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  2. Advertising

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  4. GALLANT CHINESE

    The battle at Klangwan village has ended as the most sanguinary encounter of the Sino-Japanese hostilities. The Japanese flag is now floating over the ruins of the walled village, where the dead lie in hundreds. ...

    Article : 157 words
  5. CAR FATALITY

    Mrs Queenie Lewis (30) was killed accidentally last night and her husband injured when a motor car crashed into them at Glebe. ...

    Article : 103 words
  6. STOCK CENSUS

    According to a statement issued by the Government Statistician (Mr. T. Waites), the live stock of the State, as at June 30 last, ...

    Article : 200 words
  7. STOLEN STOCK

    The police at Eulo captured 40 stolen horses and 7 foals, all of which were branded. They were identified as the property of various ...

    Article : 57 words
  8. 38th LOTTERY

    The 38th State Lottery was drawn to-day. The 1st prize. 33873, was won by N. J. Pearce. c/o Devine's Garage, Tullamore, N.S.W.; the 2nd ...

    Article : 134 words
  9. £190,000 PAID

    The Now South Wales Government paid its overseas interest for March, amounting, with the exchange, to about £190,000. ...

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  10. CRICKET FIXTURES

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  11. YOUNG COMMUNISTS

    Two youths about 16 years of age, mounted on a platform in the Sydney Domain yesterday, preached Communism. They slated they had ...

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  12. "GREATEST ENEMY"

    Speaking at the annual conference of the Graziers' Association, F. H. Tout (President) declared: "The greatest obstacle to the ...

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  13. MOTHER ASSAULTED

    The police proceeded to Punchbowl yesterday at the request of a woman who stated that her husband was teaching her two elder ...

    Article : 74 words
  14. ANOTHER PEACE OFFER

    Japan has addressed a communication to members of the Leagkue Council which it is hoped will open the door to a cessation of hostilities at Shanghai. It is reported that the Japanese are agreeable to the ...

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  15. DOG KILLED BY BEES.

    A story comes from Bowral that recently a swarm of bees attacked a valuable coursing dog owned by Mr. Charles Smith, of Fitzroy. ...

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  16. HOLIDAY ARRANGEMENTS

    On March 2 (Show Day) the Post Office will be open from 9 till 12 noon for transaction of nil clauses of business. All mails will ...

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  17. "VIV." McGRATH

    It has been definitely decided that Vivian McGrath, the brilliant schoolboy tennis player from Mudgee, will leave ...

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  18. JAPANESE REINFORCEMENTS

    The first definite evidence off the pretence of the new Japanese division was noticed at Woosung this afternoon, when approximately, 2000 soldiers landed at Chang Wan wharf. The whereabouts of the remainder are unknown, but the second ...

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  19. "WIZARD" SMITH

    It is reported in Auckland that Kingsford Smith, with L. Nudi, ignition expert, who has been with "Wizard" Smith, contemplates a ...

    Article : 40 words
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  21. BROKEN HEADS

    The Presidential election opened with numerous clashes between Nazis, Communists and Socialists, who are engaged in disseminating ...

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  22. MISSIONARIES

    Dr. W. P. Chen, the Consul-General for China, presided over a great missionary meeting, held in the Lyceum Hall, Sydney, last week, ...

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  23. TOWN MENACED

    The township of Koorawatha, which has been menaced by fires for two days, is now believed to be out of danger, although the flames ...

    Article : 91 words
  24. FOUND DEAD

    Thomas Neuman (69), a retired dairy farmer, who resided at Banyo, visited Brisbane on Saturday and failed to return to his home ...

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  25. MORE TAXES

    It is reported in Ministerial circles that Premier Lang will introduce a new Bill in the Legislative Assembly this week with the object ...

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  26. SHOT IN BACK

    While Charles Grace, 21, was out walking with a young woman in Hobart on Saturday, he was shot in the back and taken to hospital in ...

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  27. SPEED TRIALS

    Sir Malcolm Campbell, who had hoped to achieve 300 miles an hour during the present test, has postponed further trials until next year. ...

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  28. INFANTILE PARALYSIS

    Seven cases of infantile paralysis were reported during the week-end, mostly in country districts. ...

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  29. YOUTH DROWNED

    Stanley Brown (15) was drowned in Lake Macquarie yesterday after falling from a boat at Cardiff Point, Belmont. His companion, ...

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  30. WHEAT BOUNTY PAYMENTS

    Payments were made under the Wheat Bounty Act of 1931 for wheat of the 1931-2 season at the rate of 4½ per bushel. These ...

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  31. SHOT DEAD

    Robert John Worland (8) was accidentally shot dead at Cobden by his ten-year-old brother. The children were shooting parrots with a ...

    Article : 42 words
  32. TO-DAY'S SYDNEY STOCK MARKET

    Winchcombe, Carson, Ltd., report by 'phone:— Cattle offered at Homebush to-day, 2250: market cheaper for all ...

    Article : 114 words
  33. SHOT IN STOMACH

    Stanley Watts (31), of Dudinlu, was shot in the stomach on Saturday, and is now in hospital in a critical condition. ...

    Article : 82 words
  34. CLERGYMEN'S UNIQUE HOLIDAY

    That one-half of the scope for holiday makers in N.S.W. has never been told is exemplified in the fact that two young clergymen ...

    Article : 85 words
  35. PLANE CRASHES

    Lord Atsley was landing at Bristol aerodrome at dusk last night after a night from Wales when the wings of the machine struck an ...

    Article : 57 words
  36. MARKETS

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  37. CENTRAL FORECAST

    Warm and sultry and fine at first, but some scattered thundery rain developing within the next day or two. ...

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