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  2. COUNTRY NEWS.

    The Erina Shire Council is forwarding to the Main Roads Board a letter urging that council was now having surveyed that, as Mooney Creek, between Peat's Ferry and ...

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  3. INFLUENZA.

    Alderman Brooks, at the meeting of the City Council health committee yesterday, stated that as the Federal Medical Officer of Health had issued a warning in regard to ...

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  4. RAILWAYMEN.

    In the Commonwealth Arbitration Court to-day Mr. Justice Powers outlined his proposed award for engine-drivers, firemen, and cleaners on the Victorian, New South Wales, ...

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  5. THE METHODISTS.

    The Methodist Conference concluded its session in the Conference Hall yesterday. The Rev. Harold Wheen, president of the conference, was in the chair. ...

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  6. STATE ELECTIONS.

    Mr. Parkhill (general secretary to the Nationalist Association) has the arrangements well in hand for the launching of the Nationalist campaign for the forthcoming State ...

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  7. THE CITY EAST TELEPHONE EXCHANGE.

    The City Kast Telephone Exchange, situate in Liverpool-street, near Darlinghurst, will, when in operation, mean the closing of the William-street and Paddington Exchanges. It will also enable the William-street Post-office, which is now the only obstruction to the complete widening of William-street, to be removed. The new exchange was constructed by Messrs. John Howie and Sons, at a cost of £13,200. The building consists of two floors, and is of ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  8. CO[?]AGE DESTROYED BY FIRE.

    On Saturday night Mr. J. Brain discovered that his cottage, in Sheedy's Gully, was on fire. The family had been out, and the building was well alight. As the cottage was ...

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  9. LILYDALE MYSTERY.

    Despite further investigations by detectives to-day there was not much fresh light thrown on the death of William Wallace Bent, who was found on Saturday morning in a street ...

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  10. NEW CATHOLIC SCHOOL.

    The foundation-stone of a boys' school and residence was laid by Archbishop Kelly on Sunday afternoon. The sum of £2047 was subscribed. The Archbishop said that that ...

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  11. LITHGOW RAILWAY STATION.

    Without any formal ceremony, the new Lithgow railway station came into use for coaching traffic last night. The first train to stop at the new station was a passenger ...

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  12. FIRE AT CESSNOCK.

    A dwelling occupied by Arthur Picton was completely destroyed by fire in the early hours of Saturday morning. Picton was awakened by a crackling noise, and barely ...

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  13. THROWN FROM DELIVERY CART.

    The driver of a baker's cart, W. C. Kennedy, sustained concussion of the brain owing to the horse attached to the cart bolting. The cart was capsized, and Kennedy was ...

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  14. LATE FINANCIAL.

    Sales on 'Change to-day included: Commonwealth bonds, 4½ p.c. (1925), £99/17/6, £99/13/9, £99/15/; 4. p.c. (1927). £99; 6 p.c. (1930), £100/5/, £100/2/6; 6 p.c. (1920), £100/5/; Executor Trustee, rights, 5/5; ...

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  15. MALVERN TRAMWAYS BAND

    Fresh from its successes in New Zealand, the Malvern Tramways Band, conducted by Mr. Harry Shugg, appeared at the Town Hall last night, when a large audience had the ...

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  16. SHIPS' OFFICERS.

    In the Commonwealth Arbitration Court to-day Captain W. G. Lawrence, on behalf of the Merchant Service Guild, applied to Sir John Quick (Deputy President) for a variation of ...

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  17. THE SUBURBS.

    The Waverley and Wollahra Councils have been asked by the Main Roads Board to formally apply for the proclamation of Old South Head-road as a main road, specifically ...

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  18. INVINCIBLE COLLIERY.

    The invincible colliery at Cullen Bullen, which was idle for three weeks owing to a dispute, resumed work last week. The matters in dispute are to be adjusted. The question ...

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  19. LATE MINING.

    To-day's sales and quotes included:- Silver: Broken Hill Proprietary, 26/6½, 26/9; M.B.O., 26/6, b 26/4½, s 26/7½; Block 14, pref., b 8/, s 8/5; Block 14, ord., b 3/2; Junction North, b 8/2; North, ...

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  20. NORTH SHORE.

    The decision of the Government to appoint Alderman A. A. E. E. C. Reid, of Manly, to the Legislative Assembly as one of the representatives of North Shore in succession to ...

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  21. WOOLLAHRA COUNCIL.

    At last night's meeting of the Woollahra Council, the works committee, reporting in regard to the regrading of Preston-avenue, stated they had visited the locality. They ...

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  22. ALLEGED MURDER OF WIFE.

    Frederick Peter Mount has been arrested at Christchurch on a charge of murdering his wife. He was discovered in a brick kiln at Cashmere Hills. ...

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  23. THE CERAMIC'S PASSENGERS.

    The White Star liner Ceramic from Liverpool, via porls, arrived here yesterday, and berthed at Dalgity's White Star wharf, Miller's Point. The following is a list ot passengers:—Mr. and Mrs. E and ...

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  24. CUNARD LINER SAXONIA.

    The Canard line has disposed of its liner, Saxonia, to foreign buyers for breaking-up purposes, after 24 years' service. The Saxonia, a steel twin screw four-masted steamer ...

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  25. NON-UNIONISTS.

