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  2. COUNTRY NEWS.

    Mr. E. Aubin, who has been president of the Kurri Kurri District Hospital for the past ten years, officially opened the new additions to the nursing quarters on Saturday afternoon ...

    Article : 198 words
  3. A SECTION OF THE RECORD CROWD —47,152—AT THE SYDNEY CRICKET GROUND ON SATURDAY.

    A. A. MAILEY (AUSTRALIA) HAS JUST PLACED A BALL FROM TATE DANGEROUSLY CLOSE TO FREEMAN. TEN RUNS LATER, TATE BOWLED MAILEY, THE AUSTRALIAN INNINGS CLOSING FOR 450. IT WILL BE NOTICED THAT A NEW SCORING BOARD, BUILT OF CONCRETE, HAS REPLACED THE OLD WOODEN STRUCTURE, WHICH SO FAITHFULLY AND ACCURATELY RECORDED THE VARYING FORTUNES OF TEST MATCH TEAMS FOR MANY YEARS. THE PLAYERS IN THE PICTURE, READING FROM LEFT TO RIGHT, ARE: A. P. F. CHAPMAN, F. E. WOOLLEY, E. HENDREN, R. KILNER, H. STRUDWICK, A. A. MAILEY, A. P. FREEMAN (ATTEMPTING TO INTERCEPT THE BALL), A. E. R. GILLIGAN, W. A. OLDFIELD, AND M. W. TATE. THE ATTITUDE OF TATE IS A CHARACTERISTIC ONE. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 157 words
  4. FROM THE STAND.

    While pundits seek to reach unanimity on their diagnosis of the malady afflicting cricket, the game persists in bearing witness to its vitality, and in triumphantly ...

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  5. BATHURST ELECTRIC LIGHT SCHEME.

    The installation of the electric lighting scheme for Bathurst was officially accomplished this evening, when the switching on ceremony was performed by the Mayoress ...

    Article : 156 words
  6. FIRE NEAR WINDSOR.

    A fire at Sackville North, near Windsor, destroyed the weatherboard residence of Mr. R. Everingham. The damage was estimated at £1100, and over £40 in notes was burnt. The ...

    Article : 40 words
  7. DEATH OF MR. A. BAXTER.

    The death is reported of Archibald Baxter, of Trungley-road, aged 96. He had been a remarkably robust man, and quite active up till the time of his death. Born at ...

    Article : 62 words
  8. BRAVERY RECOGNISED.

    Mr. Shropshire, police magistrate, at the request of the Governor-General, presented, Miss Irene Lee with the Royal Humane Society medal and ribbon for saving her infant ...

    Article : 65 words
  9. THE BATHURST SEAT.

    The Bathurst Electoral Conference selected Mr. J. C. L. Fitzpatrick, M.L.A., Sir Charles Rosenthal, M.L.A., two of the Bathurst sitting members, and also Mr. James Beddle, ...

    Article : 99 words
  10. PETERSHAM SCOUTS.

    The annual Christmas tea entertainment given by Miss Charles-Fairfax to the Boy Scouts of the West Sydney district was hold in tho fine hall of the 1st Petersham ...

    Article : 266 words
  11. NEWTOWN ROBBERY.

    An arrest has been made in Adelaide regarding the robbery of the jeweller's shop of J. H. Wood, King-street, Newtown, on Saturday night. October 18, or Sunday morning, ...

    Article : 320 words
  12. VETERANS.

    The annual Christmas dinner of the United Imperial Navy and Army Veterans' Association of New South Wales took place in the Burlington Cafe on Saturday. There were ...

    Article : 184 words
  13. THE ALBURY MATCH.

    The threatened trouble between the Albury and Wagga Cricket Associations through the insistence by the Albury selectors of the inclusion of Clemengor, the fast bowler from ...

    Article : 218 words
  14. THE PLAY IN DETAIL.

    The wicket was excellent, and a cool southerly wind, made the conditions favourable for the onlookers, and for the fieldsmen. Taylor (1) and A. J. Richardson' (21) ...

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  15. INTEREST IN ENGLAND

    The progress of the first test match is being followed most eagerly. All thoughts of the English cricket world, the highest and the humblest, are directed towards Sydney. The ...

