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  2. COUNTRY NEWS.

    A conference of representatives of public bodies on the Richmond River at Tenterfield was held at Lismore to-day, under the chairmanship of Mr. D. Macross, Deputy Mayor of ...

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  3. SUSPENDED.

    Three witnesses yesterday gave evidence before the Royal Commission inquiring into the Bundaberg inoculation fatalities that they had not heard of any adverse reports ...

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  4. FRANCE V AUSTRALIA.

    The courts at Rushcutter Bay were reported yesterday to be drying rapidly under the influence of a strong southerly wind and bright sunshine, and it was thought that if no further ...

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  5. RESULT OF THE FLOOD AT JUNEE.

    Motor car carried by the flood waters from Walster's foundry, and deposited at a place 300 yards distant. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. WASHAWAYS.

    Numerous rumours regarding fatalities and flood damage are being circulated, but many of them lack confirmation. It was reported that Mr. H. Myers was ...

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  7. FAMILY RESCUED.

    After being entrapped in their farmhouse for more than 24 hours, the Healey family, comprising Mr. and Mrs. Healey and their six children, the youngest being an infant in ...

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  8. KICKED BY HORSE.

    H. C. Coole, [?], of Fisher's Hill, was kicked in the forehead by a horse and rendered unconscious. When he recovered he caught the horse and rode to a telephone and sum[?] ...

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  9. DEATH FROM EXPOSURE.

    John Parkes, aged 71, a pensioner, was found at his camp in the bush near Coolangatta on Saturday in an exhausted condition, and was brought to Berry Hospital, where he died at ...

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  10. NYNGAN'S PLIGHT.

    The police at Nyngan reported last night that more than half the township was submerged, and that the water was still rising rapidly. The flood waters were more than 10 ...

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  11. DROVER KILLED.

    A motor fatality occurred at Ando, sume [?] miles from Bombala on the main Bombal[?] Cooma road, at 3 o'clock yesterday morning Samuel Lind, aged about 54, wil killed [?]nstantly ...

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  12. BREAK IN WEATHER.

    There were indications last night that the tropical depression was rapidly passing to the east. Fine weather is expected to prevail to-day throughout the State, except on the ...

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  13. EXCITING FINISH.

    The Australian Eleven, which held a commanding lead in the match against Wellington eventually won after an exciting and extraordinary finish by four wickets. ...

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  14. REVOLVER DRAWN.

    The story of a constable leaping on the footboard of a motor car and forcing the driver to stop, at the point of a revolver, was told in the Central Court yesterday, ...

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  15. UNEMPLOYED.

    A deputation of unemployed demonstrated outside the Premier's office yesterday morning, while the Premier (Mr Bavin) was presiding over his first Cabinet meeting since ...

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  16. MURRAY VALLEY.

    The weather has moderated since yesterday afternoon and very little additional rain has fallen. Saturday night's trains form Sydney arrived here this morning. If the weather ...

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  17. DEATH OF MR. J DOYLE.

    The funeral took place this afternoon of Mr. John Doyle, resident of Dubbo, who died in Orange private hospital. Mr. Doyle came from South Australia in 1802, and bought ...

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  18. CRICKET.

    There is no like[?]hood of an increase in the amount of the allowance which will be made to members of the Australian XI. on tour in New Zealand. The question Was discussed ...

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  19. THE WOLLONDILLY.

    Mulwarea and Wollondilly rivers receded on Sunday, afternoon, but last night's heavy rain brought the Wollondilly up again, and, judging by the volume of water swirling down the ...

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  20. REMARKABLE EXPERIENCE.

    Two workmen employed on sewerage works in Docker-street had a remarkable experience this afternoon They were working an ele[?] trically-driven circular saw when one of them ...

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  21. WORKMAN KILLED.

    A dreadful injuiy to the chest caused the death of John Johnson, aged 35 years, a labourer, of Abererombic-street, Redfern, yesterday morning. ...

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  22. LABOUR PARTY.

    Mr. G. Buckland, secretary of the central branch of the Australian Workers' Union,.yesterday replied to the statement made by the general secretary of the Australian Labour ...

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  23. DORRIGO PLATEAU.

    Further torrential downpours, which must seriously affect the flood in the Clarence, occurred on the Dorrigo plateau yesterday. Before daybreak, in less than two hours, there ...

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  24. THE LATE PROFESSOR LAWSON.

    In his speech as president of the Royal Society of London, at the anniversary meeting on November 30 last, Sir Ernest Rutherford said, after the obituary notices of deceased ...

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  25. IRRIGATION AREA.

    Griffith and all centres along the Griffi[?] Hillston line, have been completely isolated for days. The Irrigation areas, although they did not experience the torrential rains that ...

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  26. DR. PAGE.

