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  2. COUNTRY NEWS.

    With the death of Mr. William Arthur, of South West Hocks, aged 94 years, the Macleay has lost another of its pioneers. Accompanied by his brother, Mr. Arthur arrived in ...

    Article : 99 words
  3. SECESSION

    Some of those who are taking part in the campaign against secession admit that at the referendum on April 8 there is a likelihood of a 60 per cent. vote for separation from the ...

    Article : 251 words
  4. AERIAL SURVEY OF CENTRAL AUSTRALIA.

    This map shows the three sectors, having a total area in excess of 100,000 square miles, which will shortly be surveyed by an aerial expedition organised by Mr. Donald Mackay. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. JEHOL.

    A series of sudden developments is rapidly bringing matters to a head in North China, where the chief Government executives are now assembling, including the ...

    Article : 221 words
  6. GERMANY.

    The "Hitierisation" of Germany is proceeding at a great pace. Herr Hitler, at a meeting of the Cabinet, emphasised the importance cf a uniform policy ...

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  7. MILK INQUIRY.

    When the Royal Commissioner (Mr. A. B. Shand, K.C.) yesterday began his inquiry into the operations of the Milk Board, Mr. L. S. Abrahams, K.C. (who is assisting the Commission), referred to an allegation by a milk vendor that a man, with whom he had monetary dealings, told him that money had ...

    Article : 178 words
  8. HOTEL FIRE.

    The timely discovery of a fire in the kitchen of Kentish's Commercial Hotel at Ulmarra at 11.30 last night prevented what might have been a disastrous blaze. The flames were ...

    Article : 74 words
  9. QUESTION OF STAMP DUTY.

    Mr. A. Mair, M.L.A., has received a reply from the Attorney-General to representation made by him, with a view to preventing legal action being taken where a /2 receipt stamp is ...

    Article : 98 words
  10. STRUCK BY CRANKING HANDLE.

    A Lachlan Shire Council employee named Bell met with a serious accident yesterday while working at the Nine Mile. He was trying to start a tractor when it apparently backfired, ...

    Article : 70 words
  11. FUNDS SUBSCRIBED.

    Mr. Abrahams said that the members of the board were Mr. E. A. Hamilton (chairman), Mr. J. M. Martin, M.L.C., and Mr. W. J. H. Graham. The board had appointed as its ...

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  12. DARWIN'S CLIMATE.

    Mr. John McNeill, secretary of the New South Wales branch of the A.W.U., who has visited the Northern Territory on behalf of the union, said yesterday that the Territory ...

    Article : 110 words
  13. LEAGUE COMMITTEE.

    The Soviet has refused to accept membership of the League of Nations committee dealing with the Sino-Japanese dispute. The reason given by the Soviet is that it is ...

    Article : 55 words
  14. CAR AND BUS COLLIDE.

    Mr. Powers, of Cloncurry, Queensland, has been admitted to Tweed District Hospital in a serious condition as the result of a collision between his car and the New England bus on ...

    Article : 88 words
  15. INDIAN AFFAIRS.

    In the House of Commons to-day Mr. Winston Churchill (Con., Epping) asked the Secretary for India (Sir Samuel Hoare) whether a committee of Indians was being invited by the ...

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  16. MR. DONALD MACKAY.

    Mr. Donald Mackay was in Sydney yesterday attending to various matters of detail having reference to his second aerial survey of Central Australia. The time for departure ...

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  17. CONDITIONS IN JAPAN.

    Mr. C. N. Spiller, director of a firm of cotton-waste merchants, returned yesterday from a visit to Japan, where he purchased supplies of cotton-waste. There are 800 cotton ...

    Article : 168 words
  18. POLICE COURT DEPOSITIONS.

    At the Quarter Sessions, Judge Sheridan said it was apparently the practice of some magistrates to allow depositions in police court cases to be signed by witnesses when the ...

    Article : 79 words
  19. UPPER HOUSE.

