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  2. ANZAC DAY.

    There is apparently still a great deal of confusion among small retail traders as to what their position is with regard to the observance of Anzac Day. The secretary of ...

    Article : 703 words
  3. THE EXPLOSION.

    For several hours to-day defectives interviewed Mr. J. P. Duncan, senior partner of the Richmond Electrical Supply Stores, whose premises in ...

    Article : 701 words
  4. IRON AND STEEL.

    Representatives of the steel and iron industry of Australia met at Lithgow to-day, under the auspices of the Bureau of Steel Manufacturers of Australia. ...

    Article : 638 words
  5. U.S.A. FLEET.

    The American Consul-Genaral in Melbourne has forwarded to the Consul-General for New South Wales (Mr. Lawton) the official plans received by him for the visit of the ...

    Article : 331 words
  6. SUSPENDED.

    There was a sensation at the Roehampton Club on the first day of the tournament. S. M. Jacob, the All India Davis Cup captain, was informed that the Lawn Tennis ...

    Article : 387 words
  7. SHIPPING DISPUTE.

    Additional calls were made at the Mercantile Marine Offices yesterday for a crew for the Australian Commonwealth Line steamer Eromanga. ...

    Article : 109 words
  8. THE PRINCE.

    The Prince of Wales is being received with tromendous enthusiasm by the natives of the Niger delta. His journey into Nigeria was marked by great ...

    Article : 219 words
  9. WEMBLEY.

    The introduction of many working models will make the Australian pavilion at Wembley far more attractive than before. The best of these will be a complete illustration of the ...

    Article : 315 words
  10. TELEPHONES.

    The Postmaster-General (Mr. Gibson) stated to-day that the profits on the telephone service had not fallen to such an extent as to warrant an immediate advance ...

    Article : 113 words
  11. MIGRATION.

    The Empire Community Settlement Committee reports that the scheme aiming at the establishment of residential settlements in the dominions by former officers and others ...

    Article : 164 words
  12. POWER-HOUSE.

    The confliet between the Premter and Lord Mayor respecting the proposed City Council power-house continues. Yesterday the Premier referred to a ...

    Article : 594 words
  13. DISARMAMENT.

    M. Tchicherin, Russian Commissar of Foreign Affairs, has informed the Secretary-general of the League of Nations, that the Soviet Government declines to ...

    Article : 72 words
  14. ATTACHMENT.

    In the Equity Court yesterday, Mr. Justice Long Innes granted the application of Thomas Campbell for authority to issue a writ of attachment against ...

    Article : 446 words
  15. WIRELESS CONGRESS.

    A Reuter message from Paris says:—The Juridical section of the International Wireless Congress has resolved that the right of intellectual property recognised by the ...

    Article : 125 words
  16. FIRE ON AENEAS.

    The steamer Aeneas has arrived at Durban with her cargo of wool in the forepeak on fire. The extent of the damage is unknown. On arrival at Durban firemen ...

    Article : 152 words
  17. BULGARIA.

    As a sequel to the outrages at Sofia, Bulkaria has asked the Allies for permission to incrense her army by 10,000 men. The Ambassadors' Conference will settle the matter. It ...

    Article : 134 words
  18. WIRELESS.

    Mr. G. D. Maclurean, of Strathfield, yesterday maintained a half-hour's conversation in Morse, by means of wiraless, with the wireless research ...

    Article : 381 words
  19. RIOTOUS NATIVES.

    Following attempts by the police to seize some kaffir beer in the native location, a turbulent crowd of about 1000 natives stoned the Bloemfontein police. ...

    Article : 182 words
  20. FEDERAL PACT.

    Dr. Earle Page, Commonwealth Treasurer and leader of the Australian Country party, said to-day that some confusion existed in cortain places with regard to the arrangements ...

    Article : 317 words
  21. KING GEORGE'S TOUR.

    It is announced that the King and Queen Mary intend breaking their homeward journey at Paris on Friday, when they will lunch with M. Doumergue, afterwards place a wreath on ...

    Article : 57 words
  22. AEROPLANES CRASH.

