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  2. BRISBANE'S DEBTS.

    The Brisbane City Council decided to-night to seek the suspension of redemption and sinking fund payments on overseas loans for three years, and to appoint Alderman Tait as ...

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  3. COUNTRY NEWS.

    At the Goulburn Police Court Valery Merrien, 26, and David Jones, 30, were committed for trial on charges of breaking and entering a shop and stealing wearing apparel and ...

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  4. FAMOUS FOOTBALLER.

    MR. JOHN ATKINS FRASER, Universally known as "Jum" and "Jumbo," who died recently. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. SAVINGS BANK.

    When business closed yesterday, new accounts opened with the Government Savings Bank since the re-opening totalled 27,932. In a statement issued yesterday by the ...

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  6. INTERSTATE TRADE.

    The deputy leader of the United Australia party (Mr. Latham) emphasised yesterday the necessity for reconsideration of the provisions of the Constitution dealing with the freedom of ...

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  7. CITY COUNCIL.

    Following the election of Alderman Donald Grant to the City Council, the galleries of the council chamber were crowded with spectators yesterday Alderman Grant's election, ...

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  8. STATE SESSION.

    Legislation to permit of the transfer of deposits in the old division of the Government Savings Bank was introduced in the Legislative Assembly yesterday. Business ...

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  9. DEATH OF MR. C. W. BUNDOCK.

    The funeral took place yesterday of Mr. Charles Wyndham Bundock, aged 73 years, youngest son of the late Mr. Wellington Coston Bundock, the original owner of ...

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  10. OPEN SEASON FOR OPOSSUMS.

    It is estimated that more than 150,000 opossum skins were obtained by trappers in the southern police district during the brief season declared open in New South Wales. Returns ...

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  11. COOLAH HOSPITAL.

    At a meeting of the Coolah Hospital last night a petition was presented requesting the board to review its decision to dispense with the present matron and nursing staff. There ...

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  12. MR. LUCIEN PLATER.

    A page in the tear-stained history of Poland was turned for the last time on Sunday, when Mr. Lucien Stanislas Plater died at his home Fleet-street, Summer Hill. For about 100 ...

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  13. 5000 ATTEND HOSPITAL CARNIVAL.

    The Commercial Travellers' carnival in aid of the funds of the Tamworth District Hospital and the Royal Alexandra Hospital for Children, Sydney, concluded yesterday in ...

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  14. RUSSIAN TIMBER.

    An assertion that the Union of Socialist Soviet Republics must cease buying in those countries in which a restriction was imposed on the importation of Russian goods was ...

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  15. PRODUCER'S PRICES.

    The deputy leader of the State Opposition (Mr. Stevens), addressing a crowded Nationalist rally in the Burwood School of Arts last night, expressed the view that the ...

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  16. CAMDEN HOSPITAL.

    Camden District Hospital has received £285/15/7 from the Hospitals Commission, £185/15/7 being for subsidy due on the £ for £ basis to June 30, 1930, and £100 as an ...

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  17. QUARTER SESSIONS.

    At Moree Quarter Sessions to-day Huntley J. Forrester was remanded on a charge of having obtained credit amounting to £ 33/10/6 from Wm. S. Cairns, storekeeper, of ...

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  18. UNEMPLOYMENT.

    The Minister for Labour (Mr. Baddeley) was asked by a deputation from the Canterbury district yesterday for a contribution from the Unemployment Relief Fund for the ...

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  19. THE UNIONS.

    Six candidates have been nominated to contest the position of secretary of the Road Transport Union, rendered vacant by the appointment of Mr. F. E. Miller to the ...

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  20. MR. MARPLES.

    The Victorian Poultry and Kennel Club has issued a Supreme Court writ against Mr. J. W. Marples, of Scott's Hotel, Melbourne, claiming £250 damages. The plaintiff club claims ...

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  21. CONSERVATORIUM.

    The recital given last night in the small hall of the Conservatorium by Miss Cecily Adkins, soprano, and Miss Dorothy Gibbes, pianist, proved one of the most ...

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  22. COMPENSATION AWARDED.

    Mrs. Elizabeth Rutter, of Lochinvar, and her daughter, Mrs. Elsie May Grace, of West Maitland, claimed compensation from Samuel Killen, of Rutherford, for injuries suffered in ...

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  23. FALSE STATEMENT ALLEGED.

    In the Brisbane Police Court to-day Desmond Austin Williams, otherwise David Dawson, 48, motor car proprietor, was charged with having, at Sydney, on January 5, signed ...

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  24. STATE LOTTERY.

    At the last meeting of the District Hospital Board, Mr. W. H. McIntosh said it appeared that the money for the State lotteries was being received under false pretences. It ...

