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  2. REPATRIATION.

    Though progress is being made in the reestablishment of soldiers in civil life, the country still has very large confmitments in this respect. The current year's estimates ...

    Article : 1,297 words
  3. CASUALTIES.

    Graham, Browne, 9 years of age, living at Lavender-avenue, Lavender Bay, died in the Mater Miaericordlae Hospital on Friday morning as a result of an occident in the Lavender ...

    Article : 83 words
  4. DR. EARLE PAGE.

    The leader of the Country party. Dr. Earle Page, will leave Sydney this evening for Grafton, where he will open his election campaign at the Town Hall on Thursday evening On ...

    Article : 156 words
  5. PROPOSED SYDNEY-BALMAIN-NORTH SYDNEY BRIDGE.

    MR. STOWE'S DESIGN AMENDED TO EMBRACE ARCHED CONSTRUCTION. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 13 words
  6. SAILING.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 170 words
  7. UNEMPLOYMENT.

    "I say, as a public man of over 20 years' standing, it seems a great anomaly to me, as an Australian, that in a time when there are higher wages than in pre-war days, and ...

    Article : 535 words
  8. LACHLAN LANDS.

    A full programme awaited Sir George Fuller and his party of 15 Parliamentarians on their arrival at Wyalong this morning. It was apparent that the local railway league was ...

    Article : 1,359 words
  9. MAN KILLED ON RAILWAY LINE.

    An unknown elderly man wns killed at Lidcombe station on Friday. Whilst a through train from Parramatta was passing the station he slipped and fell, rolling from the platform ...

    Article : 41 words
  10. N.R.A. MEETING.

    The camp of riflemen at Anzac Range, Liverpool, came to a close on Saturday afternoon, when Major-General Brand presented the prizes won during the meeting. The ...

    Article : 894 words
  11. SCHOOLBOY DROWNED.

    Leo Donohue, a son or Mr. James Dononue, of Junee, was drowned yesterday whilst swimming across the Murrumbidgee River: It appears that two boys, Donohue and Roberts, ...

    Article : 174 words
  12. NOTES ON THE RACING.

    The eighteen-looters' race for the Dumaresq Memorial Cup was sailed over the Georg's Head light course under the joint control of the Sydney Flying Squadron and Sydney Club. ...

    Article : 324 words
  13. SOMNAMBULIST FALLS 30 FEET.

    While asleep John Travers, 33, a fireman, attached to Circular Quay Fire Station, walked out on to the balcony yesterday morning and fell to the pavement beneath—a distance of 30 ...

    Article : 68 words
  14. CAPT. MORRIS.

    In succession to Captain Cumming, who on Thursday entered upon extended leave prior to retirement, Captain J. E. Morris has been appointed Acting Superintendent of ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 98 words
  15. AUBURN TRAGEDY.

    At Parramatta Courthouse on Friday morning an inquest was held by Mr. H. Richardson Clark regarding the death of Thomas Clough, which occurred at Auburn on the evening of ...

    Article : 313 words
  16. MAN FOUND DEAD.

    During a walk through Centennial Park early yesterday morning, Alfred Moon, who resides in Redfern-street, Redfern, found a man lying dead on the grass. Close by was ...

    Article : 54 words
  17. LATE SHIPPING.

    The Commonwealth Government Line stamer Booral, en route from Sydney to Liverpool and Glasgow, arrived at London on Oct. 14. The following vessels cleared at the Newcastele ...

    Article : 66 words
  18. TRAM AND CAR COLLISION.

    A collision between a motor car and a tram took pluce at the intersection of Cronulla-street and Dummatta-lane, Cronulla, late yesterday afternoon. As a result a boy was ...

    Article : 142 words
  19. IN TOUCH BY WIRELESS.

    The following steamers were in touch with the undermentioned wireless stations last night:- With Melbourne; Loongana, city of Auckland, Time, Anchises, Milluna, Ashridge, Diogenes, Karoola, O[?]ah, ...

