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  2. AUSTRALIAN WEATHER.

    {No abstract available} [ILLUSTRATED]

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 256 words
  3. FEDERAL SESSION.

    For the greater part of to-day's sittings consideration was given by the House of Representatives and the Senate to preference to returned soldiers, as reported in another column. ...

    Article : 752 words
  4. SHIPPING.

    Macumba, s, 2526 tons, Captain Upward, from Melbourne, 6.46 a.m. Macdonald, Hamilton, and Co., agents. Stirlingshire, m s, 6051 tons, Captain Mee, from ...

    Article : 100 words
  5. THE CONSTITUTION.

    "The view expressed by the Leader of the Opposition (Mr. Latham) in regard to the referendum proposals appears to me to offend against the plain meaning of the section, and ...

    Article : 439 words
  6. OBITUARY.

    Mrs. Mary Warren died at her home in Munroe-street, Berry's Bay, North Sydney, on Tuesday, aged 86. She was a native of Scotland, but came to Australia when only four ...

    Article : 139 words
  7. C.S.R. PROFITS.

    "Some people imagine that those concerned in the manufacture and refining of sugar receive undue profits. Actually we have a smaller return than before the war," said the ...

    Article : 519 words
  8. HOSPITAL SATURDAY.

    Owing to wet weather the Hospital Saturday collection which was to have been held yesterday was postponed until Friday next. "This is the third time only in 28 years ...

    Article : 136 words
  9. DEPARTURES.—May 2.

    Macedon, s, for Melbourne. 1.5 a.m. Taranaki, m s, for Townsville, via Newcastle, 7.10 a.m. Luciston s, for Adelaide, 9.10 a.m. ...

    Article : 116 words
  10. MR. G. L. ANDERSON.

    Mr. George Lockhart Anderson, of the Customs Department, died at Canterbury recently, after a short illness. He was 57 years of age, and entered the Customs Department as a ...

    Article : 156 words
  11. NAVY REDUCTIONS.

    Whilst all naval ranks are anxiously waiting for definite news of retrenchments, it is feared that the navy will have to bear most of the reduction in expenditure on defence ...

    Article : 171 words
  12. PROJECTED DFPARTURES.— May 3.

    H.M.A.S. Success, destroyer, for Botany Bay. Tango Maru, J.M.S., for Yokohama, via ports. Laperouse, s, for Noumea and New Hebrides. Makambo, s, for New Hebrides, via Lord Howe ...

    Article : 98 words
  13. VESSELS DUE TO-DAY.

    Cephee, s, from Marseilles, via ports. (No. 5 wharf, Walsh Bay.) Golden Earle, s, from Pacific Coast ports. (No. 2 wharf, Circular Quay.) ...

    Article : 86 words
  14. METEOROLOGICAL REPORTS.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 1,316 words
  15. MRS. M. H. FETHERSTON.

    Mrs. Mary Helena Fetherston, who was matron of Callan Park when the institution was first opened as a hospital for women, died at her residence in Leichhardt recently at ...

    Article : 107 words
  16. OVERSEA VESSELS IN PORT.

    British Honour, m, tanker, Cockatoo Dock. Cabarita, s, Rose Bay. Calulu, s, Rose Bay. Canadian Commander, s, No. 4 wharf, Pyrmont. ...

    Article : 171 words
  17. DRUG TRADER.

    Margaret Lawler, who, after being described in court as the "brains" of a gang of cocaine peddlers, was convicted on Wednesday of having had cocaine in her possession, was found ...

    Article : 157 words
  18. MISS E. T. WILES.

    Miss E. T. Wiles, headmistress of Stratford Church of England School for Girls, who died recently at Lawson, was widely known in scholastic circles. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 182 words
  19. MR. SCULLIN.

    The Prime Minister (Mr. Scullin) had his first flight in an aeroplane this afternoon. Starting from the Canberra aerodrome in the Australian-made Lascondor monoplane, he ...

    Article : 196 words
  20. "ANZAC BRIDGE."

    That the Sydney Harbour Bridge should be called Anzac Bridge, and dedicated to the memory of the A.I.F., was the proposal introduced by Lieut.-Colonel A. W. Hyman before ...

