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  2. CYCLING.

    Two of the visiting foreign riders, who will compete in the forthcoming Malvern Star interstate race from Sydney to Melbourne, are expected to arrive in Melbourne in a few days, and will be ...

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  3. CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOUR.

    The thirty-ninth annual report of the Christian Endeavour Society of New South Wales, which was adopted at the opening of the annual conference at St. Barnabas ...

    Article : 429 words
  4. SALES TAX.

    The Commissioner of Taxation (Mr. R. Ewing) has issued the following additional rulings:- RETAILERS AND GOVERNMENT ...

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  5. STATE ELECTIONS.

    At a meeting of the council of the National Association yesterday the following candidates for the general elections on October 25 were endorsed. ...

    Article : 607 words
  6. ROBERT GRAVES.

    Robert Graves—writer, adventurer—is a man with a distinct past and no future in the strict sense of the word. And though a man in the complete heyday he has decided that ...

    Article : 2,056 words
  7. OBITUARY.

    Dr. Claude Seccombe Browne, of Tumut, who died yesterday at a private hospital in Darlinghurst, had a remarkable scholastic and sporting career. He was in his early ...

    Article : 399 words
  8. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE.

    Amazing crowds clamoured for admission to Judge Samuel Greene's lunch-hour lecture on Christian Science at the Grand Open House yesterday. The theatre was packed long ...

    Article : 298 words
  9. TRAFFIC RULES.

    The School Safety Council, which was recently appointed by a conference of interested bodies, with the Assistant Under-Secretary for Education (Mr. A. W. Hicks) as chairman, ...

    Article : 164 words
  10. MRS. J. H. CANN.

    Mrs. Cann, wife of Mr. J. H. Cann, a former Railway Commissioner for New South Wales, and who represented Broken Hill in the State Parliament for 25 years, died at her residence, ...

    Article : 145 words
  11. NOVEL TRANSPORT.

    Many strange cargoes have been carried from time to time by the aeroplanes operating between the coast and the goldfields in the mountainous jungle of New Guinea, but the ...

    Article : 155 words
  12. FIRE ALARMS.

    Complaints regarding the fire brigad[?] organisation in the Lidcombe district were made by Alderman Danilels at the last meeting of the Lidcombe council. ...

    Article : 123 words
  13. £128,243 COMPENSATION

    Mr. Justice Mann, sitting as an arbitrator, to-day directed that the State Rivers and Water Supply Commission should pay to Albert Edward Bowman the sum of £128,243 as ...

    Article : 147 words
  14. CHIEF PETTY OFFICER A. PEARCE.

    Mr. Alfred Pearce, who recently retired after serving 17 years in the Royal Australian navy and l8 years in the Royal Navy, died at his residence in Croydon on Wednesday. ...

    Article : 169 words
  15. DETONATOR ON RAILWAY.

    A peculiar accident occurred to a railway ganger who placed a detonator on the permanent way to warn a gang of workmen of an approaching train. Instead of the ...

    Article : 65 words
  16. RECORD FIELDS.

    To-morrow one of the greatest fields of cyclists that have ever gathered In this State, will contest the two annual road races from Goulburn to Sydney, 129 miles, promoted by the Dunlop-Perdriau ...

    Article : 445 words
  17. UNFOUNDED FEARS.

    Two men who set out in a motor dinghy from La Perouse on a fishing expedition yesterday morning caused considerable perturbation in shipping circles. They were reported ...

    Article : 186 words
  18. CHARGE OF ARSON FAILS.

    In the Criminal Court to-day, Antonio Torotola, an Italian, was aquitted of a charge of having wilfully and unlawfully set fire to a confectionery and fruit shop at 157 ...

    Article : 73 words
  19. COW STRUCK BY TRAIN.

    When the Cairns to Almaden mixed train was descending a hill to a bridge, GI miles from Cairns, a cow walked on to the line and was struck by the engine. ...

    Article : 70 words
  20. ROSE FORTUNE.

    Claiming to be direct descendants of John Rose, who died in Hobart, a Tasmanian family is making direct bid for a huge accumulated fortune amounting to £25,000,000, which for ...

    Article : 46 words
  21. CONTROL OF DAIRIES.

    The Hurstville Council last night received formal notification from the recently constituted Metropolitan Milk Board of Its intention shortly to become the local authority under ...

    Article : 178 words
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  23. SALVATION ARMY.

    The annual "self-denial week" of the Salvation Army will be observed from to-morrow. Salvationists in all parts of Australia will be adding to their contributions by what they ...

    Article : 134 words
  24. SHORT-WAVE WIRELESS.

    A short-wave wireless equipment fitted on the New Zealand Shipping Company's steamer Rangltiki at Wellington by Amalgamated Wireless, to enable Rear-Admiral Byrd to keep ...

    Article : 144 words
  25. AIR LINER DAMAGED.

    When the air liner Southern Moon was "taxi-ing" up to the hangar after having landed at the Essendon Aerodrome this afternoon, a strong gust of wind lifted the machine ...

    Article : 100 words
  26. "SPRING CLEANING."

    In staging Frederick Lonsdales' "Spring Cleaning" last night, at St. James's Hall, the members of the Turret Theatre directly invited comparison with the standard of ...

    Article : 468 words
  27. VICTORIAN FINANCES.

    Summaries of State finances for the first two months of the current financial year, submitted by the Premier (Mr. Hogan) to the Federal Ministry, in accordance with the ...

    Article : 95 words
  28. ENCOURAGING TOURISTS.

    With the object of advertising Australia to the British public as an attractive place to visit, the Orient line of mail steamers has issued in London an attractive brochure, ...

    Article : 145 words
  29. FEDERAL GOVERNMENT.

    The Federal Government was severely criticised at a meeting of the Labour Council last night. The Marrickville branch of the A.L.P. wrote to the council, urging it to ...

    Article : 81 words
  30. RAILWAY SERVICE.

    The Labour Council last night reaffirmed its policy advising the railway employees to work to regulations as one method of resisting the operation of the 48-hour week. The organiser ...

    Article : 60 words
  31. TOWN-PLANNING ASSOCIATION

    The council of the Town-planning Association adopted a reformed constitution, prepared by a sub-committee under Mr. Justice Stephen, and agreed to submit it to a special ...

    Article : 128 words
  32. MODEL OF R101.

    The Sydney Technological Museum is devoting a section to difleiert types of modern aircraft, and has accepted from the Shell Company of Australia a scale model of the ...

    Article : 85 words
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