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  2. PHILHARMONIC.

    The "Faust" of Gounod, because of its wealth of melody, has always proved the most popular of the musical versions of the famous legend, and last night the presence of Mr. ...

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  3. COUNTRY, NEWS. FATA[?] FARM ACCIDENT.

    As the result of injuries received when he was kicked by a horse, George Thomas Gardiner died at the Maitland Hospital to-day. The deceased was a farmer, and resided in ...

    Article : 70 words
  4. ECONOMICS.

    Marked changes in the relative industrial importance of the United States, Japan, India, and Australia, which have intensified their industrial production, are declared by the ...

    Article : 469 words
  5. FEDERAL SESSION. Commonwealth Bank.

    After the provisions of the bill to amend the Electoral Act, which has been passed by the Senate, were explained to the House of Representatives this afternoon, members ...

    Article : 1,146 words
  6. HARBOUR BRIDGE.

    The Cabinet, at its meeting on Tuesday, considered the criticism of the pylons of the Sydney Harbour Bridge, and authorised the Minister for Works and Railways (Mr. ...

    Article : 698 words
  7. PREFERENCE.

    The decision of the Industrial Commissioner (Mr Piddington), giving preference to unionists at the Newcastle Steel Works, and thereby making it necessary for 70 per cent. of the ...

    Article : 986 words
  8. COUNTRY PRESS.

    When the annual conference of the Country Press Association was resumed yesterday Mr. E. C. Sommerlad (Glen In[?]ea) moved a motion dealing with the regulations of the ...

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  9. FURTHER RAIN.

    There was a continuance of unsettled weather in most divisions of New South Wales yesterday, and scattered showers, associated with thunderstorms, were reported. ...

    Article : 137 words
  10. QUARTER SESSIONS.

    At the Quarter Sessions, before Judge White, two young men, Henry Ernest Perkins and Sydney William Embleton, were charged with breaking and coloring the school-house at ...

    Article : 111 words
  11. BROADCASTING.

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday. The discussion of the proposals for the financing of broadcasting services, which are contained in the report of the Royal ...

    Article : 289 words
  12. DEATH OF GOULBURN RESIDENTS.

    The death has occurred of Mr. james H. Stevenson, a resident of Goulburn for more than 80 years. He was 93 years of age. Born in the Parramatta district, he came to the ...

    Article : 183 words
  13. ROAD CONSTRUCTION AT TAMWORTH.

    The president of the Cockburn Shire Council submitted a minute respecting the main roads maintenance and construction works, and stated that the engineer (Mr. Wagener) had ...

    Article : 128 words
  14. SAWMILLS DESTROYED BY FIRE.

    The sawmills of Messrs. Boland and Gr[?]mson, at Cell Park, were destroyed by fire on saturday morning. The damage us estimated at over £2000. A quantity of timber selected ...

    Article : 47 words
  15. LABOURERS.

    The Minister for Work and Railways (Mr. Buttenshaw), said last night that the trouble regarding the men employed on levelling work at Bunnerong and Maroubra bad been settled. ...

    Article : 142 words
  16. DEATH OF LISMORE CONTRACTOR.

    The death occurred in Sydney recently of Mr. W. E. Oxenford, of Lismore. The deceased was a well-known building contractor in the Northern Rivers districts, and constructed ...

    Article : 72 words
  17. POLICE VIGIL.

    A continuous vigil, extending over several hours, was kept by the Vaucluse police on the cliffs at The Gap last night, in consequence of two alarms that persons intended to ...

    Article : 194 words
  18. BOWRAL VALUATIONS.

    The roport of the Valuer-General upon the value of property within the municipality has been received by the council. The figures are as follow:—Unimproved value, £337,827; ...

    Article : 61 words
  19. ROAD TRANSPORT.

    The Premier (Mr. Butler) [?]nformed members of the Chamber of Commerce at their half-yearly luncheon to-day that the Government had spent £1,900,000 on the roads of ...

    Article : 300 words
  20. SEAMEN'S UNION. Faction Fight.

    Much bitteiness is being displayed in the faction fight which has broken out afresh in the Seamen's Union between the followers of the general president, Mr. T. Walsh, and the ...

    Article : 465 words
  21. PROPOSED NEW HOSPITAL.

    The committee of the Berrima District Hospital is taking steps to obtain competitive designs from architects for a proposed new hospital, to cost approximately from £20,000 to ...

    Article : 57 words
  22. LATE COMMERCIAL.

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  23. TRADE WITH ITALY.

    The fact that the balance of trade between Italy and Australia is wholly in favour of Australia was emphasised by the president of the Italian Chamber of Commerce in Australia ...

    Article : 146 words
  24. NEGLIGENT MOTORIST

    Walter Scott Bagby, a well-known jockey, was to-day tried on alternative charges of manslaughter and negligently driving a motor ear on September 26. ...

    Article : 102 words
  25. DEATH OF MR. OTTO MILLER.

    The death has occurred in a Brisbane private hospital, after a short illness, of Mr. Otto Miller, of Mooball. Deceased Was 65 years of age, and had resided in the Tweed ...

