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  2. Advertising

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    Advertising : 22 words
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    Advertising : 30 words
  4. WATER SUPPLY AUGMENTATION

    The following report in connection the Dubbo water augmentation scheme was read at the meeting of the Municipal Council on Tuesday night ...

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  5. PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS

    For the Easter holidays Mr. J. Quinlan, of the Forestry Department, is going to the city. Messrs. Jack Abberton and Jock ...

    Article : 384 words
  6. LATEST CABLES AND TELEGRAMS

    Two military aeroplanes collided above Chateauroux, one, piloted by Lieut. Baret, being cut in two. The debris crashed into the street, and ...

    Article : 81 words
  7. The Easter Show

    The attendance at the R.A.S. Show on Tuesday numbered 21,750, constituting a record for the opening day. The points awarded in the District ...

    Article : 67 words
  8. Sensational Assault

    Isaac Cundy, laborer, staggered into the residence of Mrs. J. Campbell with blood streaming from his head and suffering from a wound. He alleged that ...

    Article : 78 words
  9. Last Season's Wheat

    Figures prepared by the Government Statistician show that for the year ended June last year, 4,000,000 acres sown with wheat yielded 42,275,000 ...

    Article : 96 words
  10. Forty-four Hours' Pay

    About 10,000 railway and tramway employees have decided to accept the 44 hours' pay and work a 44 hours week. Another important section of the ...

    Article : 94 words
  11. SCHOOL FLOWER SHOW

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  12. HOTEL FIRE

    Walter Mustow, 46, who, with his clothes ablaze, jumped over a verandah of the Queen's Hotel at Jericho, Queensland, which was destroyed by ...

    Article : 52 words
  13. BRITISH CHANCELLOR

    "Mr. Snowden is the best Chancellor we've had for six years," said Walter Runciman, addressing the Lib- eral Council. "If he continues on ...

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  14. THE SAMOAN TROUBLE

    It is reported that New Zealand's control of the Mandated Territory in Samoa may be shortly relinquished by the Dominion, with the recommendation ...

    Article : 53 words
  15. RAILWAY ACCIDENT

    Noel Wicks, 15, son of the manager of the Richmond branch of the Bank of N.S.W., was fatally injured last night, when he fell from a fast ...

    Article : 80 words
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  17. COMMITTEE TO CONSIDER

    By 20 votes to 7 the Legislative Council this morning rejected the Unemployment Insurance Bill which was passed by the Assembly. It was agreed that ...

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  18. LATEST FORECAST

    The following weather forecast was issued at 2 p.m. to-day:—Further scattered showers and morning fogs about the coast and tablelands; otherwise ...

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  19. HON. W. M. HUGHES

    who explained the aims and objects of flic Australian Party in the Protestant Hall on Wednesday night. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  20. ADDITIONAL TAXATION

    It is reported that the State Government intends raising about £3,000,000 a year in order to help it surmount its serious economic difficulties bytaxing ...

    Article : 81 words
  21. TAX NOT EQUITABLE

    Trades Hall officials are strongly opposed to a special tax to relieve distress among the unemployed. They claim that the workers will have to find ...

    Article : 64 words
  22. OUR DEFENCE ARMS

    The Prime Minister (Mr. Scullin) says that the army, navy and airforce have been asked for suggestions with a view to a big cut in the next esti- ...

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  23. DAVIS CUP TEAM

    Continuous rain since their arrival on Saturday prevented the Australian Davis Cup tennis players practicing. Nevertheless daily exercises are ...

    Article : 39 words
  24. Doncaster and Cup

    The "A" grass track was used at Randwick this morning for gallops. The going was heavy. Penthcus went over five furlongs in 1.4; Sir Ribble and ...

    Article : 114 words
  25. DUBBO BOY'S SUCCESS

    M. R. K. Perry, of Dubbo, has been grunted a technical scholarship on his recent Intermediate Certificate. ...

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  26. CONSPIRACY CHARGE

    At the Central Police Court this morning Charles McDermott (42), motor driver, George Walter William Hatch (22), laborer, James Degman (20), and ...

    Article : 98 words
  27. OBITUARY

    The death occurred at the Dubbo District Hospital of Lester James Triplett, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Triplett, of Cobbora Road on Tuesday, at the age ...

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  28. BIG BILLIARDS

    At the conclusion of the session last night, the scores were: Davis, 15,626; Falkiner, 15,262, including breaks of 529 and 510. ...

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  29. WIRELESS TELEPHONY

    Telephonic communication between England and Australia will be opened on April 30, at, 6 p.m. Australian time. The first conversation will take place ...

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  30. GIRL FOUND DROWNED

    Olivia Pranter, 20, was found drowned in a waterhole of Wild Duck Crook on Tuesday night. Some hours earlier she had gone for a ride on a horse. ...

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  31. THE WHEAT MARKET

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  32. COMMUNIST ACTIVITIES

    What is described as a terrorist campaign has been inaugurated among New Zealand freezing workers by a communistic organisation known as the ...

    Article : 81 words
  33. THE COAL QUESTION

    The State Cabinet will consider in detail the recommendations of the Coal Commission at an early date. Mr. Bavin said that although he had ...

    Article : 124 words
  34. INTERNATIONAL GOLFERS

    The town is inundated with visitors from all centres to see the international golfers, Messrs. Hagen and Kirkwood in action. The famous players arrived ...

    Article : 147 words
  35. TAXI DRIVERS' EXIT

    Alleged to have swallowed poison while seated in a taxi with a follow driver outside the Show Ground last night, Thomas Jones, 50, was taken to ...

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  36. GAOLS OVERCROWDED

    The Attorney-General (Mr. Mitchell) told the Senate Investigating Committee that the prohibition prosecutions have been accelerated to a point where ...

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  37. FIRE IN CITY

    A fire gutted two floors of the Stanley Buildings, Pitt Street, last night. Considerable damage was done to stock in other parts of the building. ...

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Macquarie Publications Pty. Limited and the Armati Family
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