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  2. AUDIT0R-GENERAL

    Further reductions in pensions, the cessation of doles as soon as possible, subsidising of maternity hospitals instead of the payment of maternity allowances, reduction of the ...

    Article : 1,396 words
  3. COUNTRY NEWS. RAILWAY REVENUE INCREASED.

    The railway revenue during January showed an increase compared with the corresponding month last year. Revenue from all sour[?] was £1575, as against £717 last year, ...

    Article : 92 words
  4. JAPANESE FREIGHTER.

    The position of the stranded Japanese freighter Hayo Maru appears to be worse. At noon to-day, buffeted by heavy seas, she Dumped seriously, and a hole was made in ...

    Article : 118 words
  5. BRITISH TARIFF. Debate in Commons.

    In the House of Commons, the Financial Secretary to the Treasury (Mr. W. E. Elliott), in moving a resolution to meet the cost of the Customs Duties Advisory Committee and staff, ...

    Article : 379 words
  6. LAWN TENNIS.

    When the second day's play in the third and final test match between Australia and Japan, commenced at the Lawn Tennis Ground, Rushcutter Bay, yesterday, Australia ...

    Article : 1,601 words
  7. AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRIES.

    Mr. R. S. Harden, who has been elected president of the Chamber of Automotive Industries of New South Wales. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 21 words
  8. 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. ...

    Article : 2,601 words
  9. MR. F. S. BOYCE, K.C.

    Mr. F. S. Boyce, K.C., leader of the Opposition in the Legislative Council: "The proposals of the Federal Government make unpleasant reading, especially when we are told that the ...

    Article : 133 words
  10. COUNTRY WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION

    At the monthly meeting of the Rylsone branch of the C.W.A. the balance-sheet showed a credit balance of £61/0/2. The net profit from the recent wool exhibition was £8/14/7[?] ...

    Article : 60 words
  11. APPLICANTS FOR VACANCY

    The departure for Sydney of the Union liner Marama has been delayed. The firemen's steward left yesterday, and at 8 o'clock this morning about 50 applicants for the vacancy ...

    Article : 109 words
  12. OTHER OPINIONS.

    Mr. H. Gordon Bennett, president of the Chamber of Manufactures, commenting upon the Federal legislation, said: "The position created in New South Wales by the ...

    Article : 217 words
  13. COUNCIL RATES.

    Outstanding rates are still troubling the aldermen. At the last council meeting the clerk reported that only £130 had been received during the fortnight, leaving a balance ...

    Article : 79 words
  14. RIOTOUS SCENES

    Riotous scenes occurred outside and inside the Communist Hall, headquarters of the Communist party, in Sussex-street, city, last night. A determined assault upon the stronghold ...

    Article : 126 words
  15. RETURNED SOLDIERS.

    The Albury branch of the Returned Soldiers' League decided that action should be taken to ensure that returned men received preference on the waterfront. Mr. P. McAllster said ...

    Article : 88 words
  16. STOLEN MOTOR CAR

    A stolen motor car containing three young men was involved in a series of accidents last night. The machine was driven rapidly along ...

    Article : 124 words
  17. BEQUESTS TO CHARITY.

    Mrs. Kate Blacklock and the Union Trustee Company of Australia, executors of the will of Frederick Charles Blacklock, late of Albury, are paying legacies totalling £1550, including ...

    Article : 103 words
  18. QUESTIONS IN COMMONS.

    In the House of Commons this afternoon three members asked questions relating to New South Wales stock. Mr. O. Lewis (Con.) asked if the Secretary to the Treasury was aware ...

    Article : 301 words
  19. OTTAWA CONFERENCE.

    "All the dominions have moved too far for Empire freetrade," says the "Times." "They have repudiated it even as an ideal. The free access of all British goods to dominion ...

    Article : 176 words
  20. AUSTRALIAN WRITERS

    The third annual meeting of the Fellowship of Australian Writers was held last night at the Education Department. The retiring president (Mr. Walter Jago) ...

    Article : 188 words
  21. BREAD PRICES.

    Strong criticism of Mr. Justice Piddington's report on bread prices is contained in a statement issued yesterday on behalf of the executive of the Master Bakers' Association. The ...

    Article : 340 words
  22. BIRDS AND RATS.

    A phenomenal visitation of swallows is being experienced here. Every evening they gather over the town in clouds. Oldest residents cannot remember when they were [?] ...

    Article : 57 words
  23. QUARTER SESSIONS.

    At the Quarter Sessions, before Judge Coyle, Reginald Groves, former postmaster at Colac, pleaded guilty to having made a false entry in a passbook. In evidence Groves said he lent ...

    Article : 155 words
  24. FLIGHT TO DARWIN.

    Fllght-Lieutenant Leslie Hamilton and Flying-Officer R. K. Coupland, who set out from England on a flight to Darwin and back in a Puss Moth machine, were forced down ...

