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  2. CIVIC MINE.

    Though a majority of the Labour aldermen present at the City Council special meeting last night supported the purchase of the Douglas park caal-bearing property, the ...

    Article : 1,536 words
  3. ADRIFT IN A GALE.

    Blown adrift in Bass Strait in a pilot cutter during a north-westerly gale last night, two members of the crew on the pilot steamer, Victoria, had a terrfying experience. One of ...

    Article : 436 words
  4. ELECTIONS. Local Government.

    The Nationalist leader. Mr. [?]vin, replied yesterday to the criticism of the Local Government Amending Act that is contained in the annual report the Local Government ...

    Article : 478 words
  5. FOREIGN GOODS.

    Alderman Courtenay st[?]ted yesterday that he would ask for a further report regarding the country of origin of the tiles being used in the additions to the Town Hall. ...

    Article : 206 words
  6. MISSING. American 'Planes.

    Mystery surrounds the whereabouts of two of the four 'planes which stated from San Francisco in the aie race to Hawall. This morning a message was received from ...

    Article : 484 words
  7. ROLL PACKING.

    An arm of road labourers from Sydney is pouring into the Upper Hunter. About 200 have been engaged on the Warlands deviation, near Murrurundi, and an additional 50 arrived ...

    Article : 325 words
  8. REDUCING TROOPS.

    A communication has been received in London from the French Government regarding a reduction of the forces of occupation in the Rhineland, which, according to the British ...

    Article : 167 words
  9. DEFENCE VOTE.

    Rumours have been current in Melbourne that the Federal Cabinet has decided to reduce by £200,000 the defence estimates for the ensuing year. ...

    Article : 253 words
  10. LOANS AND WOOL.

    Sir George Fairbairn, the retiring Agent-General for Victoria, who returned to Australia by the Aorangi yesterday, spoke optimistically of the future for Australian loans ...

    Article : 456 words
  11. BRITISH LABOUR.

    The twenty-seventh annual conference of the Labour party, to be held at Blackpool[?] will discuss a motion in favour of imposing a surtax on incomes from property or ...

    Article : 195 words
  12. WALSH ISLAND.

    Speaking at the launcbing the now p[?]ot steamer Birubi at Walsh Island to-day, the Premier (Mr. Lang) said that It was a regrettable fact that, after the war, Walsh Island ...

    Article : 433 words
  13. BLOWN TO SEA.

    Two fishermen, who were in a small boat, had a thrilling experience yesterday evening, when they were blown out to sea by the sttong westerly wind. They were rescued late ...

    Article : 320 words
  14. STRIKER FINED.

    For many months a dispute has raged regarding the erection of the State Bank's new building in Adelaide. It started about two years ago, when the unions deciared the ...

    Article : 312 words
  15. QUESTIONS FOR PREMIER

    Mr. Murphy, M. L. A., who is contesting the Rozeile electorate as an Australian Labour candidate, opposed to the selected and [?] dorsed Labour candidated, has issued a ...

    Article : 426 words
  16. CHRISTIANITY.

    The sensational withdrawal of the Listern Orthodox delegation was the feature of today's sitting of the Faith and Order Conference at Lausanne. On behalf of the delegation ...

    Article : 87 words
  17. CAPTAIN GILES.

    Air mail officials at Chicago have expressed fear that Captain F. A. Giles, who was following an air mail plane from Detroit, was forced down somewhere between Sturg[?] ...

    Article : 76 words
  18. TRANSATLANTIC FLIGHT.

    L[?]tenant-Colonel Minchin, an imperial Airways pilot, and Leslie Hamilton have arrived at Bristol from Amsterdam in a Fokker monoplane, en route to Dublin, where they ...

    Article : 73 words
  19. IRISH FREE STATE.

    Mr. John Jinks, whose absence from the Dail when the no-confidente vote was taken on Tuesday saved the Cosgrave Ministry, has resigned from the Nationalist League. ...

    Article : 76 words
  20. ROTARY.

    "An invasion of Belgium in terms of friendship and goodwill by the peace legionaries of thirty nations." Such was the description of the recent ...

    Article : 442 words
  21. BYRD AND THE ANTARCTIC.

    It is announced that the National Geographical Society will contribute 25,000 dollars to Captain Byrd's Antarctic expedition for the purchase of scientific equipment. The ...

    Article : 50 words
  22. STRIKER'S DEATH.

    The inquiry into the death of the strike picket. J. Hynes, who was fatally shot at South Johnatone, on July 4, was continued to-day at i[?]isfa[?]. ...

    Article : 267 words
  23. MR. McCORMACK.

