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  2. STOLEN CAR.

    Information reached the St. Marys police last night that a motor car, believed to be identical with one reported stolen from Tamworth on Monday, and driven by a man ...

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  3. QUEENSLAND.

    Only four organisations—the Amalgamated Foodstuffs Union, the Queensland Police Union, the Institute of Marine and Power Engineers, and the Merchant Service ...

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  4. CONGREGATIONAL UNION.

    The half-yearly meetings of the Congregational Union of New South Wales commenced in Church House, Pitt-street, city, yesterday morning. The chairman (the Rev. S. ...

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  5. CITY ELECTIONS.

    The Civic Reform party launched its campaign at St. John's Hall. Darlinghurst, last night, when the selected candidates for Fitzroy Ward—Messrs. J. Jackson, M.L.A., Arthur ...

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  6. FURTHER RAIN.

    Some inland districts of New South Wales reported a continuance yesterday of the unsettled conditions which brought such bountiful rains at the week-end and on Monday ...

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  7. £3,101,637 DEFICIT.

    A statement of Commonwealth receipts and expenditure for the nine months ended March 31 shows that the transactions resulted in a deficit of £3,101,637. At the end of ...

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  8. STATE SESSION.

    The earlier portion of yesterday's sitting in the Legislative Assembly was devoted to a debate on a motion by Mr. Baddeley that a select committee should be appointed to ...

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  9. OBITUARY.

    Mr. Alfred R. West, whose death occurred at Waverley on Monday night, was a pioneer of the western district of New South Wales, and a member of one of the first families to pursue ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  10. RETURN FROM FURLOUGH.

    Captain P. S. Spain arilved in Sydney from England by the Largs Bay, en route to the Northern Gilbert Islands, where he holds the position of administrator ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  11. REMARKABLE STORY.

    On a charge of having attempted to bribe the police, Charlie Kee, a Chinese, aged 69, who described himself as of independent means, was committed for trial from the ...

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  12. ROUND AUSTRALIA.

    The three pilots, Messrs. F. K. Bardsley, R. Annabel, and K. Wedgwood, who last month flew their own 'planes round Australia, have recorded some interesting experiences, which ...

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  13. TIMBER WORKERS.

    The minutes of the proposed award to cover the south-west land division in the timber industry have been issued by the State Arbitration Court. They provide for a 48-hour ...

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  14. MAN DECAPITATED.

    Hundreds of passengers preparing to alight at the Central Railway Station were horrified yesterday morning to see the decapitated body of a man lying beside the railway tracks. ...

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  15. HOME MISSION SOCIETY.

    The seventy-fourth annual meeting of the Diocesan Festival of the Home Mission Society and the Mission Zone Fund of the Diocese of Sydney was held at the Town Hall last ...

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  16. RETURN FROM ABROAD.

    Sir Mark Sheldon returned to Sydney yesterday by the Maunganul, after visiting Great Britain and the United States. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  17. COMMUNIST PLATFORM.

    The Sydney district committee of the Communist party yesterday issued a statement denying that the party had nominated candidates for the City Council elections merely ...

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  18. MR. T. C. G. PANTON.

    Mr. Thomas Clement Goulburn Panton died at his residence, Lilianfels, Wolseley-strect, Haberfield, on Monday. His family has been established for over a century in Australia. ...

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  19. TOBACCO INDUSTRY.

    A new system of curing tobacco leaf, devised by Mr. W. Panlook, of Eurobin, Victoria, was reported on to-day by the director of Australian Tobacco Investigations (Mr. C. M. ...

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  20. RAIL MOTORS.

    Speaking at Coolangatta last night, the Queensland Commissioner for Railways (Mr. J. W. Davidson) said that Queensland was leading the other States in the use of rail ...

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  21. LABOUR REVOLT FAILS.

    The revolt of the Labour leagues against the action of the A.L.P. executive in selecting the candidates for the City Council elections has fizzled out. ...

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  22. MR. WILLIAM BONES.

    Mr William Bones, sen, of Eurunderee, via Mudgee, died recently at the age of 74 years He was one of the pioneers of the district Bom at Narrango in the Rylstone district, he ...

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  23. DEVELOPMENT OF FIJI.

    In opening the Legislative Council to-day, the Governor (Sir Murchison Fletcher) said that in 1929 the revenue was £678,000, and the expenditure £642,000 He favouied ...

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  24. POLICEMAN CHARGED.

    A policeman, Horace McMahon, was charged at the police court with having stolen a bank book from a woman named Annie Larkin who was in the custody of the police. ...

