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  2. UNLAWFUL BODIES.

    The bill to amend the Crimes Act in order to provide power to deal with unlawful associations was passed by the House of Representatives this morning. The bill to amend ...

    Article : 334 words
  3. SIR PHILIP STREET.

    Apropos of the discussion concerning the attitude of the Lang party to the gubernatorial office, it is interesting to recall the rather unusual circumstances of the ...

    Article : 160 words
  4. FLIGHT OF INDUSTRY From New South Wales

    Investigations made by the "Herald" special commissioner shows that New South Wales, the wealthiest of the States, the richest in natural resources, suffered during the Lang administration the greatest economic and financial losses in its history. ...

    Article : 231 words
  5. WORLD CRISIS. HOW BRITAIN IS PLACED.

    Britain, in common with the rest of the world, is approaching the climax of the trade depression and it would be impossible to exaggerate the gravity of ...

    Article : 933 words
  6. DISARMAMENT.

    A Geneva message says that Professor Einstein, after attending the Disarmament Conference, said: "Europe needs a Gandhi." The conference, he proceeded, needed the ...

    Article : 188 words
  7. BRANDING GOODS.

    The Minister for Labour (Mr. Dunningham) has decided to obtain legal opinion whether the Branding of Goods Act passed by the Lang Government is unconstitutional. In the ...

    Article : 331 words
  8. UNITED STATES.

    Anti-prohibitionists suffered another defeat in Congress to-day, when the House, by 228 votes to 169, defeated the bill to legalise the manufacture of beer containing 2.75 per cent, ...

    Article : 263 words
  9. BUILDING.

    While the scheme to rehabilitate the building and allied industries proposed by the Master Builders' Association and the Institute of Architects awaits Government approval, it ...

    Article : 377 words
  10. PRINCE GEORGE.

    The "Daily Express" understands that the King has decided to confer on Prince George the title of Duke of Edinburgh. The title, it is stated, will probably be ...

    Article : 84 words
  11. MRS. PUTNAM.

    Mrs. Amelia Earhart Putnam, the Atlantic air-woman, to-day received an enthusiastic reception when she attended the luncheon which the Institute of Journalists had ...

    Article : 151 words
  12. VOLCANIC ASH

    The Meteorological Director (Dr. Kidson) stated to-day that the presence in the upper air of volcanic ash from the recent Chilean eruptions was responsible for the unusually ...

    Article : 81 words
  13. INDIA.

    The situation in Bombay following the grave communal riots of the past fortnight, has greatly improved and is so well in hand that all the auxiliary forces have been ...

    Article : 244 words
  14. LOSSES SPECIFIED.

    In recent months, shares have been rapidly transferred from the Sydney to Melbourne register. Bank deposits, both fixed and current account, decreased in ...

    Article : 634 words
  15. £10,000 MORE.

    The Premier (Mr. Stevens) will immediately make available a grant of £10,000 for distribution among the friendly societies of the State. The subsidy to the societies had been ...

    Article : 264 words
  16. RAILWAY CONTRACTS.

    Owing to preference to unionists and other employment conditions being imposed by the Lang Government on tenderers for sawn hard-wood contracts for the Transport Commission, ...

    Article : 274 words
  17. FRENCH POLITICS.

    A message from Paris says that M. Herriot, the probable new Premier of France, and M. Tardieu, whose Government was defeated at the recent election, will meet this afternoon ...

    Article : 199 words
  18. REVOLUTIONARIES

    The Minister for Health and Works (Mr. Weaver), speaking at Lindfield last night, said that it was the highest patriotic duty of everyone to check the advance of those ...

    Article : 281 words
  19. BOMBING OF LINER.

    The police criminal alien squad have arrested a man, whom they describe as Frederick Joubert Duquesne, aged 52, a widely-known anti-British adventurer. He is ...

    Article : 234 words
  20. EMPLOYMENT PLANS

    Proposals for the immediate expenditure of £80,000 of the £600,000 to be made available for the relief of unemployment in New South Wales have been submitted to the Prime ...

