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  2. GENERAL RAIN.

    General rain was experienced over the State during the 24 hours preceding 9 a.m. yesterday. The falls were moderately heavy to heavy in all divisions except the North Coast, Northern ...

    Article : 212 words
  3. ELECTRICITY.

    The city electrical engineer urged the electricity supply committee of the City Council at a meeting yesterday to order at once the additional plant, which should be working in ...

    Article : 671 words
  4. STANDARD OF LIVING

    In a statement in reply to Mr. Barwell, Premier of South Australia, last night, Mr. A. B. Piddington, K.C., said:—"In repeating his announcement that the standard of living ...

    Article : 680 words
  5. SALVATION ARMY TRAINING COLLEGE.

    OFFICIALLY OPENED IN LIVINGSTONE-ROAD, MARRICKVILLE, YESTERDAY AFTERNOON. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. SHIPPING.

    The shipping position goes from bad to worse. Cargo is becoming increasingly difficult to obtain, and whilst the shipment of the wheat harvest at the rate of 50/ a ton ...

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  7. ETCHEES' SOCIETY.

    Mr. Lionel Lindsay (president) took the chair at the opening of the Australian Painted Etchers' Society's first exhibition at the Education. Department's Gallery, yesterday ...

    Article : 577 words
  8. MACQUARIE RIVER RISING.

    DUBBO.—Many of the farmers of this district are carrying on agricultural operations in pouring rain. It has been raining continuously for more than 48 hours, and ...

    Article : 60 words
  9. HEAVY FALLS, IN QUEENSLAND.

    Heavy rain has fallen in the south-west, and continues. A message from Mitchell states thal up to [?] inches have been reported. A telegram from St. George says that the ...

    Article : 272 words
  10. FAR EAST.

    "During 50 centuries of their history, Chinese women have been relegated to the background; they held no share in the national life, in education, in public interests, in the ...

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  11. AUSTRALIAN ARCHITECTS.

    Australian architects have proved successful in two important competitions held in New Zealand and Queensland recently. The New Zealand competition was for the ...

    Article : 243 words
  12. IMPORTED TIMBER.

    Representations which have been made to the Minister for Trade and Customs, Mr. Massy Greene, by the timber merchants who protested against any more increases being ...

    Article : 81 words
  13. BURNT TO DEATH.

    Morton Parker Pimental appeared at the City Court to-day on a charge of having uniawfully and maliciously set fire to Nunan'sbuildings, Swanston-street, Melbourne. ...

    Article : 78 words
  14. WOMEN JUSTICES.

    Sir,—Sir Thomas Henley has raised a storm which may result in clearing the air on the question of the appointment of justices ot the peace generally. The question is: Why should ...

    Article : 379 words
  15. VICTORIA CROSS BARRISTER

    who was yesterday admitted to the Bar, on the motion of Mr. Langer Owen, K. C. Captain Storkey won his decoration as lieutenant in the 19th Battalion, A.I.F., on April 7, 1918, ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 318 words
  16. SALVATION ARMY.

    The Eastern Territorial Congress of the Salvation Army was opened at the Army Congress Hall last night. It was the first such gathering since New South Wales and ...

    Article : 293 words
  17. AUSTRALIAN ARTIST.

    Mr. Charles Bryant, R.O.I., one of the Australian' artists settled in London, is expected to arrive in Sydney on a visit to-morrow. He studied art in England under John Hassall and ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 140 words
  18. NEWCASTLE.

    At the Newcastle Police Court to-day before Mr. Longfield, S.M., Antonio Andros was fined £10 and costs, in default three months' imprisonment, for an offence against the Pure ...

    Article : 230 words
  19. STATE HOUSING.

    People who have purchased houses under the State Housing Board's scheme complain of the statement made by Mr. E. J. Kavanagh, M.L.C., Acting Chief Secretary and Acting Minister ...

    Article : 368 words
  20. WAVE OF CRIME.

    Steps have been taken by the State Ministry to check the wave of crime in Melbourne. The Chief Commissioner of Police, Sir John Gellibrand, attended a meeting of the Cabinet ...

    Article : 122 words
  21. CONDITIONS IN IRELAND.

    Sir,—I have read with interest the letters of Archbishop Kelly and Mr. Trimble appearing in your paper. What Australians would like to know is whether the Archbishop ...

    Article : 156 words
  22. OBITUARY.

