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  2. RECRUITING.

    There were more speakers than recruits at the Martin-place rally yesterday. The appeal was practically as that of a voice crying in the wilderness, for, of the crowd who stood ...

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  3. PARLIAMENTARY OFFICERS.

    With the approach of the date for the opening of the second session of the present State Parliament attention has been directed to the appointment of certain necessary officers. ...

    Article : 255 words
  4. MUNICIPAL NOMINATIONS.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 2,827 words
  5. ORIENTAL LANGUAGES.

    Sir,—It was with great interest that I read your article in Saturday's issue, June 16, on Oriental languages, especially where you honoured me by a reference to my "Joseph ...

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  6. TRADES AND LABOUR.

    A cease-work meeting of the members of the Wharf-labourers' Union will be held on Wednesday night next to deal with matters in connection with the union's application ...

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  7. SHIPBUILDING.

    The policy of the Federal Ministry on the question of establishing the shipbuilding industry in Australia was ind[?]eated to-day by the Minister for the Navy. Mr. Cook. He ...

    Article : 284 words
  8. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—I have before me at the present time your leader on the above heading, also Miss C. Crighton Imrie's letter bearing thereon, both of which are educational. I would like ...

    Article : 340 words
  9. AMALGAMATION.

    A movement is on foot to amalgamate the Masters' and Engineers' Association with the Merchant Service Guild. A postal ballot of the members of the former body has been ...

    Article : 147 words
  10. KETCH LOST.

    While a strong south-westerly gale was blowing on Saturday at midnight the auxillary ketch H. J. H. ran ashore on Badger Island, and, as a result of having been battered on the ...

    Article : 151 words
  11. "THE N.R.A. 150."

    The organisers of this unit report fairly good results during the past week. The unit is, however, not yet complete, but it is hoped that the full number will be got ...

    Article : 182 words
  12. BOY STRIKERS.

    The boys who came out on strike at the tramway workshops at Randwick on Wednesday, returned to work yesterday. The men did not commence work till 9 o'clock, an ...

    Article : 112 words
  13. STORMY WEATHER.

    Unpleasant, squally, winter weather conditions continued yesterday. The winds had eased somewhat, but gales were reported from several stations along the coast. The seas ...

    Article : 342 words
  14. MACQUARIE VACANCY.

    A number of names have been mentioned as probable candidates for the vacancy in the State Parliament caused by the regrettable death of Mr. T. H. Thrower. The name ...

    Article : 196 words
  15. OBITUARY.

    The death is announced of Sir Joseph Lyons. He was an artist for some years, exhibiting at various exhibitions. Then he became a successful caterer, and, later, a director of ...

    Article : 41 words
  16. SMALL ARMS FACTORY.

    Mr. Jensen, who represents the Minister for Defence; Mr. Dengate, general secretary of the A.S.E.; and Mr. Henwood, representative of the S.A.F.E. Association, have during the ...

    Article : 117 words
  17. WAR CASUALTIES.

    Lieutenant Rupert Henry Adams Edwards was killed in France in April. He received his commission as second-lieutenant in the Australian Field Artillery in Egypt, and ...

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  18. SPORTSMEN'S UNIT.

    As entertainment will be given at the National Theatre next Thursday morning, at 11 o'clock, when speeches will be given by returned soldiers, whose attentions will be ...

    Article : 192 words
  19. GENERAL CABLES.

    The reception given by Mr. C. G. Wade (Agent-General for New South Wales) to Mr. W. A. Holman (Premier of New South Wales) at the Savoy Hotel was targely attended. ...

    Article : 68 words
  20. BUREAU OF SCIENCE.

    A meeting of the advisory council of the Commonwealth Bureau of Science and Industry will be held in Melbourne on July 8 or 10, with the object of establishing the bureau on ...

    Article : 104 words
  21. TELEPHONISTS' AWARD.

    Mr. Justice Powers to-day made known his award in the plaint of the Commonwealth General Division, Telephone Officers' Association against the Public Service Commissioner ...

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  22. LATE MR. HUGO ALPEN.

    The funeral of the late Mr. Hugo Alpen left the Church of the Sacred Heart, Darlinghurst, yesterday at 1 o'clock. Prayers were said by Mons[?]gnor O'Haran before the ...

    Article : 248 words
  23. NEW SOUTH WALES ENLISTMENTS.

    The following figures show the number of enlistments in the various Federal constituencies in New South Wales from January 1 to June 9:—Calare, 283; Cook, 205; Cowper, 228; ...

    Article : 102 words
  24. SOLDIERS' RELIGIONS.

    A return issued by the Defence Department to-day shows that or the first 209,500 members of the A.I.F. the various religions were represented as follows:—Church of England, ...

    Article : 143 words
  25. FRUIT INDUSTRY.

    A deputation from the conference of the Victorian fruitgrowers met the Prime Minister to-day, and submitted a number of requests. Mr. Hughes said that the proposal ...

    Article : 155 words
  26. RECRUITING MEETINGS.

    There will be two recruiting meetings tonight at 8 o'clock. Manly, Corso, Miss E. Holt, Lieut. J. C. Ross, Sergt. Laycock, Corporal C. E. Stead. Katoomba, Captain. ...

    Article : 378 words
  27. NEW BUILDING COLLAPSES.

    During yesterday's southerly gale a large brick store, which was being erected by a contractor named Mr. W. Southon for the Vacuum Oil Company, in Darby-street, ...

    Article : 92 words
  28. A.W.U. AWARD.

