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  2. BY-ELECTION

    The election of Mr. W. Frith (Country party) to the State Parliament to fill the vacancy for Lismore caused by the death of Mr. W. T. Missingham seems assured. ...

    Article : 230 words
  3. ARCHBISHOPRIC.

    The Synod of the Diocese of Sydney is to meet on Tuesday, April 4, to elect an Archbishop in succession to the late Dr. Wright. An ordinance providing for such elections ...

    Article : 821 words
  4. THE MANDATES.

    The agitation in Germany for the return of her former colonies, which has been accentuated recently by the electoral success of Herr Hitler, has a direct concern to Australia. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 261 words
  5. EUROPE.

    The entire Sunday Press emphasises the danger of the present European situation, which is described as the most serious since ...

    Article : 572 words
  6. SERIES OF EARTHQUAKES

    One hundred and forty people were killed and 5000 were injured in a series of earthquake shocks which shook Southern California last night. Damage to property is estimated at 50,000,000 dollars. Fourteen cities and towns in a strip 200 miles long and 60 miles wide ...

    Article : 125 words
  7. GERMANY.

    Nazis all over Germany are taking the law into their own hands and have begun to carry out unauthorised miniature coups. A Nazi named Streicieer proclaimed himself ...

    Article : 872 words
  8. RAILWAYS.

    There has been a great improvement in the finances of the State railways and tramways during the current financial year as compared with last year. ...

    Article : 398 words
  9. FIRST SHOCK.

    The first shock, which was accompanied by a peculiar roar, was felt in Los Angeles at 5.55 p.m. yesterday. This was followed by a series of upheavals, which continued to-day and ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  10. AUSTRALIAN MEAT.

    Mr. H. S. Fitton, a London meat importer and distributor said on his arrival in Sydney on Saturday that one of the greatest obstacles to increased sales of Australian meat ...

    Article : 442 words
  11. BIG BREAKERS.

    A heavy swell caused huge breakers on Sydney's beaches yesterday, and many persons were carried out by currents. The breakers caused deep channels to form, in which strong ...

    Article : 467 words
  12. COCKATOO DOCK

    The new management of Cockatoo Dock report a satisfactory first week's operations. A new era began for the dockyard on March 1, when it passed into private control. There ...

    Article : 552 words
  13. TROOP MOVEMENTS.

    Following the recent aeroplane flight of the German Chancellor (Herr Hitler) over the Polish Corridor, the Polish Government strengthened the guard at the Westerplatte ...

    Article : 256 words
  14. FORCED LANDING

    The engine of an aeroplane in which two men were flying yesterday failed whilst the machine was passing over Stanmore. The pilot made a forced landing in Henson ...

    Article : 313 words
  15. PREVIOUS EARTHQUAKES.

    The cause of earthquakes is explained by the contraction of the outer crust of the earth owing to the cooling of the planet. The heterogeneous nature of the structure of the ...

    Article : 495 words
  16. REFERENDUM.

    The Premier (Mr. Stevens) and other Ministers, during the next month, will visit the most important centres of the State dealing with the achievements of the Government, ...

    Article : 419 words
  17. NEW RECORDS

    No fewer than seven records were established at the women's annual track and field games championships of New South Wales, at the Sydney Sports Ground on Saturday. ...

    Article : 274 words
  18. DISARMAMENT.

    The British Prime Minister (Mr. MacDonald) and the Foreign Secretary (Sir John Simon), on their arrival at Geneva, began a series of interviews with the ...

    Article : 445 words
  19. STORM TROOPS.

    A Paris message says that British and French official circles regard the enrolment of Stahlhelms and Storm Troops in the German police force as a breach of the ...

    Article : 252 words
  20. LOSSES £260,000.

    Despite the attempts of successive administrations to reduce the heavy annual losses on Government-owned hotels in Canberra, they remain as great a problem as ever. The ...

    Article : 374 words
  21. TWO BOYS DROWNED

    Two seven-year-old boys were drowned yesterday morning in a dam in Henderson-road, Alexandria. The two boys, Robert Cavanagh, 7 of 42 ...

    Article : 135 words
  22. SYDNEY RECORD.

    A faint record of the earthquake is shown on the seismograph at Sydney Observatory. It is impossible to distinguish the primary tremors, but the secondary tremors commenced ...

    Article : 98 words
  23. PACIFIC PROBLEMS.

    Possibilities in the Pacific were the subject of a broadcast address through 2GB last night by Mr. T. Campbell, councillor of the Chamber of Manufactures. ...

    Article : 211 words
  24. "THE TADPOLES."

    One of the most delightful features of the women's swimming championship carnival at the Bondi Baths on Saturday afternoon was the appearance of numerous children ...

    Article : 223 words
  25. MIGRATION.

    Dean Inge told students of the London School of Economics that the fall in the birth rate was partly due to restricted emigration, the prohibition of which was a ...

    Article : 139 words
  26. MR. LLOYD GEORGE

    Speaking in support of the Liberal candidate in the Ashford by-election, Mr. Lloyd George attacked the Government for spending £50,000,000 to keep the sovereign on gold, ...

    Article : 128 words
  27. ENGLISH RAILWAYS.

    In order to compete with road travel, four of the principal British railway companies announce the biggest fare reductions since the war. They are introducing summer ...

    Article : 116 words
  28. SECESSION FAVOURED

    Allegations that the Federal Government was showing a surplus of £2,000,000 at the expense of the primary producers of South and Western Australia were made at the ...

    Article : 99 words
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