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  2. RAIN IN NEW SOUTH WALES.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.— Amongst the consequences of the extraordinary rainfall along the coast which has marked the first half of this week is the closing down of ...

    Article : 940 words
  3. INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 220 words
  4. NEW SOUTH WALES FINANCES

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.— In the Legislative Assembly Mr. Cann moved that it was expedient to introduce a Savings Bank Amalgamation Bill. He said that all that ...

    Article : 696 words
  5. FEDERAL POLITICS

    DAYLESFORD, Wednesday.—On Tuesday night Senator McColl and Mr. W. J. Richards, 0f Bendigo (one of the organisers of the People's Liberal Party), addressed a ...

    Article : 1,192 words
  6. IRRIGATION PROBLEMS.

    KERANG, Wednesday.—The Premier (Mr. Watt), accompanied by Mr. Lawson (Minister for Lands) Mr. Hutchinson (Minister for Water Supply), and Mr. ...

    Article : 1,434 words
  7. AUSTRALIAN DEFENCE.

    WANGARATTA. Wednesday.—speaking this evening it the dinner given in connection with the Australian Natives' Association annual conference, the Prime ...

    Article : 619 words
  8. A.N.A. CONFERENCE.

    WANGARATTA, Wednesday.—The A.N.A. Conference was continued to-day. To allow of preparations being made for the banquet in the evening, the meeting was ...

    Article : 2,395 words
  9. COUNTRY NEWS.

    With the object of collating information to be submitted by a deputation which will wait upon the Minister for Railways (Mr. Mackinnon), representatives of various ...

    Article : 1,315 words
  10. LAND TAXATION.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—The Minister for Lands (Mr. Trefle) stated to-day in the Legislative Assembly that it was the intention of the Government to separate the ...

    Article : 100 words
  11. KEW ASYLUM.

    The Kew council on Tuesday night received from the Public Health department a copy of an anonymous letter with reference to an outbreak of typhoid at the Kew ...

    Article : 155 words
  12. HOUSEBREAKING AT KEW.

    Councillor Ratten, who resides in Gotham road, informed the Kew Council on Tuesday night that his house was broken into on Sunday, and jewellery stolen, during the ...

    Article : 83 words
  13. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    The general elections in France, which are rendered particularly interesting owing to the indirect connection of some of the Ministers with the Calmette shooting case, ...

    Article : 134 words
  14. ANGLICAN CHAPEL.

    PERTH, Wednesday.— The chapel of St. Mary and St. George, built at the Church of England Grammar School, Guildford, from designs by Mr. Walter Tupper, ...

    Article : 146 words
  15. DEEPENING THE HEADS.

    QUEENSCLIFF, — Wednesday.—It is expected that the present crew of the Albert, which is deepening the entrance to the Heads, will be duplicated next week. Four ...

    Article : 140 words
  16. ACQUITTAL AFTER RETRIAL.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—In the Central Criminal Court to-day the retrial was continued in the case in which Thomas Edwin Brown, orchardist, of St. Ives, was charged ...

    Article : 129 words
  17. INFANTILE PARALYSIS.

    WELLINGTON (N.Z.), Wednesday.— Dr. Fenwick, in a report to the Christchurch Hospital board, on the subject of infantile paralysis, said that the disease ...

    Article : 110 words
  18. NORTHERN TERRITORY.

    It was stated yesterday by the Minister for External Affairs (Mr. Glynn) that he would shortly lay before the Cabinet a comprehensive scheme for the progressive ...

    Article : 121 words
  19. TRANSCONTINENTAL RAILWAY

    PORT AUGUSTA, Tuesday.—Last week the navvies, gangers, platelayers, and unskilled labour employed on the transcontinental railway notified the supervising ...

    Article : 186 words
  20. SUSPICIOUS FIRES.

    BEAUFORT, Tuesday.—A young man, Robert Francis Martin, was proceeded against at the police court to-day by Senior-constable M. Rohan, on three charges of ...

    Article : 149 words
  21. TRAMWAY SERVICES.

    The widening of Barker's road cutting in connection with the construction of the Kew electric tramway, to replace the present horse tramway, had been delayed pending negotiations for the purchase ...

    Article : 323 words
  22. FARMER COMPENSATED.

    PERTH, Wednesday.— In January, 1913, a farmer, named O'Connell, on the Hotham River, was burnt out by a fire, originating through Government employees burning off ...

    Article : 57 words
  23. TASMANIAN PARLIAMENT.

    HOBART, Wednesday.—The Tasmanian Parliament was opened by commission to-day, and Mr. W. A. Woods was elected Speaker. ...

    Article : 95 words
  24. FEDERAL LABOUR COUNCIL.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—It is announced that the whole of the States have now accepted the constitution of the Federal Grand Council of Labour, which was drawn up at ...

    Article : 82 words
  25. LATE SHIPPING NEWS.

    SYDNEY (575 Miles).—Arrived.—March 25—Brisbane, from New Zealand. Salied.—March 25— R.M.S. Orama, for London, via ports; Tofua, for Tonga and Samoa: Riverina, for Auckland; ...

    Article : 77 words
  26. EIGHT HOURS DAY FOOTBALL.

    As a result of the opposition of the Trades Hall Council and various unions to the decision of the Victorian Football Association to play matches on Eight ...

    Article : 138 words
  27. CLOSER SETTLEMENT.

    The Premier (Mr. Watt), who is visiting Kerang announced last evening that the following members of the State Parliament would form the Royal commission which is ...

    Article : 124 words
  28. MUSICIANS' UNION.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.— According to Mr. A. O'Brien, general secretary of the Musicians' Union of Australia, a difficulty his arisen in Melbourne between the ...

    Article : 118 words
  29. THE RAILWAYS.

    Mr. W. Phelan was yesterday re-elected as the representative of the employees on the Railway Appeals Board. The voting was as follows:—W. Phelan. 6,587; W. H. ...

    Article : 70 words
  30. LICENSING ACT.

    INGLEWOOD, Wednesday.— The Licenses Reduction Board commenced its deprivation sittings here to-day. Thirteen hotels are listed for delicense— 11 in inglewood district, and two in the ...

    Article : 83 words
  31. Advertising

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    Advertising : 295 words
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