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  2. STATE SESSION.

    The Legislative Assembly yesterday resumed considerntion of the Estimates. Speaking on the vote of £1,694,341 for the Health Department, Mr. Kelly referred to ...

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  3. TYPICAL SUPERMARINE SOUTHAMPTON FLYING BOAT.

    TWO BOATS OF THIS TYPE BELONGING TO THE ROYAL AIR FORCE HAVE REACHED SINGAPORE, ON THEIR WAY TO AUSTRALIA. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  4. TURF SURPRISE.

    There was a surprise development in racing circles to-day, when it was learned that the association of Mr. Ben Chaffey, one of the most prominent sportsmen in the ...

    Article : 221 words
  5. THE WATERFRONT.

    The suggestion was made in union circles yesterday that the present unrest on the waterfront may result in the formation of a new maritime union, the membership of which ...

    Article : 161 words
  6. COUNTRY NEWS.

    The death has occurred of Mrs. Catherine Missen, at the ago of 82 years, who had resided in New England for 65 years, and was for half a century at Forest Farm. Bendemeer. ...

    Article : 55 words
  7. WAGGA AMBULANCE BRIGADE.

    The district ambulance committee has decided to build a new ambulance station at a cost of about £5000 on a site that has been purchased in Johnston-street. The ...

    Article : 53 words
  8. ARMIDALE ELECTRIC LIGHT.

    The Electric Supply Company has asked the City Council to agree to an extension of the franchise for ten years. The franchise provides that in four years the council may take ...

    Article : 86 words
  9. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

    A bill to amend the Real Property Act and validate certain registrations, and a bill to incorporate the executive of the Boy Scouts' Association of New South Wales, were ...

    Article : 1,191 words
  10. BOY MIGRATION.

    "Grotesque misrepresentation," was the description applied to-day by the Prime Minister (Mr. Bruce) to a report from London that tho Big Brother executive was amazed at the ...

    Article : 133 words
  11. BOMBALA CARNIVAL.

    The annual carnial in aid of the funds of the Bombala District Hospital was held yesterday There were large crowds at the sports held in the show grounds, and 600 were ...

    Article : 58 words
  12. MR. T. WALSH.

    Mr. J. Johnson, acting secretary of the Australian Seamen's Union, denying yesterday the statements of Mr. Tom Walsh that the Johnson faction was endeavouring to ostracise ...

    Article : 173 words
  13. HYGIENIC MILK.

    The efforts of the municipal council to-wards assuring a free from tubercle milk supply for the town has so impressed the Department of Agriculture that Mr. S. L. Black, of ...

    Article : 72 words
  14. NEWTOWN ROBBERY.

    A carefully planned robbery, believed to be the work of an organised gang, was successfully carried out at Newtown on Wednesday night. The premises of Sweet Bros., Lt., ...

    Article : 383 words
  15. POPULATION.

    Estimates of the population, as at December 31, 1927, of each municipality and shire in the State, have been completed by the Government Statistician (Mr. T. Waltes). ...

    Article : 199 words
  16. UNIVERSITY.

    Last night's performance of the University pageant and mask, "The Temple on the Hill," drew a crowded audience, including the Governor and Lady de Chair, to the ...

    Article : 733 words
  17. DEATHS OF ORANGE RESIDENTS.

    The death has occurred of Mrs. Mary Frances Doyle, an old resident of the Orange district, at the ago of 77 years. She was a native of the Tumut district, and is survived by her ...

    Article : 92 words
  18. FLOATED OFF REEF.

    The British steamer Hyacinthus, which went aground on a reef on Wednesday morning, two miles north of Goode Island Lighthouse, near Thursday Island, floated off unaided at ...

    Article : 212 words
  19. COUNTRY LANDING GROUNDS.

    Captain Leggatt, chief instructor of the Aera Club, has inspected the golf links with a view to ascertaining their suitability for a landing ground. He informed the municipal council ...

    Article : 91 words
  20. SEQUEL TO ARREST.

    The arrest of an aged man at Waverley late last night on a charge of drunkenness is expected to result in the clearing up of a number of recent robberies in the district. ...

    Article : 130 words
  21. A TENDER REFUSED.

    At the meeting of the hospital commitee the Works Department notified that Hampton and Son's tender had been accepted for the X-ray room at the hospital. This was ...

    Article : 78 words
  22. RIVERINA DEVELOPMENT LEAGUE.

    Mr. E. Cortis, who was recently appointed organiser for the Riverina Delevolpment League, returned to Wagga to-day from Melbourne, where he went to secure information ...

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  23. KILLED IN STREET.

    Mervyn Gordon Greentree, C years, was killed in Peel-street, to-night. He had been put to bed, and was last seen alive by his mother, but an hour later he was crossing ...

    Article : 70 words
  24. TRAGEDY AVERTED.

    A tragedy was averted at Matraville last night by the timely entry of a married woman into the room occupied by her brother. The woman found the young man suspended from ...

    Article : 81 words
  25. RED INTERNATIONAL.

