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  2. WILD GALES

    The cyclonic disturbance which has been operating over the Tasman Sea for the last five days has caused some of the roughest weather known for many years. ...

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  3. CRICKET TOUR.

    The programme of the English cricket team's tour of Australia next season was submitted to England several months ago, but owing to the M.C.C.'s desire that the tour should end ...

    Article : 284 words
  4. REHABILITATION.

    A plea for co-operation by employers in secondary industries with the State Government in its effort to restore prosperity was made by the Assistant Treasurer (Mr. E. S. ...

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  5. NEW STATES.

    Opposition to the "New States" proposals was expressed to-day by Dr. F. Watson, formerly editor of the Historical Records of Australia. ...

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  6. STATE FINANCES.

    The returns of State revenue and expenditure for the financial year ended June 30 last, made available yesterday, disclose a deficit of £ 13,570,396. ...

    Article : 497 words
  7. IRISH MINISTERS.

    The Governor-General of the Irish Free State (Mr. James McNeill) has released remarkable correspondence between himself and the de Valera Government, protesting against ...

    Article : 289 words
  8. REMEDIES

    The general manager of the Bank of New South Wales (Mr. A. C. Davidson), in an address to the Sydney University Public Questions Society yesterday, suggested five factors ...

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  9. LAUSANNE.

    Mr. Ramsay MacDonald was given a most enthusiastic welcome when he returned from Lausanne to London. Driving to Buckingham Palace, he was ...

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  10. NEW SOUTH WALES BENEFITS.

    The revised itinerary of the English team's tour has not yet been before the New South Wales Cricket Association; but this State's delegates to the Board of Control have ...

    Article : 219 words
  11. REPUBLICAN ARMY.

    The Army Council of the Irish Republican Army has addressed the Orange Order asking It to join the movement to achieve national freedom, and adding: "We will guarantee full ...

    Article : 74 words
  12. LAWN TENNIS.

    The Australian tennis players were beaten in Paris by eight matches to five. Cochet was cheered in his first set with Hopman, and the crowd saw delightful tennis, ...

    Article : 583 words
  13. SELECTION OF TEAM.

    A long stretch of fine weather and hard wickets have produced heavy county scoring, which, while providing candidates for the Australian tour with a foretaste of Australian ...

    Article : 275 words
  14. COCKATOO DOCKYARD.

    Introducing a deputation which asked the Acting Minister for Customs (Mr. Perkins) that steps should be taken to restore Cockatoo island dockyard to its former activity, Mr. ...

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  15. METHODS OF SUBDIVISION

    Speaking at Newcastle, the Minister for Education (Mr. Drummond) said that the creation of new States might be achieved by two methods. The first was a general ...

    Article : 112 words
  16. TWO PEOPLE DEAD.

    Albert Victor Graham, aged 46 years, a consulting optician, was found shot dead in a house at North-parade, Auburn, yesterday morning. ...

    Article : 300 words
  17. GERMAN AIRMEN

    Captain Hans Bertram expressed his gratitude to the people of Australia and his thankfulness to God, when he was officially welcomed to Australia for the first time by the ...

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  18. STEAMER CASINO.

    Despite a search, which was maintained with difficulty all last night, and which is being continued, no more of the bodies of the victims of the Casino disaster have been ...

    Article : 468 words
  19. MR. LYONS' STATEMENT.

    The Prime Minister (Mr. Lyons) to-day issued the following statement:—"The news of the conclusion of an agreement at Lausanne will, I believe, be heartily welcomed by the ...

    Article : 266 words
  20. DAVIS CUP MATCHES.

    Contrary to expectations, Britain was eliminated in the Davis Cup semi-finals, played at Berlin, in the European zone. Drawn against Germany, the British team suffered ...

    Article : 293 words
  21. BRUTAL ATTACK

    Mrs. Fanny Eliza Conlon, 76, of Richmond Terrace, Richmond, was brutally attacked by a young man in her home this afternoon. Motives of robbery, it is believed, prompted ...

    Article : 150 words
  22. STATE LOTTERY.

    Before the drawing of the second anniversary State lottery yesterday the director (Mr Whiddon) said that fiom the drawing of the first lottery to June 30 1932, the public had ...

    Article : 274 words
  23. SIR HUBERT WILKINS.

    Mr. J. R. Janson, an engineer on the American motorship Sawokla, which arrived here to-day, described the attempt of Sir Hubert Wilkins to reach the North Pole in the ...

    Article : 293 words
  24. ILLUMINATED ADDRESS.

    The illuminated address prepaied at a cost of £22/1/ for presentation to the leader of the Opposition (Mr. J. T. Lang) by the Newcastle division of the Trades Union Ex-Service ...

    Article : 182 words
  25. CONVERSION.

    The remarkable progress which has been made with the conversion of the 5 per cent war loan was described by the Chancellor of the Exchequer (Mr Neville Chamberlain) ...

    Article : 149 words
  26. STRANGE GIFT TO MUSEUM.

    The Otago Early Settlers' Museum received an unusual gift from one of the daughters of Mr. James C. W. Gilmore, who died near Dunedin last week, at the age of 94. The gift ...

    Article : 126 words
  27. BEDOUINS' RAID.

    A message from Jerusalem states that Bedouins suddenly swooped down on a camp of woikcrs employed on the pipeline conveying oil from the Mesopotamlan fields to the ...

    Article : 53 words
  28. POLICE RUSE

    An unusual method of raiding an opium den wa3 adopted by police who, rightly suspecting that the ordinary entrances were barricaded, entered by a skylight and cut a hole in a ...

    Article : 59 words
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