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  2. LEAGUE TEAM

    LONDON, Saturday.-The Australasian Rugby League team played a Dewsbury thirteen to-day. ...

    Article : 18 words
  3. THE PLAGUE

    The Public Health Department authorities reported last night that two rats that were found to be plague-infected were caught yesterday on premises in the ...

    Article : 157 words
  4. GREAT BOXER SPARGO

    Bert Spargo (8.133), featherweight, champion of Australia, outpointed the Californian, Ernie Goozeman (8,123), from end to end of their 20-rounds battle ...

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  5. THE BOY

    After but one performance, The Boy, produced at Her Majestys Theatre last night, is already one of Sydney's memorable plays. This show is not wholly new ...

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  6. MELBOURNE TRAGEDY

    MELBOURNE, Saturday.—In Queen-street, Preston, this afternoon, a wharf-laborer named John Knipe, 57, enraged over domestic matter, rushed into his ...

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  7. HELD UP

    There was an unexpected development in the Mataram dispute early last night. The steamer Makambo, which also belongs ,to Burns, Philp, was scheduled to ...

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  8. COALITION MINISTRY

    The bare announcement was made yesterday that the Nationalists and Progressives had agreed to eater a coalition under Sir George Fuller-the Cabinet to include members of both parties. A point in the agreement between the parties is that they will ...

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  9. JAPAN RELIEVED

    WASHINGTON, Friday.—In a statement to the Press Mr. Balfour praises the naval agreement as a great scheme that is going to benefit all countries, especially ...

    Article : 246 words
  10. XMAS PENSIONS

    From D.L., Mascot: "I am writing on behalf o{ several soldiers widows and soldiers in general out this way. We would like to get our : pensions before Christmas. Our ...

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  11. A BEAU BRUMMEL

    A man whose photograph in two positions, and a resume of whose life appears in a much-used big book at Police Head-quarters, was arrested on Friday ...

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  12. TO AID HOSPITAL

    Not only children, but their parents, will be interested in the announcement in the Sunday Times Comic and Children's Section given with this issue. The ...

    Article : 305 words
  13. SYNTHETIC GOLD

    LONDON, Friday.—Professor Irving Fisher, of Yale University, lecturing at the London School of Economics, suggested as a serious possibility the ...

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  14. TO-DAY'S WEATHER

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 12 words
  15. A LUCKY WOMAN

    Mrs. James Stuart, of Cavendish-street, Stanmore, is a lucky woman. While she was travelling from Abbotsford to her home in a motor car on Thursday she ...

    Article : 55 words
  16. MONEY IN HORSEFLESH

    BATHURST, Saturday.—Crows in the Bathurst district are receiving a bad time, and pastoralists and graziers are : consequently jubilant. During the year ...

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  17. OFFICIAL STATEMENTS

    The success which crowned the efforts to brine a coalition about was announced by Sir Geo. Fuller yesterday, afternoon immediately after the final ...

    Article : 368 words
  18. "SIR GEORGE KNOWS"

    The Speaker, Mr. Simon Hickey, was asked yesterday if the formation of the Coalition Government would lead him to step down from the Speaker's chair. ...

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  19. RELATIONS RESUMED

    PARIS, Saturday.—By 166 votes to 125, the Senate has approved of the Government's resumption of diplomatic relations with the Vatican. ...

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  20. Jamito Again

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 18 words
  21. The Messiah

    There was some admirable singing by the choristers at last night's performance of The Messiah by the Sydney Choral Society, under the baton of the ...

    Article : 285 words
  22. LABOR'S POSITION

    Desperate efforts have been made to close up all differences in the Labor Party and to effect a full reconciliation between the Executive and every ...

    Article : 540 words
  23. Stanley Beats Anderson

    MAITLAND, Saturday.—Len. Stanley (Cessnock), 8.5, beat Con. Anderson (Kurri), 8.12, in the 16th round at the Cessnock Stadium last night. ...

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  24. Mills Beats James

    BRISBANE Saturday.—Pat Mills (10.5½) defeated Billy James (0.10) on Points. ...

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  25. Tendler Beats Friedman

    NEW YORK, Friday.—At Winnipeg. Low Tendler troundman, Sailor Friedman, Gaining the decision in the 15th round. ...

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  26. MR. JOSEPH BRADLEY

    About 300 members of the Philharmonic Society travelled by special train to Parramatta yesterday to honor their conductor, Mr. Joseph Bradley. The ...

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  27. WEDGED TOGETHER

    NEW YORK, Saturday.—The New York passenger liner Panama an the destroyer Graham collided off the New Jersey coast. The vessels are wedged ...

