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  2. STEEL INDUSTRY.

    "While the steel industry in Australia has done its utmost to retain the Australian trade it is disquieting to read the statement published recently that a. ...

    Article : 707 words
  3. ELECTIONS. NO BRIBES.

    "Mr. Dooley has returned from a country trip," said Sir George Fuller yesterday, "to report that money is spent like water. He paints a disturbing picture of attempts to ...

    Article : 479 words
  4. AFRAID TO INVEST.

    At a political meeting in support of Mr. Fisher, Nationalist candidate for Paddington, a detailed list was given of buildings in Brisbane held up pending a return to sane ...

    Article : 136 words
  5. BRITISH CABINET. CRISIS PASSES OVER.

    It is understood that Mr. Lloyd George has accepted the Unionist leaders' assurances, a d has agreed to postpone his resignation. Mr. Lloyd George, who is suffering from ...

    Article : 364 words
  6. WHEAT GUARANTEE. FOR FIVE YEAKS.

    A proposal to guarantee a minimum price fer wheat for the live years ahead to enable growers to pay the basic wage of £1/5/ to rural workers was outlined by the Minister for ...

    Article : 363 words
  7. PRINCE OF WALES.

    The native city of Peshawar offeied the Prince of Wales an unexpected affrent to-day by putting up its shutters duiing the State drive through the main streets to eceive a ...

    Article : 526 words
  8. LATE CABLE NEWS PROFESSIONAL CRICKETERS.

    The "Westminster Gazette," in an article today, says:—"The professional cricketer is entitled to sell his skill in the best market open to him. In the case of county and ...

    Article : 116 words
  9. WAGES.

    Sir George Fuller yesterday Indignantly denied a statement by Mr. Hutchison, Labour candidate for Ryde, that "the first plank in the National-Progressive ...

    Article : 213 words
  10. MIDLAND RAILWAY.

    The report for the year of the Midland Railway (Western Australia) shows a debit balance of £14,595, making the total accumulated debit £110,817. ...

    Article : 32 words
  11. CHILDREN'S BOOKS.

    The City Council last evening unanimously passed £1000 for the purpose of re-stocking the children's section of the Municipal Library. ...

    Article : 119 words
  12. BLAZING INFERNO. EXPLOSION IN FACTORY.

    An explosion at Port Tipton, Staffordshire, killed ten and Injured thirty girls who were removing the contents from 160 tons of cartridges. ...

    Article : 150 words
  13. WAGE REDUCTIONS. EMPLOYERS MOVE.

    Various employers throughout the Commonwealth, whose employees are governed by Federal awards have decided to approach the Commonwealth Arbitration ...

    Article : 388 words
  14. STATEMENT BY MR. DOOLEY.

    With reference to the statement by Mr. M'Girr of the Govcrninent's Intentions with regard to the wheat guarantee, Mr. Dooley stated last night that it was the policy of the ...

    Article : 109 words
  15. TOWN HALL USHERS.

    The City Council last evening, by 10 votes to 8, decided to rescind the resolution passed by the council in March last making it compulsory for hirers of the Town Hall to ...

    Article : 156 words
  16. IRISH BILL PASSED.

    On the resumption in the House ot Commons of the debate in committee on the Irish Free State Agreement Bill, Mr. T. Moles (Unionist) moved an amendment, providing ...

    Article : 422 words
  17. TOWN BLOTTED OUT.

    Later information regarding the disastrous cyclone at Chinde (Portuguese East Africa) shows that 10 steamers were sunk or driven ashore. ...

    Article : 46 words
  18. THE FEDERAL ARENA.

    The Minister for Health (Mr. M'Girr) opened his campaign in the Sydney electorate at the Protestant Hall last night. On rising to speak he was given a flattering reception by ...

    Article : 1,236 words
  19. SHARK HUNT. TRAWLER ENGAGED AT COOGEE.

    Considerable interest is still being manifested in the efforts to capture sharks at Coogee. The Government trawler Gooangal visited the scene yesterday, and made a ...

    Article : 167 words
  20. GENERAL STRIKE.

    A message from Johannesburg states that after sitting all day, the Joint executives of the trade unions and the Industrial Federation passed a resolution declaring a general strike ...

    Article : 191 words
  21. TO WED HEIRESS.

    The "Daily Chronicle" states that Lord Louis Mountbatten will shortly marry Miss Edwina Ashley, heiress of the late Sir Ernest Cassel. Miss Edwina Ashley is now staying ...

    Article : 40 words
  22. " EVICTED BLACKS."

