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  2. COUNTRY NEWS. CHARGE OF FALSE REPRESENTATION.

    At the Grafton Police Court, before Mr. Carr Boyd, police magistrate, Ethlina Ward. a married woman, pleaded not guilty to a charge of having imposed upon Abraham ...

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  3. RAIN FORECASTED.

    Widespread rain, with some heavy falls, was predicted by the State Meteorologist (Mr. Mares) last night. Yesterday afternoon cloud extended over ...

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  4. THE UNIVERSITY.

    The Senate of the University of Sydney has made appointments to the three Bosch Chairs as follow:— Medicine: Charles George Lambie, M.C., ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. NEW GRETA MINE.

    The manager of New Greta colliery (Mr. Moon) stated to-night that negotiations which have been proceeding between the directors of Excelsior collieries and the northern ...

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  6. PRIMARY INDUSTRIES.

    When a recent rainstorm swept down from Queensland over a wide area of parched country in the west of New South Wales as far south as Wentworth a host of amateur ...

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  7. WEDDING OF THE PREMIER'S DAUGHTER.

    At the Queen's Club, where the reception was held. From the left: Mrs. Bavin, the bride (Mrs. Horn, formerly Miss Shirley Bavin), Commander J. S. Horn, the Premier, Miss Nancy Bavin, Mr. Dudley Hardy, Miss Valerie Bavin. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  8. CANBERRA HOTELS.

    Concerned at losses incurred in the running of the Federal Capital Commission hotels, which, it is estimated, amounted to £70,000 in the last financial year, the Federal ...

    Article : 122 words
  9. BULLI COUNCIL'S ATTITUDE.

    At the meeting of the Bulli Shire Council last night a letter was received forwarding a resolution carried at a large public meeting in Lithgow recording its emphatic protest ...

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  10. BALMAIN MINE.

    Officials of the Federated Englnedrivers' and Firemen's Association alleged yesterday that the names of their members who were on picket duty at the Balmain Colliery during ...

    Article : 140 words
  11. NEW FEDERAL LOAN.

    Preliminary supplies of the prospectus of the new Commonwealth loan, the terms of which were announced on Monday were made available in Canberra to-day. The prospectus sets ...

    Article : 235 words
  12. PRIME MINISTER.

    Speaking to delegates at the A.W.U. Convention yesterday the Prime Minister, (Mr. Scullin) declared that, as far as humanly possible, the Federal Government would carry ...

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  13. WERRIS CREEK ELECTRIC SUPPLY.

    A public inquiry before Mr. McGowen, Public Works Commissioner, was held at Werris Creek to-day to allow ratepayers of the urban council to register objections or give evidence ...

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  14. FOUND IN CREEK.

    After lying unconscious for 24 hours in nine inches of water, suffering from the effects of a fall down a steep embankment, and being attacked by swarms of mosquitoes. ...

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  15. WIDGEON II. DISASTER.

    In its report to the Minister for Defence (Mr. Green), the Air Accidents' Investigation Committee, advances no theory regarding the cause of the disaster of the flying boat ...

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  16. SOCIETY WEDDING.

    A wedding of much social interest took place yesterday afternoon at St. Mark's Church, Darling Point, when Miss Shirley Bavin, eldest daughter of the Premier of New South ...

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  17. MOTOR ACCIDENTS.

    Eric Keech, 19, of Pender-street, Preston, was killed, and Hazel Bryant, 18, of Raglanstreet, Preston, had a thigh fractured through being crushed by a motor car. Keech and ...

    Article : 101 words
  18. FINED FOR KILLING SHEEP.

    At the Moree Police Court to-day, before Mr. Loftus, P.M., Alexander Macpherson was fined £5, with £2/1/8 costs, for killing a sheep, the property of J. S. Robertson, at ...

    Article : 165 words
  19. SYDNEY GRAMMAR SCHOOL.

    Competition this year for Sydney Grammar School exhibitions and scholarships was much keener than previously, and the award more difficult. ...

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  20. BABY DROWNED IN BATH.

    Tragedy overwhelmed a Woollahra mother yesterday, when at her home in Grosvenorstreet her 13-months-old baby girl was drowned. ...

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  21. BROTHERS FINED.

    Two members of the firm of Messrs. J. and E. L. Rees, builders, of Brisbane, were charged to-day with having made a false income tax return in respect to the firm and false ...

    Article : 260 words
  22. GOULBURN QUARTER SESSIONS.

    At the Goulburn Quarter Sessions to-day, before Judge Coyle, Roy Thomas While was sentenced to 12 months' imprisonment for having broken a bond to be of good behaviour ...

    Article : 216 words
  23. EXPLOSION AT KOGARAH.

    A loud explosion occurred at the rear of a house in Robertson-street, West Kogarah, shortly after 9 o'clock last night, and caused alarm amongst nearby residents and the ...

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  24. HOBART REGATTA.

