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  2. ROTHBURY COAL. Question of Haulage.

    The question whether Australian Railways Union labour will be available for the haulage of coal from Rothbury colliery is to be decided by a ballot of members of the union ...

    Article : 272 words
  3. CONFLICT AT APIA.

    News has been received here that two Samoans and one police constable were killed, and 30 Samoans and several police injured, in an affray at Apia, arising out of ...

    Article : 348 words
  4. CHIEF JUSTICE.

    There was a dramatic development in the High Court on Saturday morning in the case to test the validity of the award for the coal industry made recently by Judge Beeby. ...

    Article : 992 words
  5. ISOLATED.

    Washaways at intervals extending over 450 miles of the north-south railway have made train services impossible, and all connection with the ...

    Article : 394 words
  6. GANDHI'S DEMAND.

    The working committee of the Indian National Congress, consisting of the executive members of Congress, has adopted a resolution by Mr. Gandhi, which, while ...

    Article : 326 words
  7. PROPAGANDA.

    The text is issued of the Notes exchanged on December 20 between the newly-appointed Russian Ambassador in London, M. Sokolnikoff, and Mr. Henderson, the British Foreign ...

    Article : 774 words
  8. YACHT RACE.

    After a gruelling struggle of 42 hours, mostly spent in a howling gale, the Victorian yacht Oimara won the ocean race across Bass Strait, crossing the winning line at Low Head at ...

    Article : 1,554 words
  9. GREAT ISSUES. Three Conferences.

    Conferences of great moment, for which diplomatists throughout the world have long been preparing, will be held during January. The ...

    Article : 782 words
  10. ASHTONFIELDS MINERS.

    Ashtonfields, an unassociated colliery near East Maitland, has for some time been working with men who are not members of the Miners' Federation. A few days ago a ...

    Article : 416 words
  11. TRADE REVIEW.

    Financial writers are summing up 1929 almost unanimously as dismal, and only a few of them show much inclination to be optimistic regarding 1930. ...

    Article : 734 words
  12. BLOODSTAINS.

    Bankstown police were startled yesterday afternoon, when a man dashed into the station, exclaiming: "My wife has disappeared! The bedroom is covered in blood. Someone ...

    Article : 353 words
  13. THE CYCLONE. Damage on Clarence.

    The effects of the cyclonic disturbance experienced in some parts of the Clarence River district are much more serious than was at first thought. Damage to property is ...

    Article : 245 words
  14. PICKETING CONTINUES.

    Members of the Rothbury miners' lodge continued the picketing of the colliery during the week-end. Numbering between 30 and 40, they [?]tered on the road leading to the mine ...

    Article : 403 words
  15. PALESTINE INQUIRY.

    The Palestine Commission of Inquiry, which ends its sitting to-day, has issued a statement to the people of Palestine. The statement says: "The witnesses whose ...

    Article : 260 words
  16. FINER WEATHER.

    The arrival of a southerly change on the coast of New South Wales on Saturday night was responsible for cooler weather. During the day excessive humidity, combined with a ...

    Article : 119 words
  17. JAPAN'S DELEGATION.

    The Japanese delegation to the Naval Conference arrived in London via America, and was welcomed on behalf of the Cabinet and the Admiralty. The ex-Premier of Japan, Mr. ...

    Article : 648 words
  18. NEW YEAR HONOURS.

    The State Government has made a number of recommendations to the Home Office for inclusion in the list of New Year Honours. But there will probably be no ...

    Article : 294 words
  19. LEAKING ROOFS

    Many structural defects in the Federal Houses of Parliament were revealed after the heavy rains of the past three days. In several places the rain came through ...

    Article : 236 words
  20. MAN DROWNED.

    Redhead, a few miles south of Newcastle, was to-day the scene of a pathetic drowning accident. Jack Sanderson, 36, of Truda-street Lambton, was carried out to sea by a strong ...

    Article : 418 words
  21. CUTTING UP R101.

    A great change is to be made in the structure of the airship R101. This involves cutting the airship in two and inserting another complete bay, with a gas bag of about 500,000 ...

    Article : 218 words
  22. EARTHQUAKE.

    An earth tremor which lasted for about ten seconds was experienced in the northern part of Tasmania at 11.25 on Saturday morning. Houses were severely shaken, and there was ...

    Article : 146 words
  23. ANTARCTICA.

    The Oslo newspaper "Tidenstegn' publishes a report from Captain Rilser Larsen, the Arctic explorer and airman, stating that he and a fellow airman, Holm, hoisted the ...

    Article : 277 words
  24. CLOVELLY MYSTERY.

    Mrs. Kathleen Donoghue, of 71 Arden-street, Clevelly, was awakened from her sleep at her home at 1.50 a.m. on Sunday by a strange sound. She also immediately noticed ...

    Article : 231 words
  25. WILSON PEACE AWARD.

    The Woodrow Wilson Foundation, under the provision of its charter, permitting its annual award of a prize for the promotion of peace to groups as well as individuals, has ...

    Article : 143 words
  26. DISASTROUS FIRE.

    A file which caused damage estimated at £10,000 at Esy early this morning is believed to have been started in an attempt to blow open the safe in the store which was ...

    Article : 129 words
  27. DE HAVILLAND AND CO.

    Because it is believed that more business will be obtained in New South Wales the De Haviland Aircraft Pty., Ltd., intends to remove its factory from Melbourne to Sydney. ...

    Article : 100 words
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