    Article : 52 words
  26. LATE SHIPPING.

    BARADINE.—The latest advice received by Gilchirst, Watt, and Sanderson, Ltd., states that the P. and O. "via Cape" line steamer Baradine is due to arrive at Sydney on Saturday morning. ...

    Article : 65 words
  27. TUG AGROUND.

    The tug Volunteer, belonging to the Coastal Tugs Company, is still aground on the spit at Urunga, near the entrance to the Bellinger River, in spite of attempts made ...

    Article : 69 words
  28. INDEX.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 172 words
  29. POWERFUL FUMES.

    Strong chemical fumes which issued from a hold on the Blue Funnel liner Ulysses, lying at No. 8 wharf, Walsh Bay, when the [?]atch was removed yesterday morning delayed the ...

    Article : 142 words
  30. FALSE PRETENCES.

    At the Tamworth Police Court John Francis Smith, 68, appeared on two charges of uttering valueless cheques, the amounts involved boing £2 and £1/11/9. The police ...

    Article : 81 words
  31. CHAMBER MUSIC.

    A particularly beautiful trio by Brahms— that in C Minor—appeared last night on the programme of the sixth and last of this year's chamber music concerts at the Conservatorium ...

    Article : 445 words
  32. COLLISION.

    Four persons in a motor car were injured when the vehicle collided with a motor lorry at the intersection of Swan and Church streets. Richmond, early this morning. The injured ...

    Article : 123 words
  33. BROKEN HILL MINE ACCIDENT.

    A verdict of accidental death was returned at the inquest into the circumstances attending the death of Wilfred Hicks (36), who was killed by a fall of earth at the South Mine ...

    Article : 434 words
  34. TRAM MEN.

    The question whether the Tramways Union will repudiate the new award made by Judge Beeby will probably be decided at meetings of the union to be held this morning and ...

    Article : 177 words
  35. Advertising

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    Advertising : 184 words
  36. NORTH SHORE LINE.

    Dislocation of passenger traffic and the cancellation of a number of trains occurred on the North Shore railway line yesterday afternoon, due to the breaking of an ax[?]e on a ...

    Article : 116 words
  37. ESTATE AGENTS.

    At the conference of Federated Real Estates Institutes and Associations of Australia to-day, Mr. H. M. Hawkins (N.S.W.) moved that the following educational committee, which ...

    Article : 171 words
  38. QUESTIONS.

    Mr. Gul[?]ett (Vic.) asked the Attorney-General (Mr. Latham) whether it was possible to impose income taxation on revenue received in Australia from companies operating in such ...

    Article : 268 words
  39. CONFERENCE OF PARTIES.

    Mr. A. S. Elford, deputy-chairman of the Commonwealth Steamship Owners' Association stated that the conference between his organisation and the Seamen's Union had ...

    Article : 124 words
  40. BOY DROWNED.

    John Edward Carey, aged 13 years, the eldest son of Mr Patrick Carey, of the water race, on the corner of the Liverpool-Rossmore road, was found drowned in the canal ...

    Article : 138 words
  41. CITY RESTAURANT.

    Excitement was caused among diners at the Dungowan restaurant, in Martin-place, when it was raided by a party of police, under Sergeants Russell and Minter, at about 9 ...

    Article : 136 words
  42. TO-DAY.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 158 words
  43. MISS BIRKETT'S RECITAL.

    An appreciative audience attended the violin recital given by Miss Rene Birkett in the King's Hall last night.[?] A pupil of Mr. S. Vost-Janssen, Miss Birkett, who if still in her ...

    Article : 76 words
  44. INCORRECT CHARTS.

    At the resumed Marine Court inquiry, held to-day, into the stranding of the State motor ship Koolinda on a bank at Shark Bay on September 10, Captain Norris, master of the ...

    Article : 81 words
  45. CITY RAILWAY.

    It is unlikely that there will be any strike among the labourers employed on the City Railway excavations. Certain sections of the men had threatened ...

    Article : 87 words
  46. APPEAL DISMISSED.

    An appeal by the Boucat Bay Co., Ltd. (In Liquidation), against a judgment of Mr Justice Starke, who for the most part dismissed a claim by the company against the ...

    Article : 73 words
  47. THE ABORIGINES.

    At a meeting of the Committee for the Promotion of the Welfare of the Australian Aborigines, a resolution was carried urging upon the Prime Minister, the Government, and ...

    Article : 91 words
  48. EXPLOSION ON RAILWAY PROPERTY.

    A sensational explosion occurred to-night at Morowa, 271 miles north of Perth, when the railway station shelter sheds, portion of the ticket office, and the railway telephone lines, ...

    Article : 51 words
  49. HANDBAG SNATCHED.

    Two Greeks and an Australian were arrested by the Darlinghurst police late last night and charged with having stolen a woman's handing earlier in the evening. ...

    Article : 83 words
  50. H.M.A.S. MELBOURNE.

    H.M.A.S. Molbourne, the new flagship of the Australian fleet, is to leave Sydney at 3 o'clock this afternoon, and for the next week will be carrying out naval exercises near ...

    Article : 46 words
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