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  2. COUNTRY NEWS.

    A large congregation attended a service at St. Andrew's Church of England yesterday morning, when two memorial windows were unveiled and dedicated. One window was in ...

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  3. BOUNTIES.

    The sum of £528,638 was paid under the various bounty Acts for the year 1929-30, according to a return made available to-day. The iron and steel bounty took the greatest ...

    Article : 241 words
  4. WIDESPREAD RAIN.

    Rainfall was general over inland New South Wales. Victoria, South Australia, and Tusmania at the week-end. Falls were also recorded in southern Queensland. There ...

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  5. MOTOR ACCIDENTS.

    Stanley Forbes, 5, of Henry-street, West Kogarah, received lacerations and probably a fracture of the skull yesterday when he was knocked down by a motor car in ...

    Article : 149 words
  6. MURDER CHARGE.

    The trial of Arthur Skeritt, aged 48, on a charge of having at Fitzroy on June 6 murdered John Alfred Taylor, was begun before Mr. Justice Lowe in the Criminal Court ...

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  7. SALES TAX.

    When the House of Representatives met this afternoon the Prime Minister (Mr. Scullin) stated that he intended to-morrow to introduce the bills necessary to put into ...

    Article : 549 words
  8. FEDERAL SESSION.

    The Budget proposals of the Ministry were further criticised in the House of Representatives to-day. Mr. Latham's amendment to reduce the ...

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  9. MEMORIAL GATES.

    An iron gate finished in bronze, erected at the entrance to Machattie Park as a memorial to the late Dr. Hugh Busby, was officially opened before a large gatheiing of ...

    Article : 54 words
  10. ELECTRIC LIGHT SUPPLY.

    Wallerawang was lighted by electricity for the first time on Saturday night. The ceremony was performed by the Minister for Local Government (Mr. Bruxner). Shire ...

    Article : 117 words
  11. DISTRESS RELIEF.

    The result of a drive for clothes and foodstuffs during the week-end by the municipality of Enfield Citizen's Relief Fund exceeded all expectations. Three rooms at the Enfield ...

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  12. RAILWAY ECONOMIES.

    "We must get rid of surplus men on pension, thereby relieving the situation. If they do not go that way it may be necessary for the Government to take the bull by the horns ...

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  13. UNEMPLOYMENT RELIEF.

    Cr. A. Croft (president) has reported to the Wyaldra Shire Council,that, together with Alderman A. Baldwin, he had collected £30 for the relief of local distress, most of which ...

    Article : 66 words
  14. MISSIONARY'S TOUR.

    Mr. K. Langford Smith, of Summer Hill, reached Sydney at the week-end, after a 3000-mile car Journey overland from the Roper River, in the far north of Australia, ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  15. UNION THEATRES.

    Speaking at the annual meeting of shareholders of'Union Theatres (Vic.), Ltd., to-day, the chairman (Mr. Stuart F. Doyle) referred to the taxation imposed on the company by ...

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  16. OLD MAN KILLED BY CAR.

    An old-age pensioner named D. McCarthy 87, who lived on Armidale-road, about a mile and a half from South Grafton, died in, Grafton Hospital from injuries received when ...

    Article : 94 words
  17. STATE WHEAT POOL.

    The proposal to establish a State compulsory wheat pool will be discussed at a special meeting of the Cabinet this morning. The Minister for Agriculture (Mr. Thorby) will submit a ...

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  18. COOLANGATTA MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS.

    The Coolangatta municipal elections, which were postponed from April last, in view of the abolition of the ward system, resulted In an overwhelming majority for the Combined ...

    Article : 150 words
  19. FERRY DELAY.

    Referring yesterday to the delay of the Lane Cove ferry steamer Lady Denman at Goat Island for more than nine hours during the heavy fog on Saturday night and Sunday ...

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  20. MAIMED SOLDIER.

    Frederick George Trice, returned soldier and war pensioner, who lost an eye and both his legs at the war, presented a pathetic spectacle when, on his stumps of legs, he hobbled into ...

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  21. NEW CHURCH DEDICATED.

    The dedication of St. Stephen's new Church of England, which was recently erected at a cost of £2231, took place on Saturday in the presence of a large gathering. The ceremony ...

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  22. SECESSION.

    The Minister for Customs (Mr. Fenton) expressed the opinion yesterday that the citizens of Western Australia were too lawabiding to considc seriously secession from ...

    Article : 396 words
  23. RAILWAY MODEL.

    The Governor (Sir Philip Game) opened the exhibition of the Kearney High-speed Railway at David Jones, Ltd., yesterday morning, in the presence of a large company, which ...

    Article : 146 words
  24. FEDERAL BILL.

    Speaking at Cootamundra regarding the policy of his Government regarding primary products, the Minister for Markets (Mr. Parker Moloney) said that the Senate ...

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  25. CONSTABLE PREVENTS SERIOUS FIRE.

