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  4. MEMBER FOR DUBBO

    This pen-picture of Mr. G. A. L. [?]son, M.L.A. for Dubbo, is con[?]ted by an ex-Parliamentarian [?]ter of long experience:— ...

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  5. AWFUL EARTHQUAKE

    Cities were shattered and terrifying scenes were witnessed when an earthquake rocked Tainan on Sunday, and the horror was added to when fire ...

    Article : 257 words
  6. Lionel Limn's Case

    An appeal was lodged in the Full Court to-day on behalf of Radio 2UE Ltd., against the verdict for £4101, obtained by Lionel Lunn, radio announcer ...

    Article : 97 words
  7. STRONG WORDS

    "Looking back over 20 years to the Gallipoli campaign, it is my calm considered judgment, delivered without rancour, that, while the evacuation was ...

    Article : 146 words
  8. TALE OF TWO CITIES

    Comparing Sydney and Melbourne, Mr. Ken Sato, a member of the Japanese Goodwill Delegation, said that Melbourne was more severe, [?] ...

    Article : 133 words
  9. The Human Wireless

    At the Central Police Court to-day, Walter Beford (25), radio mechanic, appeared on a charge of having at Camelia, on April 6, without ...

    Article : 171 words
  10. VISITING CONSULS

    Messrs. Zalapa (consul for Mexico) and Udaonda (consul for Argentine) are visiting Dubbo, as the guests of the younger Set for their All Nations ...

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  11. MOTOR MISHAP

    Ald. S. A. Lloyd, M.L.A., was severely shaken last night, when a car, driven by his son, and another car collided, at the intersection of Broughton ...

    Article : 53 words
  12. WEATHER FORECAST

    The following weather forecast was issued at 2 p.m. to-day:—Generally fine, cold night, with frost on tablelands and some morning fog in the ...

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  13. STORK WINS AGAIN

    During the three months ending March 31 last, there were 31 marriages at Dubbo, compared with 35 for the corresponding period last ...

    Article : 74 words
  14. ANZAC DAY

    The town is filling with Diggers, off to Sydney for the Anzac Day march, which will start punctually at 9 a.m. ...

    Article : 118 words
  15. GOOD NEWS

    Treasury officials believe that the State deficit at the end of June will be considerably below the estimate. ...

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  16. OVER THE TEACUPS

    Mr. D. Tate, accompanied by Mrs. Tate and family left on Thursday last for the annual holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Hal Whiteley (nee ...

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  17. RECORD EASTER

    Sydney firms are enthusiastically definite to-day that business this Easter was the best for some years. All report heavy sales and greater ...

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  18. SHOW RECORDS

    Tramway returns show that the number of cars required to deal with the Easter Monday traffic was 228 more than last year. ...

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  19. RIFLEMAN KILLED

    When returning from a rille meeting at Tamworth, Robert Tindall, aged 50, was killed in a car accident. Another rifleman, who was in the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  20. MOTOR FATALITY

    Mrs. T. K. Abbott, senr., mother of Mr. C. L. A. Abbott, M.P., was fatally injured when struck by a motor car at Alpine, near Goulburn. ...

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  21. PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS

    Mrs. A. C. Enderby is in Sydney holidaying. During the spell she attended the conference of the C.W.A. at David Jones.' ...

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  22. WEE MARIE

    Grave concern is expressed by Dr. Dafoe over the condition of Marie, the smallest of the Dionne quintuplets, who is suffering from fever and ...

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  23. "TAKE ME HOME"

    Shortly after 2 o'clock this morning, a man hurled a stone through a window of the Commonwealth Bank at Lidcombe, and then walked around the ...

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  24. GOING WELL

    Miss Jean Batten has arrived here en route to England. She reports "All's well," with her 'plane standing the strain well. ...

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  25. WEDDING BELLS

    Comrades and O.K.'s decorated the Methodist Church and formed a guard of honor for Miss Doris Kathleen Yarham, on Wednesday afternoon last ...

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  26. WISPS AND WHISPERS

    Next Toongi dance, Wednesday, May 1. Palais Dance Band, excellent supper—a good time assured. Don't forget the rehearsal for the ...

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  27. OBITUARY

    [?]known and highly-respected [?]ent of Trangie, in the person [?]ose True, passed away at the [?] his son, in Mullah Street ...

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  28. DEATH SENTENCE

    A court martial sentenced to death General Papoulas, ex-commander of the Greek forces in Asia Minor, and General Kimisis, for participation in ...

    Article : 51 words
  29. LIGHTER TAXES

    In his policy speech to-morrow night, the Hon. B. S. B. Stevens (Premier) will explain the Ministry's intentions regarding further taxation reductions. ...

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  30. SKELETON WEED

    President McLeod, of Cobbora Shire, is evidently a man of many parts and a conscientious councillor. He has just returned from his honeymoon, and ...

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  31. CASUALTIES

    A youngster named Jones, living with his parents in Church Street, was admitted to Dubbo District Hospital yesterday suffering from scalding, said to ...

    Article : 177 words
  32. AT MONARCH-EMPIRE

    Opening to-night and running for three nights, the tense drama, "Chained" will be screened. Starring Joan Crawford and Clark Gable, it is the ...

    Article : 139 words
  33. PLACE OF DRAUGHTS

    The coldest place in Dubbo is the Court House. There are so many doors that icy breezes waft through the passages and make conditions almost ...

    Article : 139 words
Digitisation generously supported by
Macquarie Publications Pty. Limited and the Armati Family
Digitisation generously supported by
Macquarie Publications Pty. Limited and the Armati Family
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