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  2. GOLD INGOTS

    Gold ingots valued at nearly £4000 the property of the E.S. and A. Bank, mysteriously disappeared from a safe in the guard's van of a railway train, ...

    Article : 585 words
  3. WHEAT INDUSTRY.

    The Australian Agricultural Council to-day rejected the recommendation of the Royal Commission on wheat for a Commonwealth compulsory ...

    Article : 655 words
  4. THE FRANC.

    The Financial Editor of the "Daily Telegraph" says: "A fresh wave of alarm about the franc swept the Continent yesterday, and apprehensions ...

    Article : 568 words
  5. UNITED STATES.

    President Roosevelt has consulted 75 of the leading men in the country since the Supreme Court declared invalid the code-making provisions of the National Industrial Recovery ...

    Article : 679 words
  6. ALLEGED PLOT

    Five detectives have been investigating for three months a report that an attempt would be made to rob the Commonwealth Bank, Ballarat, of approximately £100,000. ...

    Article : 357 words
  7. PARIS TENNIS.

    Of the Australian players, only J. Crawford and V. McGrath have reached the quarter-finals of the French singles championship. Crawford beat Casca, 6-3, 9-7, 6-1; and ...

    Article : 928 words
  8. LOAN PROGRAMME.

    The Loan Council, at a late hour to-night, decided on a loan programme for the next 12 months of £30,500,000. The decision was reached unanimously, this obviating the necessity for applying the formula prescribed by the Financial Agreement. ...

    Article : 190 words
  9. THE DISCUSSION.

    When the council resumed its sittings to-day the actual meaning of the formula for the allocation of borrowed money among the States as set out In the Financial ...

    Article : 941 words
  10. SCHOOL CHILDREN.

    During the past week there have been scenes of great activity outside the Lyceum Theatre in Pitt-street. The management has come to an arrangement with the Education ...

    Article : 197 words
  11. SECESSION

    The Acting Premier of South Australia (Mr. Ritchie) to-day disagreed with the statement made by the Acting Premier of Tasmania (Mr. E. Dwyer Gray) yesterday with regard to the ...

    Article : 247 words
  12. PROPOSED SALE.

    The motion for injunction to restrain the directors of Amalgamated Forests (Australasia), Ltd., from acting on any resolution of shareholders to sell the assets of the ...

    Article : 130 words
  13. DOLLAR AND POUND.

    The Prime Minister (Mr. Ramsay MacDonald), replying to a question in the House of Commons to-day, said that the Government had not been in recent communication with ...

    Article : 188 words
  14. GROWERS' CONFERENCE

    The chairman of the Wheat Commission (Sir Herbert Gepp) said to-night that a national conference of wheatgrowers should be held to evolve a plan for rehabilitating the ...

    Article : 115 words
  15. RECOVERY.

    The guests at the Australian bankers' dinner at the Savoy Hotel to-night, who included many prominent British bankers, warmly applauded Mr. Lyons for his generous and ...

    Article : 457 words
  16. OLD ST. STEPHEN'S.

    The demolition of the old St. Stephen's Church building in Phillip-street, has begun in earnest, and it is expected that the landmark will have disappeared by the end of ...

    Article : 341 words
  17. RAILWAYS.

    The Deputy Commissioner for Railways (Mr Garside) yesterday approved of an expenditure of £180,000 for an up-to-date marshalling yard at Broadmeadow (Newcastle). ...

    Article : 182 words
  18. ROAD SAFETY.

    Proposed legislation to make third-party risk insurance compulsory for owners of motor vehicles will be submitted to the State Cabinet by the Minister for Transport (Mr. ...

    Article : 108 words
  19. CHANGE OF FORTUNE

    Mr. Osborne L. de Lissa, who after an absence of 35 years, arrived in Sydney this week as representative of a big engineering firm in Birmingham, and who had experience ...

    Article : 310 words
  20. SIX NATIVES KILLED.

