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  2. COUNRY NEWS. FIRE DESTROYS COTTAGE.

    A cottage containing four rooms was destroyed by fire about ten o'clock this morning. At two o'clock this morning neighbours put out a fire and the owners retired ...

    Article : 74 words
  3. CREOSOTE OIL.

    Reports obtained by the Commonwealth Government are not optimistic regarding the probability of creosote oil being adopted as a motor fuel in Australia. ...

    Article : 438 words
  4. AUSTRALIAN FRUIT.

    Mr. C. G. Savage, State director of fruit culture, who returned to Sydney on Saturday from a visit to the United States and Canada, referred to a number of probable methods of ...

    Article : 392 words
  5. THE WAR'S LEGACY.

    Figures revealing how vitally the war affected Australia were given by the Minister for Health and Repatriation (Mr. Marr) in an address at the Central Methodist Mission's ...

    Article : 537 words
  6. LYTTON REPORT. Chinese Opposition to Recommendations.

    Although the Chinese Government so far has withheld official comment on the Lytton report on Manchuria, the rejection of the recommendations is foreshadowed in a statement ...

    Article : 331 words
  7. SHIELD CRICKET.

    Thanks to a magnificent bowling effort by W. J. O'Reilly and an equally magnificent double-century by D. G. Bradman, New South Wales is in a very strong position in the ...

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  8. BRIGHT CRICKET AT ADELAIDE 438 RUNS IN AFTERNOON.

    A crowd of 23,000 at the Adelaide Oval on Saturday enjoyed an afternoon of exhilarating cricket. From noon until 6 o'clock 438 runs were scored England carrying an overnight score of 341 for Ave wickets to 634 for nine wickets, the innings being closed, and South Australia scoring 145 runs for ...

    Article : 80 words
  9. PROSPECTS FOR MURWILLUMBAH SHOW.

    "As entries closed only to-day, it is not possible yet to make a definite forecast, but the prospects for the success of the 1932 show appear excellent," said the secretary of the ...

    Article : 97 words
  10. THEFT FROM DWELLING.

    The residence of Alfred Vinecombe," of Wood-street, was entered and clothing, jewellery, and money to the value of £24 were stolen. The house was ransacked Mr. ...

    Article : 80 words
  11. SCORES.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 233 words
  12. DEATH OF MRS. JOSEPH NEELD.

    Mrs. Neeld, widow of Joseph Neeld, one of the discoverers of the Wyalong goldfield, died at Blackrock, Melbourne, aged 76, She came to Wyalong with her husband when he ...

    Article : 64 words
  13. DEATH OF CANON BEVAN.

    Canon Bevan, for 21 years rector of the Albury Anglican parish, was found on Friday morning dead in his bed at Melbourne, where he had resided since his retirement from the ...

    Article : 118 words
  14. BARRACKING OF JARDINE.

    The Englishmen stated to-day that they were not worried about the barracking of Jardine late yesterday afternoon. The only comment of the manager (Mr. Warner) was ...

    Article : 105 words
  15. AVIATION.

    Mr. Arthur Loew, the American film magnate, who is journeying round the world in a fast aeroplane, The Spirit of Fun, flew from Hanoi (French Indo-China) to Calcutta in one ...

    Article : 102 words
  16. UNEMPLOYMENT.

    Following the burning of a number of food relief questionnaire forms in a tin canister in front of the police station in Bridgestreet yesterday morning, four men have ...

    Article : 218 words
  17. CASUALTIES. Three Men Injured.

    Three men were injured at Leppington last night, when a motor cycle crashed into a cart at the junction of Cowpastures and Bringelly roads. The force of the impact ...

    Article : 167 words
  18. GOLD BUYER ROBBED.

    J. Grady, a gold buyer, who has been visiting the district periodically, was robbed of 20 ounces of gold last night by a thief who visited Grady's bedroom during his absence. ...

    Article : 46 words
  19. JARDINE'S CENTURY.

    The visiting captain, D. R. Jardine, scored his first century of the tour, being 108 not out, but the outstanding feature of the English batting was the magnificent hitting of ...

    Article : 968 words
  20. BOY BELIEVED TO HAVE BEEN DROWNED

    Harold Victor Thompson (13), son of Mr. Richard Thompson, punt keeper at Wymah, Upper Murray, is thought to have been drowned in the Murray this morning. At ...

    Article : 99 words
  21. VICTORIAN TEAM.

    The Victorian selectors have chosen the team to meet England on Friday next. With the exception that L. Nagel will replace Blackie, the team is the same as that playing in ...

    Article : 169 words
  22. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    A message from Athens says that at America's request Mr. Samuel Insull, who is wanted on charges of embezzlement at Chicago, has been formally arrested, pending ...

    Article : 391 words
  23. HOME FOR AGED.

    The "Back to Young" celebrations were concluded to-day with the blessing and opening of additions to Mt. St. Joseph's Old People's Home. The presence of the Prime ...

    Article : 468 words
  24. METEOR SEEN AT BOMBALA.

