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  2. EAST SYDNEY.

    The declaration of the poll for the East Sydney by-election was made at the Paddington Town Hall by the returning officer (Mr. J. McGrath), who declared Alderman E. J. ...

    Article : 458 words
  3. THE KING'S SCHOOL.

    Six hundred old boys of The King's School, Parramatta, coming from widely scattered parts of the Commonwealth, and as far afield as New Zealand and Fiji, to join in the ...

    Article : 737 words
  4. TENNIS. McGrath Going Abroad

    The news will be received with gratification in tennis circles that V. B. McGrath, the brilliant Sydney schoolboy, will definitely go to Europe this year, even if he fails to gain ...

    Article : 200 words
  5. HEAVY STORM.

    The hailstorm that occurred at Murrurundi yesterday afternoor was the worst ever experienced in this district. Tremendous damage was done to business places and gardens. ...

    Article : 318 words
  6. SHANGHAI. FOUR-HOUR TRUCE.

    A four-hour truce was observed from 8 o'clock this morning. When fighting ceased, a band of 16 Roman Catholic sisters, headed by ...

    Article : 651 words
  7. TIN HARES. CAUCUS DISPUTE.

    A disagreement in the State caucus concerning a licence for mechanical hare coursing was referred to at the weekly meeting of the A.L.P. executive last night. ...

    Article : 163 words
  8. IRISH FREE STATE.

    Mr. de Valera has issued a manifesto to the electors of the Irish Free State. The first plank of his platform is the elimination of the oath of allegiance, which deputies and senators ...

    Article : 356 words
  9. BRITISH TARIFF.

    The text of the Impor' Duties Bill, which provides for a 10 per cent. Customs ad valorem duty on all imported goods, other than those exempted, has ...

    Article : 670 words
  10. SECRETARY'S PROTEST.

    The secretary of the Botany branch of the A.L.P. (Mr. C. Wall) yesterday protested against the Chief Secretary's refusal to grant a licence to the coursing club at Mascot. ...

    Article : 145 words
  11. AUSTRALIA v JAPAN.

    Advice has been received from Melbourne that Davis Cup trial matches will be held during the third test match between Australia and Japan on February l8, 19, and 20. ...

    Article : 174 words
  12. NEWSPAPERS

    It was resolved at a meeting of the A.L.P. executive last night to institute a boycott of certain newspapers, which were alleged to have distorted political news; and to declare "black" ...

    Article : 134 words
  13. MR. STEVENS'S COMMENTS.

    In the course of a speech at Cronulla last evening, Mr. B. S. Stevens, M.L.A., said that they would get some idea of the depths to which Labour politics in the State had sunk ...

    Article : 711 words
  14. DEFAULT.

    The Agent-General for New South Wales (Mr. A. C. Willis) has advised Mr. Lang that the consensus of opinion of the London Press, financiers and bondholders is that the ...

    Article : 80 words
  15. STUDENTS' STRIKE.

    Further evidence from members and past members of the staff of the Roseworthy Agricultural College was heard to-day at the inquiry by Mr. President Kelly, of the ...

    Article : 399 words
  16. BONDHOLDERS. FEDERAL ACTION.

    In the absence of an assurance by the Premier of New South Wales (Mr, Lang) that his Government would make any contribution to the discharge of the State's obligations ...

    Article : 240 words
  17. VIOLENT SCENES.

    A message from St. John's (Newfoundland) says that several hundred unemployed men, dissatisfied with the assurance of the Secretary of State that the Government was doing all ...

    Article : 129 words
  18. WORLD CARTEL.

    A statement that a world cartel of iron and steel pipe makers existed was made before the Tariff Board yesterday. Mr. John L. Cook, of Tulloch s Phoenix ...

    Article : 800 words
  19. MALTA.

    The Royal Commission which inquired into the political situation in Malta has presented its report, in which it recommends the restoration of the Constitution by holding an ...

    Article : 238 words
  20. ITALY'S PEOPLE.

    "A population of 40,000,000, which increases at the rate of 500,000 a year, makes the question of migration a very grave problem for Italy," said Admiral Maurizio Ghe, Italian ...

    Article : 162 words
  21. DISARMAMENT.

    Belgium and Russia, at the Disarmament Conference to-day, declared themselves in favour of a reduction of armaments. The Belgian Minister for Foreign Affairs ...

    Article : 268 words
  22. MR. LANG'S REQUEST.

