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  2. VICIOUS ATTACKS

    The Consul-General for China (Mr. F. T. Sung) has forwarded a strongly-worded complaint to the Prime Minister (Mr. Scullin) at Canberra, directing the Government's ...

    Article : 361 words
  3. FEDERAL SPOILS

    The Federal Ministry, at an early date, will be called upon to fill a number of highly-paid positions and create a few new ones. Ministers have been deluged with ...

    Article : 1,062 words
  4. GHAMPION ATHLETE. Leo Lermond in Sydney.

    Leo Lermond, the United States national mile champion runner and Olympic representative, arrived in Sydney by the Sonoma yesterday. He will compete in Sydney on ...

    Article : 475 words
  5. THE DISCOVERY.

    The following messages, sent on December 23 and December 25 have been received by the Department of External Affairs from the British-Australian-New Zealand Antarctic ...

    Article : 423 words
  6. CINEMA DISASTER.

    Alexander Durward, manager of the Glen Cinema, Paisley, has been arrested and charged with culpable homicide. Jan. 1. ...

    Article : 528 words
  7. THE ANTARCTIC.

    Three hundred miles of coastline were added to the map ot the world on the last day of 1929. Our first attempt to penetrate the unknown ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 404 words
  8. ROTHBURY. Railway Trouble Averted.

    The Railway Commissioners have decided to man the trains that take provisions into Rothbury with officers of the department who ure not members of the Locomotive Englnedriver, ...

    Article : 476 words
  9. THE NEW YEAR Britain's Goal.

    Britain, at the opening of 1930, faces a prospect overcast with uncertainty. All surveys of the year's outlook are tinged with pessimism. The attainment ...

    Article : 873 words
  10. DEMENTED MOTHER

    A frightful tragedy occurred yesterday morning, when a demented mother, Mrs. Iris Osborne, murdered her five-year-old daughter, and then committed suicide, in a ...

    Article : 894 words
  11. ROAD ACCIDENTS.

    One of the most potent causes of the appalling list of week-end accidents is the narrow carriageway provided on the principal roads leading to the touring resorts. ...

    Article : 593 words
  12. DR. PELTZER IN BRISBANE.

    Dr. Otto Peltzer, famous German athlete, and holder of many world's records for middle distance running, spent a few hours in Brisbane to-day during the time the Changte, on ...

    Article : 170 words
  13. WORLD'S AIR RECORDS.

    The Royal Air Force will renew its efforts in 1930 to secure air records for Britain. There will be attempts on the altitude, longdistance, and speed records. ...

    Article : 180 words
  14. WORK AT SOUTHERN MINES.

    It is possible that work will be resumed at all southern mines on Monday. Mr. Lowden (president of the Southern Miners' Union) Informed a "Herald" representative this ...

    Article : 86 words
  15. A CITY'S TRANSPORT.

    The city transport system at Rome has been revolutionised. The change-over took place on n single day, but as the day happened to be wet there was endless confusion. ...

    Article : 63 words
  16. INCOME TAX.

    The first batch of State income tax assessments were issued yesterday by the Taxation Commissioner (Mr. McMahon). Over 1000 assessment notices were ...

    Article : 138 words
  17. PEACE AT ROTHBURY.

    Work by volunteer labour was resumed at the Rothbury colliery to-day after yesterday's holiday. Picketing of the mine by members of the Rothbury Miners' Lodge continued on ...

    Article : 374 words
  18. WORK IN PALESTINE.

    The Colonial Office Issues a statement showing a satisfactory reduction of unemployment in Palestine. During the month of October, unemployment among both Jews and Arabs ...

    Article : 140 words
  19. AIRCRAFT CONSTRUCTION.

    The first prise of 100,000 dollars In the Guggenheim air safety competition has been awarded the Curtis Company for the performance of Its entry. ...

    Article : 88 words
  20. NEW GUINEA.

    Aerial transport has proved a boon to the white residents of New Guinea, according to Dr. W. J. Ferguson, of Brewarrina, near Bourke, who travelled on the Marslna on her ...

    Article : 381 words
  21. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    Letters from London carried on the Indian air mall In the inaugural month of April averaged 12,000 a week. December's average was 40,000. One liner, carrying Christmas ...

    Article : 204 words
  22. ALLEGED BOMB PLOT.

    A report from Paris says that intercepted letters, and the discovery of explosives, led to the arrest of three prominent anti-Fosclsts suspected of hatching a plot to bomb Slgnor ...

    Article : 150 words
  23. REPARATIONS.

    Delegates are assembling at The Hague for the opening of the Reparations Conference. The duration of the conference is uncertain, but every effort will be made to finish it ...

    Article : 124 words
  24. MT. ISA STRIKE.

    There is no truth in allegations that people have been assaulted and threatened by beer strikers at Mt. Isa, according to a report received by the Commissioner of Police, ...

    Article : 373 words
  25. CRITICISM OF EXECUTIVE.

    Serious dissatisfaction is being expressed by miners' lodges on the South Maitland coalfields against the way in which the miners' side of the coal dispute is being conducted ...

    Article : 293 words
  26. OVER £26,000,000.

    Statistics completed by the Probate Office show that during last year the value of estates left by testators in New South Wales amounted to £20,089,382. ...

    Article : 156 words
  27. MINOR DAMAGE.

    Undulations in two plates near the stern and slight damage to the propeller on the port Bide aft, are the only external marks carried by tile cruiser Canberra of a grounding ...

    Article : 300 words
  28. UNITED STATES TRADE.

    The United States Chamber of Commerce, analysing American foreign trade for the first nine months of 1929, says: Exports to Australia, our seventh best customer, totalled ...

    Article : 84 words
  29. EGYPTIAN POLITICS.

    A report from Cairo says that Nahas Pasha has foimed a Government. Nairns writing to King Puad, states that he win riotjiii his nrocramme In the speech from ...

    Article : 69 words
  30. HUMAN REMAINS FOUND.

    On Boxing Day, 1928, Mrs. charles Bloomfield, 72, wife of Mr, Charles Bloomfield, of Warrill Creek, disappeared whilst spending a holiday with her adopted dauchter, Mrs. ...

    Article : 178 words
  31. PROFESSIONAL RUNNING.

    T. J. Mlles, the Australian professional runner, starting from scratch, was beaten in the first round of the Powderhall Sprint Handlcan at Edinburgh. ...

    Article : 72 words
  32. WAR MEMORIAL CARILLON.

    Smoking a cigarette and wearing mittens, Mr. Clifford Pall brought his hands down on the keys as the Lord Mayor of London pressed the signal button for the Wellington (N.Z.) ...

    Article : 168 words
  33. TOLL OF THE MOTOR.

    There were 083 accidents in the city and suburbs of Adelaide, exclusive of Port Adelaide, during 1929. In 635 cases nobody was hurt, but of the ...

    Article : 157 words
  34. DRAPERY STORE.

    The drapery store of J. Abraham, in HighStreet, West Maitland, was destroyed by fire early this morning, and the damage runs into several thousands of pounds. ...

    Article : 125 words
  35. FIRE BRIGADES UNION.

    The secretary of the Fire Brigades Union (Mr. J. McNamara) has notified the secretary of the Labour Council (Mr. J. S. Garden) that his union has decided to withdraw from ...

    Article : 73 words
  36. GENERAL SMUTS IN CANADA.

    General Jan Smuts, who Is on his first visit to Canada in the interests of the League of Nations, hi a talk to newspaper men, said that the basis of the League was the British ...

    Article : 74 words
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