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  2. COALOWNERS AND MINERS

    Representatives of the owners and miners' unions conferred in Canberra to-day with the Prime Minister (Mr. Bruce) and the Premier of New South Wales (Mr. Bavin). The miners' delegates agreed to submit to the combined unions, ...

    Article : 122 words
  3. SECRET BALLOT.

    An order, signed by Judge Lukin, of the Commonwealth Arbitration Court, was served yesterday upon the secretary of the New South Wales branch of the Timber Workers' Union ...

    Article : 770 words
  4. BOMB OUTRAGE.

    Thrown by one of two men who were seen to escape on a motor cycle and sidecar, a bomb completely wrecked the inside of two small brick houses in Howard-street, North ...

    Article : 258 words
  5. PLANE CRASHES.

    After taking off from the Richmond aerodrome on a trial flight yesterday afternoon, a new D.H. Moth struck the top of [?] tree and crashed from a height of about 5[?] feet. ...

    Article : 451 words
  6. NEW TREATY.

    A report from Amsterdam says that the Dutch newspapers, although not commenting on the matter, give prominence to what the "Utrechtsch Dagblad" claims to be ...

    Article : 437 words
  7. PEACE EFFORTS.

    Mr. James MacDougall, president of the Victorian Chamber of Manufactures, and leader of the employers' delegation at the Peace Conference, stated last night that ...

    Article : 704 words
  8. RESCUED.

    A message from Peshawar reports that Sir Francis Humphrys, British Minister, and members of the legation staff's at Kabul, have arrived there by air, and had a rousing ...

    Article : 96 words
  9. THE KING.

    It was officially stated at Bognor that the King had a good night and had passed a quiet day. The weather was dull throughout the day, and hardly a ray of sunshine penetrated ...

    Article : 92 words
  10. NO EVIDENCE OF DUMPING.

    Opening the conference, the Prime Minister (Mr. Bruce) said that the Government proposed to appoint a Royal Commission to inquire into the coal industry and see whether ...

    Article : 3,633 words
  11. THE ARAFURA.

    Reassuring messages were received yesterday from the Eastern and Australian liner Arafura, bound from Japan to Brisbane, Sydney, and Melbourne. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 433 words
  12. GERMANY.

    The "Daily Chronicle," in a message from Berlin, states that the German political parties are haggling over the formation of a Government which would be able to replace ...

    Article : 231 words
  13. JACOB JOHNSON.

    The Comptroller-General of Prisons yesterday afternoon received instructions from the Federal authorities to release Jacob Johnson (formerly secretary of the Seamen's ...

    Article : 267 words
  14. GERMAN COMMENT.

    The "Daily Express," in a message from Berlin, states that the publication of the secret Franco-Belgian pact in Holland is recanted in German political circles as ...

    Article : 78 words
  15. POLICE STRIKE.

    A mob of demonstrators stormed the Legation quarter of Peking late yesterday in connection with the strike of the Legation police. Native troops, temporarily guarding the ...

    Article : 120 words
  16. GENERAL ELECTION.

    Elaborate arrangements are already in hand for the general election, which will be unlike any ever fought in England. The oratory and propaganda will be mass-produced and ...

    Article : 189 words
  17. INFLUENZA.

    The serious outbreaks of influenza in different parts of the world, were referred yesterday to Dr. J. S. Purdy, Medical Officer of Health. He was asked if he regarded these ...

    Article : 240 words
  18. TRADE UNION CONGRESS.

    Whilst employers are still hopeful of achieving something towards industrial peace, statements were made at the Trades Hall yesterday that the A.C.T.U. now realised that, ...

    Article : 385 words
  19. CANBERRA VISIT.

    Goulburn cricket officials are concerned at the suggestion emanating from Canberra that the English eleven had no knowledge of the preparations made [?] regard to the visit to ...

    Article : 220 words
  20. CHINESE REBELLION.

    The Shantung revolt is reported to have been temporarily suppressed, victory favouring the Nationalists. Chefoo, the rebels' objective, is quiet, and business is continuing ...

    Article : 131 words
  21. THE KANOWNA.

    Giving evidence before the Court of Marine Inquiry, which to-day began an investigation into the loss of the A.U.S.N. liner Kanowna, the master of the vessel (Captain A. W. ...

    Article : 495 words
  22. YOUNG AUSTRALIANS

    A message from Montgomery (Alabama) states that the Young Australians, who are touring America, after spending the morning mobilising, arrived at Montgomery. They were ...

    Article : 112 words
  23. ROTARY ATTACKED.

    A report from Rome says that [?] Roman Catholic attack on Rotary has been officially Sanctioned by the Vatican organ, "Osservatore Romano" to-day, by reprinting an article ...

    Article : 95 words
  24. HUMAN SKULL.

    The human skull, which was found on Sunday floating in the water off Cremorne Point, was examined by doctors yesserday, and it was found to be that of an adult person. It ...

    Article : 202 words
  25. BUSY SEASON.

    The New South Wales Rugby Union has a busy season ahead, what with competition games and the visit of the New Zealand, Queensland, and Victorian teams. The ...

    Article : 308 words
  26. STANDING ARMIES.

    To-day Sonntor Tydings will offer a resolution proposing an international conference of signatories of the Kellogg Pact to agree on a pact for the limitation of standing armies, ...

    Article : 89 words
  27. ANTARCTIC EXPLORATION.

    The "New York Times," commenting editorially upon Sir Douglas Mawson's [?] dation of Commander Byrd's work, states that the latter could wish for no finer compliment, ...

    Article : 100 words
  28. £3,160,254 DECREASE.

    The value of the metals and minerals won in New South Wales last year was £15,337,158, a decrease of £3,100,254 compared with 1927. The output of coal at 9,448,197 tons was the ...

    Article : 231 words
  29. COMPOSER'S DEATH.

    The death has occurred at Paris of Andre Messager, the composer. [By his light, graceful style and imaginative charm, Andre Messager gained a high place ...

    Article : 205 words
  30. POLO

    After a fast and brilliant game, a four representing the United States of America, defeated the Australian-Hawalian polo team by 10 goals to 7. The game was played at ...

    Article : 163 words
  31. ARMY ESTIMATES.

    The Army Estimates for 1929 amount to £40,545,000, a decrease of £5[?]5,000 on last year and of £21,755,000 since 1922. The present personnel is 150,500, a reduction of 3000 ...

    Article : 131 words
  32. ALEXANDRIA FIRE.

    The damage to the Alexandria property of Messrs. William Adams and Co., Ltd., done by fire last week, is estimated at less than £20,000, and is fully covered by insurance. ...

    Article : 63 words
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