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  2. PONY RACING.

    If the recommendations of the chairman of the Select Committee which was appointed during the last session of Parliament to inquire into the conduct of pony racing are ...

    Article : 265 words
  3. THE COLLIERIES.

    Existing troubles on the northern coalfields are not confined to the miners themselves, but are shared by the enginedrivers and mine deputies. The latter, ...

    Article : 509 words
  4. MR. BRUCE ACCEPTS PACT.

    Mr. Bruce has decided to accept the proposed pact in the form agreed upon by the party executives at the recent conference. He stipulates, however, that the endorsement of the State ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 1,306 words
  5. MR. THEODORE.

    In the Assembly to-day Mr. Theodore replied to the speech of the leader of the Opposition (Mr. Moore), who during the Premier's absence in the south moved a vote of ...

    Article : 737 words
  6. ABANDONED.

    The British world flight under Squadron-leader Maclaren has been adandoned. A wireless message from Squadron-leader ...

    Article : 262 words
  7. GERMANY.

    Mr.Ramsay MacDonald outlined to the House of Commons to-day the decisions of the Aillies Conference. Various safeguards, he said, had been taken ...

    Article : 783 words
  8. LATE CABLES.

    The German Chancellor (Dr. Marx), the Minister for Foreign Affairs (Herr Stresemann), and other German delegates invited to the Allies' Conference, arrived in London ...

    Article : 134 words
  9. DAVIS CUP.

    The European zone final of the Davis Cup between France and Czecho-Slovakia was continued at Evian-lee-Bains to-day, when the doubles match was played. This resulted ...

    Article : 65 words
  10. SOVIETISM.

    M.Balkaloff, a Russian Socialist, addressing the Social Democratic Federation Conference in London, said he welcomed the opportunity of telling the true conditions in ...

    Article : 168 words
  11. GULF TRAGEDY.

    A telegram received this afternoon by the Minister for Home and Territories (Senator Pearce) from the Administrator of the Northern Territory (Mr. Urquhart) stated that the ...

    Article : 221 words
  12. THE MEXICAN CRIME.

    When the House of Commons met to-day Mr. Ramsay MacDonald was warmly bombarded with questions regarding the Government's intention in relation to the murder of ...

    Article : 557 words
  13. THREATENED STOPPAGE.

    Considerable anxiety is felt in Newcastle commercial and industrial circles at the unexpected hostility displayed by members of the Deputies Association, which threatens the ...

    Article : 450 words
  14. BREAKDOWN.

    The following communique was issued by the Foreign Office this morning:— "The Anglo-Soviet Conference, having sat in committee the whole of Saturday and ...

    Article : 88 words
  15. OLD COLONISTS.

    Part IV. of the Australian census, taken on April 4, 1921, shows that 32 persons resided in Australia for more than 90 years—that is[?] that they arrived here not later than April 4, ...

    Article : 308 words
  16. CESSNOCK TRAGEDY.

    Andrew Jones, 20, carter, a local identity, was arrestad at 4 o'clock this afternoon, and was charged with the murder of Charles Murphy, whose body was found floating in a ...

    Article : 69 words
  17. TAILTEANN GAMES.

    The boxing matches of the Tailteann Games at Dublin commenced to-day. In the first round of the lightweight section, Kelleher (Ireland) beat C. Sinclair (Australia), and ...

    Article : 47 words
  18. EVOLUTION OF MAN.

    "Evidence in Favour of the Theory ot Evolution" was the subject of a lecture by Professor Launcelot Harrison at St. Andrew's College on Monday morning, before an ...

    Article : 320 words
  19. JAPANESE ARMY.

    This morning's newspapers give prominence to the draft of an alleged report by the Military Reform Investigation Committee, which is being submitted to the Minister. It is ...

    Article : 98 words
  20. SCHOONER CATHKIT.

    Fears are entertained for the safety of the schooner Cathkit, which left Sydney 33 days age for Hobart. The vessel has not yet arrived, and the violent weather which has ...

    Article : 134 words
  21. ENGLISH CRICKET.