    Under ideal weather conditions, the 92nd Hobart Regatta was celebrated to-day in the presence of a record crowd. The regatta was notable for the attendance of three Vice-regal ...

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  25. UNITED INTERCESSORY SERVICE.

    The Rev. S. Varcoe Cocks will deliver a farewell message in the basement of the Town Hall to-day, at 2.20 p.m. This will be his last public appearance before sailing for England ...

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  26. STORY OF ASSAULT.

    "Murder; come quickly; murder.".... These alarming words, screamed by a woman from the fourth floor of a building in Sussexstreet, city, attracted the attention of a police ...

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  27. RAMSGATE SUICIDE.

    Sans Souci police have identified the man found dead in an empty house in Ramsgate on Monday as William Benjamin Miller, 37 vears, of Chuter-avenue, Ramsgate. ...

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  28. MAN FALLS FROM TRUCK.

    A four-ton truck loaded with chaff was on its way to Miller's sawmills with three men on board. Two of the men were riding oa the chaff. One of them, in attempting to ...

    Article : 71 words
  29. INDEX. NEWS.

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  30. DEATH OF MR. P. C. LARKIN.

    The death is announced of Mr. Peter Charles Larkin, High Commissioner in London for Canada, at the age of 73 years. It is stated in Ottawa that Mr. Vincent ...

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  31. YOUNG SELECTION BALLOT.

    The local Labour League has received the following telegram from Mr. J. B. Martin, the D.R.O. of the Labour League: "You are directed to forward me immediately at head ...

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  32. TEACHERS' FEDERATION.

    "The president of the Teachers' Federation," said the Minister for Education (Mr. Drummond) last night, "replies to my criticism by repeating statements which he and his ...

    Article : 228 words
  33. ENGINE DERAILED.

    A locomotive engine drawing 59 empty trucks fouled the safety points on the shunting line at Bassendean, near Perth, last night. The engine left the rails and ploughed deeply ...

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  34. MURRAY VALLEY AERIAL SERVICE.

    To celebrate the opening of the [?] Valley aerial service, an Aviation Day was held here to-day, and the town was specially decorated. The first aeroplane to [?] ...

    Article : 265 words
  35. METHODISTS.

    The annual meeting of the Methodist Board of Missions began in the Conference Hall, Castlereagh-street, yesterday afternoon. The president-general, the Rev. F. Lade, M.A., of ...

    Article : 400 words
  36. ADVERTISEMENTS.

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  37. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    The Prime Minister (Mr. MacDonald) was asked in the House of Commons whether he would introduce immediate legislation to stop dumping of food products in this country ...

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  38. ROBBERIES.

    With the discovery yesterday of stolen goods worth more than £100, the police believe that a daring robbery from a house in Haberfield in 1927, and several robberies from ...

    Article : 253 words
  39. MILITIA UNIFORMS.

    The Minister for Defence (Mr. Green) today refuted a report from Adelaide that the "scrapping" of 62,000 old pattern militia uniforms and the manufacture of new ones would ...

    Article : 219 words
  40. OIL LAMP EXPLODES.

    A serious burning accident occurred at The Rock, as the result of a kerosene lamp exploding. C. Christie, who is in charge of Mr. N. ...

    Article : 136 words
  41. THE PARCELS OFFICE.

    The exasperating parcels post office at Central-square has often been the subject of heated protest, and yesterday Mr. D. T. Board in his presidential address at the annual ...

    Article : 138 words
  42. TO-DAY.

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  43. MISS PEARL JARVIS.

    It was reported at the Manly Cottage Hospital yesterday that the condition of Miss Pearl Jarvis, who had been found in a semiconscious condition on Bellevue-street on ...

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  44. P. AND O. STEAMERS.

    The P. and O. Company has decided to make Brisbane the terminal port of call for its steameis in Australia, and vessels of this line will visit Brisbane on alternate weeks with the ...

    Article : 133 words
  45. NEW PASTORAL AWARD.

    A meeting of cooks and woolpressers at Longreach this morning decided by 28 votes to 12 that trom February 1 cooks should be Dald 12/ a day This was the rate paid ...

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  46. TANKER ON FIRE.

    Cable advice was received by the Sydney Marine Underwriters' Association yesterday that a fire had broken out on board the tank steamer Anatina while the vessel was ...

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  47. FIRE AT JOINERY WORKS.

    Mr. S. Fox's joinery works at the corner of Liverpool-road and Stacey-street, Bankstown, were destroyed by fire early this morning. The flames spread rapidly, fed by the ...

    Article : 76 words
  48. NATURALIST SOCIETY.

    At a meeting of the Naturalist Society a New South Wales last evening the president (Mr. David G Stead) gave a short address in the course of which he said that of the ...

    Article : 92 words
  49. SPIT BRIDGE TOLLS.

    The North Sydney Municipal Council has refused to co-operate with the Mosman Municipal Council in the movement for the abolition of the Salt, Bridge tolls ...

    Article : 30 words
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