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  2. A CLUE.

    After nearly a fortnight of anxiety and tremendously hard work—most of them have worked roughly 18 hours a day— the detectives engaged on the Dulwich ...

    Article : 264 words
  3. 44 HOURS.

    the president of the Industrial, Court (Dr. Hewitson) declined to grant an application by the Amalgamated Engineering Union for a 44 hours' week for its members engaged in the ...

    Article : 222 words
  4. TO PAY TAXES.

    The Government's new policy in regard to State undertakings, which will be made subject to taxation similar to private concerns will operate from July 1 last. ...

    Article : 315 words
  5. CAPTAIN PALMA.

    Speakers at the luncheon tendered yesterday by the Government of New South Wales in honour of the visit of the Argentine training ship, Presidente Sarmiento, vied with one ...

    Article : 470 words
  6. AIR MARSHAL.

    Air Marshal Sir John Salmond, head of the British Air Force, who arrived from Melbourne yesterday, has come to Australia at the invitation of Mr. Bruce, to report upon ...

    Article : 894 words
  7. POISON GAS.

    In the House of Lords. Lord Danesfort. drawing attention to the recent explosion of phosgene gas at Hamburg, inquired if effective schemes had been worked out for ...

    Article : 390 words
  8. LONDON POLICE.

    In the Honse of Commons in committee on the Home Office vote Mr, Phillip Snowden, in the absence of Mr. MacDonald, criticised the appointment of Viscount Byng along the lines ...

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  9. RESCUED.

    The Moscow correspondent of the British United Tress stales that the ice-breaker Krassin resened Zappi and Mariano two of the party of three won who left Nobile's ...

    Article : 256 words
  10. COMPANY'S LOSSES.

    At a stormy annual meeting, which lasted the best part of two hours yesterday, shareholders of Automobile and General Finance Company, Limited, expressed their disapproval ...

    Article : 755 words
  11. A CRIMINAL.

    It is proposed to secure the services of a capable and well-trained criminal for the University. Already those responsible for the proposal have in mind a man who is ...

    Article : 238 words
  12. OLYMPIC TEAM.

    Under the influence of a spell of brilliant weather the Australian Olympic team, with the exception of Bolger, the wrestler, is pronounced fitter than at any period since its ...

    Article : 295 words
  13. ASSAULTED GIRL.

    The 16-year-old girl who was found unconsclous in the scrub at Sefton Park on July 8 has been unable to inform the police as to how she met with her awful injuries. ...

    Article : 248 words
  14. TRADE UNIONS.

    Referring to the statements reported to have been made in Sydney by Mr. J. Ryan, the delegate of the Australasian Council of Trades Unions to the Fan-Pacific Conference at ...

    Article : 132 words
  15. ANGLOPHOBIA.

    Governor AI Smith, the Democratic nominee for the Presidency, met party leaders here for the purpose of planning the campaign. It is feared that one of the most colourful features ...

    Article : 188 words
  16. TEST TEAMS.

    The second Rughy League test match between England and Australia, which will be played at the Sydney Cricket Ground to-morrow afternoon, is attracting widespread ...

    Article : 470 words
  17. PUBLIC WORKS.

    Speaking at a smoke social last night, the Minister for Works (Mr. Buttenshaw) referred to statements that had been made to the effect that sods had been turned for ...

    Article : 260 words
  18. FOREIGN AFFILIATIONS.

    "I would favour affiliation with any union of any colour if it would help to frighten the employer," said Mr. C. O'Neill (Seamen's Union), at a meeting to-night of the ...

    Article : 170 words
  19. MRS. HINCHLIFFE.

    in the House of commons the Secretary for Air (Sir Samuel Hoare) informed Major P. B. Malone that the aviator, Captain Hinchlife did not belong to the Air Force ...

    Article : 166 words
  20. COMMONWEALTH LOAN.

    The Commonwealth 5 per cent, loan of £7,000,000, to be issued at 98, has been underwritten. The final instalment of 50 per cent. is payable on September 14, and the first ...

    Article : 54 words
  21. MR. MCDONALD'S STATEMENT.

    "Our industrial life has indeed reached a pretty pass when the delegates to the PanPacific Congress and the Red International at Moscow (Messrs. J. Ryan and N. Jeffery) ...

    Article : 192 words
  22. BISLEY.

    The eliminating stage of the King's Prize opened with nearly 1000 competitors, including 11 previous winners. Pavey and Green (Australia) dropped one point apiece. ...

    Article : 261 words
  23. DEATH OF SIR GEORGE WILLS.

    Sir George Wills, president of the Imperial Tobacco Company, Ltd., has died at the age of 74 years. Sir George Wills was a member of the ...

    Article : 78 words
  24. GREAT WELCOME.

    News from San Francisco says that Captain Lyon and Mr. James Warner arrived on Wednesday. They received a tumultuous greeting. A committee headed by the Mayor ...

    Article : 115 words
  25. STUPID LETTER.

    A letter was received by the Chief Secretary (Mr. Bruntnell) yesterday from an anonymous person—evidently a person of weak intellect—threatening to blow up his home, ...

    Article : 207 words
  26. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    Captain Malcoim Campbell, the famous racing motorist, after searching along the Britisl coasts and on the coast of Denmark for a suitable place for attempting to break the ...

    Article : 487 words
  27. LOST IN BUSH.

    Mr, Henry James Scarfe, 55, principal of the Newcastle Technical College, has been lost in the scrub at Toronto since yesterday afternoon. ...

    Article : 204 words
  28. EMPLOYERS' ACTION.

    At the Council meeting of the Employers' Federation of New South Wales yesterday, consideration was given to the statement attributed to Mr, J. Ryan, of the Australian ...

    Article : 124 words
  29. THE JERVIS BAY.

    The assistance rendered by the navy to the Australian Commonwealth liner Jervis Bay last month was the subject of further questions in Parliament to-day. Asked what was ...

    Article : 150 words
  30. UNEMPLOYED.

    The Western Australian branch of the One Big Union of Unemployed, which was formed last week has been aff[?]ated to branches in other States, its constitution having been ...

    Article : 306 words
  31. TWO ALDERMEN.

    The sequel to a [?]eated discussion of the Taylor report on the municipal administration of Newcastle at a recent special meeting of the City Council, was a stand-up fight ...

    Article : 161 words
  32. MECHANISATION.

    The Acting Minister for Derence (Mr. Marr) said to-day that it had been decided, as far as the financial situation permitted, that there should be a gradual extension of ...

    Article : 173 words
  33. KELLOGG PACT.

    The reply to the United States' proposal for it multi-lateral treaty for the renunciation of war was the subject of further questions in the House of Commons to-day, [?]ir Austen ...

    Article : 201 words
  34. MOTOR TRADE.

    The registrations of motor cars motor lorries, and motor cycles for the first half of 1928 totalled 30,083. For the same period last year they totalled 31,542. ...

    Article : 191 words
  35. NEW SEAPLANE WING.

    [?] A. C. Wragg formerly a resident of Melbourne, has invented a compound aeroplane wing for use With amphibian planes, It is claimed that this kind of wing is not ...

    Article : 196 words
  36. SAILORS' LIQUOR.

    The contention by residents of the Federal Territory at Jervis Bay that land is in reality a ship so far aa the supply of liquor is concerned is being investigated by the Home ...

    Article : 184 words
  37. NORFOLK ISLAND.

    By proclamation in the Commonwealth "Gowstte" the provisions of the Immigration Restriction Act, prohibiting the entry of persone of German nationality or ...

    Article : 38 words
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