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  2. COUNTRY NEWS. BOY INJURED BY DETONATOR.

    A boy, Tom Casey, who resides with his parents at Deervale, was brought to Dorrigo yesterday afternoon, suffering from facial injuries, caused by the explosion of a ...

    Article : 52 words
  3. AUSTRALIAN WEATHER. THE "HERALD" MAP.

    {No abstract available} [ILLUSTRATED]

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 389 words
  4. SHIPPING. ARRIVALS.—Aug. 19.

    Walkoua[?], s, 3926 tons, Captain Martin, from Lyttelton, 4.55 a.m. Union S.S. Co., Ltd., agents. [?] R.M.M.S., 17,491 tons, Captain Crewford, from San Francisco, via ports, 5.53 a.m. Union S.S. ...

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  5. THE DUNBAR.

    To-day is thelseventieth anniversary of the wreck near Sydney Heads of the ship Dunbar[?] which was lost on the night of August 20-21[?] 1857, when about 120 passengers and crew were ...

    Article : 326 words
  6. DEATH OF MR. J. S. FELL.

    The death of Mr. John Simpson Fell, B.E., of Lucretia-avetiue, Longueville, and eldest son of Mr John Fell, of Northwood, which occurred at the Parramatta Hospital ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. LABOUR RECORD.

    Addressing a crowded meeting at Herbert's Picture Theatre, Beaumont-street, Hamilton, to-night, the Premier (Mr. Lang) said that usually when a Government went to the ...

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  8. LABOUR SELECTIONS.

    Remarkable statements have been made regarding last Saturday's Labour selection [?][?]ts at Portland. it is alleged that certain officials who ...

    Article : 264 words
  9. RICHARDS DEVIATION.

    A heated debate occurred at the [?]ing of Tweed Shire Council, when the proposed Richards deviation, by which a bad crossing on the main North Coast road ...

    Article : 97 words
  10. SELECTTON BALLOTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 377 words
  11. DEPARTURES.—Aug. 19.

    Mulera, m s, fro Newcastle, 12.35 p.m. Ulimaroa, s, fro Wellington, 12.58 p.m. Dimboola, s, for Fremantle, via ports, 4.57 p.m. [?] s, for Melbourne, 7.55 p.m. ...

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  12. SWIMMING FACILITIES AT MUDGEE.

    Mr. Harold Hardwick[?] superintendent of swimming to the Education Department, visited Mudgee this week in regard to the formation of classes, which will start on ...

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  13. PROJECTED DEPARTURES.—Aug. 20.

    Osterley, R M.S., for London, via ports. Port Napier, s, for Dunkirk, Hull[?] Antwerp, German ports, and London, vis Suez. Makambo, s, for Lord Howe and Norfolk islands. ...

    Article : 85 words
  14. CHILD LOST IN BUSH.

    Mr. P Hannan, a railway fettler, living at Muriel Tank, telephoned to Canbelego that his daughter, aged 1 year and 10 months, had wandered away from her home[?] ...

    Article : 90 words
  15. VESSELS DUE TO-DAY.

    Trollus, s, from Glasgow, via ports. (No. 9 wharf[?] Walsh Bay.) Arafura, s, from Yokohama, via ports. (No. 9 wharf. Woolloomooloo.) ...

    Article : 150 words
  16. METEOROLOGICAL REPORTS.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 992 words
  17. FATAL MOTOR CYCLE ACCIDENT.

    Frederck Charles Sims, a railway porter, who was thrown from his motor cycle when it collided with a post died yesterday. He was 23 years of age, and had been employed in the ...

    Article : 47 words
  18. DRY WEATHER.

    Good falls of rain are sorely needed in most divisions of the State. The rain recorded in New South Wales during the past week consisted only of light ...

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  19. TRAVELLING STOCK WITHOUT PERMIT.

    In fining a defendant for travelling stock without a permit, the police magistrate (Mr. C. A. Arnold) issued a warning at this week's sitting of the police court that he would ...

    Article : 49 words
  20. OVERSEA VESSELS IN PORT.

    Aagtekerk, s, off Cremorne. Aorangi, R.M.M.S., No. 5 wharf, Darling Harbour. Bar[?]bool, s, No. 8 wharf, Walsh Bay. Carignano, s, off Cremorne. ...

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  21. POPULATION OF PARKES.

    The municipal inspector (Mr. Bullock), while collecting the supplementary roll of electors, also took an informal census of the municipality. The population he found to be 5329. ...

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  22. CLEARANCES.—Aug. 19.

    Mulera, m s. 1168 tons. Captain Buck, for Adelaide, via Newcastle. Ulimaroa, s, [?] tons, Captain Wyllie, for Wellington. ...

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  23. MIDDAY MEETING.

    The leader of the Nationalist parly, Mr. T. R. Bavin., will address a midday meeting of the employees of Saxton's Mill. Pyrment, at 12.15 p.m., on Tuesday. ...

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  24. CAMDEN BRIDGE AND ROAD WORK.

