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  2. RECRUITS WITH GERMAN NAMES

    The position of Australians of German descent was brought up on Thursday at a recruiting conference in connection with the Lilley electorate. ...

    Article : 246 words
  3. COUNTRY NEWS.

    An old resident named Mrs. Isabella Brown, 89 years of age, has died. She has four sons following farming pursuits in this district. DUNEDOO, Sunday. ...

    Article : 159 words
  4. MR. MASSEY.

    The Edinburgh University has con[?] the Doctorship of Laws on Mr. Massey [?] Minster of New Zealand). In reply[?] Mr. Massey said he thought the country [?] ...

    Article : 117 words
  5. WAR CASUALTIES.

    Mr. Meehan, of Woonona has been informed that his son, Sergeant H.S. Meehan, has been killed in action in France. CORPORAL A. A. CURRIE. ...

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  6. TIVOLI THEATRE CHANGES.

    In addition to structural alterations in "The Passing Show," several fresh artists were introduced on Saturday, so that the entertainment presented quite a number of novel ...

    Article : 498 words
  7. CASUALTIES.

    While cooking at a fuel stove at her residence, 42 Jones-street, Croydon, Catherine Moir, 42, sustained severe burns through her clothes catching fire, and was subsequently ...

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  8. A VENERABLE PRELATE.

    Archbishop Dunne, head of the Roman Catholic Church in Queensland died at his residence shortly before noon yesterday. Deceased, who was in his eight-fifth year, ...

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  9. RIFLE SHOOTING.

    There was an exceptionally large att[?]d ance of clubmen at the Randwick Range on Saturday afternoon, when all the targets were in use. Most of the clubs put in club shoots, ...

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  10. FALL FROM A BALCONY.

    The death occurred in Sydney Hospital on Friday night of Alice Bromley, 32, a married woman, recently residing at 476 Crown-street, Surry Hills, as a result of injuries supposed ...

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  11. ACCIDENT ON RAILWAY.

    Edward Crow, 33, of Bowmer-street, Banksia, was conveyed from Banksia railway station to the St. George Cottage Hospital on Saturday, suffering from a broken leg and abrasions ...

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  12. IN RIVERINA.

    Over 50 delegates for various parts 51 Riverina assembled at Cootamundra on Tuesday night, Mr. Chanter, M.P., presiding. The following resolutions were carried: ...

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  13. A.W.U. CONFERENCE.

    The A.W.U. conference, after suspending Mr. T. Walker, M.L.A., from offfice in the uuion, gave consideration to the case of Mr. J.Taylor, M.L.A., also an agent of the union, ...

    Article : 121 words
  14. AMERICAN CRUISER.

    The cruiser Milwaukee went ashore on the Californian coast while attempting to salvage a submarine. Tree hundred of the crew were removed ...

    Article : 49 words
  15. VICTORIAN BUTTER EXPORT.

    From July 1 last to Thursday last 10,156 tons of butter, valued at £1,550,268, were exported from Victoria. ...

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  16. DRUGGIST'S PREMISES BURNT.

    Starting on the second floor, a fire completely gutted the three-storied back premises of Messrs. H. E. Kugelmann and Co., wholesale druggists, in King-street last night. ...

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  17. DIED OF WOUNDS.

    Mr. A. J. Shappere has been oincially informed that his son. Lieutenant Cyril S. Shappere, died of wounds on December 29. Lieutenant Shappere was specially sent to Calais ...

    Article : 47 words
  18. DOUBLE TAXATION.

    The "Pall Mall Gazette" urges the Government to tackie the double taxation problem without delay. The longer the anomal[?] continues, the paper says, the greater is the rist ...

    Article : 52 words
  19. NEW ZEALAND'S POPULATION

    Census figures just issued show that the Dominion's population excluding Maoris in the Samoan, Cook, and other islands, and troops abroad, totals 1,099,295, being an ...

    Article : 114 words
  20. DIED OF ILLNESS.

    Private Vivian Youl died in Fargo Military Hospital, England, on January 8, of pneumonia. Private Youl, who was 27 years of age, was the third son of the late Mr. Cecil J. Youl, ...

    Article : 71 words
  21. CLERMONT FLOODS.

    Cleansing operations have been completed as far as the main street is concerned, and salvage operations are proceeding vigorously. There was a cyclonic wind yesterday ...

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  22. IMPERIAL INSTITUTE.

    The Imperial Institute, at the [?]stance of Sir Thomas Mackenzie, has arranged to create committees to promote the [?]erert [?] the respective oversca[?] possessions. Me[?] ...

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  23. WOUNDED.

    Mr. and Mrs. C. Sewell, of Woollahra, have received official information that their son, Sapper Pat. Sewell, is in hospital in London, suffering from wounds received in action in ...

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  24. DEATH OF LADY SCRATCHLEY.

    A private cable message was received in Sydney on Saturday announcing the death on the 5th instant at Dover (England) of Lady Laura Lilias Scratchley, widow of Sir Peter ...

