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  2. Family Notices

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  3. COMMERCIAL

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  4. LOCAL AND GENERAL

    Don't fail to be there. Officially opened by the Mayor, Ald. Budd, at 8 o'clock Wednesday night. ...

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  5. GET RICH QUICK

    SYDNEY, Monday.--What he stated was a particularly daring fraud, was described by the Crown Prosecutor (Mr. Coyle) at the Darlinghurst Sessions ...

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  6. LISMORE FESTIVAL

    Lismore Musical Festival was continued yesterday. The following finals were decided: Children's Choral Contest, boys or ...

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  7. MURWILLUMBAH'S WIN

    At the conclusion of Lismore Musical Festival on Saturday night, the visiting choirs were the guests of the Festival Committee at supper, served at the ...

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  8. FOOTBALL

    The last meeting for the present season of the Byron Bay Rugby League was held at Byron Bay oh Sunday Mr. Walter Goodwin, president, was in ...

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  9. DON'T FORGET.

    All cars leave Broadway at 7.30 for Grand Social at Dunbible Hall tonight. ...

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  10. TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIPS.

    Finals of the Tweed championships on Knox Park courts, Saturday next, September 25, commencing 2 p.m. Admission 1-. Reserved 6d. extra. For ...

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  11. THE AUSTRALIAN IDEAL.

    The arrival of the British Parliamentary delegation in Australia recalls other visits by similar delegations in recent years. None ...

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  12. SHIPPING.

    The N.C.S.N. Co. reports that the steamer Tyalgum is held up at Tweed Heads owing to heavy seas on the bar. The weather abated somewhat ...

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  13. PUBLIC NOTICE.

    Messrs. Pat. Scully and Leo Pike are no longer employed by R. G. Oates Estates, Ltd., Brisbane homesite vendors. All communication to be ...

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  14. WOLLONGBAR'S GOOD TRIP.

    The s.s. Wollongbar, which left Byron Bay, on Saturday at 5 p.m., arrived in Sydney pt 3.50 p.m. on Sunday. On board were 180 passengers, including 71 ...

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  15. TIMELY RESCUE

    SOUTHPORT, Monday.--While the motor launch Athos, with a party of local and visiting members of the R.S.S.I.L.A. on board,was cruising ...

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  16. SEWING NEEDLE IN ARM.

    To have a sewing needle buried in the muscle of his left arm was the experience of Mr. George James, of Tyalgum, on Friday. None of the needle ...

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  17. THE PHANTOM ARRIVES.

    Scene: Paris Opera House (in natural colors), the opera "Faust" is being staged; the Prima Donna is singing; 150 trained ballet girls are on the ...

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  18. BRISBANE FISH SALES.

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  19. JUST LIMPING ALONG!

    Are you gradually being crippled with feet troubles? Thousands of people are--crippled not only in their feet, but in their health. The daily nag, ...

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  20. TENNIS

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 373 words
  21. A DISEASE

    SYDNEY, Monday.--When Henry Luckey (44), clerk, was charged at North Sydney Police Court with having embezzled £72, the property of the ...

    Article : 157 words
  22. A CHAMPION PONY.

    By advt. in this issue, Mr. Alex. McNaught, of Cudgera, advertises the champion 14.2 pony Kingspear, to stand the season at that centre at a ...

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  23. CRICKET.

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  24. PRISONER RECAPTURED

    TAREE, Monday.--The prisoner, Strathmore, who was recaptured on Saturday night after escaping from Tuncurry prison camp, told the police ...

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  25. REMARKABLE DREAM.

    Some remarkable dreams have been chronicled from time to time, and one which will take some beating in the matter of approximating a subsequent ...

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  26. PERSONAL

    Mr. O. Gallagher, N.C.S.N. Coy., Byron Bay, is on holidays. Mr. J. Mildenhall, of the staff of Norco Ltd., Byron Bay, is holidaying ...

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  27. EMPIRE DELEGATION

    BRISBANE, Monday.--The main party of the Empire Parliamentary Delegation arrived in Brisbane this evening. The visitors were given a ...

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  28. BOWLS

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  29. CARRIED OUT IN SURF

    NEWCASTLE, Monday.--Two men were carried out in the surf yesterday. One was rescued without much difficulty, but the other rescue almost ...

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  30. STATISTICIAN'S FIGURES

    MELBOURNE, Monday.--According to the Commonwealth Statistician, Australia in 1923 had 120 unionists per 1,000 of population. Austria had the ...

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  31. "PHANTOM OF THE OPERA."

    "The Phantom of the Opera," Universal's spectacular production, starring Lon Chaney, Mary Philbin and Norman Kerry, which will be presented at the ...

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  32. MAIZE DUTY.

    SYDNEY, Monday.--A deputation, representing the maize growing interests of the State, waited on the Acting Prime Minister (Dr. Earle Page) to ...

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  33. "TWO-UP" RAID

    SYDNEY, Monday.--There was a sequel to the police raid on premises at Redfern recently, when 81 men pleaded guilty, at Redfern Police Court, ...

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  34. BESIEGED BY BEGGARS.

    ADELAIDE, Monday.--Persistent callers and begging letters received by Mrs. G. Hodges, who recently inherited £70,000 from an uncle in Britain, have ...

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  35. £6,000 DAMAGE BY FIRE.

    BURNIE (Tasmania), Monday.--Damage estimated at £6,000 was caused by fire which gutted a two-story drapery shop owned by Brown Brothers. ...

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  36. LIQUOR ACT.

    BRISBANE, Monday.--During the present session of Parliament the Government intends introducing amendments to the Liquor Act. One of the ...

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  37. NATIONAL DEBT.

    MELBOURNE, Monday.--The annual report of the National Dept Commission shows that the national debt singing fund amounted to ...

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  38. COLORED MAN "WANTED."

    SYDNEY, Monday.--Waverley police are searching for a colored man who, according to a young woman's story, seized her in Bondi Road, Bondi, last ...

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  39. TO-DAY'S FORECAST.

    SYDNEY, Monday.--Generally fine and warm, but with a tendency to some clouds and isolated thunder showers in the south-east ...

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  40. A SURFER'S LUCK.

    SYDNEY, Monday.--A local surfer had a narrow escape from losing his life at Bondi yesterday, when he was carried out 200 yards. A man named ...

    Article : 53 words
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  42. Advertising

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  43. Advertising

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