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  3. NEW GENERAL

    Mr. Jowitt, K.C., made a two-hour speech before the High Council of the Salvation Army, combining legal arguments with impassioned pleading to ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 462 words
  4. COUNTER REVOLUTION

    He says that guns and ammunition are being smuggled across the Polish, Manchurian and Bessarabian frontiers to Russia, and stored at strateg[?]c ...

    Article : 176 words
  5. TIMBER STRIKE

    Mr. F. H. Corke, secretary of the Sydney and Sub[?]rban Timber Merchants' Association said to-day that it was known that a considerable number ...

    Article : 169 words
  6. TRADE TREATY

    Officials of the National Dairy Council met representatives of the London Lumber Many[?]urers to-day to discuss ways and means of securing ...

    Article : 226 words
  7. BIZARRE EFFECT AT LONDON FIRE

    The Arctic weather has disorganised sport throughout Europe. Even the tennis tournaments in the Riveira has been cancelled owing to snowfalls. ...

    Article : 168 words
  8. BIG RESPONSE

    The secretary of the City and Suburban Timber Merchants' Association, F. H. Corke, said to-day that written applications for positions in the yards a[?] ...

    Article : 87 words
  9. BIRD SANCTUARY

    The Court of Appeal gave interesting [?]udgment disapproving of Mrs. [?]rady's bequest of £200,000 to found a sanctuary for wild birds and animals. ...

    Article : 140 words
  10. ICE AGE PREDICTION

    The weather verifies in a remarkable fashion the prediction of Abbe Moreaux, the famous director of the Rubaurges Observatory, in January, ...

    Article : 120 words
  11. AFGHAN TROUBLE

    The forces of All Ahmed Jam, who was proclaimed ruler of Jelalahbad, were defeated by Gang Rini and the Chinwari trib[?]men, who looted his ...

    Article : 138 words
  12. A.L.P. CONFERENCE

    The Conference of the Australian Labour Party concluded its 1929 sitting to-night. The Conference carried a motion that ...

    Article : 100 words
  13. ICY FIRE FIGHTING

    There were strange scenes in Piccadilly from midnight to dawn w[?] 20 fire engines and 130 firemen were fighting a fire in the Trocadero ...

    Article : 95 words
  14. MASS DEMONSTRATION

    The Disputes Committee of the Trades and Labour Council to-day decided that a mass demonstration will take place at the Sydney Town Hall on Monday ...

    Article : 142 words
  15. TRAINS DUG OUT OF SNOW

    Snow fell practically throughout England. Several trains had to be dug out. Passengers were transferred by road. Many roads in Scotland were ...

    Article : 124 words
  16. ELBE FOZEN OVER

    A massage from Berlin states that the River Elbe is frozen over from Dresden to. H[?]mburg. More than 30 degrees of frost is being experienced ...

    Article : 123 words
  17. SIR GRANVILLE RYRIE

    Sir Granville Ryrie, who has been accompanying Mr. Rudyard Kipling [?]nspecting war graves in Egypt, has been ordered to return to ...

    Article : 68 words
  18. JOHNSON CASE

    An echo of the Jacob Johnson intimidation case of last year was heard in the House of Representatives last night, when Mr. Bruce moved the ...

    Article : 295 words
  19. COAL INDUSTRY

    In an endeavour to convince the Prime Minister of the necessity for appointing a commission to inquire into the coal industry, particularly ...

    Article : 211 words
  20. NO PLAY TO-DAY

    After inspecting the wicket of the Sydney Cricket Ground, the English and N.S.W. captains decided it would be impossible to play to-day. ...

    Article : 99 words
  21. PARTY MEETTNG

    A meeting or the Nationalist Party was held in Canberra yesterday when it is understood that Mr. W.[?] M.[?] Hughes again took a leading part. ...

    Article : 125 words
  22. NAVAL PROGRAMMES

    President Coolidge has signed the cruiser bill. There was no official comment after the conference, but it was [?]dicated that all leaders were willing ...

    Article : 59 words
  23. PRECAUTIONS AGAINST CHILL

    It is officially sta[?]ed that the King had a good day. His condition has continued satisfactory. Howitt and Woods administered the ray therapy, ...

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  24. THE VATICAN

    In the House of Commons, replying to a question, Sir Austen Chamberlain Foreign Secretar[?] said that he had no official information that the new ...

    Article : 120 words
  25. BLEAK WINDS AT BOGNOR

    Yesterday's sunshine at Bognor has given place to grey skies and bleak winds. The King, however, is cheerful, and ...

    Article : 60 words
  26. U.S. Charge Against Britain

    Mr. H. Britten, of the Naval Af[?]airs Committee of the House of Representatives, has issued a statement praising President Coolidge for signing the Bill ...

    Article : 124 words
  27. POWDERED FUEL

    The contract was signed for fitting the Rop[?]er Company's new 10,000-ton vessel with the invention of the Australian naval officer, Captain Brand, ...

    Article : 44 words
  28. ARBITRATOR'S AWARDS

    Consideration of the motion that Determinations 33 to 36 of 1928 made by the Public Service Arbitrator under the Arbitration (Public Service) Act be ...

    Article : 138 words
  29. NEW YEAR HONOURS

    It was stated that the postponed New Year Honours will be issued towar[?] the end of the month. The list is said to be shorter than usual. ...

    Article : 37 words
  30. COMMONWEALTH DEBT

    The total debt of the Commonwealth including debts incurred on behalf of the States was £19[?],129,100 at June 30, 1928. said the Federal Treasurer. Dr. ...

    Article : 65 words
  31. MARSHAL FOCH

    Marshal Foch has not lost [?]any[?] further ground. His condition is de[?] [?] as [?] ...

    Article : 22 words
  32. BOMBAY RIOTS OVER

    The Bombay riots have ended with a total of 138 dead and 790 injured[?] Nearly 500 arrests were made. ...

    Article : 27 words
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