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  2. LATEST NEWS

    LONDON, March 8.--At the woolsales 7804 bales were offerd, including 1099 from N.S.W. of which approximately 5836 were sold. There was ...

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  3. Advertising

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  4. Baby Health Centre Carnival

    That the slogan, "The baby institution with a giant appeal," truly describes the standing of the Corowa and District Baby Health Centre ...

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  5. PERSONAL

    Mrs. L. M. Buggy left Melbourne by boat on Tuesday last for Perth. Mr. L. M. Buggy, of Corowa, received word early this week of the ...

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  6. YOUTH'S TRAGIC DEATH

    The 17-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Paitison of Minchenden Vale. Co[?] mat his death in tragic circumstances at his parents home on ...

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  7. RESTORING PROSPERITY

    LONDON, March 8.-- Mr. Ramsay Macdonald, speaking at South London said that the safety of every step the Government had taken in measures to ...

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  8. POLITICIANS VISIT TO MULWALA

    Mr. Ball, M.L.A. in company with Colonel Bruner, deputy Premier of New South Wales, paid a short visit to Mulwala last week-end. They were ...

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  9. FIRST GERMAN DIVORCE

    BERLIN, March 8.-- For the first time in Germany a divorce was granted to-day to a Christian because his wife was a Jewess. The Judgen in the ...

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  10. ADMINISTRATION METHODS OF [?].B.C.

    LONDON, March 8.--Referring to administration methods of Quarterdeck and Barrack Square, the "Daily Herald" says that a revolt is breaking ...

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  11. SALE OF A GREYHOUND

    A case came before the Flemington Court last week which created some interest in coursing circles, when Edward Horatio Smith sought to recover ...

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  12. TELEGRAMS

    SYDNEY, Thursday.--Giving evidence before the Petrol Royal Commission. Colin Bigger, solicitor for Independent Oil Industries Ltd., ...

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  13. WEDDINGS

    St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church Albury, was the scene of a very pretty wedding on Monday, February 14, when L[?]lian Evelyn youngest ...

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  14. "THE BURDEN OF CANBERRA"

    Writing in "The Argus," a correspondent very sensibly refers to "the burden of Canberra.'' He states:-- "Ministers should give serious thought ...

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  15. GIRL TIRED OF WORK AND LONELINESS

    SYDNEY, Thursday.--An inquest was held at Parramatta to-day concerning the death of Nellie Charlotte Foster, 31, single. The Coroner ...

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  16. Board of Fire Commissioners

    To-day (Friday), at 11.30 a.m. the Board of Fire Commissioners will visit Corowa, and will meet the council [?] discuss any fire brigade matters ...

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  17. P. A., AND H. SOCIETY

    A meeting of the council of the above Society was held at Mr. J. D. Fraser's office on Tuesday afternoon last, when there were present ...

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  18. AUSTRAL TALKIES

    The [?]two pictures and supporting shorts booked for screening at Austral Pictures to-morrow (Saturday) night offer 100 per cent. entertain. ...

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  19. "SUICIDAL TARIFF"

    At the district conference of the F. and S. Association, Mr. Collins M.H.R., spoke of the division between the United Country. Party and the ...

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  20. BARROW--POLLOCK

    On Wednesday afternoon, February 28, the marriage took place at the Carlyle Congregational Church of Lavinia Pollock, second daughter of Mr. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  21. WHEAT BOUNTY FORMS

    Wheat bounty forms are now available and must be filled in and returned before Monday, April 16. ...

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  22. THE PILLIGA MURDER

    Before the Police Court at Burren Junction this morning, Mrs. Annie Elizabeth Richards 39, was charged with having murdered George ...

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  23. Fire at Yarrawonga

    Fire broke out on Monday morning at 2 a.m. in the premises of the Austral Cafe in Belmore street, Yarrawonga, conducted by Mr. R. Zagame ...

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  24. FINES REDUCED ON APPEAL

    At the Wagga Police Court in October, 1933, A. J. Hill and Son, Melbourne, the two principal partners of the firm, were fined £100 each on a ...

    Article : 123 words
  25. Advertising

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  26. ELDERLY WOMAN HAS NARROW ESCAPE AT WAGGA

    Mrs. Minnie Baumer, aged 68 for many years a resident of Wagga had a narrow escape from death on Monday, when [?] was trapped in a ...

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