    Article : 166 words
  21. CLEARANCES.—May 2.

    [?] s, 4119 tons, Captain Diamond, for Melbourne. Kowarra, s, 2125 tons, Captain Egan. Makura, s, 8075 tons, Captain MacDonald, for ...

    Article : 76 words
  22. LATEST MOVEMENTS.

    CANADIAN COMMANDER.—In continuation of her vojage from Halifax, the steamer Canadian Commander is to sail for Melbourne and Adelaide at 7 a.m. to-day from No. 4 wharf, Pyrmont. ...

    Article : 951 words
  23. ALLEGED SWINDLER.

    Recently the Commissioner of Police (Mr. Childs) detailed Detectives Morgan and Alford to inquire into the operations in Sydney of a man who had obtained thousands of pounds ...

    Article : 142 words
  24. MISS. M. M. SIMPSON.

    On the occasion of her retirement from the seivlce of the Education Department, Miss M. M. Simpson was farewelled by a large gathering of teachers at the Waldorf, in ...

    Article : 164 words
  25. WARRANT ISSUED.

    A warrant has been issued for the arrest of William Crittenden, salesman, who has been declared a bankrupt. Crittenden's last address was given as the Federal Hotel, ...

    Article : 160 words
  26. THE SENATE.

    In the Senate Sir William Glasgow moved the suspension of the business to debate the Government's action in reducing the preference so far granted to returned soldiers. A ...

    Article : 53 words
  27. MANSLAUGHTER CHARGE.

    Ernest Hamilton Dolphin Campbell was to-day sentenced by Mr. Justice Halse Rogers at the Criminal Court sittings at Armidale, to seven years' imprisonment on a charge of ...

    Article : 104 words
  28. QUEEN'S JUBILEE FUND.

    Her Excellency Lady Stonehaven presided yesterday afternoon at the 41st annual meeting of the Queen's Jubilee Fund, held in the boardroom of the Colonial Sugar Refining ...

    Article : 546 words
  29. HEATED EXCHANGES.

    A declaration made in the House of Representatives this afternoon by Mr. Parkhill (N.S.W.) that he had been unfairly treated by the Chair was responsible for heated ...

    Article : 564 words
  30. MISS F. M. E. MOORE.

    Advice was received by private cable in Sydney yesterday of the death in London of Miss Florence Maud Elizabeth Moore, who resided at Courtfleld Gardens. She was the ...

    Article : 68 words
  31. NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING.

    WELLINGTON (1239m).—Dep: May 2, Ulimaroa, s, noon, for Sydney; Port Fairy, m s, for London. AUCKLAND (1281m).—Dep: May 2, Waipahi, s, for Raratongo. ...

    Article : 28 words
  32. DESTRUCTIVE DINGO.

    A large dingo, which was later caught in a trap, recently killed 17 sheep, the property of Mr. J. G. Bell, of Brooklington Vale. The dingo evaded capture for several days, ...

    Article : 61 words
  33. BRITISH AND FOREIGN SHIPPING.

    At London: Port Denison, s, en route from Middlesbrough to Australian ports (left Middlesbrough Apill 26). At Suez: City of Wellington, s, en route from ...

    Article : 222 words
  34. MASTER PAINTERS.

    The annual conference of the Master Painters, Decorators, and Signwriters' Association of Australia concluded last night with a dinner at the rooms of David Jones, Ltd., when ...

    Article : 286 words
  35. RAILWAY FARES.

    Speaking last night at Stanhope, Mr. O'Hearn, M.L.A., made a strong protest against the high rates of fares charged on the railways. The imposition of a 33 1-3 per ...

    Article : 113 words
  36. MR. WILLIAM J. TURTON.

    Mr. William John Turton died at his residence in Stockton yesteiday, at the age of 74 years. He was a well-known engineer throughout New South Wales, and was the ...

    Article : 51 words
  37. PART-TIME WORKING.

    The agreement to provide for part-time work for moulders, boilermakers, and structural steel workers in the iron trades was endorsed in the Arbitration Court to-day. The ...

    Article : 66 words
  38. EARLY SYDNEY.

