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  4. TO-DAY'S FORECAST:

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 35 words
  5. 44 HOURS WEEK WHAT IT MEANS TO N.S.W.

    IN view of the importance that attaches to the new provision of the 44-hour week to every individual, the "Sunday Times" obtained the following interviews during the week with representative business men of Sydney. The conclusion to be drawn from these interviews is that, as a ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. FASCISTS

    Much concern has been evinced in Adelaide that the British Fascist organizations are in course of formation. A man named F. W. Darby has been active ...

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  7. ACHIEVED WONDERS

    With a slight stoop and a semblance of a limp, Earl Allenby, who arrived at Adelaide to-day, is a typical cavalry man. Prior to leaving the Mongolia for the city, the distinguished visitor said to the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  8. GRIPPED BY DROUGHT

    Although most parts of Queensland have benefited largely from the recent rains, extensive territories in the northwest; particularly in the Winton and ...

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  9. OVER £6,000,000

    Salaries in the South Australian Civil Service are a stupendous item, and for the New Year, Parliament has granted £6,540,975. The Governor receives £5000 ...

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  10. STOLEN TOOLS

    The police made an important arrest yesterday afternoon. They took in charge a second-hand dealer at Newtown for alleged receiving, and ...

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  11. ALL OVER

    Mort's Dock strike ended yesterday. Work will be resumed tomorrow morning. Casual rates of pay are to remain for ...

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  12. SIGNED

    South Australia has attached its signature to the migration agreement, and it has been forwarded to the Prime Minister. Discussing the subject, the ...

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  13. GENEROUS DOCTOR

    Dr. Mayne has made a gift of land at Moggill to the University of Queensland for agricultural research purposes and as a site for outdoor University work ...

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  14. "BOON FOR LAWYERS"

    "Lawyers in New South Wales will not be able to cope with litigation over the abolition of the Legislative Council." ...

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  15. LAUGHING AT DEATH

    An aerial tower 100ft high has been completed on top of the State Insurance Building, in connection with the State radio service. The finishing touches ...

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  16. CHEERED AT ADELAIDE

    Adelaide paid homage to the world-famous war-general to-day, when, Field-Marshal Viscount Allenby, with Lady Allenby, disembarked from the Mongolia ...

    Article : 139 words
  17. MAN DROWNED

    Len Hatcher, of Yelarbon, was drowned when attempting to cross Rocky Creek, which was running a banker following the storm rains. Hatcher, who ...

    Article : 169 words
  18. BLACK NO MORE

    The industrial trouble which extended to the Railway Department over the declaring black of the steamer Koopa by coal workers has been satisfactorily ...

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  19. COUNCILLORS' PRIVILEGES

    Since this week's leading article was written, information has come to the "Sunday Times" that Mr. McTiernan is actually drafting a Bill guaranteeing to ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  20. GUESTS OF GOVERNORS'

    Field-Marshal Lord Allenby will arrive in Melbourne by the Adelaide express on Monday, and he and Lady Allenby will be the guests of the ...

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  21. CANNED FRUIT

    Important decisions may be come to at a meeting of the Fruit Canners' Association on Monday, to discuss the position arising out of complaints ...

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  22. TIT FOR TAT

    "The Evening News," in a leading article on the subject of "Cricket Widows," points out that "the matter is not merely an Australian problem ...

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  23. CLOTHES FOUND

    You cannot easily fool the police, and when Hurstville police were notified on Friday night that a bundle of boy's clothing had been found on the banks ...

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  24. TOWN HALL CLOSED

    The Sydney Town Hall was closed yesterday in accordance with the 44-hours' week. Seldom on Saturdays, however, was very much business ...

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  25. DEMAND FOR PAYMENT

    The signed memorial by numerous Labour and other members of the Upper Chamber, asking for payment, would seem to indicate that if the Abolition. ...

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  26. IS AUSTRALIAN XI. COMPLETED ?

    This afternoon Clem Hill gave an emphatic denial to the reports that there had been a selection made for the remainder of the Australian XI. ...

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  27. CLARA BUTT

    Last night, at the Town Hall, Dame Clara Butt gave the second of her farewell concerts before a large and appreciative audience. She sang ...

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  28. MAN CRITICALLY HURT

    Edward Johnston, aged 74, of Commonwealth-street, city, fell down a flight of steps at the Criterion Hotel, Park-street, yesterday, and fractured his skull. ...

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  29. STRUCK BY ROCK

    A rock fell from a ledge at the Sydney Harbour Bridge works at Dawes Point yesterday, and struck Alexander Gray, 22, of Earlwood, on ...

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  30. LIGHTS OUT

    Canterbury Council is having its electricity mains adjusted to-day, and so the electricity supply for the municipality will be cut off between ...

    Article : 30 words
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