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  2. LABOUR UNREST.

    Growing uneasiness because of the tactics of Mr. Curtin is apparent among New South Wales members who formerly comprised the Lang group in ...

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  3. AIRCRAFT BUILDING.

    The Minister for Defence (Sir Archdale Parkhill) declared in the House of Representatives to-day that the aircraft manufacturing industry ...

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  4. AIR MAILS.

    Five Cabinet Ministers will now comprise the sub-committee appointed by the Federal Cabinet to consider the British Government's air-mail plan. ...

    Article : 415 words
  5. MR. STEVENS'S RETURN.

    The political uncertainty created by the conflict between the United Australia party and the United Country party on the relief works ...

    Article : 504 words
  6. DEFENCE.

    British Labour is on the eve of a momentous decision conditionally to withdraw its opposition to the Government's armaments programme. ...

    Article : 152 words
  7. BESIEGED REBELS.

    The Spanish rebels have opened a heavy offensive against Toledo, south of Madrid, and they claim to have inflicted 1000 casualties upon the ...

    Article : 167 words
  8. POLAR SHIP WRECKED.

    Dr. Jean Baptiste Charcot, the famous French polar explorer, and a party of scientists were drowned when the ship Pourquoi-Pas sank in a ...

    Article : 319 words
  9. MARRIAGES.

    The number of marriages in New South Wales during the six months ended June 30 last—11,511—was the highest on record in this State for a ...

    Article : 314 words
  10. LITTLE ENTENTE.

    Signor Mussolini's decision to call a meeting of the Foreign Ministers of Italy, Austria, and Hungary, at Vienna, which is officially announced, is regarded as a reply to the ...

    Article : 242 words
  11. INDEMNITY SOUGHT.

    France has demanded an indemnity of £4000 from the insurgent authorities in Tetuan (Morocco), because they executed a Frenchman, Henri Aguilard. The time limit ...

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  12. PRIMAGE DUTIES.

    A proclamation was issued to-night in a special Commonwealth Gazette, providing for abolitions of and reductions in primage duties, mainly in ...

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  13. U.S. SQUADRON.

    In view of the civil war in spam and the disturbed conditions in Europe generally, the Navy Department, on instructions from the Department of State, has re-established the ...

    Article : 119 words
  14. MP. PLANS NOVEL DINNER.

    The member for the Northern Territory in the House of Representatives (Mr. Blain) intends to entertain members of the Federal Cabinet at a novel dinner at Parliament House, ...

    Article : 144 words
  15. LIFE OF TRAGEDY.

    A few days after learning that he had inherited £66,000 from his father, Keith Burfield, 29, a salesman, was sentenced at the Old Bailey to-day to nine months' ...

    Article : 163 words
  16. N.Z. CONFERENCE.

    The Australian delegation to the conference in Wellington (N.Z.), to consider the establishment of an air mail service between Australia and New Zealand will be:— ...

    Article : 309 words
  17. ENGLISH CRICKETERS

    Visiting Gibraltar as the guests of the Governor (General Sir Charles Harington), the English cricketers who are going to Australia saw the "No-man's Land" camp, where ...

    Article : 156 words
  18. THE KING.

    The King, who, according to present arrangements, will leave for Balmoral (Scotland) on Friday, transacted State business at Buckingham Palace yesterday. ...

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  19. MORE WORKS.

    Employment for more than 436 men will be provided by the expenditure of £199,973 on public works in Manly and Hunter's Hill municipalities, and in the ...

    Article : 416 words
  20. SENATOR SUSPENDED.

    A scene culminating in the suspension for the sitting of Senator Brown (Lab., Qld.) occurred when the Senate met this afternoon. Senator Brown was "named" by the ...

    Article : 358 words
  21. STRIKERS CONDUCT FACTORY.

    Stay-in strikers at a Lyons artificial silk factory have begun conducting the factory themselves, according to the Paris correspondent of the "Daily Telegraph." ...

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  22. PORTUGUESE LEGION.

    A decree has been issued by the Portuguese Government, authorising the formation of the "Portuguese Legion," a voluntary army, to combat Communism and anarchism. ...

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  23. R.A.F. CAMP.

    The erection of an Air Force training camp at Penrhos, Carnarvon, Wales, was cited as an immoral violation of the rights of the Welsh nation, when Professor Saunders Lewis, the ...

    Article : 215 words
  24. MEMBERS

    Unusual expedition was shown by members of the House of Representatives at a late hour to-night in dealing with the Financial Relief Bill. ...

