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  2. BIG WAGES INCREASE.

    As a result of the settlement of the strike in the automotive industry the General Motors Corporation announces the production of motor ...

    Article : 335 words
  3. CITY APPROACH TO PROPOSED BY-PASS ROAD.

    The by-pass route to link Potts Point with the city, plans for which have been approved by the City Council Town Planning Committee, was illustrated in yesterday's "Herald" by an aerial photograph of the Darlinghurst end of the proposed route. The view above shows the city approach from Macquarie-street, through the Domain and around Woolloomooloo Bay to the junction which is planned, of Wylde-street and Cowper wharf-road. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 74 words
  4. CZECHOSLOVAKIA.

    Lord Rothermere, in an article in the "Daily Mail," bitterly attacks Czechoslovakia as a spurious State, a central European sham, and a perpetual danger ...

    Article : 289 words
  5. CORONATION.

    The Minister for Defence (Sir Archdale Parkhill) announced to-day the names of six returned army nurses who will form part of the services' ...

    Article : 344 words
  6. WORLD FLIGHT.

    Mrs. Amelia Earhart Putnam, the famous American aviatrix, will depart from Oakland (California) early in March on a flight round the world, ...

    Article : 375 words
  7. GERMAN COLONIAL DEMANDS.

    Sir Archibald Sinclair, the leader of the Independent, Liberals in the House of Commons, speaking at Pontypridd, said that he did not cavil at the principles set out by Herr ...

    Article : 235 words
  8. MR. LYONS'S PLANS.

    The prime Minister (Mr. Lyons), who was to have left on March 30 to attend the coronation and the Imperial Conference in London, has decided to leave a fortnight earlier, ...

    Article : 81 words
  9. TASTE IN FILMS.

    Films which deal with love and sex bore children to distraction, according to evidence quoted at the British Film Institute's conference regarding ...

    Article : 223 words
  10. HAPPY THOUGH GAOLED.

    "Stone walls do not a prison make" in Guernsey, for it is revealed that prisoners there have been strolling out almost every night for the last two ...

    Article : 156 words
  11. THROUGH FLOODS.

    The Minister for Commerce (Dr. Page) reached Grafton to-night to address a referendum meeting after a battle with flood waters and torrential ...

    Article : 223 words
  12. DOCTOR CLAIMS PRIVILEGE.

    At an inquest to-day into the deaths of two children in the Wodonga private hospital, Dr. Grant, of Wodonga, refused to answer questions about a ...

    Article : 405 words
  13. SKELETON MYSTERY.

    An envelope hearing the name, "Mrs. Sherlock, Tamarama Beach, Bondi," has been found near the Wedderburn mine shaft, in which the skeleton of a murdered man was ...

    Article : 66 words
  14. ROOSEVELT'S PLAN

    President Roosevelt, in an effort to force his Judiciary Reform measure through Congress unaltered, called several Senate leaders to the White House separately. ...

    Article : 235 words
  15. STATE REPRESENTATION.

    Many members of the New South Wales branch of the Empire Parliamentary Association expect that the State's representative for the coronation will be chosen by the ...

    Article : 239 words
  16. THE CALL-UP.

    A call-up for employment is announced to-day. Details are published on page 31, column 7. ...

    Article : 20 words
  17. INDEX.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 312 words
  18. SHIPBUILDING COSTS.

    Mr. H. C. Bywater, the naval correspondent of the "Daily Telegraph," writes:—"The mounting costs of steel are sending up the price of merchant tonnage. Standard types of ...

    Article : 97 words
  19. GERMANS READING HISTORY.

    As a sequence to Hitler's colonial demands, Germans are being encouraged to read books on political history, among which "The Origin and Growth of the British Empire" ...

    Article : 66 words
  20. THREE YEARS IN PRISON.

    Alexander Stanley Gourlay (47), solicitor, who pleaded guilty on Thursday to 24 charges of misappropriation, was sentenced yesterday by Acting Judge McGhie, at the Quarter ...

    Article : 236 words
  21. GAS DANGERS.

    Simultaneously with a sudden overnight "black out" test at Bedford which was chosen as an important strategic industrial town, while R.A.F. bombers carried out a ...

    Article : 240 words
  22. CONTROL OF AUSTRALIAN CONTINGENT.

    A proclamation, issued yesterday, confers upon the officer commanding the Australian military contingent to the coronation the full disciplinary powers possessed under the Army ...

    Article : 72 words
  23. DUKE OF WINDSOR

    In the course of the discussions which have arisen on the question of granting a Civil List income to the ex-King, the "Daily Mail," in a leading article, attacks the Socialists. ...

    Article : 138 words
  24. NEGRO MURDERER.

    Major Green, a negro porter, has been found guilty of the first degree murder of Mrs. Frank Case, 25, who was found dead in a bath in an apartment house last month. ...

    Article : 139 words
  25. PACIFIC FREIGHTS.

