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  2. PAYMENTS TO MR. GOODE.

    Evidence was given yesterday to Judge Thomson, who is sitting as a Royal Commission to inquiries into the conduct of Mr. Charles Joachim Goode (Chief Transport Commissioner) when he was in the employ of the Railway Department, that sums of five guineas and £5 a week had ...

    Article : 276 words
  3. FIERCE GALES.

    Fierce westerly gales caused considerable damage at a number of places on the South Coast yesterday. Gales were experienced over a wide area, covering Tasmania, Victoria, and ...

    Article : 762 words
  4. THE POWERS.

    Important conversations were continued to-day between the delegates to the Reparations and Disarmament Conferences at Lausanne and Geneva. ...

    Article : 702 words
  5. BRITISH TRADE.

    The Lord President of the Council (Mr. Baldwin), surveying Britain's economic position during the debate on the motion of censure in the House of Commons, said that the ...

    Article : 479 words
  6. THE PREMIERS.

    Budgetary proposals, works programmes, and unemployment relief plans for tile next financial year will be discussed by the Premiers of all the States at the conference convened by ...

    Article : 588 words
  7. £12,000,000 STATE DEFICIT.

    The Premier (Mr. Stevens), in the Legislative Assembly last night, made a general survey of the State's financial situation. He estimated the deficit for the current financial year ending June 30 at approximately £12,000,000. ...

    Article : 146 words
  8. PREMIER'S SPEECH.

    Mr. Stevens said that the position at the change of Government was that on May 14 the consolidated revenue fund was overdrawn by £14,512,700; the general loan ...

    Article : 1,478 words
  9. "PREFERENCE TO CONTRACTORS."

    When the hearing was resumed yesterday, Herbert Alexander Fairweather said he had carted wool in one of the Railway Department's Leyland lorries since 1926. In that ...

    Article : 4,372 words
  10. THE EUCHARISTIC CONGRESS.

    The representative of the Australian Press Association in Dublin says that the principal event on the second day of the Eucharistie Congress celebrations was the Pontifical High ...

    Article : 896 words
  11. MONUMENT TO ANZAC.

    By a decision given in Equity yesterday a testamentary bequest by a mother for the erection of a monument in Northern Suburbs Cemetery to the memory of her only son, an ...

    Article : 430 words
  12. PATRIOTIC HELP

    Further amounts totalling £108/2/ have been received by the Premier (Mr. Stevens) towards the relief of the State finances. The contributions were from ladies residing in ...

    Article : 126 words
  13. CENSURE MOTION

    A Labour censure motion in the House of Commons was defeated by 446 votes to 47. Opposition speakers based their vote of csnsure on the continuance of the high rate ...

    Article : 128 words
  14. ALLEGED "RING"

    Allegations that organised restrictions were being placed on the marketing, of sheet glass to maintain high prices were made before the Tariff Board to-day by an Australian ...

    Article : 255 words
  15. MAIL CAR

    The car which takes mail from Kempsey to Smithtown and along the Macleay River met with disaster this morning, when it plunged into the river from the Smithtown ferry, and ...

    Article : 144 words
  16. SOLICITOR CHARGED.

    Pinkston Hamilton Blackwood, 33, a solicitor of the Supreme Court of New South Wales, was charged at the Central Police Court yesterday that, about November 27, 1931, ...

    Article : 312 words
  17. USING THREATS.

    Mr. Ben Shashoua, a native of Irak, who married Miss Joan Norton, of Sydney, was a complainant at Marlborough-street Police Court, summoning Claude Watts, London ...

    Article : 153 words
  18. SUSPICIOUS FIRE

    Police are investigating a fire which took place in a cottage at Rozelle last night. They believe that a deliberate attempt was made to destroy the dwelling in the absence of the ...

    Article : 182 words
  19. MAN'S DISMISSAL

    A mass meeting of employees at the Eveleigh workshops yesterday carded a resolution demanding that a certain employee who had given a statement to the "Sydney Morning ...

    Article : 104 words
  20. WEIGHT OF FLEECE.

    The average weight of wool from a New South Wales sheep has increased in 50 years from 5.4lb to 8.9lb. This fact was revealed by the Minister for ...

    Article : 221 words
  21. GERMANY.

    The correspondent of the "Daily Herald" at Amsterdam says that a sensation was caused by the unexpected arrival of the ex-Crown Prince at Zandvoort, a Dutch seaside resort, ...

    Article : 174 words
  22. ENGLISH FOOTBALLERS.

    Mr. F. Hutchins, team-manager of the English Rugby League team, spent his 55th birthday to-day in the Stewait's Creek Gaol—as visitor with his team and a party of Rugby ...

    Article : 140 words
  23. MURDER CHARGE

    On June 12, Harold George Russell, aged 3 years, and Eric Russell, aged 2[?] years, were found drowned in the Sunshine swimming pool. Their mother's body was recovered from the ...

    Article : 96 words
  24. THE DOLE.

    There are now 8000 fewer persons receiving the dole in tht State than at the corresponding period lost month. These figures do not include the men who ...

    Article : 72 words
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