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  2. GOVERNOR-GENERAL ON TOUR

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—Lord Stonehaven was tendered a civie welcome at Parramnttfi to-day. He visited Harris Pork, in which a tablet marks the spot where the ...

    Article : 111 words
  3. BRAZIL'S VETO.

    The Brazilian Foreign Office denies the assertion made in the British House of Commons that Signor Mussolini was behind Brazil's action at the recent League ...

    Article : 164 words
  4. WHY BRITAIN SUFFERS.

    In the House of Commons to-day, on the second reading of the Consolidated Fund Bill, Mr. P. Snowden (Labor) drew attention to the outstanding inter-Allied ...

    Article : 794 words
  5. CYCLONIC STORM IN NEW SOUTH WALES.

    SYDNEY. Thursday.—Reports from the country state that following the heavy rain serious floods are feared at many [?]res. Miles of country has been ...

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  6. BRITISH COAL INDUSTRY.

    At a conference last night between Mr. Baldwin and representatives of the coal owners aud miners, Mr. Baldwin declared the Government would accept the Coal ...

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  7. THE NEW TARIFF

    The debate on the revised schedule of the tariff was resumed in the House of Representatives yesterday morning. Cement and Road Making Machines. ...

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  8. Water Consumption.

    The water consumption on Wednesday was 44,465,000 gallons and the intake at Yan Yean dropped from 15,000,000 gallons to 5,000,000 gallons. The level of the ...

    Article : 35 words
  9. ABOUT PEOPLE.

    Lord Somers, who has been appointed Governor of Victoria, a London cablegram states, will probably land in Melbourne on 27th June. ...

    Article : 517 words
  10. Conditions in Victoria.

    Although the rainfall has been general throughout Victoria and heavy falls had been recorded, there had been no excessive rain, involving the runniga away of ...

    Article : 132 words
  11. SITUATION AT DUBBO.

    Heavy, soaking rains have fallen on the eastern half of New South' Wales. The heaviest fall was between Sydney and the Hunter River, the Macquarie watershed ...

    Article : 174 words
  12. AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN.

    Gregory, Grimmett, Ponsford, Woodfull and Andrews were omitted from the Australian team in the match against Ceylon, played. at Colombo to-day, Australia ...

    Article : 336 words
  13. MUNICIPAL FRANCHISE.

    The question of extending the municipal franchise so as to include all women was discussed at a meeting last night of the National Council of Women. At a previous ...

    Article : 260 words
  14. SHIPPING WARNED.

    SYDNEY. Thursday.—The Weather Burean to-night issued a warning that the cyclone was approaching the coast from inland, and that it was expected to ...

    Article : 43 words
  15. SEDITIOUS ACTS.

    A bill was introduced in the Union House of Assembly to-day by the Minister of Justice to define sedition, for the purpose of preventing the dissemination of ...

    Article : 176 words
  16. RISE IN THE HUNTER RIVER.

    The Hunter River continued to rise at West Maitland, and at 4 p.m. stock at 28 feet. The water overflowed across East Maitland to Largs-road, and the stream ...

    Article : 179 words
  17. A FLOATING DOCK.

    Provided certain conditions are fulfilled, the Commonwealth Government is willing to grant financial assistance to New South Wales for the purpose of the construction ...

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  18. NEW SOUTH WALES LOAN.

    The underwriters have been saddled with 70 per cent, of the 5 per cent. New South Wales loan of £4,000,000, issue price 98. ...

    Article : 44 words
  19. MORE RAIN AT BROKEN HILL.

    BROKEN HILL, Thursday.—Rain is still hanging about, and in several parts of the district falls have been reported—51 points in 20 minutes at Willotia 46 ...

    Article : 68 words
  20. WILLS AND ESTATES.

    Charles Joseph Neville, late of Landsborough, farmer, who died on 18th December, left by will dated 8th May, 1921, real estate valued at £1671, and personal property valued at £6206 to his ...

    Article : 102 words
  21. Novelist's Pathetic Death.

    A pathetic account of the death of Mrs. Louisa Baker, a well-known New Zealand writer and novelist, was related at Deal to-day. ...

