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  2. STATE PARLIAMENT.

    That the Government and the members of the Ministerial party in Parliament are behind the bill introduced by Mr. Bennett to restore the name of Mr. R. D. Meagher to ...

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  3. SPORTING. THE TURF.

    Weather conditions have made it impossible to bring off the meeting set down at Canterbury Park to-day, and it has been Postponed until Thursday next, while the Wyong Park meeting which had already ...

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  4. GRUDGINGLY GIVEN. PASSES FOR MAIMED SOLDIERS

    "I was waited upon to-day by a deputation of representatives of the Limbless and Maimed Soldiers' Association with a request for assistance, which obviously should be given ...

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  5. YACHTING.

    His Excellency the Governor-General, Lord Forster, was entertained at dinner by the Royal Prince Alfred Yacht Club last night, on the occasion of his opening the new ...

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  6. CUSTOMS FINES

    Mr. Justice Gavan Duffy in the High Court yesterday made an order fixing the penalties to be paid by the Pianola Company Proprietary, Limited, for breaches of the Customs ...

    Article : 442 words
  7. BY STEAMER TO MANLY.

    Those passengers who took the trio to Manly by steamer before the service was suspended yesterday had a lively experienced. The big waves coming in from the Heads looked ...

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  8. FERRY SERVICES SUSPENDED.

    So high was the sea breaking across the Heads that shortly after lunch the signal master, Mr. Alf.Gibson, informed the Superintendent of Navigation, Captain Cumming, ...

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  9. RAIN IN QUEENSLAND.

    Torrential rains fell on lower Baffel Creek on Wednesday night, eight to 10 inches being recorded. Swamps, dry for over two years, are now overflowing. ...

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  10. MAILS DELAYED.

    Through a washaway on the railway line at Waratah last night, the whole of the traffic on the northern line was held up. The northwest. Glen Innes, 'and Kempsey mails were ...

    Article : 178 words
  11. ON THE HARBOUR.

    On the harbour the conditions were such that the Navigation Department refused to allow the movements of any big vessels. With the exception of the ferries and small harbour ...

    Article : 140 words
  12. CASUALTIES.

    A woman who was knocked down by a motor car in Dowling-street, Woolloomooloo, on Thursday night, and whose name is believed to be Lucy Cronin, has since died in the ...

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  13. ACCOUNTANT FOUND DROWNED.

    Mr. J. J. Moloney, chief accountant of the Mount Lyell Company's mines office, at Gormanston, having been missing from home since Sunday, search parties found the body in ...

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  14. TELEGRAPHIC DELAYS.

    Considerable interruption was caused to telegraphic communication yesterday morning through injury to the lines by the storm, but most of the damage had been repaired by ...

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  15. AT SOUTH HEAD.

    Rough as the storm was on Thursday, yesterday it became rougher, and, in the opinion of the signal station officials, was the roughest on record. The gale at about 3 a.m. reached ...

    Article : 149 words
  16. TWO MEN: UN OVER.

    A police telegram from Carnarvon states that while returning from the jetty to town yesterday morning a train ran over two men, John Hagan and Edwin Saunders, who were ...

    Article : 201 words
  17. CRICKET.

    All grade matches in connection with the fifth round have been abandoned. ...

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  18. A LIVELY INTERVIEW.

    The decision that soldiers who have lost a leg, or an arm, or an eye shall be granted tram and metropolitan railway passes for a further, period of one year from January 1 ...

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  19. RESCUE-WORK.

    The gale has caused an enormous amount of damage. Rail, tram, and coach services were suspended, telegraph and telephone wires blown ...

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  20. COLTS' MATCH.

    Owing to the continuous rain; it has been decided to play the match England v N.S.W. Colts, which commences on Tuesday, on the Sydney Cricket Ground No. 2. This has been found necessary, so that the ...

    Article : 74 words
  21. HUNTER IN FLOOD.

    The rainfall in parts of the Hunter River Valley has been tremendous, although the heaviest falls have been confined to the eastern parts. The Hunter River at Maitland ...

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  22. COUNTRY MATCHES CANCELLED.

    The proposed visit of an Association team to Goulburn during the Christmas holidays has been cancelled. ...

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  23. TAXATION.

    In giving evidence before the Taxation Commission yesterday, on behalf of the Perpetual Trustee Company, Mr. John Robert Jones, taxation officer of the company, advocated the ...

    Article : 228 words
  24. INTER-GRAMMAR SCHOOLS.

    The Sydney Grammar School team left for Melbourne yesterday. They will play two matches. Monday and Tuesday, 13th and 14th, St. Peter's College (Adelaide); and on Thursday and following days against the ...

    Article : 45 words
  25. BOWLS.

    The John Young Shield competitions have been postponed until next Saturday. ...

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  26. THE MARELLA.

    The most timorous sea travellers would be inclined to go down to the sea in a ship like the Marella, the newly acquired Burns, [?] liner. She was on view yesterday ...

