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  2. Little Girl Who was Strangled In Scrub

    A sensation was created in the City Court, Melbourne, to-day, when Gordon Herbert Knights, 18, builder's laborer of Glenhuntley, was charged with the murder of Ethel Belshaw, 12, at a picnic at Inverloch on ...

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  3. Warm Public Service Debate.

    Conference of the Public Service Association to-day rejected a decision of the Council not to continue the ...

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  4. LANG AND LOTTERY

    In his policy speech which it is expected will be delivered in the Auburn Town Hall on April 26, it is said that Mr. Long the leader of the State Labor ...

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  5. THE JUBILEE FUND.

    Subscription to the King's Jubilee Shilling Fund for the renovation and equipment of the coutts Memorial Home for the chronically ...

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  6. COLLISION IN HARBOR.

    With a crash that could be heard for away, the Interstate steamers Corio and Kooyong collided at the entrance to the Basin ...

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  7. WENT TO GAOL FOR PARTNER

    The first prosecution of its bind at the Darlinghurst Court, George David Franklin, 32, was sentenced , at the Quarter Sessions to-day to ...

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  8. PEGGY'S BIG MOMENT

    A black jersy cow named Peggy assumed a new sense of dignity to-day when she became the subject of litigation at Cessnock ...

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  9. To-night May Be Cold

    Lost night's southerly buster attained a maximum Velocity of 52 m.p.h. in Sydney. The Acting state Meteorologist. ...

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  10. STARVING OF DEFENCE

    Drawing attention to Japanese activity at Australia's back door, the unsettled state of the world and the present ...

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  11. ANOTHER HALT IN BEEF SHIPMENTS

    Meat exporters to-morrow will be informed that as the quota shipments for arrival before July I have reached a limit set out In a tentative ...

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  12. HOW IS THIS FOR A NAME?

    "Mulubinba!" This is the name suggested by the Secretary of the Australasian Society of Patriots for ...

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  13. THEY LIE AND WAIT

    In the white silent wards of Newcastle Hospital and in sick rooms in city and suburban homes scores of painweary people are awaiting the outcome ...

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  14. HOSPITAL EARPHONES DISAPPEAR

    Forly earphones have disappeared since wireless was installed in kurri Hospital. The matter was reported to the Board ...

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  15. RAN 13s UP TO £6500

    A backer at the races at Lyons won £6500 on an Initial stake of 60 francs (approximately 13s). says the Paris correspondent of "The Times." ...

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  16. FEARS INCREASE FOR FRENCH YACHT

    Grave concern' is felt for the safety of the French Count and Countess and party of world tourist aboard the luxury yacht ...

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  17. CHIFLEY WILL OPPOSE LANG

    It is expected that Mr. J. B. Chifley formerly member of the House of Representatives will be selected to-night unopposed as the Federal A.L.P. ...

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  18. JUMP FOR LIBERTY FROM FAST TRAIN

    Hungry and Severely shaken after his leap for freedom from the Albury express while it was travelling at 30 miles per hour. John Russell, 24 who escaped ...

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  19. MEN AND WOMEN

    The Newcastle City Council placed on record last night its appreciation of the great loss the district suffered through the death of Mr. Walkins ...

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  20. MINE EXPLOSION AT LEADVILLE

    Alter investigating the explosion which occurred last night on the property of the Mount Stewart Gold Mine. Leadville, Constable McDonald believes ...

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  21. LABOR CAMPAIGN FOR CESSNOCK SEAT

    Intent on the organisation of the election campaign, Cessnock branch of the A.L.P. has suspended all ordinary business till after the elections. ...

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  22. £250,000 GOLD MINE STORY

    A strange story or money which he sold he was to receive from a woman friend of his who had sold her goldmine in West Australia for more than ...

    Article : 145 words
  23. PETROL COMMISSION'S REPORT

    The petrol Commission's report though it reveal little that was unknown prepares the Federal Government for Consideration of a fixed ...

    Article : 106 words
  24. IMMIGRATION ACT TO BE RECAST

    Quick action has been taken by the Commonwealth Government to remedy the defect in the Immigration Act disclosed by the High Court in upholding ...

    Article : 189 words
  25. STEAMER ORDERED TO SEARCH,

    As the Monterey has reported by radio that she has seen no trace of the Kurrigane, the Marine Department has instructed the Maul Pomare ...

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  26. ABORIGINES' RIGHTS

    The Australasian Society or Patriots, whose headquarters are in Newcastle, considers that If a Royal Commission is set up to Inquire into the future ...

    Article : 91 words
  27. TO-DAY'S ACCIDENTS

    Foot Gashed.—When he trod on a piece of glass while walking along the edge of Cockle Creek to-day, Albert Andrews, aged. 11, of Hardy's Hill, had ...

    Article : 224 words
  28. Speech By Premier

    Following its decision to continue the fight over the Salaries' Reduction the Premier (Mr. Stevens) this afternoon told the Public Service Association ...

    Article : 155 words
  29. CAT BURGLAR GETS £1000 HAUL

    Mrs. W. A. Winter-Irving a daughter of Sir Samuel and Lady Hordern of Sydney was robbed of £1000 worth of jewellery while at diner with her ...

    Article : 93 words
  30. PUBLIC SERVICE SALARY CUTS

    The A.R.U. and other organised bodies with members employed in the Railways Department, have decided to ask the Railways Commissioners and ...

    Article : 157 words
  31. GOLF

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  32. INTERSTATE BOWLS

    The New South Wales bowls teams to play against Victoria and Queensland were announced this afternoon The following Newcastle district ...

    Article : 58 words
  33. Coalfields Soccer Queen

    At the conclusion of the eight week, Miss Doreen Lennard the Cessnock candidate, has taken the lead with 7440 votes from Mrs. G. ...

    Article : 109 words
  34. POLICE VISIT HOUSE IN SUBURBS

    Following a visit to a house in the suburbs this afternoon, Detectives Munday and Emmerson. of Hamilton, and Railway Detective Grey took ...

    Article : 75 words
  35. STRONG COMPETITION FOR WOOL TO-DAY

    Under exceedingly strong and general competition all sections competing freely, the wool market to-day ruled very firm at yesterday's enhanced rates. ...

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  36. LATE SHIPPING

    Uki, Sydney, 2,57 p.m. Dilga Whvalla, 4 p.m. DEPARTURES. Newcastle. ...

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