    Mr. Sydney John Pennington, of Rocklandsroad, Wollstonecraft, an officer of 20 years' standing, in the employ of the Union Steamship Company, and latterly accountant in its ...

    Article : 122 words
  23. LATE MR. PAGE, M.P.

    A number of politicians and Labour leaders mot at the Central Railway Station yesterday to pay a last tribute to the late Mr. James Page, M.P., who died in Melbourne on Friday ...

    Article : 161 words
  24. COCKATOO ISLAND.

    Though a report from the Royal Commission inquiring into the, administration of the Commonwealth Dockyard at Cockatoo has been presented, it is not the main report. This, ...

    Article : 304 words
  25. SOLDIERS' PENSIONS.

    Mr. Charlton (N.S.W.) asked the Assistant Minister for Repatriation in the House of Representatives to-day whether he was prepared [?] appoint an independent doctor to examine ...

    Article : 100 words
  26. index.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 191 words
  27. OUT OF MONEY.

    Owing to delay by the Minister for Local Government in dealing with the Municipal Council's application to exceed the statutory rating limits no rate notices have yet been ...

    Article : 124 words
  28. MAJOR STEWART ACQUITTED.

    Twice sentenced to death, Major James Stewart, 31, who had been granted a new trial by the High Court in April last, appeared at the Central Criminal Court yesterday before ...

    Article : 292 words
  29. IRISH QUESTION.

    "We are the real loyalists when we tell England she is doing wrong in Ireland," said Mr. J. J. Denahy in a moderately worded speech at a meeting of the North Sydney ...

    Article : 329 words
  30. NATIONALISTS AND PROGRESSIVES.

    Sir,—One would think that in spite of the extreme partisan spirit exhibited by Mr. R. W. Weaver, M.L.A., by his frequent use of the word "anti-Labour," and his evident ...

    Article : 336 words
  31. CLOTHING TRADES.

    In delivering the provisional award in the plaint of the Federated Clothing Trades of the Commonwealth in the Federal Arbitration Court to-day, Mr. Justice Powers ...

    Article : 221 words
  32. NEWSPAPER PUBLISHER CITED.

    When the case Lumley versus Levell, and Levell versus Lumley and Wilson in a counter claim, part heard, was called on before Mr. Justice Chubb in the Supreme Court to-day, ...

    Article : 168 words
  33. ADVERTISEMENTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 194 words
  34. ANTI-LABOUR.

    At a well-attended meeting in the Strathfield Council Chambers on Tuesday night, Sir Thomas Henley, M.L.A., referring to the recent efforts by Nationalists to consolidate the ...

    Article : 293 words
  35. MAILS FOR NEW ZEALAND.

    A correspondent directs attention to the effect upon the mail service of the early hour, generally fixed for the departure of the Union Company's steamers for New Zealand. ...

    Article : 121 words
  36. THE SEAMEN.

    On an application by the Federated Seamen's Union, the Deputy President of the Federal Arbitration Court has decided to call a compulsory conference between the parties ...

    Article : 101 words
  37. UNEMPLOYED APPEAL.

    The Rev. R. B. S. Hammond makes an appeal for funds to help the unemployed camping in Hyde Park. Last Wednesday, he states, the tent and tarpaulins in use for the ...

    Article : 199 words
  38. TO-DAY.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 98 words
  39. FREEDOM OF SPEECH.

    Sir,—Is it lawful for a speaker addressing a meeting in a public park openly to advocate revolution, to advise the cutting of the throats of capitalists, and to urge, men not ...

    Article : 109 words
  40. ROBBERY AT BANK.

    Cheques and cash amounting to £433/0/8 were stolen from a counter in the Bank of Australasia, in Martin-place, on Tuesday afternoon. ...

    Article : 97 words
  41. PUBLIC HEALTH ASSOCIATION.

    A citizens' meeting, presided over by the Governer, Sir Francis Newdegate, last night, resolved to form a Western Australian branch of the Public Health Association, recently ...

    Article : 75 words
  42. OBERON RAILWAY.

    About 23 men are working on the preliminary operations at the Tarana end of the Tarana to Oberon railway route, but over 100 are camped on the spot waiting for a start. ...

    Article : 42 words
  43. STATE INCOME TAX.

    To-day is the last day for the payment of State income tax without the imposition of a 10 per cent. penalty. ...

    Article : 28 words
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