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  2. TWO DROWNED

    Two men were drowned yesterday when rough seas overturned boats and parties of fishermen were left struggling in the water. William Arthur Ross, 47, a ...

    Article : 606 words
  3. THE EXPELLED

    Some of the men who are now entitled to join the Lang party (the New South Wales branch of the A.L.P.) are some who vigorously fought against Mr. ...

    Article : 867 words
  4. 16 YEARS

    The Employment Research Committee, in a report to the Minister for Labour (Mr. Dunningham) recommended that the age of admission to ...

    Article : 229 words
  5. TAXATION.

    The Acting Premier (Mr. Spooner) announced in the Legislative Assembly yesterday that co-operative companies in future would not enjoy immunity ...

    Article : 217 words
  6. JAPAN'S PREMIER.

    The President of the House of Peers (Prince Konoe), who is a member of the Right parties, was to-day appointed Premier of Japan, but he pleaded the ...

    Article : 254 words
  7. MR. EDEN'S DEMAND.

    An appeal to Italy and Abyssinia to open peace negotiations was approved by the Committee of Thirteen, which is virtually the League Council without Italy, after abortive attempts by the British Foreign Secretary (Mr. Anthony Eden) to persuade the ...

    Article : 217 words
  8. BRITAIN.

    The Government White Paper, in which the British proposals for the immediate expansion of all fighting services are announced, emphasises ...

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  9. HIGHLY PERSONAL.

    The Town Clerk (Mr. Roy Hendy) is usually self-possessed and efficient, though unobtrusive, at City Council meetings, where aldermen talk about a variety of matters-mainly ...

    Article : 216 words
  10. REQUEST TO MR. LYONS.

    The Prime Minister (Mr. Lyons) promised a deputation from 39 organisations, which asked to-day for reductions in taxation, that he would consider their requests ...

    Article : 519 words
  11. SEVEN GENERALS RESIGN.

    Although martial law is being continued in Tokyo, the withdrawal to-day of the First Battleship Squadron, which was rushed here on Thursday, indicates that the Government ...

    Article : 222 words
  12. LEAGUE'S RESOLUTION.

    The following resolution was appioved:— The committee, acting in virtue of the mandate given by the Council of December 19, addresses to both belligerents a pressing ...

    Article : 1,670 words
  13. "AUNT SALLY."

    A heated exchange occurred to-day between Mr. J. B. Chifley, a member of the Royal Commission on banking, and the superintendent of the Bank of Australasia ...

    Article : 838 words
  14. 822 CHARGES

    The Traffic Court this week has already dealt with 362 charges against motorfcts; it has another 460 to deal with to-day and to-morrow. This total of 822 charges te ...

    Article : 126 words
  15. NEW YORK STRIKE.

    While the Mayor of New York (Mr. P. H. La Guardia) conferred with representatives of both sides yesterday, the strike of members of the Building Service Union in flats, offices, ...

    Article : 269 words
  16. PEARLING INDUSTRY.

    Mr. E. J. Harrison, M.P., speaking at the annual meeting of the Woollahra branch of the U.A.P. last night, said that while in Darwin recently, master pearlers had told him ...

    Article : 136 words
  17. CRICKET AVERAGES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 269 words
  18. OPIUM RAID.

    It is reported that opium valued at more than £1000 was seized by Customs officers, who raided a house in the city on Monday night. One arrest was made. ...

    Article : 177 words
  19. CAPE TO LONDON.

    Flight-lieutenant T. Rose, who flew from Lympne. England, to the Cape, 6250 miles, last month, beating Mrs. J. A Molllson's record by 13 hours l8 minutes, left Capetown at 4.40 a.m. ...

    Article : 99 words
  20. FRIGHTENED CAT.

    Firemen, using an 85-foot electric extension ladder, yesterday assisted officials of the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals to rescue a cat, which had spent ...

    Article : 227 words
  21. SWIMMERS' STATUS

    The president of the Amateur Swimming Union of Australia, Mr. James Taylor, last night informed Mr. D. Hellmrich, hon. secretary of the New South Wales association, that ...

    Article : 180 words
  22. EXTRADITION REFUSED.

    The French oourt has refused to extradite Roger Marcel Vernon, who is wanted in England in connection with the murder of Max Kassel, or Allard, whose body was found under ...

    Article : 145 words
  23. SECONDARY INDUSTRIES.

    Sir Wallace Bruce, of South Austtalia, said to-day that he had spoken to many prominent leaders of commerce and industry in Britain about the establishment of secondary ...

    Article : 214 words
  24. QUEENSLAND'S PROBLEM.

    The Premier of Queensland (Mr. Forgan Smith), at a luncheon of the Royal Empire Society and the British Empire League, said that Queensland's problem was markets and ...

    Article : 209 words
  25. GOLD DISCOVERY.

    An official report received by the Minister for Mines (Mr. Vincent) states that a gold find has been made at Gulgong. The senior geological surveyor (Mr. George ...

    Article : 230 words
  26. 'PLANE CAPSIZE.

    Early yesterday afternoon a Moth 'plane from the Kingsford Smith Flying School turned over on its back after landing in a pool of water at the southern end of the ...

    Article : 112 words
  27. LONDON WOOL SALES.

    At the wool sales, to be opened on March 10, 90,000 bales will be available. It is a long time since the world supplies of merinos have been so low, and the ...

    Article : 127 words
  28. MINER KILLED.

    While standing at the ore bin below the 2500ft lovel of the Ivanhoe shaft on the Lake View and Star Mine, Enoch Porten, 38. married, a sklpman, was struck on the head ...

    Article : 102 words
  29. DISCOVERY II.

    The Royal Research ship Discovery II., which was delayed by a fault in her wireless equipment, resumed her voyage to the Antarctic this afternoon. The ship put back to ...

    Article : 55 words
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