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  2. HOMEBUSH STRIKE.

    About 600 mutton slaughtermen employed at the Homebush Abattoirs went on strike early yesterday morning, and slaughtering operations were ...

    Article : 194 words
  3. STRIKE THREAT.

    About 1,300 textile workers at the works or the Lincoln Mills, Ltd., Coburg, will become involved if the employees decide at a meeting to be held emly to-morrow to strike as a ...

    Article : 261 words
  4. GREYHOUNDS.

    The programme of the N.S.W. Trotting Club's greyhound racing meeting at Harold Park to-night contains the names of many well-known dogs. Winners in the 10 races ...

    Article : 1,848 words
  5. ATHLETICS.

    If the weather is good to-day, visitors to the State track and field championships at the Sydney Sports Giound should see a repetition of the splendid achievements which ...

    Article : 585 words
  6. ON THE RIVER.

    The New Zealand rowing crews and sculler will arrive in Sydney on Monday, with the balance of the Dominion team, and, after the official welcome, will travel by car to ...

    Article : 541 words
  7. AUSTRALIAN BOWLING CARNIVAL.

    Confusion was caused yesterday in the opening round of the singles championship of the Australian bowling carnival. Wet greens led to the decision that no play ...

    Article : 4,942 words
  8. SPEEDWAY RACING.

    Interest in the fourth motor-cycle sperdwny test match between England and Australia set down for decision at the Showground track to-night, centres upon the question whether the Englishmen can ...

    Article : 631 words
  9. NAVAL AND AIR FORCE GUESTS.

    The Royal Air Force Squadron and the Italian cruiser Raimonde Montecuccoll, which are on their way to Sydney for the 150th Anniversary ...

    Article : 263 words
  10. STATE AS LANDLORD.

    Housing experiments in New Zealand impressed Mr. C. P. Robinson, a member of the South African Parliament, who reached Sydney by the Awatea from ...

    Article : 224 words
  11. AUSTRALIAN UNION.

    The agenda for the 18th biennial conference of the Board of Control of the Amateur Athletic Union of Australia has been issued. This meeting was originally set down for December in ...

    Article : 232 words
  12. INTERNATIONAL BOXING.

    The directors of Olympia Sports, Ltd., are awaiting replies from the Filipino boxer Cefelino Garcia, and the British champion. Jock McAvoy, notifying that they have accepted the ...

    Article : 382 words
  13. SAILING.

    Sailing enthusiasts and critics who had their first view of the New Zealand 18-footer sailing boats which arrived here yesterday, to compete in the championships on Sunday, ...

    Article : 521 words
  14. LAWN TENNIS.

    At Killara club.—2.30 p.m., all comers' singles; J. W. Spence v S. Gulley. 3 p.m., all-comers' doubles, N. L. Manning and C. L. Smith v A. Cornford and partner. 4 p.m., K. F. Bartlett and M. ...

    Article : 507 words
  15. HITLER AND ROBERT BURNS.

    Herr Hitler has sent a message of greeting to the Robert Burns (1933) Society of Australia, to mark the occasion of their annual Burns supper. ...

    Article : 163 words
  16. TURF FIXTURES.

    Maiden Handicap, 5f.—Light o' Love. 8-7 (E. Badger), 1; Cornishman, 8-8 (S. McKee), 2; General Franco, 8-3 (W. Lee), 3. Other starters: Ramulator, Artful, What Thrill, Rarestar, Tongue Oil. ...

    Article : 419 words
  17. TOURIST "INDUSTRY."

    Concerted action by Australia and New Zealand to attract more tourists from abroad was suggested by the Chairman of Commissioners of the ...

    Article : 263 words
  18. MIDGET CAR RACING.

    The midget car races scheduled for the Sports Ground track to morrow night hold promise of in tercst and spectacular events when the New South Wales championship for the W. Kennedy cup will ...

    Article : 321 words
  19. BOXING.

    Stadiums, Ltd., directors propose to organise a lightweight tournament to decide who will be the Australian champion, owing to the retirement of Alf, Blatch. Entries will close at Rushcutter ...

    Article : 389 words
  20. OFFICIAL AMENDMENTS.

    The following official amendments to the programme were announced last night:- Singles Championship.—Unless clubs were specially advised by the individual player concerned or by ...

    Article : 255 words
  21. CYCLING.

    After three postponements because of unfavourable weather, another attempt will be made to decide the interesting one hour teams race at the Sports Arena to-night. Although the team ...

    Article : 317 words
  22. SURF LIFE-SAVING.

    The final round of metropolitan championship beats will be decided by southern clubs at Bondi, and by northern clubs at Manly to-morrow morning. In addition, the re-run of the second belt ...

    Article : 132 words
  23. ESCAPE FROM GAOL.

    Alfred Martin, 41, an indeterminate sentence prisoner, escaped from the Fremantle Gao; last night by sawing through a bar in the window of his cell. ...

    Article : 162 words
  24. CLUB NOTES.

    Mr. A. W. Jones, vice-president of the Now South Wales Bowling Association, was taken to the Masonic Hospital, Summer Hill, on Wednesday night, to be operated on for appendicitis. ...

    Article : 105 words
  25. BLOODSTOCK SALE.

    Messrs. William Inglis will hold a aale of bloodstock on Friday, at the Newmarket Stables. The catalogue includes the following:—On account of the estate late John Spencer Brunton, Sydney: ...

    Article : 106 words
  26. J. H. KIRKWOOD INJURED.

    The golfer J. H. Kirkwood broke a small bone in a shoulder during a trick golf shot at an exhibition at the Royal Calcutta Club. ...

    Article : 32 words
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