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  2. COUNTRY NEWS.

    The new science and domestic rooms at the Tenterfield Rural District School were officially opened by the Minister for Education (Mr. Drummond) to-day The function was ...

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  3. WIDGEON II.

    After several days of vexatious delays, owing to engine trouble Widgeon H. made a successful flight trial at Mascot yesterday afternoon. ...

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  4. WATER THROUGH WINDOWS.

    Further information received regarding the [?]oods at Yalgogrin North district at old Car[?]n homest[?]d, where the Thompson family bus been resident over fifty years, shows ...

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  5. LICENSE REFUSED.

    The Board of Film Censors, after a long sitting, announced that it decided to refuse to license "Dawn," the film dealing with the life of Nurse Cavell. ...

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  6. MOTOR ACCIDENTS.

    Three people who were riding on a motor cycle and side car were seriously injured last night, when a motor car came into collision with the cycle, throwing it off the roadway ...

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  7. WIDGEON [?] IN THE AIR.

    FIRST TRIAL FLIGHT OF WING-COMMANDER WACKETT'S NEW AMPHIBIAN AEROPLANE AT MASCOT YESTERDAY. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  8. ARDUOUS TRAVEL.

    Ample evidence exists as to the flood damage throughout the district, and though the waters are subsiding, it will be many weeks, and many thousands of pounds will be needed ...

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  9. FATAL KICK FROM HORSE.

    This morning W. H. Gardiner, 42, died at Junee Hospital from injuries received when [?]abong one of Gardiner's trotting horses, kicked him at last Wednesday's Juneo ...

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  10. ALLEGED FALSE PRETENCES.

    At the Police Court James Moffatt, [?]ire car proprietor, of Albury, proceeded against Percival Henry Lowe and Trevor Hayden Henry, who traded as motor car agents, on a charge ...

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  11. DEATH OF MR. I. L. FLANDERS.

    The death occurred at Murwillumbah yesterday of Mr. Irwin Lester Flanders, a well-known resident of the Tweed district. Mr. Flanders was 56 years of age, and resided at ...

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  12. WOMAN KILLED.

    Fatal injuries were received by Ida Roberta Innes, aged 53 years, a nurse, residing at Beaconsfield-road, Chatswood. when she was knooked down by a motor cycle in ...

    Article : 66 words
  13. TWO ISLANDS.

    The Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs (Sir Austen Chamberlain), in answer to a question in the House of Commons, said that the British Government had informed Norway ...

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  14. MITCHELL ESTATE.

    This week the sale was completed of the balance of the blocks of the famous Bringan brong Estate. Upper Murray on account of the trustees of the estate of M.r Peter Stuckey ...

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  15. HUGE ENTERPRISE.

    That he would associate himself in the near future with an undertaking in Western Australia that would involve a far greater capital than what was to be spent by his ...

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  16. PROFESSOR HARRISON

    The death occurred suddenly at Narooma on Monday night of Professor Launcelot Harrison, who bad occupied the chair of Zoology at the University of Sydney since 1922. He was a ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  17. RETURNED SOLDIERS

    "I never meant in any way to be offensive to any returned soldier," said Mr. E. A. May[?] P.M. at Tamworth Court to-day, when Mr. R. J. O'Halloran, solicitor, referred to ...

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  18. STRUCK BY HUGE STONE.

    Ernest McDonald, 33, labourer, of Weabonga, sustained a compound fracture of the right leg when a huge stone struck [?]im, while working at the Port Stephens cutting. ...

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  19. MACLEAY OVERFLOWS.

    The Rev. F. E. Blyth, of Gladstone, who arrived in Sydney yesterday, said that the floods in the Kempsey district were very serious. At Bellbrook, he said, the Macleay River ...

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  20. DEATH OF NONAGENARIAN.

    The death is reported of Mrs. Caroline Pearce at the age of 99 years and 11 months. Mrs. Pearce was born in Cornwall on March 31, 1829, and resided in the border district for ...

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  21. CLOSING DOWN OF SLEEPER DEPOTS.

    At last night's meeting of the Municipal Council the following motion was unanimously carried:—"That this council views with grave concern the decision of the New South Wales ...

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  22. FIRE AT KEMPSEY.

    The most destructive and spectacular fire that has ever occurred in Kempsey broke out at an early hour this morning, when the large general store of Mr. James W. ...

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  23. IRISH OUTRAGES.

    In the House of Commons to-day, the Chancellor of the Exchequer (Mr. Winston Churchill) announced that the Government had decided to hold available a sum not ...

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  24. RAILWAY SERVICES.

    Normal running has been practically restored on the main raliway lines, but some of the branch services are still partially disorganised. ...

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  25. GOSFORD QUEEN CONTEST.

    The sum of £1300 wes raised by the Erina shire queen contest in aid of the Gosford and Wyong Agricultural Association. Miss Mar[?] Rose, representing the Wyong Agricultural ...

