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  2. CANEETELDS. RAILWAYMEN CARRY ON.

    At a meeting last night of members of the Innisfail branch of the Australian Railway Union it was decided by 52 votes to 3 to carry on and handle goods for the South Johnstone ...

    Article : 489 words
  3. CIVIC COALMINE.

    It was asserted At the Town Hall yesterday fiat Labour aldermen are seriously divided upon the question of forcing through the Council by a block Labour vote the ...

    Article : 803 words
  4. LABOUR FACTIONS. Still at War.

    The annual meeting of the New South Wales branch of the Australian Workers' Union decided yesterday to commence an agitation for a special State conference of the Australian ...

    Article : 378 words
  5. COUNTRY PARTY.

    Mr. Lang, addressing a meeting of timber workers in Gipps-street, Blackwattle Bay, yesterday, repeated his allogation that the Country party platform provided for the ...

    Article : 328 words
  6. MR. BAVIN.

    In a vigorous speech to the members of the Killara branch of the National Association at Killara last night, the leader of the Opposition (Mr. Bavin) spoke trenchantly of ...

    Article : 2,620 words
  7. MIMIC AIR WAR.

    The aerial manoeuvres to test the air defences of Britain, which began yesterday and will last until Friday, are going more and more against thE defenders of London. ...

    Article : 203 words
  8. INDUSTRY. In Australia.

    The Commonwealth Minister for Trade and Customs (Mr H. E. Pratten) oppresses confidence that the ultimate results of interviews made by him will be the investment of ...

    Article : 426 words
  9. THE NAVIES.

    Indulging in what he, himself, described as plain speaking, the Secretary of State for India (Lord Birkenhead), at a dinner to American editors, expressed pessimism regarding the ...

    Article : 248 words
  10. SOVIET OFFICIALS.

    A message from Berlin says that newspapers from Leningrad mysteriously report deaths during, the last three or four days of 20 leading Soviet officials. Each of the death ...

    Article : 90 words
  11. MALTESE.

    In the Assembly to-day, Mr. Reidy, referring to the issue of railway tickets to Maltese, asked whether it had been ascertained if those people would go to the country to look ...

    Article : 228 words
  12. IN PARLIAMENT.

    The Chancellor of the Exchequer (Mr. Winston Churchill) announced to-day that the Government intended to make a statement in the House of Commons to-morrow or ...

    Article : 149 words
  13. SHANGHAI.

    The international settlements' native population of 1,000,000 will possibly be in a short time entirely deprived of the benefits of electricity if the council's campaign of tax ...

    Article : 141 words
  14. UNCONSTITUTIONAL.

    Messrs. D. McNamara, M.L.C., and L. McDonald, general secretary and treasurer respectively of the Australian Labour party, last night advised the provisional executive by ...

    Article : 177 words
  15. IRISH FREE STATE.

    Speaking in the Dail to-day on the motion for the second reading of the Irish Free State Government's Public Safety Bill, the President of the Executive Council (Mr. W. T. ...

    Article : 250 words
  16. MINING COMPANY.

    In the Chancery Division of the High Court to-day, Justice Sir Harry Eve granted an order for the reduction of the capital of Russo-Aslatic Consolidated from £12,000,000 ...

    Article : 123 words
  17. MORE HOPEFUL FEELING.

    The Commissioner of Police left this morning by train for Innisfail, where he will investigate the position in the South Johnstone area. ...

    Article : 285 words
  18. JAPANESE EMPEROR.

    The Emperor Hirohito will embark on the battleship Yetmashiro on Wednesday morning, and will sall from Yokosukn for Kyushyu to view the summer naval manoeuvres. ...

    Article : 73 words
  19. AIRSHIP FLIGHT.

    Major de Havliland completed at Mascot aerodrome yesterday afternoon a leisurely trip from Melbourne, whence he brought a DH51 aeroplane for the Golden Aircraft ...

    Article : 328 words
  20. TOBACCO INDUSTRY.

    A proposal to foster the tobacco-growing industry in the State was considered at yesterday's meeting of the State Cabinet, which, after a long discussion, adopted the following ...

    Article : 146 words
  21. WAR PENSIONS.

    The cost of war pensions and their administration during the current year will amount to £61,442,000, being the largest single vote of any public department which comes ...

    Article : 78 words
  22. AVIATION.

