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  2. FRANCE WINS.

    Australia met with disaster when the first test match with the French team was continued at Kooyong to-day. The visitors won three rubbers without the loss of a set, and ...

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  3. MR. KIRK'S DECLARATION

    There was a dramatic development yesterday in connection with the bribery allegations concerning the Stockton Borehole Collieries, Limited. In an official statement, telegraphed from Hobart, Mr. ...

    Article : 148 words
  4. BOAT CAPSIZED.

    Three people were drowned in Rose Bay yesterday afternoon when a ship's boot from the Adelaide Company's steamer Baldina was Capsized by a sudden squall. There were ...

    Article : 602 words
  5. COMPULSORY ARBITRATION.

    In political and industrial circles yesterday it was predicted that the abolition of compulsory arbitration may shortly become a subject for practical consideration by the Federal Government. Every effort is to be made, both by employers and employed, to ...

    Article : 113 words
  6. HINKLER'S FLIGHT.

    Bert Hinkler reached Benghazi, on the coast of Cyrenaica, at 1 o'clock yesterday from Malta, and then flew on to Tebruk, where he spent the night. ...

    Article : 275 words
  7. REVISION.

    Discussions on the revision stage of the new prayer book opened to-day before the Houses of Clergy and Laity ot the Church Assembly. This singe consists of discussion of ...

    Article : 747 words
  8. EXISTING SCHEME FAILED.

    At the Industrial Peace Conference, it was learned yesterday, the opinion will be expressed that compulsory arbitration has failed in its purpose—(1) to promote industrial ...

    Article : 416 words
  9. THE STATEMENT.

    The statement by Mr. Kirk, which was released by the secretary of the Stockton Borehole Collieries, Limited (Mr. L. K. Robertson), in connection with the charges made ...

    Article : 326 words
  10. COAL LEASES.

    "My decision to refuse new coal-mining lenses was made in the interests of the men employed in the industry, and the public," said Mr, Baddeley, M.L.A., yesterday. The ...

    Article : 193 words
  11. IRISH OUTRAGES.

    Nine Irishmen, desiring to remain anonymous because publicity would endanger their lives, recountce to the Southern Irish Loyalists' Relief Association their sufferings at ...

    Article : 311 words
  12. GOOD RESPONSE.

    The Prime Minister announced to-day that the response to his suggestion that a conference should be held between representatives of employers and employed in order that an ...

    Article : 214 words
  13. PROPOSED AMENDMENTS.

    A deputation representing the Australasian Council of Trades Unions waited upon the Attorney-General (Mr. Latham) and asked him to adjourn consideration of the Arbitration ...

    Article : 207 words
  14. MR. HOARE.

    The most pleased man in Newcastle to-night was Mr. T. Hoare, president of the northern branch of the Miners' Federation, when informed by a "Herald" representative that ...

    Article : 654 words
  15. AN INTERVIEW.

    "My conscience is so clear on the matter that I did not consider the position sufficiently important to justify postponing my holiday. Before my departure, however, I set out the ...

    Article : 130 words
  16. LABOUR VIEW.

    The announcement that the Prime Minister (Mr. Bruce) has agreed to allow the labour movement to select its own representation to the proposed industrial peace conference was ...

    Article : 221 words
  17. SALE OF LIQUOR.

    With the approach of the Parliamentary session anxiety is being felt at Canberra regarding the policy that the Govornment will adopt in reference to the sale of liquor within the ...

    Article : 308 words
  18. CLAIM FOR DAMAGES.

    At the second day's hearing of the claim for damages brought against the "Daily Express" by Mr. F. A. Mitchell-Hedges, the court was crowded, many fashionably dressed ...

    Article : 205 words
  19. SUBMARINES.

    Replying to a question in the House of Commons, Mr. G. Locker-Lampson, UnderSecretary for Foreign Affairs, said: "The views of his Majesty's Government in favour ...

    Article : 140 words
  20. TROTSKY IN EXILE.