    The secretary of the Graziers' Association of New South Wales (Mr. J. W. Allen) states that he has received a verbatim copy of the award and judgment of Mr. Justice Higgins, ...

    Article : 138 words
  29. FIRE AT SAWMILLS.

    A fire occurred early this morning at the Normanleigh saw mills, Hampton, and resulted in the complete destruction of the building and machinery. It is understood the place ...

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  30. STATE INCOME TAX.

    The amount of £2,200,000 reported yesterday to have been received from the State Income tax should have read £2,020,000. The reported excess of £220,000 over the estimate ...

    Article : 49 words
  31. SOLDIERS' CLUB APPEAL.

    Amount previously acknowledged, £795/8/4. R. [?]. Dangar, £100; Sir James Fairfax, £25; Dr. F. Antill Pockley, £10/10/. Total, with other amounts, £935/[?] ...

    Article : 56 words
  32. METROPOLITAN JUSTICES.

    A deputation from the New South Wales Justices' Association waited upon the Minister for Justice (Mr. Garland) yesterday with a suggestion that selected honorary ...

    Article : 236 words
  33. AN UNSIGNED ARTICLE.

    At the Adelaide Police Court to-day, Henry Kneebone, editor of the "Daily Herald," the Adelaide Labour morning paper, was charged with having printed an unsigned electoral ...

    Article : 46 words
  34. CARING FOR BABIES.

    As a result of a visit to the day nurseries at Forest Lodge and Woolloomooloo, and the Crown-street Baby Clinic, the Minister for Health. Mr. J. D. Fitzgerald, M.L.C., highly ...

    Article : 155 words
  35. LATE SHIPPING.

    NEWCASTLE (62m.).—Arr: June 22, Kallatina, s, from North Coast. Dep: June 22, Murray, s, [?] Sydney. ...

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  36. RETURNING SOLDIERS.

    The following sick and wounded soldiers are due to arrive shortly:— Major William Sneddon, Capt. Henry Kenneth Prior, Captain Herbert Leslie Bruce, Captain William James ...

    Article : 945 words
  37. INDEX.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 191 words
  38. PROMOTIONS.

    Flight-Commander Sydney Vincent Sippe, or the Royal Naval Air Service, has been promoted to the rank of squadron commander. He was awarded the D.S.O. and the Legion of ...

    Article : 135 words
  39. CASUALTIES.

    The City Coroner, Mr. H. S. Hawkins, held an inquiry yesterday into the death of Elizabeth M'Donald, a widow, whose body was found lying on the railway line between ...

    Article : 175 words
  40. SHIPPING BOARD.

    The Commonwealth Shipping Board held a meeting to-day, at the Federal Government offices, to consider a number of matters in relation to oversea shipping. The Prime ...

    Article : 157 words
  41. ADVERTISEMENTS.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 246 words
  42. WAR LITERATURE.

    The Sydney office of the Orient Steam Navigation Company, Limited, has recently received a consignment from the Imperial Government of literature dealing with the war. ...

    Article : 61 words
  43. THE HOLIDAY.

    Prince of Wales Birthday will be celebrated on Monday. In addition to the usual harbour excursions, there will be special matinees at the theatres, while racing patrons will be ...

    Article : 57 words
  44. PRIME MINISTER'S VISIT TO SYDNEY.

    The Prime Minister (Mr. Hughes) expects to leave for Sydney to-morrow. He will be away about 10 days. He has arranged to address a meeting in connection with the war ...

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  45. FRENCH'S FOREST CRITICISED.

    Mr. W. A. Zuill, M.L.A. (Clarence), strongly criticises the choice of French's Forest as a site for soldiers' cottages. The soone[?] the French's Forest scheme is dropped, he ...

    Article : 55 words
  46. LATE MISS FLORENCE BINNIE.

    Probate has been granted of the will of the late Miss Florence Binnie, of Seaward, Point Piper, Sydney, who died in London on March 5, last. Her estate is of the net value of ...

    Article : 176 words
  47. STORMWATER CHANNEL.

    A deputation from the Marrickvilie Council yesterday waited upon the Minister for Works to protest against the proposal to levy a drainage rate on the area served by the ...

    Article : 116 words
  48. TO-DAY.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 155 words
  49. BUTTER INDUSTRY.

    Mr. M'Farland, secretary of the Queensland Butter and Cheese Shippers' Committee, has convened a conference of representatives of all butter factories in Queensland, together ...

    Article : 92 words
  50. COAL EXPORTS.

    The coal exports, to interstate ports for the week ending to-day totalled 55,855 tons, being 8875 tons less than last week. ...

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  51. CAUGHT BETWEEN TRAMS.

    A remarkable escape from serious injury was experienced yesterday by Arthur Hackaey, ages 28, a carter residing at Prospect-street, Summer Hill. He was driving a cart along ...

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  52. ACTION FOR BREACH OF PROMISE.

    The hearing was concluded in the County Court to-day of the case in which Myrtle Keane, of Fawkner-street, St. Kilda, claimed £2000 damages from Thomas Greene, of ...

    Article : 70 words
  53. LATE MRS. J. RICKARD.

    Mrs. Rickard, wife of Mr. James Rickard, late headmaster of Petersham Commercial Public School, has died at her residence, Tintern-road, Ashfield. She was for many ...

    Article : 42 words
  54. ANTI-SHOUTING.

    The number of signatures affixed to the Anti-Shouting Petition has now reached 24,000. Owing to the announcement that the Prime Minister is to be in Sydney next week the ...

    Article : 50 words
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