    Article : 147 words
  22. MURDER OF MATTEOTTI.

    The trial of five men for the murder of the Socialist deputy, Matteotti has resulted in three of them—Dumini, Volpi and Poveromo—being sentenced to six ...

    Article : 128 words
  23. GRASS GROWING EVERYWHERE.

    TEMORA, Thursday.—Temora participated further to-day to the extent of 100 points in a general rain, making a total of 488 points since the breaking of the ...

    Article : 75 words
  24. BLINDED SOLDIER'S FEAT.

    Among the names of tell successful candidate for final honors in law at the University of Melbourne, which appaared in these columns yesterday, was that of ...

    Article : 275 words
  25. CENTRAL AUSTRALIA.

    Following the recent heavy rainfall in Central Australia floods are being experienced in the vicinity of Oodnadatta, and damage has been done to the railway ...

    Article : 216 words
  26. A Veteran Theatre Manager.

    Mr. Hurry Musgrove, who has been associated with theatre management in Australia for two generations, is writing a history of experiences and happenings from ...

    Article : 278 words
  27. COMMUNISTS IN CHINA.

    Foreign despatches from Canton report a split in the Communist party. A clash occurred on Monday between the "Red" generalissimo Chiang Kaisek's party and ...

    Article : 84 words
  28. ADVANCE IN WIRELESS.

    Sir Oliver Lodge, after three years of secret experiments in his private laboratory, announces that he has succeeded in doing away with the oscillation which ...

    Article : 106 words
  29. BRITISH MIGRATION.

    Speaking at the Canada Club to-night, Lord Bledisloe announced that he had accepted the Government's invitation to become chairman of the Imperial settlers' ...

    Article : 121 words
  30. MORE OPEN WINDOWS.

    The repetition of warnings against the danger of leaving open windows in the front of houses whilst the occupants are engaged in the kitchen does not check of the house, a thief entered through the front bedroom window which had been left open, and stole jewellery to the value of £15. ...

    Article : 153 words
  31. PROPERTY OF EX-RULERS.

    According to the provisional official figures, 12,500,000 people have signed the demand for a plebiscite on the question whether the property of ex-rulers of ...

    Article : 82 words
  32. Preparing for Next Harvest.

    BENDIGO, Thursday.—After a tour of some of the mallee lines as far as Kulwin and Robin Vale on the Railway commissioners' train. Mr. A. Vickery, a ...

    Article : 158 words
  33. SHIP REPAIRS.

    The dispute which has arisen in regard to the repairs to be effected to the steamer Clan Macnaughton, now lying in the Alfred Graving Dock, Williamstown, was further ...

    Article : 248 words
  34. THE OLD HOMES OF ENGLAND.

    The tenth big mansion fire in the last four months occurred this morning at Sopworth House, Wiltshire, the residence of Colonel the Hon. Algernon Stanley, ...

    Article : 70 words
  35. A FINE POINT.

    GEELONG, Thursday.—When the construction of the Barwon-bridge was commenced two years ago by Armstrong, Whitworth and Co., theorganiser for the ...

    Article : 206 words
  36. COMMONWEALTH SHIPS.

    After Mr. Larkin's return from Egypt a hitch occurred in the negotiations to sell to the Egyptian Government two D and two E class Commonwealth ships, ...

    Article : 52 words
  37. A TRAIN TRAVELLER'S COMPLAINT.

    Sir,—Last evening a special train from the show of the Red Hill Fruit Growers' Association left Bed Hill at 6.5 p.m., and reached Frankston about 7.25. p.m. We ...

    Article : 177 words
  38. RIVER STEAMER EXPLOSION

    Eighty passengers, the captain, and first and second engineers of the Brazilian river steamer Paes de Carvolho, perished when the vessel sank following on an ...

    Article : 64 words
  39. Advertising

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  40. SOIL IN SPLENDID ORDER.

    ARARAT, Thursday.—Throughout the Rossbridge district a good fall of rain has been registered. The fall was timely to replenish household tanks, and will be of ...

    Article : 221 words
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