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  2. MR. RALSTON, K.C.

    Mr. Alexander Gerard Ralston, K.C., who was an Acting Judge of the Supreme Court on two occasions, died at Woollahra yesterday after a long illness He was 71 vears of age ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  3. EVICTION RIOT.

    The 30 men charged with armed riot as a result of happenings during the eviction at Clara-street, Tighes Hill, on June 14, appeared on remand at the Newcastle Police Court this ...

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  4. POLO.

    In spite of the unpleasant weather conditions prevailing this afternoon the attendance at the Australian Polo Club's grounds at Cobbitty was large. It was the last day's play ...

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  5. OBITUARY.

    Mr. Hunter Mcpherson, head of Messrs. Thomas McPherson and Son, nardwaie merchants, and chairman of directors of the Port Jackson and Manly Steamship Company, Ltd., ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. WIRELESS RESEARCH.

    Headed by Dr. Edward Victor Appleton (Wheatstone Professor of Physics at the University of London), a party of British wireless experts has sailed for the North Polar regions ...

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  7. COUNTRY NEWS.

    After months of trouble the Dubbo Ambulance Board has been reconstructed. The old board has resigned and a new board has been formed under the chairmanship of Mr. M. G. ...

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  8. OIL ENGINES.

    Mr. F. G. Carr, managing director of the Rosebery Engine Works, yesterday asked the Tariff Board to urge that a special item be placed in the tariff to provide for ad valorem ...

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  9. EMPLOYMENT.

    Although the Citizens Employment Committee has been in existence for less than four weeks it is clilmed that more than 1200 people have been found emoloyment, largely because ...

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  10. DISTRICT COURT CASES.

    In the District Court, before Judge Claney, Richard Porter claimed from Samuel Roy Duck £38/15/ as damage caused by the killing of plaintiff's bull by defendant. Both ...

    Article : 237 words
  11. SIR RICHARD THRELFALL.

    The death is announced of Sir Richard Threlfall, the eminent engineer. Sir Richard, who was 70 years of age, was Professor of Physics at the University of Sydney in 1886 ...

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  12. BODILY HARM CHARGE.

    At the Mudgee Police Court, John Byrne was remanded until July 16 on a charge of causing grievous bodily harm to Marie Fitzpatrick, who was hit on the head last ...

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  13. FOOD RELIEF FRAUDS.

    Three charges of food relief frauds were preferred against Alfred Johnston, a shire contractor, at the Young Police Court. Johnston, who is married, with a family of six ...

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  14. RICH RIVER BED.

    It is officially announced at Dunedin that the Kawarau Amalgamated Company, which controls the scheme for recovering gold in the bed of Kawarau River, after considering ...

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  15. BULLET IN EAR.

    Complaining of ear trouble, Flank Shelley, the 13-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs Shelley, of Waterview Soldier Settlement, was brought to a doctor, who found a pea-rifle bullet ...

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  16. CITY COUNCIL.

    The plan of proposed revisions in the salaries of the clerical staff of the City Council was again considered by the finance committee of the council yesterday, and once more ...

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  17. ORANGE INSTITUTION.

    The annual July 12 celebrations of the Loyal Orange Institution of New South Wales were continued at the Town Hall last night when members of the Institution and their ...

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  18. VICTORY TEA TO MR. LOUGHLIN.

    A victory tea in celebration of Mr. Loughlins election for Goulburn was held at Penrose public hall on Saturday evening, and was attended by representatives of U.A.P. branches ...

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  19. ILLAWARRA SEAT.

    It is improbable that the United Australia party will take any action as a result of the allegations of irregularities at the Illawarra election. Mr. P. L. Cantwell, the party's ...

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  20. MR. A. BASHAM.

    The funeral of Mr. A. Basham, of Manly, took place from the Manly Methodist Church yesterday to the Northern Suburbs Cemetery. The service in the church was conducted by ...

    Article : 161 words
  21. VANISHED RENTS.

    Evidence of the hardships suffered by those whose incomes are derived from property as a result of the depression was given before Judge Edwards in the District Court yesterday ...

    Article : 230 words
  22. GRUESOME MURDER.

    A message from Oran (Algeria) states that a gruesome murder was revealed by the discovery of 31 pieces of a woman's body strewn in the streets leading from the outskirts of ...

