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  2. EXPLOSION.

    Three 13-year-old boys living in Bexley— Walter Masters, of Connemarra-street, Oswald Huckstepp, of Carrington-street, and Leslie Clifford, of Beaconsfield-street-were badly ...

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  3. MALNUTRITION.

    A conference of medical experts convened recently by the Lord Mayor (Alderman McElhone) to investigate allegations of malnutrition and rickets in children, completed its ...

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  4. ULTIMATUM POSTPONED

    Following representations by the Labour oppostion in the Federal House, the Prime Minister, Mr. Lyons, yesterday agreed to postpone for 48 hours the operation of the ultimatum to enforce the Transport Act, until after a union conference in ...

    Article : 224 words
  5. BROADCASTING.

    The rapidly increasing public interest in broadcasting is recorded in the third annual report of the Australian Broadcasting Commission for the year ended June 30, presented ...

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  6. LEAGUE ON TRIAL.

    In accordance with precedent, Parliament adjourned after hearing the King's Speech, and, on re-assembling later, the Address-in-Reply to the speech, in which the ...

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  7. BRIGHTER PROSPECTS.

    Prospects for a settlement of the Italo-Abyssinian conflict have become much brighter during the week, and it is hoped that the meeting in Paris on Saturday between the British Foreign Secretary (Sir Samuel Hoare) and the French Premier (M. ...

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  8. DERAILMENTS.

    Considerable damage to rolling stock and permanent way was caused by the derailment of a freight train two miles on the Adelaide side of Tailem Bend about 3.45 a.m. ...

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  9. MUSSOLINI MIGHT MAKE PEACE MOVE.

    The Paris correspondent of the "Daily Mail" says: "It is stated in well-informed circles that Signor Mussolini has made it known that he is ready to consider proposals for a definite ...

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  10. POSTPONED.

    The leader of the Opposition (Mr. Curtin) asked the Prime Minister (Mr. Lyons) in the House of Representatives to-day if he had any reply to give to the representations ...

    Article : 122 words
  11. OVERSEA LINER.

    The Navigation Department yesterday temporarily waived the provisions of the Navigation Act that prevents oversea liners from carrying interstate passengers, to enable the ...

    Article : 205 words
  12. NATION MOURNS

    The death early yesterday of Princess Victoria, the King's sister, is mourned by the whole nation, and messages of condolence from all parts of the world have been ...

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  13. 6,734,771.

    The population of Australia on September 30 was 6,734,771, according to an estimate by the Commonwealth Statistician (Mr. E. T. McPhee). The gain in the 12 months ...

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  14. DISCOVERY II.

    Further cablegrams were exchanged to-day between the British Government and the Federal Government regarding the proposal by Australia that the whale research ship ...

    Article : 135 words
  15. VITAL MEETINGS.

    Proposals to end the strike will be submitted to special meetings of the Seamen's Union throughout Australia to-morrow morning. Motions will be submitted to the meetings ...

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  16. STATE JUDGES.

    Notice was given in the Legislative Assembly yesterday of a bill to amend the Public Servants Salaries Reduction Act. The object of the Government is to exclude ...

    Article : 102 words
  17. STRIKERS' APPEAL.

    Representatives of the militant minority strike committee yesterday visited the Trades Hall and endeavoured to seek assurances from union secretaries that they would ...

    Article : 99 words
  18. ESCAPES FROM PRISONS.

    Two attempts to break out of prisons in Massachusetts and Oklahoma resulted in fierce fights in which three men were killed. One convict was shot and killed, a civilian ...

    Article : 189 words
  19. TIN HARES

    At a largely-attended public meeting in Casino last night, a motion favouring the proposed introduction of mechanical hare racing was carried. It was stated that a ...

    Article : 300 words
  20. MR. O'HARA'S OFFER.

    Mr. W. M. O'Hara has offered his aeroplane and his own services free of charge to the Australian Minister for Defence for the proposed expedition of the Discovery II. to search ...

    Article : 94 words
  21. MAN STABBED.

    Thomas Alfred Miller, about 45, a married man living in Green's-road, Paddington, was attacked by a man and stabbed in the back at the corner of Flinders and Albion streets. ...

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  22. NEWCASTLE DECISION.

    The Newcastle branch of the Seamen's Union, at a special meeting to-day. carried its expected motion endorsing the strike decision of yesterday's meeting of Sydney ...

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  23. THE WYATT EARP

    It is now nine days since word was received from Mr. Lincoln Ellsworth, who set o[?] on a flight with Mr. H. Kenyon, across the Antarctic from Dundee Island to the Bay of Whales. ...

    Article : 154 words
  24. CARDROSS SAILS

    Following the action threatened if the seamen did not return to work the Patrick Company manned the steamer Cardross with volunteer labour yesterday afternoon and the vessel ...

    Article : 273 words
  25. JUBILEE FOREST

    The King George V. jubilee forest in Jerusalem, consisting of 500,000 trees, to which the Commonwealth Government is presenting a selection of Australian trees, is being ...

    Article : 116 words
  26. NEW ZEALAND.

    The Forbes Ministry resigned to-day, and the new Labour Government will be announced to-morrow and sworn in on Friday. It is reliably stated that the full Cabinet is ...

    Article : 199 words
  27. AIR MAIL ROUTE.

    Air Commodore Nicholls, of the Royal Air Force, who reached Darwin by air mail 'plane last night, said that he was impressed by the fact that existing machines on the whole air ...

    Article : 335 words
  28. MR. MENZIES

    The Federal Attorney-General (Mr. R. G. Menzies) was to-day elected deputy leader of the United Australia party. The election took place this morning at a meeting of the party ...

    Article : 276 words
  29. RECORD HARVEST

    M. Stalin announced to-day that the Soviet has reaped the largest grain harvest in history, amounting to more than 100,000,000 tons. He demands an increase of 50 per cent. in ...

    Article : 67 words
  30. SHIPOWNERS FIRM.

    Officials of the Seamen's Union in Melbourne this morning sought a conference with the Commonwealth Steamship Owners' Association, to negotiate for a reduction of the weekly ...

    Article : 219 words
  31. ENGLISH CRICKETERS.

    The English cricketers, who will play the next series of test matches against Australia in Australia next year, will sail from England by the Orion on September 12. ...

    Article : 133 words
  32. NO DIVIDEND

    The Premier of Alberta (Mr. William Aberhart) meets protests of the Government's delay in paying the people 25 dollars a month, in accordance with its Social Credit plan, with ...

    Article : 190 words
  33. NORTH CHINA.

    The Chinese Ambassador in London (Mr. Tan Pao-shen) interviewed the Secretary for Foreign Affairs (Sir Samuel Hoare), claiming that Japanese military action in North China ...

    Article : 80 words
  34. FORTY-HOUR WEEK

    The Port Kembla Ratepayers' Association last night protested against the recent decision of the Central Illawarra Shire Council to reduce the hours of council employees from ...

    Article : 70 words
  35. NEW PEERS.

    The Secretary for Air (Sir Philip CunliffeLister), who was recently raised to the Peerage, has taken the title of Viscount Swinton. The First Lord of the Admiralty (Sir ...

    Article : 52 words
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