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  2. COUNTRY NEWS. GRAZIER'S DEATH.

    Arthur Harker, 37, grazier, of West Narrabri, when visiting the home of his fatber-in-law, Mr. Harry McDonald, at North Manilla, on Thursday, was taken seriously Ill. Medical aid ...

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  3. YALLOURN.

    On the eve of the introduction of stringent regulations regarding the use of electricity in Melbourne, labourers on strike at Yallourn agreed at a meeting this afternoon to ...

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  4. VETERAN PASTOR.

    Dr. Thomas Porter, who for many years was a prominent pastor of the Baptist Church, died yesterday morning at his residence, Coronation-avenue, Petersham, at the age of ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. MIGRATION.

    Migration problems were discussed by the Acting Prime Minister (Dr. Page) and the Minister for Markets (Mr. Paterson) at functions at which they were accorded a ...

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  6. GENERAL RAIN. Many Good Falls.

    Rain has been reported in all parts of New South Wales. At many places splendid falls have been registered, but in the western division the registrations have been ...

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  7. MR. LOUGHLIN.

    "I cannot accept the Ministry's contention that it is entitled to go back on the specific undertaking given to Parliament to have the election within the period covered by the four ...

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  8. LABOUR PARTY.

    After having been in control of the Labour movement since 1923, the members of the Seale-Willls faction have been compelled, for the time being at any rate, to surrender ...

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  9. BOY SCOUTS. CHRISTMAS TEA.

    The annual Christmas tea given to the scouts of Petersham by, Miss Charles-Fairfax is an event looked forward to by the boys with joyous anticipation. If happy, boyish ...

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  10. THE IMMEDIATE ISSUE.

    Sir,—According to latest reports, Mr. Loughlin. will vote against the Government because it has repudiated the general election pledge. As an honourable man he cannot do ...

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  11. KNOCKED DOWN BY CAR.

    John McIntyre, late of Tyrone Park, was knocked down by a car which drove along the footpath opposite his residence. McIntyre suffered a severe wound on the forehead and a ...

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  12. PIONEER'S DEATH.

    The death occurred on Thursday at Glow-ester of Mr. James Homewood, one of the oldest pioneers of the Upper Manning. For many years he resided at Number One, and in the ...

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  13. BEQUEST TO HOSPITAL.

    The treasurer of the Wollongong Hospital has received from the Perpetual Trustee Company the sum of £1000, being the bequest to the institution from the late Mr. F. W. ...

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  14. GIFT OF RAILWAY LAND.

    According to the stationmaster at Murwillumbah (Mr. H. Roach), the Raliway Commissioners are prepared to hand over to the municipal council that portion of the railway ...

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  15. POLICE RAIDS.

    A large quantity of liquor was seized, and six arrests were made, as a result of two raids by the police on Saturday night. The raids caused considerable excitement, and ...

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  16. NEXT ELECTIONS.

    Ar the last meeting of the council of the National Association of New South Wales, a report from the executive, which was adopted stated that it was not satisfied that the ...

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  17. MACLEAY SHIRE WORKS.

    Owing to shortage of funds the Macleay Shire Council has decided to close all construction works, with the exception of the Toorooka Bridge. The men will be re ...

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  18. COUNTRY REPORTS.

    ARMIDALE, Sunday.—Excellent rain has fallen throughout New England during the week-end. A good fall occurred in Armidale reservoir catchment area. Light rain ...

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  19. SCHOOL BOY'S RECORD.

    Francis Murphy, of West Maitland, has just completed his sixth successive year at the Marist Brothers' School, without missing one day. During the present year 10 of the ...

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  20. MAITLAND HOSPITAL.

    The Maitland Hospital has treated a record number of patients this year. The previous highest number was 1209 during 1925, but so far this year 1229 bed patients have been ...

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  21. MUDGEE RAILWAY TRAFFIC.

    Approval has been given for the installation of an intermediate staff station it Kandos works to facilitate the working of the traffic on the Mudgec line. A 75 feet ...

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  22. AID FOR BURNT-OUT SETTLERS.

    The Cumberland branch of the Country Women's Association, which has launched an appeal on behalf of necessitous families in the five devastated areas, has forwarded 25 large ...

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  23. ROMAN CATHOLIC SCOUTS.

    A medal awarded by the Pope for annual competition among the troops of Roman Catholic boy scouts in Sydney was presented by the Apostolic Delegate (Archbishop ...

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  24. MOTOR WRECKED.

    One man was killed and four injured two of them seriously in a motor accident at Burwood last night. Their names are:— Killed: William Duncan Collins, aged 31 ...

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  25. NORTH COAST RAILWAY.

    A crowded public meeting held at the Town Hall, Grafton, considered the proposed railway route through the town Mr. S. J. Pollack, president of the Grafton Chamber of ...

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  26. LATE MR. S. T. GREENWELL.

    Probate has been granted of the will of the late Mr. Smith Thomas Greenwell, of Powell-street, Killara, widower, who died on June 18 last, leaving an estate of the net value ...

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  27. SURF RESCUES.

    Surf lifesavers at Bronte had a busy day yesterday. Heavy seas were running, and careless surfers were always in danger of finding themselves caught in a dangerous ...