    Article : 159 words
  20. EXCURSION TRAINS.

    The Railway Commissioners have approved of a further series of special excursion trains to and from the country districts during the week ending November 4. These trains will ...

    Article : 182 words
  21. BOY DROWNED.

    Eric Devlin, 8 who resides with his parents in Denby-street, Marilclullle, was drowned in a disused brick pit near his home on Saturday afternoon. ...

    Article : 97 words
  22. MOTOR LAUNCH FOR HAWKESBURY RIVER.

    A motor launch, to be utilised for passenger ser[?]v on the Hawkesbury River, for Mr. A. Deas, has been completed by Mr. W. J. Goddard, of Palm Beach, Pittwater, and was launched on Saturday. The ...

    Article : 129 words
  23. SULKY CAPSIZES.

    Owing to the capsie of a sulky at the intorsection of Park-road and Wold's-avenue, Kogarah, last night, a man and his daughter were seriously injured. Their names are: ...

    Article : 138 words
  24. TELEGRAPHIC SHIPPING.

    BRISBANE (516m).—Arr: Oct. 21, Indunam, s, from Hobart; Biloela, s, from Sydney. Dep: Oct. 21, Mr. cumba, s, for Adelaide, via ports; flinders, s, [?] Maryborough and Bundaberg; Ceduna, s, for Ca[?] ...

    Article : 206 words
  25. PRISONERS ESCAFE.

    Three aborlginal prisoners escaped from Darwin Gaol to-day. All were serving life sentences for murder. ...

    Article : 20 words
  26. BOY SCOUTS' COMPETITIONS.

    ANNUAL CHAMPIONSHIP MEETING AT SPORTS GEOUND ON SATURDAY. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 13 words
  27. LATE FINANCIAL.

    The following sales were reported yesterday:—Australian Glass, old., 23/9; Bawra Shares, for delivery, 18; Perdrian Rubber, old., paid, 25/, old., con., 13/6; Commonwealth Bonds, 4[?] per cent. (1925), £95/5/; ...

    Article : 49 words
  28. BOXING.

    Although Harry Young, ex-amateur feather[?]eight champion of Australia, created a good impression in his first contest at the Stadium on Saturday night, he was beated early by the Webhman, Jack Joseph. ...

    Article : 89 words
  29. THE NEXUS.

    Sil,—My friend, the Rev. P. A. Micklem, in his letter that appeared on Tuesday last, has stated his view of the action of the Sydney Diocesan Synod when it adopted the report of ...

    Article : 809 words
  30. BAXTER BEATS THORNE.

    At the Stadium last night Ern Baxter, 8st 13[?], defeated Frank Thorne, 9st 14th, in the eight roun[?] The police stopped the fight in order to give [?] from unnecessary punishment. Thorne, who is [?] ...

    Article : 67 words
  31. STRUGGLE WITH AN INDIAN.

    On Thursday night Mr. Clive Squire discovered a man in a small room adjoining the Kitchen, at his father's residence, appareutly with the intention of committing burglary ...

    Article : 210 words
  32. SPARCGO BEATS SEMMENS.

    After four minutes and a few seconods of one-side fighting, the Australian featherweight champion, [?] Spargo, in a contest for title, knocked out Jim[?] Semmens, holder of the Australian ba[?]ta[?] ...

    Article : 53 words
  33. INDEX.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 158 words
  34. COUNTRY NEWS.

    BERRIGAN.—The Finley Parents and Citizens' Association has decided to urge the Minister for Education to erect a new classroom and the remodelling of the existing school ...

    Article : 590 words
  35. MINING DEPRESSED.

    Referring to the debate in Parliament on the mines estimates, the Minister for Mines (Mr. Fitzpatrick) said that, arising out of some of the remarks made by members, the ...

    Article : 118 words
  36. HOUSE DESTROYED BY FIRE.

