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  2. COUNTRY NEWS.

    Walter Joseph Kingdom was charged at the Armidale Quarter Sessions before Judge Mocatta, with having at Moore Park, near Armidale, maliciously shot at Herbert ...

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  3. AIR ACCIDENT.

    Captain H. T. Hammond, the pilot of the "Golden Moth" aeroplane, with his mechanic, was compelled to make a forced landing at Canterbury Racecourse yesterday afternoon. ...

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  4. HINKLER'S AERIAL ROUTE TO SYDNEY.

    This map shows the probable route of Bert. Hinkler from London to Sydney. The heavy black line shows the distance covered to yesterday evening. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. STORM SWEPT.

    The storm which swept over the metropolitan area yesterday afternoon was the most severe experienced in Sydney this summer. It broke over the city shortly before 4 o'clock, ...

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  6. FRANCE WINS.

    Australia met with disaster when the first test match with the French team was continued at Kooyong to-day. The visitors won three rubbers without the loss of a set, and ...

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  7. GOAT RACING.

    At the Central Summons Court yesterday, before Mr. Longfield, S.M., Edward Robert Marie, organiser of the Coo-ee City Carnival, was fined 1/. with 8/ costs, on a charge of ...

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  8. WATER BOARD.

    The appointment of two business men to represent the Civic Commission on the Metropolitan Water, Sewerage, and Drainage Board in place of ex-Aldermen English and ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. EXPLOSION OF GELIGNITE.

    Without calling on the defence, the jury in the case in which Samuel McMurray Wilson was charged at the Armidale Quarter Sessions with having exploded gelignite at ...

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  10. PARK BRAWL.

    A man and a woman were seriously injured in a brawl, in which a large number of persons of both sexes were participants, in Belmore Park last night. ...

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  11. NO FOURTH PLAYER.

    The question whether a fourth man should be selected to accompany the Australian Davis Cup team abroad was discussed at a meeting to-night of the Council of the Lawn Tennis ...

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  12. MAN BURIED IN TUNNEL.

    G. McAndrew wns working in a tunnel at the Portland Cement Co.'s works yesterday when the tunnel collapsed. He was buried i the earth, but being quickly extricated, ...

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  13. GREEK CHURCH.

    A peculiar position has arisen in regard to services that might be held at the official Greek Orthodox Church, at the corner of Dowling nnd Napier streets. Paddington. ...

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  14. WOLLONDILLY.

    The Speaker of, the Legislative Assembly (Mr. Levy) yesterday issued the writ for the holding of the by-election to all the vacancy in the Wollondilly electorate caused by the ...

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  15. SCHOOLGIRL KILLED.

    Esther Hutchinson, aged 10 years, of Pullitop, fell out of a sulky this morning while driving to school, and was fatally injured. Her skull was fractured by a wheel passing ...

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  16. BROKEN HILL.

    The conference between the Mining Managers' Association and the Industrial Council was resumed this afternoon, when the companies pressed for reconsideration of the ...

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  17. GENERAL CHAMPAIN.

    Brigadier-General H. Bateman-Champain, secretary-general of the British Red Cross Society, yesterday motored with Mrs. Bateman-Champain and their two daughters ...

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  18. WIDESPREAD DAMAGE.

    Reports of widespread damage of a minor nature were received last night. Fencing and the roofing of outhouses in many suburbs suffered from the wind, and much damage to ...

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  19. FATAL FALL FROM TRAIN.

    Robert Henry Dowling, an employee of the Defence Department, Melbourne, fell from the Melbourne to Sydney express train this morning, and was killed. ...

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  20. MR. M. F. MORTON.

    Mr. Mark Fairles Morton, the Nationalist selected candidate to contest the Wollondilly by-election; caused by the resignation of Sir George Fuller, is a native of the Wollondilly ...

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  21. RED TYRANNY.