    Article : 310 words
  25. BAN ON PRESS

    A meeting of the Labour Council decided last night to exclude the representative of the official organ of the State Labour party from future meetings. ...

    Article : 201 words
  26. ENGLISH LIBERALS.

    A meeting of the council of the Liberal party in London yesterday passed a resolution, calling attention to the gravity of the international situation and to the need for a ...

    Article : 104 words
  27. COMMUNISM IN INDIA.

    In an address to a meeting of Europeans, Sir Brojendra Lal Mitter, a leading barrister and a member of the Bengal Executive Council, said that, in recent months, young Indians ...

    Article : 112 words
  28. NEW BRITISH BOMBER.

    Britain's latest heavy bomber—a large, twinengined monoplane—is now in an advanced stage of its flying trials, according to advics received in Sydney by the Shell Company. ...

    Article : 174 words
  29. WHEAT SHORTAGE.

    The Washington correspondent of the "Herald-Tribune" reports that the Department of Agriculture and Commerce estimates that the nation must import about 42,000,000 ...

    Article : 66 words
  30. ARAB REVOLT.

    The Jerusalem correspondent of "The Times" says: "Local meetings are being held in Palestine to-day to consider how to end the strike and the campaign of violence. This the ...

    Article : 187 words
  31. GOVERNMENT'S OBJECTIVE

    The Minister for Labour and Industry (Mr. J. M. Dunningham), addressing a meeting of U.A.P. supporters in the Masonic Hall, Croydon, last night, said that in pursuing its ...

    Article : 171 words
  32. TENSION EASES.

    The tension at Pakhol (Kwangtung) has been eased by the withdrawal of the Chinese 19th Route Army, which permitted the Japanese to land to investigate the murder ...

    Article : 86 words
  33. WOMEN IN CHURCH.

    Commenting on the cabled statement of the Bishop of Birmingham (Dr. Barnes) that sex alone should not bar women from high offices of the Church, and that wise, firm, and kindly ...

    Article : 118 words
  34. CAR MANUFACTURE.

    The secretary of the Chamber of Automotive Industries of New South Wales (Mr. H. C. Jones), replying to the statement of the Prime Minister (Mr. Lyons), published ...

    Article : 299 words
  35. CONTROL OF DOGS.

    A resolution urging that power should be given to local authorities to prohibit the keeping or to order the sterilisation of any dog or animal known to be dangerous or a probable ...

    Article : 117 words
  36. RE-MARRY ON SAME DAY.

    Mr. C. W. A. Scott, who, with Mr. T. Campbell Black, won the Melbourne Centenary air race, married Miss Greta Bremner, of Melbourne, a sister of Miss Marie Bremner, the ...

    Article : 91 words
  37. BOOM IN BRITAIN.

    Mr. R. A. Malloch, managing director of Messrs. Dangar, Gedye, and Co., Ltd., who returned to Sydney by the Mongolia yesterday, after having visited the United States, the ...

    Article : 206 words
  38. MR. JAMES MOLLISON.

    Mr. James Mollison is going to New York to attempt his third Atlantic flight. It will be made in a Bellanca "Flash" machine, which is capable of 270 miles an hour, and is reputed ...

    Article : 113 words
  39. SHOTS FROM CAR.

    A man seated in a motor car parked in St. Kilda-road, fired five shots from a repeating rifle and wounded the third engineer of the liner Nieuw Zeelond this afternoon. ...

    Article : 151 words
  40. THREEPENNY BIT

    The mint authorities have submitted proposals for a threepenny piece to the Treasury. If sanctioned by a Royal proclamation, the coin will be issued soon. It will be made ...

    Article : 191 words
  41. OLD-AGE PENSIONS.

    When the Budget debate is resumed in the House of Representatives the Opposition will launch a strong campaign for the restoration of old age and invalid pensions to the ...

    Article : 133 words
  42. INJURED MINER.

    After a jury had returned a finding of accidental death at the inquest to-day into the death of Horace John Stodden, 28, who was killed in an explosion at the Zinc Corporation ...

    Article : 111 words
  43. REFERENDUM.

    The Prime Minister (Mr. Lyons) asked a deputation from the Wheat-growers' Federation to-day to support the Federal Government's referendum proposals. ...

    Article : 92 words
  44. EMPIRE PARK.

    Lord Lothian (president) and Sir Lionel Earle (treasurer) of the Coronation Planting Committee, in a letter to "The Times," state that the central committee has proposed to ...

    Article : 58 words
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