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  4. J.F. WHITE RETURNED

    For the past three weeks mild excitement has simmered over a by-election, to fill a vacancy caused by the retirement of Mr. John Barden from Council. ...

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  5. PERSONALIA

    Mr. George Longabardi is still a patient at the Dubbo District Hospital. Mr. H. Giles has been elected president of the Dubbo branch of the A.L.P. ...

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  6. LATEST CABLES AND TELEGRAMS

    The Japanese report that heavy fighting continues in several parts of Jehol, where the Chinese are making desperate efforts to recover the passes ...

    Article : 110 words
  7. Dread Dermatitis

    In 1931, Dr. Thorold Grant, of Adelaide, puchased two suits of underwear from a local draper. After wearing them for a few days, he became ill ...

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  8. RUSSIAN TIMBER

    Giving evidence before the Tariff Board, in Melbourne, a witness declared that timber from Russia was being landed in Sydney, without payment of ...

    Article : 65 words
  9. Body-line Bowling

    Interviewed by the Press at Perth, Mr. J. B. Hobbs, who is aboard the Otranto, on the homeward journey, said that body-line bowling would prove ...

    Article : 131 words
  10. The Last Match

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  11. FANATIC'S FATE

    Governor Scholtz has signed the death warrant for the electrocution of Guiseppe Zangara, in the State prison, for the murder of the Mayor of Chicago ...

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  12. WHEAT MARKET

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  13. LOST AT SEA

    While the inter-State steamer, Poonbar, was proceeded between Bundaberg and Bowen yesterday, Captain Thomas Mutton (54) is believed to have been ...

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  14. THE OLD RENOWN

    The Parramatta River ferry launch, Long Nose Point last night, splitting Long Nose Point last night, splitting her bows open. ...

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  15. WOODMAN KILLED

    A man named George Griffith was crushed to death by a tree which he was helping to fell, near Goulburn. ...

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  16. WISPS AND WHISPERS

    In the Licensing Court yesterday, W. H. Hamer, mine host of the Commercial Hotel, was granted permission to serve liquor with meals. ...

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  17. NOTHING DOING

    Don Bradman has cabled the Rochdale League Cricket Club regretting that he is compelled to decline its offer. He advised that it was ...

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  18. MAY MATTHEWS' DEATH

    An analyis of the organs of Florence May Matthews, whose body was found in the scrub at Narrabeen a fortnight ago, failed to disclose any traces of ...

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  19. COAL MINES AFIRE

    Two serious fires broke out in the coal mines at Ipswich (Queensland) yesterday. Experts believe that owing to the ...

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  20. CHURCHES CAN STOP IT

    Addressing the Council of Evangelical Churches, Mr. Lloyd George said that the only means he could see of arresting a clash between the nations ...

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  21. NAZIS ACTIVE

    The Nazis occupied the Government buildings at Speyer, capital of the Lower Palatinate, adjoining the French frontier. ...

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  22. FIRE ON STATION

    Damage estimated at £4000 was caused by a fire which broke out this morning in a large shed on Magill's station, "Erambie," five miles from Molong. ...

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  23. DISABLED STEAMER

    No further tidings have been received from the disabled Japanese steamer, Kensen Maru. Everything now hinges on whether the vessel can be kept afloat ...

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  24. SATISFACTORILY SETTLED

    An agreement has been reached restoring Westerplatte to its former position. Poland will withdraw troops from Danzig. This apparently ends a ...

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  25. ANOTHER SHOCK

    There was another fairly strong earthquake at 5.18 a.m. to-day, but no damage was done. The death roll is now 119 and the ...

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  26. ALLEGED MURDER

    At the Central Criminal Court to-day, George Leslie Griffin (19), laborer, was charged with having murdered William Alexander McIlveen, at Newtown ...

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  27. OVERCOME BY FUMES

    During a fire, which was responsible for £2000 damage at Harley and Lewis, electrical contractors, Pitt Street, early this morning, seven firemen were ...

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  28. TO-DAY'S PLAY

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  29. INTERESTING MEMENTO

    To commemorate his occupancy of the position of Secretary of Dubbo P.A. & H. Association, at the Diamond Jubilee year, Mr. C. W. Gregory has presented ...

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  30. ARMS TO THE EAST

    In the House of Commons, Mr. S. C. Baldwin announced that as there was no prospect of an international agreement, the Government had decided to ...

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  31. PAIRS CHAMPIONSHIP

    Holders of State bowling honors in pairs and rinks, the names of Hawke and Wheeler have been front-rankers, especially in the Dubbo dual division ...

    Article : 367 words
  32. PALE PINK CHIFFON

    A bridal gown of pale pink chiffon, over shell pink satin, with a pretty picture hat and shoes to tone, was chosen by Phyllis, youngest daughter of ...

    Article : 331 words
  33. BISHOP OF BATHURST

    Owing to his absence at the Eucharistic Conference, the Bishop of Bathurst, Dr. Norton, did not pay his annual visit to Dubbo last year, so there was genuine ...

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  34. VICTOR SMITH

    Victor Smith, the young South African aviator, has landed at a small town 200 miles north-west of Cape Town. He says he encountered strong ...

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  35. OVER THE TEACUPS

    Miss Edna Fischer returned, home yesterday after an enjoyable holiday at Manly. Home with her parents for a month's ...

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  36. WEATHER FORECAST

    The following weather forecast was issued at 2 p.m. to-day:— Cloudy and showery on Central and North Coasts and adjacent highlands ...

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  37. BEER IS PROFITABLE

    It is officially estimated that the amount expected to be collected in taxes through the proposed beer legislation, will run into more than 125,000,000 ...

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  38. QUEENSLANDER FINED

    Charged with travelling stock without a permit, and with failing to travel a mob of horses more than 10 miles in 24 hours, James Matthew Hood pleaded ...

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  39. FUNCTIONING AGAIN

    The banking machinery of the United States began functioning again to-day without restrictions, and deposits are reported to be exceeding withdrawals ...

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  40. USHER TESTIMONIAL

    The testimonial to Mr. J. Usher (the retiring Railway Superintendent) will take place at the Town Hall, Dubbo, at 4 p.m. next Saturday, 18th instant ...

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  41. ST. PATRICK'S CONCERT

    Friday night will welcome St. Patrick's concert in the Royal Theatre, when national songs and a first-class entertainment will delight all patrons. ...

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