    The Wollondilly Shire Council has received authority from the Main Roads Board to reconstruct the footbridge at Menangle at a cost of £1110. The council has also accepted ...

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  25. NATIONAL RALLY.

    At a meeting of the electors of Ashfield in the Ashfield Town Hill. on Monday night, Mr. Bavin leader of the Hall Notional party, will speak in support of the selected National candidate. ...

    Article : 71 words
  26. TECHNICAL COLLEGE.

    Mr. James Nangle, superintendent of Technical Education, speaking last evening at the presentation of diplomas and prizes for science and electrical engineering at the ...

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  27. RICHMOND RIVER PIONEER'S DEATH.

    The death has occurred at Wardell in her 82nd year of Mrs. Betsy Mallett, who had been absociated with the Richmond River district from the carliest settlement by white ...

    Article : 95 words
  28. ALBURY.

    The Rev. C. E. Riley, Presbyterian minister [?] Tumbarumba, has announced his intention of contesting the Albury seat at the next elections. ...

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  29. DANCED 69 HOURS.

    Having, danced continuosly for 69 hours at the Green Mill, James Alexander, of the United Stales, was stopped by the management this evening. Alexander was attempting to dance ...

    Article : 115 words
  30. CITY MURDER.

    The offer of a reward for the discovery of the murderer of Daniel Condon has apparently stimulated the efforts of amateur detectives. A sensational report was made to ...

    Article : 188 words
  31. GOULBURN WATER SUPPLY.

    Mr. A. F. Osborn, supervising engineer of the Public Works Department, met the Goulburn City Council to dibcuss the water supply problem, concerning which the council has been ...

    Article : 148 words
  32. METAL TRADES.

    No indication was given yesterday by the stikers in the metal trades industry that they will accept the proposals of Judge Heeby to resume werk and allow their ...

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  33. AMERICAN DOCTORS.

    Dr. A. B, Kenevel, surgeon, of Chicago, who was a passenger by tbe Aorangi yesterday, declared that there had been tremendous development in recent years in the ...

    Article : 185 words
  34. PADDINGTON.

    The postponed Nationalist meeting in the Paddington Town Hall, at which the leader of the Nationalist party. Mr. Bavin, will speak in support of the candidature of Mr. ...

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  35. GOULBURN UNEMPLOYED.

    Mr. J. M. Tully, M.L.A., has secured employment for 19 local unemployed on the North Goulburn railway quarries, which are about to resume work to supply metal required for ...

    Article : 89 words
  36. ROUND AUSTRALIA.

    Two Victorian motorists, Mr. F. Woodwood and M. Mayor, who are attempting to establish a record in a Buick car (for the round-Australia motor trip, arrived at Sydney ...

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  37. NEUTRAL BAY.

    At the Warringah Hall, Neutral Bay, Mr. Frederick Aarons opened his campaign as a Nationalist. Alderman Atlee Hunt presided. Mr. Aarons made clear his attitude, both ...

    Article : 126 words
  38. INDEX.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 137 words
  39. BATHING FACILITIES.

    Last summer there were several complaints regarding conditions at Roberts Park, a popular bathing place on the Wollondilly River, where as many as 500 persons of both ...

    Article : 72 words
  40. BULLI TRAGEDY.

    The District Coroner Mr. P. J. Kirby, to-day concluded his inquest on the deaths of John Gonroy and Veronica Hockley, who were killed on August 7 on Bulli Pass through a collision ...

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  41. IN TOUCH BY WIRELESS.

    The following vessels are expected to be in touch by wireless to-day:— With Sydney: Antonio, Arafura, Canberra, Craigoess, Estrella, Ha[?]raki, Kaiwarra, Kairanga[?] Kaituna[?] ...

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  42. OXLEY.

    Mr. W. T. Robinson, who anuounced his intention of contesting Oxley electorate as a Nationalist, has decided to withdraw in favour of Mr. L. O. Martin, in viow of the ...

    Article : 42 words
  43. N.R.M.A. COUNTRY BRANCHES.

    At a recent meeting of the Tamworth branch of the National Roads and Motorists' Association it was stated that country branches of the association would have to amalgamate in ...

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  44. OBITUARY. MR. JOHN MACKENZIE FAIRFAX.

    A privatc table received from London yesterday announced the death of Mr. John Mackenzie Fairfax, only son of the late Mr. Edward Hoss Fairfax. formerly a partner in the firm ...

    Article : 47 words
  45. Advertising

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    Advertising : 281 words
  46. MARTIN-PLACE.

    Messrs[?] Williams and Hooke, solicitors, acting on behalf of Stokes Estate, Ltd., have issued, against the City Council, a writ in which £130,535 is claimed in respect of the ...

    Article : 58 words
  47. RETURNING OFFICERS.

    "I notice," said the Chief Secretary (Mr. Cosling) yesterday. "that Mr. Nield, who, I [?]rstand, secured eleven votes in the preselection baliot for Hurstville, and who is ...

