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  2. NATIONAL AIMS.

    The Prime Minister was warmly welcomed at the luncheon tendered him in the Town Hall yesterday by the Chamber of Commerce and the Chamber of Manufactures. There was a ...

    Article : 1,702 words
  3. FEDERAL CABINET.

    The Federal Treasurer, Mr. W. A. Watt, and Senator Millen, Minister for Repatriation, have practically completed arrangements which will enable them temporarily to ...

    Article : 306 words
  4. BAKERS' STRIKE.

    A compulsory conference was convened yesterday in connection with the bakers' strike. Proposals for settlement were put forward at the conference by the Commissioner for ...

    Article : 576 words
  5. MEAT TRADE.

    Representatives of the organised bodies of producers in all the States met yesterday morning at the offices of the Graziers' Association, in Pitt-street. At the same time ...

    Article : 675 words
  6. Family Notices

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    Family Notices : 3,045 words
  7. Advertising

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    Advertising : 395 words
  8. "DOUBLE-HEADED PENNY."

    "Unions must remember that they cannot play with a double-headed penny," said Judge Curlweis in the Arbitration Court yesterday when dismissing an application by the Milk ...

    Article : 302 words
  9. AUSTRALIAN EXPORT VALUES

    Mr. Hughes' statement to yesterday's deputation that the producers of the Commonwealth should be allowed to get the parity of the world's prices for their ...

    Article : 796 words
  10. PADDINGTON.

    The Sydney Municipal Council, at its next meeting, will be asked to accept a motion rescinding the resolution passed recently by ten votes to eight agreeing to the ...

    Article : 805 words
  11. MILL EMPLOYEES.

    It was stated at the Trades Hall yesterday that a mass meeting of the members of the Federated Millers and Mill Employees' Union had been convened for Wednesday night next, ...

    Article : 104 words
  12. The Sydney Morning Herald.

    The success of Mr. Henderson in the Widnes by-election has added to an almost unbroken series of Coalition defeats, and will compel the Government to take stock ...

    Article : 984 words
  13. REPORT TO FARMERS' CONFERENCE.

    Mr. Trethowan, M.L.C., president, at the annual conference of the Farmers and Settlers' Association last evening, asked the delegates to the meat conference that day to explain the ...

    Article : 235 words
  14. MASTER BAKERS MEET.

    A meeting of the members of the Master Bakers' Association was held last night. At the conclusion of the proceedings Mr. William White, president of the association, ...

    Article : 111 words
  15. HOW TO MAKE BREAD.

    Take 3┬Żlb of good flour, 1oz of yeast, a pint of warm milk and water, and a little salt. Dissolve the yeast in some of the milk, then mix all together. Place the flour in a large ...

    Article : 159 words
  16. MR. RYAN HOLDS ALOOF.

    Mr. T. J. Ryan, Premier of Queensland, in the course of a statement last evening, said he came to Sydney in consequence of a communication sent to his Under-Secretary by ...

    Article : 334 words
  17. FEDERAL MINISTERS.

    The Federal Ministers at present in Sydney spent a busy day yesterday. The Prime Minister, Mr. Hughes, during the morning, had a private conference with a ...

    Article : 273 words
  18. MR. HUGHES'S COMMENT.

    "I had nothing to do with the calling of this conference," said the Prime Minister when shown Mr. Ryan's statement last night. "When I heard that it was proposed to renew ...

    Article : 184 words
  19. PERSONAL.

    Lieutenant-Commander J. G. Latham, R.A.N.R., and Mrs. Latham, of Melbourne, are spending a holiday in the Mountains. Lieut.-Commander Latham has just returned ...

    Article : 101 words
  20. MINE ON BEACH.

    A report from Broadwater states that a mine was found on an ocean beach a short distance from that place. The mine, which is believed to be one of those laid by the ...

    Article : 55 words
  21. GO-SLOW IN NEW ZEALAND.

    Reports from all the coal mines of New Zealand go to show that the go-slow policy is still in progress. The output has seriously diminished. At Kiripaka, North Auckland the ...

    Article : 64 words
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