    A message from Allahabad states that Denis Rooke, who is flying to Australia in a Moth aeroplane, is remaining there for a few days. Rooke is indisposed, and repairs to the engine ...

    Article : 229 words
  23. CRICKET IN ENGLAND.

    The trial match, England v The Rest, at Bristol, was abandoned to-day, owing to rain. Scores: England, six wickets for 461 (innings declared closed); The Rest, 248 and two ...

    Article : 138 words
  24. COAL INDUSTRY.

    Owing to the heavy production costs caused by strikes and sectional stoppages the northern coal industry is now faced with the grave danger of oversea competition. Already two ...

    Article : 229 words
  25. RUSSIAN OIL.

    The warfare which developed among the World's large oil companies over the question of dealing with the Russian Soviet was intensified to-day when Sir Henri Deterding, ...

    Article : 215 words
  26. BROKEN HILL HELP.

    Last night's meeting of the Workers' Industrial Union decided to vote £200 for the Queensland canecuttors on strike, with an additional £200 if they are still on strike on ...

    Article : 58 words
  27. NOT A PLAGUE.

    The Home Secretary (Mr. Stopford) stated this afternoon that the deputy health commissioner (Dr. Coffey) had reported to him that exhaustive tests carried out by his ...

    Article : 79 words
  28. PLANE WRECKED.

    Air Staff Group Captain Williams, accompanied by Sergeant Owen, and Corporal Endean, landed at Armidale Racecourse to-day at 2.20 p.m., on their tour of inspection of ...

    Article : 427 words
  29. OVERSEA SPORT.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 65 words
  30. FIVE-DAY WEEK.

    The Government's decision to abolish Saturday work throughout the Public service is having a boomerang effect in the City Council and Water Board services. Hitherto the ...

    Article : 325 words
  31. WOMAN KELLS HUSBAND.

    A dramatic story of how a woman fatally shot her husband in order to save her daughters was revealed during the trial of Mrs. Ellen Ludgate, who was charged with ...

    Article : 177 words
  32. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    A party of 26 editors of American newspapers has arrived in London. They will remain here a week, during which they will be entertained by various newspapers and ...

    Article : 261 words
  33. PRESS IN PACIFIC.

    Local newspaper men with Dean Williams, of the Institute of Pacific Relations, were appointed a committee to prepare the calling of the Pan-Pacific Newspaper Congress, to be ...

    Article : 81 words
  34. BRIBERY.

    After two years of investigation by two Judges as to charges of bribery of members of the Adelaide police forces by illicit bookmakers Judge Paine to-day delivered his ...

    Article : 362 words
  35. G. A. BOND, LTD.

    George A. Bond. Ltd., discharged about 113 men, representing the whole of the night shift at their spinning mills at Wentworthville, on Tuesday. ...

    Article : 118 words
  36. ROUMANIAN THRONE.

    Prince Carol of Roumania received at Paris to-day a delegation of his countrymen, beaded by Professor Jorga, leader of the National party, who recently refused to make an ...

    Article : 124 words
  37. PORT OF LONDON.

    Lord Ritchie, in his presidential address at the Port of London Authority's annual inspection at London, said that they were going on with the provision at Tilbury for a proper ...

    Article : 91 words
  38. ELECTRIC RAILWAYS.

    It was announced by the Railway Department yesterday that some time would elapse before electric train services for the public on the Milson's Point line would be put into ...

    Article : 127 words
  39. MOTOR INDUSTRY.

    The report of General Motors, Inc., shows that its not earnings for the first six months of 1927 were 129,250,207 dollars, which was an increase of more than 27,500,000 dollars, ...

    Article : 113 words
  40. SERIOUS FLOODS.

    Unprecedented rainfall has caused serious floods in the State of Baroda, Western India, resulting in almost the isolation of Bombay Mall trains from Peshawar and the Punjab are ...

    Article : 99 words
  41. NORTH-SOUTH LINE.

    Consideration has been given recently by the Federal Cabinet to tenders received for the construction of a railway line from Oodnadatta (S.A.) to Alice Springs (Central ...

    Article : 77 words
  42. ACROSS THF SNOW.

    An attempt is to be made by Drs. Herbert Schlink, Eric Fisher, and John Laidley, and Mr. William Gordon, of the Ski Club, to traverse the snow country between Kiandra and ...

    Article : 70 words
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