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  2. COUNTRY NEWS. EDEN-MONARO ELECTORATE.

    Allegations have been made about the rolls used for Eden-Monaro. The northern boundary for 15 miles is an imaginary line mostly Sometimes it crosses the new railway line ...

    Article : 87 words
  3. MOTOR ACCIDENTS.

    Motor vehicles took heavy toll of human life at the week-end, accidents involving the deaths of seven persons and serious injury to ...

    Article : 935 words
  4. NARRABRI MURDER.

    Detective-sergeant F. Matthews, of the Criminal Investigation Bureau, on his arrival at Narrabri yesterday, paid a compliment to the police in the north-west. "They worked ...

    Article : 382 words
  5. GENERAL RAIN. S.A. AND EASTERN STATES.

    General rain has fallen in New South Wales. A thunderstorm which passed over the metropolitan area yesterday afternoon was notable for an exceptionally heavy fall of rain ...

    Article : 735 words
  6. NEW YORK 'CHANGE. Gloom Dispelled.

    Wall-street's gloom has been dispelled by a fresh advance of from one to 14 dollars a share in stocks, which went on absolutely unchecked by liquidation or short selling. ...

    Article : 139 words
  7. AIRSHIP FLIGHT. WITH MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT.

    Wretched weather to-day caused the postponement of the flight of 80 members of the House of Commons and 20 Peers in the R.101. There were strong winds and torrential rain, ...

    Article : 198 words
  8. VICTIMS OF GERRINGONG AIR FATALITY.

    LATE MR JESSE E. O'CONNOR (Pilot). LATE MR WILBERT N. BERG (Press Photographer). ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 18 words
  9. ACCIDENTS AT STEEL WORKS.

    Gonovo Passotti, an Italian, aged 35, was electrocuted at the Australian Iron and Steel Works at Cringila last night, when he carne into contact with electric wires that had ...

    Article : 86 words
  10. BUSINESS STABILITY.

    Confirming his confidence in the basic soundness and stability of the United States business structure, President Hoover announced a plan for a conference between ...

    Article : 211 words
  11. BOY DIES FROM GUNSHOT WOUND.

    Bruce Alexander, 9 years, died in the Kiama Hospital last night, as a result of a gunshot wound in the left breast. The boy had been out rabbiting with his brother, Max, aged 10. ...

    Article : 58 words
  12. SOUTH AFRICA.

    It transpires that the real purpose of the Government in having 350 native poll-tax defaulters arrested at Durban was to reassert the power of the law in a determined ...

    Article : 175 words
  13. SHARK-PROOF FENCE.

    It was officially estimated that 135,000 persons witnessed the inauguration of the Coogee shark-proof pier on Saturday afternoon. The great function was heralded by one of the ...

    Article : 877 words
  14. DEATH OF MR. D. HOGAN.

    Mr. Daniel Hogan, one of tne pioneers, is dead. He was bom in Tipperary 88 years ago. Mr. Hogan came to Glen Innes in 1862, and worked on Strathbogie station until 1876, ...

    Article : 90 words
  15. PARCELS POSTAGE.

    Revised parcels postage rates, which will increase the revenue of the Postal Department by several thousands of pounds annually, were announced on Saturday by the ...

    Article : 580 words
  16. WAGGA DRILL HALL.

    Efforts were made recently to induce the Defence Department to hand over the Wagga Drill Hall to the State Education Department for purposes of technical education. The hall ...

    Article : 76 words
  17. BOY LEAVES HOME.

    After wandering about the countryside for five day's, Arthur Parsonage, 13, of Ingham-street, Flvedock, who disappeared from his home on Monday last, was found at ...

    Article : 129 words
  18. TAMWORTH AMBULANCE.

    The committee of the Tamworth and District Ambulance has decided to invite Mr. J. T. Lang, leader of the State Labour party, and delegates to the A.L.P. Conference to be ...

    Article : 1,131 words
  19. UNEMPLOYMENT.

    The Government's new unemployment Insurance Bill, the text of which was issued to-day, increases the allowance to wives of unemployed men from 7/ to 9/ a week, and also ...

    Article : 211 words
  20. MOB STORMS BUILDING.

    A message from Lima, Peru, states that a mob of 2500 to-night stormed the Peruvian Football Federation's building, smashing the doors and windows, and attempting to set fire ...

    Article : 73 words
  21. ROMAN CATHOLIC SCHOOL AT PADDINGTON.

    The foundation-stone of a new school as an adjunct of St. Francis' Church was laid by Archbishop Kelly yesterday afternoon. Why should Catholics be so intent in the ...

    Article : 166 words
  22. SLAVERY.

    Lady Simon is publishing a book on slavery, which her husband, Sir John Simon, describes as an appeal to this generation to complete the work begun by Wilberforce and ...

    Article : 69 words
  23. ALIENS IN BUSINESS.

