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  2. NATIONAL PARK

    The proprietress of a kiosk at Tom Ugly's Point yesterday identified, in the Coroner's Court, Eric Roland Craig, 25, as the companion of Elizabeth Isabel O'Connor, 16, on ...

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  3. STORMS. DAMAGE IN NORTH.

    Some of the last lingering effects of the recent disturbance were felt on Sunday night in northern parts of New South Wales. Floods occurred at Kyogle, Casino, and Inverell. ...

    Article : 430 words
  4. THE PREMIER.

    The Premier (Mr. Stevens) yesterday denounced the policy enunciated by the leader of the Opposition (Mr. Lang) at the A.L.P. conference at Goulburn. ...

    Article : 1,365 words
  5. WHARF WORK.

    The Commonwealth Government has made a regulation under the Transport Workers Act overriding any State regulation referring to unlimited admission to pick-up places, the ...

    Article : 803 words
  6. FRENCH POLITICS.

    A message from Paris says that M. Daladier, who is a schoolmaster, will endeavour to form a Cabinet. He proposes to seek the participation of the Socialists, but if they decline he ...

    Article : 317 words
  7. BOARD MEETS In Camera

    The special meeting of the Board of Control called to consider the reply of the Marylebone Cricket Club to the board's cable of protest concerning "body line" bowling was held ...

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  8. SURF TRAGEDY.

    One child is dead and three people are missing and believed to be drowned as the result of a tragic occurrence at Pt. Noarlunga this ...

    Article : 321 words
  9. GERMANY. Nazi Leader

    Herr Hitler (the Nazi leader) has been appointed Chancellor of Germany. Herr von Papen is Vice-Chancellor and Reich Commissioner for Prussia. ...

    Article : 560 words
  10. STRANGE SENTENCE.

    An extraordinary decision was given by the High Court of Hyderabad State in a case sent for confirmation. Eight men were convicted of the murder of a lawyer, of ...

    Article : 138 words
  11. A.L.P. EXPULSION.

    When the annual conference of the Victorian Labour party was resumed to-day a lively debate occurred on the proposal for the readmittance to membership of Mr. H. ...

    Article : 288 words
  12. RIVERS RISE IN QUEENSLAND.

    Further torrential rains have fallen in the central west. On Sunday night, at Springsure, where a house was unroofed by wind, 253 points fell in half an hour. Falls throughout ...

    Article : 209 words
  13. RELIEF WORKS.

    The chairman of the Unemployment Relief Council (Mr. Dunningham) said yesterday that the council had provided funds to the amount of £225,000 to cover additional works. ...

    Article : 173 words
  14. N.Z. EXCHANGE.

    Because of an unprecedented demand for transfers of money from Australia, the banks have restricted their dealings in New Zealand exchange. ...

    Article : 298 words
  15. SYDNEY THEATRES.

    It is confidently expected that the negotiations for the conversion of Her Majesty's Theatre building to commercial purposes will shortly be completed. ...

    Article : 407 words
  16. WAR DEBTS.

    Following a four-hours private conference at Warm Springs with the President-elect (Mr. Roosevelt) on the war debts situation, the British Ambassador (Sir Ronald Lindsay) ...

    Article : 228 words
  17. SPIDER MITES.

    The plague of spider mites, which are so small that they are almost invisible, has robbed gardening in many of the western suburbs of much of its pleasure. The insect is ...

    Article : 446 words
  18. FOURTH TEST MATCH.

    The Australian selectors have made arrangements to choose to-night the team to play in the fourth test match beginning at Brisbane next Friday week. It is expected that the ...

    Article : 386 words
  19. CABLE RECEIVED.

    The M.C.C. has received the Board of Control's cable, which will be acknowledged in due course. But in view of the statement that the terms of the board's reply are unlikely to ...

    Article : 71 words
  20. LOAN COUNCIL.

    Some of the States have not expended fully the money they have available for loan work programmes, and it is likely that all the remaining £6,000,000 or £7,000,000 of the ...

    Article : 396 words
  21. ARGENTINE MISSION

    The mission from the Argentine, which will return the Prince of Wales visit, has arrived at Lisbon, en route to England. The mission, which is headed by the Vice-President (Dr. ...

    Article : 91 words
  22. F.A.Q. WHEAT.

    The f.a.q. standard for the New South Wales wheat crop of 1932-33 was fixed at 61¾lb to the Imperial bushel, at a meeting of the grain trade section of the Chamber of Commerce ...

    Article : 415 words
  23. RUGBY UNION.

    A former New South Wales representative, Dr. W. F. Matthews, has been appointed manager of the Australian Rugby Union football team to tour South Africa. The team ...

    Article : 259 words
  24. VOCAL WARNINGS.

    The manager of a South Wales coal mine, after hearing a wireless broadcast S.O.S., became convinced that warnings were more effective when received through the ear than ...

    Article : 109 words
  25. AIR MAILS

    The establishment of an inter-island airmail passenger and freight service is the ambitious project of Fiji Airways, Ltd., a new Australian company. ...

    Article : 171 words
  26. HOUSE ROBBERIES.

    Yesterday afternoon Detectives Richards and Keating were in a tram travelling towards Rose Bay when they noticed a man leap on to it Richards remembered the man's face. He ...

    Article : 194 words
  27. FRANCE AND CANADA.

    It is understood that the draft of the new trade treaty between France and Canada is fair and equitable. The agreement bears no trace of the bargaining spirit, and it is quite ...

    Article : 115 words
  28. WATER BOARD LOAN.

    Applications for the 4½ per cent loan of the Water and Sewerage Board which closed on Saturday, exceeded £750,000. The board went on the market for £1,000,000, and fixed ...

    Article : 105 words
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