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  2. COUNTRY NEWS.

    The Country Traders' Association has included the soldiers' trading scheme conducted at the hotel. In its objection to we are schemes, and on Friday the manager of the ...

    Article : 158 words
  3. GIRL GUIDES FROM BARNARDO HOMES.

    GROUP OF BARNARDO GIRLS SHORTLY TO ARRIVE BY THE THEMISTOCLES. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 15 words
  4. EMPIRE SERVICE CLUB.

    YOUNG MIGRANTS ENTERTAINED BY VOLUNTARY WORKERS. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 9 words
  5. RELIABILITY.

    On the fourth day of the Royal Automobile Club of Australia's ton days' reliability touring contest the competitors had only a short stage of about 82 miles to cover, but it was ...

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  6. MOSS VALE-PORT KEMBLA RAILWAY.

    Speaking at a miners' delegate board meeting to-day, Mr. Lysaght, M.L.A.. stated that the Premier had advised him that arrangements had been completed, and a sum of £60,000 had ...

    Article : 84 words
  7. NEW CHURCH AT BEN LOMOND.

    A large crowd assembled at Ben Lomond (Guyra district), when the Bishop of the diecese, Right Rev. Dr. Wentworth Shields, with the assistance of Ven. Archdeacon ...

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  8. ROYAL HOSPITAL FOR WOMEN.

    The extensions to the Out-patients' Department of the Royal Hospital for Women, Oxford-street, Paddington, were officially opened yesterday afternoon by Mr. Cann, Minister for Health. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. MR. VINOGRADOFF'S RECITAL.

    Mr. Paul Vinogradoff chose an attractive programme for his plane recital at King's Hall last night, and exhibited in it a well-formed technique and definite style. It was in the ...

    Article : 329 words
  10. PAPER MILLS.

    Details for the amalgamation of the Australasian Paper and Pulp Company, Ltd., Melbourne, and the Cumberland Paper Board Mills, Ltd., of Sydney, are now so far advanced ...

    Article : 240 words
  11. HEAT WAVE.

    Hot and oppressive conditions, with a squally westerly wind, which raised clouds of dust, were experienced in Sydney yesterday. The maximum temperature, 94.3 ...

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  12. MAIN ROADS IMPROVEMENTS.

    A conference was held at Hillston between the Hillston Municipal Council, the Carrathool Shire Council, and Mr. Crouch, engineer to the Main Roads Board, with reference to the ...

    Article : 111 words
  13. KILLED BY FALLING TREE.

    On Saturday an elderly man, Joseph Whipps, was accidentally killed whilst felling a tree. No one witnessed the accident, but from the circumstances it seems that deceased ...

    Article : 48 words
  14. MINER KILLED.

    A coal miner, J. Muir, of Bulli, when working in Coalcliff mine this morning, lost his life through being buried under a fall of coal. His mate had a narrow escape. Muir ...

    Article : 45 words
  15. DEATH OF MRS. W. FLICK.

    The death occurred on Friday of Mrs. William Flick, of Ewingsdale, who was 61 years of age. She is survived by Mr. Flick, and a grown-up family. The funeral took place on ...

    Article : 55 words
  16. SALVATION ARMY.

    Commissioner Charles Sowton has been appointed to succeed Commissioner Whatmore as Territorial Commander of the Salvation Army in the Australia east territory. With ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 114 words
  17. INSURANCE POLICIES.

    The question of whether the A.M.P. Society should pay insurance policies of £4000 on the life of William Charles Coulter and £1000 on that of Phillip John Troffene, both of whom ...

    Article : 113 words
  18. WOMAN'S DEATH.

    The body of Mrs. Rhynehart, wife of Mr. J. W. Rhynehart, of ingleby, was found in a tank not far from Milbrulong Post-office. Evidence at the inquest, conducted by Mr. ...

    Article : 53 words
  19. HIGH PRICE OF GAS.

    The directors of the Albury Gas Company have increased the price of gas from 12/6 to 14/7 per thousand feet, this being by far the biggest rate ever charged, and one of ...

    Article : 55 words
  20. CONGREGATIONAL UNION.

