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  2. COUNTRY NEWS. QUARTER SESSIONS.

    Before Judge White, at the Quarter Sessions, Joseph Henry Anderson, taxi driver, of Murrurundi was charged with stealing £10 from Cecil James Sims, on June l8, near Willow ...

    Article : 170 words
  3. ROYAL SYDNEY YACHT SQUADRON.

    The flag officers and committee of the Royal Sydney Yacht Squadron entertained last night at a dance at the club-house, Kirribilli, when the Governor-General and Lady Stonehaven ...

    Article : 605 words
  4. WOMAN SHOT.

    A message received at police headquarters last night from Inspector Dunne, of Mudgee, told of a double tragedy enacted at Gulgong about 6.30 o'clock. ...

    Article : 292 words
  5. WORLD'S CHIEF SCOUT.

    The world's Chief Scout, Sir Robert Baden-Powell, received from the King the honour of G.C.M.G. in June last, when he was included in the recipients of Birthday honours. On that occasion the Governor-General, Lord Stonehaven, as Chief Scout for ...

    Article : 107 words
  6. MR. BAVIN.

    In a vigorous speech to the members of the Killara branch of the National Association at Killara last night, the leader of the Opposition (Mr. Bavin) spoke trenchantly of ...

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  7. ELECTIONS. "RED" RULES.

    "The recent Red debacle under the guise of a unity conference will go down in political history, as the tragic overthrow of the Labour movement in New South Wales," said Mr. ...

    Article : 360 words
  8. ROUGH WEATHER. Vessels Seek Shelter.

    The cyclone is still centred over the Tasman Sea, and yesterday there was a continuance of strong gales and high seas between the Australian coast and New Zealand. ...

    Article : 440 words
  9. DEATH OF MR. T. WILKINS.

    The funeral of the late Mr. Thomas Wilkins, aged 76, was largely attended on Monday afternoon. The late Mr. Wilkins, for some years subject to heart attacks, collapsed ...

    Article : 186 words
  10. MISCONDUCT AT DANCES.

    Mr. J. E. McCulloch delivered a warning at the local police court on the advisability of people desisting from misconducting themselves at dances in the country. James Lynn ...

    Article : 91 words
  11. LEASE VARIATION.

    The Metropolitan Land Board yesterday refused the application of the Maroubra Speedday, Ltd., for the deletion of the condition in its Crown lease which prohibits horse and ...

    Article : 289 words
  12. SAMOA.

    The Samoa bill, giving certain powers in respect to deportation, passed the House of Representatives this morning, after an allnight sitting. ...

    Article : 100 words
  13. BROADCASTING.

    Reports received last night from different parts of Australia showed that the 24 hours' broadcasting of a world programme, commenced by station PCJJ, Holland, on Tuesday ...

    Article : 156 words
  14. NATIONAL SELECTIONS.

    The executive of the National Association yesterday made the following additional endorsements of candidates:— Namoi: L. M. T. Seccombe. ...

    Article : 29 words
  15. DEATH FROM POISONING.

    A railway employee at Sunnyside railway gates, about eight miles from Tenterfield, named J. Coyle, died on Monday night from strychnine poisoning. He was the father of ...

    Article : 96 words
  16. PADDINGTON.

    At a meeting of Nationalist supporters, held last night at St. John's Hall, Darlinghurst, Mr. D. Levy, M.L.A., the selected Nationalist candidate for Paddington, explained that the ...

    Article : 204 words
  17. STEAMERS GET SEVERE BUFFETING.

    After an exceptionally rough voyage, having been caught in a monsoon, the British India line steamer Quiloa arrived at Melbourne to-day from Liverpool. The vessel was forced ...

    Article : 232 words
  18. SUBDIVISION OF EUARLIE STATION.

    Mr. W. Hay's Euarlie Station, of 7500 acres, within four miles of Yass, is to be subdivided and submitted at auction. It embraces fine grazing land. The celebrated Hatton's ...

    Article : 63 words
  19. MR. WALTER A. GALE. SUDDEN DEATH AT CANBERRA.

    Mr. Walter A. Gale, Clerk of the House of Representatives, died suddenly from heart failure at Parliament House this morning. Mr. Gale, who had been in falling health for ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 91 words
  20. "WIMBLE'S REMINDER.

    Many fine illustrations in three and four colours, half-tones from wash drawings and photographs, combinations of half-tones and line drawings, and line etchings are included ...

    Article : 207 words
  21. YOUTHFUL MOTORIST.

    The City Coroner (Mr. Fletcher) yesterday committed Edward Howard Vaughan, aged 16½ years, for trial on a charge of manslaughter, following an inquest concerning the ...

    Article : 197 words
  22. MUNICIPAL COUNCIL FINED.

    At the police court on Monday the Stamp Commissioners proceeded against the Wag[?] Municipal Council on a charge of having failed to affix a twopenny duty stamp to a ...

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  23. DISFRANCHISEMENT.

    "It has come to my ears that an army of paid Nationalist organisers is at present engaged in a campaign of wholesale disfranchisement of electors," said the Premier (Mr. ...

    Article : 125 words
  24. WAVERLEY NATIONALISTS.

    Mr. Carl Glasgow, the selected Nationalist candidate for the Waverley electorate, commenced his campaign last evening. The attendance was so large that the ...

    Article : 89 words
  25. ENDOWMENT.

