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  4. BYRON BAY

    A meeting of the Hospital Women Guild was held at Byron Bay on Monday, in connection with the efforts being made to raise funds for the ...

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  6. BANGALOW

    On Monday night last the Bangalow Protestant Alliance Friendly Society held the annual installation of officers. ceremony in the Masonic Hall. The ...

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  7. A FIXED EASTER

    It appears as though we are within measurable distance of having a fixed Easter, and this will have many advantages, but it will also cause a great ...

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  8. £20,000,000 LOAN

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.--A private cable received from London to-day indicates that the N.S.W. Government has refused to join with the ...

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  9. THE ANTHRAX OUTBREAK.

    Queensland cattle owners have got the wind up because of an outbreak of anthrax at Lismore, N.S.W., (says the Brisbane correspondent of the "Age"). ...

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  10. EXAMPLE TO BOYS

    It was a typical display of Australian pluck and perseverance than won the Bathurst student Allan Callaghan the 1925 N.S.W. Rhodes Scholarship ...

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  11. "FAULTY WIRING"

    At a meeting of the Rockhampton Fire Brigade Board on Monday last, a report was received from the chief officer. (Mr. Whyte) in reference to a fire ...

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  12. TRAVESTON SMASH

    During the taking of evidence before the Commission of Inquiry into the Traveston railway disaster in Queensland the President (Mr. Justice Webb) ...

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  13. WE WOULD ALL READ IT!

    Railway employees who attend to the cleaning up and housing of trains find all sorts, of odds and ends in the carriages when they go through them ...

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  14. WORLD'S BIGGEST BANQUET

    Over 8000 Freemasons will be present in their regalia at a banquet to be given by the United Grand Lodge of England at Olympia on August 8, in ...

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  15. FOR ETERNITY.

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday.--A curious passage occurs in the will of John Cusack, grazier, who died at Shea's Creek, near Euroa, in April last. He ...

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  16. CANCER CAUSE

    The "Daily Sketch," in giving the first non-technical explanation of the reported discovery of the cause of cancer, says that it is now presumed that ...

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  17. CAN THIS MYSTERY BE EXPLAINED?

    The cables, once or twice lately have made reference to the performances of a German, Otto Kahn, who has been puzling the doctors, ...

    Article : 126 words
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    SEVEN POUND GEM.--"Warland Baa Baa," a pom. shown at the Crystal Palace (Eng.) dog show, is worth his weight in silver. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  21. A WOMAN BURNT.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.--Mrs. Edith Fraser, of Randwiek, was in the kitchen of her house to-day, when her clothes caught on fire. She ran ...

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  22. BABY'S NARROW ESCAPE.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.--Mrs. McGlane was working in her home at Rozelle to-day when she saw the bed on which her baby was lying in flames. ...

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