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  2. ELECTION CAMPAIGN.

    In the absence of Mr. A. Shand, secretary of the Master Butchers' Association of New South Wales. Major J. B. Shand, M.L.A., said yesterday: "It is untrue that the storekeepers ...

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  3. MOXLEY TRIAL

    At the Central Criminal Court yesterday, before Mr. Justice Halse Rogers, Mr. Hungerford (instructed by Mr. W M. Niland) asked that the trial of William Cyril Moxley, on a ...

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  4. INDIA.

    The report of thE Indian Franchise Committee; over which Lord Lothian presided, was Issued to-night. The central recommendations contained in ...

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  5. UNITED STATES.

    With the Presidential conventions less than a fortnight away, the uncertainty with which the American people are faced in their fouryearly pool for the national executive in the ...

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  6. DEATH OF MR. H. D. MORTON.

    The death occurred yesterday of Mr. Henry Douglas Morton in a private hospital in Sydney afer a protracted illness. He was a former Speaker of the Legislative ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. LEAGUE MATCH.

    Although none of the Australian Rugby League test players, and probably only two members of the English side will appear in the New South Wales v England match at the ...

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  8. MR. J. HENDERSON.

    There, are few men loft to-day who can claim personal acquaintance with Sydney of three-quarters of a century ago. One of the few is Mr. James Henderson, who yesterday ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. SMALL MORTGAGEES.

    On the morning of May 13, when the Mortgages Taxation Bill had just passed both Houses of the New South Wales Legislature, and was about to be submitted for the ...

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  10. ROYAL PRISONER

    "King George as a cadet on the Britannia was inclined to mischief, and his pranks were the talk of Dartmouth," said Mr. J. Seamens, at the Young Men's Christian Association, ...

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  11. SENATOR McLACHLAN AT EARLWOOD.

    "The issues in this election concern the whole of Australia," said Senator McLachlan (Vice-Presldent of the Executive Council), at Earlwood last night. He spoke in support of ...

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  12. TRANSPORT ACT

    The local Labour League arrangea to [?]ake a lorry load of supporters to Mr. Lang's meeting in Dubbo, but as this meant contravention of Mr. Lang's Transport Act, the police ...

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  13. THE DARDANELLES.

    General Sir Ian Hamilton, who was in command at Gaillpoll, has written an introduction to the "Tragedy of the Dardanelles," by Mr. Edmond Delage, which is being published by ...

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  14. DRUMMOYNE.

    Speaking at a largely attended rally of the Drummoyne Women's branch of the U.A.P., Mr. W. A. Windeyer, in support of Mr. J. R. Lee, U.A.P. candidate, said that, as electors, ...

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  15. OBITUARY.

    The funeral of Miss Katherine Maria Read took place in the Church of England section of the Rookwood Cemetery recently. Miss Read, who was in her 90th year, was ...

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  16. VERDICT OF SUICIDE.

    The City Coroner (Mr. May) yesterday found that Daniel Melzar Ross, 51, of Erlth-street, Mosman, who was found poisoned at the Taxation Department on May 27, committed suicide ...

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  17. YUGOSLAVIA.

    A Vienna message states that a grave revolutionary situation is developing in Yugoslavia. Disaffection has spread to the navy. A number of officers have been arrested at Spalato and ...

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  18. STATE LOTTERY.

    The major prize-winning marbles in the first Anniversary lottery were drawn at the Criterion Theatre yesterday morning by Mr. C. R Chapman, Under-Secretary to the ...

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  19. MR. JAMES CRANNEY.

    Mr. James Cranney, whose death occurred on Monday, was in business at Lakemba for many years, and was a past president of the Chamber of Commerce. He was a foundation ...

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  20. LEICHHARDT.

    The Leichhardt Town Hall was packed last night for a U.A.P. rally, and notwithstanding that there were a number of Labour supporters present, the speakers received an ...

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  21. GREEKS WOUNDED.

    Five persons were wounded in an affray at the home of Manuel Comino, in Mulgraveroad, Cairns, shortly before midnight on Thursday. A Greek is all iged to have run ...

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  22. OLYMPIC TEAM.

    The Lord Mayor (Alderman S. Walder) received the members of Australia's team for the Olympic Games in his rooms at the Town Hall yesterday before they were tendered a ...

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  23. DISARMAMENT.

    "It is impossible to expect disarmament while the nations are compelled to specify the ultimate strength of armaments," declared the Australian Attorney-General (Mr. Latham), ...

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  24. MALTA.

    The correspondent of the "Dally Telegraph" at the Vatican City says it is believed that peace will shortly be established between Lord Strickland (Premier of Malta) and the Roman ...

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  25. QUICK STUDY IN OPERA.

    A clever example of quick study in opera was furnished last night during the performance of "Carmen" at Her Majesty's Theatre. Miss Nora Mack, in the role of Frasquita, lost ...

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  26. MR. E. H. NEWMAN.