    Speaking at Canterbury last night in support of the Upper House reform proposals, the Minister for Justice (Mr. Martin) said no considerable civilised community in the ...

    Article : 117 words
  20. INDUCTION OF MINISTER.

    Before a large congregation of parishioners of the Balranald-Moulamein Presbyterian Church, the Rev. Allan A. Dougan, B.A., of Sydney, was inducted into the charge of the ...

    Article : 60 words
  21. UNEMPLOYED IN CARRIAGE.

    Thirty-three unemployed men took possession of a carriage in the Sydney express last night. The police took the men's names and asked them to leave the train. They were ...

    Article : 85 words
  22. CASUALTIES.

    George Purchase, 23, of Dent-street, Botany, suffered incised wounds to the head, abrasions, and probably concussion yesterday morning when his motor cycle and a milk cart collided ...

    Article : 146 words
  23. DR. CHEN'S STATEMENT.

    "My confidence is not in the least shaken," said Dr. W. P. Chen, Consul-General for China, speaking at Parsley Bay last night under the auspices of the Vaucluse Progress ...

    Article : 130 words
  24. AUSTRIAN NAZIS.

    A message from Vienna says that, while hundreds of thousands of Nazis in Austria are celebrating the German victory, the Austrian Cabinet has decided to proclaim a state ...

    Article : 120 words
  25. EDITOR'S DEATH.

    The death occurred in hospital last night of Mr. J. B. Wilkins, aged 65. Mr. Wilkins had resided at Pambula for about 40 years. He was associated with almost every public ...

    Article : 77 words
  26. BEQUEST TO CHARITY.

    Mr. James Stewart Henderson, who accompanied his parents to England from Sydney 50 years ago, died at Hampstead, leaving a fortune of £404,567. He bequeathed £150,000 ...

    Article : 120 words
  27. DOLE AT SILVERTON.

    While travelling through Silverton on the express to Adelaide on Monday night, Mr. H[?] sington, M.L.A., was interviewed by Mr. W. Carl, secretaiy of the Silverton Progress ...

    Article : 122 words
  28. ALLEGED FRAUDS.

    "I set fire to it," was the confession which an Italian, Capsoni, made three times in reply to the prosecution's queries as to how fires at Manchester and Leeds were started. He ...

    Article : 336 words
  29. EMPIRE CABLE RATES.

    Major Astor, in a presidential address to the annual meeting of the Empire Press Union, regretted that Press telegraph rates between Britain and the Empire had not been ...

    Article : 91 words
  30. INDEX.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 272 words
  31. GRAZIER'S DEATH.

    Philip Shea, aged 12, a well-known grazier of Kangaroo Creek, died in a private hospital at South Grafton. He was unmarried. ...

    Article : 34 words
  32. RYDE PUBLIC SCHOOL.

    At last night's meeting of the Ryde Council, Alderman Cheetham declared that an amendment of the Local Government Act was desirable so as to give a council the right to ...

    Article : 234 words
  33. WEEK-END COTTAGES ROBBED.

    A cottage owned by Mrs. Bodaker, of Parramatta-road, Sydney, was broken into and all the easily portable contents were stolen. Losses of [?]d linen and cutlery from other week-end ...

    Article : 71 words
  34. BOWRAL BATHS PROPOSAL.

    At the last meeting of the Bowan Council, an offer was received from Mr. A. M. Ros[?] Smith, of Sydney, to construct baths in Bowral free of cost to the council, on condition that ...

    Article : 116 words
  35. FRUIT EXPORT.

    Senator Grant, of Tasmania, after investigating the prospects of the coming fruit season, is afraid that New Zealand's decision to place all fruit in the hands of one firm, and also ...

    Article : 111 words
  36. COTTAGE DESTROYED BY FIRE.

    On Monday morning an iron and weatherboard cottage, the property of W. Dobie, was destroyed by fire. The house was unoccupied at the time, but a large quantity of furniture ...

    Article : 73 words
  37. ADVERTISEMENTS.

