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  2. COLOURED RACES. Danger Only to Australia.

    Profossor Carr-Saunders, in an article in the "Observer" on the lessons of the census, says: "When normal times return Australia and New Zealand will require larger ...

    Article : 151 words
  3. WHEAT. Production in U.S.A.

    The Department of Agriculture has announced that the production of winter wheat is expected to be 712,611,000 bushels, compared with 604,337,000 bushels last year. The spring ...

    Article : 468 words
  4. COMMERCE.

    "There is sufficient interference in business to-day, without interference from Government sources," declared Mr. C. A. Gibson, president of the Commercial Travellers' ...

    Article : 869 words
  5. COUNTRY NEWS. FORBES SEWERAGE SCHEME.

    The Minister for Works (Mr. Davidson) has accepted an invitation from the Forbes Municipal Council to visit Forbes on Friday, July 31, to hand over the recently completed ...

    Article : 36 words
  6. FINANCE BILL.

    A large meeting of unionists in the Town Hall to-day, called by the metropolitan council of the Australian Labour party, and presided over by the Federal president (Mr. J. J. ...

    Article : 156 words
  7. RUGBY UNION AT THE CRICKET GROUND.

    The Manly captain (S. C. Malcolm), tackled by F. Purcell (Randwick), passes to R. B. Loudon. The referee is Mr. A. V. Mayne. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 30 words
  8. SCHOOL OF ARTS SOLD.

    The School of Arts at Tweed Heads, which has stood near the Queensland border for 40 years, has, with the consent of the Government, been sold for removal, and is at present being ...

    Article : 115 words
  9. FIRE BRIGADES' CONVENTION.

    A fire brigades' convention, held at Junee to-day, was attended by 50 delegates from towns in the south and west of the State, and seven members of the Fire Brigades' Board ...

    Article : 92 words
  10. VALUABLE PIGEONS

    Seven of the 26 pigeons, valued at £100, which were stolen by boys from Mr. G. Cronin, of Glebe-road, Glebe, on Thursday, were sold by the thieves at Newtown markets for 3/. ...

    Article : 159 words
  11. NEW ZEALAND CRICKETERS.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 473 words
  12. REPAIRING FLOOD DAMAGE.

    Local government bodies are faced with the serious problem of repahing the damage done by the recent floods. The position of the Kyeamba Shire—one of the most prosperous ...

    Article : 107 words
  13. TWO MEN ARRESTED.

    While he was on beat duty early yesterday morning, Constable Chapman saw a motor lorry standing by the pavement outside Mr. P. Ryan's shop in Haldon-street, Lakemba. ...

    Article : 107 words
  14. UNEMPLOYMENT.

    The Communist party has decided to organise in opposition to the activities of the special unemployment committee appointed by the A.L.P. executive. The "Reds" claim ...

    Article : 289 words
  15. CHURCH NEWS.

    The annual report of the United Preachers' Association of New South Wales states that during the year eight candidates were accepted for membership; 1326 services were ...

    Article : 502 words
  16. L.O.I. CELEBRATIONS.

    "Our Parliaments are little more than wrestling and boxing stadiums; within is written 'No honest man need apply,' " said the Rev. Scarth Fleming in the course of an ...

    Article : 1,174 words
  17. DEATH OF SWEDE.

    The coroner (Mr. Hubert Flett) held an inquiry at the Taree Courthouse to-day into the death on July 6 of Anton Erickson, a native of Sweden. Erickson, who was ...

    Article : 1,129 words
  18. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    The "Daily Express" says that a Norwegian captain, sounding in the North Sea, accidentally located the exact site of the undersea earthquake on June 7. He states that the ...

    Article : 585 words
  19. WORKERS' COMPENSATION.

    Commenting on the defeat of the Workers' Compensation Bill in the Legislative Council, the Premier (Sir James Mitchell) said that he supposed that only the insurance companies ...

    Article : 125 words
  20. THE CALL-UP

    A call up will be made to-day as follows:— Labourers and Navvies: Those married men residing within the municipality of Bankstown from A41501 to A42500 and OK14801 to ...

    Article : 140 words
  21. BRISBANE MEAT STRIKE.