    The death of Mr. E. H. Newman, solicitor, of Sydney, occurred early yesterday morning, at his residence at Beecroft. Mr. Newman, who was a son of the late Rev. C. T. Newman, ...

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  27. SUNDAY MEETINGS.

    The President of the Council of Churches (Archdeacon Davies) made the following statement last night:- "My attention has been directed to various ...

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  28. GLOUCESTER SEAT.

    Referring to the campaign in the Gloucester electorate, the chairman of the management committee of the United Australia party (Mr. Sydney Snow), said last night: "Mr. W. W. ...

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  29. MR. P. McL. ALEXANDER.

    Mr. Peter McLaren Alexander, who died at his home, Mill Hill-road, Waverley, was a son of the late Mr. Peter Alexander, a wellknown resident of the Shoalhaven district, ...

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  30. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    A message from Li[?] states that the winegrowers and distillers in the Douro district decided to burn 10,000,000 gallons of inferior port wine in the hope of obtaining a better ...

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  31. LONG FLIGHTS.

    Mr. James weir, who is flying to England, arrived at Darwin at 1 o'clock to-day from Daly Waters. He expects to leave for England, at daylight on Monday. ...

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  32. CASUALTIES.

    Walter Street, 42, a tram conductor, of Park-street, Narrabeen, was admitted to the Manly Hospital by the Manly Ambulance last night, in a serious condition, suffering from a ...

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  33. SHERIFF INJURED.

    Constable Howard, of the George-street North police, showed great presence of mind yesterday, when he probably saved the life of the Sheriff of the Supreme Court (Mr. G. ...

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  34. SENATOR HARDY'S TOUR.

    In spite of the threat of rain and the fact that the meeting was held at 10.30 in the morning, Senator Hardy received a remarkable reception here. The School of Arts, ...

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  35. WORLD TRADE.

    The Chancellor of the Exchequer (Mr. Neville Chamberlain), in an interview, welcomed the participation of the United States in the World Economic Conference which is ...

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  36. JAPANESE POLICY.

    The Japanese Consulate-General has made available a copy of the speech delivered yesterday in the Japanese Diet by the Minister for Foreign Affairs. ...

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  37. PROPERTY SUPER-TAX.

    The council of the Taxpayers' Association, at a meeting yesterday, decided to co-operate with taxpayers' associations in other States in a move to have the Federal [?]er-tax of ...

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  38. MR. ABBOTTS FORECAST.

    Mr C. L A. Abbott, M.P., who has just concluded a tour of the State electorates, embracing Gwydir, is much impressed with the swing from State Labour, which he considers even ...

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  39. PETROL ON FIRE.

    A shocking burning fatality occurred this morning at the farm of William Overall, three miles north of Hopetoun Overall was lighting a fire in a stove, when he applied petrol ...

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  40. 42 MEN ARRESTED.

    There were exciting scenes when a large body of police, under the direction of Sergeant Chuck, burst into a room above an empty shop in Enmore-road, Marrickville, last night, ...

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  41. SHOPLIFTING CHARGES.

    Nine persons were charred with shoplifting at the Central Police Station dast night. In practically every case they had considerable sums in their possession. ...

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  42. TELEGRAPH SERVICE.

    Telegraph services to Parramatta and towns in the west of the State were disorganised after 3.30 o'clock yesterday afternoon, when a tree fell across the wires near Lidcombe. ...

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  43. TRAM SERVICES.

    The Transport Commissioners advise for the football match, England v New South Wales, to-day, special tram services will leave Circular Quay and the Raliway for Sydney Cricket ...

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  44. PEPPER IN EYES.

    After blinding his victim with pepper, and robbing nor of her handbag, a bagsnatcher fiung the woman to the footpath before making his escape at Burwood last night. ...

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  45. FOREIGN UNDERTAKINGS

    The Fresident of the Board of Trade (Mr. waiter Runciman), in a written answer to a question in the House of Commons, soid that the Board of Trade investigation showed that ...

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  46. MR. McCALLUM AT LAKEMBA.

    Mr. J. A. Mccallum, Federal Labou[?] candidate for Lakemba, said yesterday that he had received several letters accusing him of holding down a "cushy job" during the war. Mr. ...

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  47. CAR RUN OVER CLIFF.

    Thieves wantonly destroyed a motor car on Thursday night when they ran it over the cliff at Ben Buckler, Bondi. The machine fell about 100ft, and crashed on the jagged rocks. ...

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  48. GENERAL HIGGINS AT PERTH.

    At Perth Town Hall to-day a civic reception was given to General Higgins, chief of the Salvation Army, and Mrs. Higgins In expressing thanks for the hearty welcome, ...

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  49. PROPOSED SALE OF CHURCHES.

    Because of the decrease in the population of the inner suburban areas, the Congregational Union has decided wherever possible to sell church buildings where the ...

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  50. ALLEGED EMBEZZLEMENT.

    Following information received from Leeton, [?]hat an official of the local Protestant Alliance [?]odge had disappeared, and that his books [?]llegedly disclosed defalcations amounting to ...

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