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  4. WEDDINGS.

    A Wedding of considerable interest to Manning folk took place [?]at St. John's Church, Taree, on Saturday afternoon last, when the Rural Dean ...

    Article : 362 words
  5. BREAK OF GAUGE DEVICE.

    A small model of his device for overcoming the breaks of railway gauges was demonstrated by Mr. J. C. T. Boock on Tuesday before a ...

    Article : 370 words
  6. SILENCE OF BRITAIN.

    Guardedly, the Prime Minister, Mr. Neville Chamberlain, to-day referred in the House of Commons to the Government's consultations with other ...

    Article : 200 words
  7. Flying Boat to Cross Indian Ocean.

    The Minister for Civil Aviation, Mr. Thorby, announced in Canberra on Tuesday night that, with the object of establishing on air route between ...

    Article : 236 words
  8. MOTION FROM EDEN.

    Thirty-four Government supporters including the former Foreign Secretary (Mr. Eden), the former First Lord' of the Admiralty (Mr. Duff ...

    Article : 176 words
  9. BUXTON--JANSSON.

    On Saturday, 18th March, at the Hamilton Wesley Church, over 600 friends and well-wishers gathered to witness the marriage of Miss Ruth ...

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  10. CYCLISTS KILLED.

    An outstanding feature of the road accidents in this State during 1938, according to statistics just released, is in the increased number of pedal ...

    Article : 408 words
  11. WAR PLANE PLAN.

    Two huge central erection units for the production of complete military aircraft are to be erected--one at Sydney and one at Melbourne. ...

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  12. ALLIANCE WITH FRANCE.

    "Britain and France are entering into the closest military co-ordination, in readiness for all eventualities. It is recognised that, in the event of a ...

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  13. Queensland Leading Butter State.

    Queensland has replaced Victoria as Australia's greatest butter producing State, For the seven months ended January 31 production in those ...

    Article : 184 words
  14. "RESTORE THE CZECHS."

    In the House of Lords to-day, Lord Davies presented a motion, urging among other things measures for the restoration of Czechoslovakia's ...

    Article : 143 words
  15. Oxley P. & C. Association.

    The annual meeting of Oxley Island P. aud C. Association was held on 28th March, there being a fair attendance. Mr. G. Weeks presided. ...

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  16. Foley Bros.' Market Report.

    BUTTER.--In New South Wales production has increased considerably. Local demand is good. In Britain despite the continuing reports ...

    Article : 215 words
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  19. STEERS ESCAPE.

    Six hours' work, including plenty of excitement, befe[?] a number of cow boys early on Monday morning when three steers hound for the show ...

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    SUNDAY FOOTBALL IN WEST.--A move against organised Sunday football has been taken by the trustees of the Dubbo showground, who ...

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    N.Z. WITH BRITAIN.--New Zealanders were part of the British people and stood side by side with them to-day, just as they had always done ...

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    The world's wheat surplus is 1,100,000,000 bushels, while the annual demand from importing countries is only 550,000,000 bushels--half ...

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    Last week Norco manufactured 18 tons more butter than in the previous week. ...

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