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  3. RURAL LESSEES

    At a meeting of the committee of the Federal Territory Lessees Association held on Wednesday evening, the chairman (Lt. Col. Goodwin), ...

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  4. TO PROTECT FREE LABOUR.

    The Prime Minister introduced a bill in the House of Representatives yesterday designed to afford protection to free labour engaged for the maintenance of commerce by sea between the States and with other countries. Owing to opposition, the bill was not able to proceed beyond the first reading, but ...

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  5. CANDIDATE

    At a meeting of the committee of the Federal Territory Citizens' Association on wWednesday evening, it was resolved unanimously to invite Lieut-Col. ...

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  6. SWEPT BY TORNADO

    The Colonial Office has received a telegram from the Government of the Leeward Islands giving details of the loss of life and damage caused by the ...

    Article : 172 words
  7. CANBERRA VISIT

    At a meeting of the Australian Board of Cricket Control, to-night, a communication was received from the Federal Capital Territory Cricket ...

    Article : 113 words
  8. NOT WORRIED WITH BREAKDOWN

    Hobbs, in an article in the "Evening Standard," entitled, "My Place in England's team," speculates on the team's chances. ...

    Article : 252 words
  9. STORM'S FURY SPENT

    The hurrince has apparently spent its fury in inflicting minor damages on nearby coast lines. Heavy rains and winds, reaching a velocity of 75 miles an ...

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  10. NEW BILL

    In Parliament yesterday, such opposition was offered to the Prime Minister's introduction of a bill relating to employment in relation to trade and ...

    Article : 280 words
  11. POLICE PROTECTION

    The State Government has guaranteed adequate protection to free labour. If necessary police in the outlying suburbs will be called into the ...

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  12. PARLIAMENT

    There is a likelihood that Parliament will not rise this week, owing to the amount of work still to be dealt with. The Prime Minister, Mr. Bruce, ...

    Article : 77 words
  13. MURDER FARM

    A woman, suspected of being Sarah Louise Northcott, mother of Gordon Northcott, 21, alleged ape man pervert, and accused of the murder of four boys ...

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  14. LABOUR BUREAU

    That the present bureau system adopted by the Commission for providing work for the unemployed of the Territory was unfair, was a protest, voiced ...

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  15. BERLIN-TOKIO

    The Atlantic conqueror, Baron Von Huenefeld, in the Europa, a sister ship to the Bremen, is now en route from Berlin to Tokyo, and passed over ...

    Article : 54 words
  16. R.A.A.F.

    No provision has been made in this year's estimates for the R.A.A.F. for additional flying officers. Only 30 ground men will be signed on. ...

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  17. Liner's Cargo "Black"

    Following the decision of a mass meeting to declare the P. O. R.M.S. Cathay "black," no work was done on the vessel when she arrived to-day. ...

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  18. CALLOUS MURDER

    A shocking crime was perpetrated at Benalla, the victims being Harry Duell, 75, and his daughter, Alice, aged 30, who were shot be a man who has taken to ...

    Article : 410 words
  19. TRANSFER

    The Prime Minister (Mr. Bruce) stated in Parliament yesterday, that Cabinet had approved of a scheme propared by the Assistant Minister (Mr. ...

    Article : 74 words
  20. "MORNING POST'S" VIEWS!

    The "Morning Post," in an editorial, says: "Unless we are sadly mistaken or misled by a season of easy scoring, no stronger batting side ever left ...

    Article : 64 words
  21. POLICE READY

    The police commissioner has instructed 160 constables to hold themselves in readiness for a call if their services are needed to protect free labour on ...

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  22. KARUMA

    Karuma, whose condition is causing his owners and trainer anxiety, did only trotting exercise on the tan track at Randwick this morning. His trainor ...

    Article : 62 words
  23. BRITISH PRESS COMMENT

    The "Daily Telegraph," in an editorial on the waterside strike development in Australia, hopes that the threat to declare black all goods ...

    Article : 69 words
  24. VOLUNTEERS

    There was no disturbance when volunteers signed on to-day, due no doubt to the large body of police which were present on the wharf. ...

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  25. LABOUR CRITICISM

    Mr. Scullin later made a statement, in which he said that the Government was evidently more anxious to produce political placards than it was to promote ...

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  26. JUDGE BEEBY'S INJURY

    Judge Beeby, who was taken to hospital for treatment to his leg, which was fractured in an accident in Melbourne, has to undergo another ...

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  27. MISS HELEN WILLS

    At a dinner tendered to Miss Ackhurst and Bickelton and the manager, Mr. Malcolm, by the Lawn Tennis Association, Malcolm read a cubic reply ...

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  28. "DAILY HERALD'S" HOPES

    The "Daily Herald," in an editorial says: "The cricketers depart in the glory of their great game against, hancashire,in which they were tested. ...

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  29. FUTURE SALES IN DOUBT

    It is estimated that by the postponement of the wool sales through the waterside trouble, approximately three million pounds is being held up. ...

    Article : 56 words
  30. H.M.A.S. CANBERRA

    H.M.A.S. Canberra left Plymouth accompanied by two destroyers carrying out instructional operations in the Channel, chiefly in regard to ...

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  31. LIQUOR REFORM IN N.Z.

    The Licenses Amendment Bill passed through committee in the New Zealand House of Representatives with radical alterations, as a result of which the ...

    Article : 66 words
  32. QUIET IN SYDNEY

    Everything is again normal along the Sydney waterfront. A start was made in Newcastle to-day with volunteer labour. All men required were secured. ...

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  33. AIR MARSHAL

    Air Marshal Sir John Salmond left to-day for New Zealand. He counselled new areo clubs to select larger aerodromes. ...

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  34. GARDEN CASE

    The case against J. S. Garden was continued before Mr. Perry, S.M., to-day, at the Central Court. The magistrate reserved his decision ...

    Article : 33 words
  35. BILLIARD MATCH

    Playing Smith, Newman, at Liverpool scored 1,166 unfinished in an afternoon. Continuing in the evening he completed a 1,231 break, which is a ...

    Article : 45 words
  36. MEN WORK AT CAIRNS

    The position here is quiet. All men required were engaged without trouble, and the inititant section appears to have been defeated. ...

    Article : 32 words
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