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  2. DEATH OF MR. H. C. HOYLE.

    Mr. H. C. Hoyle, formerly a Minister for Railways and Mines and an Assistant Treasurer in the Holman Ministry, died at his home. Leoncliffe, New South ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 505 words
  3. COUNTRY NEWS. GARDENER FALLS INTO TRENCH.

    Whilst William Young, a market gardener was crossing the gardens on Tarcutta-road last night, he stumbled into a deep drain and sustained a fractured left leg. He was ...

    Article : 77 words
  4. REFERENDUM. MR. BRUCE'S PLANS.

    With the approach of the close of the Federal session, Ministers and members are making their plans for the campaign which will precede the taking of the referendum ...

    Article : 212 words
  5. ENGINEDRIVERS.

    Mr. C. Hibble, chairman of the Coal Tribunal, has refused the application of the Federated Enginedrivers and Firemen's Association for a variation of its award, to ...

    Article : 636 words
  6. FORESTRY EXPERT.

    Mr. William Freeman, who served in the Lands Department for about 45 years, and was responsible for the laying out of National Park and the surveying of the Lady Carrington ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. FEDERAL SESSION.

    The debate on the Budget which was continued in the House of Representatives today was lifeless. Before the general debate has been concluded, however, the Prime ...

    Article : 1,118 words
  8. COMPENSATION. Disastrous Effects.

    Telegrams from country districts report that the effect of the Workers' Compensation Act has been disastrous. It is feared that many industries will stagnate unless the Act ...

    Article : 126 words
  9. ANTHROPOLOGY. Study of Primitive Man.

    Professor A. R. Radcliffe-Brown, M.A., who was appointed to the recently-created Chair of Anthropology at the University of Sydney, delivered his inaugural lecture in the Great ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  10. MOUNTAIN HOME BURNT.

    At 1 o'clock this morning, the beautiful mountain home in Lilianfels-road, owned by Mr. Maurice Stuckgold, a Sydney financier, caught fire. The brigade succeeded in saving ...

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  11. ALLEGED ASSAULT ON GUARD.

    At the Casino Police Court to-day Harold Connors, John Waters, George Henry Honery, and Charles Hohory were charged with doing actual bodily harm to Thomas Hicks, a ...

    Article : 126 words
  12. WHOLESALE DISMISSALS.

    The effect of the Workers' Compensation Act has been disastrous in the Yass district. A great many men have lost their employment, some after being on the one station ...

    Article : 131 words
  13. PRICE OP BREAD INCREASED.

    The master bakers and pastrycooks held a conference regarding the recent advances in the price of flour, and the added costs of production resulting from the recent legislation. ...

    Article : 97 words
  14. MR. MARR'S SPEECH.

    The Honorary Minister nnd Secretary to the Federal Cabinet (Mr. Marr) writes, stating that in his address to the members of the Metal Trades' Employers' Association on ...

    Article : 131 words
  15. PROTEST BY FARMERS.

    At the annual meeting of the Wellington district council of the F. and S. Association, Mr. H. V. Thorby, M.L.A., president of the Macquaric district council, said that the ...

    Article : 189 words
  16. MOTOR MECHANIC INJURED.

    Harry Williams, a young mechanic, met with a painful accident to-day. He was blowing up a motor tyre when it "blew out," bursting the steel rim and sending a shower of spokes ...

    Article : 66 words
  17. EMPLOYERS' OPPOSITION.

    At a joint meeting of representatives of the South Australia Chamber of Manufactures, the Adelaide Chamber of Commerce and the South Australian Employers' Federation, a ...

    Article : 58 words
  18. GUN ACCIDENT.

    A gun accident occurred in the Evans' Plat a district this morning, the victim being Athol Wren, a porter at the Bathurst Railway Station. He is now an inmate of the district ...

    Article : 102 words
  19. PIONEER ENGINEER.