    The Premier (Mr. Moore) conferred on Saturday with representatives of the Meat Exporters' Association and the Australian Meat Industry Employees' Union with the object of ...

    Article : 205 words
  22. GOODS FROM RUSSIA.

    The "Morning Post" gives prominence to letters from big West End stores and multiple shops, assuring the Trade Defence Union that they had never handled or were now ceasing ...

    Article : 97 words
  23. BETTING RAIDS.

    Inspector Russell's flying raid squad had a hectic career at the week-end. Dashing from suburb to suburb, they swooped on houses and hotels, effecting altogether some 40 arrests, ...

    Article : 284 words
  24. INDEX. NEWS.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 286 words
  25. DIFFERENCE WITH CHIEF.

    A strange double suicide of policewomen, one of whom was an inspector and the other a secretary, has occurred at Hamburg as a result of a difference of opinion with their ...

    Article : 102 words
  26. MOTOR ACCIDENTS.

    Five persons were hurt when two cars came into collision at the intersection of Fitzroy-street and Sydenham-road. Marrickville, yesterday afternoon. Bruce Smith, 8, of ...

    Article : 359 words
  27. FOOTBALL FRACAS.

    Police intervention was necessary when players and spectators became mixed up in a wild melee during the progress of an Australian Rules match at the Sydney Cricket ...

    Article : 141 words
  28. PRESIDENT HOOVER

    President Hoover, in a statement, severely reprimanded certain speculators for selling short in commodity markets, particularly wheat, asserting that such activities in these ...

    Article : 53 words
  29. CASUALTIES.

    Edward Rodgers, of North Ryde, was killed at the Matraville works of Australian Paper Manufacturers, Ltd., on Saturday night, while connecting an electric wire. The current ...

    Article : 359 words
  30. ADVERTISEMENTS.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 253 words
  31. MAN SHOT IN THIGH.

    Following a quarrel between two men in a flat at the corner of Bourke and Short streets, Darlinghurst, on Saturday night, John Johanson, 37, a milk-carter, of West-street, ...

    Article : 104 words
  32. BURMESE REBELS.

    Following continued reports of persistent rebel activity, the Indian Government is sending more troops to Burma. The 2nd and fith Mahratta Infantry, stationed at Poona, are ...

    Article : 109 words
  33. COMMUNIST MEETINGS.

    The Rev. C. R. Harwood, of Wentworthville, wrote to the Holroyd Council, protesting against the holding of Communist meetings in the municipality. "The doctrines ...

    Article : 125 words
  34. RIVERINA MOVEMENT.

    Mr. Charles Hardy, jun., the leader of the Riverina Movement, addressed a wellattended meeting here this afternoon. He said the movement stood tor constitutional ...

    Article : 107 words
  35. TEXTILE WORKERS' STRIKE.

    Nine thousand woolcombers at Bradford have struck as a protest against wage reductions. The Textile Workers' Union has decided to hold a ballot of all members on the ...

    Article : 44 words
  36. REPORTED MURDER BY BLACKS.

    Arrangements have been completed for the sending of a police party to the Rawlinson Ranges to investigate the reported murder of two white men by blacks. It was feared that ...

    Article : 119 words
  37. MIGRANTS SEEK REPATRIATION.

    Conveying particulars of a claim for the repatriation of British migrants, a delegation is proceeding to Canberra, via Melbourne. The delegates will interview Mr. E. T. ...

    Article : 167 words
  38. TO-DAY.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 163 words
  39. MOTOR CYCLE RACING.

    In the Assen Lightweight Motor Cycle Tourist Trophy in Holland (151 miles), H. G. Tyrrell-Smith, riding a Rudge Whitworth, won in 2h 6m 57s. In the junior event (173 ...

    Article : 112 words
  40. GIRL'S BODY FOUND.

    The body of Phyllis Symons, 17 years, who has been missing for the past fortnight, was found by the police to-day buried in spoil from a new tunnel at Kilbirnie, Wellington. The ...

    Article : 90 words
  41. OPIUM RAID.

    A party of police from Redfern, under Sergeant Hungerford, raided a Chinese garden at Mascot on Saturday night and arrested five Chinese. One was charged with having ...

    Article : 49 words
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