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  2. FUNDS FOR STRIKE.

    The plans of the Miners' Federa[?] tion to obtain funds to finance [?] general strike in the coalmining i[?] dustry were advanced a further sta[?] ...

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  3. VOTING TO-DAY IN GORDON.

    The United Australia party campaign committee is confident that the official candidate, Mr. Turner, will poll two to one votes against his opponent in the ...

    Article : 199 words
  4. TRANSPORT CHIEF.

    The State Cabinet decided yesterday to appoint Mr. C. N. Neale Commissioner for Road Transport and Tramways. The appointment will be made ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 162 words
  5. PACIFIC LINERS.

    The "Daily Telegraph" understands that orders will be placed early next month with British firms for twin 22,000-ton liners, having a speed of ...

    Article : 96 words
  6. MEN AND 'PLANES FOR CHINA.

    The possibility of Japan taking steps to prevent intervention in China is suggested by news from Tokyo that the Japanese Government is irritated by reports that the Chinese are engaging American pilots and buying American 'planes and ships. ...

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  7. FORMIDABLE AIR FORCE.

    The latest official figures of the Royal Air Force strength, in aircraft and personnel, indicate that the expansion programme launched in 1935, and ...

    Article : 352 words
  8. BRITISH SHIP BOMBED.

    Three monoplanes bombed the British steam tanker, British Corporal, of 6972 tons, for an hour off the coast of Algeria to-day. ...

    Article : 283 words
  9. BASIC WAGE.

    The State Cabinet spent some time yesterday examining the problem of finding a formula by which Federal and State basic wages and working ...

    Article : 278 words
  10. STATE SESSION.

    The extension of the Moratorium for two years from the date of its expiration in February next and an Arbitration Bill to provide for ...

    Article : 356 words
  11. FINAL SPEECHES.

    Mr. Turner, at his meetings, declared the issue to be the continuance of sound, progressive government. "The transformation effected in the State's ...

    Article : 285 words
  12. "1000 U.S.A. AIRMEN ENLISTED."

    The United Press Association correspondent at Los Angeles states that 7000 Americans, chiefly ex-servicemen, and including 1000 airmen, have ...

    Article : 535 words
  13. PARTITION PLAN FOR PALESTINE.

    Al the World Zionist Congress to-day the chairman, Dr. Chaim Weizmann, urged delegates to negotiate on the basis of the British plan, for the partition of Palestine, provided ...

    Article : 140 words
  14. SOCIAL CREDIT IN ALBERTA.

    The bill proposed by the Premier of Alberta's Social Credit Ministry (Mr. Aberhart) for the control of the banks provides that there shall be licence fees of 500 dollars (£Aust.125) ...

    Article : 199 words
  15. EXILED JEWISH DOCTORS

    The Premier of Tasmania (Mr. Ogilvie), who is returning from the imperial Conference by the Monterey, said that if he could not get sufficient ...

    Article : 281 words
  16. PUBLIC HEALTH APPOINTMENT.

    It is expected that in the reorganisation of the Health Department, Mr. E. H. Swift, who has been attached to the Minister for Health as special ...

    Article : 169 words
  17. ADVICE AGAINST STAY-[?] TACTICS.

    The three Broken Hill Proprietary collierie on the Newcastle coalfield may reopen nex[?] week if special meetings of the miners' lodge [?] concerned, which have been called for Sunda[?] ...

    Article : 323 words
  18. BOY FILM STAR

    The Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Company has obtained from the Court a restraining order to prevent Freddie Bartholomew, the child film actor, from accepting a contract from any ...

    Article : 107 words
  19. LANDING LIGHTS FAIL.

    The Stinson airliner owned by Air Lines of Australia, which reached Sydney from Townsville at dusk last night, had to fly over the city for about 25 ...

    Article : 253 words
  20. H. G. WELLS LOOKS AT AUSTRALIA.

    In an interview on the defence of Australia, Mr. H. G. Wells, the eminent author, said that he considered it to be very reasonable for Australia ...

    Article : 288 words
  21. BRITAIN'S TALKS WITH ITALY

    The Rome correspondent of the "Daily Telegraph" states that, diplomatic talks between Britain and Italy are expected to be opened with the ...

    Article : 275 words
  22. BETTER QUARTERS FOR SAILORS.

    After seven years' inquiry, the Board of Trade and representative shipowners' officers' and seamen's organisations have agreed to regulations to abolish "sea slums," ...

