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  2. TWO ATTACKS BY Mr. LANG.

    Two attacks on the integrity of Ministers were made in the Legislative Assembly yesterday by the leader of the Opposition (Mr. Lang). ...

    Article : 442 words
  3. BUSHFIRE PERILS.

    Fierce bushfires which yesterday swept through forests on a six-mile front near Macedon, were early this morning threatening Upper Macedon township, and at 2.30 this morning it was feared that the town faced total destruction if the strong ...

    Article : 129 words
  4. DISMISSAL OF DETECTIVES.

    The Commissioner of Police (Mr. W. J. Mackay) warmly praised three detectives whom he had dismissed from the force, at the hearing of their appeals ...

    Article : 757 words
  5. DEFENCE OF AUSTRALIA.

    Air force officers all over the world —and Australian Air Force officers are no exception—believe that aircraft can sink lightly-armoured ...

    Article : 1,340 words
  6. GERMAN TALKS.

    The Berlin correspondent of "The Times" states that Germany feels that if Anglo-German relations are removed from Versailles to a basis of equality, ...

    Article : 866 words
  7. INTO HEART OF CHINA.

    Lieut.-General Matsui (the Japanese Commander in the Shanghai area) in a statement to the Press said "unless the Chinese resistance ceases, the Japanese will march up the Yangtse Valley into the heart of China." ...

    Article : 224 words
  8. "DELIBERATELY CAUSED."

    When a strong northerly wind sprang up early this morning, the flames quickly leapt to the foot of the Memorial Cross at the peak of the mountain, and ...

    Article : 617 words
  9. JUROR WHO WENT HOME.

    The juror who went home on Thursday, after Judge Thomson had adjourned a District Court case for lunch, appeared before his Honor ...

    Article : 424 words
  10. BRITISH AID FOR CHINESE.

    The Japanese Press is giving prominence to allegations that Britain has given military assistance to China. They claim that their information is based ...

    Article : 848 words
  11. WOMAN RESCUED FROM COTTAGE.

    Retreating before the flames, Constable Grace and a party of six men discovered that a four-roomed weatherboard cottage owned by Mr. E. G. ...

    Article : 543 words
  12. ELECTROCUTION CASE.

    The Attorney-General (Mr. Manning) has decided not to file a bill against Frederick John Timms, who was committed for trial by the City Coroner on November 17 on a charge ...

    Article : 103 words
  13. JAPAN AND TALK OF TRUCE.

    "Japan's severely negative attitude towards mediation is tempered only by her announced willingness to receive, and consider, any proposals which a ...

    Article : 756 words
  14. WHEAT FALLS.

    The value of bulk wheat declined in the Sydney market yesterday to the lowest level this year. Trading was fairly extensive, but it was largely ...

    Article : 233 words
  15. FAULTY ELECTRIC INSTALLATIONS.

    The plan to inspect within two and a half years, the electrical installations of all the customers of the Sydney County Council, would cost ...

    Article : 217 words
  16. CLAIM AGAINST RADIO STATION.

    After further evidence had been heard in the Supreme Court yesterday in the action by Harry Thomas Hungerford to recover£4000 from the Labour Council of New South Wales, ...

    Article : 135 words
  17. RARE DISEASE.

    In response to an appeal by physicians on behalf of Weston Fletcher, an invalid, whom they say is certain to die from a rare streptococcus infection unless somebody who ...

    Article : 206 words
  18. BABY'S DEATH

    The City Coroner (Mr.Oram) said yesterday that many Australians did not realise the dangers of sunburn. Mr.Oram found that Donald James ...

    Article : 227 words
  19. POLICE ASSAULT ON BOY.

    A complaint that a policeman had illtreated a boy and had left him lying on the road was made by Mr.O'sullivan in the Legislative Assembly yesterday. ...

    Article : 286 words
  20. U.S. AND NEUTRALITY.

    The Washington correspondent of the"New York Times"says that Senator Lodge has announced that he will shortly propose farreaching amendments to the Neutrality Act, ...

    Article : 277 words
  21. NEW ARBITRATION JUDGE.

    The Federal Government intends to strengthen the Arbitration Court Bench to expedite litigation. The Ministry will almost certainly announce the ...

    Article : 150 words
  22. "GROTESQUE CANARD."

    "A grotesque canard," is the description which"The Times" gives to a suggestion made by Mr.Herbert Morrison, M.P. (Labour), that the Conservative party, out of ...

    Article : 224 words
  23. CONCRETE ROADS.

    The Minister for Transport (Mr.Bruxner) said in the Legislative Assembly yesterday that he had not wanted, in his recent speech on the matter in the House to convey ...

    Article : 173 words
  24. RUSH TO SPEED UP STEEL OUTPUT.

    Mr.A. Mortlock, representing the management of the Australian Iron and Steel, Ltd., Port Kembla, told members of the Millions Club at a luncheon to-day that the company ...

    Article : 175 words
  25. STAFF CHANGES.

    The general manager of the Australian Broadcasting commission (Mr.C.J.A. Moses) announced several important staff changes to-day. ...

    Article : 129 words
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