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  2. INTERNATIONAL AMITY.

    "Sport is the best way to get friendship between the nations," said Dr. Otto Peltzer, the crack German athlete, at Hawkesbury College yesterday. ...

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  3. COUNTRY NEWS. GOODS TRAIN ALIGHT.

    Three trucks on the express goods train while passing Fish River were found to be alight. One van was practically destroyed It contained furniture. An open truck of ...

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  4. HAROLD OSBORNE. Why Visit Was Cancelled.

    A representative of the Australian Press Association at Champaign interviewed Harold Osborne, the American athlete, who was to have visited Australia. Osborne stated: "My ...

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  5. SAFETY MEN

    The combined mining unions' conference yesterday decided on the immediate withdrawal of the safety men from the associated pits on the northern coalfields, now idle. The ...

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  6. SHIELD CRICKET.

    At the Sydney Cricket Ground to-day the Sheffield Shield match between New South Wales and South Australia will begin This will be the second time the States have met ...

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  7. TIRRANNA.

    Seventy-five years ago the settlers in and around the Goulburn district decided to hold a picnic race meeting. By passing round the hat they secured the prize money— ...

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  8. CITY VALUATIONS.

    According to a complete statement, prepared by the City Commissioners, the unimproved capital values of city property in the 13 wards have increased by more than ...

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  9. OBITUARY. MR. C. L. GARLAND.

    Mr. Charles L. Garland, a former member of the Legislative Assembly, and a pioneer of the Australian mining industry, died at Sydney Hospital on Tuesday evening. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  10. EXPERIENCED MEN.

    The Mines Department is recruiting experienced men for work in the coal mines in New South Wales. This is being done at the request of the New South Wales Minister for ...

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  11. ELDERLY FARMER INJURED.

    Mr. M. Quinn, 76 years, of Stonequarry, while loading hay slipped and fell, dislocating his hip. After being treated by the local doctor, it was found necessary to send ...

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  12. PARLIAMENTARY REFORM.

    Mr. Peter Loughlin and Mr. Dwyer addressed a large meeting here on Monday night in the interests of the Parliamentary Reform Movement. A strong committee was ...

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  13. ANNIVERSARY DAY.

    The Australian Minister for Customs (Mr. Fenton) and the ex-Prime Minister of Australia (Mr. Bruce) have telegraphed accepting invitations to an Anniversary Day ...

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  14. SURFING ACCIDENT.

    While surfing at Yamba yesterday Charles I. Imeson, a well-known Grafton business man, dived into a breaker in shallow water and hit his head against hard sand. He ...

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  15. THE POLICE.

    In view of persistent rumours that a big procession, headed by a pipers' band, was to be organised before the Kurri Kurri Police Court opened this morning, a large number ...

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  16. THE PILLIGA SCRUB.

    The Minister for Lands (Mr. Ball) intends to make a tour through Pilliga Scrub with a view to making 400,000 acres available for settlement. He will arrive at Wee Waa on ...

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  17. CRIMINALS.

    Victorian police officials are not alarmed by the arrival in Melbourne of well-known criminals who have been forced to leave New South Wales by the operation of the ...

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  18. COMMUNIST RIOT.

    It is reported from Berlin that a long procession of Communists at the funeral of a comrade murdered by Fascists carried a banner incsribed, "Vengeance for our murdered ...

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  19. WATER SUPPLY.

    As a result of the extensive amplification works which have been carried out during the past few months the Water Board is in the happy position of being able to provide ...

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  20. MR. BALDWIN.

    The "Daily Mail," in an attack on Mr. Baldwin, the Conservative leader, says: "Candidates who swallow Mr. Baldwin's record of mistakes at the next general election. ...

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  21. ROTHBURY.

    Conditions in the Rothbury camp are steadily improving. The erection of the shower baths was completed yesterday. They contain over 30 showers, both hot and cold. The ...

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  22. MORE RAIN.

    During the 24 hours ended at 9 a.m. to-day further heavy rain was recorded in tropical coast divisions, and was again very heavy between Cooktown and Cardwell. ...

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  23. MR. W. J. ROPER.

    Mr. W. J. Roper, Under-Secretary for Lands, who has reached the retiring age, was given a farewell by members of the Lands Department yesterday. ...

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  24. DUKE OF RICHMOND.

    The Duke of Richmond and Gordon, complaining that he is harassed by tax collectors, and menaced by death duties, while the produce of his land is less profitable every year, ...

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  25. MR. G. W. BAGNELL.

    The death occurred at his home at Chatswood yesterday morning, after an illness of two months' duration of Mr. George William Bagnell, comptroller of stores to the Water ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  26. MR. BLAKELEY.

