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  2. COUNTRY NEWS.

    The Narrandera nnd District Repatriation Executive Committee has given a bursary tenable at the Narrandera District School. It is to be competcd for on Novomber 3 by ...

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  3. TRAM DISASTER.

    The recent tram disaster at M'Mahon's Point, in which two persons were killed, and 28 others were injured, formed the subject of an inquiry by the City Coroner (Mr. ...

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  4. LOCAL GOVERNMENT.

    The conference of the Local Government Association of New South Wales spent nearly two hours yesterday rediscussing a resolution from the Wellington Municipal ...

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  5. STATE SESSION.

    In the Legislative Assembly last night the Treasurer (Sir Arthur Cocks) brought down the amended Income Tax Bill, based on resolutions which had been agreed to eviously ...

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  6. MARRIAGE BILL.

    The Marriage Amendment Bill (Ne Temere) came on in the Legislative Council for its second reading yesterday and caused considerable interest. It is seldom that the ...

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  7. LATE SIGNOR PAGNOTTI.

    Alfonzo Pagnotti, the well-known flautist, passed away on Friday last, after a long illness at his home at Enmore, and was buried at Rookwood. The mourners included [?] ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  8. FEDERAL SESSION.

    After they had dealt with various taxation measures, of the Ministry, members of the House of Representatives proceeded to-day with the second reading debate on the hill ...

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  9. CCUNCIL IGNORES PETITION.

    At the last meeting of the Bowral Municipal Council the Mayor (Alderman Venables) stated that he had received a petition with 34 signatures, asking bim to convene a ...

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  10. POST-OFFICE EXTENSIONS.

    The postal authorities were recently approachod by the Forbes Chamber of Commerce, and asked to resume the building adjoining the local post-office, and use it for a ...

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  11. PRESENTATION TO BANK MANAGER.

    Mr. E. C. Bingemann, who has retired from the managership of the Commercial Bank, after 26 years' residence here, was presented with a wallet containing £123 in notes in ...

    Article : 117 words
  12. WESTERN RAILWAY EARNINGS.

    The Railway Department experienced one of its worst periods in the west in the year ended June 30. There were decreased earnings at the majority of stations from Penrith ...

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  13. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

    On the motion of Mr. Farrar (Minister for Labour and Industry), leave was given to introduce, a bill to provide for the removal of human remains from the Botany Methodist ...

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  14. COST OF LIVING.

    According to the State Statistician, the general level of food prices during September advanced ½ per cent, as compared with those for the previous month. ...

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  15. IMPROVED SERVICE PROMISED.

    Improvements in the North Coast railway service were forecasted last night by Mr.E. M. Milne assistant chief traffic manager, Western Division, New South Wales Rallways, ...

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  16. WOOL SALES.

    The second series of Brisbane wool sales for the current season was continued today, when 10,381 bales were offered. The selection generally was similar to that offered on Tuesday, the bulk of the ...

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  17. CITY ENGINEER.

    The special committee appointed by the City Council to report on the recommendations of Mr. Weekes for the reorganisation of the city engineer's department met last night, ...

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  18. FIRE AT BOWRAL.

    The fire brigade received a call at 5 o'clock yesterday morning to a weatherboard cottage at the corner of Mittagong-road and Cliffstreet, occupied by Mr. C. Williams, night ...

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  19. MELBOURNE PRICES UNALTERED.

    Wool sales were continued in Melbourne to-day, when Dalgety and Co, Ltd., and the Victorian Co-perative Companay brought forward catalogues totalling 5302 bales of A1. Earlier in the week Riverina brands bulked ...

    Article : 122 words
  20. STATE POLITICS.

    "That a very influential section of the Nationalist party favours a curtailment (if not the complete abolition) of the present free education system is apparent," sold Mr. Lang ...

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  21. LATE COMMERCIAL.

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  22. THEFT FROM A GARAGE.

    A local garage was broken into early this morning. A new super six Hudson car was left, and a Douglas motor cycle stolen. The motor car has since been identified as the ...

    Article : 560 words
  23. INDEX.

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  24. ADVERTISEMENTS.

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  25. COMMUNISM.

    Mr. A. D. Kay, president of the Citizens' Democratic Association, will conduct meetings at Swansea and Catherine Hill Bay on Friday. ...

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  26. MASTER BUILDERS.

    Typical spring weather prevailed for the fifty-first annual picnic of the Master Builde. Association and Builders' Exchange, which was held at Clifton Gardens yesterday. Over 600 ...

    Article : 325 words
  27. LATE SHIPPING.

    ADELAIDE (1084m).—Arr: October 1. Luiana, s, from Tasmania; Moldavia, R.M.S., from eastern States. Dep: Oct. 1, Esperance Buy, R.M.S., and Westmeath, s, for eastern States; Meriones, s, for Liverpool; Iron ...

    Article : 66 words
  28. WATER SUPPLY.

    Mr. Roseby, secretary of the Water Board, stated yesterday that, as the result of the recent rainfall on the cutchmont area, the volume of wator impounded was only slightly ...

    Article : 119 words
  29. IN TOUCH BY WIRELESS.

    The following vessels are expected to be in touch with the undermentioned wireless stations to-day:— With Sydney Tahiti, Makura Macumba, Sierra, Milluna, Marella, Morinda, Suffolk, Belfast Maru, ...

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  30. TO-DAY.

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  31. TRAGIC INCIDENT AT DEPUTATION.

    In the South Melbourne Council Chambers to-niglit Councillor Knight, whilst addressing a depututlon collapsed and died. Councillor Knight apparently opposed, to some extent ...

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  32. HEALTH INSPECTORS.

    At yesterday's meeting of the New South Wales branch of the Health Inspectors' Association, all the office bearers, with the exception of the committee, were re-elected. The ...

    Article : 70 words
  33. THE SENATE.

    In the Senate a sweeping attack was made by the leader of the Opposition (Senator Gardiner, N.S.W.), on the Dairy Export Charges Bill, on the motion for the second ...

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  34. NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING.

    AUCKLAND (1281m).—Arr: Oct 1: Ulimaroa, s, from Sydeney: Port Caroline, s, from London: Allara, s, from New york De: Oct 1, Koromiko, s, and Kawatiri s, for Newcastle Bessa, s, for Tonga: Port ...

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