    The Federal Treasurer (Dr. Earle Page) today made a statement setting out reasons [?] the heavy expenditure disclosed in Commonwealth Treasury returns for the six months ...

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  27. INUNDATIONS AT WEE WAA.

    The river reading at Gray's Bridge is now nearly 17ft 6in, which means that the water will inundate the low-lying country on the north side of the river. The river has ...

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  28. SCENE OE HAVOC.

    The passengers who arrived by the greatly delayed Melbourne express yesterday travelled over the worst part of the flooded area in darkness, but some of the train crew told a ...

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  29. LABOUR ORGANISING.

    Officials of the Australian Labour party are hopeful that the campaign for the Federal elections will be in full swing by the end of April. The executive of the party has ...

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  30. SAMOA.

    Mr. E. W. Girr, editor of the "Samoa Guardian," who, together with Messrs. Nelson and Smyth, was ordered by the Administrator (Sir George Richardson) to leave Samoa for ...

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  31. TRAIN SERVICES.

    Tho Railway Commissioners, in an official statement issued yesterday, stated that the services had been reinstated on all lines with the exception of one or two places. The ...

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  32. FIRE IN CITY.

    A machine shed and contents, situated at the rear of premises occupied by Paul and Grey, ships' chandlers, at the corner of Kent and Erskine streets, was destroyed by fire ...

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  33. BRIBERY CHARGES.

    About 2000 members of the Richmond Main, Pelaw Main, and Stanford Merthyr lodges attended a meeting in the Royal Picture Palace at Kurri Kurri to-night for the purpose of ...

    Article : 168 words
  34. INDEX.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 173 words
  35. MIDNIGHT RESCUES.

    The most disastrouse flood in the history of Ungarie occurred on Thursday night. More than six inches of rain fell, and a further two inches on Friday. The whole of the ...

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  36. PRIMARY INDUSTRIES.

    The Minister for Education (Mr. D. H. Drummond) stated yesterday that for some time past he has been very much impressed with the need for the provision of additional ...

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  37. THIEVES FAIL.

    Early yesterday morning thieves attempted to enter the showrooms of John McGrath, Ltd., Yurong-street, city and to gain entrance they cut the barbed wire covering a ...

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  38. BABY DROWNED IN BATH.

    A distracted mother told a pathetic story to the City Coroner yesterday morning during the inqiry into the death of her buby. A verdict of accidental death was returned. ...

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  39. UNIONS COUNCIL.

    A special meeting of the executive of the Australasian Council of Trade Unions was[?] opened at the Melbourne Trades Hall [?] afternoon, but owing to floods in New South ...

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  40. ADVERTISEMENTS.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 234 words
  41. BUSINESS MEN.

    Finality has been reached in the selection of some of the,party of four leading British business men who are being invited by the Federal Ministry to visit Australia to survey ...

    Article : 146 words
  42. PRISONER'S DIET.

    A few days ago a prisoner who had been sentenced to a term of imprisonment in Goulburn Gaol, complained of being ill. He said that some soup that he had been given had ...

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  43. LARGE SHARK CAUGHT.

    A party in charge of Mr. Charles Messenger succeeded in landing a shark 12 feet 6 inches long in Sydney Harbour on Sunday. The shark was hooked inside the Honda, and abreast ...

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  44. INDIA'S DEMANDS.

    The Rev. J. A. Vanes; who has been a Methodist, missionary in India for 52 years, arrived [?]n Sydney yesterday by the Australian Commonwealth liner Largs Bay. Mr. ...

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  45. TO-DAY.

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

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  46. ENGLISH MAILS ARRIVE.

    A portion of the letter mail from the R.M.S. Mooltan readied Sydney yesterday by the delayed Melbourne express, at 12.25 p.m., and a further consignment of English letters ...

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  47. THE DROWNED.

    Stanley Stephenson, aged 25, drowned in the Lachian, near Forbes, while attempting to cross on horseback. John Brennan, swept into a creek after a ...

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  48. STATE INCOME TAX.

    State income tax assessments fall due on February 22. 23. and 24. ...

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  49. SHOTS AT CAR.

    While travelling from Geraldton to Northampton in a motor car Messrs. F. Armstrong, J, Lee. and Kelly had a startling experience. The car was descending a dip in the road ...

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  50. MELBOURNE WOOL SALE.

    The second half of the Febrary series of wool sales opened in Melbourne to-day to a very sound market, with good strong and general competition, in which all sections part[?]pated. In [?] practically no ...

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  51. SHEEP AND WOOL CLASSES.

    The Minister for Education (Mi. Drummond) stated Yesterday that an additional teacher would be appointed to the Sydney Technical College to conduct day sheep and ...

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  52. BABY DROWNED.

    The dead body of a boy baby. appa[?] about six months old, was found [?] the harbour at the foot of Adolp[?]-street Bal[?], on Sunday. The body seemed ...

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