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  2. LAW AND ORDER.

    "Every promise made in the Dandenong speech will be given effect to by the Federal Government at the earliest possible date. "Industrial legislation will be introduced ...

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  3. THE SEAMEN.

    An attack upon Mr. T. Walsh, general president, by Mr. Jacob Johannsen, assistant branch secretary, was the principal feature of the stop-work meeting of the Seamen's ...

    Article : 428 words
  4. SHEFFIELD SHIELD.

    New South Wales, in the Sheffield Shield match, has lost three wickets for 372, in reponse to Victoria's score of 290. H. L. Collins and A. Kippax scored centuries, and ...

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  5. WHEAT FREIGHTS.

    Following the sharp decline last week in chartering rates for homeward shipments of Australian wheat, the situation has become more acute owing to a fall oversea in the ...

    Article : 378 words
  6. PROROGUED.

    The State Parliament will be prorogued until Tuesday, February 9. The Cabinet arrived at this decision yesterday, and subsequently a proclamation was ...

    Article : 1,052 words
  7. COST OF LIVING.

    Mr. Napier Thomson, president of the Metal Trades Employers' Association, in a statement yesterday, pointed out that the Commonwealth Statistician's figures for ...

    Article : 406 words
  8. FORCED LOAN.

    The people of Greece woke up this morning to learn that they had all become debtors to the Government by virtue of a decree issued last night ordering a forced loan to be carried ...

    Article : 221 words
  9. WAR CLOUDS

    Arising out of the arrest of Russian officials of the Chinese Eastern Railway, war clouds threaten in Chinn. The Soviet is stated to be feverishly preparing for a ...

    Article : 582 words
  10. HEAT WAVES.

    Professor S. B. Dibble, of the Carnegie Institute of Technology at Pittsburg, said to-day that it was no more improbable to broadcast heat waves than it was to broadcast ...

    Article : 113 words
  11. NEW POWER-HOUSE.

    Having resisted unsuccessfully the decision of the Labour caucus to construct a new power-house at Bunnerong, Reform aldermen have been considerably perturbed recently ...

    Article : 492 words
  12. CAUCUS RULE.

    Resentment was expressed by Reform aldermen, at the meeting of the health and bylaws committee of the City Council yesterday, at the manner in which the council's ...

    Article : 259 words
  13. DECLARED "BLACK."

    At a stop-work meeting at the Ipswich railway yards this morning it was unanimously decided to declare "black" the Departmental Board appointed to inquire into the trouble ...

    Article : 173 words
  14. ESPIONAGE.

    Polish newspapers report that an extensive spying organisation, working on behalf of Germany, has been discovered at Warsaw. Three leaders and numerous accomplices have ...

    Article : 56 words
  15. THE NORTH POLE.

    The question of who discovered the North Polo has been reopened as the result of a lecture given by Captain Roald Amundsen, at Fort Worth (Texas). ...

    Article : 139 words
  16. LAND SETTLEMENT.

    Speaking at Essendon yesterday, the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Melbourne (Dr. Mannix) said that it was constantly said that migrants were needed in Australia, but in the ...

    Article : 216 words
  17. FATAL FALL.

    One man was killed and another seriously injured when scaffolding on which they were working collapsed, and they fell a distance of 40 feet from a city building yesterday. The ...

    Article : 199 words
  18. AVIATION.

    A White Paper has been issued containing a new agreement with Imperial Airways, Limited, supplementing the agreement, which was signed on May 15, 1924, between the ...

    Article : 316 words
  19. MOTORING FEAT.

    Major Court Treatt, his wife, and party have arrived at Cairo, after a journey of 11,000 miles from the Cape, by a motor car. They were enthusiastically welcomed by all ...

    Article : 74 words
  20. GERMAN MIGRANTS.

    Mr. D. G. Somerville, a former member of the House of Commons, and a recent visitor to Australia, who, at a discussion at the Ladies' Imperial Club, was reported to have ...

    Article : 127 words
  21. BUILDING SCHEME.

    A proposal to extend the Public Health Department buildings in Macquarie-street, at a cost of £68,000, was considered by the Parliamentary Public Works Committee yesterday. ...

    Article : 72 words
  22. ARTIFICIAL WOOL.

    The Agent-General for Victoria (Mr. George Fairbairn), who returned to Melbourne to-day by the Maloja for a short business visit, said that after having given the matter ...

    Article : 176 words
  23. DENTAL BOARD.

    The Premier (Mr. Lang) stated last night that the Executive Council, at its meeting that day, had dismissed from the Government service an officer, who was connected with the ...

    Article : 72 words
  24. WOMAN KILLED.

    A fatal motor accident occuned on the Maitland to Newcastle road at Tarro yesterday afternoon, the victim being Mrs. Isobella Rowley, of Steel-street, Jesmond. Mrs. ...

    Article : 195 words
  25. PEOPLE'S RIGHTS.

    The leader of the Opposition (Mr. Bavin) stated yesterday that he had noticed that Mr. Lang had made the statement: "That the Upper House will go, I have fully ...

    Article : 137 words
  26. CARDINAL MERCIER.

    Crowds outside the nursing home where Cardinal Mercier died, waiting to file past the body, typified the deep sorrow felt throughout Belgium. King Albert, members of the ...

    Article : 128 words
  27. EARTHQUAKE.

    A severe earthquake, believed to have occurred in the Solomon Islands, was recorded on the selsmograpbs of Riverview Observatory yesterday morning. ...

    Article : 194 words
  28. FLOGGING OF ABBE.

    News comes from Paris that the trial of 10 women members of the order of Notre Dame des Fleurs for flogging an abbe suggests a reversion to the Middle Ages rather than a ...

    Article : 196 words
  29. PYRMONT EXPLOSION

    Three deaths have been reported among the five men who were Injured in the explosion which occurrod at the works of the Colonial Sugar Roflning Co., Ltd., at Pyrmont, on ...

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  30. WRONG PLACINGS.

    Londonderry racecourse, in the Richmond district, provided several thrills this afternoon. There were also hostile demonstrations by the onlookers. Coming to the turn ...

    Article : 266 words
  31. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    The "Daily Chronicle" states that Sir John Simon recently visited India in connection with the Viceroy's demand upon the Maharajah of Indore to Justify himself before ...

    Article : 275 words
  32. MORT'S DOCK.

    No alteration occurred yesterday in the situation at Mort's Dock, where 1500 employees have been rendered idle owing to the refusal of the painters and dockers to work under ...

    Article : 177 words
  33. HEAVY FLOOD.

    Takaka (Nelson) experienced a heavy flood, which is described as the worst for 40 years. The river overflowed the protection works, submerging a wide area. In some of the ...

    Article : 99 words
  34. STRIKE AT LISMORE.

    Trouble developed among wharf-labourers loading the steamer Palmer for Brisbane at the Lismore wharf to-day. The local representatives of the union demanded that all ...

    Article : 98 words
  35. SPORT ABROAD.

    H. H. Bettington, the former King's School (Parrawatta) and Oxford player, has qualified for the Middlesex Cricket Club. He hopes to play during the coming season. Bettington ...

    Article : 104 words
  36. EDEN-MONARO SEAT.

    Mr. James Gilligan will contest the EdenMonaro by-election as an Independent Nationalist. Mr. Gilligan was at one tims associated with ...

    Article : 42 words
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