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  25. SIR JAMES CARROLL.

    Sir James Carroll has sailed from L[?] He intends visitin[?] South Africa on the [?] to New Zealand. ...

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  26. COAL TRADE.

    The coal trade in Lithgow is again buoyant. Full time has been worked at practically all the mines since the commencement of operations after the holidays. ...

    Article : 78 words
  27. ANIMALS FOR THE ZOO.

    A consignment of beasts, reptiles, and birds for the Taronga Park Zoological Gardens has arrived in Sydney. Bears, which form the largest part of the collection, ...

    Article : 365 words
  28. MEETING AT WEST MAITLAND.

    A recruiting campaign was opened on Friday night, when an open-air meeting was addressed by Mr. Charlton, M.P., Sergeant Everson, and Staff Sergeant-major Clark. ...

    Article : 42 words
  29. HARRY THAW.

    Harry K. Thaw, who attempted suicide [?] cutting his throat while a fugitive from [?] tice on a charge of flogging a schoolboy, [?] recovering. ...

    Article : 48 words
  30. MISSING.

    Private Joseph Westoley, who enlisted from Paddington, has been reported missing since July 21. His mother, Mrs. Westoley, Lillian Villa, Shakespeare-street, Campsie, ...

    Article : 86 words
  31. COOL CHANGE.

    A welcome change to cool weather and southerly winds has taken place in New South Wales, affecting every part of the State, except a small area in the north-east, where, ...

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  32. IN THE COUNTRY.

    At a largely attended meeting last week, at the Town Hall, a local recruiting association, under new conditions, was formed, when Mr. Massey Green, ...

    Article : 352 words
  33. WAVERLEY COUNCIL.

    At Waverley on Saturday by-elections [?] held to fill the vacancies caused by tha [?] nations of Aldermen Lamrock and Barnett [?] Waverley Ward, and of Aid. Donald for [?] ...

    Article : 251 words
  34. SPEECHES IN THE DOMAIN.

    In the Sydney Domain yesterday afternoon, a number of Labourites carried out the recent reolve of the P.L.L., and condemned, what they term "the actions of the ...

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  35. ILL.

    Mrs. Mayo, of Amherst-street, North Sydney, has been informed that her son, Private William Mayo, is suffering from pneumonia. ...

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  36. CRICKET.

    Grade matches were continued on Saturday, when the sixth round was completed. Balmain and Middle Harbour won their games outright. A. Ratcliffe 130, for Balmain against North Sydney, and L. C. Berry 107, ...

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  37. ILLEGAL MEETING.

    At Wellington, Kevin Byrnie was fined £10, in default two months' imprisonment, on a charge of holding an anti-conscription meeting in a public thoroughfare, after having ...

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  38. IN HOSPITAL.

    Mr. F. L. Griffin, of Darlinghurst, has been advised by the Defence Department that his youngest son, Driver H. Griffin, has been admitted to the Norfolk War Hospital, ...

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  39. QUEENSLAND ARBITRATION ACT.

    A proclamation waa issued last week appointing Friday, January 12, as the day on which the Industrial Arbitration Act, 1916, shall come into operation. ...

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  40. CONSTABLE STONED.

    Early on Saturday morning Constable Brown came upon eight or nine men fighting on a vacant piece of land off Elizabeth-street, near Devonshire-street, city. On noticing his ...

    Article : 95 words
  41. THEATRICAL EMPLOYEES.

    The Melbourne branch of the Theatrical Employees' Union at its meeting to-day decided to accept an offer by the employers to make any increases granted by the Arbitration ...

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  42. SHIRE COUNCIL NOMINATIONS.

    The following nominations are announced:—A. Riding: Paul Hareny Halls, and Michael O'Loughlin, unopposed. B. Riding: Alfred Pembrick, Timothy Berry, John Jones, and Patrick Logan. C. Riding: Thomas ...

    Article : 368 words
  43. SUGAR INDUSTRY AWARD.

    With reference to the High Court proceedings in regard to the sugar industry and the Dickson award, Mr. J. H. Pritchard, secretary of the Australian Sugar Producers ...

    Article : 229 words
  44. SEDITIOUS LANGUAGE.

    In the Wellington Magistrates court william Parker, a waterside worker, was sentenced to 12 months' imprisonment, with hard labour, for seditious utterances in a city ...

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  45. BOOKBINDERS' AWARD.

    A new award covering wages and working conditions for bookbinders and certain other employees in bookbinding establishments has been gazetted. A minimum wage of 70s ...

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  46. STURT ELECTORATE.

    Nominations for the Sturt seat in the Legislative Assembly, rendered vacant by the resignation of Mr. J. H. Cann, closed bn Saturday as follows:—Percival Brookfield, miner, ...

    Article : 72 words
  47. FORGED HOTE CHARGE.

    Last night the police arrested, on stea[?] Frederick George O'Neill, who escaped from custody in December while on remand [?] a charge of having uttered a forged £5 ...

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  48. IN OTHER STATES.

