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  2. THE SEAMEN.

    Members of the Australian Seamen's Union yesterday def[?]ed the interstate shipping companies by attending a stop-work meeting during the morning, after they had been refused ...

    Article : 339 words
  3. AIRSHIP.

    It is now expected that the R100—the 5,000,000 cubic foot airship under construction for the British Government—will be completed in April next, and it is confidently expected that ...

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  4. TWO INQUIRIES.

    The fact that two inquiries were resumed yesterday concerning the Greycliffe disaster led to an unusual clash of interests. During the day the captain and officers of ...

    Article : 505 words
  5. HOPE ABANDONED.

    The agent of the Western Union Telegraph Company at Heart's Content, on Trinity Bay, on the opposite coast of Newfoundland from Harbour Grace, reports that he received a ...

    Article : 119 words
  6. SNOWBOUND. After Blizzard.

    The effects of the blizzard which swept England on Christmas night and all day Monday are still being felt. To-day many railways and ronds are under snow, nnd floods ...

    Article : 486 words
  7. STABBED IN NECK.

    A quarrel between two unemployed seamen in a disused coal trimmer's but on the Carrington wharf shortly before midnight last night ended in the fatal stabbing of William ...

    Article : 418 words
  8. GREYCLIFFE COLLISION. TAHITI CAPTAIN'S STORY.

    When the Court of Marine Inquiry resumed the taking of evidence concerning the sinking of the ferry Greycliffe by the Tahiti on November 3, the master of the Tahiti (Captain Aldwell) gave a vivid account of the disaster. He said that the Tahiti's speed was not ...

    Article : 112 words
  9. TEST CRICKET.

    England won the first test match by 10 wickets. In their second innings the South Africans scored only 170. Top score among the first six batsmen was ...

    Article : 156 words
  10. PASSENGER'S STORY.

    Mr. Justice Campbell presided, and was assisted by Captains C. Z. Lindbergh and F. W. Joliffe as assessors. James Scott Bith[?]l, senior assistant master ...

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  11. ATLANTIC LINER.

    The fast 43,500 ton French liner [?]e do France is being equipped with a flve-ton seaplane, to carry 15 passengers or two tons of mall. ...

    Article : 105 words
  12. FLYING MINISTER.

    Costing £800, a De Havilland "Moth" aeroplane will be landed at Melbourne this week for use by the Rev. Leonard Daniels in his country parish in New South Wales. In ...

    Article : 519 words
  13. TRANS-TASMAN FLIGHT.

    Owing to the wet weather, it was decided not to make a trial flight to-day of the Ryan monoplane, in which Lieutenant Moncrieff (pilot) and Captain Knight, of the New ...

    Article : 145 words
  14. DANGERS OF BENZINE.

    Fraulein Lucie Kleselhausen,, a famous Viennese dancer, was the victim of a shocking "geyser" accident at Berlin. While heating water for a bath she decided to ...

    Article : 99 words
  15. FINAL SCENES.

    There were gloomy scenes at the Town Hall yesterday. During the past few weeks the doomed Labour aldermen have wandered uneasily through ...

    Article : 488 words
  16. LEVEL CROSSING.

    Two members of the Sturt Bowling Club were killed to-day when a motor car carrying a club team on tour collided with a rail motor at a level crossing. Messrs. N. H. Doolette, ...

    Article : 113 words
  17. LOS ANGELES MURDER

    William Hickman, who is under arrest for the murder of Marlon Parker, has been lodged in gaol at Los Angeles. There had been widespread fear that mob violence might ...

    Article : 179 words
  18. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    The Roumanian Court has endorsed the division of the late King Ferdinand's estate, valued at £500,000, equally among five beneficiaries, including Prince Carol. ...

    Article : 142 words
  19. TIN HARES.

    The announcement by the Greyhound Coursing Association that, in view of the ban placed on night botting by the Government, it intends holding its meetings at the Epping ...

    Article : 335 words
  20. WESTERN AUSTRALIAN FATALITY.

    Thomas Rose, aged 44, a wealthy landowner of Burekup, was fatally injured at a level crossing near Burekup railway crossing this morning, when a motor car, in which he was ...

    Article : 67 words
  21. BROADCASTING.

    The wireless expert of the "Dally Telegraph" suggests that the fact of the shortwave stations in Australia using lower power than 5SW was responsible for the ...

    Article : 137 words
  22. MOTOR CYCLISTS.

    What is believed to be the largest "gipsy touring" party of motor cyclists organised in any part of the world arrived in Sydney yesterday afternoon from Melbourne, when ...

    Article : 535 words
  23. HENDREN COMMENTS.

    Interesting observations on the young cricketers he had seen in Australia were made this evening by E. P, (Patsy) Hendr[?]n, the English Eleven cricketer, who recently arrived ...

    Article : 362 words
  24. NEW DESTROYERS.

    The Government is to seek the authority of parliament to purchase two modern destroyers, to be delivered within three years, to replace the Patriot and the Patrician, which are ...

    Article : 90 words
  25. STRANDED.

    Advices were received in Sydney by mail yesterday that the German cargo steamer Elberfeld, which was in Australian waters several months ago, had stranded near Cape ...

    Article : 211 words
  26. HEROIC FIREMEN.

    The bodies of three of the four firemen who were killed while fighting a fire in a fivestory factory at Gallow Gate, Glasgow, on Christmas Eve, were found to-day in a corner ...

    Article : 112 words
  27. THEATRES.

    Three theatres are being erected in the metropolitan area, and will cost, including shops and office blocks for letting purposes, approximately £1,000,000. These are picture ...

    Article : 143 words
  28. STERN DISCIPLINE.

    An instance was given in shipping circles last night of the stern discipline exercised by the Seamen's Union over its members. It was stated that a complaint was made at ...

    Article : 136 words
  29. SIR HUGH DENISON.

    Following a cable message that the retiring Australian Commissioner in the United States (Sir Hugh Denison) had stated that the Australian Government had not been ...

    Article : 119 words
  30. FRENCH TENNIS PLAYERS.

    A cable message has been received by the hon. secretary of the Lawn Tennis Association of Australia (Mr. Harley Malcolm) from Jean Borotra, captain of the team of French ...

    Article : 102 words
  31. FARMER DROWNED.

    Arnold Davies (23), a farmer of Muttama, was drowned at Talbingo on Boxing Day. Davies dived into a pool of water about 2[?] feet deep, and his younger brother, seeing that ...

    Article : 81 words
  32. FLYING-BOATS' CRUISE.

    The four R.A.F. flying boats engaged on a cruise to Singapore and Australl, covered 450 miles between Bombay and Mangalore in six hours. They circled over Mangalore, and ...

    Article : 77 words
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