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  2. COUNTRY NEWS. CASUALTIES TO MINERS

    Mr. G. Brown (district coroner), held an Inquiry concerning the death of Henry Innes (27), miner, who was fatally injured by a fall of stone on July 19 in Stanford-Merthyr ...

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  3. INFANTS' HEALTH.

    A favourable reply was given by the Minister for Health (Mr. Cann) yesterday, to a representative deputation of women, which urged the increased establishment throughout ...

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  4. PETROL TAX. Non-users of Roads.

    Discussion of the new petrol duties formed one of the principal items of business at the meeting of the Nationalist party to-day. It is understood that in order to meet the ...

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  5. GIPSY SMITH.

    Again last night hundreds of people were unable to gain admission to the Hippodrome, where Gipsy Smith held his mission service. Mr. G. K. Ardill announced that a splendid ...

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  6. TENDERS INQUIRY.

    Further evidence was heard yesterday by the Commissioner (Mr. J. B. Holme) who is inquiring into the conduct and methods of Government departments in dealing with ...

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  7. DUTCH LAMPS.

    The Town Clerk (Mr. Layton) stated last evening that he had been supplied by Noyes Bros. with the original of the cable message they had received from the head office of the ...

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  8. PROPOSED RAILWAY FROM ST. LEONARDS TO EASTWOOD.

    The Minister for Works and Railways (Mr. Flannery) yesterday promised representatives of the northern suburban municipal councils that the Government would, during the next ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. SHORTAGE OF TRUCKS FOR METAL

    Men are being discharged from road work owing to shortage of metal, due to the quarries being unable to obtain trucks from the Railway Department. ...

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  10. TRAFFIC CASES IN ALBURY.

    At a recent meeting of the Albury Muncipal Council Alderman Burt stated that a member of the council had made a request to the police not to co-operate with the ...

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  11. REFERENDUM. Campaign Against Proposals.

    Sir Arthur Robinson, president of the recently-formed Federal Union, continued his campaign against the referendum proposals by addrossing the Liberal Club at the ...

    Article : 337 words
  12. WOMEN'S REST ROOMS.

    The official opening of the Country Women's Association rest rooms was performed by Mrs. Studdy, general president of the New South Wales section. About 300 women, from ...

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  13. ACCOUNTANCY.

    Criticism of what he described as the mushroom growth of accountants' institutes in Australia was voiced by Mr. P. N. Yarwood in his address last night to the annual ...

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  14. SNAKE ATTACKS CALVES.

    A dairyman is having a bitter experlience with a snake. This week the reptile attacked a calf which was drinking its evening meal. Apparently the snake had been ...

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  15. MOTOR BOAT OWNERS PROTEST.

    Mr. Ernest C. Griffith, hon. secretary of the Motor Yacht Club of New South Wales, In a letter to the Editor of the "Herald," writes:— On behalf of the above club and the ...

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  16. M.U.I.O.O.F.

    Bro. J. Morrison presided at the 17th annual district meeting of delegates of M.U.I.O.O.F. lodges operating in the Tweed River district. The election of officers for the ensuing term ...

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  17. ABERGELDIE ESTATE

    A deputation consisting of the Mayor of Petersham (Alderman J. H. Weekley) and alderman of the Petersham Municipnl Council waited on the Minister for Lands (Mr. P. F. ...

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  18. VALUELESS CHEQUES

    For passing valueless cheques a blacksmith named Arthur Collins Nicholls, to-day received a sentence of 18 months' imprisonment, Nicholos lived at the rate of over £20,000 ...

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  19. ARBOR DAY.

    Arbor Day will be held to-day, and an appeal has been issued by the Australian Forest League to school teachers and local government and other public bodies to plant trees in ...

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  20. MR. BAVIN'S TOUR.

    Mr. T. R. Bavin, M.L.A., leader of the State Opposition, accompanied by Messrs. Ball, Bennett, Doe, Arkins, and Hill, M's.L.A., visited Kempsey yesterday, addressing a meeting of ...

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  21. "NON-PARTY."

    Mr. James Dunlop, president of the New South Wales Chamber of Commerce, stated yesterday that the Referendum proposals would be approached by his organisation in ...

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  22. SCOUTS' PARENTS' ASSOCIATION

    At the annual meeting of the Morce Boy Scouts' Parents end Supporters' Association, Scoutmaster F. A. McConnaghy reported a successful year, with a scout membership of ...

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  23. SEQUEL TO SHOOTING CASE.

    Richard Leon Elin was charged at the Central Summons Court yesterday with having failed to take reasonable precautions to ensure the safety of an automatic pistol. ...

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  24. TRADE UNION CONGRESS.

    The Victorian Labour "No" committee to-day approved of the action of Mr. A. C. Willis (N.S.W.), Vice-president of the executive Council, in convening an All-Australian Trade ...

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  25. HEAD-ON COLLISION.

