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  2. TRAGEDY

    Terribly mutilated as a result of gunshot wounds, James Oswald Smith, 20, and Richard Leonard Dalton David Bond, 40, both single men, were discovered dead last ...

    Article : 567 words
  3. WILD SCENES.

    Constables Pedler and Casey, of the Paddington police, were attacked by about 50 young men on Saturday afternoon, when they attempted to quell a riot at Hampden Oval ...

    Article : 504 words
  4. THE BANKS.

    The New South Wales branch of the Federal Labour party has adopted a new policy for the nationalisation of banking. The scheme provides for the compulsory acquisition of all ...

    Article : 227 words
  5. BASIC WAGE.

    It is unlikely that reductions of wages in accordance with the new basic wage will be made before September 9. Although the Industrial Arbitration Act ...

    Article : 406 words
  6. POLAR SECRETS.

    The Australian explorer, Sir Hubert Wilkins, plans to make further polar explorations by aeroplane and submarine. In a special interview Sir Hubert Wilkins ...

    Article : 1,009 words
  7. UNITED STATES.

    The Washington correspondent of the "New York Times" says:—Spurred by President Hoover's declaration of his conviction that "the major financial crisis" has been ...

    Article : 274 words
  8. OTTAWA CONFERENCE.

    Heavy work is ahead of the British and dominion Governments in implementing the various agreements reached at Ottawa. Some of the necessary steps will probably involve fresh legislation when the House of Commons reassembles on October 27. The British Cabinet discussed ...

    Article : 180 words
  9. WOMEN TEACHERS.

    It was in a somewhat militant mood that married women teachers met in strong force on Saturday as members of the United Associations, to protest against the reported ...

    Article : 615 words
  10. GERMAN FINANCE.

    There is lively speculation in Berlin about the Cabinet's economic salvation plan, which the Chancellor (Herr von Papen) will explain in a speech on Sunday. ...

    Article : 415 words
  11. LEADER'S SPEECH.

    "Ottawa more than fulfilled our hopes," declared the leader of the British delegation (Mr. Stanley Baldwin) in a broadcast speech. "The agreements will help the dominions ...

    Article : 1,286 words
  12. NO INCREASE OF WAGES TAX.

    The State Cabinet does not propose to increase the wages tax of 1/ in the £ for unemployment relief. This announcement was made by the Assistant Treasurer (Mr. ...

    Article : 103 words
  13. WAR SERVICE HOMES.

    The poignant sufferings of many purchasers of war service homes are pictured in the report of the committee appointed by the Federal Government, which will be laid upon the ...

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  14. THRILLING RUGBY.

    The Rugby union premiership final between Drummoyne and Northern Suburbs at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Saturday was one of the most thrilling struggles seen in a club ...

    Article : 403 words
  15. STATE LOTTERY.

    The Minister for Health and Works (Mr. Weaver), speaking at a function at Crow's Nest on Saturday, said that every penny produced by the State lottery would go to the hospitals. ...

    Article : 309 words
  16. TEST CRICKET.

    "As the Australians have been so frank concerning C. V. Grimmett's discovery of a new type of delivery, we think it is only right to inform them of T. B. Mitchell's masterprece," ...

    Article : 388 words
  17. MESSRS. BRUCE AND GULLETT

    The Australian delegates to the Ottawa Conference, Mr. S. M. Bruce and Mr. H. S. Gullett, have arrived in New York from Washington. ...

    Article : 186 words
  18. LAKE GEORGE.

    The Kangaroo Club, Canberra has invited Mr. Norman Smith to make a survey of Lake George with a view to making an attempt on Sir Malcolm Campbell's speed record of ...

    Article : 180 words
  19. TRANSPORT.

    The Minister for the Interior (Mr. Parkhill) announced on Saturday that it was proposed to re-form the Federal Transport Council and to bring the subject of transport before the ...

    Article : 489 words
  20. MR. COATES PLEASED.

    "We are well entitled to look with real satisfaction upon the results of the Ottawa Conference, and I return to New Zealand with the sincere conviction that our hopes ...

    Article : 133 words
  21. CHURCH FUNDS.

    Funds of 1,250 000 dollars of the Church of England diocese of Rupertsland and of St. John's College (Winnipeg) have been seriously depleted, it was disclosed on Saturday by heads ...

    Article : 168 words
  22. SUMMER AND WINTER.

    Sydney experienced two seasons at the weekend. Warm summer conditions prevailed on Saturday, and the temperature [?]eached 80 degrees early in the afternoon, coming within ...

    Article : 351 words
  23. FEDERAL BUDGET

    A hint that the Federal Country party might be mollified when the Budget was presented to the Federal Parliament on Thursday was given by the Federal Attorney-General ...

    Article : 126 words
  24. CHARLES CHAPLIN'S SONS.

    Mr. Charles Chaplin, the cinema actor, appeared in the Superior Court to-day, and asked that his divorced wife, Lita Grey Chaplin, be restrained from ...

    Article : 198 words
  25. COTTON INDUSTRY.

    As a result of a breakdown in the negotiations at Manchester, a general stilke in the manufacturing section of the cotton industiy will begin on Aubust 29. affecting 200,000 ...

    Article : 142 words
  26. AUSTRALIAN CRICKETERS.

    The Australian cricket team (144 for two wickets) defeated Hollywood cricket club (114 for l8 wickets) Scorers V. Y. Richaidson 42 S. J. Mccabe, 26, D. G. Bradman, 52 ...

    Article : 107 words
  27. AUSTRALIAN GOLD

    The Federal Reserve Bank announced that 1,799,000 dollars worth of gold arrived at San Francisco from Austialia to-day. (A number of shipments of newly-won ...

    Article : 82 words
  28. TENNIS PLAYER'S DEATH.

    Walter Scott Maclean, 33, of Ramsgateavenue, Bondi, collapsed and died yesterday afternoon while engaged in a game of tennis at the indoor courte at the Royal ...

    Article : 139 words
  29. EMPIRE WINES.

    In accordance with the recommendations of the Imperial Economic Committee favouring individualistic names for Empire wines. Burgoyne's will henceforward adopt the word ...

    Article : 116 words
  30. AUSTRALIAN SUGAR.

    The first cargo of Australian sugar has arrived at Halifax (Nova Scotia) in the motorship Austialind. Parton of the cargo totalling 2500 tons, was unloaded at St. John, and 5OOO ...

    Article : 100 words
  31. GENERAL SANJURGO

    A report from Madrid says that General Sanjuigo who was sentenced to life imprisonment for his part in the recent revolt, was stcietly conveyed to Santander penal ...

    Article : 78 words
  32. RADIO EXHIBITION.

    The radio exhibition at Olympia was visited this morning by the Postmaster-General (Sir Kingsley Wood), who inspected the apparatus staged by the Post Office to assist ...

    Article : 70 words
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