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  2. LABOUR PARTY.

    The first meeting of the newly-elected A.L.P. executive will be held at the Trades Hall on Friday night. Among the matters listed for consideration ...

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  3. SCIENCE NOTES.

    Bed rest instead of physical exercise, and deep exhaling from the lungs, in addition to the usual non-fattening diet, are prescribed as a cure for obesity by Dr. G. Leven, general ...

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  4. COUNTRY NEWS. SHIRE PRESIDENT CHARGED.

    A unique case set down for hearing at the Lismore Petty Sessions was one in which John Allen, clerk of Gundurimba Shire Council, in his capacity as returning officer ...

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  5. SIR ROSS SMITH.

    A visitor to the curious old studios of that eminent sculptor Mr. F. Brook Hitch, A.R.B.S., at St. John's Wood, finds difficulty at first in realising that out of the seeming ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. BUSH BOOK CLUB.

    "To all book-lovers the provision of books for those who would otherwise be debarred from reading can never seem a small and unimportant work, but to-day the Bush Book ...

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  7. THE WORKING WEEK.

    The Premier (Mr. Lyons) said last night that the 44-hours proposal at the present time would be the last straw. The industrial competition of Victoria would crush them out ...

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  8. THE HOSPITALS.

    The Minister for Local Government (Mr. Fitzgerald), who addressed the annual conference of the Hospitals' Association of New South Wales yesterday, in the absence of the ...

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  9. ARBITRATION.

    An indication of the serious view taken by union officials generally on the question of the 44-hour week was given in the Commonwealth Arbitration Court to-day, when ...

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  10. COONABARABRAN ROADS.

    The Shire Council decided to inform the Main Roads Board that if the Coonabarabran-Mendooran road, which is the direct Sydney road, and also that for the central-west, was ...

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  11. IMMIGRATION.

    Brigadier J. Imrie, resident secretary in Australia for the Salvation Army's immigration scheme, announced yesterday that 5000 new settlers had emigrated to Australia ...

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  12. ALLEGED DESERTERS.

    Two men, who, it is alleged, deserted from H.M.S. Delhi, while that vessel was visiting New Zealand recently, leaped from the steamer Marama at Miller's Point last night, ...

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  13. INVERELL WATER SUPPLY.

    Delay has occurred in sinking the bore for an underground supply of water for Inverell. The bore is being sunk at the council's power house, expecting to tap the bed of the old river, ...

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  14. BOARDING-HOUSE FIRE.

    The Dorrigo Coffee Palace, one of the largest buildings in Dorrigo, was destroyed by fire at an early hour on Sunday morning. The outbreak, which occurred in an upstairs parlour. ...

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  15. THE CENOTAPH.

    The Police Department has replied to a question from the City Council that the Cenotaph which it is proposed to erect in Martinplace will not interfere with traffic if its ...

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  16. MR. CHARLTON'S TELEGRAM.

    The leader of the Federal Opposition (Mr. M. Chalton) yeterda sea the following telegram to the Prime Minister (Mr. Bruce):[?]"In view of the present dispute in ...

    Article : 83 words
  17. ALLEGED THEFT.

    Consequent on the receipt at police headquarters of a cable message from New Zealand, Detectives Comans and Gilbert boarded the steamer Marama when she berthed at ...

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  18. FIRE AT MUDGEE.

    A fire occurred at Herbert-street, Gulgong, yesterday morning. Gudgeon's motor garage and Stuckey's bakery were burnt to the ground. Bucket brigades were formed ...

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  19. BRIBERY CHARGES.

    The whole of to-day's inquiry into the allegations of bribery made by a bookmaker, Samuel Lampard, against members of the South Australian police force, was taken up ...

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  20. OVERLAPPING.

    The overlanping of both the Commonwealth end State industrial jurisdiction has been the cause of numerous industrial disputes in New South Wales. ...

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  21. POWER-HOUSE DAMAGED.

    Owing to a terrific gale which swept through Goulburn on Sunday evening a large branch from a tree was huried into the overhead electric cables, causing the wires in ...

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  22. LAUNCH IN DISTRESS.

    Early last night a telephone message was received by the South Head Signal Station that a launch had broken down out at sea between the northern headland of Botany Bay ...

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  23. STORM AT LITHGOW.

    Last week-end was the roughest experienced in Lithgow for some time. The wind blew with hurricane force, particularly on Sunday, and some damage was done to fences ...

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  24. NEWCASTLE. WHITE AUSTRALIA.

    That the White Australia policy was not only Justifiable from political and economical view points, but also from the standard of Christian ethics was the opinion expressed by ...

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  25. TORNADO.

    A tornado, which was conlined to a narrow path, struck a portion of Nelson, City last night and left, in its wake considerable destruction. fences being torn down, and houses ...

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  26. DENGUE FEVER.

    The dengue fever epidemic is very prevalent in the Maclean district. Most of the nursing staff of the Maclean Hospital are sufferers, necessitating the engagement of a ...

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  27. RESCUED FROM HARBOUR.

    As the ferry steamer Koomparloo was drawing alongside No. 5 jetty, Circular Quay, shortly after 8 o'clock yesterday morning. Thomas James Doherty, aged 16 years, of ...

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  28. ABORIGINES' REMAINS.

