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  2. BIG BLAZE IN CITY.

    The five-storey building occupied by Grimley, Ltd., in The Broadway, Glebe, was destroyed by fire early this morning. ...

    Article : 1,219 words
  3. BASIC WAGE. RISE OF 1/6 AND 6d.

    Mr. T. H. Silk, president, of the Employers' Federation of New South Wales, estimated last night that about £1,000,000 a year would be ...

    Article : 336 words
  4. SALARIES

    State Public Service salaries will be restored, as from July 1 next, to the levels existing before the Salaries Reduction Act came into force. ...

    Article : 296 words
  5. FLOODS IN AMERICA. Many Towns in Danger.

    Mountain streams, fed by heavy rains and snows, are pouring torrents into the Ohio River and its tributaries, causing the worst April floods ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 368 words
  6. MR. BRUCE.

    It is now fairly certain that, instead of entering British politics, Mr. S. M. Bruce will accept a further term as High Commissioner in London, if the ...

    Article : 321 words
  7. REBELS ROUT BASQUES.

    Continuing their advance on Bilbao, General Mola's insurgent troops have taken the key-town of Durango, which is only 16 miles from their ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 612 words
  8. BAN ON MR. LAZZARINI LIFTED BY A.L.P. CENSURE BY CONFERENCE.

    The Federal A.L.P. executive, which concluded its sittings in Sydney yesterday, carried a resolution re-admitting Mr. Lazzarmi, M.L.A., to the party, but censuring him for statements he had made against Mr. Lang. ...

    Article : 250 words
  9. FURS STOLEN.

    Silver fox furs valued at more than £650 were stolen early yesterday morning from a display window at the store of David Jones, Ltd., Market-street, city, ...

    Article : 335 words
  10. THE CORONATION

    Hitherto it had been assumed that the coronation ceremony would last three hours. It is now announced that it will begin at 11 a.m. and end about 1 p.m. ...

    Article : 380 words
  11. VIEWS OF UNION OFFICIALS.

    The opinion was expressed in State Labour circles yesterday that executive officers of the State Labour party probably would postpone until after the ...

    Article : 466 words
  12. UNION LEADERS' OPINIONS.

    "The rises are most inadequate," said the State secretary of the A.R.U. (Mr. Lloyd Ross). "In no way do they represent the real rise in the cost of living. The danger ...

    Article : 261 words
  13. ATTACK ON LEADER RESENTED.

    A long debate took place on the question of the re-admission of Mr. Lazzarini, M.L.A., and Mr. Lazzarini was severely censured for a speech he had ...

    Article : 948 words
  14. PUBLIC SERVICE VIEW.

    Mr. E. P. O'Sullivan, general secretary of the Public Service Association, said yesterday that with the suppression of particulars, the public could only guess the constituents of the ...

    Article : 334 words
  15. DUKE OF WINDSOR.

    The Press Association understands that the Duke of Windsor's solicitors have served a writ on William Heinemann. Ltd. (publishers) and Mr. Geoffrey Dennis (writer), claiming ...

    Article : 87 words
  16. NEWNES OIL.

    The proposed agreement between the Federal Government and the company which will develop the Newnes shale oil deposits, provides a guarantee for ...

    Article : 428 words
  17. KING AND QUEEN.

    The King and Queen, with Princess Elizabeth, embarked on the Admiral's barge at Westminster and proceeded down the river, escorted by four motor torpedo-boats, to open ...

    Article : 438 words
  18. NAVAL SKIRMISH.

    The announcement of General De Llano, rebel leader in the south, that the insurgent cruiser Canarias had forced the loyalist battleship Jaime I. ashore, has not been ...

    Article : 410 words
  19. SALES IN AMERICA.

    After temporary suspension of publication, the American publishers issued "Coronation Commentary," despite the action of William Heinemann, Ltd., in London. ...

    Article : 28 words
  20. MRS. SIMPSON.

    The "Daily Mail" says: "Mrs. Simpson obtained her decree nisi six months ago to-day, and it is competent for her to apply for an order absolute immediately. Next ...

    Article : 93 words
  21. H. F. BROADBENT.

    Promptly at 6.45 o'clock this evening Mr. H. F. Broadbent took off from the Ross Smith Aerodrome and roared into the darkening sky and disappeared into ...

    Article : 323 words
  22. MEETING DECIDES MANY QUESTIONS.

    Decisions were made on many matters before the executive concluded its sittings. The executive heard appeals by two ...

    Article : 597 words
  23. U.S.A. WONDERING.

    Mr. James W. Gerard, President Roosevelt's envoy to the coronation, discussing "the only thing they seem interested in at home," nam[?] whether he will wear ...

    Article : 297 words
  24. THREATENED STRIKE.

    President Roosevelt intervened to prevent a threatened strike by 25,000 employees of 11 major, railway companies here, who are affliated with the Brotherhood of Railway ...

    Article : 73 words
  25. MRS. BONNEY.

    Mrs. Harry Bonney took off from Bangkok this morning for Rangoon in continuation of her flight from Australia to South Africa, but she returned after half an hour. She ...

    Article : 80 words
  26. VISITORS TO HOSPITAL

    Seven visitors to Cowra District Hospital became ill suddenly, and showed symptoms of food poisoning. They were immediately admitted as patients. ...

    Article : 91 words
  27. WORKMAN BURIED.

    Stanley Charlton, 28, of First-avenue, Campsie, was working in a trench dug for the Water Board, at the intersection of Lion and Norton streets. Ashfield, yesterday, when the ...

    Article : 68 words
  28. PRICES HIGHER.

    Wool prices were fir[?] at to-day's sales. Prices of merino advanced 5 per cent., fine crossbreds 5 per cent., and medium to coarse crossbreds from 74 to 10 per cent. There was ...

    Article : 45 words
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