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  2. NEW AWARDS.

    Judge Drake-Brockman, in the Federal Arbitration Court yesterday, made interim awards for railway and tramway employees of New South Wales ...

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  3. STRIKES.

    Employees at the Glanville factory of the Goodyear Tyre and Rubba Company (Australia) Ltd went on strike yesterday and as a result work was ...

    Article : 312 words
  4. MISSING YACHT.

    Disquieting news that a water tank answering to the description of one carried on the yacht Pastime had been sound on the beach about ...

    Article : 218 words
  5. DISARMAMENT.

    The British Cabinet discussed foreign affairs for three hours yesterday. The Diplomatic Correspondent of the "Daily Telegraph" says: "The Foreign Secretary (Sir ...

    Article : 218 words
  6. SMALL HOLDINGS.

    The agricultural editor of the "Daily Telegraph" says: "The Minister for Agriculture (Mr. W. E. Elliot) has already promised to embark on land settlement as soon as he has ...

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  7. BREAD PRICES.

    The dispute between the State Government and the Master Bakers' Association took an unexpected turn last night, and as a result the recent rise in the price of bread in shops will, it is understood, be cancelled. The president of the association (Mr. W. White) conferred with the ...

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  8. SPEED RECORD.

    The new Blue Bird car, in which Sir Malcolm Campbell hopes to lower his world speed record at Daytona next month, weighs 4[?] tons, and incorporates ...

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  9. BATTLE OF TACTICS

    Rain prevented play before tea to-day in the first test match between the M.C.C. team and the West Indies. The fast bowler, Hylton, made the ball ...

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  10. WOOL GROWERS.

    Replying to-day to the comments of manufacturers and distributors in Melbourne to his statement regarding the discrepancy between the price of raw wool and the price cf ...

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  11. SINKING OF SCHOONER.

    The American-Canadian Arbitration Commission decided to-dny that the United States should apologise for the sinking of the schooner I'm Alone in March 1929, and pay ...

    Article : 247 words
  12. PREMIER CONFERS WITH OTHER MINISTERS.

    The report of the advisory committee appointed under the Flour Acquisition Act (which gives the Government power to fix the price of bread) was presented to the Premier late ...

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  13. GOLD MINES DISPUTE.

    The goldmining companies and the workers at Kalgoorlie, where a strike has occurred because of disputed interpretations of th[?] 83-hours a fortnight elnlise in a new award, ...

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  14. BAKER REFUSED TO INCREASE PRICE.

    Mr. C. S. Inglis, baker, of Herbert-street, West Ryde, because of his action in refusing to increase the price of bicad has greatly incieased his output Just now he has men ...

    Article : 152 words
  15. RUSSIAN RAILWAYS.

    The second railway disaster in Russia within a neck occurred to-day at Rostov, the chief city in the Don territory, when a train unshed into the rear of another. Six persons were ...

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  16. GOVERNMENT INTERFERENCE.

    The council of the Employers' Federation, at a recent meeting, decided to forward a letter to the Premier, Mr. Stevens, expressing regret at his action in fixing the price of ...

    Article : 303 words
  17. £500,000 WORKS.

    Big developments aie taking place at the Prince Henry Hospital, which is pleasantly situated in spacious grounds overlooking Little Bay. ...

    Article : 347 words
  18. MANY BUYERS.

    Catalogues fot the London section of the British IndustilLs Fair, which will open at Olympia and the White City or February 18, are being issued in nine languages, and a large ...

    Article : 142 words
  19. WHARF LUMPERS

    There was no development to-day in the dispute between the lumpers and employers at Frsmantle about the rates of pay for men who were asked to handle 1000 tons of cement, ...

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  20. A LITHGOW CONTRACT.

    An interesting sidelight on the bread war in Sydney is provided by the acceptance by the Lithgow Hospital Board last night of the tender of Roberts Bros., local bakers, to supply ...

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  21. LINDBERGH BABY.

    At the continuation of the trial to-day of Bernard Richard Hauptmann on a charge of murdering Colonel Lindbergh's baby, Dr. Condon identified accused as the man with whom ...

    Article : 177 words
  22. JOURNALISTS SHOT.

    Between 1929 and 1934 mote than 80 membeis of the Chinese Institute of Journalists were killed for criticising the Chinese Government ...

