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  2. POISON GAS.

    Replying to a question in the House of Commons, Mr. Lorker-Lampson, Foreign Under-Secretary, said that under the obligations assumed by the German Government ...

    Article : 184 words
  3. ARBITRATION.

    In the early hours or this morning the House of Representatives passed the Amending Conciliation and Arbitration Bill, the motion for the third rending being carried by 30 votes ...

    Article : 567 words
  4. FEDERAL SESSION.

    After an all-night s[?]ting, in which they dealt finally with the amending Conciliation and Arbitration Bill, members of the House of Representatives reassembled this ...

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  5. MR. H. M. COLLINS.

    Mr. Henry Michael Collins, who died with tragic suddenness in Collins-street yesterday, when he collapsed and fell to the pavement, spent the whole of his-working life, with ...

    Article : 327 words
  6. COUNTRY NEWS.

    The Wingecarribee Shire has accepted the electricity supply from the Public Works Department for the lighting of Bundanoon und Exeter, the Southern Portland Cement ...

    Article : 46 words
  7. AIRMEN CARRY CITY BY STORM.

    Still more tributes to their gallantry the people poured upon Captain Kingsford Smith and his companions yesterday. In huge crowds they waited about the streets to see the aviators, and followed them from engagement to engagement. ...

    Article : 106 words
  8. FALL INTO QUARRY.

    James Smith, aged 84 years, a resident of Goolmangar, fell over a quarry late in the afternoon, and lay helpless at the foot throughout a cold night. He was found by ...

    Article : 53 words
  9. DEATH OF MISS SUSAN HINDMARSH.

    The death occurred yesterday of Miss Susan Hindmarsh, aged 87 years. The deceased, who came to Dyraaba Station when a young girl was the first lady to cross the Richmond ...

    Article : 78 words
  10. TASMAN FLIGHT.

    Captain Kingsford Smith, at the Aero Club dinner last night, definitely announced that they intended within a month attempting a flight to New Zealand and back. He ...

    Article : 516 words
  11. STATE LUNCHEON.

    Enthusiasm marked the State luncheon accorded Captain Kingsford Smith and his companions by the New South Wales Government at the Hotel Australia yesterday. About 100 ...

    Article : 1,484 words
  12. SIXTIETH ANNIVERSARY OF WEDDING

    On Saturdy afternoon at Yarra, a few miles from Goulburn, Mr. and Mrs. James Bugg were entertained by a large gathering, of relative[?] and friends on the occasion of the ...

    Article : 222 words
  13. AIRMEN ACCLAIMED.

    On footpath, kerb, and roadway, window [?]ill and awning, post and fence thousands of city people had a splendid opportunity yesterday morning of obtaining a "close up" veiw of ...

    Article : 216 words
  14. SIR ALAN COBHAM.

    Sir Alan Cobham's 22,000 miles African flight terminated at Rochester its starting point, when he was welcomed at the Guildhall by the Mayor, officals ot the Air Ministry, ...

    Article : 183 words
  15. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    The Associated Board of the Royal Academy and Royal College of Music having hud its attention called to a recent article by Mr. Maurice Besly, referring to music in Australia, ...

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  16. KEMPSEY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.

    About 6O residents who met in the Mason[?] Hall decided to resuscitate the Chamber of Commerce. It was decided to call the new chamber the Kempsey and Macleay District ...

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  17. SOLDIERS' COT FUND.

    At the monthly meeting of the Mudgee Anza[?] and Armistice Association it was decided to present a returned soldiers' cot to the Mudgee District Hospital. A fund was opened for that ...

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  18. YOUTH KILLED.

    Darcy Burke, aged 19, whose parents reside at Mandurama, was killed by falling from rocks at Barryrienie, near Cowra. With a friend he was endeavouring to write his name ...

    Article : 65 words
  19. APPEAL DISMISSED.

    The Judicial Committee of the Privy Council has dismibbed the appeal-Gray v The Perpetual Trustee Company of New South Wales. This matter came originally before Mr. ...

