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  2. Apparent Deadlock on National Insurance Scheme

    According to a message from Canberra today, a deadlock already has been reached by the Ministers in regard to the National Insurance scheme. Although there are many proposals of compromise, none ...

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  3. POLICE SEARCH

    It was revealed by a Sydney detective yesterday that extensive inquiries are being made, in New South Wales for a certain man who, they believe, would be ...

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  4. BOTANY COUNCIL TROUBLE

    Alleging that Alderman John M'Carthy, of the Botany Council, had acted on numerous occasions in the last six months as an alderman while being ...

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  5. EMPIRE DEFENCE

    The proposed defence conference in New Zealand would be of vital importance to the Empire, said Air Marshal Sir Arthur Longmore, one of the senior ...

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  6. WATER RATES

    The Government [?] to amend the Local Government Act in connection with the obligations of country councils to impose rates for [?] ...

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  7. 100 MORE MIGRANTS

    The liner Orion, which arrived in Sydney today from overseas, brought 100 migrants, of whom thirty were men, women, and children, from ...

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  8. SPANISH REFUGEES

    The finance committee of the Chamber of Deputies agreed to open a credit of £900,000 for the relief of Spanish refugees, of whom 441,000 are ...

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  9. STA[?] ORDERS

    A change [?] Government [?], which seriously [?] for[?]ners, was announced by [?] Mat[?] ...

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  10. FURTHER RAIN EXPECTED

    Tho State Meteorologist, Mr. Marcs, said today that the marked series of tropical depressions in the south-eastern quarter of the State was indicative of further rain. Steady falls had extended into the Riverina, and were fairly general ...

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  11. NEUTRALITY REPEAL

    The neutrality repeal movement gained headway 'when Senator Lewis introduced a measure negativing the neutrality statutes, and giving the ...

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  12. REDFERN HOTEL MURDER

    The inquest on Eric Arthur Carlson, 50, seaman, whose body was found in bloodstained lavatory of the Glengarry Castle hotel, Redfern, was held ...

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  13. N.S.W. Investigations

    Detective Sergeant Alford today was engaged on important investigations in connection with the discovery of the bones of a man in a shack at Piha, ...

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  14. SPANISH AMBASSADOR

    Britain has agreed that the Duke of Alba should be the Spanish Nationalist Ambassador. ...

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  15. MADRID REVOLT OVER!

    Reinforcements comprising troops from the front were distributed throughout the city, and a spokesman for the Defence Council reported that ...

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  16. SHIPS FORBIDDEN

    The Admiralty forbids ships or any nationality to enter the harbors between Adra and Sagunto, comprising the whole Republican coast. ...

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  18. GROWING CROPS

    The Government could not take a lion over growing Crops as a security for advances to farmers, said the Treasurer, replying to a question by ...

    Article : 116 words
  19. WOOL SALES

    Wool in store awaiting transport at the end of February reached the low level of 491,714 bales, compared with 1125,512 bales a year ago, according to ...

    Article : 84 words
  20. LEVEL CROSSING TRAGEDY

    When a motor car in which they were driving was struck by a goods train at a level crossing at Birregurra, near Geelong. Mrs. Marie Williamson ...

    Article : 64 words
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  22. THE CONGO

    The Minister for the Colonies, Heenen, speaking at the 'Royal African Society dinner, in the presence of King Leopold, said the entire nation desired ...

    Article : 61 words
  23. MINERS' CLAIMS

    Mr. W. Orr, general secretary of the Miners' Federation, said in the Federal Arbitration Court yesterday, during argument on the men's, industrial ...

    Article : 83 words
  24. BRITISH ARMY ESTIMATES

    Introducing the army estimates, in the House of Commons, the Minister for War, Mr. Hore Belisha, discussing the extent of land intervention on the ...

    Article : 93 words
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  26. FINANCING HOMES

    Mr. Mair told Mr. Horsington (Ind. Labor, Sturt) that there had been no general restriction of the finance available to co-operative building ...

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  27. "WISHED ON TO US"

    At the Quarter Sessions today Stanley Rae, 28, clerk, pleaded guilty to a charge of housebreaking at Elizabeth 'Bay. ...

    Article : 151 words
  28. MOTORIST DROWNED

    John Kruse, 50, a councillor of Liverpool Plains Shire, was drowned yesterday when his car, which had stalled in a creek, was overwhelmed by a ...

    Article : 68 words
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