    Two brothers were seriously injured at Wahroonga about 6 o'clock yesterday afternoon, when the motor cycle on which they were proceeding along Fox Valley-road, ...

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  26. CLARENCE RIVER BRIDGE.

    Dissatisfaction was exprepsed by the Grafton Chamber of Commerce with the uncertainty regarding the construction of the Clarence River Bridge at Grafton. The president, Mr. ...

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  27. WOMEN'S COUNCIL.

    The conference of the National Councils of Women to-day curried a resolution affirming the principle of State censorship of films in addition of Federal consorship, and stating ...

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  28. VISITING BOXERS.

    One of the most successful charity carnivals witnessed for many yenrs was staged at the Stadium last night, before a large attendance. It was a carnival in aid of children's ...

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  29. DOG MYSTERY SOLVED.

    Several days ago it was reported to the Bathurst police that a black Pomeranian dog, worth £150, had been stolen from the residence of Father Dowd, at Bathurst. ...

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  30. GARDEN ISLAND.

    In a report presented to-day to the House of Representatives the Public Works Committee recommended that in order to provide accommodation for the new cruisers due in ...

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  31. COOMA INQUIRY.

    Additional particulars regarding the state of the tides and currents off North Reef about the time the Cooma went aground were given to-day by witnesses before the Court of ...

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  32. SUNDAY FOOTBALL.

    The subject of Sunday sport is receiving much attention in Albury, owing to the determination of supporters of Rugby League football to push the point to finality. Prior ...

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  33. MISSING MAN'S BODY FOUND.

    John Rusbourne, who left his home on Monday morning to go to the town common to get handles for napping hammers nnd failed to return home, was found dead about two ...

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  34. INDEX. NEWS.

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  35. BURIED BODY.

    Inquiries were begun to-day into the death of a labourer who had been camped with a mate in a tent near the Mirboo North railway station. Two or three days ago ...

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  36. IMPOUNDING STOCK.

    The present system of impounding stock does not meet with the approval of Tweed Shire Council. At the last meeting Councillor Faulks said that two milking cows found on ...

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  37. FRUIT.

    By a proclamation published to-day in the "Commonwealth Gazette," the exportation from Australia is prohibited of all dried fruits of canned apricots, cherries, penches, pears, ...

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  38. ADVERTISEMENTS.

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  39. BOYS INJURED AT FOOTBALL.

    Five pupils from the Taree High School were injured in a football match agains Kompsey yesterday. A. Tarman sustained a fractured arm: H. Bindley, concussion of the ...

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  40. COMPENSATION. SHIPPING INSURANCE COMPANY

    The interstate shipping companies have formed a special insurance company to insure their employees in compliance with the provisions of the Workers' Compensation Act. ...

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  41. OLD MAN'S DEATH.

    Trapped in a blazing tent in the bush near the Rookwood Cemetery yesterday morning, Henry Francis Hunter, an old man, was burned to death. His charred remains were ...

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  42. BUNKER COAL.

    Considerable interest was evinced among ferry passengers yesterday regarding the mechanical coal-loading plant alongside the steamer Marella, which is lying at No. 5 wharf, ...

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  43. BOTH ARMS BROKEN.

    William John Payne, a well-known former at Burrawang, bad both arms broken when loading wood on a dray. He was lifting a heavy log, which slipped and fell back on ...

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  44. MYSTERIOUS TRAGEDY.

    There was a sensation to-day when it became known that two employees of Burns Philp and Co., Ltd., had been found dead. It was hinted by the police that disclosures ...

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  45. MOTOR YACHT CLUB.

    There was a large attendance at the Motor Yacht. Club's 21st anniversary dinner at the clubhouse, Rose Bay, last night. The Governor, Sir Dudley de Chair, was present, and ...

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  46. THE SHEARING INDUSTRY.

    As section 43 of the Workers' Compensation Act requires employers to keep posted at every factory, workshop, or shop a summary of the requirements of the Act in regard to giving ...

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  47. CAR STRIKES POST.

    Four occupants of a motor car were Injured at 12.5 a.m. yesterday, when the vehicle crashed into a telegraph pole. The car was badly smashed. ...

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  48. TO-DAY.

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  49. ALBURY COUNCIL'S VIEWS.

    The Albury Council has refused to cooperate in thee holding of a protest meetingn Wagga in regard to the Workers' Compensation Act, on the ground that the subject ...

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  50. RIVER LACHLAN.

    The moderately heavy rains of a few days ago, added to the fairly constant preceding rains, have caused the Lachlan River to rise to a high level at Forbes. ...

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  51. SUSPECT ARRESTED.

    Detective-sergeant Barclay and Detective Clarke arrested a man in a pawnbroker's store [?]the city yesterday and changed him with having two diamonds in his possession ...

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  52. KURING-GAI SHIRE.

    Nominations for the acancy in Kuringgai Shire Council, caused by the resignation of Mr. Norman McIatosh, closed last evening. The shire clerk and returning officer (Mr. ...

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