    Article : 101 words
  25. FIRE AT SHOE FACTORY.

    Damage estimated at £7500 was caused by a fire which broke out in the factory of J. Robins and Son, Ltd., shoe manufacturers, at the rear of Elswick-street, Leichhardt, early ...

    Article : 134 words
  26. OVERSEA FREIGHTS.

    The Australian Oversea Transport Association, whose delegates represented shipping and exporting interests from all the States of the Commonwealth, concluded its council meeting ...

    Article : 365 words
  27. ELECTRICITY FRANCHISE.

    The Macksville electricity franchise provides for a revision of lighting hours and prices, every five years. The first term will end [?] March 8. The hours have been from 8 a.m. ...

    Article : 104 words
  28. THIEVES AT HARDEN.

    Thieves robbed the clothing and boot store of C. H. Dawson and Sons in Neill-street. Hall a brick wrapped in newspaper was used to break the plateelass window. The thieves were ...

    Article : 47 words
  29. CAREER OF CRIME.

    When Thomas Johnson was convicted at Salford of fraud on an hotelkeeper, the police revealed that he had had a remarkable career of crime. He ran away from home at the age ...

    Article : 187 words
  30. INDEX.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 238 words
  31. CASUALTIES.

    Sydney Thompson, a railway employee, of Rozelle, was fatally injured yesterday morning when he was struck by an electric train near Stanmore railway station, where he was ...

    Article : 387 words
  32. DOLE FRAUDS.

    Jack Cromble Brown, 25, was before [?]gong Police Court on five charges of having falsely pretended that he was a married man, with a wife and two children, and had obtained ...

    Article : 68 words
  33. LANDMARK DESTROYED BY FIRE.

    Christy Cormack's general store at Redbridge, on the roadside between Harden and Young, which has been carrying on business since the gold rush of the sixties, was ...

    Article : 45 words
  34. GRASS FIRE.

    A grass fire destroyed more than 2000 acres on the properties of Messrs. Hannon, Crawford and Wallace. Three miles of fencing war destroyed. The fire started from the burnin[?] ...

    Article : 47 words
  35. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    Lady Wilson, wife of Sir Leslie Wilson. Governor-designate of Queensland, is ill in a nursing home, but she is expected to recover in time to accompany her husband, who has ...

    Article : 455 words
  36. UNDERTAKER FOUND DEAD.

    William J. Ness was found dead last evening, near his residence, with a gun by his side. Ness was an undertaker. He leaves a wife and seven children, the youngest, [?] ...

    Article : 38 words
  37. Advertising

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    Advertising : 244 words
  38. DISPUTE IN COUNCIL.

    At Tweed Shire Council meeting there [?] a dispute about the 1932 allocations for [?] Riding, and Councillor Cox resigned as a prtest against the council's attitude. Counc[?] ...

    Article : 93 words
  39. MR. LANG AND PRESS.

    At the annual meeting of the New Zealand section of the Empire Press Union the chairman (Mr. H. Horton) referred to the great part played by newspapers in assisting countries to ...

    Article : 158 words
  40. STATE MINISTERS.

    State Ministers, including the Premier (Mr. Lang) declined yesterday to make any comment on the Federal Government's move to pass legislation compelling the Lang Ministry ...

    Article : 137 words
  41. BURRALOW WATER SCHEME.

    An effort is being made by Richmond Municipal Council to revive the Burralow water scheme. It is said that if a dam was put in at Burralow, it would supply 5,000,000 gallons of ...

    Article : 80 words
  42. FIERCE FIGHT.

    A fierce fight occurred in a house in Salls-bury-road, Camperdown, on Thursday night, when a man forced his way into the hall and demanded to meet a young girl. ...

    Article : 204 words
  43. REVOLVERS STOLEN.

    A shabbily-dressed man last night broke the plate-glass window of Mick Simmons' sports shop in George-street, city, and after seizing two modern revolvers he made off. ...

    Article : 81 words
  44. WILD STORM.

    A severe and destructive storm occurred [?] Gleniffer. A gale of a velocity of at least [?] miles an hour, hail the size of small marbles, and sheets of torrential rain were experienced ...

    Article : 156 words
  45. TO-DAY.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 165 words
  46. ANOTHER TELEGRAM.

    Yesterday the Premier (Mr. Lang) despatched the following telegram to the Prime Minister (Mr. Lyons):—"Counsel advises that in view of impending litigation your telegram ...

    Article : 152 words
  47. THROAT GASHED.

    A man supposed to have been the victim of an attack with a razor was admitted to the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in a serious condition last night. ...

    Article : 70 words
  48. THEATRE MANAGER

    John Deans Maxwell, 32, manager of the Theatre Royal, who was charged with having embezzled £84 while a servant of J. C. Williamson, Ltd., was sentenced to six months' ...

    Article : 48 words
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