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  2. CITY RATING.

    Although there has been an addition of £10,000,000 to the city valuations, making the total £71,854,117, rates will be levied by the City Commissioners ...

    Article : 613 words
  3. WEATHER STUDY.

    Dr. L. G. H. Huxley, who arrived in Sydney yesterday from London by the Baradine, hopes to be able, with the aid of a direction-finder, to facilitate weather forecasts materially. The ...

    Article : 245 words
  4. THE CONFERENCE. Delegates in London.

    M. Briand, the French Foreign Minister, and M. Leygues, Minister for Marine, arrived in London last evening to attend the Naval Conference. M. Tardieu, the French Premier, who ...

    Article : 595 words
  5. ALPINE TRAGEDY

    A terrible tragedy resulting in the loss of five lives occurred on the Tasman Glacier, in the Southern Alps, yesterday. ...

    Article : 667 words
  6. BUSHFIRES.

    Bush fires have been raging through several south-east districts during the last two or three days, and considerable damage has been suffered by farmers. ...

    Article : 172 words
  7. HATRY TRIAL.

    Peers, bankers, society women, stockbrokers, and Parliamentarians inundated officials requesting accommodation at the Old Balley to hear the trial of Clarence Hatry and his ...

    Article : 408 words
  8. COAL PRODUCTION. Increases at Rothbury.

    Production of coal at Rothbury Colliery is increasing. It is hoped that eventually a coal train will leave every day for Newcastle. Police raided a secret meeting of militant women at Cessnock yesterday. It is understood that the women were making arrangements for a ...

    Article : 332 words
  9. NEXT TEST TEAM.

    For some years Australia has been bewailing the dearth of bowlers. Yet it is quite possible that the strongest department of the next Australian Eleven will be bowling. ...

    Article : 706 words
  10. AMMONIA EXPLOSION.

    Two men were overcome by the fumes, and the staff was forced to run into the street, when a pipe conveying ammonia exploded in the Wentworth Hotel, Church Hill, ...

    Article : 147 words
  11. PRINCE OF WALES.

    The liner Kenilworth Castle, which encountered a violent south-easterly gale during the voyage, arrived at daybreak with the Prince of Wales on board. ...

    Article : 136 words
  12. SAYONARA CUP.

    By winning the third heat of the series yesterday afternoon the Vanessa (Mr. P. S. Arnott) retained the Sayonara Cup for 1930 for New South Wales against the challenge ...

    Article : 330 words
  13. ROTHBURY.

    All remained quiet locally to-day, and police activity was considerably lessened. Police authorities are not expecting trouble from the miners for the present, but they say that ...

    Article : 214 words
  14. UNION DEMANDS.

    The conference convened by the A.L.P. executive to discuss the coal situation will take place at the Trades Hall to-morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock. Urgent Invitations ...

    Article : 375 words
  15. AMERICAN TARIFF.

    The New York "World " in a leading article commenting on the forthcoming review of the Tariff Bill before the Senate, states "That body will then have an opportunity to ...

    Article : 210 words
  16. THE KING'S SPEECH.

    Not only will the King's speech at the opening of the Naval Conference in London to-day be broadcast to British listeners, but arrangements have been made for its relay ...

    Article : 182 words
  17. TWO FATALITIES.

    Two distressing fatalities shocked Armidale at the week-end. Phoebe Godfrey, aged 16 years, daughter of Mr. H. Godfrey, staff surveyor of the Armidale ...

    Article : 221 words
  18. NEAR ROCKS.

    Those aboard the powerful cruising launch Lotus II. had a thrilling experience just before nightfall yesterday, when the vessel was being driven towards the perilous Bombora near ...

    Article : 218 words
  19. ABORTIVE CONFERENCE.

    The Premier (Mr. Bavin) admitted yesterday that the conference with the Prime Minister (Mr. Scullin) in Melbourne at the weekend had been abortive. ...

    Article : 146 words
  20. BRITISH POLITICS.

    Although the Naval Conference is almost monopolising attention over the week-end, the Press does not overlook the new session of Parliament, which one writer suggests may ...

