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  2. Three Hundred Gallons of Rum

    FOLLOWING the arrest on the Bridge early last night of a manufacturing chemist, alleged to have been in possession of 48 gallons of illicit rum, C. I. B. detectives and Customs inspectors raided a large shed in a ravine off Fox Valley -road, ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  3. ALSATIAN SAVAGES BOY

    ATTACKED by an Alsatian dog at Epping a few days ago, an eight -year -old boy had his throat ...

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  4. MUST STOP !

    "IT has to stop," declared the Minister for Transport and Deputy -Premier (Mr. Bruxner) at the conference last night of the ...

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  5. Mike On Pylon

    Mr. A. C. C. Stevens ("Uncle Steve" of 2BL), broadcasting a description of the Harbor Bridge from one of the pylons during children's hour last ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. IN VAIN

    SHOTS were fired by J. Richards, a block watchman, early this morning, at two men he had disturbed in ...

    Article : 232 words
  7. WAITING

    WHILE thousands of people in Sydney are preparing for a happy Christmas-- it is only five weeks away now-- numbers of ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  8. HOW MANY?

    HOW many drinks does it take to make a man reckless? In a case at Young, the Coroner said the taking of only four drinks ...

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  9. "WILL FAIL"

    The Mexican proposal to prohibit extremely poor, incompetent, or defective parents from having children is quite impracticable, in the ...

    Article : 304 words
  10. TO VISIT GRAVE

    Joseph Denmead, 49, carpenter, and Joseph Duffy, 38, laborer, were each remanded to November 25, at the Central Court to -day, by Mr. ...

    Article : 146 words
  11. FOUR DRINKS

    "The taking of four drinks, to my mind must impair a man's judgment, and make him, to a certain extent, reckless," said the coroner ...

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  12. DIPHTHERIA

    Alarmed at the prevalence of diphtheria in the municipality, and contending that much was done to spread the disease by children attending ...

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  13. Where Ontario Riots Occurred

    Air view of Portsmouth penitentiary at Kingston (Ontario), where two riots occurred in a week. Prisoners' dissatisfaction in regard to "housing" was the cause. Troops quelled both outbreaks. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  14. Was Never Late For His Work

    Having reached the retiring age (60) Mr. Fred Ferrier, of 90 Baptist -street, Redfern, for many years an assembler at the Eveleight locomotive running ...

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  15. "WE ARE SOLID"

    "Sydney has progressed during the last 14 years more than any other city I have been in," said Mr. R. L. ("Snowy") Baker, on his departure ...

    Article : 99 words
  16. LEICHHARDT GALA

    Boxers, wrestlers, acrobats, yodellers comedians and other vaudeville artists-- all will contribute to the gala performance to be given at the ...

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  17. TO PROSECUTE

    Motor lorry operators who carry passengers, without being licensed by the Transport Department, will be prosecuted, the maximum penalty ...

    Article : 124 words
  18. AFTER 45 YEARS

    Retiring to -day after 45 years' service, Mr. S. C. Lewis, senior chargeman at Central Parcels Depot, has seen the railways grow from a ...

    Article : 105 words
  19. YOUNG CRICKETERS "SUN"-PALMER CLASS

    THERE is no doubt about the popularity of "The Sun"-Palmer cricket coaching class at the Domain. This morning there were 123 lads present, two of them coming all the way from Canley Vale to show their ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 272 words
  20. MEN AND WOMEN

    The Governor will attend the Lawn Tennis Association dinner at the Hotel Australia to -night. Mr. H. E. Pippin, passenger ...

    Article : 203 words
  21. COMMUNISTS MEET

    A meeting of the Communist Party was held this afternoon to consider methods of defeating the Federal Government's Crimes Act, which, if ...

    Article : 49 words
  22. PARK PEST

    Stated by the police to have been the subject of a number of complaints, Richard John Williams, 57, fitter, was sentenced at North Sydney Court ...

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  23. EXECUTIVE BEATEN

    At an aggregate meeting of the Socialisation units at the Trades Hall last night the report of the Lang Labor Party's Unemployment ...

    Article : 95 words
  24. JOBS WANTED

    The R. S. L. Employment Bureau, Wingello House, Angel -place, Sydney, seeks jobs for the following:-- Apprenticeships, sons and daughters of ...

    Article : 303 words
  25. GARDEN SLATED

    The struggle continues between Ald. J. S. Garden, secretary of the Labor Council, and the "Reds" following the allegations by Ald. ...

    Article : 187 words
  26. MURDER CHARGE

    Victor Valentine, 31, miner, was remanded till December 1 at the Central Police Court to -day on a charge of murdering Eric Hartley Kissick. ...

    Article : 89 words
  27. GRANITES MINE

    Mr. Justice Long Innes yesterday granted an ex parte application for an injunction on behalf of Griffith Annesley against Joseph George ...

    Article : 68 words
  28. MUSIC IN THE AIR

    For the first time in history a brass band will broadcast music at a height of 5000ft., on November 25, when Sir Charles Kingsford Smith will take a ...

    Article : 117 words
  29. SOCIALISATION

    Plans for the spreading of the socialisation policy among unions, announced to -day by the secretary of the Lang Labor Socialisation ...

    Article : 96 words
  30. SAW HIM FIRST

    John Frederick Davis, a boxer, who was fined £5 at the Redfern Court yesterday for stealing a cash register, which, later, he pawned, told the ...

    Article : 88 words
  31. Lady Chaytor Sails To -day

    Claiming with a laugh that her visit had been of public service to Australia, in that the men here were now looking at their ties ...

    Article : 62 words
  32. Sly Grog at Kit Kat

    Harry Legerton, 45, manager, was fined £100 at the Central Police Court to -day for selling sly grog at the Kit Kat Club, King -street, City. ...

    Article : 33 words
  33. Cossack Choir

    The Don Cossack Choir will sing at High Mass at the Russian Orthodox Church service at St. George's Church, Redfern, to -morrow. The ...

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