    The [?]ist annual session of the Congregational Union will commence to-day in the Pitt-street school hall. The proceedings are to be inaugurated with a devotional meeting ...

    Article : 142 words
  21. BIRD LIFE.

    Delegates to the 26th annual congress of the Royal Australasian Ornithologists' Union were accorded a civic reception at the Town Hall yesterday. The visitors were welcomed by ...

    Article : 300 words
  22. ODDFELLOWS.

    The sixty-ninth annual conference of the Mauchester Unity Independent Order of Oddfollows was opened at the parish ball, Armidale to-day. ...

    Article : 308 words
  23. RYDE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL.

    The committee of the Ryde and District Memorial Hospital has now £7500 in hand, and as soon as the Minister has approved a site and Parliament has considered the proposed ...

    Article : 87 words
  24. RUN DOWN BY FIRE ENGINE.

    Samuel Horne, aged 11 years, was run down by the Cessnock fire engine, which was having a trial run in Hall-street this morning. He was admitted to Cessnock District ...

    Article : 52 words
  25. WATER-SUPPLY.

    A "Resident of the Sutherland Shire" writes to the Editor of the "Herald" pointing out that although it is only the beginning of summer, residents there have already experienced ...

    Article : 360 words
  26. MOTOR MISHAP.

    On Saturday afternoon a motor car accident happened on the main western roadin the car were Mr. James Hyslop, of Summer-street, Orange, Mr. Patrick Ryan, of ...

    Article : 144 words
  27. MELBOURNE FRUIT MARKET.

    The following were the rulling wholesale quotations at the Western Market:—Apples, good to choice eating 6/ to 10/, good to choice cooking 6/ to 10/; ban[?] Queensland, 26/ to 39/; lemons, Victorian, 6/ to 8/; ...

    Article : 86 words
  28. HOUSEHOLDERS' TRIALS.

    For several days past Newcastle and the environs have been infested with millions of files and moths. The files, which are striped black and yellow, and bear a close ...

    Article : 190 words
  29. LATE SHIPPING.

    PORT PIRIE.—Arr: Pct. 18, Iron Warrior, from Newcastle. ...

    Article : 18 words
  30. DWELLING DESTROYED BY FIRE.

    A fire broke out in the dwelling occupied by T. Gardiner, George and Goulburn streets. The building was completely destroyed. Mr. Gardiner's furniture, was ...

    Article : 58 words
  31. OBITUARY.

    Mr. William Thomas Keene died at his home, Raymond Terrace, recently, aged 94 years. Mr. Keene, the only son of the late Mr. William Keene, F.G.S., was born near Bayoune, ...

    Article : 115 words
  32. INDEX.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 150 words
  33. WOMEN'S HOSPITAL.

    Extensions to the out-patients' department of the Royal Hospital for Women were opened yesterday by the Minister for Health (Mr. Cann). ...

    Article : 258 words
  34. MOTOR ACCIDENT.

    A motor car with seven passengers crashed into the Tarie Bridge, near Goulburn, yesterday, throwing the passengers over the [?]mbankment, Mrs. A. Ibbetson, of Goulburn, ...

    Article : 519 words
  35. OPTOMETRISTS.

    The fourth State convention of the institute of Optometrists of New South Wales was opened yesterday by Mr. Cann, M.L.A. Mr. W. Ogilvy, the president, deplored the ...

    Article : 161 words
  36. ALLEGED THEFT.

    Joseph Pedley, aged 18, a junior teacher at Wellington Square State School, Launceston, was found lying on the ground behind a gate, leading to a billiard saloon in Patterson-street ...

    Article : 164 words
  37. WIRELESS STATION REFUSED.

    "It is with great regreat that we find ourselves unable to make arrangements for a coast station at Newcastle." In these words the Postmaster-General (Mr. Gibson) dealt ...

    Article : 175 words
  38. MRS. W. M. RYAN.

    Mrs. W. M. Ryan, widow of the late Mr. J. M. Ryan, of Orange and Bathurst, and a daughter of the late Mr. James Dalton, of Orange, died on Friday at her residence, ...

