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  2. OTTAWA CONFERENCE.

    In considering the character of the Ottawa Conference and the aims it has, or is alleged to have in view, it is important not to overlook the nature of the Empire itself, and the ...

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  3. Family Notices

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  4. MAGNA CHARTA DAY.

    Yesterday was Magna Charta Day. References to the signing of Magna Charta on June 15, 1215, by King John, were made in the various State schools by the teachers. ...

    Article : 188 words
  5. Advertising

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    Advertising : 178 words
  6. IRRIGATION AREA.

    Representatives of the Department of Transport are visiting the Murrumbidgee Irrigation Area to-day to confer with delegates of the local co-operative societies concerning the best ...

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  7. FEDERAL CABINET.

    After a preliminary examination of the Budget proposals for the next financial year, the Federal Cabinet adjourned this evening until after the Premiers' Conference, which ...

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  8. THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD.

    The result of the elections was of vital importance to New South Wales and Australia, and it has a further significance. It is to be construed as ...

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  9. Family Notices

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  10. SHIPLOVERS' SOCIETY.

    Wartime adventures in remote places on the coast of Africa were described by Commander K. Boothroyd, who addressed members of the Shiplovers' Society last night at the Seamen's ...

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  11. MODEL AEROPLANES.

    The exhibition of model aeroplanes at David Jones', Ltd., is chiefly remarkable for the excellent workmanship of the Australian boys who are responsible for the specimens ...

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  12. REAR-ADMIRAL DALGLISH

    Rear-Admiral R. C. Dalglish, commanding the Royal Australian Navy, was entertained by the Millions Club at luncheon at Farmer's yesterday. ...

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  13. STATE LOTTERY.

    Mr. George Fitzpatrick, superintendent of the New South Wales Community Hospital, yesterday threw out a challenge to the Churches which are opposed to the State ...

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  14. THE "WOLFF."

    Sir,—Mr. Sandes' interesting article in your issue of to-day quotes from a French authority the operations of the German raider Wolff. It may interest your readers to know ...

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  15. S.A. FINANCES.

    "The Government's estimates for land and Income taxation for the financial year ended June 20—£1,750,000—have been realised," said the Premier (Mr. Hill) to-day. "Income ...

    Article : 63 words
  16. RUSSIAN TRAVELLER

    It was learnt yesterday that Valadimi Grigovivich Gavriluk, the Russian traveller who is returning to Sydney by the Royal Mall liner Aorangi, after having been refused ...

    Article : 126 words
  17. Advertising

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  18. MR. BRUCE.

    It was stated to-night by Mr. Lyons that there was no intention to make any alteration in the titles or duties of Ministers in consequence of Mr. Bruce's residence in London. ...

    Article : 122 words
  19. PERSONAL.

    His Excellency the Governor-General presided at a meeting of the Federal Executive Council, held at Government House, Canberra, yesterday morning. ...

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  20. ST. BARNABAS' CHURCH.

    The standing committee of the Sydney Diocese, which represents the Synod when not in session, has resolved to inform the parish council of St. Barnabas', Chatswood, that it ...

    Article : 161 words
  21. MR. WILLIAM EPPS.

    Members of the staff of the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital made a presentation yesterday to Mr. William Epps, who has retired from the post of secretaiy of the hospital after ...

    Article : 258 words
  22. SOUTHERN FRANCE.

    The Consul-General for Belgium (M. Segaert) gave a lecture in French to the Modern Language Association at its monthly meeting at the Education Building last night. ...

    Article : 107 words
  23. CLARENCE RIVER BRIDGE.

    "It is expected that the construction of the roadway section of the Clarence River bridge will be completed by July 19," said the Secretary for Transport (Mr. W. H. Newman) ...

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  24. WOMAN'S LEGACY TO CHURCH.

    The Presbyterian Church of Victoria will benefit to the amount of about £40,000 under the terms of the will of Miss Mary McCoy, formerly of Swift's Creek, near Omeo. Miss ...

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  25. FOOD RELIEF.

    Since the Stevens Government came into office, £6000 arrears to the Master Butchers' Association for food relief has been paid. The Minister for Labour and Industry ...

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  26. MR. PARKHILL

    The Minister for the Interior (Mr. Parkhill) announced to-day that he proposed to leave for the Northern Territory at the end of the week. It was three years, he said, since ...

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  27. UNREST IN AMERICA.

    Both the great party conventions for the Presidential elections in the United States are likely to be drawn into what has already been noted in the ...

    Article : 783 words
  28. TRADE WITH CANADA.

    Evidence of the growth of Australian exporte to Canada since the inauguration of the Canadian-Australian trade treaty has been seen on numerous occasions recently. But the ...

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  29. HOSPITAL SUNDAY APPEAL.

    At a meeting of the Hospital Sunday Appeal Committee, it was decided that the fourth annual appeal should be held on the third Sunday in August. ...

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  30. RETURNED SOLDIERS.

    A deputation, representing the Newcastle Trades Hall, waited on the Chief Secretary (Mr. Chaffey) yesterday, and, pointing out that they represented the ex-service men's ...

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  31. RETURNED SOLDIERS.

    "ACH.," in a letter to the Editor of the "Herald " suggests that the controlling officers of the various lodges and friendly societies should direct each of their branches to appoint ...

    Article : 90 words
  32. VICTORIAN U.A. P.

    At a meeting of the Parliamentary United Australia party to-day, the Attorney-General and Minister for Railways (Mr. R. G. Menzies) was elected deputy-leader. The only other ...

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