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  2. CITY RAILWAY WILL SPAN CIRCULAR QUAY.

    An aerial view taken by a "Sydney Morning Herald" photographer of the city, extending south from Circular Quay, above which the extension of the city railway will run. Workmen have for some time been demolishing buildings in the area, and making preparations for constructing the bridge to carry the railway. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 61 words
  3. CHAIN STORES.

    In evidence at the Chain Store Inquiry yesterday, Albert John Sands, a motor driver, of Grafton-street, Woollahra, declared that during his ...

    Article : 450 words
  4. LORD MAYORALTY.

    Reform aldermen probably will support the selection of the Lord Mayor (Aid. Howie, M.L.C.) as the party's nominee for the Lord Mayoralty for ...

    Article : 425 words
  5. MRS. FREER DEBATE.

    The Minister for the Interior (Mr. Paterson) was strongly attacked in the House of Representatives to-day, for his action in excluding Mrs. Freer from Australia. Several U.A.P. members joined in the criticism of his action. ...

    Article : 159 words
  6. IMPORTANT PRINCIPLES INVOLVED.

    A motion for the adjournment was submitted by Mr. Garden (Lab., N.S.W.). Mr. Garden said that important principles we[?] involved in the refusal of permission ...

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  7. EUROPEAN PROBLEMS.

    The Polish Minister for Foreign Affairs (M. Beck) has had a series of conversations with the British Foreign Secretary (Mr. Eden) and other members of the British Government on ...

    Article : 186 words
  8. ARMISTICE DAY.

    King Edward, standing alone and erect in the Royal box at the British Legion's Armistice day festival in the Albert Hall, recited a verse from ...

    Article : 490 words
  9. OLD TITLE DEEDS

    The final settlement of a long-standing mortgage on a property at Petersham has brought to light a curious example of the action of water on parchment. A series of ...

    Article : 238 words
  10. HARRY LAUDER.

    "Australia's the land for me," Sir Harry Lauder replied, quoting a line of a song written by himself, when a representative of the Australian Associated Press asked him the ...

    Article : 307 words
  11. LOCKHEED ELECTRA

    The postmaster at Port Douglas, north of Cairns, read yesterday's "Sydney Morning Herald" at 3.15 yesterday afternoon. Guinea Airways' Lockheed Electra airliner was ...

    Article : 140 words
  12. BUTCHERS' SHOPS

    All butchers' shops in the metropolitan area will be closed next Monday, because of the annual picnic day of the butchers. Housewives have been advised to secure on Saturday ...

    Article : 52 words
  13. GIFT OF PIANOS.

    The general manager of Nicholson's, Ltd. (Mr. B. J. Grant), explained yesterday that his company, in making a presentation of 48 pianos ex landing charges to the ...

    Article : 86 words
  14. DID NOT GIVE DECISION LIGHTLY.

    Mr. Paterson declared that it he had taken advantage of the immunity granted to members of the House he could have said much more than he had said in defending his ...

    Article : 768 words
  15. NON-STOP WORLD FLIGHT.

    Clyde Pangborn, noted American aviator, announced here that he expects to make a non-stop flight round the world next summer. The flight will start and finish in New York. ...

    Article : 135 words
  16. CONTROL OF STRIKES.

    New plans for the control of strikes in New South Wales were adopted by the Labour Council last night. Delegates agreed to a proposal that the All Australian Council of ...

    Article : 111 words
  17. FATAL DIVE AFTER FISH.

    An attempt to recover a large fish is believed to have been, responsible for the drowning of Frank Elks, 19, son of Mr. and Mrs. Locke Elks, of Hernania. ...

    Article : 169 words
  18. THE CALL-UP.

    A call-up for employment is announced to-day. Details are published on page 22, column 5. ...

    Article : 19 words
  19. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    Gold was quoted to-day at £7/2/6 an ounce fine, compared with £7/2/5½ yesterday. PROFESSOR COPLAND RETURNING. ...

    Article : 120 words
  20. INDEX.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 235 words
  21. TRAIN HITS LORRY.

    With terrific force a train struck a lorry at Sockburn Crossing, Christchurch, to-day. Henry Williams, who was in the lorry, suffered critical head injuries and died later in ...

