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  2. COLLIERY STRIKERS.

    Recent proceedings in the State Industrial Arbitration Court, in which his Honor Judge Holin ordered the imprisonment of 24 miners for fourteen days for an alleged ...

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  3. WOOL MARKET.

    Results at the first auction of an Australian wool season have never been watched with keener attention than experienced at the Sydney wool sales yesterday. ...

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  4. CIVIC GARAGE.

    The report which has been circulated among the aldermen by the deputy town clerk (Mr. Roy Hendy) on the present management ...

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  5. IDLE SHIPS.

    Although a considerable reduction has been made since the beginning of the year in the idle shipping of the Australian Commonwealth line, further reductions in the ...

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  6. SINGAPORE BASE.

    Arising from the Australian Preas Association's exclusive announcement that the Admiralty is sending out a huge floating dock to Singapore, the question arises ...

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  7. SECURITY.

    Reuter's Paris correspondent telegraphs that, in contrast with the meagre information vouchsated by British correspondents last night, the French newspapers publish ...

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  8. LATE CABLES.

    A bulletin issued at Lord Curzon's London residence to-day says: "Lord curzon underwent a severe operation this morning. The patient is as well as can be expected at this ...

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  9. AMERICAN FLEET.

    Mr. J. A. M. Elder (Australian Commissioner), commenting on Admiral R. E. Coontz's revised schedule in connection with the visit of the United States fleet to ...

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  10. HEAVY FLOODS.

    Heavy floods have occurred on the Richmond River, and its tributaries, as a result of torrential rain on the extreme North Coast during the last few days. ...

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  11. ST. PAUL'S.

    The Dean and Chapter of St. Paul's Cathedral announce their intention of closing for a considerable period the whole of the area under the dome, and to hold services in ...

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  12. GERMAN COMMENTS.

    Mr. S. A. Hill[?]er, of Mosman, has forwarded the following translation of an article which appeared in the "Cologne Gazette" of July 10, 1924:—The United States Shipping Board ...

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  13. LABOUR TYRANNY.

    "I would remind you that Labour is now in Control of the City Council, and whether you carry this matter at this committee or not we (the Labour caucus) have decided, that ...

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  14. MIGRATION.

    Sir Hugh Denison, at a luncheon given in his honour yesterday by the Royal Colonial Institute, dealt extensively with the problem of migration, and urged the appointment of ...

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  15. THE KING'S HEALTH.

    The King is making good progress. He was unable to go out to-day owing to a bitter wind. It is expected his Majesty will start on his journey to the Mediterranean ...

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  16. FIRE AT A MINE.

    A fire at Silver Peak mine, four miles from the city, at the side of Round Hill, yesterday destroyed the poppet heads and shop, and damaged the engine-house. ...

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  17. DR. EARLE PAGE.

    Dr. Earle Page sailed for England by the steamer Baltic. He expressed satisfaction concerning his American trip, and intimated that he had gathered much information, which ...

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  18. INDIAN CONSTITUTION.

    The report of the committee appointed to inquire into the working of the new Constitution has been issued. The majority, comprising two official European representatives, ...

    Article : 133 words
  19. THE ORONSAY.

    The R.M S. Oronsay, the second of three new vessols of similar design and size ordered by the Orient Steam Navigation Co., Ltd., is expected to arrive in Fremantle this ...

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  20. SCHOOL THEFT.

    Police investigations into the theft of a fourvalve wireless set from the Drummoyne Public School in November last, were closed yesterday by an accidental circumstance. ...

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  21. REPARATIONS.

    The Agent-General for Reparations has issued a statement with reference to the first payments by Germany under the Dawes scheme from September 1, 1924, to February 28, 1925. ...

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  22. FEDERAL ATTITUDE.

    The Prime Minister (Mr. Bruce[?] referred briefly to-day to the remark made on Saturday in London by the former Secretary of State for the Colonies (Mr. Thomas) that there were ...

    Article : 141 words
  23. PAY OF FIGHTING FORCES.

    The "Dally Express" understands that the question of reducing the pay of the fighting forces, which has been under discussion since 1923, will be settled by a decision to reduce the ...

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  24. COAL SUPPLIES.

