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  2. GO SLOW.

    Judge Beeby is hearing evidence in the Arbitration Court in the claims and counter-claims in respect to wages for members of the Waterside Workers' Federation. ...

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  3. DEFAULT BILL Defended by Mr. Latham.

    The Financial Agreement Enforcement Bill, which enables the r Commonwealth Government to collect State taxation in satisfaction of State debts to the Commonwealth, was further debated in the House of Representatives yesterday. ...

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  4. INSURANCE

    In the Senate to-day the Insurance Bill, mention of which was made in the Governor-General's Speech, was introduced by the Vice-President of the ...

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  5. IRISH FREE STATE.

    Further returns of the polling at the general elections in the Irish Free State give the state of parties as follows:— Government.................. 37 ...

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  6. EXODUS

    During the past few months it has been observed that a considerable number of people are moving from New South Wales to Victoria. It is stated that, during a recent week-end, ...

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  7. BIG BATTLE IMMINENT. Japanese Ultimatum Rejected.

    The Chinese have rejected the Japanese ultimatum demanding their withdrawal 20 kilometres beyond the boundaries of the International Settlement at Shanghai. Intensive preparations for a large-scale engagement proceeded ...

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  8. MR. CAMPBELL.

    The Chief Secretary (Mr. Gosling) said yesterday that he had received the following report from the Acting Metropolitan Superintendent of Police (Mr. Irving) concerning the ...

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  9. INTEREST BURDEN.

    The question of negotiating with oversea bondholders was again raised in the House of Representatives to-day when Mr. Holloway (Vic.) asked the following question, of which ...

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  10. PREPARING FOR BATTLE.

    All day the streets in the northern districts of the Settlement have resounded to the noise of marching men and the rumble of gun carriages as the Japanese moved into positions ...

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  11. MR. STEVENS' COMMENT.

    The deputy leader of the State Opposition (Mr. Stevens) said yesterday that Mr. Lang must either adopt rational financial methods or have the power for harm taken out of his ...

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  12. MR. LATHAM'S SPEECH.

    The provisions of the Financial Agreement Enforcement Bill were explained further by the Attorney-General (Mr. Latham) in the House of Representatives to-day. ...

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  13. DISARMAMENT.

    At the Disarmament Conference the High Commissioner for Australia (Sir Granville Ryrie) said that Australia was willing to co-operate in a practicable scheme of ...

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  14. JAPAN'S PLANS.

    The Government is pessimistic regarding the Chinese reply to the ultimatum, and fears that action is inevitable to drive out the Chinese 19th Army. Officials state that ...

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  15. SOUTH AFRICANS.

    The South African cricketers left Sydney yesterday by the Maunganui for their tour of New Zealand. They will return to Sydney on March 12, and then leave for Perth, where ...

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  16. CHINA'S APPEAL

    A committee of jurists at Geneva to whom the League Council referred the legal objections raised by Japan concerning China's application for a convocation of the League ...

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  17. STATEMENT IN COMMONS.

    The acute interest with which the House of Commons is watching events in the Far East was shown again to-day when the Foreign Secretary (Sir John Simon) gave members ...

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  18. LOWER BANK RATE.

    The reduction of the bank rate to-day from 6 to 5 per cent is hailed with widespread satisfaction, and has had a stimulating effect in the City and on the Stock Exchange. It was ...

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  19. BRIDGE FARES

    The full adult railway fares over the Harbour Bridge between Waverton, North Sydney, or Milson's Point, and Wynyard stations were gazetted yesterday. They will be as follows:— ...

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  20. BOY'S LONG RIDE.

    Lennie Gwyther, aged nine years, the Victorian lad, who is riding a pony from Leongatha (Victoria) to Sydney for the opening of the Harbour Bridge, arrived at Bombala at ...

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  21. ANXIETY IN U.S.A.

    The chairman of the Naval Committee (Mr. Carl Vinson) told the House of Representatives to-day that the situation in the Far East was becoming more alarming. He urged that ...

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  22. UNEMPLOYED.

    A statement issued on behalf of the local unemployed campers, indicates that the refusal of the police and the Irrigation Commission to carry out the agreement made with the shire ...

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  23. MR. LATHAM'S STATEMENT.

    In the House of Representatives to-day Mr. Beasley (N.S.W.) directed the attention of the Minister for External Affairs (Mr. Latham) to an assertion made in the House of Commons ...

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  24. SPANISH PRINCESSES

    The Paris representative of the British United Press says that the recovery of the Infanta Eulalie's trunk of jewels, valued at £200,000, which was sent to Madrid in 1918 ...

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  25. MILK PRICES.

    The Minister for Health (Mr. Ely) announced yesterday that the Milk Board would make its first prices declaration next week. He added that the Government was ...

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  26. TIN HARES.

    When the State Parilament meets next week, it is probable the Opposition will urge the Government to appoint a Royal Commission to investigate the granting of licences for ...

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  27. NINE EXILES

    Nine men, reported to be Portuguese exiles, were picked up this morning by the schooner Jewasunye, while they were drifting in midsea in a lifeboat in which they had escaped ...

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  28. FOURTH PYRAMID.

    A message from Ca[?]ro states that Professor Selim Hassan has discovered the foundation of a fourth pyramid at Gizeh, near the great Pyramid of Cheops. The pyramid probably ...

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  29. PUBLIC SERVICE VIEW.

    "Paralysing," said Mr. W. A. Flynn, S.M., president of the Public Service Association of New South Wales, when expressing his view of the Commonwealth proposal, as outlined in ...

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  30. FLOATING OBJECT.

    A floating object resembling a mine has been reported by some fishermen in the vicinity of Ellison's Reef, off North Barnard Island, near Mourilyan, in the track of shipping. ...

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  31. RUSH OF GOLD.

    Bullion buyers in London are finding it difficult to deal with the crowds who wish to dispose of sovereigns at the enhanced rate. They are also attending to heavy purchases ...

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  32. LATE MRS. JESSIE FRASER.

    Mrs. Jessie Fraser, of Woollahra, left British Property valued at £ 13,744. [Mrs. Jessie Fraser was the widow of Dr. Ewan Richard Fraser, the distinguished ...

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  33. BUSHFIRE

    Suspicions that bushfires in the district have been started intentionally were confirmed to-night by a discovery made at Spring Valley, Marengo, after a night fire had destroyed ...

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  34. LONDON LOAN

    Additional details of the plans for the repayment of £1,140,000 due by the Board of Works in London on April 1 were announced to-night. ...

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  35. EX-KING OF SAXONY.

    The death is announced of ex-King Friedrich August of Saxony. [The ex-King, who was born at Dresden on May 25, 1865, succeeded to the throne on the ...

    Article : 71 words
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