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  2. STATE POLICY.

    The Premier (Mr. Bavin), delivering a pre-sessional speech at Chatswood last night admitted that amongst the greatest problems the Government had to face were ...

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  3. FEDERAL ELECTION

    On all sides the belief that the Commonwealth Government will decide in favour of an election this year, probably on November 17 or 24 is growing daily, and it may fairly ...

    Article : 457 words
  4. THE ENGLISH ELEVEN.

    The opinion generally expressed by commentators on the team selected to visit Australia during the coming season is that a wellbalanced, representative combination has been chosen. LONDON, July 30. ...

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  5. THE SENTENCE.

    S[?] Young Maling, formerly deputy general manager of the electricity department of Sydney City Council, was yesterday sentenced to six months' imprisonment with hard labour ...

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  6. THE PEACE PACT.

    In the House of Commons in Committee on Supply on the Foreign Office vote. Mr. H. E. Crawfurd (Liberal) drew attention to the situation in China and Egypt regarding the ...

    Article : 1,052 words
  7. OLYMPIC GAMES.

    In the second day's events at the Olympic Games at Amsterdam the British Empire scored three successes. Lord Burghley (England) won the 400 metres hurdles, Williams (Canada) the 100 metres flat, and O'Callaghan (Ireland) the hammer-throwing. Australians again ...

    Article : 1,060 words
  8. THE SPEECH.

    "We carried out our promise to relieve the City of Sydney of the cloud of corruption, inefficiency, and disgrace which rested on it, and the citizens of Sydney can now refer to ...

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  9. REORGANISATION.

    The question of reorganising the City Treasury and other administrative departments has been under consideration by the City Commissioners for some time, and with a view ...

    Article : 408 words
  10. YESTERDAY'S RESULTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 197 words
  11. ALIEN MIGRATION.

    Mr. Bruce, replying at a public meeting to the question why he did not stop the influx of Italians and other Southern Europeans, said that great pressure had been brought to bear ...

    Article : 342 words
  12. TO-DAY'S EVENTS.

    Semi-finals of the 200 metres are the first races for to-day. These will be followed by the pole vault final of the 110 metres hurdles, heats of the 3000 metres steeplechase, final ...

    Article : 42 words
  13. CHURCH OF ENGLAND

    The Bishop of Durham (Dr. H. H. Henson), says that the extreme unpopularity of AngloCatholicism, as disclosed by the House of Commons debate on the prayer book, merits ...

    Article : 296 words
  14. MIGRATION.

    Lord Lovat, Parliamentary Secretary for the Dominions and chairman of the Overseas Settlement Committee, has informed the Press that the chief purpose of his pending tour ...

    Article : 301 words
  15. CRIME WAVE.

    Heated exchanges occurred at the meeting of the Armidale City Council lost night, during the discussion of a letter from the Abercrombie Shire Council, which sought support in ...

    Article : 502 words
  16. BRITISH INDUSTRY.

    The closing days of the Parliamentary session have been enlivened by a safeguarding controversy. Following a speech by Mr. Winston Churchill on Free Trade lines, ...

    Article : 233 words
  17. LIST OF PLAYERS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 1,766 words
  18. SWISS HOSTILITY.

    The remarkably hostile reception given in Switzerland to an Australian, who had gone there for the purpose of purchasing some machinery, was recounted to-day by Mr. E. ...

    Article : 259 words
  19. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    Lady Stonehaven leaves by the Kalsar-iHind for India on September 7. She will spend a fortnight there, and continues her voyage to Australia in the Maloja. ...

    Article : 204 words
  20. ENTHUSIASTIC WELCOME

    The survivors of the Nobile expedition were enthusiastically welcomed when the train crossed the frontier into the Trentino. Crowds sang Fascist songs and threw flowers, ...

    Article : 85 words
  21. SELECTED PLAYERS IN FORM.

    Players selected for the Australian tour did well in to-day's matches. E. P. Hendren scored 169, M. W. Tate 117, J. R. Hobbs 100, and L. Ames 96. Among the bowlers, A. P. ...

    Article : 56 words
  22. LOTTERY IN RUSSIA.

    Reflecting the difficulty of obtaining credit abroad, the Soviet announces a domestic lottery loan of £60,000,000 at 5 per cent. [Additional cable news will be found on ...

    Article : 38 words
  23. WAR CEMETERIES.

    Major C. K. Phillips, land and legal adviser of the Imperial War Graves Commission, referring to the Australian cemeteries in Belgium and France, says: "There are no ...

    Article : 59 words
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