    Article : 134 words
  23. CASUALTIES.

    Four persons were injured on Sunday in Queen-street. Ashfield, where motor cars driven by Charles Mack, of Carp-street. Bega and Clive Armstrong, of Henson-street. ...

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  24. NYMBOIDA SCHEME.

    Speakers at the official opening of the Clarence River County Council's power-house at South Lismore on Saturday afternoon expressed the hope that within a few years the ...

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  25. UPPER HOUSE APPEAL.

    An official copy of the Privy Council judgment in the Upper House appeal case has been received in Sydney. The judgment was delivered in London on May 31 by the Lord ...

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  26. MRS. C. H. CARSON.

    News was received in Sydney yesterday of the death, at Kobe, Japan, of Mis. Constance Haider Carson, of Yanaldool, Leura, aged 63 years. Mrs. Carson was the widow of Mr. ...

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  27. MR. J. A. MOLLISON.

    Mr. J. A. Mollison, writin; in the "Daily Express," in anticipation of criticisms in the House of Commons, states: "A double Atlantic flight in a 'plane does not present very great ...

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  28. HEAD-ON COLLISION.

    Miss Jenny Bond, honorary secretary of the Lockhart Country Women's Association, was driving a single-seater car, returning from Lockhart, when a collision occurred with a ...

    Article : 82 words
  29. WOOLGROWERS' THANKS.

    The decision of the Minister for Transport (Mr. Bruxner) to exempt from taxation under the Transport Act all goods carried by motor west of the Darling has given satisfaction in ...

    Article : 85 words
  30. SLEEPERS ON LINE.

    At Wingham Police Court this morning Raymond Pollock, 31, was charged that on June 13. at Wentworth Estate, near Wingham, he maliciously put upon the railway line two ...

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  31. LATE SHIPPING.

    BLUFF.—Dep: Wainui, s, for Melbourne. ...

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  32. OVERSEA MONEY ORDERS.

    The Director of Postal Services (Mr H. P. Brown) said that the present exchange rates for oversea money orders, with a minimum charge for each 5/ or fraction of 5/, was ...

    Article : 229 words
  33. INDEX.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 261 words
  34. MAN'S MYSTERIOUS DEATH.

    Seized with violent convulsions, Charles Pennells, aged 25, died within a few minutes last night before medical aid could arrive. A post-mortem was conducted by Dr. McLelland ...

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  35. MRS. JANE LESSLIE.

    Mrs. Jane Lesslie, whose death at the age of 81 years occurred suddenly last week, had been a resident of Burwood for 50 years. She was the widow of Mr. William Charles ...

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  36. BRITISH LIBERALS.

    The Liberal-National Parliamentary group has issued a statement that it is forming a Liberal-National Council, and that membership is open to all Liberals who believe that ...

    Article : 88 words
  37. N.Z. COAL STRIKE.

    The coalminers' agreement was ratified by the Waikato and Hikurangi miners by a majority of nearly five to one. Work will be resumed to-morrow. ...

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  38. RAILWAY CLEARED OF SNOW.

    The mail train from Sydney, which had been delayed by heavy snow between Nimitybelle and Bombala, got through this morning. ...

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  39. ELECTRICTY SCHEME.

    The report of Mr. O. H. Brain, Chief Electrical Engineer of the Public Works Department, on his recent inspection of the St. Marys electricity scheme was presented to ...

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  40. MR. J. J. BOGLE.

    Mr. John Joseph Bogle, who died at Lake Macquarie recently, at the age of 95 years, was born on the Tichbourne Estates, Upton House, near Pool, Dorset (England). He was ...

    Article : 114 words
  41. GIRL'S ILLNESS.

    The strange illness on April 16 of Dorothy Betty Cameron, aged seven years, led to Nurse Elspeth Kerr, 45, a widow, and proprietress of a nursing home, being charged with ...

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  42. BELGIAN STRIKERS.

    While marching to Charleroi (Belgium), where a Communist riot resulted in several deaths, coalminers, who are on strike, joined in a pitched battle with police at ...

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  43. INDIAN PEASANTS.

    The changed attitude of the Indian peasant towards the Nationalist movement was illustrated at Bardoli, in the Bombay Presidency, a former Congress stronghold, where the civil ...