    Article : 115 words
  23. CHARGE DISMISSED.

    Without calling evidence for the defence, the magistrates dismissed the charge against George Frederick Foster, of Manchester, of the manslaughter of E. A. McDonald, the ...

    Article : 102 words
  24. TASMAN LINERS.

    Heavy discharge of cargo to-day caused a delay of more than four hours to the Matson liner Monterey, and Auckland was deprived of the spectacle of two liners, the Monterey ...

    Article : 460 words
  25. MASKED MAN.

    A masked man made two unsuccessful attempts to rob shops in George Street, Redfern, last night. He entered Miss Margaret Todd's shop. She ...

    Article : 143 words
  26. COUNTY COUNCIL STOCKS.

    Stocks of coal on hand for the production of electricity at Bunnerong amount to approximately 80,000 tons. This, it is considered, is sufficient for about three months. ...

    Article : 84 words
  27. MEASLES VIRUS.

    Two German investigator, Drs. Wenckebach and Kunert, report that they have discovered the virus of measles. The Director-General of Public Health (Dr. ...

    Article : 115 words
  28. LATE-COMERS REBUKED.

    While conducting a performance of "Elijah" at the eisteddfod at Machynlieth, Montgomeryshire, Sir Adrian Boult suddenly stopped a duet sung by Mr. Harold Williams ...

    Article : 84 words
  29. FORBIDDEN TALK.

    An arrangement that an address by the Premier (Mr. Forgan Smith) at a communion breakfast at St. Barnabas' Church of England on Sunday should be broadcast was ...

    Article : 166 words
  30. ARMED MAN ON TOWER

    In the Harvey Police Court to-day, George Lewis Elliott, 46, married, charged with having been disorderly by using threatening language and behaviour, was bound over to ...

    Article : 133 words
  31. TOURS CANCELLED.

    The decision that no child under 16 will be allowed to stay at the Chalet, Mt. Buffalo, until further notice, because of an epidemic of infantile paralysis, will affect about 250 ...

    Article : 157 words
  32. MACE WAS HIDDEN

    Under the impression that he would stop the business of the council, Councillor Taylor, at a meeting of the Glasgow City Council, during a heated debate, adopting Cromwell's device, ...

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  33. BIG RACING CAR

    The British racing motorist, G. E. T. Eyston, has nearly completed, to his own design, the world's mightiest car. It is streamlined, 36 feet in length, and has two 3000 horse-power ...

    Article : 113 words
  34. MRS. JAN RUBINI.

    Mrs. Jan Rubini, who formerly was Adele Crane, an Australian actress, and against whom her husband recently filed a divorce application, has lodged a cross-complaint, ...

    Article : 242 words
  35. DEARER FURNITURE.

    Prices of furniture, soft furnishings, and woollen goods, which have been advancing steadily for six months, are expected to rise further in September. ...

    Article : 85 words
  36. AVIATION RADIO SYSTEM.

    The Minister for Defence (Sir Archdale Parkhill) said yesterday that the death of the German radio expert, Mr. H. R. Roderwald, had deprived the technicians installing the ...

    Article : 112 words
  37. POLICE TACT.

    When 600 relief workers assembled outside Parliament House gates to-day to demand an interview with the Premier (Mr. Forgan Smith) and present a claim for improved ...

    Article : 147 words
  38. HOLLYWOOD'S GOLFER

    The State Attorney-General (Mr. Webb) has ruled that the Governor, in accordance with the law, must order the extradition of John Montague, the golfer who has become a ...

    Article : 123 words
  39. WOMAN KILLED.

    Miss Matilda McKay, 25, of Cabramatta Road, Cabramatta, was killed yesterday when she was struck by a log which was being carried on a motor lorry. ...

    Article : 72 words
  40. GRAHAMLAND.

    The Penola, the ship of the British Grahamland Expedition, which, under the leadership of Mr. John Rymill, has been exploring the coastline of South Grahamland, ...

    Article : 63 words
  41. DISUNITY IN THE CHURCH.

    The Archbishop of York, in his presidential address to the World Conference on Faith and order at Edinburgh, said: "We meet to consider the grounds of our disunion, and to find ...

    Article : 95 words
  42. POTTS POINT HOME.

    The sale was reported yesterday of the home of the late Mr. George Judah Cohen, known as Engadine, Onslow Avenue, Potts Point. The property has frontages of 70 feet each ...

    Article : 54 words
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