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  28. FLOODS.

    A tremendous volume of water is coming down the Mary River. The waters have not subsided to any noticeable extent since Friday. The shipping companies' wharfs are ...

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  29. OBITUARY. MRS. A. C. E. GIBBS.

    The death took place at her residence, Bellcourt, Edgecliff, on Friday, of Mrs. Alexandrina Caroline Elizabeth Gibbs, wife of Mr. C. H. Gibbs retird grazier, and an old ...

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  30. BACK TO GRANVILLE.

    References to the growth of Glanville as an industrial centre marked speeches made at the opening of "Back-to-Granville" Week on Saturday. The celebrations were attended ...

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  31. HORSES FOR INDIA.

    Messrs. R. MacKenna, R. G. Baldock, J. Love, and R. Glider arrived in Sydney from Melbourne late on Saturday night, by the British India steamer Sirdhana, on their way ...

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  32. CLARENCE DISTRICT BENEFITS

    Beneficial rains have fallen throughout the Clarence district enabling planting of crops to be carried out. At Grafton 340 points have fallen up to 8 o'clock to-night since ...

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  33. CYCLONE.

    The steamer Mackarra, which left Brisbane for Rockhampton on Wednesday, arrived at her destination yesterday after a rough passage. Captain Cowling reported that after ...

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  34. MR. W. H. FAIRWEATHER.

    The death occurred last week of Mr. William Horace Fairweather, a well-kuown Granville business man, and a resident of the Granville district for more than 40 years. ...

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  35. INDEX. NEWS.

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  36. LABOUR POLICY.

    "Mr Waddell's second attack on the Labour party is a much more feeble effort than his first," said Mr. Lang last night. "The president of the Graziers' Association gives us an ...

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  37. ROBBERIES.

    Safe-breakers entered the premises of the James Steel Engineering Works, in Victoriaroad. Marrickville, early on Saturday, and operated on two safes. The safes contained ...

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  38. MOTOR DRIVER SHOT DEAD.

    With a bullet through his chest, William Raper, until recently a motor car driver in the city, fell fatally injured outside his home at Highgate Hill, Brisbane, shortly before ...

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  39. GERMAN BARQUE.

    After a passage of 14 days from Auckland the German four-masted barque Gustav arrived at Sydney yesterday afternoon, and anchored in Rose Bay. She has been chartered to load ...

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  40. FAIRFIELD.

    A shopping week to celebrate the opening of a new "white way." commenced at Fairfield on Friday night. The town was decorated with flags and bunting, and a window ...

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  41. ADVERTISEMENTS.

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  42. MOTOR ACCIDENTS.

    This moroing Donald Barber, son of the Mayor of Launceston, was proceeding along Elphin-street on a motor cycle, with a sidecar attached when he met with a serious ...

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  43. MAN JUMPS OVERBOARD

    When the terry steamer Barrenjoey, which was proceeding from Sydney to Manly, was passing Middle Head about 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon, a passenger was seen to jump ...

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  44. BY-ELECTION AT DUNDAS.

    A by-election held at Dundas on Saturday to fill the vacancy in the Dundas Council caused by the resignation of Alderman Cook, who has represented the East Ward for seven ...

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  45. DUNEDIN WOOL SALES.

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  46. FIRE AT CLYDE.

    A fire which broke out early this morning in the boilerhouse at the large workshops of the English Electric Company of Australia, Ltd., in Parramatta-road, Clyde, was ...

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  47. MINERS' OBJECTION.

    Miners in the Maitland district are object ing to submit themselves to he lady doctor of some of the colliery companies for examination. ...

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  48. WAR VETERANS.

    The anuual Christmas dinner of the United imperial Navy and Army Veterans' Association was held on Saturday at Sargent's Cafe. Market-street. The gathering was a ...

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  49. MEMORIAL HALL.

    After working for over six years, a memorial hall for the use of returned sailors and soldiers was opened by Mr. W. M. Marks, M.P., at Bondi on Saturday afternoon. ...

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  50. TO-DAY.

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  51. MAYORAL ELECTIONS.

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  52. ALLIANCE FRANCAISE.

    The annual meeting of the Alliance Francaise was held on Friday at the Sydney Chamber of Commerce. The new committee elected is as follows:—Messrs. P. Bonnet, J. Brial. ...

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  53. BUSH FIRE FATALITY.

    The South Australian bush fires have claimed their first victim in the person of Pool-constable T. A. J. T[?]gowith, who after having been badly injured in the Waterfall ...

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  54. SHIRE PRESIDENTS.

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  55. BUS AND CAR COLLISION.

    A motor 'bus came Int[?] collision with a motor car near the corner of Hanks and Queen streets. South Ashfield, on Saturday. Two of its 30 passengers were injured. They ...

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  56. CAR STRIKES VERANDAH POST.

    Bartholomew Connors, of Bradley's Headroad. Mosman. lost cont[?]ol of a motor car which he was driving along Walker-street, North Sydney, on Saturday evening. The car ...

    Article : 49 words
  57. LATE SHIPPING.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 38 words
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