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  2. CURRENT SPORT

    Dvr. W. E. Murphy, late race secretary of the A.A.A., who is now in Egypt with he Army Service Corps, finds himself [?]mong congenial spirits in the land of ...

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  3. CRIMES OF VIOLENCE

    Mrs. W. A. Hallett, aged thirty-eight years, and her daughter Mabel, aged eighteen, were tound dead in [?]ed at thier home, South Katoomba, Blue ...

    Article : 336 words
  4. FOREIGN GABLES

    A discussion has been running in certain Japanese newspapers concerning the value and durability of the Anglo-Japanese Ali[?]nce to japan. Some ...

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  5. GOLD EXPORT A War Precautions' Offence [?]OUNG CHINESE TRYING TO SMUGGLE.

    A young Chinese, Low Pon, was changed at the Melbourne District Court on Tuesday with having, in the time of war, attempted to export gold specie to the ...

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  6. LIQOUR PROBLEM

    Mr. Black, N.S.W. Chief Secretary, [?]ated on Tuesday night that Wednesday, [?]ne 7, had been de[?]ely decided upon [?]s the date for the taking of the ...

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  7. THE EMPIRE'S SONS

    Sir Rider Haggard, the well-known novelist, is in Sydney in connection with he investigations initiated by the Royal Colonial Institute in London, on the ...

    Article : 498 words
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  9. PROHIBITION IN RUSSIA.

    Mr. John Forsyth, of Kyde (N.S.W.)as received a letter, dated V[?]adivostock, [?]ebruary 6th, 1916, from his son, Mr. J. [?]. Forsyth, who has resided many years ...

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  10. A PANKHURST PROCESSION.

    There was a remarkable scene in Tra[?]algar Square on Sunday afternoon week, when a crowd, several thousands strong, awaited a procession of the Women's ...

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  11. THE EXPORT OF GOLD.

    The Commonwealth Treasurer, Mr. [?]ggs, has imposed an absolute embargo on the export of gold from the Commonwealth. Early in the month he ...

    Article : 113 words
  12. THE SOLDIER AND HIS MOUNT.

    Trooper Ted Hollingworth, of the Light Horse, is well known in Southern Queensland and Northern New South Wales as [?]n amateur rider. Among the horses he ...

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  13. A MELBOURNE HORROR.

    The alleged infatuation of a wife for mother man culminated on Monday in a ragedy at Park-street, West Melbourne, when Mrs. Esther Fondaberry was shot ...

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  14. TEACHERS WITH THE COLORS.

    Mr. Henderson, President of the Boards of Education, received a deputation in London, headed by Lord Sydenham, which urged the teaching of patriotism as on ...

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  15. GOLD JEWELLERY.

    The Commonwealth Treasurer (Mr. litres) stated on Thursday that a number of persons had been in the habit of [?]etting sovereigns from the Treasury ...

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  16. ROD. HEATH'S ACCIDENT.

    Flight-Lieutenant Rodney Heath, the well-known lawn tennis player, was recently injured while taking a new machina from England to France. Two ...

    Article : 78 words
  17. Industrial Unrest

    The members of the N.S.W. Pastry[?]ooks' union tarried their threat to cease work into effect on Tuesday night, and on Wednesday the day shift refused on ...

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  18. CITED AS CO-RESPONDENT.

    The body of Herbert James Partridge, a young man from Raymond Terrace, [?]as found in bed in a room at the [?]ople's Palace, Pitt-street, Sydney, on ...

    Article : 152 words
  19. THE PASSING OF THE PIONEERS

    B[?] ...

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  20. DEATH OF AN OLD-TIME CRICKETER.

    Mr. Thomas Horan, a well-known cricket identity, died in Melbourne on Sunday. He was born in Ireland in 1855, and came to Australia as a buy. He was, ...

    Article : 142 words
  21. NEW ZEALANDERS' FAREWELLED.

    Sir Thomas Mackenzie, High Commissioner for New Zealand, tendered a farewell to a hundred officers and men on their departure for New Zealand. ...

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  22. TRADE BOOMING.

    Australian trade continues to expand espite shipping difficulties. Customs returns issued on Saturday now that the imports for the ...