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  38. LEAGUE OF NATIONS.

    The report of the Australian delegation, headed by Mr. S. M. Bruce, to the 13th Assembly of the League of Nations at Geneva in September and October last, tabled in the ...

    Article : 248 words
  39. WATER BOARD.

    The Water Board at a meeting yesterday decided to confirm its application to the Industrial Commission for a 48-hour week for its maintenance employees. The question ...

    Article : 413 words
  40. DIED IN AMBULANCE.

    T. Hoult, an ex-Imperial service man, who had been a resident of Wyong for some time, was being conveyed by ambulance to hospital in Sydney, when he collapsed and died at ...

    Article : 69 words
  41. THE DOUKHOBORS.

    Peter Verigin, the spiritual and temporal ruler of the Doukhobors in Canada, will request a Royal Commission to investigate the whole Doukhobor situation. He said to-day ...

    Article : 73 words
  42. CAR OVERTURNS.

    A well-known Wagga business man, Mr. John Brunskill, of R. J. Brunskill and Co., wheat buyers, left Sydney by motor car with an infant child and a nurse for his home at ...

    Article : 100 words
  43. UNHEALTHY BEDDING.

    Allegations that certain bedding placed on the market contained rubbish which was a dange. to the health of the community were made to the Minister for Labour (Mr. ...

    Article : 135 words
  44. CITY OF DANZIG.

    The Polish Government, has sent 100 policemen to reinforce the military at the Westerplatte munitions dump in the territory attached to the free city of Danzig, to protect ...

    Article : 138 words
  45. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    The price of gold to-day was £5/18/11 an ounce fine, compared with £5/19/7 yesterday. LORD BLEDISLOE'S HEIR. ...

    Article : 215 words
  46. MUSICAL FESTIVAL.

    The following awards were announced at the annual Irish musical festival:— Gentlemen's song, Australian composer, V. Lamberton (Lismore), 1; J. Chisholm (Lismore, 2. ...

    Article : 211 words
  47. PLAGUE OF FLYING FOXES.

    Milmerran settlers have communicated with the Toowoomba Gun Club and requested them to send a team of shooters in an endeavour to deal with what is claimed to be the largest ...

    Article : 71 words
  48. TO-DAY.

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  49. CIVIL AVIATION.

    The question of the appointment of a new Controller of Civil Aviation was discussed at a meeting of the committee of the Air Convention. The following resolution was ...

    Article : 94 words
  50. DR. EARLE PAGE.

    The acting leader of the Country party (Mr. Paterson) intends to move, in the House of Representatives, that two months' leave of absence be granted to Dr. Page on the ground ...

    Article : 79 words
  51. FARM-HOUSE TRAGEDY.

    A message from Paris states that Plerze Delafait was sentenced to death on a charge of murdering six members of his family As there was intense public feeling in Agen ...

    Article : 141 words
  52. FEDERAL TAXATION.

    The Federal Government is hopeful that further reductions in taxation will be possible, but Ministers are unable to say when further relief will be granted. ...

    Article : 79 words
  53. CHURCH VESSELS

    The three silver altar vessels stolen from St. Thomas' Church, Lewisham, early on Monday morning were found by boys, under a bush beside the railway line near Lewisham station ...

    Article : 68 words
  54. NEW SWIMMING RECORDS.

    At the Melbourne city baths to-night G. Vockler broke the 300 yards record by an Australian by six and two-fifths seconds, recording 3m 25s, and the 500 yards record by ...

    Article : 47 words
  55. SANE DEMOCRACY LEAGUE.

    At the monthly luncheon of the Sane Democracy League at Sargents, next Monday, Miss Janet Mitchell will give an address on "A Year in the Manchurian War Zone." Miss ...

    Article : 46 words
  56. SUBURBAN PICTURE THEATRES.

    Programmes of Suburban Picture Theaters will be found in the Amusement Column on Page 2 each day. ...

    Article : 21 words
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