    At the meeting of the City Council electricity suuply committee yesterday, on a report from Mr. Forbes Mackay showing the price of coal to the City Council, and the price for ...

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  25. LONDON WOOL SALES.

    The wool correspondent of the "Daily Telegraph" expects that Tuesday's sales will show 12[?] to 10 per cent. fall for merinos and fine crossbreds, and 71 to 10 per cent. decline ...

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  26. SENATE BALLOT.

    The full text was made available yesterday of the protest which will be made to the Federal executive of the A.L.P. against the inclusion of certain challenged votes in the ...

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  27. BRIDGE AND RAILWAY.

    The extent and progress of the preliminary work at North Sydney for the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the northern suburbs electric railway may be gauged by the fact that during ...

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  28. COMPOSITE MINISTRIES.

    The policy of Country party members towards composite ministries will be discussed at length at the annual conference of the Victorian Farmers' Union, which will open in ...

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  29. NEW ZEALAND MARKET.

    At the Dunedin wool sale, prices showed [?] considerable drop on the last sale. Fine wools were down from /3 to /5 per lb, and [?]breds from /2 to /4, and bellies /4. ...

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  30. PRINCE LVOFF'S DEATH.

    A message from Paris announces the death of Prince George Lvoff, who bocame Prime Minister 0f Russia after the Czar's abdication in March, 1917. ...

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  31. THE VOLUMNIA.

    Completing a voyage which was commenced in home waters in August lsst, the British steamer Volumnia is due in Sydney to-day The vessel, which is under charter to the ...

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  32. TIMBER-WORKERS.

    The hearing of the action which hits arisen out of a quarrel between the Federal council of the Australian Timber Workers' Union and the No. 2 (Victoria) branch of the union was ...

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  33. CASE AGAINST DOCTOR.

    The hearing of an application by the New Zealand Medical Board to have the name of Henry Dundas Mackenzie removed from the medical practitioners' roll has commenced in ...

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  34. THE CRUISERS.

    Asked to-day when he would be in a position to state the decision of the Federal Cabinet on the tenders received for the two 10,000 ton cruisers for the Royal Australian Navy, ...

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  35. COUNTING CONTINUED.

    The counting in the A.L.P. ballot for the selection of five candidates for the next Senate elections was continued at the Trades Hall last night. ...

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  36. MOTORING ACCIDENTS.

    Four persons were injured last night on the road between Whittleson and Yan Yean, when a motor lorry overturned on account of one of the front wheels coming off. The ...

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  37. PALL FROM TRAM.

    Serious injuries were received by Ernest Strand, aged 36 years, a tram conductor, who fell from a moving tram in Brewer-street, Mortlake, last night. He was taken by the ...

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  38. BOATING FATALITY.

    A message from Gympie states that two small boys, Melville and Desmond Luchran, lost their lives in the Mary River, near Widg[?] Crossing. Accompanied by their parents ...

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  39. MARKETING OVERSEAS

    The Canterbury Chamber of Commerce, in a Circular protesting against the action of the Dairy Control Hoard in regard to marketing overseas, says:—"The world has had an ...

    Article : 90 words
  40. SEAMEN'S AWARD.

    Applications by employers and employe[?] for variations of the Seamen's Award came before the president of the Arbitration Court (Mr. Justice Powers) to-day, but the ...

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  41. STRUCK BY ENGINE.

    James McDermott, aged 40 years, of Water-street, Lidcombe, received fatal injuries at the Central Railway Station yesterday. He was walking on the line, when he was struck ...

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  42. CAR CRASHES INTO JINKER.

    During yesterday afternoon William A. Hall, of Broadmeadows, accompanied by his wife, was sitting in a jinker talking to some people in a stationary motor car, when ...

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  43. INCITING TO STRIKE.

    In Chambers to-day Mr. Justice Starke granted an order to review the fines of £100 and £50 imposed upon Tom Walsh, president ot the Seamen's Union, in the recent charges ...

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  44. POLISH PRIEST'S FATE.

    The Moscow correspondent of the 'Daily "Express" says: Father Fedoukovitch, a Polish Roman Catholic priest, was burned to death by assailants. The latter poured petrol over ...

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