    Article : 427 words
  20. AERO CLUB DINNER.

    An Aero Club dinner in honour of Captain Kingsford Smith and his colleagues, held at Farmer's last night, was the most representative function yet held by the club. ...

    Article : 1,299 words
  21. IN THE SENATE.

    The bill come before the Senate when that Chamber met this morning at 11 o'clock. Determined opposition was offered to it by the six Labour senators, and divisions were ...

    Article : 476 words
  22. REMARKABLE FAMILY.

    Mrs. Thomas Garland, of Redbournberry, Singleton, is one of 10 members of a family still living, remarkable for their ages. All were born in the Gresford district. The ...

    Article : 155 words
  23. PRESENTATION.

    At the Prince Edward Theatre yesterday afternoon the airmen were presented with a cheque for £100 and wireless sets. In a speech, Captain Kingsford Smith ...

    Article : 253 words
  24. DEATH OF DR. ROGER.

    A cable message received to-day announces the death in London of Dr. Roger, of Muswellbrook. Dr. and Mrs. Roger left here on March 28, on a trip to England, and expected ...

    Article : 455 words
  25. MISS TANGE'S RECITAL.

    Miss Beatrice Tange, who had already won applause here as a concert pianist before she visited Europe, confirmed in high degree these good impressions in last night's recital at the Conservatorium, the first ...

    Article : 319 words
  26. ARMED MAN.

    Actuated by jealousy, the police allege, a young man, armed with a revolver secreted himself in the bedroom of a young woman living at Mona Vale last night. His presence ...

    Article : 84 words
  27. VISIT TO CANBERRA.

    The official welcome to Captain Kingsford Smith and his party by the Commonwealth will take place at Canberra on Friday. It has been arranged that the two Americans, ...

    Article : 128 words
  28. MELBOURNE WOOL SALES.

    Wool sales were held in Melbourne to-day, catalogues totalling 10,000 bales. Offerings consisted chiefly of crutchings. Taking catalogues as a whole, outside of the above, there,was, but little wool ...

    Article : 98 words
  29. RACIAL HYGIENE.

    The Senate of the University of Sydney has decided to inform the Racial Hygiene Centre of New South Wales that it cannot approve of a proposal that all students should be ...

    Article : 37 words
  30. INDEX.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 175 words
  31. AN INTERESTING COMPARISON OF MOTOR AND HORSE POWER.

    One boiler was drawn by a team of 17 draught horses, and the other by a five ton motor truck and trailer. The motor travelled at a much greater speed than the horses. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  32. AT THE CENOTAPH.

    Messrs. Warner and Lyon yesterday continued the already established custom of distinguished visitors to Sydney when they placed a wreath on the Cenotaph, ...

    Article : 82 words
  33. GREAT CABBAGE.

    J. Parker, of Serpentine Creek, has growa wome remarkable c[?]bages on his farm. In a plot about half a chain square he has four varieties, all of which sprang from a packet ...

    Article : 86 words
  34. AT CRANBROOK SCHOOL.

    The announcement that Kingsford Smith and his companions had spared time from their many engagements to visit Cranbrook School yesterday afternoon brought a cheer ...

    Article : 149 words
  35. ADVERTISEMENTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 235 words
  36. TO-DAY.

    Her Majesty's: "Princess Charming," 2, 8. Criterton Theatre: "Thark," 2, 8. Theatre Royal: "The' Man Upstairs," 2.15, 8.15. Palace Theatre: "The Last Warning," 2, 8. ...

    Article : 151 words
  37. TO LEAVE THIS MORNING.

    Mechanics spent all day yesterday preparing the Southern Cross for the flight to Melbourne, on which Captnin Kingsford Smith and his companions will leave early this ...

    Article : 32 words
  38. LATE SHIPPING.

    ADELAIDE.—Arr: June 12, Kooringa, from Newcastle. ...

    Article : 11 words
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