    Article : 203 words
  48. MR. J. J. GILHAM.

    The death has occurred at Parramatta of Mr. John James Gilham, one of the oldest master carriers in the State. He was born at Windsor 84 years ago, and was actively ...

    Article : 169 words
  49. FOREST FRIEND IN PORT PHILLIP.

    The American barquentine Forest Friend entered Port Phillip this afternoon, after an adventu[?] voyage from Port Gamble, on the Pacific Coast of U.S.A., lasting 106 days. The vessel did not ...

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  50. LICENSES REDUCTION BOARD.

    The Licenses Reduction Board, after hearing evidence to-day in favour of an application by Mr. D. Minahan, of Wombat, for a hotel license at Bribbaree, decided by a majority ...

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  51. ISLAND SHIPPING.

    SUVA (1743m).—Dep: Aug. 19. Tofua, s, for [?]; Kaitoke, s. [?], s, for Auckland. ...

    Article : 16 words
  52. THE MAILS.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 396 words
  53. NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING.

    AUCKLAND (1281m).—Dep: Aug. 19. Matatua, s, for London: Marama, s. for Sydney. WELLINGTON (1239m).—Dep: Aug. 19[?] Maheno, s[?] for Sydney. ...

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  54. ESCAPE FROM BURNING HOUSE.

    Mr. Andrew Cunich's residence in Burrowaroad wat destroyed by fire about 1 o'clock this morning. He and his family had narrow escapes, as the fire had a good hold before it ...

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  55. SAILING BY THE MAKAMBO.

    At 10.30 a.m. to-day the steamer Makambo is to sail from No. 10 wharf, Walsh Bay, for the New Hebrides, via Lord [?] and Norfolk Islands. Following is a list of passengers:—Mr. F. J. Fleming, Mr. A. ...

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  56. BRITISH AND FOREIGN SHIPPING.

    At London: Surrey, s, from Australian ports (left Sydney June 29). At Colombo: Mooltan, R.M.S., from Australian ports, en route to London (left Sydney July 27). ...

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  57. TAMWORTH SEWERAGE.

    The Tamworth sowerage scheme, according to Mr. T. H. Prince, the resident engineer, who is supervising the work, will be finished by the end of September. The cost of the ...

    Article : 145 words
  58. WOOL SHIPMENTS.

    it was announced yesterday that in addition to the allowance to consignees of 6d a bale on the new season's wool shipped at Australian ports for the United Kingdom by ...

    Article : 133 words
  59. MR. A. E. LAVER.

    The death occurred on Monday of Mr. Alfred E. Laver, of Francis-street, West Marrickville, who until three years ago had been superintendent of the Melbourne Benevolent ...

    Article : 150 words
  60. BONDI SELECTION.

    Sir,—Mr. Jaques is reported in to-day's [?] to have stated that I have [?] signed the necessary party pledge, but he omitted to mention that, prior to selection. I announced ...

    Article : 153 words
  61. THE MATARAM'S PASSENGERS.

    To-morrow the Burns, Philp steamer Mataram is due at Sydney from Tulagi, via ports. She is expected to berth at No. 6 wharf, Walsh Bay, at about 7 a.m. Following is a list of the passengers:—Mesdames ...

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  62. TO-DAY.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 155 words
  63. STRANDED STEAMER RIVERINA.

    (The stranded steamer Rivorina is still aground, but the directors of the salvage company are confident that she will be moved into deep water shortly. A message ...

    Article : 73 words
  64. TELEGRAPHIC SHIPPING.

    COOKTOWN (1518m).—Arr: Aug. 18, Morinda, s, from Sydney. TOWNSVILLE (1258m).—Arr: Aug. 19. Ormiston, s[?] from Brisbane. Dep: Aug. 19, Kanowna, s, for ...

    Article : 607 words
  65. OFFICIAL EXPELLED.

    Mr. T. Thick, a former member of the A.L.P. executive, and a candidate for selection in the last Senate elections, announced yesterday that he had been expelled by the ...

    Article : 94 words
  66. NEW NON-STOP RECORD.

    Messrs. W. Attwood and A. H. Colliver, driving a Chrysler motor car, lowered the 1000-mile and 24-hour non-stop records at Perkolilli by covering 1000 miles in 14 hours ...

    Article : 42 words
  67. CENTENNIAL PARK.

    New regulations have been issued, on the advize of the Executive Council, for the control of Centennial Park. It in provided that no person shall use ...

    Article : 81 words
  68. FAMILY ENDOWMENT.

    "The Child Endowment Commissioner (Mr. Treble) on Thursday received the first batch of [?] under the Family Endowment Act. It is proposed to make the first payments ...

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  69. FIRST AID CLASS.

    A class is to be formed for men only for instruction in first aid to the injured. The first meeting will be held on Monday evening next at tbe Central District Ambulance. ...

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  70. HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY.

    The annual sweet-pea and daffedil exhibition of the Horticultural Society of New South Wales will be held in St. James's Hall, Phillip-street, on Wednesday. ...

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