    Mr. Alexander Ferrier Watson, one of the pioneer engineers of New South Wales railways, died at his residence at inverlochy, Mosman, at the age of 86 years. He joined ...

    Article : 201 words
  20. PROPOSALS CONDEMNED.

    Speakiug at the monthly meeting of the Master Builders' Association last evening, Mr. Foster, M.L.A., strongly condemned the proposed alterations to the Commonwealth ...

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  21. COST TO DAIRY COMPANY.

    Under the new Compensation Act the Manning River Dairy Company will have to meet a heavy premium for this year's wages, £975/3/4. The premium will be £317/2/11 ...

    Article : 53 words
  22. CAR AND LORRY IN COLLISION.

    Two motor vehicles came into collision in Fitzmaurice-street to-day. A car driven by Rupert Harrison, of Urana-road, was turning to the right, and when about midway across ...

    Article : 116 words
  23. CRANEDRIVERS. STRIKE UNSETTLED.

    Representatives of the unions affected by the strike of cranedrivers on the Sydney Harbour bridge have under consideration proposals for a settlement of the trouble, but no ...

    Article : 106 words
  24. INCREASED COST OF BUILDING.

    The statement has been made by several local builders that they will be made practically insolvent through the operations of the Workers' Compensation Act. They entered, ...

    Article : 144 words
  25. INAUGURAL LECTURE.

    There was a large and representative attendance in the Great Hall last night when Professor Radcliffe-Brown delivered his inaugural lecture. The Chancellor, Sir William Cullen, ...

    Article : 350 words
  26. LATE MR. D. LEY.

    Mr. David Ley, whose death is announced from Newcastle, was for 40 years in business in East Maitland as a chemist and bookseller. He retired only a few months ago on account ...

    Article : 83 words
  27. BACKHAUS.

    Bach, Schumann, Liszt, and Chopin were represented in Mr. Backhaus's programme at the Town Hall last night, a varied field being thus furnished, in which the comprehensive ...

    Article : 587 words
  28. DR. FIASCHI.

    Fifty years of professional life and devoted, conscientious citizenship in Australia have won for Dr. T. Flaschi the rich reward of a general admiration, which was demonstratively ...

    Article : 379 words
  29. LONG BAY RIFLE RANGE.

    It is intended that portion of the Long Bay Rifle Range facing Long Bay-road shall be reserved for residential purposes. The Randwick Municipal Council will request the ...

    Article : 82 words
  30. MAN'S HAND LACERATED.

    Mr. Harry Burwood, while attending a power planer in his father's coach factory this morning had his hand caught in the machine, and it was badly lacerated. The first two fingers ...

    Article : 45 words
  31. COMMENT BY MR. LANG.

    "As Mr. Ennis, director of Dorman, Long, and Co., points out, the position in regard to the cranedrivers is somewhat complicated," said Mr. Lang yesterday. "By the terms of ...

    Article : 300 words
  32. FRIENDLY SOCIETIES.

    Speaking at a dinner given to two prominent members of the M.U.I.O.O.F. Lodge, the P.D.G.M. (Brother P. Dowd) said that despite the Premier's assertions the Workers' ...

    Article : 114 words
  33. MR. JAMES RYAN, M.L.C.

    Mr. J. Ryan, M.L.C., who has been a resident of Lithgow for 41 years, will in future reside at Sydney. Mr. Ryan's departure from the town will be regretted by his many ...

    Article : 159 words
  34. JEWELLER ARRESTED.

    A Russian jeweller and musician was arrested by Detectives Sadler and Ryan last night on a warrant charging him with larceny of diamonds worth £452/2/, of which he was ...

    Article : 35 words
  35. INDEX. NEWS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 164 words
  36. FLOODS.

    Reminiscent of the great floods of 1917 the south-western portion of Western Australia has been deluged with floods that have cut off the metropolitan area from the outlying ...

    Article : 282 words
  37. HOTELKEEPERS FINED.