    Saturday's figures were:—Volunteered, 54; accepted, 26. BRISBANE, Saturday. Three, recruits were accepted in Brisbane ...

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  49. NEW ZEALAND FINANCES.

    A statement has been issued showing the revnue and expenditure of the Dominion for nine months ended. December 31. Notwithtanding the deficiency in the month of ...

    Article : 74 words
  50. INDEX.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 164 words
  51. INDEPENDENT ODDFELLOWS.

    Bro. R. T. Hagon, Grand Patriarch of the I.O.O.F., visited the Wildey Lodge, No. 30, and presented Bro. L. Watters, on behalf of the members, with a veteran's jewel, in ...

    Article : 79 words
  52. ROCKDALE OUTRAGE.

    Christian William Benzlng, 22, an electrician, who was arrested on Friday last on suspicion of causing the death of the girl, Dorothy Myra Small, who was outraged and ...

    Article : 76 words
  53. BEXLEY BOYS' HOMES.

    Brigadier Arnott, of the Salvation Army, announces that Sir Samuel M'Caughey, in conjunction with Mr. and Mrs, Ross, of Garangula, has decided to pay ...

    Article : 71 words
  54. THE LATE CANON GRIME.

    The funeral of the late Minor Canon Sydney C. J. Grime, who died in a private hospital on Friday morning, took place yesterday afternoon. A special service was held at the ...

    Article : 55 words
  55. NEW BRITAIN AND ITS PEOPLE.

    An Interesting address on New Britain and its people was delivered by the Rev. J. H. Margetts, a missionary, at the Lyceum Hall yesterday afternoon. Mr. Margetts spent 2[?] ...

    Article : 157 words
  56. DRESSERS' STRIKE CONCLUDED.

    Members of the Iron, Brass, and Steel Dressers' Union, who went out on strike in September last in sympathy with the moulders have decided to resume work, the strike ...

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  57. EXPORT OF METALS.

    Sir,—In your issue of 12th inst, a letter appears, headed "Export of Metals," and signed "W. F." Apparently "W.F." has not a true conception of the objects of the ...

    Article : 482 words
  58. SOUTH AFRICAN PATENTS.

    The chapters of Patents, Designs, Trade Marks, and Copyright Act, of 1916, of the Union of South Africa, came into operation on the 1st inst. The cost of obtaining and ...

    Article : 124 words
  59. NORTHERN COLLIERIES.

    During the fortnight ended yesterday 19 co[?]eries worked the full time of 10 days each, one lost a quarter of a day, four worked 9[?] days each, nine covered nine days each, two ...

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  60. P.L.L. ORGANISING.

    The general secretary of the P.L.L. (Mr. P. C Evana) Bald that arrangements were in full progress for tightening up the organisation throughout the State. An organising ...

    Article : 361 words
  61. AUSTRALIA AND THE PACIFIC.

    Sir,—It is worth noting that while Germany insists on the handing back of her lost colonies as one of the conditions of her peace terms, there is no mention whatever of this ...

    Article : 419 words
  62. ADVERTISEMENTS.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 178 words
  63. FIRES AT LIDCOMBE.

    A fire occurred on Friday at the residence of Mr. Reginald Bray, Platform-street, Lidcomoe It is believed the blaze was caused by sparks flying from a copper. The ...

    Article : 105 words
  64. MILITARY PAY CLERKS.

    Mr. P. E. Coleman, the general secretary of the Australian Clerks' Union, formerly known as the United Clerks' Union, referred yesterday to instances of discontent among ...

    Article : 177 words
  65. IRON AND STEEL SHORTAGE.

    Mr. E. M. Davies, secretary of the Iron Trades Federation moved at the last meeting of the Sydney Labour Council,—"That in view of the great lack of sheet, T.H. and ...

    Article : 109 words
  66. SOUTH SYDNEY WOMEN'S HOSPITAL.

    The new nurses' home in connection with the South Sydney Women's Hospital, Stanley-street Newtown, was opened last week. The director, Mr. G. E. Ardill presided It ...

    Article : 183 words
  67. TO-DAY.

    Railway and Tramway Industrial and Models [?] hibition: Central Railway Pavilion, 3. District Cot, Children's Hospital: Meeting, Co[?] chambers, Waverlcy, 8. ...

    Article : 169 words
  68. DEATH OF MR. JOSEPH MURPHY.

    Mr. Joseph Murphy, one of the best known oflicials of the Supreme Court, died at his r[?]dence, Bantry, Gordon-street Burwood, late on Friday evening. The deceased was ...

    Article : 145 words
  69. TOTALISATOR PATRONAGE.

    The record totalisator figures registered at the recent racing carnival at Auckland have caused the Auckland Presbytery to pass a resolution regretting the growth of the ...

    Article : 68 words
  70. MAN ROBBED.

    On Saturday morning Trooper William James Bracken was in an hotel in George-street West, city, when a man snatched nine £1 notes [?]t of his hand. The thief made his escape. ...

    Article : 34 words
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