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  26. JAPAN.

    At the Parliamentary elections, hold yesterday, 75 per cent, of those eligible voted, a proportion greatly exceeding those of previous elections under restricted suffrage, ...

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  27. COUNCIL LOANS.

    The Local Government Department has advised the council, that, when s[?]eking a loan, application should be made through the department to negotiate with any of the financial ...

    Article : 66 words
  28. WHALING.

    With her tanks brimming with oil the Norwegian whaling steamer N. T. Neilson Alonso, with [?]er five attendant whalers, arrived at Hobart this afternoon after a four ...

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  29. COWRA'S ELECTRICAL ENGINEER.

    There were 57 applicants for the position of engineer in charge of the electrical works and water supply. Eighteen of the applicants were returned soldiers, and the selection was ...

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  30. THE CHORUS.

    A mathematician[?] if he could have been lured into St. James Theatre yesterday morning, might have posed himself some pretty problems. At least 300 would[?] chorus ...

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  31. RIVERINA.

    Graziers and farmers state that enormous benefit should result from the rains. The only interest that has suffered has been grape-growing, the berries being, caught right at ...

    Article : 93 words
  32. EMPIRE SETTLEMENT.

    Mr. A. A. Somerville, supported by eight Conservatives, introduced a prived bill in the House of Commons to amend the Empire Settlement Act, allowing aid to be extended ...

    Article : 132 words
  33. HUNGER STRIKE.

    Although tempted with appetising foods, Mrs. Elizabeth Fawcett, a widow, aged 44, has conducted a hunger strike at Perth lock-up while awaiting trial on a charge of ...

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  34. MAIN SOUTHERN ROAD.

    Considerable dissatisfaction is expressed at the continued inactivity on the main southern road within the municipality. This now constitutes the only stretch of road between ...

    Article : 63 words
  35. INDEX.

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  36. RED CROSS.

    At a meeting of the Red Cross executive committee, held yesterday, much sympathy was expressed with the flood sufferers. On the motion of Dame Mary Cook, the ...

    Article : 80 words
  37. BUNGENDORE CLAY DEPOSITS.

    The Home and Territories Department has lent the services of Dr. Woolnough (Commonwealth geological advisor) for the purpose of carrying out investigations of the ...

    Article : 366 words
  38. BRITISH STOCK EXPORTS.

    A quarantine station is being erected at East India dock for pedigree stock going to the dominions. It will be ready for the reception of animals by April, and will be under ...

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  39. HUME SEAT.

    The position regarding the nominations for the Hume seat in the Country party and Nationalists' interests appears to be clarified. Mr. George Wilson who following the ...

    Article : 88 words
  40. WEATHER FORECAST.

    Except for some showers on parts of the coast and on the Blue Mountains, fine weather prevaile throughout the State yesterday, and a further improvement is likely to-day. ...

    Article : 97 words
  41. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    Mr. George Wilson Wallace, formerly London manager of the Commercial Bank of Australla. Is dead. Benno Moise[?]witsch, the distinguished ...

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  42. EXPECTED AT DARWIN TO-DAY.

    BERT HINKLER, WHO IS MAKING A FLIGHT FROM ENGLAND TO AUSTRALIA. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  43. ADVERTISEMENTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 246 words
  44. QUEENSLAND.

    There was a notable change in the weather conditions over the whole south-east corner of Queenalund to-day. Very little rain fell, though the skies were cloudy. The outlook ...

    Article : 102 words
  45. DEBATE ON UNEMPLOYMENT.

    "Unemployment—Its causes and effects" will be the subject for discussion at the first public meeting of the Association for Social and Industrial Relations to be held to-night at the ...

    Article : 91 words
  46. BUNDABERG TRAGEDY.

    Two members of the Royal Commission appointed to inquire into the cause of the Bundaberg tragedy, in which twelve children died and five others became seriously [?] ...

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  47. TO-DAY.

    Criterion Theatre: "All the King's Horses," 2.15 [?] [?]15. Her Majesty's "The Girl Friend." 2, 8. Theatre Royal: "The Trial of Mary Dugan." 8. ...

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  48. UNCONSCIOUS MAN.

    An elderly man, whose identity is at present unknown, was found by Constable Boyd in an unconscious condition lying on a seat in Prince Alfred Park shortly before midnight ...

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  49. WHALING SHIP AGROUND.

    The C. A. Larson, one of the mother ships of the Ross Sea whal[?]ng fleet, grounded at the entrance to Paterson's Inlet, and is leaking badly in three tanks. ...

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  50. SNAKE KILLED IN CITY STREET.

    A black snake was killed in the city yesterday by being run over by a motor car, near the Studebaker motor car showrooms, Cas[?]reagh-street. A piece of hose pipe put a ...

    Article : 59 words
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