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  2. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN ELECTIONS. Results in Detail.

    The following are the detailed results of the South Australian elections, which were held yesterday. The count is not complete, the figures shown being as at ...

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  3. ANNIVERSARY. SECOND PERIOD.

    During the week-end workmen began the task of replacing the decorations in Sydney streets for the second period of the Anniversary celebrations. This ...

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  4. THE CHURCHES. GOULBURN DIOCESE.

    The Goulburn Diocese of the Church of England is celebrating the 75th anniversary of its foundation, in conjunction with the Goulburn celebration ...

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  5. TWO CHILDREN PERISH IN BURNING COTTAGE.

    The charred ruins of the cottage in Clara Street, Tighes Hill, a suburb of Newcastle, in which two children were burned to death yesterday. On the right is shown the combined laundry and bathroom, in which the fire centred, and the concrete washtubs under which the children apparently crawled for shelter from the flames. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 175 words
  7. VIVID ELECTRICAL STORM.

    A day of sultry heat in Sydney on Saturday culminated soon after 6.30 p.m. in a violent storm, which lasted for more than two hours. ...

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  8. CARS OVERTURN.

    Narrow escapes from serious injury were experienced by Archbishop Mowll and Mrs. Mowll when their car skidded on loose gravel, swerved off the road, ...

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  9. OBITUARY. MRS. ELSIE MERRETT.

    The death occurred on March 12, at a private hospital at Mosman, after a brief illness, of Mrs. Elsie May Merrett, wife of the Metropolitan Meat Industry Commissioner, Mr. ...

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  10. NEW PLANE FOR AIR FORCE.

    The committee of the Eastlake Golf Club, on Saturday afternoon, adopted a plan by which the sporting bodies of Australia will be asked to assist the ...

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  11. FOUNDATION-STONE BLESSED.

    The Roman Catholic Coadjutor Archbishop of Sydney, Dr. N. T. Gilroy, at Epping yesterday solemnly blessed and laid the foundation-stone of a new church. "Our Lady, Help of ...

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  12. MR. THOMAS BROWN.

    The death occurred on Thursday at his home in Randwick of Mr. Thomas Brown, in his 92nd year. Mr. Brown, before his retirement, was a well-known grain and produce ...

    Article : 100 words
  13. AMBULANCE CHURCH PARADE.

    The annual Church parade of the Auburn division of the St. John Ambulance Brigade was held yesterday morning at the Auburn Baptist Church. The parade, which included ...

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  14. DANCING IN STREET AT TAMWORTH.

    The Tamworth, district's 150th Anniversary celebrations opened on Saturday night with a carnival in Main Street, where people danced to the music of bands. The town was ...

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  15. MR. FRANK H. DOWNER.

    The death occurred yesterday of Mr. Frank H. Downer, 74, a former prominent polo player and sportsman, and director of several companies. He had played polo for 43 years, ...

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  16. HOUSE OF ASSEMBLE.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 1,183 words
  17. UNITED THANKSGIVING SERVICE.

    Under the auspices of the New South Wales Council of Religious Education, the United Thanksgiving Service for Sunday schcol teachers past and present, leaders and ...

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  18. TO-DAY'S EVENTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 38 words
  19. MR. W. R. MUNRO.

    The death occurred on Tuesday of Mr. William Ranald Munro from injuries received in an accident at Moree. Mr. Munro managed Whyenbah Station, ...

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  20. MAN WOUNDED.

    While on duty near some poultry farms at Oxford Falls, in French's Forest, early on Saturday morning, members of a squad of police saw a man run into the bush. ...

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  21. GOSPEL MARCH.

    After having been on the road for 14 days, during which they visited more than 600 homes, and held many wayside meetings, the Open Air Campaigners completed their route ...

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  22. JAPAN AND WAR.

    Mr. K. Miyake, Japanese Vice-Consul in Sydney, said last night that the newly passed Japanese Mobilisation Act, details of which have just reached Sydney, had been introduced ...

    Article : 278 words
  23. MAN BEST COOK.

