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  2. MR. SCULLIN.

    The Prime Minister (Mr scullin), before leaving for Sydney this afternoon, referred to the work of the Federal Parliamentary session. ...

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  3. LABOUR PARTY.

    After having made sensational charges of maladministration against prominent officers, Mr. W. Jones tendered his resignation as senior vice-president at a meeting of the A.L.P. ...

    Article : 423 words
  4. SOUTH AFRICA.

    The vote on the estimates for the Premier's department to-day gave General Smuts an opportunity to review South African relations with Britain. General Smuts said ...

    Article : 324 words
  5. THREE POWERS

    The Prime Minister (Mr. MacDonald) made a statement in the House of Commons to-day regarding the Naval Conference. He said: "I am happy to ...

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  6. THE RED TERROR.

    As yet the Home Office has received no communication regarding the position of the dismissed Soviet employees of the Trade Delegation who were sentenced in absentia. ...

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  7. HEAVY RAIN.

    Good rains fell on the coast south from Port Stephens during Thursday night and yesterday. Heavy rain fell on the south coast and in ...

    Article : 359 words
  8. THE RAILWAYS.

    During the three weeks adjournment of the House, the Cabinet proposes to draft legislation providing for a 48-hour week to industry generally. The working week of raliway ...

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  9. GRAVE CHARGES

    Serious breaches of the terms of the agreement under which they were settled on the land in Victoria were alleged by members of a deputation representing the British Over ...

    Article : 373 words
  10. EGYPTIAN TREATY.

    From the fact that there were two long sessions of the Anglo-Egyptian Conference to-day, it may be taken for granted that the thorniest patches have been reached. There ...

    Article : 230 words
  11. NO BIDS.

    Seven station properties of Mr. Edmund Jowett to Queensland were offered by auction at the Wool Exchange to-day, but no bid was made for any one. There was a good atten ...

    Article : 165 words
  12. RESERVOIRS BENEFIT.

    For the 24 hours ended 6 a.m. yesterday, 50 points of rain had been registered at Cataract Dam and 66 points at Cordeaux. The reservoir storage at the catchment area had ...

    Article : 147 words
  13. GOING ABROAD.

    The personnel of the Ministerial delegations to the Imperial Conference and the League of Nations conference in August and September was announced by the Prime Min ...

    Article : 442 words
  14. COAL DISPUTE.

    Executive officers of the northern branch of the Miners' Federation are to be present at a meeting of the Paxton Miners' Lodge on Sunday morning. It is understood that the ...

    Article : 251 words
  15. GANDHI'S CAMPAIGN.

    The Bombay campaign for violation of the salt laws received a set-back last night, when 300 police raided the Congress party s offices in the city, arrested three officials, destroyed ...

    Article : 234 words
  16. DANCE HALLS.

    Complaints about unlicensed dance halls in Sydney were made by a deputation from the Dancing Masters and Lessees' Association, which interviewed the Chief Secretary ...

    Article : 398 words
  17. TRAIN ROBBERY.

    The search for the persons who robbed the Mudgee mall train on Tuesday night and for the whereabouts of the bullion chest and its valuable contents revealed no further clue ...

    Article : 334 words
  18. MR. LATHAM'S COMMENTS.

    Commenting on the work of the Parliamentary sitting before his departure for Melbourne to-night, the leader of the Opposition (Mr. Latham) said that the sitting had been ...

    Article : 524 words
  19. BRITISH BUDGET.

    Britain is anxiously awaiting the delivery of Mr. snowden's Budget speech next Monday. The secrets have been better kept than any such secrets for several years. Un ...

    Article : 696 words
  20. NO VICTIMISATION.

    "We wish to make it perfectly clear that we have no intention of victimising men," reads a statement issued yesterday by the Northern Collieries Association at the conclu ...

    Article : 123 words
  21. BRITISH RUGBY TEAM.

    Three hundred persons attended the New Zealand Association's dinner at the Savoy Hotel to farewell the British Rugby team. Among the distinguished guests were the Duke ...

    Article : 228 words
  22. FOOTPADS' ATTACK.

    Two powerfully-built footpads attacked and tried to wrest a valise containing about £200 from William Randell Wilson an employee of Kilner's Ltd., yesterday afternoon. ...

    Article : 168 words
  23. DISPUTES AT SOUTHERN MINES.

    A conference is to be held at Bulli colliery next week between the management and federation officers in regard to a dispute at the mine. The question is whether men ...

    Article : 133 words
  24. CAPTAIN'S FLAT RAILWAY.

    For the development of the Captain's Flat mines to proceed satisfactorily, it is necessary for a raliway line to be built connecting Captain's Flat with the Cooma ...

    Article : 300 words
  25. TWO RABBIT-TRAPPERS.

    The Dunedoo police, searching for the Mudgee mail train robbers, set out hot foot this morning to follow two cars, the occupants of which excited suspicion. A motorist was ...

    Article : 198 words
  26. COAL EXPORTS.

    Evidence of the tremendous loss caused to the north by the long continued coal dispute is furnished by the quarterly return of coal exports oversea and interstate supplied by the ...

    Article : 212 words
  27. IRISH FREE STATE.

    The Judicial Committee of the Privy Council, having heard an appeal from a decision of the Supreme Court of the Irish Free State, the Lord Chancellor (Lord Sankey), dealing ...

    Article : 147 words
  28. FORCED DOWN.

    Engine trouble forced down the Australian National Airways mail 'plane, at Mondrook, seven miles from Taree, yesterday morning. The pilot was able to make ...

    Article : 293 words
  29. BUILDER'S DEATH.

    The question whether Walter Price, an elderly Palmerston North builder, who was found shot dead in his bedroom recently was murdered or committed suicide is still agi ...

    Article : 167 words
  30. WOOL TRADE DISPUTE.

    The "Daily Express," in an editorial, says "A suicidal catastrophe involving 1000 firms and the livelihood of 200,000 workpeople in the wool trade seems inevitable. It can only ...

    Article : 97 words
  31. WATCH IN VICTORIA.

    It is thought that the bandits who robbed the Mudgee mall train might have come overland to Melbourne, Victorian detectives and police are keeping watch for suspects. ...

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