    Natives in the copper belt in Normern Rhodesia struck work several days ago owing to the basis of taxation being altered from that of district domicile to district residence. ...

    Article : 138 words
  21. MAIDEN VOYAGE.

    The French liner Normandie (79,000 tons), which left Le Havre yesterday on her maiden voyage to New York, presented a superb spectacle when she approached Spithead last ...

    Article : 195 words
  22. PROTESTS AGAINST REPORT.

    Commenting in a letter to the "Morning Post" on the unreasonableness of the Western Australian secessionists' [?]rotest against the Select Committee's report, Professor Berriedale ...

    Article : 254 words
  23. ACCIDENT CLINICS.

    A prominent Sydney motorist, who has made a deep study of traffic problems, yesterday suggested that an "accident clinic" should be established as a practical contribution to the ...

    Article : 270 words
  24. PLAGUE OF CROWS.

    Dry conditions are enabling crows to kill many maimed and tortured sheep i the Moree district. Mr. W. B. Newcomen, Gunyanna Station, states that he put out 4000 poison ...

    Article : 109 words
  25. VERSAILLES TREATY.

    The Committee of Thirteen appointed at the request of France to consider Germany's repudiation of Part 5 (military clauses) of the Versailles Treaty, has appointed two ...

    Article : 82 words
  26. STATE ELECTIONS.

    The official organ of the U.A.P., in a review yesterday of the final figures polled at the recent State general elections, claims that the Government has received a clear majority of ...

    Article : 121 words
  27. MIDDLESEX HOSPITAL.

    The Duke of York, who was accompanied by the Duchess of York, opened the new Middlesex Hospital, London, which has been rebuilt at a cost of about £1,500,000. The Duke, ...

    Article : 131 words
  28. SITUATION IN MEMEL.

    The attitude of the British Government towards the reply of the Lithuanian Government to the recent joint communication by Britain, France, and Italy, was revealed by ...

    Article : 102 words
  29. LONGEVITY.

    The longevity of the Joyce family, of the Central North Coast, which is claimed to be a world record, has aroused interest in the United States. ...

    Article : 302 words
  30. HOTELS.

    The annual report of the Licences Reduction Board for the year ended December 31 last was released yesterday. It showed that the licence renewal fees ...

    Article : 110 words
  31. PROPOSED AIR PACT.

    The "Morning Post" says: "Herr Hitler has had a draft air pact prepared, and a copy has been received in London. "The memorandum repeats Herr Hitler's ...

    Article : 65 words
  32. SOUTHERN CROSS.

    The Federal Government to-day considered a proposal that the Commonwealth Government should purchase the Southern Cross for the National Museum, Canberra, but no ...

    Article : 140 words
  33. BRAVE MOTHER

    In a gallant endeavour to rescue her daughter aged two, and the child's playmate, whose clothing had caught fire, Mrs. Effie David, 27, of Brereton-street. West End, was badly burnt ...

    Article : 116 words
  34. TRADE BALANCE.

    For the 10 months ended April 30, total exports from Australia exceeded total imports by £14,273,000 sterling. For the corresponding period of 1933-34 the ...

    Article : 108 words
  35. BROADCASTING RECORDS.

    Seven out of the nine phonograph recording companies brought an action against the German Broadcasting Company for damages on the ground of infringement of copyright. ...

    Article : 113 words
  36. DETECTIVES' SEARCH.

    After having systematically dragged Gunnamatta Bay, Cronulla, for several days in the hope of discovering exhibits that might assist them in solving the mystery of James Smith's ...

    Article : 107 words
  37. AUSTRIA AND NAZISM.

    The Chancellor (Dr. Schuschnigg), in a speech, declared that Austria was not interested in German national socialism. "There is no room for Nazls in the new Austria," he ...

    Article : 91 words
  38. MR. DE VALERA.

    In the Dail Eireann to-day, Mr. de Valera said it was to the advantage of the Irish Free State to be on friendly terms with Britain in regard to trading matters. ...

    Article : 88 words
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