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  3. THE WEEK ON 'CHANGE

    The money market is quiet, as is customary just before the close of the financial year. The banks show a tendency to restrict credit, and in some cases are asking for reduction of overdrafts. ...

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  4. YOUTH NOT LOST

    LITHGOW, Saturday. -- "I could not find the cow, so thought I had better not go back." This is the explanation that John ...

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  5. 56,487 WERE THERE

    Over 56,000 people -- 56,487 to be exact --assembled at the Sydney Cricket Ground yesterday to see New South Wales defeat ...

    Article : 568 words
  6. Sunshine and Sundays

    SIX million Australians will enjoy the sunshine this morning; enjoy it the more because it is Sunday ...

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  7. MOTOR CYCLIST INJURED

    NEWCASTLE, Saturday. -- Suffering from a probable fracture of the right leg and right ribs, a lacerated wound in the right knee, and other injuries, ...

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    KEEPING UP THE FLOW OF MATERIAL FOR THE HARBOR BRIDGE. -- The Port Bomen unloading steel at the wharf adjoining Dorman, Long's workshops, Milson's Point. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. A SUCCESSFUL RUSE

    NEWCASTLE, Saturday. -- "Have you got your gun, doctor?" "Yes, but I cannot see the man." This dialogue was carried on in Dr. ...

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  10. NEW TURNS AT THE TIVOLI

    A quaintly original act is that which the Briants presented for the first time at the Tivoli Theatre yesterday afternoon. In some respects it is ...

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  11. Health-giving Colors

    By replacing white walls and red coverlets in hospitals with delicate green, yellow, and mauve ones, it is claimed that patients are kept in a ...

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  12. Yesterday's Shipping

    ARRIVALS. -- Gwydir, str., from Newcastle, 5.10 a.m.; Surrey, str., from Brisbane, 6.56 a.m.; Athenic, str., from, ...

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  13. RE-BROADCASTING WGY

    The re-broadcasting of W.G.Y. (Schenectady, N.Y.) last night was easily the most perfect of all overseas transmissions to-date. ...

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  14. AN ENGINEER DROWNED

    NEWCASTLE, Saturday. -- Clyde Smith (36), an engineer on the Port Stephens ferry Reliance, was drowned opposite the public wharf at Tea ...

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  15. Boy Badly Injured by Cycle

    Crossing the road near his home in Willoughby Road, Naremburn, Alan Campbell (10) was knocked down by a motor cycle and badly injured. He ...

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  16. WIRELESS FROM AMERICA

    The wireless items proadcast experimentally from Station WGY, Schenectady, were picked up by 2FC (Farmer's) last night. ...

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  17. Knocked Down by a 'Bus

    Bridget Mooney, 62, of Myrtle Street, Sydney, was knocked down by a motor-'bus in George Street. She was admitted to the hospital with a ...

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  18. Steel for the Harbor Bridge

    The steamer Athenic, which was formerly on the England-New Zealand run, arrived yesterday with about 19,000 tons of cargo, including steel ...

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