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  2. COUNTRY NEWS. FIRE IN A CAFE.

    Yesterday a fire broke out in a cafe in Goulburn-street, and before it had been extinguished damage to the amount of £500 had been done to the building and contents. ...

    Article : 57 words
  3. AVIATION.

    "Until this country can produce within its own boundaries its own aircraft and engines. It is in a very parlous state from a defence point of view," declared Captain Geoffrey F. Hughes, ...

    Article : 213 words
  4. RAWSON PARK OVAL.

    Diverse opinions were expressed at last night's meeting of the Mosman Council regarding the terms of the lease to the New South Wales Cricket Association of the new ...

    Article : 207 words
  5. POLO EXHIBITION.

    The inaugural Polo Pony Show, held by the New South Wales Polo Association, at Kensington, yesterday afternoon, was a very interesting event. Although the weather was ...

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  6. THE ELECTIONS. Bright Prospects.

    The leader of the Country party Mr. But tenshaw) returned to Sydney yesterday, after a tour of the south-western portion of the State. Visits were made to Parkes. ...

    Article : 271 words
  7. METAL TRADES. 400 MEN IDLE.

    More than 400 engineers in the metal trades industry have gone on strike in conformity with the decision of the Amalgamated Engineering Union to oppose the operation of ...

    Article : 214 words
  8. HEAVY SEAS.

    Strong gales and rough to high seas between the Anstralian coast and New Zealand are delaying shipping. Vessels are being severely buffeted, and masters have been forced to ...

    Article : 295 words
  9. CIVIC COALMINE.

    Alderman Walder, secretary of the Reform aldermen, contended at a special meeting of the City Council held a mouth ago that the working costs mentioned in the report of Mr. ...

    Article : 340 words
  10. DEATH OF A PIONEER.

    The death of Mr. Charles Chalker, of Braemar, removes and early pioneer of the district, of which he was a native. He was 73 years of age, and was a son of the late ...

    Article : 87 words
  11. THEFT FROM MOTOR CAR.

    At Bathurst Police Court Cordon Claude Dinger pleaded guilty to having stolen an overcoat from a motor car. Sergeant Daley, prospecting, said that many ...

    Article : 61 words
  12. DEATH FROM TETANUS.

    As the result of minor injuries caused by a fall from a motor cycle a week ago, Frank Jones, a 17-year old son of an orchardist, of Godman's hill, developed tetanus, and died at ...

    Article : 115 words
  13. LATE MR. H. L. WHITE.

    Probate has been granted of the will of the late Mr. Henry Luke White grazier, of Belltrees, near Scone, who died on May 30 last, leaving an estate of the net value of £160,850, ...

    Article : 322 words
  14. AUSTRALIAN BANK OF COMMERCE.

    Sir Mark Sheldon, chairman of directors of the Australian Bank of Commerce, Ltd., addressing the annual meeting of shareholders yesterday, pointed out that the amount of ...

    Article : 658 words
  15. COOLAMON ROAD WORK.

    The Coolamon Shire Council has secured grant of £10,000 from the Main Roads Board for developmental road work. Plans and specifications have been approved, the roads in ...

    Article : 62 words
  16. MT. LYELL EMPLOYEES.

    Acting upon an application by the Mt. Lyell Mining and Railway Company, Judge Drake-Brockman. In the Arbitration Court today, made an order nisi against the ...

    Article : 524 words
  17. BATHURST CARILLON.

    The committee of the Bathurst Soldiers' Memorial has accepted the tendor of Messrs. John Taylor and Sons, of Loughborough, England, for a carillon of 35 bells, nearly three ...

    Article : 108 words
  18. AUSTRALIAN FLYER.

    Mr. Dennis Rooke the Australian aviator. who left Croydon, England on May 24, in an attempt to fly to Australia arrived in Karachi last night (June 20), thus duplicating Messrs. ...

    Article : 411 words
  19. HOUSE DESTROYED BY FIRE.

    A house in Fralha-street, owned by Mrs. D. Griffin, of Coff's Harbour, was destroyed by fire last night. The house was occupied by Messrs. D. V. Meek and W. Collins, who lost ...

    Article : 47 words
  20. MR. BALL'S PREDICTION.

    At a meeting of supporters of Mr. Jack Garry, selected Nationalist candidate for Goulburn, Mr. R. T. Ball, M.L.A., urged that the pact between the Nationalist and the Country ...

    Article : 119 words
  21. BOY KILLED BY LORRY.