    Mr. W. W. Sharpe, anthropologist to the Australian Museum, recently, under the guidance of Mr. T. H. Pearse, of Hinton, visited the Anna Bay district, where winds have ...

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  29. GELATINE.

    When he had inspected yesterday the huge works of Davic Gelatine (Australia, Ltd.) at Botany, and had seen how, by a complex process, confectionery, glue, baking powder. ...

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  30. EMPIRE PARLIAMENTARY BELEGATION.

    Sir Howard d'Eguille, secretary of the United Kingdom branch of the Empire Parliamentary Association, who is organising the British group of the Empire Parliamentary ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  31. CERISE AND SILVER.

    Beautiful frocks, gleaming with cerise and scintillating with silver, were worn at the cerise and silver carnival dance at the Ambaasadors last night in aid of the building ...

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  32. MAN BURIED IN TRENCH.

    Charles Lucas, aged 45 years, of Allenavenue, Petersham, was working in a trench in Hollingshead-street, Mascot, yesterday, when he was buried by a sudden inrush of ...

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  33. MOTOR DRIVERS FINED.

    Robert Samuel Warnes, who recently figured in a serious motor lorry accident on the Howlong-road, was fined £10 for not holding a driver's license at the time. He ...

    Article : 97 words
  34. LAKE MACQUARIE LIGHTING.

    It was announced in a mayoral minute adopted by the Newcastle City Council to-night that the Caledonian Collieries, Ltd., had Intimated in writing that their solicitors were ...

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  35. MAYTIME BALL.

    Having secured the first "dress" night of the newly-opened Palias Royal for their dance last night, the members of the Sydney Hospital auxiliary weer assured of success. The ...

    Article : 470 words
  36. INDEX. NEWS.

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  37. CHILD KILLED.

    A fatal accident occurred at Rappville on Saturday. Logs were being loaded on a waggon, when one slipped, and, rolling off, killed a son of Mr. Vernon Small, aged 2[?] ...

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  38. MOTOR CYCLE COLLISION.

    Sidney Smith, about 17 years of age, of North Kiama, lies in the Kiama Hospital in a critical condition, through a motor cycle that he was riding ...

    Article : 81 words
  39. ADVERTISEMENTS.

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  40. POWER ALCOHOL.

    At the sitting of the Motor Transport Conference, to-day, two scientists described the project of producing power alcohol from prickly pear as impracticable. ...

    Article : 134 words
  41. HEALTHY CHILDREN.

    Dr. Cawley Madden, of the Education Department, stated last night that the Gilgandra school children were the healthiest he had ever examined. He attributed this to ...

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  42. ST. ANDREW'S.

    Referring, in an address at St. Aidan's, Longueville, to the proposed removal of St. Andrew's Cathedral, the Rev. S. G. Fielding said that the necessity for doing something ...

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  43. MURRAY RIVER.

    A new proposal for furnishing a navigable outlet for the Murray River to the sea has been propounded by Vice-Admiral Sir William Creswell. This is to extend the present ...

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  44. FATAL SHOOTING ACCIDENT.

    Arthur Cord, the 13-year-old son of Mrs. Cord, widow, of Romwick, accidentally fatally shot his sister, Mary Isobel, aged 9, on Saturday. Arthur had the rifle cocked ...

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  45. OLD MAN MISSING.

    The Forbes police to-day are dragging the Lachlan River in the vicinity of South Forbes, in an endeavour to find the body of a man believed to be named Murray. He is an old-age ...

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  46. MOTOR CYCLISTS.

    Anxiety was expressed in Sydney last night for the safety of Leonard Jones, aged 20 years, of Fivedock, and William Kennedy, aged l8 years, of Hurstville, who, left Sydney ...

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  47. TO-DAY.

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  48. OLD SOUTH HEAD-ROAD.

    A deputation, consisting of Bondi ratepayers waited upon the Waverley Council last evening to ask that the £20,000 required for the reconditioning of Old South Head-road ...

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  49. TREE-FELLING ACCIDENT.

    Frank McLean, 28, met with a terrible accident near Coombell, 15 miles from Casino, yesterday afternoon. He was felling a tree when another one fell. It struck another ...

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  50. CANBERRA LEASES.

    Further opportunity to acquire leases for bot [?]residential and business sites in Canberra City will be provided on May 29, when the second sale of leases will be held. Eighty ...

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  51. RAIL MOTOR.

    The Railway Department announced yesterday that a rail-motor service would be introduced between Goulburn and Crookwell on Monday next. ...

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  52. PEDESTRIAN INJURED.

    After nighting from a tram at the corner of Oxford and Moncur streets Woollahra last night, Charles Hunch, aged 42 years, of Moncur-street, was knocked down by a motor ...

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  53. YOUNG WOMAN INJURED.

    According to a report made to the police, a motorist knocked down and injured a young woman at the Intersection of Woronora-road and Jeffery-street, Hurstville, last ...

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  54. MIGRATION COMMISSION.

    The features of the Migration and Developmental Commission Bill were, it is believed, dealt with by the Federal Cabinet to-day, and a pr[?]liminary examination was made of the ...

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  55. MOTOR CYCLIST KILLED.

    Vere D'Anvergen, an armourer mechanic. employed at Point Cook aerodrome, was killed instantly this afternoon, when a motor cycle that he was riding collided with a motor ...

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