    Article : 175 words
  21. MINE EXPLOSION.

    Five coal miners were killed by an explosion in the Shining Gutter mine, near Bakewell, Derbyshire. Three members of the rescue party, ...

    Article : 48 words
  22. CYCLING RECORDS.

    H. Opperman, the great Australian cyclist, who set out at three minutes past nine o'clock last night at the Motordrome track to break the world's outdoor motor-paced record for ...

    Article : 333 words
  23. WOMAN POISONS MOTHER

    A message from Copenhagen says that the daughter of Baroness von Dueben, charged with having administered poison to her mother at her request, because she believed that she ...

    Article : 170 words
  24. WOMEN'S APPEAL.

    Under the heading, "Wanted, a Women's Legion against the Lang Plot," the following appeal is addressed to the women of New South Wales by the women officers and ...

    Article : 619 words
  25. GOVERNMENT POLICY.

    In the Masonic Hall, Croydon, to-night the Premier (Mr. Stevens) will deliver the joint policy speech of the Government representing both the United Australia party and the ...

    Article : 173 words
  26. BUST OF MR. LANG

    The tedium of proceedings in the Senate was temporarily relieved this afternoon when Senator Dunn (N.S.W.) entered the Chamber carrying a curiously shaped brown paper ...

    Article : 278 words
  27. MR. TOM SKEYHILL

    A message from Hyannis (Massachusetts) says that Mr. Tom Skeyhill, the Australian lecturer and author, has died as the result of injuries received in a forced landing ...

    Article : 129 words
  28. OTTAWA CONFERENCE.

    When the Finance Bill was being considered in committee in the House of Commons Mr. D. R. Grenfell (Lab.) moved an amendment that no tariff advisory committee older should ...

    Article : 328 words
  29. PARTY PROPAGANDA

    The Minister for Health (Mr. Weaver) has taken steps to prevent the circulation of political propaganda in the State institutions, including the following:—The State hospitals ...

    Article : 449 words
  30. LATE LORD INCHCAPE.

    Lord Inchcape, whose death occurred to-day, was convalescing after a recent severe illness, but succumbed from sudden heart failure. His heir, Lord Glenapp, ...

    Article : 129 words
  31. U.C.P. CAMPAIGN.

    All Country party candidates, comprising 28 straight-out U.C.P. men and two Unity candidates, (the latter contesting Bathurst and Mudgee) have been endorsed. ...

    Article : 378 words
  32. AVIATION.

    The German flying boat, Dornier Do.X arrived at Southampton Water to-night, and flew over the port before alighting on the water off Calshot. ...

    Article : 123 words
  33. FREE LOAN

    Further practical evidence of the patriotic desire of the people to help the Government in its rehabilitation policy has been received by the Premier (Mr. Stevens). ...

    Article : 312 words
  34. LADY GREGORY DEAD.

    The death is announced of Lady Gregory, a director of the Abbey Theatre, Dublin, at the age of 80 years. [Lady Gregory, who was the wife of Sir ...

    Article : 101 words
  35. WOOLLEN MILL.

    The manager of the Albury Woollen Mills (Mr. Booth) said to-day that, immediately the Lang Government had been dismissed, instructions had been issued by Amalgamated ...

    Article : 139 words
  36. RUSSIAN WHEAT.

    A message from Moscow says that simultaneously with the disclosure that grain sowings, especially in the Ukraine, are seriously behind, the Soviet Dictator (M. Stalin) has ...

    Article : 104 words
  37. NANGA PARBAT.

    An expedition led by Herr Wilhelm Melki, with seven Bavarian mountaineers and two members of the American Mountaineering Club, including Miss Elizabeth Knowiton, left ...

    Article : 105 words
  38. LONDON WOOL SALES.

    The wool sales opened to-day, and prices were easier. Prices for merinos ranged from par to 5 per cent. below those at the last sales, and the prices of crossbreds were 10 per cent. ...

    Article : 41 words
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