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  3. NEGOTIATIONS

    Eeleventh hour negotiations to achieve settlement out of court, the Salvation Army dispite have been been in progress at the week end. ...

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  4. NARROW ESCAPE

    Four miners had a narrow escape from death when they were buried in a quantity of coal which fell on them to-day. Other miners, after half an ...

    Article : 123 words
  5. SHEFFIELD SHIELD

    Victoria had lost seven wickets for 260 runs when the game was resumed, Ellis, 16, and Ebeling, 2, resuming the innings. The captain added three and ...

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  6. NORTH AUSTRALIA

    Members of the North Australia Commission arrived in Canberra yesterday, preparatory to the conference which has been convened for ...

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  7. RATE APPEALS

    The first sitting of the Consultative Committee was held at Hotel Canberra last night when MR. C. L. A. Abbott, Sir John Butters, and Mr. P. E. ...

    Article : 320 words
  8. ROAD WORK

    An additional 30 men, who are registered at the Commission's labour bureau, were given employment last week. ...

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  9. COAL CRISIS

    Tenders for the South Australian Government contract for 800,000 tons of coal will be closed next Thursday. If New South Wales is unable to ...

    Article : 103 words
  10. THE KING

    At 8.55 p.m. to-night, it was officially stated that the King's progress had been maintained. ...

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  11. "LESS SERIOUS"

    The Premier (Mr. Bavin), discussed the coal position with the Prime Minister (Mr. Bruce) to-day. Subsequently Mr. Bavin stated that he was ...

    Article : 347 words
  12. SHARK TRAGEDY

    H. Wetherill, 18, was attacked by a shark while swimming at Alma Bay, a popular resort at Magnetic Island, near Townsville. His left arm was ...

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  13. SYDNEY TO SCONE

    Dr. Aspinall[?] of Sydney, in response to an urgent call, proceeded to Scone Hospital yesterday afternoon by aeroplane to perform an urgent operation ...

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  14. SOCIAL SERVICE

    The Social Service Council, which adjourned its meeting last Wednesday night for the purpose of allowing a specially appointed committee to ...

    Article : 127 words
  15. EMPLOYMENT

    A deputation from Queanbeyan, consisting of Dr. Blackall, Councillor J. G. Harris, and Messrs. O'Neil. (A.W.U.), and McInnes, yesterday ...

    Article : 135 words
  16. VALUELESS

    A man, who is alleged to have passed valueless cheques for several thousand pounds was arrested in Elizabeth Street, Sydney, to-day. He ...

    Article : 69 words
  17. WAS HORSE DOPED?

    It is believed Syldir was doped before the running of abe Novice Handicap, at Heddon Gr[?]ta, on Saturday. The deputy-starter, Mr. F. McLeod, ...

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  18. AFGHAN TANGLE

    Habibullah Ghaz[?]i is reported to have formed a Cabinet from the Mohmadzai clan, to which Amanullah belonget[?]. The latter's stepbrother, Kahirundin, is ...

    Article : 36 words
  19. RACING SMASH

    When a tyre blew out while travelling at 70 miles an hour at the Aspendale motor races, to-day, J. Summers and his mechanic were thrown a ...

    Article : 62 words
  20. WILKINS' RETURN

    In a wireless message from Deception Island to-day, Sir Herbert Wilkins states that the snow is disappearing more rapidly than it was[?] leaving areas of ...

    Article : 230 words
  21. HYDE PARK

    Premier Bavin told a deputation to-day that he would make his utmost endeavour to secure Parliament's assent to a gift to the Hyde Park site ...

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  22. RAT POISON

    At the inquest concerning the death of Ada E[?]arle, who died from poisoning on January, 17, the deceased's husband said that when he arrived home ...

    Article : 110 words
  23. ATTEMPTED HOLD-UP

    At the Central Court, N. McDonald, 22, E. Connelly, 27, and H. Brown, 19, labourers, were charged with having attempted to hold up inmates of a flat ...

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  24. SIR JOSEPH BANKS

    An interesting sale is fixed at Sotherby's for May 13, of Sir Joseph Banks papers in connection with the South Seas from Governors Bligh and John ...

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  25. SYDNEY BLAZE

    Damage estimated at many thousands of pounds was done by a fire which occurred in a large store of Bond and Co., Ltd., Oxford Street; City, early ...

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  26. Monarchist Greetings

    Republican and Democratic newspapers have made no comment on the ex-Kaiser's birthday celebrations at Doorn, but all Nationalist journals have ...

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  27. BATHING

    The Chief Commissioner (Sir John Butters)[?] took a serious view yesterday of the fact that two youths had been seen bathing in the Red Hill[?] ...

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  28. CANBERRA ARTISTS

    The second annual exhibition of the Artists Society of Canberra will be held in premises over J. Dunne's shop, Civic Centre, on February 18 to 23, ...

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  29. INDUSTRIAL BOARD

    Applications from the Commission and labour and trades unions will be considered by the [?]ndustrial Board at the Acton Hall on Thursday and ...

    Article : 152 words
  30. SUN CURE

    On arriving in Melbourne to-day, Sir Arthur Downs, the noted English health authority, advised that extreme caution should be taken in treating disease by ...

    Article : 96 words
  31. Disturbed French Meeting

    A party of Nationalists in semi-milltary uniform, who had been celebrating ex-Kaiser W[?]helm's birthday, disturbed a meeting where a French professor ...

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  32. DIVORCE COURT

    There are already about 500 suits[?] listed for hearing at the forthcoming sitting of the Divorce Court. It is believed that the Government will have ...

    Article : 44 words
  33. OVERSEAS SHIPPING

    The Prime Minister, Mr. Bruce, stated to-day that he had been informed by the representatives of overseas shipping companies that Sir Allan ...

    Article : 76 words
  34. MURDER CHARGE

    At the Paddington Police Court James Bailey, 46, greengrocer, was charged with having murdered James Sherry, 40, who sustained a fatal ...

    Article : 53 words
  35. Celebration at Doorn

    DOORN, Sunday. [?]ouse is beflagged. [?]ms have been ar[?] including some from ...

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  36. [?]COL. LAWRENCE FOR LONDON

    Air-craftsman Shaw, otherwise known as Colonel Laurence, has declined to disembark from Rajputna, and is continuing to London. ...

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