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  2. BRITISH TERRIER CLUB.

    The British Terrier Club of Australia hold their championship show on Saturday last at Messrs. Inglis's saleyards? Quay-street [?] A good entry was received, and the quality of ...

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  3. MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL

    A further advance in Commonwealth Government securities was recorded on Saturday, and the 4½ per cent, issues were particularly firm. In other classes of investments the ...

    Article : 238 words
  4. SAVING THE BOYS.

    "Dr. Barnardo was a wonderful man, because he proved to the world that environment was almost everything and heredity nothing," said Mr. Percy Roberts, the ...

    Article : 245 words
  5. WHEAT.

    Information was received in Melbourne on Saturday to the effect that the New South Wales Wheat Board had cancelled its sale of old wheat at 4/9 a bushel. The ...

    Article : 497 words
  6. PREMIER.

    The Premier (Mr. Dooley) had an enthusiastie reception in Orange yesterday. Owing to the engine of the Coonamble mail train jumping the rails and blocking the line, ...

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  7. WAR MEMORIAL.

    To the accompaniment of pealing thunder, flashing lightning, and pouring rain, a handsome war memorial was unveiled at Annandale yesterday afternoon. It was most ...

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  8. THE POSITION OF OLD WHEAT.

    Very, little old wheat was shipped from Australla in the week ended November 28. The figures for the season now closed show a shipment during the week of 606,000 bushels, ...

    Article : 104 words
  9. PRICE OF GOLD.

    The Gold Producers' Association has received a cable reporting the London quotation of gold on December 2 at 101/3 per ounce fine, a decline of 2/1 since November 29. On ...

    Article : 47 words
  10. COMPANY NEWS.

    Melbourne Electric Supply Company declares a dividend (including interim dividend) of 8 per cent, on preference shares, of 10 per cent. (including interim dividend) on ...

    Article : 101 words
  11. INTERSTATE MARKETS.

    Moderate supplies of farm produce were available on Saturday. Lucerne chaff, poor quality, closed at from 5/9 to 4/; prime passed iu at from 6/6 to 6/. Potatoes advanced in price, prime sorts realised 14/3 to l4/: ...

    Article : 65 words
  12. TECHNICAL SCHOOLS.

    The work that is being accomplished in the domestic science, commercial, and junior technical schools of the Department of Education was demonstrated on Friday at the ...

    Article : 156 words
  13. PRODUCE INWARDS.

    The steamer Kokiri left Devonport for Sydney with 1059 bags of oats, 43 bark, 65 potatoes, and 70 cases of eggs; for Newcastle. 1000 bags of oats. The steamer Karitane also sailed with 891 bags of potatoes, ...

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  14. FINANCIAL CABLES.

    The Straits Settlements Government is underwriting a 6 per cent, loan of £515,000 at 97, repayable at Government option in 1936 and not later than 1951. ...

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  15. INTERSTATE EXCHANGES.

    The follovring sales took place on 'Change yesterday:—City Electric Light, ord, paid up, 25/5, City Electric Light, pref. 18/9. Commonwealth Loans: 5 per cent Bonds, 1923, £05/16/, 5 per cent Bonds, ...

    Article : 139 words
  16. HOMEBUSH SALES.

    There are 33,612 sheep and 3293 cattle listed for today's sales at Homebush. Sales will not be held on Monday, December 26, and Monday, January 2, next. ...

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  17. PROPERTY SALES.

    Richardson and Wrench, Ltd, reports that at the auction sale on the ground of the Mansion Estate, Bellevue Hill, Woollahra, the prices realised were from £7 to £19 per foot. Total sales, £3952. ...

    Article : 298 words
  18. COMMERCIAL.

    Business was practically at a standstill in the iron and steel trades of Great Britain during September, according to advices received by the last English mail. It was ...

    Article : 275 words
  19. BOY SCOUTS.

    Upwards of 400 members of the Boy Scouts, representing the eastern and western suburbs, assembled at Queen's Park, Waverley, on Saturday, and carried out a programme which ...

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  20. FINANCIAL.

    During the last 10 years the distribution of our population has greatly altered. That alteration is very plainly shown in tables prepared by the Commonwealth Statistician from ...

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  21. WET WEEK-END.

    Inclement weather again spoilt the week-end. On both Saturday and Sunday heavy rain fell intermittently, accompanied by Wind, lightning, and heavy thunder. The rainfall ...

