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  2. PEACE PARTY

    A graphic account of his experiences in Arnhem Land as leader of the missionary peace expedition is given by the Rev. [?]. E. Warren in his Journal, which was received ...

    Article : 421 words
  3. BETTING SHOPS.

    In a vigorous defence of the general principles of the new betting legislation the Premier (Mr. Butler) told a deputation from the Council of Churches to-day, that although ...

    Article : 333 words
  4. RIOTS IN PARIS.

    The fierce resentment of a large section of Parisians against the Government owing to the maladministration disclosed by the Stavisky scandal resulted in terrible riots in Paris yesterday. There was a sanguinary conflict in the Place de la Concorde, which is ...

    Article : 270 words
  5. HOME-BUILDING.

    It was announced yesterday that the Government's new home-building scheme would be put into opeiation almost immediately. Following the Premier's statement that the ...

    Article : 615 words
  6. DISARMAMENT.

    Britain's attitude respecting the disarmament situation was clearly defined in the House of Commons yesterday by the Foreign Secretary (Sir John ...

    Article : 1,155 words
  7. BYRD EXPEDITION.

    The Jacob Ruppert has completed unloading, and is ready to leave the Bay of Whales tomorrow for New Zealand. She will remain at Dunedin for the winter, and return to the ...

    Article : 205 words
  8. LABOUR UNITY.

    Speaking at the annual convention of the Australian Workers' Union yesterday. Mr. T. Jude (Tasmania) said that, because the Tasmanian Labour executive had recently decided ...

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  9. RUSH OF GOLD

    Twelve air-liners from the Continent, carrying £5,000,000 sterling in gold, were guided to Croydon by rockets, the pilots having difficulty in finding the aerodrome owing to fog. ...

    Article : 431 words
  10. MURDER OF FIREMAN.

    Detectives yesterday began further inquiries into the death of Ernest Carter, 42, a volunteer fireman, as the result of the finding of the Parramatta District Coroner (Mr. ...

    Article : 274 words
  11. BATTLE FOR BRIDGE.

    Despite an appeal by the Premier (M. Daladier) to the populace to keep calm and his statement that there had been no movements of troops, but that the Government ...

    Article : 1,737 words
  12. HONEYMOON TOUR.

    A honeymoon tour by camel is novel for Australia, but a Queenslander and his bride, a Bankstown woman, who are on such a tour, are finding that their animals are causing ...

    Article : 281 words
  13. £100 FOR 5/.

    Record totallsator odds for the State were paid at Rosebery yesterday when the sole supporter of Spear Belle, winner of the third division of the Welter Handicap, received ...

    Article : 214 words
  14. ARMED MEN.

    Three armed men, whose faces were hidden by handkerchiefs, robbed a man of £16 at Redfern last night. Mrs. Young opened the front door of her ...

    Article : 339 words
  15. "FALL NOT LIKELY."

    Speaking at the annual meeting to-day of the Australian Mines and Metals Association, the president (Mr. Colin Fraser) said that, eliminating temporary minor fluctuations ...

    Article : 190 words
  16. CANNED FRUITS.

    Important changes in the production and marketing of canned fruits may result from investigations into the industry which are to be made on behalf of the Commonwealth ...

    Article : 292 words
  17. INSURANCE FRAUDS.

    At the triel of Brynmor Miles, at the Old Balley, on charges of conspliacy connected with the fire insurance frauds, Leopold Harris who is serving a sentence for committing the ...

    Article : 418 words
  18. GOLD-MINING.

    At the annual meeting of the Australian Mines and Metals Association the president (Mr. Colin Fraser) said that the most striking feature in Australian Mining during the ...

    Article : 211 words
  19. BRITISH BARON.

    A baron who is entirely lacking in formality made a casual visit to Adelaide to-day. Lord Burgh reached the city by service car from Port Pirie, after having travelled to ...

    Article : 174 words
  20. GOLFERS' VISIT

    Mr. A. Keane, who has been acting as Australian manager for the American professional golfers. Gene Sarazen and Joe Kirkwood, stated last night that there was still ...

    Article : 193 words
  21. FIRE AND EXPLOSION.

    As a result of injuries suffered when H. J. Lewis' store was destroyed by fire on Monday night, Bertram Lewis, son of the proprietor, is in hospital in a serious condition. Forty ...

    Article : 292 words
  22. DAVIS CUP TEAM.

    Mr. Stanley Youdale stated last night that he had decided not to accept the invitation from the Lawn Tennis Association of Australia to manage this year's Davis Cup team. ...

    Article : 238 words
  23. MR. J. THOMAS

    At the New Zealand Day dinner at the Savoy Hotel the High Commissioner for New Zealand (Sir James Parr) urged the Secretary for the Dominions (Mr. J. H. Thomas) ...

    Article : 192 words
  24. HITLER'S BAN

    Richard Case the Queensland motor eye list who has arrived in Sydney to compete in dirt track racing said yesterday that a ban imposed on him by Herr Hitler had ruined a ...

    Article : 181 words
  25. WOOL RESEARCH.

    [?] of the Wool Industries Research Institute at Torridon, Leeds, was discussed at [?] conference called by the Australian High Commissioner (Mr. S. M. Bruce) at Australia ...

    Article : 135 words
  26. STRANGE COINCIDENCE.

    An extraordinary coincidence occurred at Australia House when Mr. W. G. Pannell, who recently anlved from Australia, called to inquire regarding the whereabouts of his ...

    Article : 137 words
  27. WHEAT CROP

    The restriction omposed on Australia's wheat exports by the world wheat agreement is expected to affect only a few million bushels of this seasons crop. ...

    Article : 123 words
  28. EMPIRE DEFENCE.

    The Government of the Straits Settlements is making a donation of 500,000 dollars (about £83,000) to the home Government for purposes of Imperial defence. It is recalled that ...

    Article : 69 words
  29. FOOTBALL IN JAPAN.

    The Australian universities' Rugby football team defeated Waseda University to-day by 21 points to 6. ...

    Article : 22 words
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