    Frank Lewis, aged 7 years, the son of Mr. and Mrs. B. Lewis, of Molesworth-street, was run over by a motor lorry near Lismore Postoffice yesterday afternoon. He was taken to ...

    Article : 49 words
  22. DEATH OF MR. WILLIAM IRVINE.

    The death has occurred of Mr. William Irvine, of Toogong. Mr. Irvine was one of five brothers who emigrated from Northern Ireland over 60 years ago, and engaged in ...

    Article : 52 words
  23. BROADCASTING.

    In order to ascertain the best hours for world broadcasting on short wave lengths the Philip's Laboratory Experimental Station, PCJJ, at Eludhoven, Holland, last night, at ...

    Article : 173 words
  24. FARMER FATALLY SHOT.

    Patrick Maher, a farmer, aged 45, of Kootingal, near Tamworth, was found dead yesterday afternoon with a bullet wound in his neck. A pea rifle was leaning against a ...

    Article : 50 words
  25. THE CONSTITUTION.

    With the return to Melbourne to-morrow of members of the Federal Ministry who have been attending the Cabinet meetings in Sydney, it is expected that the personnel of the ...

    Article : 205 words
  26. NEED TO ENROL.

    Every citizen may not realise his or her duty to the State, but it is compulsory by law for everyone 21 years of age or over to be on the electoral roll for the district ...

    Article : 114 words
  27. SCHOOL DESTROYED BY FIRE.

    The one-roomed Public school at Plambra was destroyed by fire about 6.30 last night. The fire was first seen by Mr. Grayling, who lives half a mile away, and it then ...

    Article : 124 words
  28. ILLAWARRA EISTEDDFOD SOCIETY.

    At the annual meeting of the Illawarn Eisteddfod Society the following officers were elected:—President, Alderman N. M. Smith vice-presidents, Messrs. Musgrave, Townsend ...

    Article : 58 words
  29. ROADS CONTRACT.

    The City Council last night by nine votes to eight decided to extend a contract with the Australian Roads, Ltd., for bitulithic pavement to an amount of £26,000 Alderman A. ...

    Article : 492 words
  30. "RED" RULES.

    The Premier (Mr. Lang) yesterday defended the new or "Red" rules of the Labour party. He said that it must be a most distressing affliction to see "Red". T[?]s disease, he ...

    Article : 433 words
  31. SAMOA.

    The House of Representatives has set up a select committee, consisting of Sir Apirana Ngata, and Messrs. Forbes, A. Hamilton, Hockly, H. E. Holland Howard, E. P. Lee, ...

    Article : 52 words
  32. FIRE AT CESSNOCK.

    A dwelling occupied by W. Whitford. [?] Comfort-avenue, was, with its contents, destroyed by fire early this morning. The place was well ablaze when the firemen arrived ...

    Article : 51 words
  33. MINISTERIAL TOUR.

    The Minister for Local Government (Mr. Keegan), accompained by the Under-Secretary (Mr. W. Walker) and Mr. Stokes (Minister for Agriculture), will leave Sydney by motor car ...

    Article : 100 words
  34. FOR THE NATIONAL ART GALLERY.

    Mr. Perey Lindsay's oil painting, "Shipyards, Berry's Bay," has been purchased by the trustees of the National Art Gallery of New South Wales for 50 guineas from the ...

    Article : 114 words
  35. SUNSHINE WORKS.

    Further efforts to bring about a settlement of the strike of engineers at the Sunshine Harvester works of H. V. McKay P[?]y., Ltd., on the question of the application of the 44-hour week ...

    Article : 349 words
  36. LINESMAN ELECTROCUTED.

    Yesterday John Sullivan, a linesman attached to the industrial department of the Federal Capital Commission, while working on a new power line to Mugga Quarry, was ...

    Article : 153 words
  37. HUME RESERVOIR.

    During the past six months the progress of work at Hume reservoir has been men rapid than at any other period since the work started. It is officially denied that any ...

    Article : 95 words
  38. INDEX.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 152 words
  39. POSTAL DISTRICTS.

    Plans for the division of the metropolitan area into postal districts are almost completed and will be put into operation as early as possible. ...

    Article : 148 words
  40. STEAMER DELAYED.

    The absence of several firemen at sailing time held up the departure of the interstate passenger steamer Dimboola from Melbourne for about an hour this afternoon. ...

    Article : 114 words
  41. PROPOSED COUNTY COUNCIL.

    A conference of district councils last evening carried a motion affirming the desirability of establishing abattoirs. It was also decided that a county council should be constitu[?] ...

