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  3. EVACUATION

    Sir Francis Humphreys and the British legation staff at Kabul arrived by [?]plane from Peshawar this morning. Yesterday five [?]planes evacuated ...

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  4. SECRET BALLOT

    The Secretary of the Timber Workers' Association, Mr. Corke, said today the employers were prepared to accept the decision of the timber ...

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  5. COAL INDUSTRY

    The Premier (Mr. Bavin)[?] said tonight that the result of the coal conference at Canberra represented a distinct advance, and he hoped, in the end ...

    Article : 158 words
  6. NEW TRANSFER

    It is learned that the next transfer of civil servants[?] which is expected to lake place almost immediately after the erection of [?]olimont building has ...

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  7. SHOCKING TRAGEDY

    The victims were: Thomas Archer, 49; Mrs Alice Archer, 35; Lexier Archer, 11; Phylis Archer, 9; Murray Archer, 6; Trevor Archer, 4; Nelmor ...

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  8. GOOD DAY AT BOGNOR

    It is officially announced at Bognor the King passed a good day. A chilly east wind blew throughout the day, and this prevented the King from ...

    Article : 68 words
  9. FIRST MESSAGE

    The King, in his first message since his illness, telegraphed Sir Samuel Hoare, Minister for Air, congratulating the air force on the rescues at Kabul, ...

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  10. INDIAN POSITION

    In the House of Commons to-day, the Earl of Winterton, the Under Secretary for India, stated the situation in Bombay was normal, and had been ...

    Article : 47 words
  11. OWNERS' NOTICES

    It is unofficially believed in mining circles in Sydney, that pending inquiry into the coal industry, the owners will withdraw notices to the miners. This ...

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  12. CHROMIUM

    Dr. Barton Seamwell, President of the Dover Radium Institute, claims that chromium can be u[?]sd in the treatment of cancer instead of radium. ...

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  13. NEW YEAR HONOURS

    The New Year Honours are being submitted to His Majesty for issue on March 1st. ...

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  14. BOMBING CASE

    Tha trial of the men who were charged with bombing the Greek Club was resumed to-day. Norman McIver declared from the witness box he ...

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  15. STOP WORK PLANNED

    A mass meeting of carpenters this monring to discuss the timber dispute carried a resolution that Judge Lukin should be summoned to the bar of the ...

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  16. APPEAL FAILS

    Joseph Clarke, who pleaded guilty at his trial on February 4 to a charge of having murdered his [?]ancee's mother, and who was sentenced to death ...

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  17. ALSO FOR BOGNOR

    The Archbishop of Canterbury is go[?] ing to Bognor to [?]ecuperate after his illness. ...

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  18. PROHIBITION

    The leaders in the House of Representatives won a decisive victory by the passing of the Appropriation Bill, carrying slightly under 3,000,000 ...

    Article : 98 words
  19. BOWLING GREEN

    To discuss what is considered undue delay on the part of the Commondelay on the part of the Commission in calling tenders for the proposed ...

    Article : 127 words
  20. JACK DEMPSEY ATTACKED

    Jack Dempsey has notified the police that he was shot at in his bedroom by an unidentified man early this morning. Dempsey [?]destepped ...

    Article : 86 words
  21. FRANCO-BELGIAN TREATY

    The story of the France-Belgian treaty is widely commented upon. A Belgian semi-official mesage says it is a gross forgery. The agreement of ...

    Article : 101 words
  22. RESTORED TO REGISTER

    The name of Colonel Rutherford who was found guilty but insane at the Old Balley In 1917, on a charge of murdering the Australian, Seton, has been ...

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  23. ITALIAN CONSULATE

    There is much indignation in government consular circles caused by an incident which the Italian consul interpreted as an affront to his country. It ...

    Article : 102 words
  24. No Revolvers Drawn

    The allegation that a volunteer timber worker had pointed a revolver at the pickets at Pyrmo[?]t timber yard has brought a report from the police. ...

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  25. SHEFFIELD SHIELD

    Queensland beat South Australia by one wicket in the Sheffield Shield match. The closing stages of the game were most exciting, Grimmet[?] performed the ...

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  26. ACROSS SAHARA

    Ultising an entirely new route, the Prince Fixte of Bourbon and several companions have crossed the Sahara by car in 20 days, compared with the ...

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  27. NORTH MELBOURNE OUTRAGE

    Thrown by one of two men, who were seen to escape on a motor cycle and side [?]ar, a bomb completely wrecked the inside of two small brick houses at ...

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  28. EMPIRE RESOURCES

    "Strong Australia is the [?]best thing for the Empire which should have [?] ources of the Empire behind her. Our best brains should make themselves ...

    Article : 156 words
  29. JOHNSON RELEASED

    Jacob Johnson, who was released from To[?]curry Prison Farm last night[?] arrived in Sydney this morning. A[?] visiting his family he proceeded to the ...

    Article : 56 words
  30. CRICKETERS

    An interesting position has developed as the result of [?]he selection of Bradman and Jackson in the New South Wales team to meet South ...

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  31. ARMY ESTIMATES

    The army estimate is £10,45000, which is a decrease of £505,000 on last year's, and of £21,755 since 1922. The present personnel is [?]50,500 which is a ...

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  32. ANATOMY INSTITUTE

    The Parliamentary Public Works Committee will hear the evidence today of Sir John Butters, Chief Commissioner regarding the proposed ...

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  33. ATTENDS SEAMENS' MEETING

    Jacob Johnson attended a mass meeting of the seamen at the Communist Hall to-day. He was well received by the men, although there was slight ...

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  34. NEWCASTLE INQUEST

    Giving evidence at the inquest concerning the death of Hilda[?] Johnstone 15, who died on September last after having cafen a poisoned chocolate[?] ...

    Article : 227 words
  35. BARRACKING

    "The Athletic News" devotes its front page to a special English correspondent article on barracking in Australia, and sums up that there[?] is a mingling of ...

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  36. H.M.A.S. ALBATROSS

    Replying to statements that the design of the seaplane carrier H.M.A.S. Albatross was faulty, and that seaplanes could not be launched from the deck, ...

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  37. 'Our Own Characteristics"

    The Prime Minister, Mr. Bruce, gave an emp[?]atic denia[?] yesterday to statements made by Sir Hugh Hirst in Britain that Australia was becoming ...

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  38. ROSS SMITH RELIC

    A special stamp rel[?] of the late Ross Smith's light to Australia in 1919 realised £96, which was the highset price paid throughout the day at a ...

    Article : 103 words
  39. MILITARY PACT

    Authoritative circles are not aware of the secret Anglo-Belgian military agreement. The story is regarded as fantastic in view of its alleged ...

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  40. THE DISCOVERY

    It was learned yesterday that volunteers will be sought from the naval rating of the Australian Navy for service with the Antarctic expedition ...

    Article : 58 words
  41. HOSPITAL BILL

    The Hospital Bill, of which notice was given in the Legislative Assembly to-day contains provisions for the appointment of a chairman of the ...

    Article : 77 words
  42. CAR ACCIDENT

    A minor motor accident occurred yesterday morning when a car driven by Mr. J. Clutton, who is an employee at Clutton's dairy, ran into the back ...

    Article : 68 words
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