    Article : 176 words
  21. AIR DISASTERS.

    It is reported from Rome that Warrantofficer Dal Molln, who came second in the Schneider Cup race in September, was killed when his 'plane crashed in a test flight at ...

    Article : 118 words
  22. FIRES AT TAMWOTRH.

    Two fires broke out at Tamworth to-day, making 11 in 20 days. A number of packing cases and some fencing caught alight at the rear of premises in ...

    Article : 119 words
  23. WATERSIDE WORKERS.

    The decision of the Sydney branch of the Waterside Workers' Federation to impose a levy of 2/ ft week for the miners has aroused a storm of protest from the members. A ...

    Article : 183 words
  24. NIGHT OF TERROR.

    Caught in the full fury of the cyclone which swept Vanua Levu, in the Fiji Islands, recently, Mrs. Trevor Jones spent a night of terror. She lost everything she possessed ...

    Article : 345 words
  25. DR. PELTZER IN MELBOURNE.

    Dr. Otto Peltzer, the German athlete, declared to-day that his actionn in not wishing to run with G. Golding at the international athletic carnival at the Sydney Cricket Ground ...

    Article : 211 words
  26. POLICE REPORT.

    The police deny suggestions that there was a riot in the city streets on Sunday. The Rothbury Pipe Band was to have headed a procession from Eddy-avenue to the ...

    Article : 221 words
  27. "GROSS INSULT."

    When asked to comment on the statements made by Mr. James, M.P., and Mr. Baddeley, M.L.A., at Cessnock regarding the police, the Premier (Mr. Bavin) said yesterday that he ...

    Article : 403 words
  28. MR. CHICHESTER.

    Mr. Chichester, the New Zealand aviator, who is flying to Australia, arrived here at 4.17 p.m. to-day. He will resume his flight on Wednesday morning. ...

    Article : 68 words
  29. YACHT WRECKED.

    According to a message received last night by the Deputy-Director of Navigation (Captain Bolger), a fishing yacht painted white has been wrecked near Erith Island, in the ...

    Article : 104 words
  30. REPARATIONS PAYMENTS.

    At The Hague conference a compromise was eventually reached by which Italy will receive 10,000,000 gold marks from Czechoslovakia in respect of the liberation of loans, ...

    Article : 302 words
  31. TRAY OF DIAMOND RINGS.

    A tray of diamond rings, valued at £500, was stolen from the shop of Mr. O. K. Blum, Jeweller, Gouger-street, Adelaide, shortly before 2 o'clock to-day. ...

    Article : 125 words
  32. "BLACK" BAN.

    It was thought that at the meeting of the Branxton Miners' Lodge to-day one of the two hotels in Branxton would be declared "white" airain. Although a proposal was ...

    Article : 323 words
  33. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    Sir Bertram Mackcnnal has received the King's commission for a marble statue of the late Queen Alexandra. The council of the British Engineers' ...

    Article : 278 words
  34. MOTORSHIP TISNAREN.

    Cable advice was received yesterday by the Sydney Marine Undeiwriters' Association that the Swedish motorship Tlsnaren, bound from Australian ports to Hamburg, had been ...

    Article : 88 words
  35. STOLEN CAR.

    A motor car, which was stolen from a city street last night was subsequently found in flames in some bush at Fahfleld. It was totally destroyed. ...

    Article : 135 words
  36. FIGHTING IN TRIPOLI.

    The Tripoll Post Office repoits that in a fight against rebels, Italian troops captured and occupied Mumik, giving them command of the entire inland poitlon of Tilpoli. Italy ...

    Article : 93 words
  37. ARRESTS AT SAMOA.

    Chief Tuinalillfano returned from the bush into Leauvaa village yesterday, and was arrested. He was taken to Apia, and there charged with wearing the Mau lavalava at ...

    Article : 86 words
  38. MAIL CAR BURNT.

    A motor car carrying mails from South Grafton to Tyrbigham caught fire on the road and was destroyed, together with most of the luggage and one mailbag. ...

    Article : 91 words
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