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  • NEWS SUMMARY. WEATHER FORECAST.

    General.—Cloudy at times in the south, but otherwise chiefly fine, with moderate temperatures inland, and cool weather elsewhere. West to south-west winds. ... [Article] (1266 words)
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  • MAILS OUTWARD. (Supplied by the General Post-office.)

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  • MAILS INWARD.

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  • GREAT BARRIER REEF.

    Following the visit to Australia of Mr. A.E.Hoppe, the English photographer, the National Travel Association has issued a striking poster depieting the attractions ... [Article] (120 words)
  • LAW NOTICES.—(This Day.)

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  • The Argus. MELBOURNE.

    "I am in the place where I am demanded of conscience to speak the truth, and therefore the truth I speak, impugn it whose list. " ... [Article] (28 words)
  • MONDAY, JANUARY 12, 1931. THE CALL TO ACTION.

    For months past disinterested citizens in all walks of life have urged the adoption of special measures to meet the grave economic position that has arisen ... [Article] (1758 words)
  • TO CORRESPONDENTS.

    Every letter must be accompanied by the name and address of the writer, not necessarlly for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. Correspondents are requested to inform the Editor ... [Article] (217 words)
  • HOISTED THE FLAG. Claim for Major Lockyer.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—Sir Nicholas Colston Lockyer, former comptroller of Customs, now living in retirement at Toorak, Melbourne, has had the following ... [Article] (97 words)
  • LONG BICYCLE RIDE. Sydney to Perth and Back.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—Mr.J. Lyon[?], a racing member of the Balmain Amateur Cycling Club,to-day completed a bicycle ride to Perth and back. Leaving Sydney on ... [Article] (119 words)
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  • FEDERAL FINANCE. RETURNS FOR THE HALF YEAR. DEFICIT OF £9,503,000. ALL REVENUE REDUCED.

    CANBERRA, Sunday.— A deficit of £9, 503,000 in Commonwealth finances for the first half of the current financial year is revealed by the consolidated revenue ... [Article] (949 words)
  • RAILWAYS AND RATIONING. OPPOSITION BY UNION. Cabinet Intervention Sought.

    The executive of the Victorian Railways Union issued a statement on Saturday regarding the decision of the Railways Commissioners to ration the work of single men. ... [Article] (197 words)
  • PATRIOTIC VICTORIAN. GIFT TO COMMONWEALTH. £100 and Accrued Interest.

    CANBERRA, Sunday.—A Victorian citizen has sent to the Commonwealth Treasury £100 of Commonwealth stock held by him, together with the interest accured. ... [Article] (125 words)
  • HIGH COURT. NO NEW APPOINTMENT. POSITION OF TWO MINISTERS.

    Though the return from overseas of the Attorney General (Mr. Brennan) again raises the question of further appointments to the High Court bench, it is ... [Article] (347 words)
  • NEW FREIGHT AGREEMENT. TO BE SIGNED BY SHIPPERS. Protection Against "Pirate" Ships.

    To protect themselves from "pirate" cargo vessels which reach the Australian coast at the height of the export season, and which accept cargoes at reduced rates, ... [Article] (672 words)
  • GOLD INDUSTRY. ADVISORY COUNCIL MEETS. Executive Committee Appointed.

    Drait regulations which will be issued under the Gold Bounty Act were discussed on Saturday morning by the Gold Industry Advisory Council, which was formed at a ... [Article] (231 words)
  • TAX ON WINNING BETS.

    LISMORE (N.S.W.), Sunday.—A representative meeting of district racing men was held here yesterday, when it was decided to invite all country associations to co-operate ... [Article] (67 words)
  • SYDNEY DAY BY DAY (BY A SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT.)

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—There are men of influence in Sydney who fear that the stream of circumstance is sweeping Mr. Scullin into a whirlpool which may drown ... [Article] (1300 words)
  • CHILD GIVES WARNING. Man Pursued by Neighbours.

    According to statements to the police, a man went to a house occupied by Mr. S. Boulter, of Fairy street, Ivan[?]oe, on Friday, and, after knocking at the back and ... [Article] (214 words)
  • PERSONAL.

    General Higgins, the head ot the Salvation Army, has explained that he is obliged to spend three months in the United States in the middle of 1931. For this reason his ... [Article] (603 words)
  • TREASURY BILLS. HELP FOR NEW SOUTH WALES. NEW ISSUE OF £500,000. £5,500,000 in Few Months.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.— The Lang Ministry has received further financial assistance from the Commonwealth.It was learned to-night that £500,000 more in Treasury ... [Article] (189 words)
  • LORD SOMERS'S CAMP. DELIGHTFUL COUNTRY CLUB. Permanent Seat for Power House.

    Neat tiled buildings around a central quadrangle have been raised in less than six months on the land at Somers, on the western shore of Westernport Bay, which ... [Article] (476 words)
  • MOTOR-CARS STOLEN. Mr. Mac Robertson's Loss.

    Mr. Macpherson Robertson has reported to the police that his Packard sedan car, valued at £ 1,100, was stolen form outside the Oriental Hotel, Collins street, on ... [Article] (98 words)
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