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  2. JOB CONTROL.

    Another shipping hold-up caused by the job-control methods of the Seamen's Union took place last night when the Howard Smith ...

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  3. FEDERAL CABINET.

    The House of Representatives, which was expected to meet next month, will not meet until March 13. The Senate will meet in the following week, and both Houses will sit ...

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  4. STRIKE.

    It was reported yesterday that about 150 stewards and cooks went on strike at the Quarantine Station, North Head, whe[?] passengers on the liner Aorangi are detained ...

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  5. CHANGES IN BILL.

    Amending legislation, which will make sweeping changes in the law controlling electricity and gas supplies, was announced at a meeting of the ...

    Article : 358 words
  6. RELIEF TAX.

    Senator H. S. Foll, of Queensland, Whip to the Federal Government, said yesterday that the State Governments should abolish, or at least substantially reduce, the ...

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  7. DEMONSTRATION

    The reassembly of the House of Commons yesterday was marked by one of the most prolonged and noisy demonstrations from the Strangers' Gallery ...

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  8. WEST INDIES.

    The English batsmen collapsed in sensational fashion in their second innings this afternoon, to enable the West Indies to [?]natch a dramatic victory in the last minute of play in the second ...

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  9. AIR MAILS.

    The aviation correspondent of the "Daily Telegraph" says: "A joint delegation from the British Air Ministry and the Post Office will leave London ...

    Article : 458 words
  10. COMBATING SHOCK.

    Sydney surgeons read with interest the cablegram in the "Herald" disclosing that experiments were being conducted by the Royal College of Surgeons to seek a remedy for ...

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  11. FORCED SALES.

    During the hearing of a case in the Bankruptcy Court yesterday, Mr. Linton (for the official receiver) said that there was a movement growing up in the country districts of ...

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  12. FLEETWOOD-SMITH.

    The Victorian left-handed bowler, L. O'B. Fleetwood-Smith, enjoyed one of the greatest triumphs of his career yesterday, when, at the Sydney Cricket Ground, he captured eight ...

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  13. BRITISH PROPOSALS.

    Communications received by the Federal Government from the British Government about the delegation are confidential, and Federal Ministers were disinclined to-day to ...

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  14. CAPTAINS' BAN

    PORT OF SPAIN (Trinidad), Jan. 28. During the second test match between the M.C.C. and the West Indies, the captains and the umpires have all taken action against ...

    Article : 106 words
  15. COURT ORDER.

    An unusual order was made by the Chief Industrial Magistrate (Mr. Prior) yesterday when he granted a union official an injunction restraining George Hristoff, a basket shoe ...

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  16. BY 'PLANE AND CAR

    Aerial and motor transport enabled Mr. G. J. Austin, of Warranbone station, Gulargambone, to arrive at the bedside of his sick mother, in Melbourne, from a remote ...

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  17. SOVIET CONGRESS.

    The general secretary of the Communist party (M. Stalin), on appearing on the platform at the Kremlin for the opening of the seventh Congress of the Russian Soviets, was ...

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  18. NAVAL DISCUSSIONS.

    In the House of Commons to-day, the Prime Minister (Mr. Ramsay MacDonald) reviewed the results of the recent na[?]l conversations in London. ...

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  19. ANNIVERSARY DAY.

    A luncheon was held at the Savoy Hotel today to celebrate Anniversary Day. Sir Henry Barwell presided. The Secretary for the Dominions (Mr. J. H. ...

    Article : 299 words
  20. LORD SEMPILL'S VIEWS.

    The announcement of the departure for Australia of a delegation representing the Air Ministry and British Post Office was described to-day by Lord Sempill as an indication of ...

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  21. PROPERTY SALE.

    The largest real estate deal of the current year, and the largest single transaction for at least three years, was completed yesterday when Richardson and Wrench, Ltd., sold to ...

    Article : 313 words
  22. D.H.86 'PLANES

    The first of the D.H. 86 'planes to take up regular service on the Brisbane-Singapore section of the oversear air mail service left. Brisbane yesterday. During the inquiry into ...

    Article : 383 words
  23. FORESTER'S ORDEAL.

    John Cameron, an employee at the Murraguldrie State Pine Forest, suffered severe injuries while working about a mile from the homestead. He was cutting wood when the ...

    Article : 170 words
  24. FARMERS' DEBTS.

    Legislation which will enable a farmer to make a settlement with his creditors for an amount, mutually agreed upon was foreshadowed at yesterday's State Ministerial party ...

    Article : 152 words
  25. ORDERS IN BRITAIN.

    Arcos, Ltd., the Russian trading firm, is placing orders worth more than £1,000,000 for the cash purchase of British machinery. The firm has also largely purchased for ...

    Article : 142 words
  26. £6000 DAMAGE.

    The drapery store of Peterson Bros., Ltd., in Cooma-street, Yass, was practically destroyed by fire early yesterday morning. The damage is estimated at £6000. ...

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  27. UNITY AGREEMENT.

    At a special meeting last night, the central council of the United Australia party ratified the agreement entered into between representatives of the U.A P. and the United Country ...

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  28. LAUNCH ON FIRE.

    Three men had to swim to the shore yesterday evening when their launch caught fire after an explosion in Long Bay, Middle Harbour. One man got into difficulties, but was ...

    Article : 214 words
  29. IRISH FREE STATE.

    The Irish Free State and Germany have signed an agreement to place the trade balance on a more equitable basis in 1935. They have adopted a ratio of 3 to 1 between Irish ...

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  30. SUSPECTED SMALLPOX.

    A case of suspected smallpox is under observation. The patient is an Aucklander who returned by the Aorangi on January 20. Since his return he had been treated for ...

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  31. RUGBY LEAGUE.

    Mr. Harry Sunderland, joint manager of the last "Kangaroos" Australian Rugby League team to tour England, is leaving for Brisbane by the Moreton Bay on Wednesday. In a ...

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  32. COOL IMPOSTOR.

    A well-known bookmaker, who operates on an extensive scale both in Melbourne and Sydney, was defrauded of £184 by a cool trickster yesterday. ...

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  33. MANY PASSENGERS TO LEAVE QUARANTINE.

    Ninety-six passengers from the Aorangi will be released from quarantine to-day, and it is expected that more will be released shortly. These, with those who have already been ...

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  34. A REAL "HAT TRICK."

    A "hat-trick" was performed during a cricket match here between Riverview and Newtown. The ball that gave S. McKellar, of ...

    Article : 61 words
  35. BYRD EXPEDITION.

    The Byrd Expedition second supply ship, Jacob Ruppert, arrived at the Bay of Whales to-day, but became of the loose ice and a strong wind waa unable to berth. ...

    Article : 71 words
  36. INWARD MAIL LATE.

    This week's oversea air mail is running 24 hours late, and is not due at Darwin until to-morrow afternoon. [By special arrangement, Reuter's world ...

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