    Preparations have been completed for the "Badge Show" to be held to-morrow and on Wednesday. There i[?] very little prospect of any non-unionist escaping detection. ...

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  26. CHILLED BEEF.

    During the last six years the Australian frozen beef trade has suffered a period of depression, while chilled beef from the Argentine has sold exceptionally well abroad, ...

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  27. LATE SHIPPING.

    ADELAIDE (1084m).—Arr: March 9, Caprera, s, and Ulysses, s, from eastern States; Devon, s, from Liverpool, Kapara, s, from Melbourne; Pipiriki, s, from New York; Khyber, R.M.S., from London. Dep: ...

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  28. CA CANNY.

    The notorious case of the bricklayer who insisted on laying 870 bricks in an hour has led to investigation of trades union customs in old days, says a writer in the "Glasgow Herald." ...

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  29. IN TOUCH BY WIRELESS.

    The followuig vessels are expected to be in touch with the undermentioned wireless [?]ations to-day:- With Sydney: Waitomo, Ferndale, Coolana, Physa, Trewyn, Makambo, Waitemata, Moira, Canadian ...

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  30. PROFESSIONAL FOOTBALL.

    Action has been taken by the local football clubs in the direction of the abolition of professionalism in sport. Last season a large proportion of players ...

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  31. CITY SOUTH AUTOMATIC TELEPHONE EXCHANGE.

    The City South Telephone Exchange, which is situate on the site of the old Little Theatre and Playhouse in Castlereagh-street, next door to the Fire Brigade Headquarters, has just ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  32. NEWCASTLE.

    The reported notion of some boys whose ages range from 15 to 17 years, in wantonly destroying the surf line at Nobby's beach was dealt with at the City Council ...

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  33. GAMES OF CHANCE.

    As a result of a raid by the police at a charity carnival held last week, at St. Kilda, six men were fined at the St. Kilda Court, for having played unlawful games. The ...

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  34. INDEX.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 150 words
  35. CASUALTIES.

    Through a branch of a tree he was climb[?] giving way beneath him, Thomas Haffner, aged 12 years, fell nearly 30 feet in Belmore-road, Burwood, last night. He was taken to ...

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  36. MENTAL HOSPITAL.

    The suggestion that was voiced by Mr. David Parker at the farewell social held in his honour at the administrative offices of the B.H.P. steelworks on Saturday night, that the ...

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  37. SENTENCED FOR FRAUD.

    Harold Brockman, aged 29, was before the City Court on 16 charges of having pushed valueless cheques. It was disclosed that in the course of two moulin, he obtained ...

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  38. MYSTERIOUS POISONING.

    The police are investigating a mysterious case at Vinifera, near Nya[?]. Mrs. Ponzelly, wife of Mr. Ponzelly, a farmer, of Quambatook, with her three children and a maid, Miss ...

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  39. ELDERLY WOMAN'S DEATH.

    The Paddington police are making inquirie[?] into the circumstances of an accident which occurred in Oxford-street, near Elizabeth-street, at 11.30 p.m., on January 23, when a[?] ...

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  40. DAGMAR THOMSON'S RECITAL.

    After studying for two years in Europe with Ysaye, that celebrated vituoso pronounces Miss Dagmar Thomson accomplished both as artist and professor, and that she knows "all ...

    Article : 498 words
  41. ADVERTISEMENTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 198 words
  42. DAIRY PRODUCE BOARD.

    The Minister for Markets and Migration (Senator Wilson) has announced that, in addition to the boardss of directors of co-operative and proprietary butter and cheese ...

    Article : 133 words
  43. THE MAILS.

    Hobart.—letters (x) 9 a.m. (Maloja). Japan.—(x) noon (Kaituku Maru). Sandakan, Manila, China, Japan.—(x) 3.30 p.m. (St. Albans). ...

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  44. DEATH OF RECLUSE.

    It was reported to the Newcastle police this evening that the body of a man named William Hams, 60 years of age, had been discovered in an outhouse occupied by deceased, ...

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  45. NEW BIBLICAL FILM.

    There was a large gathering of clergy of various denominations, Salvation Army representatives, and other wel[?]are workers at King's Hall last night for a special screeing of "After Six Days." ...

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  46. MR. BAKER'S DEPARTURE.

    Further tribute to the services rendered the [?]ewcastle district by Mr. David Baker, late manager of the Borken Hill Proprietary Company's steelworks, was paid at the meeting ...

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  47. CLERGYMAN'S CRIME.

    At the Supreme Court at Dunedin A clergyman, Donald Leacroft Freer, for indecent assault received probation for the full term of five years, a condition being that he enters ...

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  48. TO-DAY.

    Criterion: "Trelawny of the Wells," 8. Theatre Royal: "The Outsider," 8. Grand Oper[?] House: "Battling Butler," 8. Her Majesty's: "Wildflower," 8. ...

    Article : 89 words
  49. COMMONWEALTH LOAN.

    It was stated on behalf of the Commonwealth loan authorities last night that by far the greater proportion of the applications received were cash applications, representing ...

    Article : 107 words
  50. FERRY CHANGES HANDS.

    The sale has been completed to the Government by the Rosny Kerry Company of the vehicular ferry steamer Kangaroo, which has been trading between Hobart and ...

    Article : 109 words
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