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  23. RELIEF WORKS MAY BE CLOSED DOWN.

    It was reported yesterday that the reclamation woiks at Como may be closed down indefinitely because of the strike of relief workers. ...

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  24. MR. MACDONALD.

    Speaking from No 10 Downing-street, London, the traditional home of the Prime Minister of Great Britain, Mr. Ramsay MacDonald last night broadcast a message of goodwill to ...

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  25. NO COURT ROOM

    Judge Drake-Brockman, in the Federal Arbitration Court yesterday, made a strong protest against the lack of couit facilities in Sydney for Federal Aibltratlon Court Judges. ...

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  26. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    The price of gold to-day was £7/1/4½ an ounce fine, compared with £7/1/11 yesterday FOREIGN EXCHANGES. The United States dollar was quoted to-day ...

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  27. CURRENCY PROBLEMS.

    The Attorney Gemini (Mr. H S Cummings) who has taken almost unprecedented notion in defending the test ense against the Government in the Supreme Court regarding ...

    Article : 133 words
  28. UNIONS QUARREL.

    Because of the ultimatum issued by the Enginedrivers' Union at a meeting last night, there is a possibility of Bioken Hill being plunged into darkness again, as on New Year's ...

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  29. TRAWLER FOUNDERS.

    It is feared thal 14 men perished by being trapped in a trawler which foundered when returning with a catch fiom the North Sea. The spot where the trawler sank was located ...

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  30. CANBERRA

    Commenting on a statement made by the Dliector of Education in Queensland (Mr. B. J. McKenna) that he did not believe in the establishment of a university in a "little, poky, ...

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  31. DUKE OF KENT.

    It is understood that the Duke and Duchess of Kent contemplate concluding their honeymoon with a cruise to the West Indies. According to present arrangements, their ...

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  32. CAR IN FLAMES.

    When a car in which six persons were riding on the Dubbo-Narromine road yesterday, left the road, somersaulted, and burst into flames, the occupants had a ...

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  33. WOMAN BURNT TO DEATH.

    Trapped in her burning home at Lower Plenty this afternoon, Mis Agnes Symes, 80, mother of Dr Stella Symes, was burned to death. Dr. Symes made desperate efforts to ...

    Article : 248 words
  34. BUILDING OF AIRCRAFT.

    It is undeistood that Mr. Fokker, the Dutch ah craft constructoi hns concluded an arrangement with Airspeed Ltd., to build Foltker and Douglas machines in England. ...

    Article : 115 words
  35. MALARIA IN CEYLON.

    Malaria is still raging in Ceylon. The epidemic is very difficult to stamp out. owing to the frequent rela[?]ses, of patients. Children and old persons in particular have ...

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  36. WRECKED BY NAZIS.

    The coricspondcnt of the "Daily Express" at Saarbrucken says: "When the Pullman cars used on Continental journeys by King Edwnid and King George were sold at auction ...

    Article : 107 words
  37. SAVINGS BANKS.

    Savings bank deposits throughout Australia at November 30 last amounted to £213,395,001, according to a statement supplied to-day by the Commonwealth Statistician (Mr. E. T. ...

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  38. SUNDAY SPORT.

    A referendum on Sunday sport resulted in a large majority in favour of inter-town and local swimming carnivals at the municipal baths on Sundays, "in other than church ...

    Article : 219 words
  39. WORK REFUSED

    A number of single men who live in Hampton area have been refused food relief by the police at Rydal on the ground that they would not accept work at pea-picking in ...

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  40. FRUIT EXCHANGE

    The first big city real estate sale for the current year was announced yesterday. The building of the New South Wales Fruit Exchange Company, Ltd., at the western end ...

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  41. KIYOKAWA.

    M. Kikokawa, the Japanese backstrokt swimmer, last night broke the 200 yards record for New South Wales. He swam the distance in 2m 24 l-5s, which was 7 1-Ss ...

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  42. ANGLO-INDIAN-TRADE.

    A trade agreement supplementary to the ottawa Agreement between the British Government and the Government of India was signed at the Board of Trodc this afternoon. ...

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  43. ANGRY INDIAN MOB.

    Nine Moslems, including two women, were killed and more than 20 were injured in Ajra, a small town in Ichalkaranji, a petty feudatory State under the rule of the ...

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