article : 284 words
  20. RATIONING.

    Failure attended the first attempt of the Sydney branch of the Seamen's Union yesterday to enforce the rule recently carried by a stop-work meeting that employed ...

    Article : 303 words
  21. RUGBY LEAGUE.

    Rugby League teams will decide the fourth round of the premiership competition this afternoon, when[?] the principal attraction will be the meeting of the joint unbeaten leaders. South Sydney and Eastern ...

    Article : 577 words
  22. DRAGGED BY TRAIN.

    Eric George Shadlow, 20, of Hall-road, Hornsby, had a remarkable escape from death last night, when he was struck by a train at Killara railway station, and dragged about ...

    Article : 122 words
  23. AN APPRECIATION.

    Arthur Foxton Dawson—usually called "Foxton" by his intimates after the Court had adjourned, for it seemed more a term of endearment than a real name—has left us a ...

    Article : 265 words
  24. CASUALTIES.

    Charles Crawford, 25 of Berry-street, Marrickville, fell heavily in Addison-road, Marrickville, yesterday, and suffered severe injuries to the head, including probably a ...

    Article : 262 words
  25. THE UNIVERSITY.

    Arrangements are being finalised for the Sydney University students' annual festival, which will be held next week. The first function will be the formal installation in office ...

    Article : 371 words
  26. AERIAL LAW.

    Squadron-Leader T. R. Marsden[?] of the Royal Australian Air Force[?] has been appointed to act as Commonwealth representative at the third international conference on private ...

    Article : 128 words
  27. APPRENTICESHIP.

    The president of the Metal Trades Employers' Association. Mr. John Heine, said yesterday that the plans of the association to provide employment for between 1000 to 2000 ...

    Article : 324 words
  28. GREYHOUND RACING.

    The Wollongong Club received a good entry for its Referendum Stakes, to be run to-night. This stake will be run in three heats, with a final and consolation. A feature of the meeting will be the ...

    Article : 162 words
  29. WIRELESS FEAT.

    A letter received in Sydney by Amalgamated Wireless (A'sia), Ltd., from Lieutenant Morgan Redfield, the radio officer of the wrecked United States naval airship Akron, gives ...

    Article : 171 words
  30. AIR EXPENDITURE.

    Major Shaw, of the Air Convention, said to-day that he regretted that the Minister for Defence was content, without investigation[?] to continue to dismiss the serious charges ...

    Article : 141 words
  31. LAWN TENNIS.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 245 words
  32. NEWCASTLE NEWS.

    Though Judge Sheridan, after an argument at the Newcastle District Court yesterday. had instructed Mr. H. L. L. O'Neill, solicitor, to appear before him this morning to show cause ...

    Article : 151 words
  33. AUSTRALIAN RULES.

    A possibility that the Victorian Football Association might abandon the Australian game and take up Soccer or Rugby unless it can make satisfactory arrangements with the Victorian Football ...

    Article : 60 words
  34. DOMAIN.

    A new by-law to restrict the distribution of pamphlets in the Sydney Domain was gazetted yesterday. It provides that no person shall distribute ...

    Article : 51 words
  35. WELLINGTON JOCKEY CLUB.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 925 words
  36. TWO MEN ARRESTED.

    Detective-sergeants Sedgwick and Parmeter and other police worked without rest from Thursday until last night searching for the armed thieves who bailed up the employees ...

    Article : 45 words
  37. CRICKET IN ENGLAND.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 166 words
  38. BAGSNATCHER

    A bagsnatcher left his motor cycle in a convenient spot in Kensington last night with the engine running. He disappeared on it immediately after committing a robbery. ...

    Article : 82 words
  39. SCHOOL TOURS.

    The first of a series of school pupil tours to Kosciusko arranged by the Government Tourist Bureau left Sydney last night, and other tours are scheduled to leave throughout ...

    Article : 34 words
  40. COONAMELE'S JUBILEE.

    The Railway Department announces that for the celebration of Coonamble's jubilee, from May 21 to 28, former residents of Coonamble, or their wives, husbands, or children, ...

    Article : 74 words
  41. SENOR TAPIA-CABALLERO.

    A half-hour broadcast recital was given from [?]e Broadcasting Commission's studios last night by Senor Tap[?]a-Caba[?]ero, the Chilean [?]anist, who will accompany Mr. Peter ...

    Article : 53 words
  42. HELD AT REVOLVER POINT.

    Harry Horne, night watchman, was on the third floor of Rawson Chambers early this morning when he saw a large crowbar and a broken padlock lying in the passage. ...

    Article : 61 words
  43. FIRE IN GARAGE.

    A motor lorry was damaged by fire in the garage of Dunlop Brothers, in Cunningham-street city[?] last night. Fire-Officer Pickering had the doors of the garage burst in and ...

    Article : 63 words
  44. MILLIONS CLUB.

    Mr. Justice F. S. Boyce will be the guest of the Millions Club at luncheon in the club rooms on Monday next. ...

    Article : 25 words
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