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  2. SHIELD CRICKET.

    Victorian allegations that by including D. G. Bradman. A. Jackson, and T. J. Andrews in the Sheffield Shield match to begin at the Sydney Cricket Ground to-morrow, New South Wales ...

    Article : 836 words
  3. COASTAL STEAMER:

    The little wooden coaster Allyn River, of 57 tons, belonging to the Newcastle and Hunter River Steamship Company, narrowly escaped from foundering off the-coast when ...

    Article : 395 words
  4. CITY MANAGER.

    Soon after the appointment of the City Commission the Citizens' Reform Association set about making inquiries regarding the methods of civic government prevailing in the United ...

    Article : 708 words
  5. NAVY BILL.

    A United Press correspondent states that Washington is alarmed at the continued [?] in the naval Building bil by the Senate. Republican leaders held a conference with Mr. ...

    Article : 195 words
  6. COAL INDUSTRY.

    A critical stage in the coal industry in New South Wales has been reached, the Miners' Federation and a number of allied unions having definitely rejected the State Government's scheme to stimulate the coal trade. They will not agree to any scheme that involves ...

    Article : 176 words
  7. THE KING.

    The first bulletin since Saturday night, issued at noon to-day said:- The King had a quiet night. His temperature has now remained normal for ...

    Article : 460 words
  8. HAVOC IN LONDON.

    In n great gas-main explosion, followed by a series of smaller ones at 8 o'clock this morning, a mile of streets was [?]orn up In the West End of London, Solid concrete ...

    Article : 446 words
  9. BRIBERY CHARGES.

    Hearing was opened to-day before Mr. Justice Avory of the charges under the Prevention of Corruption Act against Kate Evelyn Meyrick, aged 53, formerly of the 43 Club, ...

    Article : 607 words
  10. THE CONFERENCE.

    An important conrerence took place at the Premier's rooms yesterday between Mr. Bavin (Premier) and representatives of the various unions whose members are engaged in the ...

    Article : 592 words
  11. "FOOLISH ACTION."

    "Very foolish action indeed on the part of the leaders of the men," commented Mr, C. M. McDonald, of the Northern Colliery Proprietors' Association, last night. He added ...

    Article : 472 words
  12. FAST SERVICES.

    The following statement was issued jointly yesterday by the representatives of the P. and O. and Orient companies:- "The P. and O. and Orient lines still enable ...

    Article : 148 words
  13. THE KING'S VOICE.

    A little company of invited guests in Sydney heard a speech by his Majesty the King' yesterday morning at the Regent Theatre. The occasion was the private exhibition of the ...

    Article : 643 words
  14. PRINCE OF WALES.

    It is understood that plans are being developed for an early visit by the Prime of Wales to the South Wales and North of England coalfields where acute distress prevails, ...

    Article : 96 words
  15. STRIKE THREAT.

    Efforts by the New South Wales Labour Council Disputes Committee to negotiate with responsible officers of the Public Works Department yesterday concerning the Port ...

    Article : 269 words
  16. CRICKET PROBLEMS.

    Discussing artificial wickets, apropos of C. B Jennings telling the South Australian committee that the chief cause of cricket decadence was over-preparation, the "Daily ...

    Article : 184 words
  17. WOMAN ABDUCTED.

    A fight between the Assistant Bishop of M[?]anesia (Dr. F. Merivale Molyneux) and the skipper of a French ship for the possession of a native woman, who had been abducted, ...

    Article : 478 words
  18. NEWCASTLE OPINION.

    The suggestion bas been canvassed in some quarters that the mine owners, now that Mr, Bavin's proposals have been rejected, will take the matter into their own hands and refuse ...

    Article : 135 words
  19. COMMONWEALTH LOAN.

    An offical at Australia House, commenting on the reception given to the Commonwealth loan of £8,000,000, said that the amount left with the underwriters was not ...

    Article : 380 words
  20. DISCOVERIES AT UR.

    The British Museum excavators at Ur are clearlng an ante-chamber of a Royal tomb, where the floor of a pit 25ft square is covered with the bodies of human victims, mostly ...

    Article : 115 words
  21. OCEAN STUDY.

    Professor Johannes S[?]dt, leader of one of the most important marine zoological expeditions to visit the South Seas, and a world authority on [?]s, arrived from New ...

    Article : 524 words
  22. PREMIER'S PROPOSALS.

    The proposals as set forth by the Premier (Mr. Bavin) in September last were:- (1) A reduction in price sufficient in magnitude to check the diminution in external ...

    Article : 362 words
  23. MAITLAND COALFIELDS.

    The position on the Maitland coalfields has been far from satisfactory during the past few months. Most of the mines have been working, but only intermittently. There is ...

    Article : 108 words
  24. BRAMWELL BOOTH.

    Commissioner Peyron, head of the Salvation Army in France, who voted for General Booth's deposition, states that in the course of the long deliberation there was never any ...

    Article : 141 words
  25. HOSPITALS.

    At a meeting of the Albury hospital committee the matter of industrial contributions was discussed. The medical men of the town are opposed to the scheme. ...

    Article : 218 words
  26. RESERVES OF COAL.

    In the last few years every opportunity has been taken by all large users in Victoria of New South Wales coal to build up reserve stocks as a safeguard for the continuity of ...

    Article : 70 words
  27. UNDERWORLD CRIME.

    Detectives are still investigating the shooting in Nicholson-street, Carlton, last night of Mona Ryan, 22, of Richmond, who is on the danger list at St. Vincent's Hospital. ...

    Article : 223 words
  28. TRABE WITH CANADA.

    Official Instructions have, been forwarded to the Canadian Trade Commissioner at Melbourne to discuss in a friendly way with the Australian Government possible changes in ...

    Article : 72 words
  29. BROKEN HILL.

    The State Cabinet defined its policy yesterday in regard to the unemployed position at Broken Hill. It was decided that in future no relief works would be undertaken at ...

    Article : 205 words
  30. WARTIME PROFITS.

    The Judicial Committee of the Privy Council refused D. and W. Murray's petition on appeal from a High Court appeal against an assessment of tax for war-time profits for ...

    Article : 161 words
  31. BRITAIN'S PROGRESS.

    Presiding at the annual meeting of the Midland Bank, Mr Reginald McKenna reviewed the outlook at home and abroad. During the decade after the war there had been, ...

    Article : 156 words
  32. TOWNS WARNED.

    According to the Weather Bureau, a cyclone is developing between Cardwell, Willis Island, and Bowen. It seems to be small yet, but it is nevertheless potential of the type that ...

    Article : 114 words
  33. MUNICIPAL UNION.

    The determination of the City Council to employ at the municipal abattoirs a man who. is not an unemployed member of the Municipal employees' Union is regarded as being ...

    Article : 116 words
  34. DEFENCE OF IRAQ.

    A report from Baghdad says:—Not yielding to Britian's viewpoint that Iraq is unfit yet to undertake the defence of her territory, the Cabinet has resigned. At present there ...

    Article : 120 words
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