    As a result of wage increases granted to American seamen and other workers, an increase is expected in freights across the Pacific. The Sydney oflice of the Matson Line has ...

    Article : 155 words
  26. ADVERTISEMENTS.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 262 words
  27. COURT DRESSES.

    Their Majesties have approved designs for dresses and trains for the Coronation Courts. Efforts will be made to induce all to adhere closely to the basic lines of these ...

    Article : 248 words
  28. SHOPKEEPER SHOT.

    One of two youths, who were armed with sawn-off shot guns, walked into the shop of Mr. Horace Hunter, 35, of Herbert-street. Northcote, late to-night, and shot him in the ...

    Article : 137 words
  29. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    The price of gold to-day was £7/2/2 an ounce fine, compared with £7/1/11 yesterday. GERMAN AMBASSADOR. The German Ambassador to London (Herr ...

    Article : 233 words
  30. SON TO ITALIAN PRINCE.

    Princess Marie Jose, formerly of Belgium, the wife of Prince Humbert, the Italian Crown Prince, has given birth to a son. Their first child, Princess Maria, was born in 1934. ...

    Article : 37 words
  31. NAGOYA EXHIBITION.

    The Australian Trade Commissioner (Mr. Longfield Lloyd) has returned here from Nagoya, an important manufacturing city in the interior, where he has made arrangements ...

    Article : 108 words
  32. SCENE IN COURT.

    [?] scene occurred in the Quarter Sessions, Darlinghurst, yesterday, when Judge Sheridan ordered the removal from court of Mr. G. M. Stafford, a solicitor. ...

    Article : 267 words
  33. RAILWAYMEN TO LEARN.

    The Department of Railways is co-operating with the Defence Department in teaching railway ambulance instructors the procedure to be adopted in gas attacks. ...

    Article : 150 words
  34. GIFTS TO CHARITIES.

    By his will, the late Mr. Norman Napier Dangar, of Palmerston, near Armidale, gave the following legacies: £2500 to Twilight House; £2000 to All Saints' Church, ...

    Article : 176 words
  35. YACHT LEAVES.

    Th 45ft cutter-rigged yacht Rondon left Sydney late last night on a voyage to Lord Howe Island. She is manned by a crew of six. Mr. R. Robertson is master, and Mr. J. ...

    Article : 112 words
  36. TO-DAY.

    Theatre Royal: Russian Ballet, 2, 8. Tivoli Theatre: "All Dressed Up," 2.30, 8. Lyceum Theatre: "The Marriage of Corsal, "Calling the Tune." 11, 2, 5, 8. ...

    Article : 286 words
  37. MURDER AND SUICIDE.

    An inquest was conducted by the District Coroner (Mr. A. B. Collins, P.M) to-day into the deaths of Jean Reid, 17, and Robert Leslie Crees, 43. labourer, married, who were ...

    Article : 216 words
  38. DEFENCE OF AUSTRIA.

    A conference of army chiefs has decided upon a scheme to mobilise every citizen for military or civilian duties, and to co-ordinate the nation's industrial, commercial, and ...

    Article : 40 words
  39. FACTORY WORKERS.

    In the House of Commons, the Home Secretary (Sir John Simon), in moving the second reading of a new Factories Bill, described it as an effort to draw up an ...

    Article : 168 words
  40. WOMAN'S FLIGHT ROUND WORLD.

    The route chosen by Mrs. Amelia Earhart Putnam, the famous American aviatrix, for her flight round the world, which will begin from Oakland (California) early next month, is shown on the map. The longest sea stage, from Howland Island to Lae (New Guinea) is 2550 miles. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 52 words
  41. SUGAR CONFERENCE.

    Rumours that Australia and South Africa will not participate in the Sugar Conference are authoritatively denied. It is pointed out that the invitations have just been issued, ...

    Article : 50 words
  42. "KEEP FIT."

    The Federal Health Department is preparing plans for a continuous nation-wide "keep fit" campaign. A detailed programme will be submitted to ...

    Article : 119 words
  43. AUSTRALIAN COUNSELLOR.

    The Secretary of State (Mr. Cordell Hull) expressed gratification regarding the appointment of Mr. Keith Officer as Australian Counsellor attached to the staff of the British ...

    Article : 79 words
  44. LIFT CRASHES.

    Eight men and a boy were hurled to the ground to-day when the rough lift on which they were descending crashed from near the third story of a building which is in course ...

    Article : 76 words
  45. BRISBANE AIR SERVICE.

    Airlines of Australia, Ltd., using Stinson machines, conduct a service of two 'planes each day from Sydney to Brisbane. The first, 'plane leaves Sydney at 8 a.m. and the second ...

    Article : 37 words
  46. SUBURBAN AND COUNTRY PICTURE THEATRES.

    Programmes of Suburban and Country Picture Theatres will be found in the Amusements Advertisement Columns. ...

    Article : 8 words
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