    At the Wagga police court, several Wagga hotelkeepers were charged with having sold whisky below the standard required under the Act. Inspector Thomas McHenry (Department ...

    Article : 147 words
  38. CANBERRA STRIKE.

    An industrial dispute has occurred at Canberra which affects approximately 700 employees working on the city sewerage reticulation, including the pump hands engaged on ...

    Article : 194 words
  39. CITY RAILWAY.

    The Railway Commissioners, at the City Council last night, informed the aldermen that they could not agree to change the name of the Museum station of the city raliway ...

    Article : 86 words
  40. ADVERTISEMENTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 248 words
  41. LUCKNOW PIONEER'S DEATH.

    The death has occurred of Mrs. Elizabeth Bryant, an old resident of Lucknow, at the age of 90 years. A month ago the deceased fell at her home, breaking her left thigh. ...

    Article : 85 words
  42. INCREASED PRICES.

    In a statement to-day the general manager of the British Imperial Oil Co., Ltd. (Mr. E. E. Wagstaff), warned the public that that company could not undertake the payment of ...

    Article : 246 words
  43. THE KOORINGA.

    The precautions taken in loading the cargo of benzine into the Holyman line steamer Kooringa at the Newport wharf before the departure of the vessel for Tasmanian ports ...

    Article : 188 words
  44. MOTOR FATALITY.

    A man whose identity has not been definitely established by the police, was knocked down and killed by a motor car in William-street, Darlinghurst, last night. ...

    Article : 119 words
  45. PREFERENCE LEAGUE.

    When it was announced that the Great White Train intended visiting Lismore objection was raised locally to its methods, Mr. E. McMillan, manager of the train, has now ...

    Article : 339 words
  46. MOTION PICTURES.

    Until the faults and the virtues of moving pictures were reviewed last night by the Deputy Federal Consor (Mr. W. Cresswell O'Reilly) in an address before members of ...

    Article : 332 words
  47. GIPSY SMITH.

    The luncheon-hour mission service by Gipsy Smith at the Pitt-street Congregational Church yesterday attracted so many people that the building was full before the service ...

    Article : 311 words
  48. MINERALS.

    Minerals, other than gold, coal, and precious stones, produced in Queensland during the quarter ended June 30, were valued at £102,465, compared with £210,850 for the ...

    Article : 67 words
  49. NEW ZEALAND FLOUR.

    The price of New Zealand flour in Wellington, which was reduced five shillings a ton a few days ago, has been raised by ten shillings. This is said to be due to a rise in ...

    Article : 82 words
  50. TO-DAY.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 147 words
  51. MAORI FOOTBALLERS.

    The New Zealand Rugby Union has received a cable from its London representative that, according to information received by him from the Paris offices of the P. and O. line, ...

    Article : 65 words
  52. WEAKENED JUDICIARY.

    The serious and continued Illness of Mr. Justice James has occasioned sympathy throughout the legal profession, and no little anxiety in judicial circles in view of the ...

    Article : 142 words
  53. 44 HOURS.

    Arrangements are being made by the unions at the Trades Hall to present an application to the Commonwealth Arbitration Court for a uniform 44-hour week throughout Australia. ...

    Article : 56 words
  54. PROPOSED NEW FERRY.

    A deputation of residents of the eastern suburbs interested in the establishment of a ferry service between Watson's Bay and Manly yesterday interviewed the Mayor of Manly ...

    Article : 101 words
  55. LOSS IN 'BUS.

    William Page Price, of Dowling-street, Moore Park, reported to the Regent-street police station last night that he lost the sum of about £830 from his pocket while he was ...

    Article : 51 words
  56. THREE GIRLS ARRESTED.

    Three girls, 16, 17, and 19 years, were arrested by the Darlinghurst police last night, upon a charge of stealing goods worth £100 from the residence of Mary Park, in ...

    Article : 42 words
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