    A Colonial Office communique states that a British aeroplane crashed and was totally burned in the Belad Sinjar area (Mosul), presumably having been brought down by rifle ...

    Article : 123 words
  23. CITY RATES.

    The works committee and the health committee, the two committees in charge of the City Council's spending departments, yesterday considered their ...

    Article : 664 words
  24. THE MINERS.

    The Northern Collieries Association reported yesterday that operations were resumed at Neath during the morning, but no change was reported in the position at Duckenfield ...

    Article : 127 words
  25. AERIAL LIGHTHOUSE.

    A message from Paris says:—The 1,000,000,000 candle-power revolving lighthouse on Mont Afrique, near Dijon, has been lighted for the first time. It is intended to assist the ...

    Article : 83 words
  26. WOOD BLOCKS.

    The City Council's chief mechanical engineer (Mr. Stevenson) recommended to the works committee yesterday in regard to certain machinery required for street ...

    Article : 507 words
  27. BROKERS ON STRIKE.

    News comes from Rome that brokers on the Italian Stock Exchange are striking, as a result of Signor Mussolini's efforts to stop exaggerated speculation. ...

    Article : 103 words
  28. TOWN PLANNING.

    An International Regional and City Planning Conference, under the supervision of the American Institute of Architects, opened In New York to-day. Seventy-five foreign ...

    Article : 145 words
  29. RAILWAYS.

    The executive of the Australian Union of Locomotive Enginemen, at a special meeting to-night, decided to put into operation the decision reached at the mass meeting on ...

    Article : 95 words
  30. LABOUR DISPUTES.

    Determined efforts will be made at a special meeting of the Cumbeland Electorate Council to-night to settle the dispute yith the A.L.P. campaign committee respecting ...

    Article : 266 words
  31. WORD "KNOWINGLY."

    At the Wagga Police Court Alan McLeish, hotelkeeper, was charged with having in his possession skins of protected animals, namely, 117 possum skins. ...

    Article : 266 words
  32. BURIED JEWELS.

    The Vienna correspondent of the "Daily Chronicle" recounts the story associated with widower's request for pormiss'on to exhume the body of his wife, who had been dead ten ...

    Article : 126 words
  33. SEWERAGE BOARDS.

    Serious allegations impugning the administration of the Bendigo sewerage authority, particularly in regard to the treatment of contractors tendering for work, and the ...

    Article : 80 words
  34. LIQUOR SUPPLIES.

    The convention of the Grand Lodge, I.O.G.T., held at Lismore, decided to arrange a deputation of anti-liquor forces to wait on the Raliway Commissioners and ask (1) that ...

    Article : 114 words
  35. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    An interesting display made by young artists includes paintings by Herbert Thompson, the Australian, and sculptures by George Lambert's son, Maurice, whose work the ...

    Article : 328 words
  36. AUSTRALIAN BRANDY.

    The War Office has advised the High Commissioner for Australia that tenders will ha issued for the supply of brandy, admitting Australian and South African, in addition to ...

    Article : 74 words
  37. TRIBAL LAW.

    A deputation from the Aborigines Friends' Association aud the Advisory Board of Aborigines waited upon the Chief Secretary (Mr. Jelly) to-day and requested that a native ...

    Article : 169 words
  38. TROUBLE AT RYDE.

    With a view to settling, a dispute which has arisen among the Labour candidates in the Ryde electorate, a special meeting of the Ryde electorate council wioll be held at ...

    Article : 257 words
  39. UNION LINE.

    The Union Steam Ship Company's steamer Maungunui which has been running for over two years between Sydney and San Francisco, has been transferred to the company's service ...

    Article : 148 words
  40. WALSH ISLAND.

    The only change in the position at the Government dockyard at Walsh Island, where 32 crane men ceased work yesterday on being refused an increase in wages, is that 350 men ...

    Article : 116 words
  41. SPORT ABROAD.

    Sir Edwin Stockton, spoaking at the opening plactice of Lancashire players, said that the county would continue to be assisted by the Australian, McDonald. The country's prospects ...

    Article : 121 words
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