    A message from Moscow gives details of Trotsky's life in exile in the dirty little town of 1jerny, on the Turkestan frontier, inhabited mainly by Chinese. His hardships are ...

    Article : 129 words
  21. TELEVISION.

    Mr. J. L. Baird attributes the success of his experiment in Transatlantic television this morning primarily to the simplicity of the apparatus employed in his studio at Longacre, ...

    Article : 153 words
  22. MR. MCDONALD'S STATEMENT.

    "I have not heard of a similar case anywhere in New South Wales.' said the president of the Colliery Proprietors' Association (Mr. C. M. McDonald) last night. "Assuming the ...

    Article : 461 words
  23. ALL EXECUTED.

    A Moscow message states:—The Soviet Go— vernment ridicules the story circulated on the Continent and in the United States that the Grand Duchess Anastasia, the youngest ...

    Article : 73 words
  24. RUBBER SLUMP.

    An announcement that the Premier had asked the Committee of Civil Research to inquire into the operation and effects of the rubber restriction scheme caused a slump in the London ...

    Article : 161 words
  25. AMERICAN NAVY.

    The representatives of 100,000 Quakers saw President Coolidge, and protested against the proposed naval programme, on the ground that it would gravely imperil American ...

    Article : 157 words
  26. LOS ANGELES CRIME.

    The jury at Los Angeles has returned a verdict that Edward Hickman, accused of the murder of Marion Parker in atrocious circumstances, was sane at the time he committed ...

    Article : 72 words
  27. SECRET CABINET.

    In a secret cabinet at the C.I.B. there is a quantity of information of importance and significance to the criminal population. Apart from photographs, finger prints, and ...

    Article : 333 words
  28. BERLIN TRAGEDY.

    A report from Berlin states that a schoolboy, named Kranz, is being tried for the murder of a boy friend. The case recalls the Leopold-Loeb case in Chicago, and has caused ...

    Article : 361 words
  29. PRESERVATIVES.

    Butter traders have asked the Australian Dairy Produce Board to protest to the Ministry for Health against the prohibition on the use of preservatives in butter. The board does ...

    Article : 134 words
  30. NEW GUN 'PLANE.

    A successful trial flight was made at Westbury with an Air Ministry 'plane, the Westland Jupiter, which carries two small cantton-firing explosive shells, Instead of ...

    Article : 48 words
  31. MOTOR SPIRIT.

    The Scientific Industrial Research Committee says that experiments have indubitably shown that at high pressure a large proportion of coal is convertible into liquid fuels, but ...

    Article : 61 words
  32. WASHAWAYS.

    Reports received by the Railway Department yesterday showed that in a number of country centres further washaways had occurred to a section of the railway lines owing ...

    Article : 136 words
  33. HOUSING.

    It is probable that the State Government will seek the co-operation of the Commonwealth Government in financing the proposed housing scheme, which is now being prepared ...

    Article : 107 words
  34. THE RNINELAND.

    In the House of Commons a question was asked whether, in view of the fact that the Franco-German frontier had been gunranteed by the Locarno Treaty, the British ...

    Article : 91 words
  35. GOLD FROM MOSCOW.

    A first consignment of gold from the Soviet Government to the United States will arrive on February 20—5,000,000 dollars being consigned to banks which have been the Soviet's ...

    Article : 53 words
  36. LOANS TO BROKERS.

    Concern is felt here over amounts going into brokers' loans for purposes of Wall-street speculation. Loans trom Federal reserve banks in New York City alone have totalled ...

    Article : 83 words
  37. WAR AND PEACE FILMS.

    A Berlin message states that the second part of the official German war film, which was shown yesterday, acknowledges that Germany's fate was sealed at the end of 1916 ...

    Article : 92 words
  38. DEATH OF "LITTLE TICH"

    The death is announced of "Little Tich," who had been a well-known performer in comic opera and vaudeville for 35 years. "Little Tich," whose name was Relph, was ...

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