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  22. MOTOR COLLISION.

    A head-on collision between two motor cars occurred in Oxford-street last evening, and resulted in two women being injured. One of the cars was being driven by Cyril ...

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  23. SCIENTIFIC SOCIETIES.

    For a meeting of the Royal Society, to be held on Wednesday evening, a series of short addresses, partly illustrated by means of lantern slides, has been arranged by the ...

    Article : 92 words
  24. MINING.

    Following a decline in the London price of lead, a reaction set in in Broken Hill stocks on Saturday. British tell 4½ to 25/10½, and Souths dropped /6 to 29/, but Norths were ...

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  25. LATE SHIPPING.

    The following vessels were in touch by wireless night:- With Melbourne: Mantua, Omar, Lippe, Surrey, [?], Boonah, Sofala, Cooma, Mallina, Katoomba, ...

    Article : 111 words
  26. THE CAMPAIGN.

    Mr. H. B. Pratten, the selected National candidate for Parramatta, has recovered from his illness, and will commence his platform campaign in the electorate to-night. Mr. ...

    Article : 57 words
  27. LATE MR.PETER KEMP.

    The funeral of the one-time world's sculling champion, Mr. Peter Kemp, was largely attended on Saturday by men distinguished in aquatic sport. ...

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  28. LONDON METAL QUOTATIONS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 164 words
  29. TELEGRAPHIC SHIPPING.

    NEWCASTLE (62m).—Arr: Dec. 3, Seagull the [?] s, Coweambab, s, from Port Stephens; Archer, s, [?] Nicoll, s, Newcastle, s. Malachite, F, Alice, s, [?] Kintore, s, Yuloo, s, Ready, s, from Sydney; [?] ...

    Article : 416 words
  30. OBITUARY.

    An old resident of Manly in the person of Mrs. T. M. Spiller died at her residence, Francis-street, Manly, on November 28, at the age of 75 years. She was the widow of ...

    Article : 72 words
  31. DEFENCE ACT.

    Major-General Brand, the G.O.C., of the 1st Division, who instructed commanding officers of his division to take action against trainees (senior cadets and citizen force) who have ...

    Article : 220 words
  32. BREADSTUFFS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 69 words
  33. CASUALTIES.

    At the Parramatta Courthouse on Friday the Coroner, Mr. H. Richardson Clark, held an inquest concerning the death of James Nixon M'Lean, who was electrocuted whilst assisting ...

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  34. ADELAIDE WOOL SALES.

    At the 13th wool sale yesterday, 26,656 bales were offered, and 25,010 sold. Competition was keen on the lower level of values recently established in the eastern States. The bulk ...

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  35. LONDON SHAKE MARKET.

    On the Stock Exchange to-day British B. [?]. (old) shares sold at 25/ to 27/6, B. [?], Proprietary at 29/4½ B. [?]. Proprietary Block 10 at 11/3, Mount Lyell at 14/6, Great boulder at 5/6, Ivanhoe Gold Corporation ...

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  36. IRON AND STEEL PRICES.

    "H. A. C." writes:- Sir,—In view of the publicity given to the apparent critical postion of our local steel works, and the statement no often appearing that portion of the works may ...

    Article : 680 words
  37. NOTES.

    Balaclava Hill G. M. Co., N. [?]., reports on December [?] a clean-ip of 39 tons for 11½oz gold. Ronpibon Tin, N. L., proposes to increase its nominal capital from £150,000 to £300,000 by increasing the ...

    Article : 53 words
  38. KNOCKED DOWN BY ENGINE.

    Frank Rafferty, 55, a platelayer, was knocked down by an engine at the Central, Railway Station on Saturday morning. He sustained concussion of the brain, scalp ...

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  39. OVERSEA MARKET CABLES.

    A message from Boston states that the Government offered for sale by auction 7,000,0001b ot wool. Australian super 40's combing, practically free, brought 29 cents; ...

    Article : 412 words
  40. MALAYAN TIN YIELDS.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 59 words
  41. THREE MEN INJURED.

    Three mon received injuries through being thrown out of a cart in Elizabeth-street, Redfern yesterday. The wheels of the vehicle were caught in the tramlines an it was being ...

    Article : 93 words
  42. INDEX.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 147 words
  43. LAKE VIEW SOUTH.

