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  4. King's Speech Approves Conference Resolutions

    "Marry if you wish to live long," is the advice tacitly conveyed by Sir Arthur Newsholme, formerly Permanent Medical Officer to the ...

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  5. ON HOLIDAY

    Swiss and Italian resorts are tilled with Germans, whose objectionable display of wealth contrasts with the appeals made in Swiss newspapers for ...

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  6. FIRST HELP GERMANY

    It is reported from Paris that General Dawes, of America, in opening the inquiry at the Astoria Hotel by the committee of experts, said that ...

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  7. IMPERIAL CO-OPERATION

    Extension of Imperial preference. Extending and amending trade facilities. Assisting utility works in the Empire. Provision of more homes. ...

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  8. STOCKTON FERRY

    The Public Works Department has written to Mr. Connell, M.L.A., regarding wharfage accommodation at Newcastle for the Newcastle-Stockton Ferry ...

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  9. MAKING A FOG

    The Italian navy is being equipped with an apparatus invented by a Swedish engineer, producing artificial ...

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  10. TRAMS v. 'BUSES

    There was an argument at Carrington Council meeting last night whether the trams or the 'buses observed the greater ...

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  11. FATAL DEFEAT

    Clement Cotton died of a seizure resulting from the shock of hearing that the Corinthian Soocer team had ...

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  12. TO THE TOP

    The Parliamentary party which is to make an inspection of the Barrington Tops next week-end will leave Sydney to-morrow at 7 p.m., arriving at ...

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  13. VIOLENT SHOCKS

    A violent earthquake shock was felt throughout the Tokio and Yokahama districts of Japan at 5.45 a.m. to-day. ...

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  14. NOT TILL 1925

    "The Sun's" forecast that a Soccer team would not visit Australasia until 1925 is officially confirmed. The selection committee has ...

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  15. CROWDED HOUSE

    The first meeting of the Carrington Council since the holidays was held last night, and there was a large representation of the ratepayers, who ...

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  16. Record In Sydney

    Dr, Pigot, who to-day left for the country, when analysing the record of the seismograph at Riverview College Observatory yesterday, observed ...

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  17. HIGH TARIFF

    At the meeting of the Iron Trades Council, held at Newcastle Trades Hall last night, a letter was received from the Sydney Labor and Research ...

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  18. BIG ENGINEERING UNDERTAKING

    Mr. A. Goninan, head of the newly-formed company—the Goninan Bridge Corporation Ltd., of Newcastle, is at present in Sydney, and at mid-day to-day lodged the tender of his company for the building of the Sydney Harbor Bridge, which will be one of the largest bridges of the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  19. SHOULD BE ADOPTED

    The British Chamber of Commerce has written to Mr. Baldwin, Mr. Asquith, and Sir. MacDonald, urging the adoption of the Imperial Conference ...

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  20. SWAMP STENCHES

    Alderman Hill drew the attention of Carrington Council to the swamp at the old Hetton pit, where dead fish and eels had accumulated, giving a heavy stench. ...

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  21. "DISGRACEFUL"

    The reserved decision of Mr, J. W. M. Laidlaw, S.M., in the cases of Albert Ball, Joseph Stallard, Herbert Elliott, and William Reynolds, who ...

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  22. FELL OFF TRAIN

    Darcy Frazer, of Weston, was returning in company with a number of miners from Abermain No. 2 colliery, and was riding on the ...

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  23. SHARK CAUGHT

    A grey nurse shark, 12 feet long, was caught by Mr. James Evans off Fisherman's Beach, near the breakwater at Stockton this morning. ...

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  24. TURKS STOP WORK

    The work of the Imperial War Graves Commission at Gallipoll has been paralysed by the Turks, who have suspended further quarrying. ...

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  25. PREFERENCE

    The policy of the Government is to grant reasonable preference to Australian manufacturers apart from preference given by the duty, said the ...

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