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  44. STUDENT TEACHERS.

    The Minister for Education (Mr Drummond) told a deputation from the Newcastle branch of the Unemployed Student Teachers' Association this afternoon that if it was ...

    Article : 119 words
  45. CLOTHING TRADE STRIKE.

    Judge Drake Brockman, of the Arbitration Court Bench, has intervened in the strike of employees in the ready-made clothing industry section of the clothing trade by convening a ...

    Article : 139 words
  46. ADVERTISEMENTS.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 257 words
  47. MR. WILLIAM SHARP.

    Mr. William Sharp, who died at his residence. Nyrang, The Crescent, Fairfield, last week, aged 83 years, came of a very longlived family. His mother died aged 88 years, ...

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  48. DEATH OP MR. R. WHITE.

    Mr. Robert White, 65, died to-day. He was a member of the municipal council, and was Mayor for a term. He was a director of the Manchester Unity Independent Order of ...

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  49. VICTORIAN JOCKEYS

    Rumours concerning the possibility that the committee of the V.R.C. will refuse licences for the coming season to several leading jockeys have been heard in recent weeks. ...

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  50. OTTAWA CONFERENCE.

    Canada will meet the Imperial Economic Conference here with a list of more than 8000 items which it is prepared to admit free of duty from Empire countries. ...

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  51. THE SUBURBS.

    At last night's meeting of the Woollahra Council, the Mayor (Alderman Hugh Latimer) submitted a minute stating that he had been considering the question of additional police ...

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  52. MR. JAMES HISLOP.

    The death has occurred of Mr. James Hislop, ex-Under-Secretary for Internal Affairs, who organised and personally accompanied as Government representative the tours of the ...

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  53. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    The death has occurred in his 69th year of Sir Horace Westropp McMahon, the fifth baronet, who married, in 1911. Ellie Maude, daughter of Mr. H. Moses, M.L.C., of Sydney. ...

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  54. QUEST FOR GOLD.

    The Chapman Prospecting Expedition will leave Brisbane to-morrow for Camooweal on the first stage of what is likely to prove an historic quest for gold in Central Australia ...

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  55. FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE.

    Fearing the introduction of foot and mouth disease, the Government has prohibited the importation from California of grass seed. Including lucerne, clover, millet, ground fruits, ...

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  56. REV. HAROLD DAVIDSON

    The Rev. Harold Davidson, rector of Stifl— key, who was found guilty of immoral conduct and on other charges by he Consistory Court, went to his church at Stiff key with his married ...

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  57. DISHONEST TRAIN USERS.

    Recent examinations of tickets at metropolitan stations disclose many attempts to travel beyond the destination shown and also a great number of people over 18 years of age ...

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  58. TO-DAY.

    Her Majesty's: "Bitter Sweet," 7.50. Criterion Theatre "Happy and Glorious," 8. Theatre Royal: "The Big Show." 2.15, 8. Prince Edward Theatre: "One Hour With You." ...

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  59. "HIKERS'" TRAINS.

    The Secretary for Transport announces that on Sunday, July 24, special hikers' " trains will be run from Central Station to the Hawkesbury district. The first train will ...

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  60. GRAZIERS' LOSS.

    C[?] damage was caused by a fire which, Saturday night, destroyed the Wangette [?]shed. Longreach, the property of Messrs Speedy Brothers, together with the ...

    Article : 81 words
  61. THE UNIVERSITY.

    The Rev. Lionel Fletcher will address students in the University Union Hall at 1.20 p.m. to-day. Mr. F. S. Burnell will address members of ...

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  62. BAGSNATCHER AT BONDI.

    A daring bagsnatcher robbed a girl of her handbag, which contained money and valuables valued at about £10, at Bondi, last night. Dorothy Browne was standing at the ...

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  63. STEAMER KARETU AGROUND

    The Union S.S. Company's steamer Karetu went ashore in Nadi Bay at 2 o'clock on Sunday morning She is not leaking. The steamers Malake and Rona are standing by ...

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  64. FIRE ON TRAM.

    Considerable excitement was caused in St. James-road last night when an electric wire on the roof of a tram fused, and the roof caught fire For a few minutes the woodwork ...

    Article : 55 words
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