    A complaint was made to-day by Mr. G Buckland, secretary of the central branch of the A.W.U. in New South Wales, that the policy of the A.L.P. executive in that State ...

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  22. INSURED AGAINST RAIN.

    The Guyra P. A. and H. Society has taken out a policy for £150 insurance against rain on the second day of the annual show, February 15, between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. This ...

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  23. MAITLAND HOSPITAL.

    At the adjourned annual meeting of the Maitland Hospital the following committees was elected:—Messrs. J. Black (president), J. Houston, W. Anderson, R. Lindsay, A. ...

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  24. GLADESVILLE BRIDGE.

    During the storm yesterday afternoon lightning deranged the electrical apparatus which operates the swing bridge at Gladesville, and at 5 o'clock, when an endeavour was made ...

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  25. RAINE AND HORNE.

    One of Sydney's oldest real estate firms— Raine and Horne—was registered as a limited liability company yesterday. Mr. T. R. Raine, who, in conjunction with ...

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  26. BEAUTIFYING BATHURST.

    Recently Mr. Norman Weekes was commissioned by the town council to make an investigation into the condition of parks and thoroughfares of the municipality. At the ...

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  27. JOB CONTROL.

    The A.U.S.N. line cargo steamer Macumba is held up in Melbourne owing to job control. The owners' representatives decided this afternoon to pay off the crew, and to tie the ...

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  28. CHARGE OF VAGRANCY.

    Inquiries have been made during the last few days by detectives into the bonn [?] of a man residing in a leading city-hotel, who has represented himself as a listinguished ...

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  29. MOTOR DISCS.

    The police do not require the names of owners and their addresses to be included in the proposed motor discs. In reply to Mr. R. V. Hodgson's statement ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  30. LABOUR PAPERS.

    The A.W.U. Convention yesterday decided to instruct the directors of Labour Papers. Ltd., to prepare a report on the question of the initial costs likely to be incurred in the ...

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  31. CARRIAGES IN COLLISION.

    A number of empty raliway carriages were damaged at Parramatta on Wednesday afternoon while shunting It appears that a number of cars were ...

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  32. THE RIVERINA.

    WAGGA, Friday.—Heavy storms occurred east of Wagga this morning, and a big area of country received a deluge ot rain. The storms came from the east, which is ...

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  33. GENERAL CABLE NEWS

    The Home Secretary (Sir William Joyoson Hicks) to-day said that while sympathising with the recommendation ofc the Grand Jury at Birmingham that convictions recorded ...

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  34. LATE SHIPPING.

    FREMANTLE.—Arr: Feb. 10, Clan Macquarie, s, and H.M.A.S. Marguerite, from eastern States. Dep: Feb. 10, Woolgar, s, for eastern States. ...

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  35. DEMANDING MONEY.

    At the Quarter Sessions, No. 2 Court, yesterday, before Judge Curlewis, Erik Rasmussen, 21, a Dane, and George Spiegelglas, 21, an Austrian, were charged with demanding £5 ...

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  36. NEW ROAD DESIRED.

    About 28 years ago Mr. Bloomfield made a survey of a proposed road connecting Robertson with Kangaroo Valley, but when the efforts to get a raliway to Robertson were ...

    Article : 132 words
  37. INDEX.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 184 words
  38. ENGINEERS.

    The business of the Institution of Engineers' Conference at Canberra was concluded this evening, At to-day's meeting of the council, Colonel ...

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  39. PROTEST MEETING.

    There was an element of humour in a meeting of protest by local residents held yesterday morning against the discontinuance of the Parramatta River ferry service ...

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  40. LIGHTNING STRIKES WHARF.

    At the height of a violent storm, which passed over Woy Woy late this afternoon, lightning struck the railway wharf where the Victoria ferry was moored. Spectators ...

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  41. MAN FOUND DEAD.

    The body of James Driscoll, a well—knows resident of the district, was found lying in the scrub about a mile from town. A tin containing strychnine and another containing water ...