    After nearly six months' absence in Europe and America, the Premier of Queensland (Mr. W. L. McCormack) returned to Sydney by the A[?]rangi yesterday morning, and left for ...

    Article : 326 words
  24. VESSEL DISAPPEARS.

    According to a message from Buchrest, the steamer Cost[?], of 2874 tons owned by the National Navigation Co. of Egypt, has mysteriously disappeated while on a voyage from ...

    Article : 75 words
  25. SOVIET PLOT.

    The Paris newspaper "Matin" makes [?]art[?]ling revelations of a Soviet intrigue against French colonies based on the text of a letter which passed between the Russian ...

    Article : 205 words
  26. PACIFIC RELATIONS.

    The Australian delegates to the recent conference of the institute of Pacific Relations beld in Honolulu, consisting of Mr. F. W. Eggleston and Mr. G. L. Wood, of Melbourne, ...

    Article : 475 words
  27. LARGE ESTATES.

    Mr. J. R. Lee, Opposition Whip, referred yesterday to the statement of the Pre[?]Mr. Long, at D[?]bbo, that the bill to compel the subdivision of large estates was passed ...

    Article : 153 words
  28. CHINA.

    The correspondent of the "New York Times" at Washington says that the State Department has advised various missionary organisations in the United States that it would be ...

    Article : 112 words
  29. UNEMPLOYMENT.

    "In reply to statements of Mr. T. B. Morrow, the anti-Labour candidate for Granci[?], and other Nationalists, that more workers have registered for employment with the State ...

    Article : 361 words
  30. DERAILED.

    The last three carriages of the only electric train running on the North Shore line were derailed just outside M[?]son's Point station shortly after midday yesterday. ...

    Article : 329 words
  31. AID TO NAVIGATION.

    Wireless beacous for the assistance of navigation are now under construction at various points, around the English coast. Their purpose is to send out distinctive wireless ...

    Article : 63 words
  32. SACCO AND VANZETTI.

    Mr. John Galsworthy to-day said: After a critical study of Professor Frankfurter's summary of the evidence at the trial of Sacco and Vanzetti, the italian Communists, who were ...

    Article : 112 words
  33. LINK WITH ROYALTY.

    Thirty-three years close association with Royalty closed with the death of Mr. George Smith at the age of 64. as the immediate result of a motoring accident. Every newspaper ...

    Article : 61 words
  34. THE CENOTAPH.

    The letter signed "Ex-A.I.F." in yesterday's "Herald," concerning the proposed figures for the cenotaph in Martin-place, attracted the attention of Mr. F. Davison, honorary ...

    Article : 256 words
  35. FIRE AT SEA.

    According to moagre reports received in Adelaide to-day, the three-masted auxillary schooner, Roonganah, has been destroyed by fire. She was on her way from Port ...

    Article : 130 words
  36. PARLIAMENTARY INVENTION.

    Divisions in the Finnish Parliament will now occupy only 70 seconds. A machine has been installed in the Chamber of Deputios beside the Speaker's chair, and when a division is ...

    Article : 80 words
  37. VIOLENT COMMUNISTS.

    A serious clash between Communist strikers and police occurred in the Avenue d'Italie, [?] this afternoon, when a crowd of strikder, as a protest against the dismissal ...

    Article : 98 words
  38. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    The international Labour Office at Geneva has issued statistics of wages in the United States during the last ten years. The figures show that the total wages paid have increased ...

    Article : 177 words
  39. LABOUR SELECTIONS.

    Remarkable statements have been made regarding last Saturday's Labour selection [?][?]ts at Portland. it is alleged that certain officials who ...

    Article : 264 words
  40. SOUTH JOHNSTONE.

    A massage from innisfail states that the men on strike at the South Johnstone mill held a ballot this afternoon, and decided by 204 votes [?] 95 not to resume work. ...

    Article : 89 words
  41. MERCHANTS ISSUE WRIT.

    A writ has been issued against the Australian Commonwealth Shipping Board by Finney Isles and Co., Ltd., E. Rich and Co., Ltd., Pike Bros., Ltd., Overells, Ltd., Hall and ...

    Article : 79 words
  42. PRINCES AND PREMIER.

    The Prince of Wales and Prince George [?]rrived here to-day to spend four days' holiday, unfettered by soc[?]l functions. The Prime Minister of Britain (Mr. Baldwin) ...

    Article : 81 words
  43. RAILWAY BRIDGE.

    A bush fire destroyed the railway bridge between Mullumbimby and Billinudgel this afternoon. Traffic was held up between Murwillumbah and Byron Bay, and [?] special train ...

    Article : 58 words
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