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  2. A.C.T.U.

    At the afternoon session of the A.C.T.U. Congress yesterday, Mr. Cross, secretary of the A.C.T.U., dealing with unemployment, declared that the political machine was ...

    Article : 634 words
  3. CENSURE MOTION.

    When Parliament reassembled yesterday the leader of the Opposition (Mr. Bavin) gave notice of a motion censuring the Government for the policy of "repudiation and dishonesty" ...

    Article : 390 words
  4. DEFAULT.

    The former Federal Treasurer (Dr. Earle Page) last night strongly protested against the repudiation policy of the Lang Government. ...

    Article : 633 words
  5. BRITISH INDUSTRY.

    Forty nations, from China to Peru, from Russia to Hedjaz, were represented at the British Industries Fair banquet. Mr. William Graham (President of the ...

    Article : 406 words
  6. LABOUR DEADLOCK.

    The conference of the Federal and State executives of the Australian Labour party, held at the Trades Hall last night, reached a deadlock, and the split in the Labour party continues. The Labour campaign in the East Sydney by-election will be opened ...

    Article : 124 words
  7. FOURTH TEST.

    In the fourth test at Johannesburg, the English bowling again dominated the game. Play was resumed in perfect weather. Throughout the morning and for an hour after ...

    Article : 480 words
  8. SPAIN.

    Yielding to the unanimous demand of Monarchical political leaders King Alfonso has agreed to the election of the constituent Assembly, which will be ...

    Article : 786 words
  9. INTERSTATE LABOUR CONFERENCE.

    The conference of the State and Federal executives of the A.L.P. was convened at the Trades Hall last night at the urgent request of the Federal body. ...

    Article : 392 words
  10. HARBOUR BRIDGE.

    The Minister for Works (Mr. Davidson) walked from Sydney to North Sydney by the steelwork of the deck of the Harbour Bridge yesterday. He was followed by Mr. Ennis, ...

    Article : 442 words
  11. COTTON EXHIBITION

    Queen Mary visited the British cotton exhibition at White City to-day, and expressed the hope that the exhibition, which is being held in connection with the British Industries ...

    Article : 233 words
  12. LOANS TO FARMERS.

    The Farmers' Relief Bill, providing for loans limited to £1000 to meet pressing creditors, which is expected to involve a sum of £5,000,000, passed the Assembly unopposed. ...

    Article : 146 words
  13. CIVIC SALARIES

    The salaries of officers in the employ of the City Council are to be reviewed at an early date. Although there is no official pronouncement ...

    Article : 485 words
  14. FEDERAL CAUCUS.

    To-morrow's meeting of the Federal Labour caucus will determine the attitude of the Parliamentary Labour party towards the rival policies of the Treasurer of the ...

    Article : 871 words
  15. SHALE OIL.

    "I suggest that the happenings of the past two months are such as to demand a Royal Commission, with full powers," said Mr. A. E. Broue, owner of large shale-bearing leases ...

    Article : 628 words
  16. EUROPEAN TARIFFS.

    Commenting upon the action of the President of the Board of Trade (Mr. Graham) in asking the Governments of Fiance, Germany, Italy, Poland, Norway, and Sweden to reduce ...

    Article : 129 words
  17. MUSSOLINI'S CAR.

    In a statement at Los Angeles on Monday, Mr. Cornelius Vanderbilt, jun., in describing the incident recently brought into prominence by General Butler, said that there was nothing ...

    Article : 182 words
  18. YACHT OIMARA.

    The Melbourne yacht Oimara, which sailed from Melbourne on January 29, arrived at Wellington Harbour at 11.30 a.m., and anchored in the stream awaiting medical inspection. ...

    Article : 165 words
  19. INDIAN AFFAIRS.

    The Viceroy having consented to meet Gandhi, the latter left Allahabad last night [?] Delhi, where the two will to-day discuss issues raised by Mr. Ramsay MacDonald's ...

    Article : 341 words
  20. THIRTEEN ARRESTS.

    A sensation was caused at Glasgow when it became known that 13 business men had been arrested on charges arising out of the affairs of Scottish Amalgamated Silks, ...

    Article : 209 words
  21. LABOUR AGENT.

    At the last meeting of the municipal council, Alderman Morton moved:—"That the Minister for Labour and Industry be asked whether it is a fact that Mr. Sweeney's services ...

    Article : 179 words
  22. RIOTOUS SCENES

    There was considerable excitement at the Trades Hall yesterday, when about 100 unemployed endeavoured to obtain admittance to the A.C.T.U. Congress. ...

    Article : 269 words
  23. PETROLEUM PRODUCTION.

    Mr. McKeown, Democratic member for Oklahoma, arguing for the limitation of petroleum imports before the House of Representatives' committee, said: "The Prince of Wales rode a ...

    Article : 95 words
  24. HOSPITAL BEDS

    Loaded with an overdraft of £105,000 and tradesmen's debts amounting to £ 14,000, the directors of the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital have decided to effect severe ...

    Article : 358 words
  25. LADY ASTOR REPLIES.

    Lady Astor, replying to Chapman's cable from South Africa relating to her references to the Australian cricketers, said: "I urge the signatories not to allow themselves to ...

    Article : 122 words
  26. POISON IN PORRIDGE.

    Giving evidence at the Milton court to-day in the case in which W. J. Rixon is charged with attempted murder, Detective-sergeant McRae said that the accused had admitted ...

    Article : 312 words
  27. PRINCE OF WALES.

    The Prince of Wales and Prince George explored Cuzco, the ancient capital of the Incas, to-day, arriving by train from Arequipa. They will return to Arequipa to prepare for their trip ...

    Article : 47 words
  28. RELIEF DOCKETS.

    Strong protest aganist the Governments action in leaving unemployed relief coupons unenshed was made at a meeting of Newcastle district retail grocers, bakers, and ...

    Article : 161 words
  29. EAST SYDNEY.

    The National party's campaign in the East Sydney by-election will be opened by the deputy leader of the Opposition (Mr. Gullett), in St. John's Hall. Darlinghurst-road, this ...

    Article : 184 words
  30. CRYING CHILD NEGLECTED.

    At the inquest at Herne Bay to-day on the death of Ruby Nanette Goddard, the two months old child of Mrs. Eveline Goddard, whose husband is an Adelaide architect, it ...

    Article : 99 words
  31. BENEATH POMPEII'S RUINS.

    A message from Rome states that Domenica Matalini, the girl diviner who recently located the Etruscan relics, buried at Le Prignano, has now divined another ruined city under the ...

    Article : 64 words
  32. ADVICE TO PRIESTS.

    A Message from Rome states that in a vigor[?] and particularly outspoken addres[?] to parish priests the Pope virtually accused the Government of not keeping faith with the ...

    Article : 143 words
  33. FORECLOSURE SALES.

    At the annual meeting of the Mulyandry Farmers' and Settlers' Association, the following resolutions were carried:—"That this branch opposes strenuously any effort to ...

    Article : 51 words
  34. WILKINS EXPEDITION.

    A message from Montreal states that Lady Wilkins has announced that she will accompany her husband on his submarine expedition to the Pole. ...

    Article : 90 words
  35. "BABY" CAR SPEED.

    News comes from Paris that at Montlhery, G. E T. Eyston, driving a Morris M. G. midget car, fitted with a powerful supercharger, exceeded a speed of 100 m.p.h. in an ...

    Article : 58 words
  36. GUILTY OF MURDER.

    In the Townsville Supreme Court to-day, Lulgi Cattanco, 39, was found guilty of the murder of Ignazlo Gatti on January 18. He was sentenced to imprisonment for life. ...

    Article : 36 words
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