    "The telegram from Brlsbane describing the forcible removal of blacks of the Prince of Wales tribe from Hammond Island in Torres Straits must have distressed a great number ...

    Article : 736 words
  23. HONGKONG STRIKE ENDED.

    A Washington message reports that the seamen's strike at Hongkong is ended. The Government has forced the shipowners to grant the employees' demands. ...

    Article : 30 words
  24. FOOTBALLER'S DEATH.

    A gloom has been cast over Welsh Rugby football by the death "of Bryan Richards, the famous full-back, who was playing on Saturday for Pontypridd against Penarth. ...

    Article : 51 words
  25. DIVING FOR SHARKS.

    Sir,—With regard to Diver Jackson; I was pleased to see that another diver had had something to say, and knew what he was talking about. I have had 30 years' ...

    Article : 373 words
  26. WASHINGTON

    Mr. Chamberlain, replying to a question regarding the cost of the British delegation to Washington, said it was not expected to exceed £50.000. ...

    Article : 75 words
  27. GOVERNMENT DOCK.

    The following significant passages occur in a report which has been supplied by Mr. Cutler, manager of the Walsh Island Government dockyard, to Mr. Lazzarinl, Mlnistor for State ...

    Article : 190 words
  28. ORDER OF THE GARTER.

    Sir Arthur Balfour, who on Saturday was invested by the King with the Order of Knight of the Garter. is one of the few commoners who hsa been thus honoured, the Oreder of the ...

    Article : 111 words
  29. COURT INVOKED IN NEW ZEALAND.

    The Wellington ship-owners have decided that the Arbitration Court shall be asked to determine the wages and conditions of the seamen. Last week they submitted ...

    Article : 75 words
  30. PACIFIC TREATY.

    A message from Washington states that the Republicans have begun a fight in the Senate in support of the Four Power Pacific Treaty. Senator New, in a speech, said: "There is ...

    Article : 226 words
  31. WO[?] TOPS CASE.

    There have been no fewer than 19 occasions on which this case has bEEr before the High Court on side issues. The last was an application made by the ...

    Article : 348 words
  32. TRADE WITH RUSSIA.

    A message from Paris says that the "Matin" declares that experts, in their report regarding the resumption of trade with Russia, consider that there should not be conditions ...

    Article : 68 words
  33. WAR HOMES.

    That the war service homes scheme and repatriation activities gonerally in Australia compare more than favourably with those in other parts of the British Empire is the ...

    Article : 382 words
  34. OVERSEA' ZOOS.

    "It might be fairly claimed that Taronga Park is one of the show places of the world," said Mr. A. S. Le Soeuf, director of the Taronga Zoological Park, on his return from a ...

    Article : 427 words
  35. RELIEF HELD UP.

    A message from Washington reports that Mr. [?] c. Hoover has announced that an enor[?] quantity of American relief grain is tied up in Russian seaports, whlle people in ...

    Article : 53 words
  36. GOOD ROADS.

    The City Council last evening unanimously decided to Invite tenders for the laying of 50,000 squnre yards of city streets with bituminous asphalt. ...

    Article : 201 words
  37. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    The appeal of Edward Black, an insurance agent, of Tregonissey, Cornwall, who was found guilty of the murder of his wife, has been dismissed. ...

    Article : 330 words
  38. GERMAN AIRCRAFT.

    The Paris "Matin" states definitely that the Genoa Conference will open on April 10. The Italian Government has consented to this M. Poincare, desiring to show the great ...

    Article : 148 words
  39. SURF TRAGEDY.

    Mrs Sladen, an aunt of Mervyn Gannon, who died from injuries Inflicted by a shark in the surf at Coogee last week, has recelved a letter of condolence from the Premier (Mr. ...

    Article : 109 words
  40. WHITE AUSTRALIA.

    With the advent of the South Australian Premier (Mr.Barwell) the White Australia Controversy has been transferred from the australian to the London Press The initial ...

    Article : 134 words
  41. ACCIDENT AT YANCO.

    J. H. M'Donald, of Leeton, referring in a letter to the "Herald," to the accident which occurred at the North Yanco Agricultural High School, states: "My own boy was in the water ...

    Article : 132 words
  42. MISSING CHILDREN FOUND.

    While closing up his establishment late last night a pietuie-show proprietor at Willoughby found secieted in the building two children ...

    Article : 109 words
  43. CITY SLUMS.

    The City Couucll last, evening decided to order the demolition of certain slum property in the Church-straet area in the Pyrmont ward. Sixteen houses are to be demollshed. ...

    Article : 74 words
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