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  28. ALLEGED ASSAULT

    Ernest McLaughlin, 31, whose home is in Brougham-street, Glebe, was taken to Sydney Hospital by the Civil Ambulance last night suffering from concussion of ...

    Article : 68 words
  29. UNCONSCIOUS WOMAN

    Detectives Surridge and Breen, of the Clarence-street division, have ascertained that the injuries received by Mary Stephenson, 65, of Connemara-road, ...

    Article : 104 words
  30. Exploiting Russia

    LONDON, Friday.—The Berlin correspondent of the Echo de Paris states that Herr Hugo Stinnes, who is returning from England, now possesses the ...

    Article : 48 words
  31. Dutch Indies Loan

    LONDON, Friday.—Amsterdam advices state that a Bill has bean introduced with the object of authorising the issue of a hundred million dollar loan in the ...

    Article : 49 words
  32. SHIPYARDS STOP WORK

    NEW YORK, Saturday.—It is reported from Tokio that the super-dreadnought Tosa will be launched on Sunday, and its completion is expected in accordance ...

    Article : 60 words
  33. Observatory Centenary

    The first properly-equipped observatory in New. South Wales-and probably in the Southern Hemisphere-was that built at Parramatta in 1821, during the ...

    Article : 156 words
  34. MARIST BROTHERS, DARLINGHURST

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 315 words
  35. In a Persian Garden

    In a Persian Garden, Liza Lehmann's delightful setting of the Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam, was presented by Mr. Charles Smythe's pupils at the King's Hall last ...

    Article : 98 words
  36. MR. DOOLEY'S VIEW

    The departing Premier, Mr. Dooley, made the following comments upon the coalition:—"From the point of view of Labor, the ...

    Article : 331 words
  37. Yesterday's Property Sales

    Messrs. Watkin and Watkin, in conjunction with J. F. Keiran, report having held a successful sale of Eurumblin Estate, Earlwood. selling nine blocks at ...

    Article : 45 words
  38. McConachy Leads Reece

    LONDON, Saturday.—Friday night session concluded with McConachy 14,543, Resce 12,098. Principal breaks were:—McConachy: 318, 151, 136, 128. ...

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  39. Man Poisoned

    Cecil Griffiths, aged 20, of Spring-street; NortH Sydney, was taken to the Royal North Shore Hospital by the Civil Ambulance late last night suffering ...

    Article : 33 words
  40. Governor at the Pictures

    Sir Walter Davidson last night went to the pictures. At the Globe Theatre he was keenly interested in Mr. Frank Hurley's Island film, Pearls and Savages. ...

    Article : 31 words
  41. REBELS DEFEATED

    LAHORE, Friday Night.—Gurkhas, men of the Suffolk Regiment and Special Police, successfuly encountered the rebels, 200 of whom were killed and many taken ...

    Article : 97 words
  42. Man Found Dead

    The body of a nun, name unknown, was found lying at the rear of the Art Gallery early last night. There were no marks of violence on it. ...

    Article : 109 words
  43. Clever Pianoforte Students

    The vocal and pianoforte recital by pupils from the studios of Miss Lois Zucker and Mr. Gordon Lavers, yesterday afternoon, was remarkable for the ...

    Article : 105 words
  44. Red Cross Pantomime

    Miss Florence Gillon organised a bright afternoon's entertainment for soldiers widows and orphans at the Railway Institute yesterday afternoon. Members ...

    Article : 113 words
  45. CYCLING

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 98 words
  46. Bathurst Cricket

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 49 words
  47. 26 MINERS KILLED

    LONDON, Friday.—Twenty-six miners have been burned to death through an explosion of a stranded mine at Charleroi. Fiften other persons were injured, ...

    Article : 34 words
  48. Singleton Meeting

    Owners arc requested to advise life club secretary ak early us possible of any seratchings for the meeting Singleton next Saturday. There is every indication of this fixture proving aa ...

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  49. Veterans at Dinner

    The veterans of the Navy and Army held their annual dinner at Sargents rooms, Market-street, yesterday afternoon. ...

    Article : 72 words
  50. First Aid Officer Dead

    The death occurred yesterday of Mr. Bruce Buchanan Fleming at his home in Forest-street, Summer Hill. Mr. Fleming had been connected with ...

    Article : 56 words
  51. Lithgow Matches

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 70 words
  52. Fete at Blakehurst

    A garden fete was held at Blakehurst yesterday to reise funds for the erection of a hall, which the district lacks, by the local Progress Association. Mr. ...

    Article : 36 words
  53. Manly Venetian Carnival.

    The Manly Venetian carnival is listed for Jan. 27—Feb. 11. The opening feature will be the Manly Surf Club carnival. ...

    Article : 26 words
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