    Mr. B. Atkins, an employee on Boralma Station, Bombala, states that immediately after daybreak one morning recently he was at the Bornima woolshed, when his attention ...

    Article : 77 words
  25. MAN THROWN FROM SULKY.

    Donovan Lee, of Chandos-road, Horsley, was driving a sulky yesterday, when the horse bolted and the turnout struck a post. Lee was thrown out, and received severe injuries. ...

    Article : 627 words
  26. FISHING AT BURRINJUCK.

    Mr. E. G. Elrington and Mr. F. H. W. Dabbs, had some good sport below the spillway at Burrinjuck dam this week. They landed five trout, the largest weighing 4lb, ...

    Article : 46 words
  27. QUEENSLAND SELECTIONS.

    The Minister for Lands (Mr. Pease) announced yesterday that Crown land comprising a total area of nearly 2,000,000 acres would be thrown open for selection shortly. ...

    Article : 38 words
  28. RANDOM NOTES.

    The Notts fast left-handed bowler, W. Voce, who has been resting an injured ankle since his arrival in Australia, had his first try out at the nets on Saturday morning. Mr. Warner ...

    Article : 158 words
  29. MAITLAND EISTEDDFOD.

    The Maitland Eisteddfod, which had been allowed to lapse for the past two years, opened yesterday. The committee is making an innovation this year by holding it on three ...

    Article : 439 words
  30. THE CALL-UP

    A call up for employment will be made today as follows:— Bricklayers holding Wollongong Labour Exchange registration cards with numbers "A" ...

    Article : 44 words
  31. INDEX. NEWS.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 305 words
  32. LONDON PRESS COMMENT.

    The "Evening Standard" says: "It is pleasant to be reassured about our batting strength, but the uncertain quantity has been our bowling, in regard to which the South Australian ...

    Article : 169 words
  33. FIJI'S HEALTH.

    There is a prevalent impression that the natives of the Pacific are slowly but surely dying out. While this may hold good with the native population of islands governed by ...

    Article : 362 words
  34. RETURNED SOLDIERS.

    After a vigorous debate delegates to the annual conference of the Returned Soldiers' League, at the concluding session on Soturday, refused to make an official declaration ...

    Article : 244 words
  35. DAMAGED BALL AGREEMENT.

    A conference at the Adelaide oval on Saturday afternoon between the manager and the captain of the English team and representatives of the Board of Control resulted in an ...

    Article : 108 words
  36. THE CHURCHES.

    There were special services at St. Jude's Church, Randwick, yesterday to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the appointment of Canon Cakebread as rector. Canon Cakebread ...

    Article : 385 words
  37. ADVERTISEMENTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 249 words
  38. GROCER'S ATTEMPT

    Hector McPherson Waring, a grocer, of Barker-road, Randwick, and his family bravely attempted to extinguish a fire in their shop early yesterday morning. They were asleep ...

    Article : 153 words
  39. NAVAL PAY.

    The Minister for Defence (Sir George Pearce) said to-day that sensational and inaccurate reports of disaffection in the Australian Navy which had been published by a ...

    Article : 138 words
  40. PUBLIC BAPTISMS.

    Newcastle's most unusual religious service of recent years took place this afternoon, when Mr. F. B. Van Eyk, who has been conducting an evangelist revival campaign at the ...

    Article : 232 words
  41. PIPES AND TUBES.

    The intention of the Broken Hill Pty. Co to establish a plant at Newcastle for the manufacture of pipes and tubes has aroused widespread interest in the iron and steel trade. ...

    Article : 95 words
  42. ANTI-SOCIALIST MOVEMENT.

    "We have in this State a sinister force which is working against all we hold dear," said Alderman A. Baldwin, in his presidential address at the opening of a conference of ...

    Article : 181 words
  43. TO-DAY.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 153 words
  44. YACHT NOT REPORTED.

    The yacht Heartsease, which left Auckland on September 22, clearing Whangarel on October 4, for Tonga, has not since been reported The party's original intention was to ...

    Article : 67 words
  45. SNAKE AS BEDFELLOW.

    While J. McMahon was asleep on a bed on a verandah of the residence of a friend named Dennis, in Fitzmaurice-street, Wagga, yesterday afternoon, a brown snake climbed on to ...

    Article : 76 words
  46. TRAGIC ENDING

    A defended divorce case, which began on Friday, has been closed by the petitioner, Frederick Holmes, aged 45, a bootmaker. He was observed on Friday night by his ...

    Article : 71 words
  47. FIJI CUSTOMS DUTIES.

    Australia obtains further preference over Britain and New Zealand as a result of the Fiji Governor's Customs order to take exchange into account in assessing the import ...

    Article : 34 words
  48. DESERTED DOGS.

    During the past few weeks, Ryde, Eastwood, and other outer suburbs have been invaded by numerous deserted doge. It is thought that tile dogs have been taken ...

    Article : 42 words
  49. SUBURBAN PICTURE THEATRES.

    Programmes of Suburban ricture Theatres [?] be found in the Amusement Section on page 2 each day. ...

    Article : 25 words
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