    Soon after midnight on Saturday a fire broke out in the shop occupied by Mr. G. Orman, bootmaker, and £40 worth of damage was done to the stock. Damage to the building ...

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  26. AUSTRALIA-NEW ZEALAND TELEPHONE.

    Speaking at Napier, the Postmaster-General (Mr. J. B. Donald) assured his audience that the Australia-New Zealand telephone would be operating before the end of August. The ...

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  27. WINE AND BILLIARD SALOONS BURNT.

    The North Dorrigo Coffee Palace and Wine Saloon, a two-story wooden building, occupied by Mr. Lavender, and a billiard saloon adjoining, were destroyed by fire this morning. ...

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  28. LIVERPOOL TRAINING AREA.

    It is unlikely that the Federal Ministry will carry out the suggestion of the Minister for Customs (Mr. Fenton) that the Defence Department's training camp area at Liverpool ...

    Article : 109 words
  29. INDEX.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 201 words
  30. CAREER OF CRIME.

    With a record revealing 21 previous convictions, including theft, embezzlement, bigamy, wife and children desertion, false pretences, and stealing from a dwelling, ...

    Article : 83 words
  31. NEW SHIPS.

    A record of wireless transmission and reception was established by the molorship Thermopylae (6654 tons gross) the latest addition to Wilh Wilhelmscn's ...

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  32. PICTURE FILMS.

    A deputation from motion picture distributors of Australia, headed by Sir Victor Wilson, waited upon the Minister for Customs (Mr. Fenton) yesterday, to protest against ...

    Article : 430 words
  33. DESTROYED LETTER.

    Some time ago the Minister for Justice (Mr. Lee) requested the City Coroner (Mr. May) to furnish a report regarding a direction by the Coroner that a letter written by ...

    Article : 307 words
  34. CARS IN COLLISION.

    Occupants of cars driven by Mr. F. Turner and Mr. E..C. J. Marks had narrow escapes when their cars collided on a narrow hill roadway near Tumbulgum ferry. Mr. W. ...

    Article : 220 words
  35. EVOLUTION.

    On the motion of the Rev. S. P. Stewart, the Manning and Clarence Presbytery of the Free Presbyterian Church passed the following resolution:—"That this Presbytery, ...

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  36. "BONDS INDISSOLUBLE."

    The [?] Attorney-General (Mr. Brennan), speaking at the Unity Theatre last night, said that the union which Western Australia had embraced was indissoluble. He ...

    Article : 243 words
  37. ADVERTISEMENTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 248 words
  38. FIJI'S AIR MAIL.

    Last Monday will remain a red-letter day for Fiji, for on that day the first air mail was taken to Lautoka. the 'plane returninp via the north coast, thus encircling this island, ...

    Article : 140 words
  39. RATE EXEMPTIONS.

    A motion by Alderman Shannon at yesteerdays meeting of the City Council Finance Committee that rate notices should be sent to the Technical College was defeated alter ...

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  40. COUNCIL EMPLOYEES.

    In the course of his report on the health of the city for the month of June, the city health officer. Dr. Purdy, said yesterday in committee that City Council employees were ...

    Article : 124 words
  41. WOOL RESEARCH.

    A meeting of the Australian Sheep Breeders' Association to-night agreed to support the decision of the Federal Graziers' Council of Australia and the Australian Woolgrowers[?] ...

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  42. TO-DAY.

    Her Majesty's Theatre "Mr Cinders," 8. Criterion Theatre: "Little Accident," 8.15. Grand Opera House: "She Stoops to Conquer," 8. ...

    Article : 262 words
  43. SMALL ARMS FACTORY.

    The Federal Ministry has for some time been exploring the possibility of using the plant at the Lithgow Small Arms Factory to enable all the employees to be retained. As ...

    Article : 207 words
  44. BRUNETTE DOWNS.

    A trip of 4000 miles by motor car is an annual fixture for Mr James White of Edinglassie who once a year visits Brunette a property of 6000 square miles situated in ...

    Article : 188 words
  45. REPORTED ROBBERIES.

    There were numerous robbenes in the city and suburbs at the week-end. Thieves removed a sheet of galvanised iron to enter a store in Pyrmont Bridge-road. ...

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  46. STATIONMASTER KILLED.

    Junes McKeown nped about 60 years stationmaster at Branxholme, received fatal injuries this morning when an engine and five trucks pissed over him. ...

    Article : 92 words
  47. FLEET'S WINTER CRUISE.

    The active units of the Royal Australian Navy comprising the flagship, H.M.A.S. Australia, the seaplane-carrier, H.M.A.S. Albatross, and the destroyer Anzac, and ...

    Article : 111 words
  48. LATE SHIPPING.

    POINT ARCHER—Passed: JUuly 28. [?] Zeeland, sailing north; Oackworth, sailing north. CARIRNS.—Sailed: July 28, Manunda, for Melbourne. ...

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