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  • NEW TRIAL IN MALING LIBEL FULL COURT'S ORDER SYDNEY, Monday.

    The Full Court to-day ordered a new trial in the appeal of Silas Young Maling against the verdict of the jury who awarded him one farthing's damages in ... [Article] (49 words)
  • PETROL FIRE Three Firemen Burnt MILLION GALLONS LOST AUCKLAND, N.Z., Monday.

    Details of a fire which destroyed a benzine shed at Auckland show that three firemen, who were splashed with petrol, were badly burned. ... [Article] (89 words)
  • SOLD FOR £300 MERIMBULA WRECK TO MELBOURNE BUYER SYDNEY, Monday.

    The steamer Merimbula was sold at auction to-day for £300 to A. W. Cleary, of Melbourne. The vessel is still hard and fast on ... [Article] (52 words)
  • FUR FARMING RABBIT BREEDS ESTABLISHED TO RESEMBLE COSTLY FURS SYDNEY, Monday.

    Giving evidence before the Fur Farming Committee, Mr. F. H. Shepherd, and ex-stock inspector of Queensland, said that no sheep-owner who had a black[?] ... [Article] (133 words)
  • FASCISM Breach With Vatican CATHOLIC YOUTHS DISBANDED ROME, Sunday.

    Friction between Fascism and the Vatican culminated on March 30 when Mussolini disbanded the Catholic Youths' organisation and caused great ... [Article] (74 words)
  • PALM SUNDAY Jerusalem Ceremony HELD BY MISSIONARIES LONDON, Monday.

    A Jerusalem message states that missionaries who are holding a conference there held a moving ceremony in the form of a procession from ... [Article] (128 words)
  • STRIKE CLOUDS LOOM MUGGA QUARRY DISPUTE STOP WORK MEETING TO-MORROW A.W.U. QUESTIONS PREFERENCE POLICY A dispute occurred at Mugga quarry yesterday following the dismissal of six single men on Saturday and the proposed employment of eleven married men in their places. A stop work meeting of the A.W.U. has been called for Wednesday afternoon when the position will be discussed at length. For some time past discontent has existed in the ranks at the manner in which the Commission's preference policy is being administeied and yesterday none of the eleven men engaged commenced work at the quarry. On the subject being brought before the Commission yesterday, the A.W.U. representative was informed that the present policy was an instruction to the Commission by Cabinet.

    The Australian Workers' Union has taken exception, to the manner in which the policy of preference to married men is being carried out, and the matter is ... [Article] (334 words)
  • STEAMER ASHORE Propellor Lost SYDNEY, Monday.

    At 9.30 on Sunday night, Interstate Steamships Ltd.'s steamer, Iron Chief, went ashore on Mermald Reef, off Crowdy Head, on the North Coast of ... [Article] (269 words)
  • THREE TIMES Accused's Admission IN BIGAMY CHARGE SYDNEY, MONDAY.

    Pleading guilty at the Darlinghurst Sessions to-day to a bigamy charge, Frederick Finaly admitted that he had gone through the marriage ceremony ... [Article] (40 words)
  • MURDER CHARGE Accused Committed for Trial MELBOURNE, Monday.

    The Coroner at Bairnsdale committed George Alex Gordon, 28, for trial on a charge of murdering Richard Clements, 65, and his wife, Katherine Clements, ... [Article] (58 words)
  • AMERICAN CLAIMS For Nankin Outrages REPORTED SETTLEMENT SHANGHAI, Sunday.

    The United Status Minister, McMurray, neither confirms nor denies the reported settlement of American claims in respect of the outrages and ... [ILLUSTRATED] [Article] (251 words)
  • RECKLESS MOTORIST On Queanbeyan Street FINED AND CAUTIONED

    That he drove a motor car while under the influence of liquor in a public thoroughfare was the charge against Pearson McLean Blyth (53), insurance ... [Article] (121 words)
  • GOOD FRIDAY

    There will be no issue of "The Canberra Times" on Good Friday. Publication will otherwise surfer no interruption ... [Article] (25 words)
  • £95,000 FOR MUSEUM AND LABORATORIES TO BE SPENT THIS YEAR

    Dr. Page, the Federal Treasurer, in addressing Fellows of the Australasian College of Surgeons yesterday, said that this year the Federal Government had ... [Article] (194 words)
  • EMPLOYMENT Staff Reductions

    A few further reductions in departmental staffs during last week brought the total of the Commission employees down to 1463. The numerical strength ... [Article] (178 words)
  • TRANSPORT NEW MINISTRY TO CO-ORDINATE ALL SERVICES SYDNEY, Monday.

    Some important recommendations were made by the Traffic Advisory Committee who recently conducted exchaustive inquiries into the traffic ... [Article] (207 words)
  • ENGLISH TEAM May Play In Canberra

    It is probable that the visiting English Rugby League team will play an exhibition match in Canberra. A communication to this effect was ... [Article] (46 words)
  • "REMARKABLE FLIGHT" MR. LATHAM'S TRIBUTE SYDNEY, Monday.

    Speaking at a luncheon tendered to Captain Lancaster and Mrs. Miller to-day, the Federal Attorney-General, Mr. Latham, said, "As Australians we must ... [Article] (109 words)
  • RUGBY LEAGUE "COUNTRY WEEK" TEAM ELIMINATING MATCHES

    Eliminating matches for the final selection of representative teams to compete in the "Country week" matches in Sydney early next month, ... [Article] (128 words)
  • ARBITRATION BILL School Teachers Discuss WITH ATTORNEY-GENERAL SYDNEY, Monday.

    A deputation of the State School Teachers' Federation of New[?] South Wales discussed with the Federal Attorney-General, Mr. Latham, the ... [Article] (75 words)
  • APPEAL DISMISSED Tamworth Murder SYDNEY, Monday.

    The Full Court of Criminal Appeal dismissed the appeal of Cyril Matthew Thompson, who was convicted at the Tamworth Circuit Court and sentenced ... [Article] (47 words)
  • THE "RED ROSE" DUE IN CANBERRA TO-DAY LANDING ON REVIEW GROUND

    The aviators, Captain W. N: Lancaster and Mrs. Keith Miller, are expected to arrive in Canberra this morning at 11.30 o'clock. They will land at the Review Ground (opposite Hotel ... [ILLUSTRATED] [Article] (166 words)
  • EGYPT FIRST Nahas Pasha's Stand "TRUE FRIEND OF BRITAIN" LONDON, Sunday.

    The "Daily Express" special Cairo correspondent states that political observers say that Nahas Pasha's note to Britain moans political suicide. He ... [Article] (156 words)
  • WHITE AUSTRALIA But Not Empt[?] MR. PATERSON'S VIEWS SYDNEY, Monday.

    Mr. Paterson, Minister for Markets, speaking at the Constitutional Association's luncheon to-day, said that Australia could justify its action in keeping ... [Article] (180 words)
  • WIRELESS LICENSES Victoria's Bi[?] Lead SYDNEY, Monday.

    The Postmaster-General, Mr. Gibson, said to-day that there are now 262,363 wireless licenses in force in th[?] Commonwealth. New South Wales has only ... [Article] (43 words)
  • COLLEGE SITE FOR THE SURGEONS In University Area COUNCIL'S ACTION ENDORSED An impressive function in connection with the first conference of the College of Surgeons of Australia was held yesterday on the site of the proposed College buildings in the East Reserve for Scientific Societies. The meeting of Fellows unanimously endorsed the decision of the Council of the College to build on the side.

    The site consists of three aeres in the East Reserve for Scientific Socieites immediately opposite the site for the University, and next to the ...
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