    Shortly before 3 o'clock this morning the Newcastle and Newcastle East fire brigades were called out to a fire at a residential, occupied by Mrs. Ettie Saeter, at the corner of ...

    Article : 257 words
  37. HISTORIC ST. JOHN'S.

    Yesterday there were interesting religious celebrations at St. John's Church, Parramatta, in connection with the inauguration of the effort to place a peal of 13 bells in the towers ...

    Article : 180 words
  38. PROHIBITION.

    The Anti-Liquor League asked the Premier (Sir Jas. Mitchell) that Mr. Thomas Walker, M.L.A., who is about to visit the United States, should be empowered while there to ...

    Article : 147 words
  39. ADVERTISEMENTS.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 205 words
  40. MANUFACTURES EXHIBITION.

    Large as was the crowd which attended the first appearance of the State Orchestra at the Manufactures Exhibition, a still greater numbeer assembled at the Royal Agricultural ...

    Article : 83 words
  41. WYONG FLOWER SHOW.

    Wyong's fifth annual flower show, opened by Mr. W. M. Fleming, M.P., yesterday, was well attended. The president, Mr. W. A. Chapman, said the show was held for two reasons, first ...

    Article : 153 words
  42. COTTON DELEGATION.

    The members of the cotton delegation were shown over the Mount Morgan mine on Friday, and were grcatly interested in the works. The delegation proceeded to Wowan. Aften ...

    Article : 101 words
  43. OONAH REFLOATED.

    The predictions that the Oonah would not b[?] got off Kelso Spit before Tuesday proved to be erroneous, as the vessel floated off to-day. The tide was an exceedingly high ...

    Article : 70 words
  44. WEEK-END FIRES.

    A weatherboard bellding, containing five rooms, in Hay-street, Collaroy, owned and occupied by W. R, Bird, was completely razed to the ground early on Saturday night. The ...

    Article : 74 words
  45. BILLIARDS.

    In a game of 16,000 up, Smith has been lending Falkiner from the start. The scores on the fifth day Were:—Smith, 6[?]84; Falkiner, 4365. The chief breaks were:—Smith, 640, 522, 420, 385 (twice), and 362; and ...

    Article : 90 words
  46. TO-DAY.

    Theatre Royal: "The Naughty Princess," 8. Her Majesty's: "Cairo," 8. Criterion: "Captain Applejack," 8. Tivolt: Gene Gerrard and other, 2.30, 8. ...

    Article : 176 words
  47. LEGAL NEXUS.

    The Perth Anglican Diocesan Synod carried a motion Unit stops be taken to release the Church of England in Australia from the Nexus by which it is at present bound to the ...

    Article : 42 words
  48. AUSTRALIAN EXHIBITION.

    Following is the result of the soprano and mezz[?] soprano competitiens:- First prize, class 9 (soprano), divided between Miss Muriel East and Miss Claric Dunbar. ...

    Article : 129 words
  49. ALLEGED LIBEL.

    An interesting case occupied the attention of Mr. Justice Campbell in the Wagga Cirsuit Court during the past three days. The case was dne in which J. T. Mallett, ...

    Article : 116 words
  50. AUSTRALIAN COUNTRY PARTY.

    Sir,—Reading Mr. Charles Pearson's letter in your to-day's issue, one is also prompted to seek an assurance from Mr. Hunt whether the party's selected candidatos will pledge ...

    Article : 109 words
  51. HOSPITAL CHILDREN'S AMUSEMENT.

    A fund having as its object the orgainsation of amusements to relieve the tedium of sick and convalescent children's sojourn in hospital, has been founded and maintained by the officers and staff of United ...

    Article : 133 words
  52. TOY DOG SHOW.

    The Pomeranian and Pekinese Club held an afternoon show on Saturday at Inglis's saleyards, Quay-street. There was good quality in most classes. Mr. Williams of South Australia, judged the ...

    Article : 123 words
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