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  2. NEWNES OIL. £166,000 STILL NEEDED.

    It was learned authoritatively yesterday that, of the sum of £665,000 which is regarded as necessary for the successful capitalisation of the ...

    Article : 250 words
  3. 'PLANE DIVES INTO SEA. PILOT KILLED.

    Pilot-Officer E.J. Eagerty, 23, of East Malvern, was killed this afternoon when the R.A.A.F. aeroplane in which he was engaged in air ...

    Article : 376 words
  4. NO RAILWAY.

    The State Cabinet yesterday rejected a proposal for the construction of a railway 'from Eastwood to St. Leonards. The Premier (Mr. Stevens) said later ...

    Article : 416 words
  5. BUILDING COSTS. MOVE TO COMBAT PRICE RISES.

    Plans to combat the increasing cost of building materials were discussed at a meeting in the Randwick Town Hall of speculative builders of the ...

    Article : 434 words
  6. BOOM LIKELY.

    "The announcement of the Argentina Grain Board that it may restrict wheat exports has made Argentina wheat dearer than Australian," ...

    Article : 203 words
  7. THE SHOW

    The comparatively dull moments of the Show that are given over to judging—dull, probably, from the standpoint of the public, although vitally ...

    Article : 517 words
  8. CORDON PLAN IN DANGER.

    The Spanish Government sent a Note to the International Non-intervention Committee through Britain, to the effect that it cannot agree to the ...

    Article : 404 words
  9. BELGIUM'S POLICY. KING'S VISIT.

    The opinion is held in London that the whole course of Belgian, and, perhaps, European polities, may be changed by the talks between King ...

    Article : 597 words
  10. MRS. SIMPSON.

    "The validity in England and Scotland of Mrs. Simpson's first divorce, granted in Warrcnton, Virginia, in 1927, may be open to doubt," says Professor ...

    Article : 325 words
  11. "DEFENCE NEEDS DOMINANT."

    The Acting Prime Minister (Dr. Page) told a deputation yesterday that the Federal Government was prepared to lend on debentures more than £300,000 at a low-rate of interese ...

    Article : 620 words
  12. N.Z. TRAGEDY FEARED.

    A Moth 'plane, carrying a pilot and a passenger, disappeared in a fog over the Cook Strait to-day, between Nelson and Wanganui. Later police found [?]eces of wreckage and ...

    Article : 108 words
  13. SPEED LIMIT.

    The Superintendent of Traffic (Mr. Stanton) said yesterday that when the new speed limit of 30 miles an hour in the metropolitan area became law, ...

    Article : 170 words
  14. SLUMS AND FLATS.

    "If the price of Sydney's greatness is to be its slums, its flats, and the miles of forbidding terrace houses with no semblance of home written on their warren-like exteriors, then the ...

    Article : 253 words
  15. NEXT MOVE AWAITED.

    Information received in Paris from an authoritative military source has removed all doubts of the seriousness of the check given to the Italian troops by the Spanish ...

    Article : 185 words
  16. STATION TRAGEDY.)

    At the conclusion of evidence to-day at the inquest on the death of Carl William Northcott, 49, farmer, who was found shot in the head on the ...

    Article : 690 words
  17. FILM OF DUKE.

    The Newsreel film of the Duke of Windsor ski-ing in Austria was banned not because of the picture itself, but because of the spoken commentary ...

    Article : 268 words
  18. FLEET AIR ARM.

    Mr. Winston Churchill (Con.) and Admiral Sir Roger Keyes (Con.) insisted, in the House of Commons to-day, that the Navy should have its own air ...

    Article : 391 words
  19. "INQUIRY JJNLIKELY."

    A Sydney barrister with an extensive practice in the divorce jurisdiction said last night that the question of the validity of Mrs. Shnnson's first divorce was not likely to be ...

    Article : 185 words
  20. TUMUT HOSPITAL.

    The board of the Tumut Hospital has informed the Hospitals Commission that the directors will resign in a body unless the Government subsidies are increased. ...