    Mrs. Mary Amelia Wingrove well remembers Sydney as it appeared in the '50's of last century. She is in her 95th year, and lives with her son at Euroka-street, Northbridge. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 325 words
  39. FATAL FALL.

    The man who fell 40 feet from the roof of Larkin's Hotel, George-street, city, on Thursday night, was identified yesterday as Thomas Quirk, aged 60 years, of Cowles-road, ...

    Article : 175 words
  40. IN TOUCH BY WIRELESS.

    The following vessels are expected to be in touch by wireless to-morrow:- With Sydney.—Aorangi, Lurwah, Canadian Commander, Grainton, Karetu, Karoola, Laperouse, ...

    Article : 172 words
  41. "JOURNEY'S END."

    The run of 17 weeks of "Journey's End," which began its Sydney season on January 4 at the Criterion, was concluded at that theatre last night. The moving events of Sherriff's ...

    Article : 119 words
  42. SAILING BY MAKAMBO.

    Following is a list of passengers by the steamer Makambo, due to sail from No. 10 wharf, Walsh Bay, at 9.30 a.m. t0-day for New Hebrides, via Lord Howe and Norfolk Islands.—Miss M. ...

    Article : 111 words
  43. SOLDIER SEEKS WORK.

    Despite the prevailing depression and financial stringency the well-springs of charity are still responsive to an unmistakable plea for assistance. ...

    Article : 166 words
  44. FEDERAL MINISTRY.

    The Prime Minister (Mr. Scullin), the Minister for Defence (Mr, Green), and the Minister for Home Affairs (Mr. Blakeley) will remain in Canberra at the week-end The ...

    Article : 108 words
  45. THE MAILS.

    Japan, Thursday Island, Manila, Davao, China, via Brisbane.—(Letters) 3 p.m. (Tango Maru). Noumea and New Hebrides.—9 a.m. (Laperouse). Nauru, via Adelaide.—3 p.m. (Astoria). ...

    Article : 316 words
  46. MALICIOUS PROSECUTION.

    After four days, the hearing concluded this afternoon, before Mr. Justice Stephen and a jury at the Maitland Circuit Court, of the case in which Patrick Joseph Alphonsus ...

    Article : 104 words
  47. BOOKINGS TO NAPLES.

    The Aberdeen and Commonwealth line has completed arrangements whereby passengers may book from Australia to Naples. They will disembark at Malta, and proceed to Naples via Syracuse, the ...

    Article : 64 words
  48. IRON AND COAL TRADE.

    Local coal trade prospects have brightened considerably during the week. Although 47 notees were issued to employees at the steelworks shaft colliery on Monday, these are ...

    Article : 188 words
  49. TELEGRAPHIC SHIPPING.

    BRISBANE (510m).—Arr: May 2, Mareeba, s, from Sydney; Eknaren, m s, from Bellingham; Ormiston, s, from Cairns; Mataram, s, from Sydney. Dep: May 2, Ormonde, R.M.S., for London. ...

    Article : 373 words
  50. POWER ALCOHOL.

    While he is abroad, Dr. A. C. D. Rivett, chief executive officer of the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, will make inquiries concerning the possibilities of ...

    Article : 157 words
  51. MOTOR ACCIDENTS.

    Michael Hefferman, 74, of Ocean-street, Woollahra, suffered a fractured right leg when he was struck by a car in Queen-street, Woollahra, yesterday. He was taken to St. ...

    Article : 139 words
  52. REMAND ON SERIOUS CHARGE.

    Rupert Clarence Moon, 40, a carpenter, was remanded till May 14 by Mr. McMahon, S.M., at the Burwood Court yesterday, on a charge of having assaulted a girl under the ...

    Article : 49 words
  53. BAN ON NEWSPAPERS LIFTED.

    The Management Board of the Western Miners' Federation has lifted the "black" ban on Sydney daily newspapers following the receipt of a letter from the Printing Industry ...

    Article : 88 words
  54. TRANSPORT BILL.

    The Minister for Local Government (Mr. Bruxner) will deliver an address on Monday, evening at the National Women's Club on the Transport Bill. ...

    Article : 26 words
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