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  42. LINESMAN'S, ORDEAL.

    Whilst a telephone linesman named Cyril Norrie was working on a telephone pos ttesting line near the railway station, the wire was struck by lightning, and Norrie became ...

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  43. RAILWAY EMPLOYEES CONVICTED.

    At the police court, Cyril James Riley and Reginald Warren Potts, railway employees, were charged with stealing a case of cordial essence, the properly ...

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  44. ADVERTISEMENTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 345 words
  45. WOMAN DISAPPEARS.

    In closed court at Richmond this afternoon, Nurse Hannah Elizabeth Mitchell was charged with having, on or about December 29 last, performed an illegal operation upon Inez Ada ...

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  46. DROWNED IN BEGA RIVER.

    The seven-year-old son of Morgan Spindler ferryman at the mouth of the Bega River, was drowned this morning. The body has not been recovered. ...

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  47. PROPOSED MERGER.

    A difference of opinion has arisen concerning the proposed amalgamation of the Australian Railways Union with the Australian Workers' Union between the general president. Mr. J. ...

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  48. AUTOMOBILE CLUB'S PROTEST.

    Members of the Royal Automobile Club at a general meeting unanimously decided to resist the Police Commissioner's proposal that registration licenses should be fixed on ...

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  49. THE U.S. PRESIDENCY.

    Senator Robert M. La Follette's, resolution against third presidencies again became the vehicle of a debate in the Senate to-day, during which Mr. Coolidge's intention was ...

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  50. WALK AROUND THE WORLD.

    To walk around the world boosting Australia and its industries is the project that Mr. John W. Carlyon, of Melbourne, has undertaken. He will leave Sydney on May 1, for ...

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  51. MAN'S THROAT CUT.

    A man who yesterday attempted to commit suicide had an extraordinary experience, and is in Sydney Hospital in a serious condition. ...

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  52. COTTON WORKERS.

    The secretary of the Australian Council of Trade Unions (Mr. C. Crofts) yesterday forwarded the following cable message to the Trade Union Congress in London:— ...

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  53. TO-DAY.

    Criterion Theatre: "All the King's Horses," 8.15. Her Majesty's: "The Girl Friend," 2, 8. Theatre Royal: "The Trial of Mary Dugan,"/ 2, 8. St. James Theatre: "Mercenary Mary." 2.30. 8. ...

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  54. WATCHMAN'S SUSPICIONS.

    Two young men were seen acting suspiciously in the doorway, of a tobacconist's shop in Bathurst-street late last night by the night-watchman. He obtained the asisstance ...

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  55. LATE MR. G. A. TAYLOR.

    It has been decided to establish a memorial to the late Mr. George A Taylor. This will take the form of a lectureship or fellowship at the University of Sydney in one of the ...

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  56. PIRACY ON THE YANGTSE.

    Piracies by Chinese boats on the Yangtse, in the vicinity of Hankow, are alarming the business community. The pirates become more daring with each outrage, which is ...

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  57. MR. PARKER MOLONEY, M.P.

    When the supporters of Mr. Parker Moloney. M.P. for Hume, raised a fund at the time of his sickness, intending to make him a presentation, Mr. Moloney said he would not ...

    Article : 58 words
  58. LATE COMMERCIAL.

    To-day's sales included:- Commonwealth bonds, 5½ per cent. (1931), £100/3/9; 6 per cent. (Dec. 30), £101/15/: 6 per cent. (1931), £103/5/: 6 per cent. (1935), £10: Australian ...

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  59. FIRE IN FACTORY.

    Yesterday afternoon fire seriously damaged premises in Parramatta-road, Petersham, occupied by Smith and Wiggins, and used as a lathe factory. The contents of the ...

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  60. HUME ELECTORATE.

    As a protest against the proposal for the selection of a candidate for the Hume electorate by a joint conference of the Country party and the Nationalist party, Mr. T. J. A. ...

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