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  2. MILK INQUIRY.

    A number of health inspectors and supervisors of the Milk Board, in evidence yesterday at the milk inquiry by the Royal Commissioner (Mr. A. B. Shand, K.C.), following statements at a previous sitting by Detective-sergeant Lawrence, testified to the satisfactory condition of the ...

    Article : 93 words
  3. J. B. HOBBS.

    J. B. Hobbs, the famous English batsman, who was a special correspondent for the London "Star" during the Englishmen's tour, and who arrived at Fremantle ...

    Article : 489 words
  4. CHAOS IN GERMANY.

    Correspondents of English newspapers who are beginning to get uncensored messages out of Germany give graphic descriptions of the terrible state of the country. Hitlerism seems to be everywhere triumphant, and its disciples are ...

    Article : 123 words
  5. HOURS AND WAGES

    Statistics showing an increase of wage rates and a decrease of working hours in New South Wales since 1926, compared with Victoria, were given by a witness when the ...

    Article : 753 words
  6. BRITISH EXPERTS

    Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd., is anxiously awaiting news concerning the unexplained arrest by the Soviet O.G.P.U. (secret police) in Moscow of four of their principal ...

    Article : 282 words
  7. IN DISTRESS.

    Latest advices indicate that the Japanese tramp steamer Kinsen Maru, with 15 feet of water In the engineroom, is in a dangerous plight, ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 642 words
  8. FARMERS' EVIDENCE.

    Arthur John Warner, farmer, of Kemp's Creek, said Mr. Morehead called on him with Mr. Fryer, and asked witness if he would contribute to a presentation to Mr. Martin. ...

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  9. "IN THE MELTING-POT."

    Uncensored reports from Germany reveal an extraordinary state of political and social chaos. One newspaper correspondent says that he defies the ablest statistician to ...

    Article : 1,480 words
  10. CHINESE PLANS

    While there have been no orders for a general offensive by Marshal Chiang Kai-shek's troops inside the Great Wall, Japanese reports reveal that heavy fighting is continuing in ...

    Article : 366 words
  11. M.C.C. PLAYERS

    When the Great Western express arrived to-day from South Australia, it was learned from passengers that H. Larwood and the Nawab of Pataudi were subjected to a ...

    Article : 282 words
  12. RUSSIAN TIMBER.

    Allegations that timber from Russia was being landed at Sydney without payment of dumping duty and was being sold "in very suspicious circumstances," were made before ...

    Article : 695 words
  13. ARMS EMBARGO

    In the House of Commons, the Lord President of the Council (Mr. Baldwin) said that as there was no prospect of international agreement, the embargo placed by Britain on ...

    Article : 52 words
  14. WATER SHORTAGE.

    Owing to the prolonged dry weather, a serious water shortage is facing the Far West, where graziers have already made application to the Railway Department for water to save ...

    Article : 184 words
  15. WORLD CRISIS.

    Presiding over the College of Cardinals, the Pope created six new Cardinals, including the Archbishop of Quebec. Two other Cardinals will be appointed later. ...

    Article : 167 words
  16. STORM TROOPS' ACTIONS.

    The British Government is considering the occupation of Kehl, Speyer, and Cologne by Storm Troops. It is understood that the official view is that the Versailles Treaty is ...

    Article : 72 words
  17. REFERENDUM.

    The Premier (Mr. Stevens) yesterday explained that the conduct of the referendum on the Upper House would be under the control of the Electoral Commissioner (Judge ...

    Article : 588 words
  18. SECESSION.

    Replying to the Prime Minister's comments on the financial statement prepared by the secretary of tne Dominion League (Mr. H K. Watson) in support of secession, Mr Watson ...

    Article : 279 words
  19. UNITED STATES.

    Regulations governing the reopening tomorrow of the Federal reserve banks, the federal intermediate banks, the joint stock ranks, the Federal home and loan ...

    Article : 112 words
  20. EARTHQUAKE AREAS.

    Relief agencies are working throughout the area of Southern California which suffered from earthquake shocks. Food is being distributed and even reconstruction work has ...

    Article : 115 words
  21. BUS SERVICES.

    A statement on the Government's policy towards existing bus services when it instituted new bus services of its own was given by the Minister for Transport (Mr. Bruxner) ...

    Article : 436 words
  22. TWEED ENTRANCE.

    Considerable uneasiness exists among storekeepers and shippers as to the condition of the Tweed River entrance, which has shoaled again. ...

    Article : 140 words
  23. THREE MEN ON DOLE

    First prize in the 114th State lottery, drawn yesterday, was won by a ticket shared by three unemployed Woonona men who have been receiving the dole. Their ticket was taken out ...

    Article : 216 words
  24. FASCIST DEMONSTRATION

    After Sir Oswald Mosley had delivered a speech, interrupters broke up a Fascist demonstration in the Free Trade Hall. Manchester. ...

    Article : 133 words
  25. EUROPEAN SITUATION.

    The "News Chronicle" says: "There was more talk of war this week-end than at any time since 1914. Why? Because the old gang is back in the saddle in Germany, and because ...

    Article : 240 words
  26. TONGAN PRINCE

    Prince Tugi, Prince Contort and Premier of Tonga, is visiting Grafton. He said he was anxious to visit the district because the Rev. Roger Page, first president of the Tongart ...

    Article : 58 words
  27. £2450 DAMAGES

    In a Judgment, which took two horns to read the Chief Justice (Sir George Muiray) awarded Dr. Thorold Giant £2450 damages in a case in which Grant sued John Martin and Co., ...

    Article : 130 words
  28. DON BRADMAN

    The Rochdale Club has received the following cable from Don Bradman:—"I regret that I must decline your offer. It is impossible to come to a decision by June." ...

    Article : 107 words
  29. ANNETTE KELLERMANN

    After having taken part for three years in stage performances in Europe, Miss Annette Kellermann, the Australian swimmer and actress accompanied by her husband (Mr. J. ...

    Article : 100 words
  30. DUTIES ON FILMS.

    The Government Whip in the Senate (Senator Foll) yesterday said the Federal Government, in recently increasing the duty on films from 4d to 1/ a foot, had to take cognisance of ...

    Article : 82 words
  31. DOLE BREAD.

    The Honorary Minister (Mr. Hawkins) said yesterday that in no circumstances would the department permit grocers to supply bread to recipients of unemployed food relief. It had ...

    Article : 50 words
  32. PRICE OF GOLD.

    The price of gold to-day was £6/0/2 an ounce fine. ...

    Article : 16 words
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