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  2. COUNTRY NEWS.

    In a message from Albury, published in the "Herald" on Thursday, it was stated that in a civil action at the local court a verdict was given for the plaintiff in a case in which ...

    Article : 95 words
  3. CITY ENGINEER.

    After 35 years' of service with the City Enministration, during which time be rose from the position of an apprentice in the city surveyor's department to that of City Engineer, ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 425 words
  4. CANBERRA NEWS.

    Legal action is likely to be taken to test the decision of the Minister for Home and Territories (Sir Neville Howse), that leaseholders in the city and suburbs of ...

    Article : 739 words
  5. GENERAL CABLE NEWS

    Scotland Yard officers to-day discovered 56 revolvers and 10,000 rounds of ammunition secreted at London docks. It is believed that they were from Antwerp, and were ...

    Article : 385 words
  6. CHILDREN AT THE HAVILAH HOME WAHROONGA.

    Havilah Children's Home, Wahroonga, was purchased by the Church of England committee for homes and hostels in 1918, and was the outcome of a scheme ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 350 words
  7. FEDERAL SESSION.

    The House of Representatives was occupied for the greater part of to-day's sitting with the Wine Bounty Bill. Late in the afternoon consideration was ...

    Article : 769 words
  8. CAR OVERTURNS.

    A motor car, driven by Mr. A. Murphy, and occupied by a party travelling to a dance at Denman, struck a log guarding a culvert and overturned. The passengers escaped serious ...

    Article : 43 words
  9. HOSPITAL ECONOMY CAMPAIGN.

    The district hospital committee has reduced the salaries of two of its staff and dispensed with the services of a nurse, in accordance with a campaign of economy. Sister Murphy, ...

    Article : 95 words
  10. MITTAGONG EISTEDDFOD.

    At the annual Eisteddfod the results were is follows:—Piano solo (boys under 14): R. Mosher, 1; D. Slack, 2. Girls solo (under 16); Mary Wilson, 1; Clare Farrar, 2. Boy's ...

    Article : 163 words
  11. MUNICIPAL FRICTION.

    "That a competent authority be appointed by the Government to inquire into the whole of the administration and the working of the different departments of this council," was ...

    Article : 207 words
  12. GERMANY'S FALL.

    On the tenth anniversary of the great German offensive, the committee appointed in 1919 to discover why Germany lost the war has reported to the Reichstag. It declares ...

    Article : 199 words
  13. NEW PREMISES.

    The opening ceremony at the new premises of the Royal Automobile Club of Australia was performed yesterday afternoon by the Governor, Sir Dudley de Chair. Hundreds of ...

    Article : 529 words
  14. DIAMOND RINGS.

    John Patrick Carslake, aged 26, a labourer, who was arrested in Adelaide, appeared in the Criminal Court to-day charged with having broken and entered the shop of Miss ...

    Article : 129 words
  15. WAR MEMORIAL.

    Declaring that the Australian War memorial to be erected at Canberra would be non military in character, Mr. C. E. W. Bean, editor of the Australian official history of the ...

    Article : 430 words
  16. BEAUTIFYING WAGGA.

    Mr T. Kerr, chief landscape gardener at the Sydney Botanical Gardens, whose design for the Victory Memorial Gardens has been accepted, is visiting Wagga with the object of ...

    Article : 93 words
  17. INDEX.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 215 words
  18. WAR MEMORIAL.

    The South Australian Agent-General (Mr. Price) who has returned from a tour of the battlefields, where he went at the invitation of the War Graves Commission, says that ...

    Article : 91 words
  19. MAINTENANCE OF MAIN ROADS.

    A letter from Mr. A. E. Budd, M.L.A, to the Tweed Shire Council, states that the question dealing with main roads was being considered by the Works Deparnment, Local ...

    Article : 102 words
  20. SHOPLIFTERS RUSE.

    The sharp eyes of three city detectives yesterday resulted in the arrest of a fashionably-dressed woman in George-street, and culminated in a disclosure which surprised the ...

    Article : 169 words
  21. INSPECTOR BLUMER.

    M[?] George A. Blumer, M.A., who is about to enter on long service leave, prior to retirement, entered the Education Department's service in 1878, as a temporary assistant ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 130 words
  22. VICE-REGAL VISIT TO BROKEN HILL.

    At a meeting of Broken Hill Council, a letter from Mr. Horsington, M.L.A., was considered, advising that the State Governor would like to visit the city, and suggesting May 21 as a ...

    Article : 65 words
  23. QUEENSLAND SUGAR.

    The Sugar Federation of the British Empire has considered the position of Queensland which has asked for a change on the sugar duties. It reports that all sections, of the ...

    Article : 90 words
  24. MOTOR CAR SOMERSAULTS.