    In a letter to the secretary of the Sydney Communist party, Mr. N. Jeffrey, who is representing the N.S.W. Labour Council at the fourth congress of the Red International of ...

    Article : 99 words
  26. THE SEAMEN.

    A special meeting of the Port Adelaiae branch of the Seamens' Union to-day was largely attended The members considered the Sydney branch's ...

    Article : 246 words
  27. DEATH OF DR. E. E. GRIFFITH.

    Dr. E. E. Griffith, of Oberon, died in a private hospital at Waverley last night, aged 72 years. He studied at Edinburgh and London before coming to Australia He practised ...

    Article : 61 words
  28. LATE SHIPPING.

    The steamer Gosfurd has re-entered the Hawkesbury River trade after undergoing repairs. The Gosford was damaged when she went Aground early last month. ...

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  29. BEAM SERVICE.

    It was learned to-day that the beam wireless service station between Australia and Canada had now successfully passed the test to demonstrate its capacity to handle a ...

    Article : 95 words
  30. TELEGRAPHIC.

    NEWCASTLE (62m).—Arr: May 10, Helen Nicoll, s Coolana, s, Gwydir, s, Caledon, s, Panternon, s, Abereea, s, from Sydney, Nimbin, m s, Boambee, s, Coomber, s, Coweanbah, s, from north, Yanka[?]s, ...

    Article : 119 words
  31. WHY THE EMUS THRIVED.

    Mrs G. A. Goodman, of Moree, was very proud of a fine pair of pet emus which came into her possession when they were very young The birds roamed about at their ...

    Article : 144 words
  32. SENATE COUNT.

    Mr. J. B. Martin, general returning officer for the Australian Labour party, replying yesterday to allegations that there had been many allegations of irregularities in regard to ...

    Article : 248 words
  33. INDEX.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 175 words
  34. CHASE AT PETERSHAM.

    The police are endeavouring to clear up a number of robberies, which have occurred recently from public telephone bureaux in the suburbs. ...

    Article : 130 words
  35. CAUGHT IN BELT.

    Charles Felsch, 17, had a remarkable experience whon, in lending over an engine beit which was in motion, his trousers became caught between the belt and the pulley ...

    Article : 61 words
  36. ATTACKED BY GANG.

    In order to escape further ill-treatment at the hands of a gang of six men, William Kingston, aged 35 years, of Berry-street, Auburn, leaped from a bridge at Ultimo late last night ...

    Article : 325 words
  37. MOTOR CAR STOLEN.

    Sim Broa.' Barage near Belmore bridge, West Maitland, was broken into last night, and a Dodge motor car stolen. The glass inside the window was broken, and the catch ...

    Article : 37 words
  38. PORT STEPHENS DEVELOPMENT.

    The question of the development of Port Stephens was referred to at a meeting of the Maitland Chamber of Commerce, when Mr. J. E. Sharpe stated that he had been informed ...

    Article : 98 words
  39. WANTED MAN.

    The search for Ernest Joseph Coffey, who, although reported to have been drowned at Bondi, is thought by the police to be still alive, is being vigorously carried on by a large ...

    Article : 157 words
  40. ADVERTISEMENTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 248 words
  41. HEBBURN NO. 1.

    Hebburn No. 1 colliery, which has been idle for three weeks, will resume operations to-morrow. ...

    Article : 26 words
  42. BILLIARDS.

    Clark, McConncliy, the New Zealand hilliards chain pion, made a wonderful recovery yesterday in his match with Walter Lindrum, and when play [?]ased last night he was leading the young Australian by ...

    Article : 330 words
  43. KURRI KURRI EISTEDDFOD. I

    The eisteddfod was continued last night. Prize-winners were:- Mule Quartette: H. Hocking, W. Esnouf, C. Warren, and W. Davies (Melbourne), 84 points, 1. Recitatien, ...

    Article : 485 words
  44. ENGINE CREW.

    The driver and fireman of a coal train which got out of control on the branch railway line from St. Hellers colliery, near Muswellbrook, on Wednesday evening, were ...

    Article : 229 words
  45. LABOUR CANDIDATE.

    The Labour party's endorsement of the candidature of Mr. C. W. Hammond for the Metropolitan Suburban Province at the Legislative Council election on May 12 was withdrawn ...

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  46. TO-DAY.

    Criterion Theatre: "The High Road," 8. Her Majesty's: "Rose Marie," 7.50. Theatre Royal: "Rookery Nook," 8. Palace Theatre: "Whispering "Wires," 8.15. ...

    Article : 175 words
  47. RINGS STOLEN.

    Inquiries are being made by detectives concerning the disappearance of a tray, containing five or six diamond rings, valued in all at £100, from the window of Sandoz and ...

    Article : 141 words
  48. RAIN PREDICTED.

    Showers at Deniliquin, Tumut, and Tumbarumba yesterday are believed to presage, unsettled weather over the southern half of New South Wales. ...

    Article : 113 words
  49. KING ALPHONSO'S BIRTHDAY.

    The flag of the Spanish Vice-consulate will be flown on Thursday next, May 17, in honour of King Alphonso's birthday. No reception will be held. ...

    Article : 29 words
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