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  2. FEDERAL SESSION

    Much dulness marked the further discussion on the Crimes Bill in the House of Representatives to-day. The opening day, when Mr. Charlton and Mr. Hughes spoke, was fairly ...

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  3. KELLEWAY.

    An interesting development has taken pince in regard to Mr. C. Kelleway, concerning whose non-selection for the forthcoming Australian cricket totlr in England ...

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  4. CITY FIRE.

    Fire completely gutted the interior of the warehouse of Petersen, Boesen, and Co., Ltd., at 65 and 67 York-street, city, yesterday evening. It was a sensational blaze, witnessed by ...

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  5. MORT'S DOCK.

    It was announced yesterday by the general manager of Mort's Dook (Mr. Silk) that 30 clerks, representing two-thirds of the administrative staff, had been given a month's ...

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  6. STEEL HOUSES.

    A long debate took place in the House of Commom to-day on the Ministry's proposals to sign contracts for the erection of 2000 steel houses in Scotland ro help meet the ...

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  7. WIRELESS.

    Under the heading "Epoch-making Success" the "Daily Telegraph" describes a conversation successfully carried out on Sunday by wireless telephony between the ...

    Article : 187 words
  8. UPPER HOUSE.

    The attempt by the State Premier (Mr. Lang) and the Labour party to abolish the Legislative Council was discussed at considerable length at a meeting of the State Par ...

    Article : 277 words
  9. HORSE'S HEAD.

    An amusing controversy has arisen between two distinguished scientists, both former presidents of the Geological Society, on whether a horse's head scratched on an old ...

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  10. OPERA.

    The prospects of success for an opera company in Sydney, established on lines similar to those which have been followed by the Repertory Theatre Society, were discussed ...

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  11. RIOTOUS CONNDUCT.

    There were several "scenes" at the Abbey Theatre, Dublin, when Scan O'Casey's play "The Plough and the Stars," was produced. It deals with the recent revolutionary ...

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  12. PROTEST MEETING.

    The City Council on Tuesday night will be asked to approve of the Town Hall being used on Thursday evening next for a public meeting to protest against the proposal of the State ...

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  13. BUSH FIRES.

    The Prime Minister (Mr. Bruce) announced this afternoon that he had sent cable messages to the High Commissioner (Sir Joseph Cook) and to the Commissioner for ...

    Article : 276 words
  14. LAWN TENNIS.

    The weather at Cannes having cleared after many hours of continuous rain, there is a prospect of Mdlle. Suzanne Lenglen and Miss Helen Wills meeting on Monday. The Riviera ...

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  15. LEAGUE OF NATIONS.

    Apropos of the movement to increase the number of permanent seats on the League of Nations' Council by the admission of other powers as well as Germany, the Australian ...

    Article : 456 words
  16. DE PINEDO'S PLANS.

    As soon as the Italian airman, Commander do Pinedo, completes a report on his flight from Rome to Australia and Tokio, and back to Rome, he proposes to ...

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  17. INSURANCE POLICY.

    The hearing was continued to-day in the Chancery Division of the case in which Rowett, Leakey, and Co., a city firm, is suing the Scottish Provident Institution to rocover ...

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  18. AEROPLANE CRASH.

    In the House of Representatives this afternoon Mr. Makin (S.A.) directed attention to, the aeroplane crash at Ainslie near Canberra, on Thursday, in which the pilot was ...

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  19. MR. BAVIN'S CAMPAIGN.

    A large meeting of citizens wks hold in Tyrell Hall to-night to hear the cause against the abolition of the Upper House expounded by the leader of the Opposition (Mr. Bavin). ...

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  20. TABLETOP DISTRICT.

    There was another broak away of the Tabletop [?]re this morning. The fire is moving in an casterly direction through hilly country. ...

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  21. SIR GUY GAUNT.

    The chairman of the Conservativa Committee, referring to the report that Rear-Admiral Sir Guy Gaunt was missing, states that Sir Guy has been in constant ...

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  22. BOAT TRIP.

    The surf boat containing the members of the Palm Boach crew-the three Gonsalves brothers, Goddard, and Gow-who will compete at the surf carnival, arrived at Newcastle shortly ...

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  23. DENTAL BOARD.