    Article : 105 words
  21. WOODEN HOUSES.

    The Forestry Commissioner of New South Wales (Mr. E. H. F. Swain) announced at the All-Australian Timber Congress yesterday that the ...

    Article : 294 words
  22. ROYAL LEADERSHIP.

    Although the King of the Belgians Is a constitutional monarch, and his functions are those pertaining to a constitutional sovereign everywhere, It has been a tradition in Belgium ...

    Article : 359 words
  23. FOUNDRY DISPUTE

    Suppliers of hardware and plumbers' materials in the building industry stated last night that they did not anticipate any immediate shortage in ...

    Article : 259 words
  24. BRITISH CABINET.

    The political correspondent of the Australian Associated Press understands that the Government will present a bill to Parliament on Wednesday whereby the Prime Minister ...

    Article : 294 words
  25. POTTS POINT

    The City Council has asked the Local trovernment Department to declare a section of Potts Point a residential area, and for a prohibition within that ...

    Article : 163 words
  26. STATE GOVERNMENT'S OFFER.

    The Premier (Mr. Stevens) said last night that the New South Wales Government was prepared to offer every encouragement to the project for the development by private ...

    Article : 122 words
  27. BOUND FOR POLE.

    The Moscow correspondent of the Exchange Telegraph Agency states that five Soviet aeroplanes are reported to have taken oil secretly from Moscow for the North Pole. ...

    Article : 87 words
  28. THE PRIME MINISTER.

    On the first day out from Fremantle, despite a heavy roll making conditions very unpleasant, the Prime Minister (Mr. Lyons) called the Minister for Defence (Sir ...

    Article : 230 words
  29. HUMID WEATHER.

    The Acting State Meteorologist (Mr. B. W. Newman) said last night that yesterday's maximum temperature of 95.1 degrees at 3.15 p.m.. was the, ...

    Article : 81 words
  30. FIRE IN STEAMER.

    The crew of 72 were rescued by lifeboat from the British steamer Mary Moller, in which a fire broke out when the vessel was off Holyhead on a voyage from India to ...

    Article : 122 words
  31. READY RESPONSE To Appeal for Piano.

    A ready response was received to the appeal, published in a message from Darwin in yesterday's "Herald," by the matron of the leper hospital at Channel Island for a piano to ...

    Article : 117 words
  32. UNKNOWN BENEFACTOR.

    After eating a light meal at the Benevolent Society's refreshment room at the Show Ground yesterday, a man offered a £10 note at the cashier's desk, and declined to accept ...

    Article : 137 words
  33. DUCHESS OF BEDFORD.

    Grave fears are entertained for the safety of the veteran airwoman, the Duchess of Bedford, who took-off solo in her own Moth aeroplane from her home at Woburn Abbey, ...

    Article : 111 words
  34. MAN STRUCK BY CAR.

    Percival Hugh Callaghan, 50, of Albionstreet, city, was crossing Chapel-road, Bankstown, last night, when he was knocked down by a motor car. ...

    Article : 101 words
  35. SOUTH AFRICAN WOOL.

    The South African Government has come to an arrangement with Germany by which the Union will Increase her purchases of German goods, enabling Germany to buy an additional ...

    Article : 127 words
  36. KING'S BIRTHDAY HOLIDAY.

    In view of the fact that King George VI.'s birthday falls on December 14, which is very close to Christmas, the Commonwealth Cabinet yesterday decided to approach the States to ...

    Article : 71 words
  37. SCHOOL DISASTER.

    At the Inquiry into the school disaster at the New London High School, near Overton (Texas), the superintendent of the school (Mr. W. C. Shaw) gave evidence that cas had been ...

    Article : 70 words
  38. MELBOURNE GIFT.

    A Melbourne firm has donated a piano for the white girl. who is confined at the leper station at Darwin. It is understood that the plano will be carried free of freight to Darwin ...

    Article : 43 words
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