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  2. Advertising

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    Advertising : 34 words
  3. Advertising

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    Advertising : 24 words
  4. PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS

    Mr. and Mrs. Harry Peters and young Peters are holidaying in Melbourne. Mr. Pay Elphick, of the Dubbo Lighting Co.'s staff, returns from his ...

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  5. LATEST CABLES AND TELEGRAMS

    The Australian XI had the most valuable practice so far at Lords this morning. The weather was again cold and dull, but the wickets were slightly ...

    Article : 107 words
  6. THE "TALKIES" AND SILENT FILMS

    I am not a picture fan, nor am I "superior person"; I have simply [?]srvelled—with others—how it become established that legal lights, ...

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  7. Timely Slogans

    The President of the Master Printers' Association (Mr. Brindley), referring to the Postmaster-General's slogan to grow more wheat, said "why always ...

    Article : 84 words
  8. Effect of Depression

    Professor J. B. Brigden, the well-known economist, in a broadcast address, declared that the depression in Australia had caused the market value ...

    Article : 95 words
  9. Girl's Story of Assault

    A nineteen-year-old girl told the Redfern police early this morning that she had been lured from a car to a lonely spot at Brighton le Sands by two men ...

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  10. SUPREME COURT

    This morning, at the Dubbo Court House, his Honor, Sir Philip Street, opened a sitting of the Supreme Court. Mr. P. H. Reid acted as judge's ...

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  11. C.W.A. CONFERENCE

    When the annual conference of the Country Women's Association was opened in Sydney to-day, there were 350 delegates present from all parts of the ...

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  12. GOLD FIND

    Quartz estimated to yield 10 to 15 ounces of gold to the ton has been taken from a reef discovered by a fisherman near Bright, Victoria. ...

    Article : 34 words
  13. Disastrous Fire

    At 2 o'clock this morning Mrs. W. H. Fisher, wife of the licensee of the Caledonian Hotel, was awakened by a noise, and discovered the room full of ...

    Article : 160 words
  14. CHINESE MASSACRE

    Reports received by the Chinese authorities revcal that a terrible massacre occurred in the city of Kingehun, in North Kiangle, on Saturday, when ...

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  15. AGED MAN'S ACCIDENT

    Albert Arnold, 72, fell between the platform of a moving train at Central Station last night, and received dreadful injuries, including a gaping wound ...

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  16. Alleged Unfaithful Spouse

    In the Divorce Court this morning, before his Honor, Sir Phillip Street, Mary Isabel Martin, of Dubbo, sought to have her marriage with James ...

    Article : 327 words
  17. RAINFALL GENERAL

    Unsettled conditions prevailed over the whole of N.S.W. to-day. Light rain begun to fall in many towns in the North-west Slopes and Plains, and ...

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  18. VICEROY'S APPEAL

    To check the flood of extreme revolutionary and seditious propaganda carried on by a large section of the Indian owned and edited press, the Government ...

    Article : 74 words
  19. WEATHER FORECAST

    The following is the forecast issued at 2 p.m. to-day:—Chiefly fine for the present in South-west; elsewhere generally cloudy, and unsettled, with some ...

    Article : 56 words
  20. BUSINESS MEN'S MEETING

    Addressing a meeting of business men in the Melbourne Town Hall, Senator McLachlan said the problems of Australia to-day called for the use of the ...

    Article : 71 words
  21. THE GOVERNOR-GENERAL.

    The Minister for Mines (Mr. R. D. Weaver) speaking at Cooma and referring to economies in administration, declared that the Government intended ...

    Article : 82 words
  22. THE WOOL MARKET

    At the Sydney wool sales yesterday, the market, rose fully ten per cent, above the closing rates of the last Sydney series. France was a strong ...

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  23. DAVIS CUP TEAM

    Tennis experts are of the opinion that the Australian Davis Cup players are certain of victory over Switzerland. During the past week, the Australians ...

    Article : 75 words
  24. THREE-WEEK TOURS

    An announcement has been made, on behalf of the Australian Railways Commissioners, that during June, July and August this year a series of tours, ...

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  25. CYCLE & TRUCK COLLIDE

    Const. Vidler was killed and Mrs. Wighorn was seriously injured in a collision between a motor cycle and a milk canvassing truck at ...

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  26. RAILWAY TRAGEDY

    A man named Sebasdiano Gaiv fell between the train and platform at Redfern Station last night, and was shockingly injured. He died a few minutes ...

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  27. Divide Trophy

    The Australian tennis players have agreed to divide the trophy for the unfinished Doubles final, but it will be finished for the honor and glory at ...

    Article : 69 words
  28. "BOOKIES" BOOKED

    Four bookmakers were fined in sums totalling £600 at Wellington, N.Z., yesterday. ...

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  29. IN SEARCH OF GRASS

    Mr. George Wheeler, of the firm of Wheeler find Fletcher, Narromine, has just returned from a tour of the back country in search of agistment land. ...

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  30. PUBLIC SERVANTS

    The N.S.W. Crown Employees' Protective Committee has been informed by the State Labor Party that the Opposition will unitedly oppose any ...

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  31. YEARLING SALES

    During the recent yearling sales, 564 yearlings were sold for a total of 93,985 guineas, being an average of 166½ guineas. These figures are the ...

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  32. INTERNATIONAL POLO

    The Ashton Bros., of Goulburn, New South Wales, in the third match at Beauford Polo Club, Wiltshire, had their third win. It was in the ...

    Article : 58 words
  33. YOUTHFUL SUICIDE

    A verdict of suicide was returned at the inquest concerning the death of James Penfield Harvey, aged 16, who after shooting at Maisie Thompson, ...

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  34. FIRE AT TALBRAGAR

    On Saturday evening, at 9.35, a fire as discovered at the home of Mr. Alf. [?]rainsford, at Talbragar. The property was at one time the old Talbragar ...

    Article : 125 words
  35. CHARGES OF VAGRANCY

    George Leslie Bell and James Tunny, two young men, pleaded guilty to charges of vagrancy at the Police Court, yesterday morning, before Mr. Adams, ...

    Article : 129 words
  36. REFERENDUM PROPOSALS

    The Prime Minister (Mr. J. Scullin) is convinced that the referendum on the Ministry's constitutional proposals can be taken before he leaves ...

    Article : 41 words
  37. THE CRICKETERS' VISIT

    Mr. Roy Bardsley, in a letter to Mr. Clarrie Greentree, says:—"All the boys were pleased with the trip, and appreciated the keenness of ...

    Article : 78 words
  38. WELLINGTON SHOW

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 33 words
  39. THE RAINFALL

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 45 words
  40. WHEAT MARKET

    Bulk wheat sold at 4/7 and bagged at 4/8 at this morning's sales, prices being on a par with yesterday's rates. ...

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  41. CENTENARIAN PASSES

    Peter McBrde, died at Albury yesterday aged 100 years. ...

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