    Article : 293 words
  27. GOLF.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 37 words
  28. FAIR RENTS COURT.

    In the early hours of Friday morning important extensions of the functions of the Fair Rents Court were introduced to the Legislative Assembly by the Attorney-General, Mr. ...

    Article : 696 words
  29. MANLY CLUB.

    The competitions in connection with the Manly Club's summer meeting have been postponed until January 8. ...

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  30. ATHLETICS.

    At the Sydney Sports Ground to-day, the South Sydney Club will decide 220yds, 120yds, hurdles, running high jump, and javelin throwing handicaps, and an 880yds relay rece for teams of four, each to run ...

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  31. DEATH OF AN ATHLETE.

    The death has occurred of Mr. Henry E. H. Wyse. The deceased was at on time a well-known athlete. At 18 years of age he held the two-mile running championship, as well as the two-milw walking ...

    Article : 129 words
  32. SEAMEN'S UNION.

    An official statement was issued on behalf of the Sydney branch of the Federated Seamen's Union yesterday afternoon to the effect that the branch would continue to recognise ...

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  33. CYCLING.

    Weather permitting, Carnivals Limited, will provide a first-class programme at the Sports Ground tonight, which will include tandem team races, and handicap and scratch races. ...

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  34. MARINE ENGINEERS.

    The Sydney District Marine Engineers entertained the delegates of the Australasian Institute of Marine Engineers at dinner last evening. ...

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  35. WASHAWAYS.

    Advices received yesterday by Mr. Morris, secretary to the Railway Commissioners, indicated that the heavy rain-storms' have, had serious effects on railway lines in various parts ...

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  36. SWIMMING.

    The North Steyne Surf Bathers' Life Saving Club's carnival, which was set down for to-day, has been postponed: The probable date is Monday, January 3. The members of the New Zealand Olympic team ...

    Article : 42 words
  37. RACIAL EQUALITY.

    The following is the text of a cablegram received yesterday from Japan by Mr. K. Tamaki, Acting Consul-General—Concerning Viscount Ishii's announcement, the Tokyo ...

    Article : 460 words
  38. EASTERN SUBURBS AMATEUR CLUB.

    Owing to high seas and rain, the Eastern suburbs Amateur Club's 26th championship [?], which was to have taken place at the Bronte Baths to-day, has been postponed indefinitely. ...

    Article : 33 words
  39. YACHTING.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 272 words
  40. FURNITURE TRADES.

    The hearing of the charge against certain members and the executive of the New South Wales No. 1 branch of the Federated Furnishing Trades' Society, alleging that they ...

    Article : 403 words
  41. THE RAINFALL.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 521 words
  42. INDEX.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 167 words
  43. ADVERTISEMENTS.

    Some time after 3 o'clock on Friday morning, in the Legislative Assembly, the Minister for Justice, Mr. M'Kell, secured the first reading stage of a bill relating to the ...

    Article : 154 words
  44. SAILING.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 148 words
  45. Advertising

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    Advertising : 219 words
  46. THE A.W.U.

    In the suit of Arthur O'Farrell versus the Australian Workers' Union, the Equity, Court yesterday made a declaration in favour of the plaintiff., ...

    Article : 243 words
  47. BOXING.

    Mr. Jack Munro reports big booking for the contest at the Stadium to-night between Jerry Sullivan and Jamito. The principals will enter the ring at 8.30, and the preliminary bouts will be supplied by ...

    Article : 53 words
  48. MEN DISMISSED.

    The whole of the staff engaged on Harwill quarry, near Maclean, have received notice of dismissal from the Works Department. They were employed in obtaining stone for ...

    Article : 54 words
  49. HOTEL FIGHT.

    In the Criminal Court to-day, Laurence Sheldon was convicted of manslaughter of an Italian named Tiraboschl. The evidence showed that accused, who had been drinking, ...

    Article : 143 words
  50. SHIPBUILDING.

    The hitch which has arisen over the signing of the agreement between the Coramonwealth Government and the unions connected with shipbuilding trades was overcome to-day as ...

    Article : 138 words
  51. THE HOLIDAYS.

    The attention of shopkeepers is officially directed to the hours during which shops may remain open during the Christmas and New Year holidays. ...

    Article : 110 words
  52. TO-DAY.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 98 words
  53. LATE SHIPPING.

    Time, s, 3316 tons, Captain Aitken, from Melbourne. Howard Smith, Limited, agents. ADELAIDE.—Arr: Dec. 10, Wandilla, s, from the eastern States. Dep: Dec. 10, Warfield, s, for ...

    Article : 90 words
  54. DAMAGE TO CLUBHOUSE.

    Part of the southern wall of the club house in course of erection for the Royal Sydney Golf Club on the Rose Bay links, was blown down by the gale yesterday morning. The ...

    Article : 55 words
  55. SOUTH COAST LINE.

    A further telegraphic report received by the railway authorities from Coalcliff last night indicated that a washaway had occurred yesterday morning at mileage 32-60, thus ...

    Article : 128 words
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