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  2. NOT WANTED.

    A remarkable story of alleged attempts by a father to murder his infant son, aged nine months, by smothering him, and finally to get rid by abandoning him in ...

    Article : 567 words
  3. JAPAN AND CHINA.

    Dispatches from Tsinanfu this morning state that General Toyama's mixed Japanose brigade from Dairen, en route for Tsiranfu, clashed with the main force of ...

    Article : 256 words
  4. DEALER IN COCAINE.

    Described as the most notorious retailer of cocaine in Sydney, May Smith (42), was fined at the Central Court today [?] maximum penalty of [?] in ...

    Article : 78 words
  5. LATEST CABLEGRAMS.

    The Overseas Settlement Department party of University arid public school boys, who are touring the Dominions, will sail for South Africa on June 1. ...

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  6. THE SYDNEY CITY COUNCIL

    Mr. Justice Harvey, who has been appointed a Royal Commissioner to enquire into the Contract for £622,877 entered into by the City Council in. 1926 with Messrs. ...

    Article : 247 words
  7. WAR PENSIONS.

    Mr. Coleman moved the following motion in the House of Representatives today;—"That a Select Committee from this House be appointed to enquire into and ...

    Article : 1,315 words
  8. PTOMAINE POISONING.

    Sardines bought at a grocer's shop in Vere-street, Collingwood, to-day, were responsible for nine persons becoming ill with ptomaine poisoning. The victims ...

    Article : 135 words
  9. SCANTY RAINS.

    After the promise of rain held out by the muggy conditions on Wednesday, falls reported tip to Thursday morning were disappointng. Nevertheless as the showers ...

    Article : 251 words
  10. A BRISBANE CASE.

    A fine of £25. in default three months' imprisonment, was imposed on James Bradly, who pleaded guilty to-day to having been unlawfully in possession of ...

    Article : 70 words
  11. SHIPOWNERS STAY THEIR HANDS.

    The ultimatum of the Steamship Owners' Federation to the Marine Cooks. Bakers, and Butchers' Union that they must man all idle vessels expired to-day, but the ...

    Article : 735 words
  12. CITRUS GROWERS.

    Surprise that citrus fruitgrowers were agitating so strongly for experiments in the export of cirrus fruit while they were not taking any step to exploit fully the ...

    Article : 476 words
  13. FEDERAL PARLIAMENT.

    The following [?] were read a third [?] and [?] and State and [?] ...

    Article : 399 words
  14. TROUBLE AT A GREEK CLUB.

    Last night Arthur Johansen and Robert McCormack, youths, went into "the Pantheon Club, Florence-street, a meeting place for the Greek community, and It ...

    Article : 113 words
  15. QUESTIONS IN THE FEDERAL HOUSE.

    In the House of Representative to-day Mr. Gullet asked the Prime Minister (Mr. Brace) whether he could inform members what action the Federal Labor Party was ...

    Article : 38 words
  16. WORLD-WAR POSSIBLE.

    Deelaring that unless a [?] factor for peace intervenes immediately in China,' war may ensue involving the whole world, Mr. Black, M.H.R., has ...

    Article : 70 words
  17. NO CHANGE IN SYDNEY.

    The Acting-Premier (Mr. Buttenshaw) informed Mr. Goldstern, in the Legislative Assembly to-day, that he would consider making representations to the ...

    Article : 150 words
  18. SOLD THE MOST BEER.

    In a debate in the Presbyterian Assembly to-day the Rev. A. A. Mackenzie, of Adelaide, said one South Australian hotelkeeper last year received a bonus of ...

    Article : 45 words
  19. SCHOOLGIRLS DRINK BRANDY

    Precocious schoolgirls who drank brandyfrom flasks and liberally added sherry to the trifles which they made at" cookery classes, were the subject of discussion to ...

    Article : 231 words
  20. BRITISH SUBJECTS WARNED.

    Sir' Austin. Chamberlain, answering a question in the House of Commons today, said British subjects in Tsinanfu were warned on or before April 20 to remove ...

    Article : 69 words
  21. THE CLAN MURRAY TROUBLE

    The Fremantle Lumpers' Union this morning received instructions from the executive of the Waterside Workers' Federation in Melbourne to work the steamer ...

    Article : 124 words
  22. A DARING TURF.

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  23. ENGLAND AND AFGHANISTAN.

    In the House of Commons to-day the foreign Minister (Sir Austen Chamber, lain) statel that he did sot conduct any negotiations with king Amanullah of ...

    Article : 99 words
  24. THUGS IN SYDNEY.

    Hemmed in on all sides by thugs who attacked him on Pyrmont Bridge to-night, Mr. William Kingston (35) desperately broke through them and leaped blindry ...