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  25. THE CALL-UP

    A call-up will be made to-day as follows:— Horses and Drays.—Those registered owners of horses and drays residing within the districts of Auburn, Burwood, Concord, and ...

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  26. OBITUARY.

    The funeral of Mr John McMahon, chairman of the A.J.C. stipendiary stewards, took place yesterday. The last rites in the Church of England cemetery at Rookwood were ...

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  27. MACLEAY COUNCIL ECONOMIES.

    The Macleay Shire Council's financial position is serious. After long discussion, it was decided to give a month's notice to the assistant engineer, and accept the offer of the ...

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  28. ANTI-EVICTION.

    An anti-eviction meeting at the Newcastle Trades Hall to-night demanded an amendment of the Landlord and Tenant Act and of the Moratorium Act to prevent the possibility of ...

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  29. INDEX.

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  30. DEATH OF MR. M. J. SECKOLD.

    The death has occurred of Mr. Michael John Seckold, of Summerville, Lake Albert, at the age of 76. He was one of the eldest residents of the district. He had been a champion ...

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  31. RENTS NOT PAID.

    The manager of the Government Labour Exchange (Mr. C. J. Bellemore) said last night that no money was paid by way of rent to the unemployed by the Government. ...

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  32. MR. CECIL HORDERN.

    The funeral of the late Mr. Cecil Hordern, a member of the Sydney Stock Exchange, took place yesterday. Rev. W. Newby-Fraser officiated at a service at St John's Church. ...

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  33. ELDER'S GENEROUS ACTION.

    To mark the occupancy of the ministry of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church by the Rev. J. B. Rentoul, one of the oldest members of the congregation said that he was willing to ...

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  34. MUNICIPAL FRANCHISE.

    Contending that the policy of giving votes at municipal elections to inmates of benevolent institutions is suicidal and tragically wrong Alderman Gollan moved, at the last meeting ...

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  35. SONG RECITAL.

    Madame Patty Mitchell, from the studio of Madame Goossens-Viceroy, gave a recital at the Conservatorium last night, and was warmly greeted by an audience which almost ...

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  36. THE RANGATIRA.

    Details which have just reached Sydney regarding the new turbo-electric liner Rangatira, recently completed by Vickers-Armstrong, Ltd., Barrow-in-Furness, for the ...

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  37. NONAGENARIANS DEATH.

    The death took place at his residence at Berry, on Sunday night, of Mr William Bennett, at the age of 95 years. He was born in Sydney on the present site of Tooth's Brewery, ...

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  38. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

    When the Legislative Council met, the Vice-President of the Executive Council (M[?] Concannon) moved the second reading of the Local Government (Amendment) Bill, ...

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  39. ADVERTISEMENTS.

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  40. WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    Since the announcement was made of the proposed transfer of the State Savings Bank to the Commonwealth there have been rumours a lack of cohesion in the Cabinet. The ...

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  41. MR. HOWARD CARR.

    Mr. Howard Carr, acting-conductor of the Sydney Philharmonic Society, was tendered a welcome by Mr. Alfred Wunderlich, vice-president of the society, last night. Mr. T ...

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  42. PETROL AND OIL.

    Tanks to receive petrol in bulk are at present being erected on the foreshores of Rozelle Bay by the Petroleum Co. of Australia. Ltd. whose shareholders are local petrol ...

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  43. REV. F. J. CURWOOD.

    The death occurred in Sydney yesterday of the Rev. Francis James Curwood, aged 75 of the Methodist ministry. He was the eldest son of Mr. Nicholas Curwood, and was born ...

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  44. COMMUNIST PROPAGANDA.

    Officials of the Postmaster-General's Department intend to investigate the circumstances in which Communist prooaganda was broadcasted by station [?]KZ last night. The ...

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  45. TO-DAY.

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  46. KINGSFORD SMITH.

    Air Commodore Kingsford Smith will, at the Mascot aerodrome to-day and to-morrow try out the new aeroplane in which he propose to make the flight to England and back. ...

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  47. REV. FATHER T. CLAFFEY.

    The Rev. Father Thomas Claftey, S.J., died at Loyola, Greenwich yesterday, at the age of 78 years. Father Claffey was born in County Meath. ...

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  48. THEFT OF METAL.

    Claude Angelo, railways employee, was charged at the Williamstown Court to-day with having stolen metal valued at 28/ from the railways reclamation depot at Spotswood. ...

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  49. GOLD FIND REPORTED.

    The report of a rich gold strike has been received from Sunny Corner. W[?] Wakeman states that he has discovered a rich reef at Black Butt Mountain, four miles beyond ...

    Article : 73 words
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