    The M. C.C. team will sail for Australia by the Orimonde on September 13. C.H.Parkin has written to the Board of Control, apologising for his comments upon ...

    Article : 109 words
  22. DAY LABOUR.

    The City Council last night decided to refer to the electricity supply committee for investigation the question why the departmental estimates for a certain work for the ...

    Article : 331 words
  23. MELBOURNE CRIME.

    The expressed optimism of the detectives who are endeavouring to elucidate the mystery of the murder of Irene Tuekerman appears significant. Up to a late hour to-night, ...

    Article : 163 words
  24. STATE SHIPPING.

    Operations of the Canadian Government Merchant Marine for the year 11923 are reported to have shown a loss, after providing for the payment of interest to the Government and ...

    Article : 193 words
  25. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    Mr. Ramsay MacDonald stated in the House of Commons that he regarded the stories of the alleged Russo-Japanese Treaty as having no foundation. ...

    Article : 184 words
  26. IRISH DEADLOCK.

    Mr. J. H. Thomas (Secretary of Slate for the Colonies) and Mr. Arthur Henderson (Home Secretary) hurried to Dublin this evening in consequence of a further communication from ...

    Article : 175 words
  27. WOMEN ATHLETES.

    The International women athletes' contest at Stamford Bridge resulted as follows:— Great Britain,56 points, 1; France, 24 points, 2;Belgium 15 points,3. Italy, Switzerland, ...

    Article : 112 words
  28. MAN IN A BANK.

    In regard to the finding of a man named Thomas Wallace on the premises of the Commercial Bank of Australia by the manager, Mr. F. W. Coop, on Sunday night, there ...

    Article : 223 words
  29. ARTISTS' BALL.

    A meeting of the executive of the United Aitists' Ball to be hell at the Town Hall on August 29, was held at the Hotel Australia yesterday. Mr. E. J. Tait presided. ...

    Article : 231 words
  30. ANOTHER CHILD MOLESTED.

    Following a story told by a little girl, the police to-night arrested a man. The girl, who was sent by her mother, a resident of Yarraville, to buy some milk, told the police ...

    Article : 127 words
  31. BROADCASTING.

    The special service which was held in St. Mark's Church, Darling Point, on Sunday night, to mark the anniversary of the declaration of war, and which was broadcasted by ...

    Article : 136 words
  32. STERLING EXCHANGE.

    Sterling to-day touched the highest point this year. It reached 4.45[?] dollars to £1, representing a week-end gain of nearly two cents. Continental exchanges were ...

    Article : 36 words
  33. LAWN TENNIS.

    The Hampshire lawn tennis championships were commenced at Bournemouth, the Australian, J.Willard and J. M. Bayl[?], being competitors. In the first round of the ...

    Article : 79 words
  34. SUN AND MOON.

    The uncommon occurrence of an eclipse of the moon and the sun during the same month is prodicted during the present month.[?] total eclipse of the moon will take place [?] ...

    Article : 167 words
  35. SIR GEORGE GREENHILL.

    Sir George Greenhill, one of the members of the British Association for the Advancement of Science, who arrived to attend the conference at Toronto, is missing. He was ...

    Article : 93 words
  36. GOVERNOR-GENERAL.

    The Governor-General (Lord Forster), accompanied by Lady Forster, arrived in Newcastle this evening. His Excellency, who was the guest of the ...

    Article : 57 words
  37. PRIVY COUNCIL APPEAL

    The Judicial Committee of the Privy council has reserved judgement in the appeal of the city Council of Sydney against judgements of Mr.Justice Street relative to certain ...

    Article : 34 words
  38. LANE COVE DISTRICT.

    A deputation which walted upon the Minister for Works (Mr. Ball) yesterday urged that the sewerage system should be extended to the lane Cove district. The Minister ...

    Article : 46 words
  39. CITY ROBBERY.

    The premises of Kauffman Brothers, in Station House, Rawson-place, were broken into during Monday night. Silk hosiery and ties, valued at over £50, were stolen. ...

    Article : 31 words
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