    Article : 315 words
  25. DOCTORS AND PRESCRIPTIONS.

    In the Legislative Assembly [?] McGirr, who is a chemist [?] Minister of Health if he [?] to prevent doctors from [?] ...

    Article : 33 words
  26. PORT ADELAIDE SEAMEN,

    A largely attended special meeting of the Port Adelaide branch of the Seamen's Union was held on Thursday to consider the action of a meeting of the ...

    Article : 502 words
  27. VIEWS AND COMMENTS.

    From J. CHURCHILL SMITH, secretary Australian Aero Club:-I am directed by the committee of the Hinkler reception to convey to you its appreciation of the ...

    Article : 66 words
  28. FATALITIES AND ACCIDENTS.

    On Tuesday, May 8, Mr. Dor Poole, of Curremulke, met with a painful accident whilst opening barley with an engine atteached to a harvester. when the bag ...

    Article : 82 words
  29. NEW WARSHIPS.

    The Prime Minister (Mr. Bruce) announced to-day that the programmes for the voyage of H.M.A.S. Australia and Canberra from England to Australia were ...

    Article : 246 words
  30. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

    The Minister of Health (Sir Neville Howse) told Mr. Forde that the report of the Royal Commission in connection with the Bundaberg serum tragedy had ...

    Article : 55 words
  31. MEAT FOR THE NAVY.

    It is understood that the Queensland Meat Export Company has received [?] lb. of Admiralty contract. ...

    Article : 26 words
  32. WOMEN IN THE PULPIT.

    From "SUPPORTER," Payneham:—I agree with "E.J.C." and "Semper Fidelis" that the protest made by Canon Wise against a woman preaching in St. Peter's ...

    Article : 278 words
  33. Re-examination of Ex-soldiers.

    Answering Mr. Donald Cameron, the Minister in charge of Repatriation (Sir Neville Howse) said the Repatriation Commission was prepared to re-examine ...

    Article : 174 words
  34. A BROKEN ARM.

    On Friday Mrs. Thomas Brown, of Nawan, Koolywurtie had the misfortune to fall heavily and Broke an arm above the wrist. She was at once motored to ...

    Article : 53 words
  35. FINGERS BADLY BURNT.

    About noon yesterday Miss A. Plush saw flames rising above a fence surrounding shop premiers occupied by Mr. S. G. Appleny, grocer, in Ral Raleavenue, and ...

    Article : 92 words
  36. THE TERRY EXPEDITION.

    Mr. Michael Terry's expedition is setting out from Port [?] to-day for Broome. via the Ninety-[?] Beach. The party expects to camp at Degrey River ...

    Article : 42 words
  37. MISHAPS AT LONDON

    While chaficutting at Nadda, Mr. A. H. Symonds accidentally got one of his hands caught in the rollers of the machine, and it was badly injured. He is in the Loxton ...

    Article : 108 words
  38. THE BIG ENGINES.

    There is no prospect of the case in which Messrs. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co. are suing the South Australian Government for a large sum in connection ...

    Article : 79 words
  39. PETERBOROUGH.

    May 10.—A meeting of the broad gauge committee was held this morning, when the Mayor (Air. S. D. Jones) presided, He explained that in consequence of a ...

    Article : 283 words
  40. EYRE PENINSULA SETTLERS.

    From J. O'DONNELL, Tumby Bay:— Every now and then politicians deplore the drift of the rural population to the city. It is a matter of deep [?] to ...

    Article : 254 words
  41. AMERICA AND THE WAR.

    In the Legislative Assembly to-day the debate was continued on the Bill designed to give the Sydney Civic Commissioners power to borrow in America. ...

    Article : 173 words
  42. A JOCKEY INJURED.

    The racaborse St. Gothic fell while being schooled over jumps at Caulfield this morning, and Norman Brace (19) his jockey, of Albert-street, Caulfield. was ...

    Article : 52 words
  43. Advertising

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    Advertising : 231 words
  44. CRUSHED BY A MOTOR LORRY.

    In attempting to pass behind a heavy motor lony which was being driven in reverse in York-street, to-day, Mr. Edward Scott (54), of Cliff-street, South ...

    Article : 56 words
  45. BILLIARDS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 34 words
  46. THE BRISBANE WOOL SALES.

    The final auction of the series of wool sales was held to-day. Supper wool was unchanged on the opening pates. Medium wool showed a decline from [?] to 5 per ...

    Article : 58 words
  47. AUSTRALIAN ARTIST.

    Mr. James [?] "Portrait of Miss [?] is being exhibited at the Old Salon. ...

    Article : 24 words
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