    An extraordinary situation has arisen from the request of the Prime Minister (Mr. Lyons) that the New South Wales Government should make available £701,763 in partial discharge ...

    Article : 165 words
  23. FLYING-OFFICER KLEIN.

    Flying-Officer G. E. Klein, a young Western Australian, who has concluded his five years' short service commission with the Royal Air Force, in which he distinguished himself, has ...

    Article : 166 words
  24. STATE LABOUR.

    In a statement giving his reasons for resigning from the State Labour movement, Mr. Ralph R Swindell, who has filled a number of offices in the Ryde election, says that after ...

    Article : 273 words
  25. MOVING PICTURES.

    "There are fashions in pictures as in clothes and backstage, gangster, modern youth, and prisor films seem now to have given way to mistress themes and sex immorality drama." ...

    Article : 564 words
  26. LICENCE FOR MASCOT URGED.

    Dog owners, trainers, and supporters of greyhound racing at a meeting at Alexandria Town Hail last night unanimously carried a motion supporting the Australasian ...

    Article : 185 words
  27. OTTAWA CONFERENCE.

    The Canadian Department of External Affairs declares that the Argentine Republic desires to send representatives to attend the Ottawa Imperial Economic Conference. It ...

    Article : 69 words
  28. STATE LOTTERY.

    Mr. E. J McMahon (Taxation Commissioner) drew the first four marbles from the barrel for the 35th lottery at Her Majesty's Theatre yesterday. ...

    Article : 188 words
  29. REPARATIONS.

    Conversations upon reparations have been proceeding for some time between the British and French Governments, and it is probable that the Foreign Secretaiy (Sir John Simon) ...

    Article : 146 words
  30. MR. LYONS'S HOPES.

    The Prime Minister (Mr. Lyons) said this afternoon that he re-echoed the sentiments of the Canadian Prime Minister (Mr. Bennett) concerning the importance of the Economic ...

    Article : 80 words
  31. THE KING

    The King paid a surprise visit this afternoon to the nursing home in Park Lane, where the Prime Minister (Mr. Ramsay MacDonald) is recovering from the recent operation to his ...

    Article : 55 words
  32. EXCITING CHASE.

    Several shots were fired during an exciting chase in motor cars after five thieves at Cremorne, early yesterday morning. The chase ended when the fugitives' machine plunged ...

    Article : 286 words
  33. TRANSPORT.

    It is understood that New South Wales will be represented by the Chief Railway Commissioner (Mr. Cleary) and the chairman of the State Transport (Co-ordination) Board ...

    Article : 76 words
  34. FARMHOUSE TRAGEDY.

    Attracted by the neighing of a horse, neighbours entered a farmhouse near Agen, in the French department of the Garonne, and found the dead bodies of six members of the ...

    Article : 140 words
  35. FLOW OF CREDIT.

    The United States Government's plan for removing obstructions to the flow of credit sharply stimulated the financial markets today. Stocks came out of the recent slump ...

    Article : 97 words
  36. TREASURE HUNT

    The famous Arctic schooner, Sliver Wave, has been secured by the Vancouver Treasure Hunting Expedition to Cocos Island, in the Pacific. Sir Malcolm campbell is expected ...

    Article : 144 words
  37. RAILWAY MEN.

    A protest against the postal ban on "working class" literature was made by a meeting of representatives of all sections of the railwaymen employed at the Eveleigh workshops ...

    Article : 193 words
  38. GENEVA.

    "In my opinion nothing much can come out of the resolutions passed at the International Labour Conference at Geneva," said Mr. Albert Spencer, the New Zealand delegate ...

    Article : 130 words
  39. DEATH SENTENCE.

    A 19-year-old youth, Norman Robert Decke, was sentenced to death for the murder of Edwin John Blakeway, railway official, near Palmerston North, on the night of August ...

    Article : 112 words
  40. AUSTRALIAN WHEAT

    Shippers who have 250 tons of Australian wheat held in quarantine here, falling the receipt of the Australian Government's certificate that it is free from black rust, are seeking ...

    Article : 94 words
  41. FOREIGN CURRENCY.

    French bankers continue the repatriation of foreign balances, taking funds steadily from London: but the movement has had little effect on sterling. London balances of the Bank ...

    Article : 76 words
  42. GERMAN PRESIDENCY.

    A Berlin newspaper says that a movement is being launched at Bresiau, from which it is hoped to gather support throughout Germany, with the aid of the Steel Helmet organisation, ...

    Article : 49 words
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