    To the consternation of 30 women competitors in the Wentworthville branch of the Agricultural Bureau's annual flower show cookery section, a man won the prize for the ...

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  24. ALDERMAN R. G. KILGOUR.

    Alderman Robert G. Kilgour, who had'been a member of the Newcastle City Council for 28 years, died this afternoon. He was born at Cook's Hill, Newcastle, in 1867, and was a ...

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  25. HUMANE SUNDAY.

    "Humane Sunday," an annual fixture of the Royal, Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, was observed yesterday, when reference to its aims and objects was made ...

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  26. HISTORIC BUILDINGS.

    Mr. J. K. S. Houison, secretary of the Royal Australian Historical Society, at a Pleasant Sunday Afternoon, arranged by the Central Methodist Mission, at the Lyceum yesterday, ...

    Article : 252 words
  27. "WAYSIDE PULPIT."

    The new "wayside pulpit" installed at the Blakehurst Methodist Church was dedicated yesterday by the chairman of the South Sydney Methodist District, the Rev. H. S. ...

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  28. CHORAL ADJUDICATOR.

    MR. STANLEY OLIVER, who has been appointed sole adjudicator in the interstate choral championship at the City of Sydney Eisteddfod, which will ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  29. FERRY SERVICE TO HUNTER'S HILL.

    The Mayor of Hunter's Hill, Alderman L. A. Meyers, said on Saturday, that if Sydney Ferries, Ltd., carried out its threat to discontinue the ferry service between 10 a.m. and 4 ...

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  30. HELPING THE POOR.

    A suggestion that the needs of the poor could be met by a universal self-denial scheme was made by Dr. T. D. Rees, president of the Australian Mission of the Church of Jesus ...

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  31. ANCIENT RED GUM.

    Set aside by the Wild Life Preservation Society of Australia, primarily for the preservation of a giant example of the Sydney redgum (Angophora lanceolata), the Angophora ...

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  32. FUNERAL OF MRS. C. M. KINGSFORD SMITH.

    A formation of three aeroplanes was provided by the Royal Aero Club to escort the funeral procession of Mrs. Catherine Mary Kingsford Smith, mother of the late Sir ...

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  33. N.Z. RETURNED SOLDIERS

    Following a conference to-day between Mr. J. Black, State secretary of the Returned Soldiers' League, and Alderman W. C. Grahame, Mayor of Gosford, it was decided to invite ...

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  34. SELF HELP ON LORD HOWE ISLAND.

    The residents of Lord Howe Island have raised £200 towards the construction of a cottage hospital, They have offered to erect the building with their own labour and the ...

    Article : 170 words
  35. DEFENCE LEAGUE ADVOCATED.

    The formation of a national defence league, with branches in every centre in the Commonwealth, to insist upon the compulsory training of all males between the ages of 18 and 35 ...

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  36. MAN STABBED.

    During a fracas outside the Italian Club, in Oxford Street, Darlinghurst, early yesterday morning, a man was stabbed in the leg and abdomen. ...

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  37. HORSE PARADE.

    As a reminder of the "Be Kind to Animals Week," which will be opened by the Lord Mayor at Farmer's Blaxland Galleries this afternoon, the R.S.P.C.A. arranged a ...

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  38. TRAIN SERVICE DISLOCATED.

    Fire broke out early on Saturday morning in the Meek's Road railway sub-station, near the Sydenham railway station. The fire was caused by the blowing of a fuse. ...

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  39. BRIDGE TOLL.

    Councils on the North Shore have agreed to co-operate with North Sydney Council in a combined deputation to the Premier, Mr. Stevens, to urge a reduction in the toll on ...

    Article : 99 words
  40. FATAL FALL INTO HOLD.

    George Spain, 67, of Roosevelt Street, North Coburg, was killed this morning when he fell 40ft into the hold of the Esperance Bay at Victoria Dock. ...

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  41. MAN'S BODY IN RIVER.

    The body of James Mateer, 68, an old age pensioner, was found floating in the Tweed River at Murwillumbah late this afternoon. It had a gash in the forehead, but the police ...

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