    Article : 7 words
  42. BANKRUPT'S AFFAIRS.

    Reginald Vinson Cayee, formerly managing director of Cayee-Paul Mo[?]s. Ltd., was again examined before the Registrar in Bankruptey yesterday. Cayee denied that one of the ...

    Article : 578 words
  43. LARGE ESTATE.

    The estate of the late Mr. Thomas Longworth, of Woollahra House, Rose Bay, Woollabra, who died on February 5 last, has, for probate purposes, been valued at £305,582, ...

    Article : 164 words
  44. COCKATOO ISLAND.

    Representatives of employees at the Cockatoo Island dockyards waited on the ActingMinister for Home and Territories (Sir Neville Howse) yesterday, and asked for the ...

    Article : 178 words
  45. DARLINGHURST.

    A meeting of the supporters of the selected Nationalist candidate for the Darlinghurst sent. Mr. D. Levy. M.L.A., will he held in the committee room of St. John's Hall, ...

    Article : 58 words
  46. BODY IN A BRICK PIT.

    The body of the man found in Baker [?] Sons' brick pit on Sunday afternoon has been identified as that of George Henry Woodle[?] who was camped on the railway line a m[?] ...

    Article : 47 words
  47. Advertising

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    Advertising : 192 words
  48. COWRA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.

    At the annual meeting of the Chamber of Commerce the following officers were elected —President, Mr. Jas, Smith; vice-president Messrs. A. B. Jones, H. S. Henley. W. F. ...

    Article : 419 words
  49. CENTENNIAL PARK AREA.

    Alderman Walder, at the City Council last night, submitted a petition from residents of the Furber-road and Poate-road, in the Centennial Park area, asking that the roads be ...

    Article : 111 words
  50. NOT ON THE ROLLS.

    It was learnt yesterday that a number of prominent members of the Legislative Assembly, on perusing the electoral rolls which have just been printed, found that their names ...

    Article : 91 words
  51. POLO.

    The meeting of The Wanderers and Harden will be the principal match in the Dudley Cup polo tournament at Kensington racecourse today. Harden is the present bolder of the ...

    Article : 300 words
  52. DESTITUTE MALTESE.

    Maltese migrants who are out of work in Adelaide to-day interviewed the Premier (Mr. Butler), and complained that their dole of 10/6 a week had been stopped. ...

    Article : 138 words
  53. ELECTION DATE.

    The printing and revising of the electoral rolls have now reached such a stage that the dissolution of Parliament and the election date can now be practically decided upon. The ...

    Article : 49 words
  54. MAN CRUSHED.

    Extensive injuries were received by Herbert Forsyth, aged 44 years, a carter, when he was crushed between his lorry and a motor car in Parramatta-road, near ...

    Article : 118 words
  55. FEDERAL CABINET.

    A further meeting of the Federal Cabinet was held in Sydney yesterday. At the conclusion of the meeting the Prime Minister (Mr. Bruce) said that a decision had ...

    Article : 158 words
  56. TO-DAY.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 175 words
  57. NATIONALISTS.

    Mr. T. R. Bavin. M.L.A., addressed a meeting in the local School of Arts on Saturday evening, at the conclusion of which it was decided to form a branch of the Nationalist ...

    Article : 46 words
  58. COUNTRY PARTY.

    Mr. Partridge (one of the organisers-for the Country party) addressed a well-attended meeting here. Mr. R. Julian, of Bogolong station, presided. A strong branch of the ...

    Article : 101 words
  59. MARKETS AND MIGRATION.

    The Minister for Markets and Migration (Mr. Paterson), who will return to Melbourne from Sydney to-morrow, will leave on Thursday for Western Australia. While there he will ...

    Article : 70 words
  60. EMPLOYEE ARRESTED.

    Suspicious of a man whom they saw leaving Holden's, Ltd., motor body builders, Williamstreet, yesterday afternoon, with a bag in his hand, Sergeants Commans and Keeble and ...

    Article : 84 words
  61. NIGHT TROTTING,

    The Metropolitan Land Board yesterday concluded the hearing of the application by Maroubra Speedway, Limited, for a variation of the condition of the special Crown lease ...

    Article : 49 words
  62. MARINE COOK KILLED.

    Alexander R. Kerr, aged 45 years, chief cook on the Commonwealth liner Esperance Bay, and a resident of Sydney, was killed to-night when he fell while on the companion-way ...

    Article : 48 words
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