    A family of motorists had a remarkable escape from death to-day, when a car in which they were riding over Moonbi Ranges skidded over an enbankment, turned three somersault[?] ...

    Article : 89 words
  25. THE SENATE.

    In the Senate the Beer Excise Bill, which enables local brewers to sell small bottles, known as split nips, in competition with imported stout, was read a second time. ...

    Article : 217 words
  26. MISS IRENE VANBRUGH.

    IN AID OF THE FUNDS OF THE HAVILAH CHILDREN'S HOME, AT WAHROONGA, MISS VANBRUGH HAS CONSENTED TO GIVE A MATINEE ON MAY 22. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 26 words
  27. ADVERTISEMENTS.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 270 words
  28. RELIGIOUS DOCTRINE.

    The professor of theology at Stellenhosch University (Dr. Duplessis) has been indicted o[?] a charge of unorthodoxy, founded upon his writings, in which he holds that the ...

    Article : 164 words
  29. TAXI CABS v MOTOR 'BUSES.

    The City Council decided last night that the licenses of taxi drivers running on 'bus routes in opposition to 'buses would lapse automatically on the second conviction. The ...

    Article : 83 words
  30. PRISONERS ESCAPE.

    Two prisoners made their escape from the Mila afforestation camp, 24 miles from Bombala, between 9 o'clock last night and 5 o'clock this morning. The practice is that ...

    Article : 150 words
  31. BROKEN HILL MINEWORKERS.

    The Industrial Council last night carried a motion asking for resumption of the adjourned conference, regarding the new agreement for mineworkers, and that the ...

    Article : 64 words
  32. THEATRE ORGANIST.

    who arrived by the Sierra on Thursday. He will act as organist for the new Capitol Theatre to be opened at Easter. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 28 words
  33. POISONED WATER.

    At Carnarvon Police Court, an aboriginal named Roger was committed for trial on a charge of having attempted to poison Constable Slater at Gascoyne junction. Slater ...

    Article : 101 words
  34. POLICE STRIKERS.

    The agenda paper for the annual Easter conference of the Victorian Labour party shows that the Labour Ministry is likely to be called to account by the more militant ...

    Article : 177 words
  35. CHINESE FINED.

    In the local Police Court, before the police magistrate. Sue Wing, a Chinese cook, was fined £20 for having been found with opium and pipes to smoke it in his possession. ...

    Article : 251 words
  36. HEAVY DEALINGS.

    Tremendous trading continued on the New York Stock Exchange to-day, the sales reaching 3,927,600 shares, which is the second largest day in the history of the Exchange, ...

    Article : 100 words
  37. TO-DAY.

    St. James Theatre: "Rigoletto," 2, "Norma," 8. Criterion Theatre: "Caroline," 8.15. Her Majesty's: "The Girl Friend," 2, 8. Theatre Royal: "The Trial of Mary Dugan," 2. ...

    Article : 235 words
  38. BUSH AREA.

    A bully that exists between Woollahra and Waverley at the bottom of which until relently there were Chinese gardens, is gradually being converted by the Woollahra ...

    Article : 276 words
  39. SUBMARINE'S ESCAPE.

    It transpires that submarine R4 had a very narrow escape during exercises in the Channel through being struck while submerged by the destroyer Thruster. The periscope ...

    Article : 86 words
  40. THREE PERSONS CHARGED.

    At the City Court to—day three persons were charged as the outcome of the police raid on the Chequers Inn, in Bay-street. Port Melbourne, last night, when goods worth about ...

    Article : 220 words
  41. BRITISH CRUISERS.

    The British Admiralty recently arranged for two cruisers to be present in South American waters during the greater part of the year. It is probable that one of the ...

    Article : 80 words
  42. CONSCRIPTION OF WEALTH.

    The annual convention of the Manitoba section of the Canadian Legion endorsed a resolution that property as well as men should be conscripted in time of war. It also passed ...

    Article : 133 words
  43. HOLIDAY REQUEST.

    A petition, numerously signed by business men in Dubbo, was presented to the mun[?] pal council asking that Easter Tuesday should be declared a bank holiday. Alderman J. B. ...

    Article : 120 words
  44. BROKEN HILL.

    At the meeting of the City Council, one of the aldermen moved that the council should petition the British Government for the severance of Broken Hill from New South ...

    Article : 45 words
  45. REGISTRAR-GENERAL.

    Mr. William Gordon Hayes-Williams, Registrar-General, will retire from the Public Service on May 26 next. Mr. Hayes-Williams entered the service in ...

    Article : 49 words
  46. FRANCE'S COLONIAL TARIFF.

    The "Echo de Paris" announces important changes in the tariff law to allow Colonial Governors to vary their tariff regulations, New Caledonia is to be allowed to alter in ...

    Article : 69 words
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