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  2. FLOODS IN THE SOUTH AND NORTH.

    Rain of unprecedented intensity has caused serious floods in Riverina. Several towns have been inundated, and at Junee particularly great damage has been done to property and stock. ...

    Article : 121 words
  3. LABOUR CLASH.

    The decision of the Federal executive of the Australian Labour party declaring the suspensions [?]mposed at the State Baster Conference null and void has come as a ...

    Article : 560 words
  4. A GREAT MAN.

    It is announced that the Earl of Oxford and Asquith will be [?]ur[?]ed in the churchyard of All Saints', at Sutton Courtney, at noon on Monday. Only relatives and close ...

    Article : 171 words
  5. GREAT NAVIES.

    Rear-Admiral Char[?]s P. Plunkett, who yesterday retired from the active navy list. in an interview said:- "President Wilson's proposal for the ...

    Article : 357 words
  6. AUSTRALIAN NAVY.

    To circumvent the irritating methods adopted by the crews of the vessels which have completely dislocated the work of the HightHouse services, it is reported that the Commonwealth ...

    Article : 179 words
  7. ALLEGED BRIBES.

    Messrs. J. M. Baddeley. M.L.A., and A. C. Willis, M.L.C., addressed one of the largest meetings ever held in Cessnock in the Strand Theatre last night on the bribery charges ...

    Article : 870 words
  8. RANGOON REACHED

    Hinkler left Calcutta for Rangon at 6.30 this morning. He said that the engine of his plane had been behaving pericctly, and that he had had reasonable weather, but the wind ...

    Article : 218 words
  9. SET FINES

    To a deputation from the Justices' Association yesterday, the Minister for Justice (Mr. J R. Lee) foreshadowed an important alteration in the State's methods of dealing with ...

    Article : 396 words
  10. SINGAPORE BASE.

    The R.A.F. flying boats will be the first air craft to use the Singapore air base when they arrive on February 27. A labour force of 1500 has made rapid ...

    Article : 103 words
  11. HOUSE OF COMMONS.

    There was a profound silence when the prime Minister (Mr. Baldwin) moved the adjournment of the House of Commons to-day as a tribute to the ...

    Article : 846 words
  12. JUNEE FLOODED.

    Last night's storm, which was the worst [?]n the town's history, caused a loss of property and stock estimated at many thousands of pounds. Rain commenced to fall at 8.30. ...

    Article : 644 words
  13. AT NARRANDERA.

    The cloudburst yesterday afternoon caused extensive damage. The water, which flooded portion of the town, came for several miles from the hills, north-east and east of the ...

    Article : 251 words
  14. AIRSHIP R100.

    In reply to questions in the House of Commons the Secretary of S[?]ate for Air (Sir Samuel Hoare) gave the latest details of the airship R100. He said it would be capable of ...

    Article : 172 words
  15. TAXATION REDUCED.

    The Minister for Finance brought down his budget this afternoon. The revenue was estimated at 41[?],000,000 dollars, and the expenditure at 3[?]4,000,000 dollars, leaving an ...

    Article : 226 words
  16. THE TOTALISATOR.

    The second reading of the Totalisator Bill will be moved in the House of Commons on March 16. The Jockey Club and National Hunt Club ...

    Article : 228 words
  17. STATION PROPERTY DAMAGED.

    A heavy storm was reported last night at Mount Rodd Estate up to five [?]nches falling in a few hours. Damage was done to netting and fences, and dams are overflowing, ...

    Article : 56 words
  18. A.W.U. UNFINANCIAL.

    "It is not the desire of the New South Wales executive to be working in conflict with the Federal executive," said Mr. S. Bird, general socretary of the Australian Labour party, ...

    Article : 204 words
  19. PEACE CONFERENCE.

    Ministerial conferences have resultad in the selection by the Prime Minister (Mr. Bruce) of the organisations of employers and employees, which will be invited to attend ...

    Article : 145 words
  20. ONE HUGE LAKE.

