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  2. MORE RAIN Over Wide Area

    Rain of a light to [?] acter has been expecic[?] New South Wales. The heaviest fall was at jervis Bay ...

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  3. "KEEP THEM HERE"

    "Unless Australia hangs tightly on to her docks of stud sheep. South Africa and France will shortly be most pormidable opponents in ...

    Article : 176 words
  4. RAIN OF BOMBS

    One night in August, 1918, when the A.I.F., was organising to deal the final bio win the big war, the Casualty Clearing Station at ...

    Article : 164 words
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  6. BRIDGE WORKSHOPS

    The question whether Dorman, Long, and Company should be all[?] to occupy their workshops [?] at Milson's Point after the ...

    Article : 424 words
  7. MURDER CHARGE

    The sensational shooting episode in Hampden-street, North Sydney, on April 21 last, in which George Hawkins was fatally shot and john ...

    Article : 100 words
  8. A BIG HAUL

    "Do you think I would [?] water when I can yet beer?" That question wan said to have been put by John Whittaker to [?] ...

    Article : 218 words
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  10. MOVEMENTS OF SHIPPING

    State of sea on N.S.W. coast: —Slight to moderate. Barometer: 29.721. Falling. Coastwise and Overseas ...

    Article : 180 words
  11. GREASE AND DIRT

    In the Central Summons Court to-day a number of business people were proceeded against by Chief inspector Vogwell, of the ...

    Article : 185 words
  12. STRANDED IN THE EAST

    Some time ago the Actors' Federation waited upon the Minister for Home and Territories, Mr. pearce, and, after quoting cases where ...

    Article : 133 words
  13. PLAYS AND PLAYERS

    Mr. [?] Ward left by the Sonema to-day for Amer[?], England, and the Continent on a search for plays and players for the ...

    Article : 54 words
  14. DUAL TRAGEDY

    The Paris correspondent of the "Daily Express" states that Madame Buchin, threw herself in front of a train at Lous-le-Saunier, and ...

    Article : 64 words
  15. "ABSOLUTE DISGRACE"

    "The main cooks in the watermain and the path taps are an absolute disgrace to the No-Water Board." remarked Alde[?] Delve at Newtown ...

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    Mr. Bradfield dreamt only last night That he tow the bridye finished all right, And along either side ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  17. SOCCER TEST

    Of the three Queenslanders picked to paly for Australia against Canada on saturday in the final soccer Test, only one, Jack White, the light half, reached ...

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  18. USEFUL WORK

    Much quiet but useful work in the interests of migration is being done at Wembley and clsewhere by numerous Australians, who urge the promptest ...

    Article : 168 words
  19. NEWS FROM ALL QUARTERS

    The Mayor (All Watt) last night reported to North Sydney Council that Sir Dudley de [?] would make his first official [?] to the [?] on ...

    Article : 311 words
  20. WOMAN SOLICITOR

    One barrister and 17 solicitors were added to the rolls by the Full Court to-day. The barrister was Mr. John Joseph ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 171 words
  21. ALL BLACKS

    The following New Zealanders have been chosen to play in New South Wales: Ne[?] Hart, Lucas, Brown, [?]venson, cooke, M. Nicholis, C. Badeley, M'Gragor, Dalley ...

    Article : 314 words
  22. SCISSOR MENANCE

    "He sec[?] to me like a man demented. He [?]ushed into the bar from the street with a pair of scissors in his band, and ...

    Article : 87 words
  23. "LOADED GUN"

    "The serious matter is not so much the amount of money you are said to have taken as the fact of your having been caught with an ...

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  24. WHEAT CROP

    George percy Tice, 50, a farmer, to whom it was alleged 545 acres were provisionally allotted under the soldier settlement scheme, was committed ...

    Article : 115 words
  25. 'CHASER DROPS DEAD

    While Working at medium pace at Flemington this morning, the prom[?] steeple chaper Dalandria drooped dod. His rider, A. Clarke, escaped with a severe shaking. ...

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