    Regulations governing the administration of the family endowment scheme were approved by the Executive Council yesterday. Each claimant will be required to make a ...

    Article : 214 words
  26. POOLAMACCA CASE.

    At a meeting of representatives of the Broken Hill Proprietary and North and Central and British Checkweighers' Associations on Sundny it was decided to raise funds for ...

    Article : 87 words
  27. METAL TRADES.

    No change took place yesterday in the four strikes of the engineers in the metal trades industry against the operation of Judge Beeby's award. The strikers still insist that ...

    Article : 91 words
  28. BONDI NATIONALISTS.

    At a well-attended meeting of the North Bondi branch of the National Association it was unanimously decided to place on record the branch's appreciation of the splendid ...

    Article : 66 words
  29. 'BUS AWARD.

    The new award for 'bus drivers and conductors will mean an increased wages bill of not less than £80,000 annually," said Mr. F. H. Stewart, president of the 'bus proprietors' ...

    Article : 267 words
  30. "UTTERLY UNTRUE."

    Mr. Archdale Parkhill, M.P., general secretary of the National Association of New South Wales, last night denied the allegations made by Mr. Lang. ...

    Article : 78 words
  31. INDEX.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 183 words
  32. COUNTRY PARTY.

    Th[?] Byron electorate Country party council has endorsed three candidates for Byron. Messrs. F. W. Stuart, M.L.A., A. E. Budd, Mayor of Murwillumbah, and J. K. Williams, ...

    Article : 57 words
  33. DISTINGUISHED CAREER.

    Mr. Gale, who was in his 63rd year, was identified with the Parliaments of Western Australia and the Commonwealth for 36 years. Born in Geraldton (Western Australia), he was ...

    Article : 303 words
  34. £42,000,000.

    Two war loans, aggregating £42,000,000, will fall due on December 15. One of these bears interest at the rate of 4½ per cent., and the other at 5 per cent. ...

    Article : 77 words
  35. THE PREMIER'S CAMPAIGN.

    The Premier (Mr. Lang) will visit Bathurst on Tuesday, August 9, and in the evening will deliver a public address. During his stay, he will avail himself of the opportunity of ...

    Article : 92 words
  36. COLONEL J. E. JACKSON.

    Colonel J. E. Jackson, whose death at the age of 62 years, occurred at his residence, 44 Chandos-street, Ashfield, recently, had a varied and interesting career. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 237 words
  37. BOYS TROUNCED.

    Additional evidence in support of the charges against Constables E. C. Cahill and T. B. Ganderton, of Bentleigh, and G. B. Crocket, of Glen Huntley, was heard at the ...

    Article : 358 words
  38. DEATH OF MRS. G. MARR THOMPSON.

    Artistic circles in Sydney will learn with sarrow of the death of Mrs. Thompson, wife of Mr. Gerald Marr Thompson, who was musical and dramatic critic of the "Sydney ...

    Article : 310 words
  39. Advertising

    {No abstract available}

    Advertising : 162 words
  40. MR. MINAHAN'S REPLY.

    Sir,—The Premier says it must be a distressing affliction to "see red," and follows with a personal attack on me. This cheap dictator has become quite an adept at ...

    Article : 117 words
  41. COCKATOO DOCKYARD

    Mr. D. M. McDonald, assistant secretary of the Metal Trades Employers' Association, stated yesterday that the majority of the men employed at Cockatoo Island dockyard, whose ...

    Article : 148 words
  42. FOUND SHOT.

    A letter-carrier at Auburn was startled by the sound of a shot from the rear of the post-office shortly before 8 o'clock yesterday morning. He discovered Preston Edward Elswick, ...

    Article : 162 words
  43. SUPPOSED TIGER

    In search of the supposed tiger or jaguar between 25 and 30 persons assembled at Springdale yesterday, and elected Mr. Sam Tetley as their leader. The day's drive resulted in ...

    Article : 180 words
  44. TO-DAY.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 163 words
  45. QUEEN COMPETITION.

    The hospital queen competition, in connection with the Fire Brigades' art union, resulted in a victory for Mrs. J. A. Roles, the representative of St. Vincent's Hospital, on ...

    Article : 138 words
  46. GLEBE TRAMWAY.

    There is a proposal to extend the Glebe Point tramway from its present terminus to Jubilee Park. The Railway Commissioners have been ...

    Article : 47 words
  47. LOST IN BUSH.

    Three youths, Jeffrey Blades, Andrew Philp, and David Philp, who were lost in the bush in the Jarrahdale district on Sunday morning, while kangaroo hunting, have not been found ...

    Article : 114 words
  48. PIECEWORK.

    The first definite step to prevent the extension of the piecework system in the railways workshopt was taken by the Australian Railways Union to-day. The general secretary ...

    Article : 76 words
  49. LEVEL CROSSING ACCIDENT.

    A heavily-laden waggon was struck by the transcontinental express, en route to Melbourne, at the Station-street level crossing near Deer Park railway station, about midday ...

    Article : 60 words
  50. IDLE COLLIERIES.

    The trouble at Lithgow and Oakey Park Collerles in regard to the alleged non-compliance by the management with certain provisions of the Hibble Award has spread to ...

    Article : 50 words
  51. PREVENTION OF EROSION.

    The Cabinet has decided to proceed with a scheme for preventing the erosion of the foreshores of Botany Bay, along Banksmeadow Park, at an estimated cost of £5000. ...

    Article : 35 words
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