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  3. BIG FIRE

    Damage estimated at £540,000 was caused by a fire which practically gutted the engineerings works of William Adams and Coy., at Alexandria this ...

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  4. LOYALISTS ATTACKED

    Constable Small, however, was on duty in the office, and he confronted the attackers with a drawn revolver. The strikers retired immediately, and ...

    Article : 173 words
  5. CITY LEASES

    The Minister said, in reply to Dr. Maloney, that 182 leases of £70,069 capital value were sold in 1924, 96 leases of £28,613 capital value in 1925, ...

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  6. DR. WATSON'S REVELATIONS

    Dr. Watson stated yesterday morning that at the meeting of the Federal Capital Commission on Monday, a draft of procedure was submitted by ...

    Article : 427 words
  7. COMPANY DISCLAIMS RESPONSIBILITY

    The agents of the steamer Kanowna have informed the passengers that their future is in their own hands and accommodation can no longer be ...

    Article : 112 words
  8. TRAIN AFIRE

    A wild stampede, resulting in the injury of between 50 and 100 persons, occurred when a train caught fire to-night in the tube under the Hudson ...

    Article : 135 words
  9. CONDITION OF BOATS

    Several members of the crew and passengers of the Kanowna arrived in Sydney to-day from Melbourne. Staments of the passengers ...

    Article : 69 words
  10. INDUSTRIAL FAIR

    Although the Queen, the Prince of Wales, and Prince George, spent two hours travelling the six miles of avenues in the British Industries Fair they ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  11. TROTSKY

    It is understood the Government has given permission to Madame Trotsky and her children to enter Germany.There is every reason to ...

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  12. CARTERS WITHDRAWN

    The Disputes Committee of the Labor Council decided to-day to withdraw carters from the yards working under the Lukin award. This is the first definite ...

    Article : 142 words
  13. DARING THEFT

    Three brothers have been arrested in connection with the most daring robbery ever committed in Germany. The thieves had tunelled under one ...

    Article : 118 words
  14. FUTURE TERRITORIAL FINANCE

    "Obviously it is unfair to debit all the expenditure on Canberra to the Commission," said Dr. Watson, "and there should be an equitable ...

    Article : 425 words
  15. WHITE AUSTRALIA

    Addressing the Millions Club to-day the Consul-General for Japan, Mr. Tokugawa, said that Australia need not be afraid of her White Australia ...

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  16. THE KING

    It was officially stated from Craigwell House this evening that the King had a satisfactory day. There were a few hours of sunshine ...

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  17. IRISH LOYALIST

    In the House of Commons, during the course of a debate on the Government's supplementary estimate of £70,000 additional to the £1,000,000 ...

    Article : 146 words
  18. MOIR AND OWEN

    Moir informed the Australian Press Association of the route to Australia that he will follow. It will be via Rome, Malta, Benhazi, ...

    Article : 129 words
  19. WIRELESS HOAX

    Last October a million German listeners-in were victimised. They were expecting to hear Wolfgang Schwartz, a socialist, lecture on the Problem of ...

    Article : 126 words
  20. BOAT MISSING

    A boat named Heather Belle, with three men aboard named W. Campbell, Campbell Jones and L. Heathill, which left Port Macquarie for the ...

    Article : 69 words
  21. SMITH AND ULM

    Kingsford Smith and Ulm plan to leave Richmond at about February 28 on their flight to London in the Southern Cross. Smith expects the trip to ...

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  22. HARBOUR DREDGE

    In view of the unemployment question in Victoria the Government has decided that the dredge for the Melbourne Harbour Trust will be ...

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  23. KELLOGG PACT

    A resolution for Parliament to approve of the Kellogg multi-lateral peace treaty was moved by the Premier, Mr. McKenzi[?] king to-day ...

    Article : 137 words
  24. TRANSPORT BILL

    The Transport Bill was endorsed at a meeting of the Government Party to-day. The Transport Trust will have control of the tram and bus routes but ...

    Article : 41 words
  25. TRADES HALL COUNCIL.

    A Melbourne message states that it is considered likely that the Trades Hall Council will res[?]ind its resolution not to take part in the Peace Industry ...

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  26. DRAMATIC SUICIDE

    John Smith, 43, who has been an officer of the local council for 30 years and for many years chief clerk, committed suicide in dramatic ...

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  27. HEAVY PENALTIES

    After an unusually frank debate lasting four days, the Senate passed the Jones Bill increasing the maximum penalty under the Volstead Act ...

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  28. ENGLISH TEAM

    The English cricketers, with the exception of Chapman, left Sydney to-day for Bathurst, where they will meet the Western Districts. They will not ...

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  29. PICKET'S MENACE

    Officials of the timber workers unions declare there is no truth in the assertion of the secretary of the Sydney and Suburban Timber Merchants ...

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  30. NATIVE REPRESENTATION

    Hertzog's Native Representation Bill passed the second reading by a majority of 12 votes. One labourite voted against the measure. ...

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  31. COMBINED UNIONS

    A conference of combined unions in connection with the coal mining industry carried a resolution to-day to resist any reduction of wages ...

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  32. OASIS FROZEN

    A feature of the cold is that the desert oasts at Iss[?] is reported to be frozen. ...

    Article : 34 words
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