    Article : 107 words
  23. BRITISH SOLDIERS' CRAVES.

    The Official Press Bureau announces that the Government has appointed a Notional Committee to arrange for the permanent care of the British soldiers' graves ...

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  24. CANADA'S MAGNIFICENT SHARE.

    A report from Ottawa states that Canadian enlistments have reached 200,000. The casualties have totalled 43,700, and the cost of the war to date has been ...

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  25. D E A T H S E N T E N C E P A S S E D.

    At the Wagga Supreme Court, on Tuesday, Jacob Bachler was charged with the [?]rder of Nathaniel Gr[?]s, at Wagga, [?] March 8. ...

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  26. A NAVVY'S LUCK.

    Thomas Avenal, a navvy employed at he Tarana quarries, in the Bathurst district, drew Alco[?]et, the winner of the [?]arwick Farm Handicap, in Tattersall's ...

    Article : 35 words
  27. Misdemeanors

    Mr. Justice Harvey, in the Equity Court, Sydney, on Friday, delivered reserved judgement in the claim for [?] by the Mount Oxide Miners, Ltd., in ...

    Article : 397 words
  28. FEDERAL RAILWAY CONTROL.

    The acquisition by the Commonwealth of all railway at present controlled by the States was urged on the Minister for Home Affairs (Mr. O'Malley) by a ...

    Article : 135 words
  29. A SPIRITED GENERAL.

    At a stirring re[?]uiting meeting in Johannesburg, General Britis[?] offered to go to East Africa as a private. He would, he said, hand his uniform to any ...

    Article : 52 words
  30. "QUEERING" THE CLUB.

    At the Muswellbrook races on Wednesday week the committee came to a sudden decision to increase the admission money into the saddling paddock from seven ...

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  31. THE MEXICAN BANDITS.

    Further details of the encounter at Parral state that [?] of General Carranaza's soldiers participated, taking the part of the band[?] chief, Villa, and compelled the ...

    Article : 159 words
  32. INDUSTRIAL ARBITRATION.

    The N.S.W. Legislative Assembly had before it on Monday night the scheme propounded by the Minister for Labor and Industry for the amend[?] of the ...

    Article : 157 words
  33. MORE "CROOK" RACING.

    Thus a Queensland contemporary : "In the goat race at Clermont a black and while goat won a great race, but the judge discovered spirits of salts on the ...

    Article : 47 words
  34. THE CALENDAR.

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  35. A WALK-OVER LOST.

    It would appear impossible for a horse [?]o lose a walk-over race, but this actually occurred at the recent race meeting of the Gladstone and Lower Macleay Jockey ...

    Article : 113 words
  36. FIGHTING AT CANTON.

    Further fighting took place at Canton on Wednesday evening last. The revolutionaries attempted to land troops, but met with strong resistance. A number ...

    Article : 41 words
  37. WILLS AND PROBATES.

    Mr. John T[?] ...

    Article : 130 words
  38. THE WEATHER.

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  40. SPORT TABLOIDS.

    The Mana[?] (N.Z.) Racing Club has [?] ...

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  41. PECULIAR SHOOTING CASE.

    Jemima Jeffrey, a young unmarried [?]oman, appeared at the St. Kilda (Melbourne) police Court on a charge of having shot at Military Detective [?]ickerdick, ...

    Article : 210 words
  42. N.S.W. RIVER REPORTS.

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  43. ROBBERY AT LEETON.

    On Monday night T. Doyle, cashier at he Irrigation Trust office, at Leeton, was shot in the thigh by two men, who had gained admittance during his ...

    Article : 133 words
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  45. COUNTRY RACE MEETINGS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 68 words
  46. TUC[?]RAH PARK.

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  47. I L L I C I T S A L E O F L I Q U O R.

    Frederick A. A. Young, a grocer, and the holder of a spirit merchant's license, at premises in Mosman, Sydney, was arraigned on two separate charges at the ...

    Article : 102 words
  48. AN AUSTRALIAN'S SUICIDE.

    Warrant-officer Hardy, an Australian, hot himself at a West End hotel, London, and died in hospital. The cause of is act is at present unknown. Hardy ...

    Article : 93 words
  49. BATHURST.

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  50. PORTLAND.

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