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  3. PRINCES' TOUR

    Easy informality marked the departure of the Prince of Wales and the Duke of Gloucester on their tour for East and South Africa. ...

    Article : 80 words
  4. GEARLESS CARS

    The evolution in motoring was indicated by a successful test over 25,000 miles in various parts of Great Britain, which concluded to-day of a ...

    Article : 159 words
  5. NO BY-ELECTION

    It is officially stated that the A.L.P. is not likely to seek a by-election to fill the West Sydney vacancy, caused by the death of Mr. Lambert. The ...

    Article : 64 words
  6. INDUSTRIAL PEACE

    The Trades Union Congress to-day debated on the Mond industrial peace scheme. Citrine, opening the discussion, ...

    Article : 245 words
  7. BRITISH LABOUR

    At the conference on colonisation between British Labour members and delegates of the Empire Parliamentary Association a bombshell was dropped by ...

    Article : 181 words
  8. STOWAWAYS

    In the last few weeks, nearly every boat from Australia hus had stowaways abroad. All of the stowaways relate the same story—no food and no ...

    Article : 180 words
  9. SCRUB MURDER

    Hubert Algar Storey, 21, appeared at Bow Street, on a provisional warrant, charged with the murder of Frederick Charles Walter, some time ...

    Article : 243 words
  10. £3,500 DAMAGES

    The jury found a verdict for plaintiff, assessing damages at £3,500 in the action brought by Mr. T. D. Mutch, M.L.A., against "Beckett's ...

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  11. DICKENS

    A literary sensation is expected by the publication of a novel, "This Side of Idolatry," by "Ephesian," which is the pen-name of Karl Bechhoser ...

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  12. HAGEN

    Walter Hagen states that he will play a scries of exhibition matches in Australia. He will leave San Francisco on ...

    Article : 95 words
  13. HOUSING

    The Joint Parliamentary Committee of Public Accounts, which has been inquiring into Canberra housing and building conditions, is deliberating on ...

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  14. INDUSTRIAL PEACE

    The Trades Hall Council has decided to appoint three representatives to the "peace-in-industry" conference, which it is proposed to hold with the employers. ...

    Article : 79 words
  15. CRICKET

    The football season will need to be completed before cricket can come in to its own, but already many cricketers are getting ready for what should ...

    Article : 267 words
  16. GOLF

    The primary rounds, of the open golf championships were contested at the Rose Bay links to-day. Rufus Stewart, the holder of the title, who ...

    Article : 99 words
  17. RESPECT TO MR. LAMBERT

    The House of Representatives, on its resumption yesterday morning, adjourned until three o'clock on Tuesday as a mark of respect to the memory of ...

    Article : 221 words
  18. CHURCHWOMEN'S GUILD

    With the object of promoting a better feeling of fellowship and service in the parish, St. John's Church of England has inaugurated a ...

    Article : 67 words
  19. NEW AWARD

    Bitter criticism of Judge Beeby's new award, which is to come into operation on Monday, was expressed at the Waterside Workers' conference ...

    Article : 84 words
  20. SOUTHERN CROSS

    Kingsford Smith said this afternoon that he is certain to hop off on his flight to New Zealand to-morrow. The Southern Cross will therefore ...

    Article : 40 words
  21. 'PHONE THEFT

    Ernest James Wilson, 40, a wharf [?]ourer, was sentenced to six months' hard labour, at the Central Court to-day, for having stolen two telephope ...

    Article : 103 words
  22. SEAPLANE FLIGHT

    After a 1,400-mile flight on Wednesday. Godfrey bopped off from Lae du Bonnett, on the second leg of a world record, Ottawa to Vancouver ...

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  23. CONVICT SHIP

    The British convict ship, Success, entered Canadian waters from New York on Wednesday, preparatory to a voyage to Australia, where it will be ...

    Article : 59 words
  24. CHINA

    There is heavy fighting between the Nationalists and the Shantung forces, which is reported to have broken out in the districts of Peking and Worsing. ...

    Article : 108 words
  25. OUT OF CONTROL

    Several passengers on an electric tram were injured to-day, when it got out of control on the Riversdale Road hill, and crashed into the railway gates. ...

    Article : 121 words
  26. BRITISH 'PLANES

    Flight-Lieutenant Schofield left Brook lands this morning in an attempt to fly to Bucharest, a distance of over 1,400 miles, with the hope to reach there ...

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  27. SENATE ADJOURNS

    As a mark of respect to the late William Henry Lambert, who died suddenly on Thursday night, the Senate, on its resumption yesterday, ...

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  28. COAL POSITION

    The Premier (Mr. Bavin) and the assistant-Treasurer (Mr. Stevens) returned to Sydney to-day from Canberra, where they conferred with the Prime ...

    Article : 59 words
  29. SHELTER SHEDS

    Shelter sheds are at present being constructed by the Commission at the recognised 'bus stopping, places on the different routes. ...

    Article : 60 words
  30. CHURCH SITES

    A deputation of leading clergy, representing the Anglican, Roman, Catholic, Methodist, and Presbyterian denominations, and the Salvation' ...

    Article : 145 words
  31. NEW RECORD

    Captain C. Bernard and Flying Officer Elliott arrived at Crovdon from Karachi in a Fokker monoplane to-day, after completing 5,000 miles in 4½ days on ...

    Article : 74 words
  32. RHINE EVACUATION

    Both Briand and Mueller expect to meet Lord Cushenden in relation to the Rhineland within the text few days. ...

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  33. LATE MR. GOLDSTEIN

    The inquest was held to-day concerning the death of Mr. Goldstein, M.L.A. whose body was found on the rocks at Suicide Point, Coogee, on Monday ...

    Article : 128 words
  34. EDUCATION

    Provisions dealing with the education of children in the Territory were specally gazetted yesterday. These require the compulsory attendance, at school of ...

    Article : 128 words
  35. RELIGIOUS TRUSTS

    An ordinance relating to Church of England property in the Territory was specially gazetted yesterday. The effect of this is to supersede statutes of New ...

    Article : 61 words
  36. MAY BE CRITICAL

    Speaking at a dinner in his honour, at Point Cook, Air-Marshal Sir John Salmond said: "Although I may have to make criticism in my air report, I ...

    Article : 56 words
  37. WAR ON CIGARETTES

    Speaking at the convention of the W.C.T.U., Mrs. S. J. Ford asked, "Why are we so slow to condemn the perniciousness of cigarettes on youth? ...

    Article : 69 words
  38. SOVIET ACCEPTS PACT

    The Soviet Government has announced its adhesion to the Kellogg Peace P[?] ...

    Article : 21 words
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