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  2. Advertising

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    Advertising : 110 words
  3. TRAINING AT RANDWICK.

    Semi-final gallops for the first day of the A.J.C. Summer Meeting took place at Randwick yesterday morning, when trainers were allowed the use of the course proper for ...

    Article : 807 words
  4. SHEFFIELD SHIELD.

    With 88 runs on the board Queensland resumed its task of having to make 507 runs to in the Sheffield Shield match against Victoria. There is a possibility of the ...

    Article : 438 words
  5. TEACHERS' CLAIMS.

    In reply to its plaint in the Commonwealth Arbitration Court the School Teachers' Union has been notified that the Government intends to dispute the whole of its claims ...

    Article : 110 words
  6. BASIC WAGE.

    A preliminary sitting of the Full Benth of the Industrial Commission was held yesterday to give directions for the forthcoming inquiry into the non-rural living wage. The ...

    Article : 841 words
  7. HOURS INCREASE.

    Certain respondents in the jam-making industry asked for a variation in the awards affecting engineers with a view to providing for a 48-hour, instead of a 44-hour, week. ...

    Article : 384 words
  8. CRICKET.

    A splendid innings of 150 by G. Hogg, who played with New South Whales Colts against Queensland this year, was largely responsible for giving Sydney University an auspicious start in the first match since ...

    Article : 135 words
  9. FATAL FIRE.

    The proprietor of a fish and chip shop in Gunnedah, H. Watt, was fatally burned in a fire which occurred in his establishment. The fire was due to the explosion of a ...

    Article : 58 words
  10. A.R.C. FIXTURES.

    Following are the fixtures for the A.H.O. meetings in 1920:- January—2, Victoria park; 5, Ascot; 9, Kensington; 10, Ascot; 23, Rosebery, at Victoria Park; 30, Victoria ...

    Article : 240 words
  11. SYDNEY GRAMMAR SCHOOL.

    The Sydney Grammar School easily defeated Melbourne Grammar School in the annual match, which was completed yesterday. Sydney Grammar School, with six wickets down for 266, continued its innings. ...

    Article : 187 words
  12. COUNCIL ELECTIONS.

    A motion was carried by the Armidale City Council last night that the system of proportional representation, as used at the recent municipal election, was unsatisfactory and ...

    Article : 107 words
  13. REFLOATED.

    A cablegram received yesterday by the Sydney Marine Underwriters' Association advised that the British steamer Raisdale had been refloated with assistance, and was ...

    Article : 56 words
  14. OBITUARY.

    News has been received by Mr. Ernest Truman, city organist, in a cable message from London, of the death of his father, Mr. Edwin Phillip Truman, at the age of 84 years. ...

    Article : 129 words
  15. INCOME TAX.

    The Government Printer is engaged printing the supplementary income tax returns, rendered necessary by the Income Tax (Management) Act, 1928; 1,000,000 forms will be printed ...

    Article : 418 words
  16. MENANGLE PARK RACING CLUB.

    There was a large attendance at the Menangle races yesterday. The first passenger train left Sydney three minutes earlier than the time officially given in the race book, and caused much inconvenience. ...

    Article : 1,052 words
  17. BOY DROWNED.

    Albert Woodbury, 13, son of Mr. George Woodbury, was drowned yesterday when a canoe which he was paddling capsized. He was accompanied by another boy, who swam ...

    Article : 55 words
  18. REV. FATHER J. H. MORRIS.

    The Rev. Father Joseph Henry Morris, parish priest at St. Michael's Church, Hurstville, died in St, Vincent's private hospital on Sunday after an illness lasting for two ...

    Article : 134 words
  19. GAGGED AND BOUND.

    A domestic, aged 10, was found lying unconscious with her legs bound together and a handkerchief tied over her mouth in a lane at Parkside about 9 O'clock last night. At ...

    Article : 96 words
  20. RADIO EISTEDDFOD CONCERT.

    The Chief Civic Commissioner (Mr. Garlick) presented the prizes last night to successful competitors in the radio eisteddfod held recently by the New South Wales ...

    Article : 321 words
  21. GRAMMAR SCHOOL.

    The authorities of the Presbyterian Church have agreed to the recommendations of the provisional committee at Albury to purchase the Albury Grammnr School, conducted by ...

    Article : 57 words
  22. FOREIGNERS FIGHT.

    During an affray, in which several foreigners took part, at Meekatharra, Mick Bobanac, a Jugo-Slav, was shot in the back and legs. Tony Govorks was arrested on a charge of having ...

    Article : 42 words
  23. ALLEGED WAREHOUSE ROBBERY.

    Charles James, Alexander Jameson, and Arthur Robert Franklin, alias John Baldwin, were committed for trial to-day on a charge of having broken and entered the warehouse ...

    Article : 99 words
  24. SHOPLIFTERS.

    Shoplifters occupied most of the charge book and lost children on provided most of the interest at the Central Police Station yesterday. ...

    Article : 134 words
  25. TERRITORY SEAT.

    The progress results for the recent poll for the election of a non-voting member of the House of Representatives for the Northern Territory make the election of the retiring ...

    Article : 60 words
  26. MAYORAL ELECTIONS.

    TENTERFIELD.—Ald. R. L. Walker. ERSLINEVILLE.—Ald. T. J. English. ...

    Article : 14 words
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