    Article : 94 words
  39. CONSTABLE'S OFFENCE.

    In April last premises occupied by Sa[?]el Hunt, water policeman, of Fremantle, and a house at Midland Junction, where Hunt was a frequent visitor, were searched by ...

    Article : 127 words
  40. ADVERTISEMENTS.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 199 words
  41. ALDERMAN H. B. SWAN.

    The death occurred yesterday, at his residence, Ewenton-street, Balmain, of Alderman Henry Brisbane Swan, the "father" of the Balmain Municipal Council, at the age of ...

    Article : 249 words
  42. WIRELESS EXHIBITION.

    A wireless exhibition and information bureau in aid of the Cancer Research Fund was opened in the Technical College, Ultime, last night. Mr. Nangle, Director of Technical ...

    Article : 170 words
  43. THE LATE BRO. GEORGE, M.A.

    The Headmasters' Association, at its last meeting, adopted the following resolution, moved by the Rev. Dr. C. G. Prescott (Newington College), and seconded by the Rev. E. ...

    Article : 246 words
  44. STEAMER RIO CLARO.

    The steamer Rio Claro, after a trying adventure on Scott's Reef, a section of the Great Harrier, berthed at Cairns wharf unter her own steam at 12.25 this morning. The ...

    Article : 73 words
  45. AUSTRALIAN ENGLISH ASSOCIATION.

    The Australian English Association will hold a meeting at Beale's Salon, 340 George-street, this evening. The proceedings will take the form of a debate on "Shakespeare ...

    Article : 85 words
  46. LATE SPORTING.

    Melbourne Cup: Ben Lemond, Henare, Tragedy King, Paroodus, Caserta, Bravado. Cantain Stakes: Chickling, Bravado. All engagements: Pilliewinkle, Wat Lu, Sans ...

    Article : 33 words
  47. ASCOT THOUSAND.

    The Ascot Thousand was decided in perfect weather to-day, Result:- ASCOT THOUSAND of £1000, first horse £700, second £150, third £75, fourth £50, and fifth £25 (for ...

    Article : 257 words
  48. FIREMEN'S BUSY DAY.

    During yesterday the fire brigages in the city and suburbs received 54 calls to fires. The record number of calls for one day in Sydney stands at 68. ...

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  49. IRISH CONCERT.

    Generous support was given to a concert in the Town Hall last night, the proceeds of which will go towards the cost of erecting bronze ruilings and gates on the memorial ...

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  50. TO-DAY.

    Her Majesty's Theatre: "Rose Marie," 7.50. Theatre Royal: "Aren't We All?" 8. Criterian: "They Knew What They Wanter," 8.10. St. James Theatre: "Mercenary Mary," 8. ...

    Article : 156 words
  51. MISS BERYL GRAY'S PUPILS.

    Miss Beryl Gray and her pupils gave a recital at St. James's Hall last night. Miss Gray, in the varying moods of her character sketohes, proved attractive and ingenuous. She and Mr. Renben Gray acted ...

    Article : 193 words
  52. UNCONTROLLED YOUTHS.

    Mr. G. Westcote Thompson, of Surry Hills, in a letter to the editor of the "Herald," asks that some society interested in juvenile welfare should devote its attention to the many ...

    Article : 55 words
  53. SIR JAMES CARROLL.

    The death is announced of Sir James Carroll, M.L.C., aged 69, following a severe heart attack. ...

    Article : 25 words
  54. RUBBER FLOOR FOR HOSPITAL.

    The casualty operating ward of the Royal Alexandra Hospital for Children, Camperdown, has just been fitted with a rubber floor, the gift of the Rubber Growers' Association. The ...

    Article : 76 words
  55. BATHS FOR CITY CHILDREN.

    The health committee of the City Council yesterday unanimously approved of a reduction from /3 to /1 for children under 14 in the prices for admission to the Pyrmont and ...

    Article : 37 words
  56. CANBERRA TULIPS.

    A collection of tulips grown at Canberra and forwarded to Sydney by courtesy of the Federal Capital Commission, will to-day be on view in Scarl's window, 397 George-street. ...

    Article : 31 words
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