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  2. COUNTRY NEWS. TWEED RIVER SHIPPING.

    In consequence of the state of the Tweed River bar, which held up shipping for 11 weeks, there was an all-round decrease in the gross tonnage and number of ships inwards ...

    Article : 101 words
  3. TRANSPORT ACT

    The council of the Railways and Tramways Salaried Officers' Association, at its last meeting carried a resolution condemning the action of the Government in bringing into operation ...

    Article : 256 words
  4. FEDERAL REVENUE

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 642 words
  5. FRANCE'S BUDGET. Growing Deficit Embarrasses Government.

    The Paris correspondent of the "Daily Telegraph" says: "The budget deficit is increasing at the rate of £256 a minute. The Premier (M. Paul-Boncour) admits that a stop must ...

    Article : 212 words
  6. WOOL INDUSTRY. Effect of Railway Freights.

    Pending further inquiries and domestic conferences, Governmental delegates to the interstate wool conference, which resumed its deliberations in Sydney yesterday, refused to promise relief to the industry in the form of reduced freights, light and harbour dues, and land tax. ...

    Article : 163 words
  7. FUELLING THE SOUTHERN CROSS.

    Pumping fuel into the Southern Cross in readiness for its second flight across the Tasman Sea, on the beach at Gerringong yesterday afternoon. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 27 words
  8. HORSE AND DRAY OVER EMBANKMENT.

    A horse and dray which fell over the embankment of a gravel pit at McDonald s Creek were caught in the roots of apple trees growing across the pit, and prevented from falling ...

    Article : 88 words
  9. DEATH OF MR. H. F. LOWES.

    The death has occurred of Mr. Herbert Faulder Lowes, a Corowa district pioneer, at the age of 83 years. He was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lowes, and was ...

    Article : 95 words
  10. FINDING OF SKELETON.

    Interest in the disappearance of William Thomas Appleton in June, 1931, and the subsequent discovery of a skeleton on an island in the Peel River at Wollomol in September, ...

    Article : 84 words
  11. CHILLED BEEF.

    At the meat marketing inquiry, Mr. Dalley (manager of the London Produce Company) said that, without faster and more regular ships, importation of chilled Australian and ...

    Article : 174 words
  12. WHELAN'S RESCUE.

    As the participation of two Wapiti aeroplanes in the rescue of Patrick Whelan, the prospector, cost the Defence Department about £1100, an effort will be made by the ...

    Article : 96 words
  13. CONFERENCE DEBATE.

    The Minister for Commerce, when the conference resumed its public discussions yesterday, read a report from the Governmental subcommittee to the effect that members had ...

    Article : 3,216 words
  14. FIRE CAUSED BY RATS.

    Alarm was created at 2 p.m. when fire burst from the corner of J. Moses' refreshment-rooms in the heart of the town. A "bucket brigade" kept the flames in check till ...

    Article : 59 words
  15. LABOUR PARTY.

    Further efforts are being made by the Garden-Graves faction to suppress the revolt of the socialisation section in the Glebe branch against its rule. Having expelled ten ...

    Article : 269 words
  16. CYCLIST'S EXPERIENCE.

    Harry Hughes, 24, butcher, of Glenreagh, was thrown from his motor cycle near Bluff Bridge, 16 miles from Grafton, suffering injuries to the head and left ankle. He tried ...

    Article : 87 words
  17. WOMAN'S ELECTRIC SHOCK.

    Mrs. A. Young, of Macaulcy-street, was admitted to the Lithgow Hospital, suffering from extensive burns about the neck and hands as a result of receiving an electric shock in her ...

    Article : 120 words
  18. GREYHOUND RACING.

    The Royal Commission on Lotteries and Betting, in an interim report, recommends that the operation of totalisators on greyhound racing tracks, and totalisator clubs, ...

    Article : 190 words
  19. MAN SENTENCED FOR THEFT.

    James Bourke was convicted at the Forbes Police Court on charges of being illegally at a store, of stealing a motor car from Oranse, and of stealing two tins of petrol and a water ...

    Article : 102 words
  20. THE CALL-UP

    A call-up for employment to be made to-day at the various relief depots appears in detail on page 24, column 4. The call-up refers to certain married men ...

    Article : 158 words
  21. TOWN LAND VALUATIONS.

    Considerable discussion has taken place over the valuations of town land by the Valuer-General, who officiated for the first time this year, and a ratepayers' association ...

    Article : 47 words
  22. ALLEGED BREAKING AND ENTERING.

    At Goulburn Police Court, Walter Moss was committed for trial on a charge of breaking and entering the house of Donald McDonald and Hubert McDonald in Yass-road on October ...

    Article : 95 words
  23. CHAMPION TENNIS PLAYER.

    MRS. ROY COZENS (Miss Daphne Akhurst), the well-known Australian tennis player, whose death took place yesterday. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 19 words
  24. ICE TRADE DISPUTE.