    The conference in Paris dealing with the treatment of aliens is considering placing foreigners on terms of complete equality, de jure and de facto, with nationals as regards ...

    Article : 325 words
  24. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    The Mining Association, an organisation of owners, has received an intimation from the president of the Board of Trade (Mr. W. Graham) that it is the intention of the ...

    Article : 383 words
  25. NEW ANGLICAN CHURCH.

    The foundation-stone of a new Anglican church building at Pitt Row, between Merrylands and Parramatta, was set on Saturday by Archdeacon Charlton, The Rev. S. M. ...

    Article : 76 words
  26. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    Monsoonal rains fell over portions of the north and north-west of South Australia during the week-end. The falls were rather patchy, and have come too late to benefit the ...

    Article : 78 words
  27. TWO FATAL SHOTS.

    Dorothy Brady, known ako as "Patsy," aged 26, and Stanley Sloan, about 24, were found dead in a house at Playtown last night. Each had been shot through the head with an ...

    Article : 198 words
  28. LATE SHIPPING.

    ADELAIDE (1004m).—Arr: Nov. 16. Oronany, R.M.S., from London. Dep: Alrich, s, for Continental ports; Clan Macdonald, m.s., for United Kingdom and Continent; Gera, s, Nonata, s, Oronsay, ...

    Article : 82 words
  29. GOVERNOR-GENERAL.

    Speaking on Saturday afternoon at the opening of a carnival at Concord to raise funds for the erection of a memorial club for exservice men, Mr. J. C. Eldridge, M.P., the ...

    Article : 648 words
  30. NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING.

    WESTPORT.—Nov. 17, Dep: Maristan, s, for Whyalla. ...

    Article : 10 words
  31. INDEX. NEWS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 179 words
  32. STORM VICTIMS.

    The bodies of the three children who were overwhelmed by storm waters during Thursday's storm, were recovered on Saturday. The body of Kevin Connor, 10, of ...

    Article : 181 words
  33. SAMOAN MANDATE.

    A message from Geneva says: "Invited by the Mandates Commission to supplement the Western Samoa report, Sir James Parr (High Commissioner for New Zealand) declared that ...

    Article : 224 words
  34. BOY DROWNED

    William Francis Jones (otherwise known as William Piitchard), aged 8 years, was drowned in a lagoon about two miles south of Merewether Beach this afternoon. ...

    Article : 252 words
  35. CROWN LAND SOLD.

    Despite counter-attractions in the vicinity there was a large attendance, including many young people, when Crown land, comprising 55 allotments in the first subdivision of the ...

    Article : 234 words
  36. FISH AT HUME WEIR.

    Since the waters of the Murray have been harnessed at Hume weir an enormous number of fish have accumulated at the foot of the weir spillway. Fish making up stream ...

    Article : 116 words
  37. ADVERTISEMENTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 218 words
  38. ROMA OIL BORE.

    The Roma Oil Blocks Co., N.L., advises that the Queensland Government's test of gas from the company's bore his given the following result:—Carbon dioxide, 4 per cent.; methane, ...

    Article : 140 words
  39. ROBBERY UNDER ARMS.

    At 10 o'clock on Saturday night two armed men with handkerchiefs over the lower portion of their faces, entered the sweet shop of Georee Etreiezls. Bank-street, and while one ...

    Article : 78 words
  40. INDIAN QUESTION.

    Following the recent Parliamentary debates, the Bombay Nationalist leaders carried a resolution favouring a boycott of the round-table conference, which, the Viceroy's declaration ...

    Article : 58 words
  41. FIRE AT WARREN.

    The Royal Hotel buildings were destroyed by fire this morning in addition to the hotel a shop occupied by W Cusaak tailor, and offices occupied by Saund[?]s and Son, ...

    Article : 101 words
  42. TO-DAY.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 159 words
  43. FALL UNDER TRAIN.

    Alfred Huggins, 42, of Copeland-road, Beecroft, had on extraordinary escape from death on Saturday night. While attempting to board a moving electric train at the Beecroft ...

    Article : 109 words
  44. PIGEON'S GREAT SPEED.

    What is claimed to be a world record speed for the distance was made by a pigeon flying in the Federation race, conducted by the Victorian Homing Association on Saturday from ...

    Article : 104 words
  45. FATHER FIGHTS SON.

    In a fight with his own fifteen-year-old son, a resident of Beauchamp-street, Punchbowl, received injuries to his head and right arm on Saturday afternoon, and was taken ...

    Article : 79 words
  46. SCHNEIDER CUP RACE.

    Asked the total cost of British participation in the Schneider Cup race, Mr. Montague, Parliamentary Under-Secretary for Air, said that the Air Ministry would spend at ...

    Article : 58 words
  47. MAN DROWNED IN DERWENT.

    While attempting to reach shore after having abandoned a dinghy partly filled with water, Herbert Vincent Wrathall, aged 22, a labourer, was drowned in the Derwent on ...

    Article : 42 words
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