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  2. CENSURE.

    By 41 votes to 29 the censure motion moved by the leader of the Opposition (Mr. Scuilln) was negatived in the House of Representatives this afternoon. ...

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  3. THE ARAFURA.

    Again in tow after a terriffic experience in the cyclone, the disabled Eastern and Australlan liner Arafurn is moving towards Brisbane in fair weather. ...

    Article : 280 words
  4. MAN KILLS WIFE

    Standing within 50 yards of her five-year-old son at the corner of Henry and Scott streets, Fivedock, shortly after one o'clock yesterday afternoon, Hazel Christina Sly, 26, of ...

    Article : 711 words
  5. HONOURS.

    In the New Year's honours list are the following:- PEERAGES. Sir Jesse Boot, of the well-known firm of ...

    Article : 512 words
  6. BRIGHT BATTING.

    Victoria gave a very good display in the return match against England, played on the Melbourne Ground to-day in beautiful weather and on a perfect wicket. Ryder was delighted ...

    Article : 1,452 words
  7. SEA POWER.

    The House of Representatives to-day adopted the conference report on the Navy Appropriation Bill, carrying 360,235,697 dollars for the fiscal year 1930, including ...

    Article : 340 words
  8. 12,000 MEN LEAVE THE MINES

    More than 12,000 miners and other colliery employees, employed at some 20 collieries on the northern coalfields, walked workless from the pits when their notices automatically expired this afternoon. The prospects are a long period of idleness. ...

    Article : 62 words
  9. QUIET DEPARTURE.

    Following instructions from the lodge officials, the miners made no demonstrations, They walked from the cage and drew their pay. There was good-humoured banter about ...

    Article : 1,032 words
  10. MISSING TUG.

    Attention of shipping circles has been taken from the Arafura to the plight of the tug Coringa, which has not been heard of since late on Wednesday night, when she broke ...

    Article : 145 words
  11. THE KING.

    It was officially Stated at Bognor that the King had passed a quiet day. The sun shone brilliantly during the afternoon, and there was very little wind. Consequently, his ...

    Article : 127 words
  12. MINERS' DECISION.

    The conference of combined unions in the mining Industry, which has been sitting at the Miners' Federation offices in Sydney, to consider the recent proposals of Mr. Bruce, ...

    Article : 349 words
  13. BROKEN HILL.

    In the Legislative Assembly yesterday, Mr. J. C. L. Fitzpatrick said that a condition of lawlessness existed in Broken Hill, and that the citizens were suffering as a result. ...

    Article : 224 words
  14. BRITISH ARMY.

    Speaking on the Army estimates in the House of Commons, Sir Laming Worthington Evans, Secretary of State for War, compared British expenditure with that of ...

    Article : 181 words
  15. THE ANTARCTIC.

    Sir Douglas Mawson, discussing his arrangements for taking over the Discovery, which is at present in West India Dock nearing completion, said that, provided there was ...

    Article : 176 words
  16. SETTLEMENT REACHED.

    A settlement of the strike of municipal workers was reached to-night. The City Council employee who made the cause of the strike is to be transferred from the ...

    Article : 44 words
  17. MINERS GO FISHING.

    Already there is an exodus of miners to Lake Macqunrle, where they intend to camp, and supplement their food supply by fishing. Bellbird Colliery was idle to-day for the ...

    Article : 57 words
  18. SOLDIERS DAY.

    A gentle but firm request to "buy a tin hat" was the first hint to people arriving in the city streets yesterday morning that Soldiers' Day had arrived. All day ...

    Article : 591 words
  19. BAG-SNATCHING.

    There were two instances yesterday of thieves snatching money from womon in the streets in full view of passers-by. A constable captured one of the offenders, but the ...

    Article : 241 words
  20. REPLY TO ATTACK.

    On the steamship Berengarla to-day, Mr. R. B. Sutton, president of Rotary International, gave the Australian Press Association the following exclusive statement: "The recent attack ...

    Article : 289 words
  21. SOME PITS OPERATE.

    The daily output of the collieries which have ceased working is estimated at 36,000 tons. The only supplies of coal now avallable from the north will be from Wallarah (1250 tons ...

    Article : 62 words
  22. THE FORGERY.

    The "Utrechtsch Dagblad" in its evening edition, returns to the matter of a secret Franco-Belgian Convention, and publishes what purports to be the complete minutes ...

    Article : 399 words
  23. TRUCKS OVER BODY.

    Overtaken during a blinding rainstorm by a rake of trucks as he was crossing the railway line to-day, James Simes, senior, formerly manager of the local butter factory, was ...

    Article : 95 words
  24. £1000 FINE.

    Summoned before Judge Lukin, in the Arbitration Court to-day for having committed a breach of the award by creating a strike, the Timber Workers' Union was ...

    Article : 514 words
  25. WOMAN KILLED.

    A young woman was killed and two men were Injured, about 8 o'clock last night, when a motor car, which was travelling along the Western-rond, near Pendie Hill, skidded and ...

    Article : 194 words
  26. TWO MEN LOST.

    Flying the Finnish flag the bargue Ponape anchored off Williamstown to-day, with a cargo ot timber The vessel, which left Sunds[?] (Sweden), on October 12. ...

    Article : 235 words
  27. POLITICAL OUTLOOK.

    Some surprise was caused in the House of Lords to-day by an outspoken speech by the Marquess of Salisbury (Lord Privy Seal) critie[?]ing the House of Commons, "Whose ...

    Article : 165 words
  28. CARRIAGES DERAILED

    While the train to Melbourne was being shunted to-night, the two rear carrlages fouled the points and were derailed. Passengers, including the Governor-General ...

    Article : 102 words
  29. OIL AGREEMENT.

    A report from Moscow says that a three years' agreement between the Angle-American Off Combine and Russian Oil Products has been signed giving Russian oil an equal share ...

    Article : 103 words
  30. AFGHANISTAN.

    General Nadir Khan, who is [?] at Peshawar, is proceeding to Kandahar to Join the funnel King, Amanullah, calling en route at [?] where he will attend a great ...

    Article : 87 words
  31. GIFTS TO PRIEST.

    Presents given to the Rev. Father Monghor on the eve of his departure from the town were placed in his motor car in the yard of the Romnn Catholic Church after the ...

    Article : 81 words
  32. INFANT STRANGLED.

    A finding of death by strangulation was returned to-day by the coroner at the inquest on Marle Wilson, aged 10 months, who died in the district hospital, whore it was a patient ...

    Article : 72 words
  33. LAST MATCH.

    C. V. Grimmett has accepted the invitation of the Western Australlan Cricket Association to play in the match against England in Perth, commencing on March 21. J. Ryder (Vic.) ...

    Article : 74 words
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