    A conference took place yesterday between the Minister for Health (Mr. Cann), and the members of the Dental Board concerning the future control of the denial examinations, ...

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  24. COAL MINES.

    The latest order by the Workers' industria[?] Council restricting the working fortnight to[?] 1[?] days instead of 11 days is regarded in[?] shipping and mining circles as likely to have [?] ...

    Article : 462 words
  25. ARSENIC ON APPLES.

    The National Fruit Trade Federation has circularised dealers in Great Britain, pointing out that Mr. Bernard Dyer, a distinguished analyst, recommends tubbing arsenic from ...

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  26. OIL PRODUCTION.

    The tremendous growth of the petroleum industry is shown by analysis of the operations during 1925 issued by the Bureau of Mines. Practically all former records were broken, ...

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  27. ITALY AND GERMANY

    The strained relations between italy and Germany have not been improved by Signor Mussolini's latest speech, though its tone is considered in Berlin to be a vast ...

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  28. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    Fourteon boys for the Fairbridge Farm School at Pinjarra (Western Austrulla) embarked by the Berrima to-day. In the Darlington by-election campaig ...

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  29. PROTEST AT INVERELL.

    A Iargely-attended meeting was held last evening, to consider the question of the proposal to abolish the Upper House. The local Labour League headed by Mr. L. L. ...

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  30. PRIVY COUNCIL APPEAL.

    The Judicial Committee of the Privy Council has refused the application of Edwatd Ainsworth Gaden and others, of Messrs Norton, Smith, and Co., of Sydney, for leave to ...

    Article : 275 words
  31. FOREST FIRES.

    While extensive damage has been done by bush fires in the Stale forests in the eastern States, the Conservator of Forests, Perth (Mr. (S. L. Kessell), stated to-day that not more ...

    Article : 131 words
  32. EVIDENCE AT INQUEST.

    An inquest was opened to-day by the Coroner (Mr, J. Gal[?]), at Canborra Hospital, into the circumatances of the death of Flying Officer Phillip McKenzie Pitt. ...

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  33. EDEN-MONARO.

    Mr. Perkins, at Yass last night, said that if the Labour candidate tas successful Mr. Lang, who was a drowning man clutching at any stray straws, would no doubt claim that ...

    Article : 114 words
  34. OXFORD UNIVERSITY.

    A meeting of the Oxford Union Society was held to consider the action of the University authorities in regard to Com[?]unist prpaganda, including the warning to a ...

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  35. MEETING AT SPRINGWOOD.

    At a largely attended public meeting held in Springwood hist night the following resolution was carried by an overwhelming majority:—"That this meeting hereby records ...

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  36. EXONERATED.

    The Public Service Board has Just completed an inquiry into serious allegations made against an employee in the Public Trust Office, concerning his connection with ...

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  37. DENGUE FEVER.

    An epidemic of dengue [?]ver, which has affected Murwillubah, has, during the last few days, spread rapidly. The whole Tweed district is being affected, but the doctor[?] of ...

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  38. LABOUR CONVENTION

    When the A.L.P. convention decided yester day, by 62 votes to 41, to confirm the Queensland Central Executives attitude on the signing of the anti-Communist pledge, it was ...

    Article : 146 words
  39. LABOUR CAUCUS.

    A heated discussion took place at the Parliamentary Labour cau[?]s meeting yesterday morning respecting the absence of certain [?] member during important divisions in the[?] ...

    Article : 140 words
  40. FRENCH FINANCE.

    The Premier of France (M. Brland) has announced that he intends to split the Finance Bill into two parts. The first part, providing funds needed immediately to balance the ...

    Article : 143 words
  41. CLAIM FOR DAMAGES.

    An exchange of personalities between Mr. Poultney Blgelow, a well-known American lecturer and writer, and Mr. H. G. Wells, has taken a now turn with the announcement by ...

    Article : 128 words
  42. DR, EVATT M.L.A.

    It was a announced at a meeting of the Parliamentary Labour party yesterday that Dr. Evatt, M.L.A., would be leaving for England in the course of a few weeks, and would be ...

    Article : 72 words
  43. SOLICITOR'S LAPSE.

    Richard Edward Hourigan, aged 57 years, barristor and solicitor of Melbourne was charged before Judge Woinarski in the Court of General Session to-day on five counts of ...

    Article : 70 words
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