    Article : 89 words
  22. SIR MURRAY ANDERSON.

    The Australian High Commissioner (Mr. S. M. Bruce) and his wife, the Secretary for the Dominions (Mr. Malcolm MacDonald) and representatives of the States of the ...

    Article : 92 words
  23. PAPAL DELEGATE'S ADDRESS.

    Officials of Station 4QG could throw no light to-night on the reason for interruption to last Sunday's broadcast from the All-Australian Catholic Education Congress in ...

    Article : 319 words
  24. LATE SPORTING.

    The Australian Federal Cycling Council concluded its conference in Adelaide to-day. The track championships for 1937 were allotted as follows:—Quarter-mile and ...

    Article : 168 words
  25. ADVERTISEMENTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 275 words
  26. STATION 2GB.

    It was announced yesterday that a controlling interest in broadcasting station 2GB had been purchased by Denison Estates, Limited, from theosophical interests. ...

    Article : 95 words
  27. SILENCE IGNORED.

    A Socialist speaker in Edinburgh was mobbed by a crowd for ignoring the silence signal. Leicestershire miners, stripped to the waist, ...

    Article : 109 words
  28. U.A.P. MEMBER ATTACKS MINISTER.

    Mr. McCall (U.A.P., N.S.W.) said that the Minister had stated that Mrs. Freer had been excluded under section 3, subsection A. of the Immigration Act for failure to pass a ...

    Article : 1,067 words
  29. SOUTH AFRICA

    The Johannesburg correspondent of the "Morning Post" states that it has been semiofficially confirmed that the Governor-General of South Africa (the Earl of Clarendon) is ...

    Article : 104 words
  30. TRAMS DELAYED.

    About 200 persons had to walk home from Rockdale to Brighton-le-Sands yesterday afternoon when the electric tram service was interrupted by the breaking of the overhead ...

    Article : 167 words
  31. CEREMONIES IN U.S.A.

    National, civic, and educational readers throughout the United States paid a solemn tribute at special services in memory of the war dead. At the Washington ceremony, ...

    Article : 101 words
  32. 40-HOUR WEEK.

    Tne emergency committee of the Australasian Council of Trade Unions decided to-day to call a meeting of the interstate executive to have united action taken by unions through ...

    Article : 128 words
  33. GARY COOPER.

    The Hollywood correspondent of the "New York Times" reports that Paramount is considering the cancellation of the 5,000,000 dollar suit against Samuel Goldwyn, which ...

    Article : 73 words
  34. TO-DAY.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 254 words
  35. SERVICE AT SEA.

    The motors of the interstate ship Westralia were stopped for two minutes at 11 o'clock on Wednesday, when two minutes' silence was observed by the passengers and crew ...

    Article : 79 words
  36. MURDER CHARGE

    The Police Prosecutor (Sergeant De La Rue) said in the City Court to-day that many charges of robbery under arms, in addition to the seven offences with which they have ...

    Article : 156 words
  37. GILBERT'S RETIREMENT.

    Eddie Gilbert, the Queensland fast bowler, is to play no more big cricket. Mr. R. T. Stephens, secretary of the Queensland Cricket Association, to-night ...

    Article : 71 words
  38. ROAD SAFETY.

    The Commissioner of Road Transport (Mr. Maddocks) said yesterday that during the two weeks from October 25 to November 7, road accidents in New South Wales had caused ...

    Article : 145 words
  39. NUNS SAVE CHILDREN

    A fire broke out in the scullery beneath St. Philomena dormitory, which contained 35 sleeping boys at the Sisters of St. Joseph Orphanage, Largs Bay, early this morning and ...

    Article : 128 words
  40. D.H.86 'PLANES.

    The aeronautical correspondent of "The Times" states that the Air Ministry's ban on the night-flying of D.H.86 'planes, which is one of the reasons why British Airways is ...

    Article : 86 words
  41. POLICE RAID.

    Early this morning, Sergeants Keefe and Lane raided a building in Pitt-street, city, in which, it is alleged two-up was being played. ...

    Article : 72 words
  42. SUBURBAN AND COUNTRY PICTURE THEATRES.

    Programmes of Suburban and Country [?] Theatres will be found in the Amusement Advertising Columns. ...

    Article : 14 words
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