    A deputation representing the City and Suburban Ice Manufacturers' Association yesterday interviewed the Minister for Justice (Mr. Martin) and denied suggestions ...

    Article : 496 words
  25. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    The King has consented to the publication of his Christmas Empire broadcast as a gramophone record, to be retailed at half a crown to assist the British Wireless Fund for ...

    Article : 576 words
  26. INDEX. NEWS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 310 words
  27. DEATH FROM INJURIES.

    Peter Griffiths, 77, who was injured in a motor smash on the Aberdeen-road on December 23, died at Brentwood Hospital. The remains were taken to Sydney for ...

    Article : 102 words
  28. GIRL SAVED FROM DROWNING.

    Dulcie Foxall was saved from drowning in the river by her brother, Norman, a well-known footballer. Scouts Jack Martin and Jack Noonan gave first aid. The ambulance ...

    Article : 43 words
  29. CARS COLLIDE.

    Two motor cars collided at the intersection of Bourke and Flinders streets yesterday afternoon. A car driven by Mr. Kett, of Campbell-town, was badly damaged and the three ...

    Article : 45 words
  30. INJURED IN SIDECAR CRASH.

    Mrs. Gertrude de Vere, 47, of Dawson-street, Lismore, was badly injured in an accident on the Burringbar-road yesterday, and is now in hospital in a serious condition. Mrs. de Vere ...

    Article : 82 words
  31. UNEMPLOYED LEADERS.

    The Secretary of State for Home Affairs (Sir John Gilmour), in a letter to the leader of the Labour party (Mr. Lansbury), dealing with Tom Mann and Emfys Llewellyn, said ...

    Article : 171 words
  32. WATER SUPPLIES. Shortage in Country Centres

    Danger of a serious shortage of water supplies is reported from several country centres as a result of the prolonged dry spell. Heat wave conditions have prevailed inland ...

    Article : 299 words
  33. ADVERTISEMENTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 233 words
  34. MAN HORNED BY CALF.

    Frederick Harvey, 65, of Gladstone, was leaning through a fence, tying a rope round the neck of a bull calf, when the animal lunged forward, and a horn pierced Harvey's chest, ...

    Article : 66 words
  35. FIRST VISIT TO SEA.

    Nineteen members of the 1st Trangie Boy Scouts will leave to-morrow by motor lorry for Tuggerah Lakes. Three days will be spent in Sydney en route, and the lads will be ...

    Article : 63 words
  36. OUTBURST FROM DOCK.

    From the dock of the Bathurst Police Court to-day John Mills, 27, who was charged with breaking, entering, and stealing from the store of D. J. Healey and Sons, declared that ...

    Article : 131 words
  37. THE POST OFFICE.

    The Postmaster-General (Mr. Parkhill), who arrived in Adelaide this morning on his way to Western Australia, said that he hoped that the excess revenue of £600,000 made last ...

    Article : 126 words
  38. WILD GALE

    Victoria was swept by a fierce gale this evening. There had been high winds all day, and in some places, especially in the country, high temperatures, too. The ...

    Article : 137 words
  39. TO-DAY.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 203 words
  40. PENSIONS FRAUD.

    At the Albury Police Court, Joseph Francis Henry Hayes, of Tumbarumba, on the information of Ernest David Farrell, officer of the Invalid and Old-age Pensions Department ...

    Article : 135 words
  41. DRY AREA IN QUEENSLAND.

    The country between Winton and Hughenden is in a deplorable condition. Seven inches of rain were registered at Winton last year, three inches of which fell in one month. The ...

    Article : 64 words
  42. BEAUTY CONTESTS.

    "It is not right that our girls should be placed in the same category as cattle and horses at a show," said Alderman Flaherty at last night's meeting of the South Grafton ...

    Article : 102 words
  43. 12 MEN OVERCOME.

    During the holidays the blast furnace at the Australian Iron and Steel Works was closed down so that it could be relined. To-day, during the blowing in of the furnace, ...

    Article : 104 words
  44. MAN'S BODY FOUND.

    The body of a man, believed to be Alian McLean, was found in the hills about four miles from Dalton by a prospector named Shaw. McLean had apparently been injured; ...

    Article : 76 words
  45. PRICE OF GOLD.

    The price of gold, including jewellery, deposited at the Mint from January 2 to January 6 inclusive, has been fixed by the Commonwealth Bank at £7/12/7 an ounce fine. ...

    Article : 53 words
  46. FAR WEST CHILDREN.

    Children from the far west, who are holidaying in Sydney, will be the guests of Sir Benjamin Fuller at the Mayfair Theatre to witness the performances of "Ghost Train," ...

    Article : 45 words
  47. SUBURBAN PICTURE THEATRES.

    Programmes of Suburban Picture Theatres will be found in the Amusement Section on page 2 each day. ...

    Article : 20 words
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