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  4. PREMIER DETERMINED TO ADHERE TO THE LANG PLAN

    When the Legislative Assembly met to-day Mr. Kilpatrick (Country Party) asked the Premier whether the Ministry had decided, in the ...

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  5. SERIOUS CHARGE

    At the Central Court to-day Arthur Scott, 47, motor driver, was charged with having feloniously slain Jack Ronald Baid. The ...

    Article : 63 words
  6. BACON AND PYJAMAS

    When Mr. A. Robinson, the Wollar muilman, left some parcels of goods at Tatt's Hotel, to be picked up later he had no thought of ...

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  7. BAKERS' TROUBLES

    A meeting of the Master Bakers' Association, at which over 300 members were present, unanimously decided that after today no ...

    Article : 129 words
  8. PROTEST

    Mr. Barnes, State Treasurer, has sent an urgent telegram to the Prime Minister, protesting against any assistance being given to ...

    Article : 74 words
  9. LOST IN MOUNTAINS

    A young couple, Jack Barton and Miss Beryl Humphries (21), who with a party of ten holiday-makers left Katoomba yesterday morning ...

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  10. DOWN TO £500

    Details of the Salaries Reduction Bill were announced by the Premier at a special meeting of the Labor caucus last night. The measure ...

    Article : 125 words
  11. AFTER A RECORD

    The Atlantic flyers, Hugh Herndon and Clyde Tanghorn, who are attempting to beat the recent round the-world record established by ...

    Article : 61 words
  12. ECONOMIES

    A suggestion of graft was made by Mr. R. James in the House of Representatives last night during the discussion on the estimate of ...

    Article : 86 words
  13. CENTRAL FORECAST

    Some scattered showers about the highlands, otherwise mostly fine with moderate day temperatures, cold nights and frosts. Westerly ...

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  14. STILL BEING CONSIDERED

    In the House of Commons, J. H. Thomas, replying to a question, stated that he had received a communication from the N.S.W. ...

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  15. NEW SCHEME

    To enable unemployed to become self-supporting, Mr. A. J. Gibson, President of the A.F.A. League, put forward an interesting plan at ...

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  16. MR. LYONS PROTESTS

    Mr. Lyons wrote a letter to the Prime Minister objecting to the Government asking for twelve months supply, and suggesting that three ...

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  17. LLOYD GEORGE ILL

    A bulletin states that an operation was performed upon Mr. Lloyd George, and the cause of a haematura was completely removed. ...

    Article : 107 words
  18. EXTRAORDINARY

    "It does seem an extraordinary thing that if you don't work you get into trouble, and that if you do work in certain circumstances you ...

    Article : 154 words
  19. TO-DAY'S SYDNEY STOCK SALE

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  20. HELPLESS POLITICIAN

    Archbishop Kelly, addressing a conference of the Roman Catholic clergy, expressed the view that no real effort appeared to have been ...

    Article : 84 words
  21. TWELVE MONTHS' SUPPLY

    In the House of Representatives to-day. Mr. Lyons moved that the Appropriation Bill of £19,536,000 be reduced by £16,502,000. He said that ...

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  22. FEWER M's.P.

    At a meeting of the Government Parliamentary Party it was decided to reduce the number of members of the Legislative Assembly from ...

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  23. SECOND TEST

    The second test cricket match England v. New Zealand, commenced in fine weather at the oval. The Englishmen won the toss and ...

    Article : 52 words
  24. MARKETS

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  25. MATERNITY ALLOWANCE

    The question of replacing the maternity allowance by a system providing more extensive facilities for maternity cases will be discussed ...

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  26. DIVORCE

    In the Divorce Court yesterday Cyril David Davidson sued for divorce from Irene May Davidson, formerly Smith, on the grounds of ...

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  27. MOLLISON'S LUCK

    The Australian aviator, Millison, was flying low over here in the twilight this evening, apparently unable to find the aerodrome. He ...

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  28. ADELAIDE TRAGEDY

    The inquiry into the death of Mary Erison, whose body was found buried at the back of her home following the suicide of her husband. ...

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  29. WOOL EXHIBIT

    At a meeting at Orange of those interested in the collection of the western district, exhibit for the next Royal Show, Mr. Trevitt stated ...

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  30. THE WRESTLERS

    The local wrestlers are girding up their loins tor the big hospital tournament in the Criterion Theatre next month, and there will be ...

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  31. BIG CONVERSION

    A meeting of the Board of Directors on the Queensland National Bank unanimously decided to convert the bank's holding of ...

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  32. AT TOKIO

    Amy Johnson and J. Humphreys have arrived by plane at Kazan, in East Russia, en route for Tokio. ...

    Article : 27 words
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