    An evcept[?]ly heavy storm, which occurred at midday yesterday, converted the Breadalbane plains, near Goulburn, into a huge lake. The water rose very rapidly ...

    Article : 416 words
  21. INDEPENDENCE.

    The "Spectator," in an [?]erial headed, "Independence of the British Press," alludes to the announcement of the creation of a chain of Lord Rothermere's provincial ...

    Article : 197 words
  22. EMPIRE RELATIONS.

    "The Australian High Commissioner (Sir Granville Ryrie) has already made his mark in London, and his popularity is likely to grow," said Lord Lovat, when presiding at ...

    Article : 243 words
  23. TRADE AND DEBT.

    Sir Robert Horne, [?]n an address to the Chamber of Commerce at Melbourne to-day, made some comments on the economic position. ...

    Article : 390 words
  24. BASED ON AN ERROR.

    In addressing meetings of miners at Kurri Kurri and Cessnock on Sunday last, Mr. T. Hoare, president of the northern branch of the Miners' Federation, endeavoured to make ...

    Article : 240 words
  25. LIQUOR LICENSES.

    At a meeting, attended by citizens and hotelkeepers, the following resolutions were passed:—"That this representative public meeting of citizens views with disgust and ...

    Article : 182 words
  26. TRAINS HELD UP.

    Consternation was caused to-night when it was learned that further serious subsidence of raliway lines had occurred between Wagga and Junce. The Melbourne mall train, which ...

    Article : 501 words
  27. WIRELESS WONDERS.

    Using the Transatlantic wireless telephone and 1200 miles of land-lines, the British institution of Elect[?]l Engineers and the American institute of Ele[?]al Engineers held a ...

    Article : 220 words
  28. POLITICAL MEETINGS.

    The Home Secretary (Sir Wi[?]m Joy[?]son[?]s) states that as there has been organised [?]pts by irresponsibles in recent years [?]usly to interfere with the right of free ...

    Article : 96 words
  29. CANCER RESEARCH.

    Dr. Horst [?]tol, Strathcona Professor of Pathology, and Director of the Pathological Laboratory at Mac[?]l University, announces the discovery of the presence of nerves in ...

    Article : 73 words
  30. STATE SERVANT.

    Following its investigation of a certain financial transaction, the Public Service Board has recommended the dismissal of an officer of the Child Welfare Department. ...

    Article : 124 words
  31. MANY RESCUES.

    The south-west mall train is held up here, walting for the line to be cleared. The rain has now ceasod, and the weather is apparently clearing. Crocks are now falling. ...

    Article : 320 words
  32. YOUNG PRISONERS.

    Forcing aside one of the iron grilles which cover the exercise yard at the Newcastle Police Station, two youths, who were on remand on several charges of breaking and ...

    Article : 203 words
  33. A STORMY VOYAGE.

    J[?]on received from G[?]tar states that the [?]ws of the new Australian sub[?]s, Oxley and O[?]ay, which are going to Aus[?] from England, were virtually ...

    Article : 169 words
  34. FREIGHT RATES.

    The Minister for Railways announced in the Assembly to-day the terms of the freight agreement with the Union Castle Conference lines, which guarantee sufficient refr[?]gerated ...

    Article : 169 words
  35. PAN-AMERICANISM.

    The resignation from the Pan-America Congress of the Argentine delegate, Senor Honorie Pueyrredon, as a protost against failure to Include a freetrade declaration in the new ...

    Article : 124 words
  36. £179,262,044.

    According to the Government Statist, the number ot faotories in the State increased by 30 during 1926-27, and the number of employee[?] increased by [?]. ...

    Article : 81 words
  37. MR. GARNSEY'S DEATH.

    John Anthon[?] Garnsey, aged 21 years, son of the Rev. A. H. Garnsey, of St. Paul's College, University of Sydney, was found dead in his single-seater-motor car in a lock-up garage ...

    Article : 92 words
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