    Article : 218 words
  16. OUTBREAKS OF FIRES.

    At 1.30 yesterday morning fires were discovered in two residences in Stuart-street, Tweed Heads, owned by Mrs. Gray, senior. One house is occupied by Mrs. Gray and ...

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  17. DEATH AFTER A BLOW.

    After an inquest last week regarding the death of Stanley Wilson, aged 32 years, Bert Gerald Critchley who had been charged with having feloniously slain Gibson was ...

    Article : 45 words
  18. TO-DAY'S FORECAST.

    Mostly fine, with cloud. Easterly breeze. ...

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  19. LATE SHIPPING.

    The steamer Waikouniti, which was to have left Lyttelton yesterday for Timaru to complete loading for Sydney, is held up, owing to a dispute with the stokehold crew, culminating in the crew's refusal to ...

    Article : 42 words
  20. DOUGLAS MAWSON.

    Further evidence that there was no foundation for the reports that women survivors from the wrecked steamer Douglas Mawson had been captured and held by aborigines has ...

    Article : 97 words
  21. KELLEWAY.

    Mr. F. A. [?]redale, secretary of the New South Wales Cricket Association, stated on Saturday afternoon that C. Kelleway would accompany the State team on its southern ...

    Article : 35 words
  22. VICTORIAN ASSEMBLY.

    After a dreary session, the Legislative Assembly rose shortly after noon yesterday until next year. The Assembly refused to allow the Treasurer (Sir Alexander Peacock) ...

    Article : 54 words
  23. IN TOUCH BY WIRELESS.

    With Sydney: Merinda, Niagara, Sierra, Maheno, Ate, Australia, Medic, Modjokerto, Ulimaroa, Marama, Whangape, Waikawa, Tintenbar. With Melbourne: Benulla, Mongolia, Mallina, ...

    Article : 113 words
  24. THE ATTENDANCES.

    With fine weather, there seems every probability that a new record for attendances will be established during the test match. To date 81,063 people have paid £8201/2/6 for ...

    Article : 108 words
  25. LATE MR. B. GAFFNEY.

    Probate has been granted of the will of the late Mr. Bernard Gaffney, retired baker and widower, of 96 Market-street, Sydney, who died on October 31 last, aged 93 years, ...

    Article : 186 words
  26. FIRE AT CAMPERDOWN.

    A supplementary report by the fire brigade shows that the damage occasioned by fire at Kilner's, Ltd., furniture removalists and storers, Cardigan-street, Camperdown, on Friday ...

    Article : 83 words
  27. NEWCASTLE.

    Shortly after 2 o'clock this morning the Newcastle fire headquarters received an alarm from a lock-up shop premises at Edward-street, Glebe. A few minutes later, brigades ...

    Article : 81 words
  28. INDEX.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 141 words
  29. GRAMMAR SCHOOL DEBATING.

    The Sydney Grammar School debating team, at present in Victoria, had its first debate against the Melbourne Grammar School on Monday night. The visitors, R. Piddington ...

    Article : 152 words
  30. V.R.C. WEIGHTS.

    Following are the V.R.C. weights for New Year's Pay:- Standish Handicap, 6f.—Quintus, 9·13; Smoke Homb, 9·3; Valiant, 8·12; Correct Trim, 8·11; Una Carlos, ...

    Article : 159 words
  31. J. W. HEARNE.

    J. W. Hearne, who injured the index and second fingers of his right hand after stopping a drive from J. M. Taylor on Saturday, will be able to but to-day. Hearne left the ...

    Article : 128 words
  32. COMPULSORY VOTING/

    Regulations covering compulsory voting at future Federal elections provide that each divisional returning officer must prepare a list of those who do not record a vote. ...

    Article : 76 words
  33. ADVERTISEMENTS.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 227 words
  34. ENGLAND AT THE WICKETS.

    PLAYERS IN THE PICTURE ARE, READING FROM LEFT TO RIGHT, A. A. BAILEY, H. SUTCLIFFE. W. A. OLDFIELD, AND H. L. HENDRY. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 42 words
  35. TO-DAY.

    Criterion: "The Green Goddess," 8. Grand Opera House "Rise of Rosic O'Reilly," 8. Theatre Royal: "Wildflower," 8. ...

    Article : 131 words
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