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  2. MINERS THREATEN TO STOP COAL FOR VOLUNTEER-MANNED SHIPS

    The Northern Miners Committee of Management decided to-day to instruct its members not to produce coal for steamers manned by volunteer crews. Resolutions carried by the committee, with the concurrence of the miners' general president (Mr. C. Nelson), who represents the central executive of the federation. ...

    Article : 481 words
  3. LOAN OVERSUBSCRIBED BY £300,000

    The £7,500,000 Commonwealth loan was oversubscribed by £300,000, the Treasurer (Mr. Casey) announced to—day. ...

    Article : 44 words
  4. BRITAIN FORCED INTO PEACE PLAN

    A serious situation may arise from the Hoare-Laval peace agreement. The French virtually forced Britain to accept the plan. Sir Samuel Hoare realised, upon his arrival in Paris, that, unless he ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 501 words
  5. CONTROL TAKEN FROM OFFICIALS

    Rejecting a plea that they should return to work pending negotiations for a settlement of the dispute, the Brisbane seamen, at a mass meeting ...

    Article : 467 words
  6. DOUBLE AIR MAIL SERVICE

    Two Qantas Empire Airways air mail liners will leave Brisbane this morning for Singapore, loaded with heavy consignments of ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 796 words
  7. "FAVOURABLE PRELUDE TO LONDON CONVERSIONS"

    The city editor of the "Daily Telegraph" says the result of the Australian loan "is a timely demonstration of confidence and a favourable prelude to ...

    Article : 39 words
  8. 16 MINERS KILLED

    Sixteen miners have died as me result of an explosion in the 600ft. level of the mine of Lethbridge Collieries, Ltd. The bodies have been recovered. ...

    Article : 54 words
  9. ATTACK ON PLAN FROM TWO ANGLES

    The peace suggestions are being bitterly attacked, not only because they seem to be too generous to Italy, but also from the unusual angle that they ...

    Article : 467 words
  10. NEW LORD MAYOR OF SYDNEY

    Alderman A. Howie, the selected candidate of the Reform aldermen, was at a meeting of the City Council to-day elected Lord Mayor for 1936 on the ...

    Article : 261 words
  11. SKELETON FLEET TO RUN

    Following the decision of the ship owners to call for volunteers to man the idle fleet, the shipping offices were inundated with applications for employment to-day. Even the companies were surprised at the ready response. Many of the applicants ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 1,298 words
  12. SERIOUS TURN AT PORT AUGUSTA

    The seamen's strike took a serious turn at Port Augusta to-day, when the waterside workers refused to unload the motor ship Moonta because ...

    Article : 294 words
  13. COASTAL SHIPS SAIL

    The A.U.S.N. Company's Bopple and Howard Smith's Burwah left Brisbane yesterday with union crews, the latter for her home port, Sydney. The ...

    Article : 334 words
  14. SON ISSUES WRIT FOR £20,000

    William Henry Kirby to-day issued a writ for £20,000 out of the Supreme Court against the Perpetual Trustee Co., Ltd., trustees of the £170,000 ...

    Article : 238 words
  15. PROPOSED AREAS FOR ITALY

    It is understood that the Anglo-French proposals for a basis of peace are, in effect, as follows:— (1) Italy to receive the eastern part ...

    Article : 260 words
  16. RUSH FOR CASKET TICKETS

    Would-be winners of the £25,000 prize in the special Christmas Golden Casket rushed to the office yesterday to buy tickets, for they had found that ...

    Article : 246 words
  17. MAN ALL VESSELS

    The general secretary of the Federated Marine Stewards and Pantrymen's Union (Mr. A. Moate) to-day issued the following instruction: ...

    Article : 95 words
  18. "AS BASIS FOR DISCUSSION"

    The Rome correspondent of the "News-Chronicle" says the latest information indicates that Signor Mussolini may accept the proposals "as a basis for discussion." It is stated that the Pope is strongly urging him to reply favourably. (Other war cables on next page) ...

    Article : 51 words
  19. REGULAR FLIGHTS OVER ATLANTIC

    Pan-American Airways and Imperial Airways have reached an agreement to start experimental Trans-Atlantic flights under joint American and ...

    Article : 113 words
  20. UNIONS MUST TAKE A STAND

    A prominent industrialist, discussing the effect of licensing of seamen, said last night that the system was a matter on which unions would have ...

    Article : 115 words
  21. OWNERS SURPRISED

    Surprise at the decision of the Prime Minister to apply the licensing provisions of the Transport Workers' Regulations to Sydney and Melbourne ...

    Article : 146 words
  22. ARREST OF GREEK

    Tony Athay, a Greek, was arrested by Constable Maxwell, of Yelarbon, and Constable O'Grady, of Yetman, New South Wales, on a charge of illegally ...

    Article : 120 words
  23. NEWSPAPER FINED

    A fine of £20 was imposed on Wilson and Mackinnon, proprietors of the Melbourne "Star," in the District Court to-day, for conducting a newspaper ...

    Article : 86 words
  24. ADELAIDE MAN FLYING FROM ENGLAND

    Flying a Klemm low-winged monoplane, Mr. R. W. Gropler, of Adelaide, who has flown only 75 hours solo, the longest flight being 500 miles ...

    Article : 51 words
  25. GOLD PRODUCTION IN RUSSIA

    M. Serebrovsky, the chief of the Soviet gold and platinum industry, is visiting England and South Africa, to study British methods of gold ...

    Article : 48 words
  26. PASSENGER PERMIT FOR ORONSAY

    The mail steamer Oronsay, which will arrive from Melbourne to-morrow, has been granted a permit to carry passengers to Fremantle on a single voyage. ...

    Article : 38 words
  27. PENSIONER'S HOARD

    Gold, silver, and notes to the total value of £1712 were found secreted in the hut of Frederick Cruse, an old-age pensioner, who died at ...

    Article : 48 words
  28. SIR JOHN BEALE DEAD

    News has been received in Sydney of the death in England of Sir John Field Beale, a former director of the Orient S.N. Co., Ltd., who last ...

    Article : 40 words
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