    A few months ago a development occurred in lake View South lease which was regarded as being of so much importance that an option of purchase was at once secured, the purchase price being fixed at ...

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  44. FIRE IN ADELAIDE.

    Fire in Wyatt-street, Adelaide, last night, practically destroyed the three-storlod building of [?]. Heysen and Sons, used as a produce warehouse. The ground floor was used as a ...

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  45. THE ROWAN COLLECTION.

    Sir,—Mr. Ashton's sollcitude as to the botanical accuracy of Mrs. Rowan's work is quite unnccessary. He should verify his facts before rushing into print. The three ...

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  46. RUN OVER BY TRAIN.

    Early yesterday morning the body of Daniel Fellowes, aged 65, a retired railway employee, lately residing with his son at Barwon Parkroad St. Peters, was found on the railway ...

    Article : 74 words
  47. BANQUET TO GENERAL COX.

    At the picture theatre last evening Brigadier-Goncral Cox was entertained at a banquet by the members of tho old Lancer Regiment and the returned soldiers of the district. The ...

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  48. WOMAN KILLED BY TRAM.

    A fatal accident occurred in Oxford-street, between Crown and Riley streets, shortly after 9 o'clock on Saturday night. Miss Laura Crosley, aged 19 years, who lives ...

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  49. BUSINESS PLACES BURNT.

    A message from Barcaldine states that carly this morning a lire occurred at Oaksbury, the following business places being destroyed:- M'Lcan's refreshment room, Stibbard's Picture! ...

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  50. ADVERTISEMENTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 167 words
  51. INTERSTATE EXCHANGES.

    Copper Willaroo [?] 25/ s 26/ Silver-Lead: Brohen Hill Proprietary, 28/3, 28/1½ b 28/1½, s 28/4½; Block 14, pref., b 5/; Block 14, ord., 3/1, b 2/11, s3/3;; British (old), 26/; North B. [?]., ...

    Article : 183 words
  52. CITY MISSION.

    The Sydney City Mission's 17th annual street collection was made in the suburbs on Saturday. There was a liberal response, viz., £811 up to closing time'. The storm, which broke ...

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  53. YACHTSMAN DROWNED.

    During a sailing race at Sandgate on Saturday two boats. Mona and Geo Whiz, capsized William Guthrie, 23, a member of the crew'of the Gee Whiz, was drowned. ...

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  54. UNIFORM ELECTORAL ROLLS.

    The State Ministry has decided to follow the example of South Australia and Tasmania by introducing a bill to provide for uniform electoral rolls with the Commonwealth. ...

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  55. STUD SHEEP FOR. JAPAN.

    On Friday morning two Japanese visitors, representing their Government, arrived in Rylstone. The purpose of their visit was to inspect and select two rams and 20 ewes from ...

    Article : 72 words
  56. GOLF.

    Sir,—Your contributor under the head of "Golf" in your issue of 20th ultime refers to an incident within my recollection. The late Dr. Guy Warren was my partner, or opponent ...

    Article : 220 words
  57. Advertising

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    Advertising : 143 words
  58. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—Mr. Julian Ashton's candid and unbiassed letter in your issue of 3rd instant [?] above collection opens a wider field of discussion especially, when the three ...

    Article : 162 words
  59. QUEENSLAND BASIC WAGE

    Hitherto the Queensland basic were has followed the New South Wales basic wage at an interval of four or four and a half months. Mr. Justice M'Cawley announced recently that this ...

    Article : 173 words
  60. INTERMEDIATE EXAMINATION.

    The intermediate certificate examination will be continued during this week, the main public centres for boys being the Education office, Turner Hall, Ultime, Perersham ...

    Article : 108 words
  61. TO-DAY.

    Her Majesty's: "Maytime," 8. Criterion: "Wedding Bells," 8. Theatre Royal: "Going Up," 8. Palace: "The Laughter of Fools," 8. ...

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  62. SEARCH FOR OIL.

    Mr. J. T. Moato, consulting geologist to the' Adelaide Oil Exploration Company. Limited, has, on behalf of this company, made appil-. cation to the Minister for Mines for the ...

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  63. PRODUCE.

    The wholesale price of butter in Sydney has remained unaltered during the past week at 140/ per cwt. Prescott, Limited, states that some of the dairying districts on the northern rivers report very dry conditions. ...

    Article : 422 words
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