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  2. SHIPPING

    The following vessels were in touch by wireless yesterday:--With Sydney: Kaitoke,Waimarino,Makambo, Sonoma, Hollywood, Hellenic, Racconigi ...

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  3. "THE DAILY TELEGRAPH" WEATHER CHART.

    Commonwealth Weather Bureau,'Thursday.--MA slump has occurred almost ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  4. LOWERED WAGES

    Mr. Garden, secretary of the Labor Council, has convened another conference of officials, to be held at the Trades Hall today, to discuss wage reduction and ...

    Article : 127 words
  5. WIFE'S EXPENSES

    The hearing was continued this morning in No. Civil Court, before Mr. Justice Poole and a Jury, of the case in which Harold Bickford is proceeding against ...

    Article : 557 words
  6. NEWS IN BRIEF

    While attempting to board a moving train at Hurstvihe Edward Pardey, aged 22. a resident of that suburb, fell between the train and platform, and ...

    Article : 364 words
  7. YACHT RAATA

    In the case in which three men are charged with having stolen in New Zealand the yacht Raata, evidence was given by Detective Sergeant Murtha, that one ...

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  8. NEWS FROM ABROAD

    The Cook-Beckett boxing contest is not likely to take place for three months. Ah insane Priest. ...

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  9. FRUIT MARKET

    The Sydney Municipal Fruit Market in in a filthy and insanitary condition. There is harlot for rats, which ...

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  10. DRIVER CONVICTED

    That he was drunk while driving a tram in William Street on July 6 was alleged against Albert Beverstbck (36), who was find 5s and 20s respectively on ...

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  11. NEW STATES

    In the Legislative Assembly to-night the debate on the motion. submitted by Mr. Forde in favor of new States was concluded. There was an amendment by ...

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  12. MOTOR CAR'S END

    A motor car which was stated to have caught fire and then plunged over the cliffs at Bilgola Head, near Newport, three weeks ago, formed ...

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  13. RIVERINA RAILWAYS

    It was deciared [?]today that a most satisfactory stage in the negotiations between New South Wales and Victoria for the opening up of the Riverina ...

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  14. BULLETS THROUGH TRAIN WINDOW

    When the passenger train which left Sydney at 2.5 p.m. yesterday arrived at Ourlmbah, a passenger named Thorlow. an inspector in the Education ...

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  15. SYDNEY WOOL SALES

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 1,302 words
  16. WITH THE RIFLE

    The sending of the Australian rifle team to England is now assured. The visit of the British team, under Colonel Sir Philip Richardson, K.B., now a member of ...

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  17. CHARGED WITH ASSAULT

    who appeared at Hornsby Court on Wednesdy on a charge of assault, and are now on remand until July 20. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  18. FUNERALS

    The funeral of the late Mr. A. J. Neate, who had formerly been associated with the railway service of the State, took place to the Rookwood Cemetery ...

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  19. COCKATOO DOCK

    Mr. Pratten, M.H.R., is curious as to the operations, from a commercial standpoint, of the Cockatoo Dockyard, as the yard, he said in the House of ...

    Article : 131 words
  20. OBITUARY

    Mr. Alexander Stewart, contractor and builder, died on Wednesday, at 89 Macaulay Road, Stanmore, and was burled yesterday in the Presbyterian Cemetery, ...

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  21. SUGAR POSITION

    The Minister for Customs will not make his explanation of the sugar position in Parliament before next Wednesday. He said to-night that he was now ...

    Article : 47 words
  22. CLARINET RECITAL

    A fine clarinet player is a rare prenomenon, which, perhaps, eexplains the equally rare clarinet recital. There is some important music written for ...

    Article : 313 words
  23. U.S.A. IN THE PACIFIC

    Sir,--One of the first matters of note the visitor to Noumea comes across is the evidence of American enterprise in the direction of exploiting mines. From ...

    Article : 275 words
  24. LATE SPORTING

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 647 words
  25. BILLIARDS

    At the conclusion of yesterday's play in the billiard match of 16,000 up, the scores were:--F. Lindrum. 4000; H. W. Stevenson. 3183. Lindrum. played a better ...

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  26. 3DEG. AT KIANDRA

    Fine weather continues throughout New South Wales. Day temperatures showed a slight increase, but the night was again cold and ...

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  27. FEDERAL TAXATION DE-PARTMENT

    Sir.--Mr. John D. Purcell should take warning from the fate of AJax, O whom It is recorded that he possessed "courage, lofty, indeed, and heroic; but ...

    Article : 384 words
  28. COMPANY'S FUNDS

    There was a deficiency of over £3000 in the books of the Millar's Timber and Trading. Company, was the evidence given by an accountamt's ...

    Article : 90 words
  29. STUDENTS' CONCERT

    Students of the State Conservatorium of Music will give an invitation concert at the Conservatorium Hall this evening. The programme will include Rameau's ...

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  30. MARTIN PLACE

    Sir,--All responsible members of the community must see that if either the Government or the Municipal Council expend any of the public funds on ...

    Article : 219 words
  31. AMBULANCE ART UNION

    Sir,--As the hon. promoter of the Ambulance Thousand Art Union, I must take strong exception to an article which appears in today's issue of "The Daily ...

    Article : 204 words
  32. W.A. RELIEF WORKS

    Mr. Coltbatch, Acting-Premier, states in reply to the Country Party's protests against the carrying out of a tramway extension to provide for the ...

    Article : 69 words
  33. ARREST AT PETERSHAM

    Plain-clothes Constable Hogan, noticing a man running with parcels under his arm in Parramatta Road shortly after 10 a.m. yesterday, followed and ...

    Article : 119 words
  34. LATE MINING

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 122 words
  35. HELP FOR ARMENIA

    After an address by Dr. V. L. Wirt at the Congregational Church, Pitt Street, on Wednesday, a women's auxiliary was formed to assist the Lord Mayor's ...

    Article : 113 words
  36. MELBOURNE WOOL SALES

    MELBOURNE, Thursday.--The wool auctions for the season 1921-22 closed today, when one [?]rm of brokers submitted a catalogue of 4396 sales. The offerings were as a whole in ...

    Article : 96 words
  37. Advertising

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    Advertising : 59 words
  38. Advertising

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    Advertising : 22 words
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