    The Minister for Home Affairs (Mr. Blakeley) last night explained to delegates at the Barrier district assembly the attitude of the Federal Government, the Australian Labour ...

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  27. BILLIARDS.

    Walter Lindrum (in play) has scored 6188 (including breaks of 226, 812, and 1202) against Leigh (allowed 6000), 7985. McCONACHY V SMITH. ...

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  28. HEAT WAVE.

    Many places in New South Wales, Victoria, and South Australia, reported temperatures exceeding 100 degrees yesterday. In this State the highest registrations were Bourke ...

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  29. FLYING-OFFICER RYAN.

    The funeral of Flylng-Officer Leo Joseph Ryan, who died following injuries he received when his aeroplane crashed at Laverton (Victoria) on Sunday, will take place this ...

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  30. MINERS' FEDERATION.

    The results of the Northern Miners' Federation ballot were announced to-day by the returning officer (Mr. Halliday). Mr Hoare and Mr. D. McNeill retained ...

    Article : 181 words
  31. FAMOUS DETECTIVE.

    The death has occurred of Mr. Frank Frost, for many years a famous British detective. Thirty-five years ago he arrested in Argentina and brought to England Jabez Balfour, ...

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  32. SCOTTISH PICNIC.

    At a meeting of the United Scottish Societies in the Y.M.C.A. last night a committee was appointed to formulate arrangements for a picnic, to be held at The Avenue, Lane Cove, ...

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  33. ST. JAMES BUILDING.

    There was a large assemblage on the fifth floor of the new St. James Building last night for the opening ceremony, which was performed by the Chief Civic Commissioner ...

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  34. MURRAY RIVER IRRIGATION.

    The "Times," In a brief editorial on the Murray River commemoration, refers to the doubt as to whether it is advisable to carry out the irrigation scheme in its entirety, ...

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  35. MR. SCULLIN.

    The Prime Minister (Mr. Scullin), who has been resting at the seaside, returned to Melbourne to-day, and will be at his office tomorrow. He will spend the next few days ...

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  36. WESTERN MINERS.

    There is likely to be trouble at the Zig Zag colliery concerning the miners' claims for compensation for the alleged burning of their clothes in the bathhouse at the mine. The ...

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  37. INDEX. NEWS.

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  38. MR. H. G. JEFFERSON.

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  39. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    Lord Thomson, Secretary of State for Air, was flying from London to Paris this afternoon when the aeroplane was forced to land at Abbeville owing to fog. ...

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  40. PORTER KILLED.

    While crossing the railway lines between Nos. 19 and 20 platforms at Central Railway Station last night John Fry, aged 58 years, a parcels porter, was run down and killed by an ...

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  41. MT. LYELL WORKS.

    Following the satisfactory financial result of the year's mining operations, the board of directors of the Mt. Lyell works, Queenstown, allocated, prior to the Christmas holidays. ...

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  42. HEBBURN MINERS.

    A combined meeting of Hebburn Miners' Lodges this afternoon decided to resume picketing. A scheme of picketing is to be decided upon at a rank and file conference ...

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  43. ADVERTISEMENTS.

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  44. TO-DAY.

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  45. ROTHBURY COAL.

    In view of the High Court case, dealing With the validity or otherwise of the Beeby award, the Government is "marking time," and no steps will be taken to remove the ...

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  46. SISTERS DROWNED.

    While their mother, Mrs. R. Eberhard, of Robertstown, was an inmate of the Memorial Hospital with a baby girl two days old. Connie and Margaret Eberhard, aged 9 and 11 ...

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  47. MAN ARRESTED.

    While walking along George-street, city, late last night, Plainclothes Constables Orentz and Breen heard a crash, followed by the sound of falling glass. They ran in the direction ...

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  48. DERAILMENT.

    The special Railways Inquiry Board, which presented its report to-day concerning the derailment of the engine of the Sydney express and a yard engine and carriage at the ...

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  49. BIG SAVING.

    At a meeting of the Water Board yesterday, reference was made to the recent declaration ot the Industrial Commission in regard to the basic wage. ...

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  50. SOLDIERS' LEAGUE NEUTRAL.

    A request by the general president of the Miners' Federation (Mr. D. Rees), that the State council of the Returned Soldiers' League should allow one of the miners' ...

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  51. CAR OVERTURNS.

    After a long skid, a motor-car containing eight men overturned near Gisborne to-day. Ernest Rosenthal, 40, taxi-cab driver, of Thornbury, suffered a compound fracture of ...

    Article : 62 words
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