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  25. MURDER CHARGE.

    The Coroner to-day committed Edwin Bland for trial on a charge of having murdered Barakat Nejaim, a Syrian, who was shot outside his shop in Franklin-street on the night ...

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  26. TASMANIA.

    After discussing the disabilities of Tasmania before the Public Accounts Committee to-day, the Commonwealth Statistician (Mr. C. H. Wickens) said the verdict might be ...

    Article : 245 words
  27. DOCTOR'S DEATH.

    Stating that he would not be doing his duty to the public if he did not sentence the accused to a term of imprisonment, Mr. Justice Draper, in the Criminal Court to-day, ...

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  28. MR. GEO. J. PAINE.

    Mr. George James Paine, formerly an alderman of the Fairfield Council, died on Monday. Mr. Paine established one of the first ...

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  29. COALFIELD BUS SERVICES.

    The amount of litigation during the past 12 months over the control of motor bus services on the coalfields led Mr Reed, P.M., during the hearing of cases at the Cessnock ...

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  30. TOTALISATOR BILL.

    Owing to an amendment to the Totalisator Bill by the Legislative Council to-day, country racing clubs will be required to instal the totalisator. This will apply to all clubs whose ...

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  31. STATE ELECTIONS.

    More than 50 delegates attended the conference held here to select a candidate to oppose Mr. W. F. Dunn, the sitting Labour member for this electoratem. Mr. V. D. Cox ...

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  32. MR. D. F. REYNOLDS.

    The funeral of Mr. D. F. Reynolds of Glendarra Paterson, a noted breeder and sportsman took place at the South Head Cemetery yesterday. ...

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  33. WOMEN VOTERS.

    Delegates from all States except Queensland attended the third triennial conference of the Australian Federation of Women Voters, which opened to-day. Among the resolutions ...

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  34. CONSTABLE INSULTED.

    Muriel Harvey, wife of a local Communist, appeared before the Cessnock Court this morning, charged with using insulting words to Constable Boswell at a meeting organised ...

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  35. ROBBERY AT SEA.

    In response to a request by radio from the captain of the Union company's steamer Makura, water police met the vessel when she berthed at 8 a.m. yesterday. They were then ...

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  36. NEW GUINEA.

    It is expected that the actions of certain Cabinet Ministers in relation to the New Guinea mining leases will be reviewed at the Federal conference of the Australian Labour ...

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  37. MR. E. G. SCOTT.

    The death occurred recently at his residence Matai Pennant-avenue Ryde of Edward George Scott. For the past ten years Mr. Scott was the southern representative of ...

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  38. BRITISH EMPIRE ORDER.

    The Governor (Sir Murchison Fletcher) today presented to captain Edward Twentyman, the Harbourmaster of Suva the badge of the civil division as a member of the British ...

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  39. WIRELESS TELEPHONE

    The opening of a new link from Britain to Germany of the wireless telephone service was inaugurated at 3.30 a.m. yesterday, when the German Consul-General in Australia (Dr ...

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  40. GOVERNOR-GENERAL.

    The council of the New South Wales branch of the Royal Empire Society has sent a cable message to the London branch of the society, stating that it protests against any proposal ...

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  41. EXPLOSIVES STOLEN.

    Police believe that cracksmen were responsible for the theft of 33 sticks of gelignite and two coils of fuse wire from the Waterloo Brick Works in Botany-road, Waterloo. ...

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  42. STILL MISSING.

    No information has yet been received regarding the whereabouts of Mr. Joseph Robertson, an Albury business man, who left in his car over a fortnight ago. ...

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  43. COUNTRY SCHOOLS AND ECONOMY.

    It is reported that some of the country schools may suffer as a result of the Government's enforced economy campaign. It is understood that several of the half-time ...

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  44. CAR STRUCK BY BULLET.

    While motoring home from Bathurst, Mrs. Norburn, of the Courthouse Hotel, Dubbo, had an alarming experience. A bullet, apparently fired from the ...

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  45. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

    The Legislative Council resumed consideration of the Transport Bill, in the committee stage. Referring to the clause dealing with the ...

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  46. PASTOR'S CAR STOLEN.

    While visiting a sick parishioner in Orpington-street, Ashfield, on Monday night, Pastor J. J. Weller, of the Ashfield Baptist Tabernacle, left his motor car in front of the ...

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  47. CIVIC REFORM.

    Sir James Murdoch will address members of the National Club, Bligh-street, at luncheon on Monday nest, on civic reform and the city municipal elections. ...

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