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  2. GENERAL NEWS

    The Premier (Hon. R. L. Butler) stated on Thursday evening that there was no reason why the business of Parliament for the present session ...

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  3. LIBERAL FEDERATION

    The executive committee of the liberal Federation yesterday considered a letter from the president (Mr. C. A. S. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  4. RECTRIC SUPPLY

    The Adelaide Electric Supply Company, at its annual meeting yesterday, declared a final dividend of 6 per cent, on ...

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  5. EFFORTS TO SETTLE COAL TROUBLE

    In the House of Representatives to-day the Prime Minister appealed to all parties to co-operate in the effort to be made at the conference on Saturday to settle the trouble in the coal industry. The matter was introduced to the House by a question put by the leader of the Opposition (Mr. Latham). to the Prime Minister (Mr. Scullin). in ...

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  6. POLICE OFFICERS PROMOTED

    Many of the police officers who have received promotion to date from July 1. and whose appointments were approved by Executive Council on ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. BREAKAWAY PARTY

    With reference to Out statement that more members of the Senate intended to resign from the Nationalist Party, the leader of the ...

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  8. UNEMPLOYMENT LOANS

    The Premier told Mr. Jonas in the Assembly yesterday that the Government would introduce a Bill to provide that it would not be necessary ...

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  9. PETROL TAX

    The Motor Vehicles Bill, which proposed to levy a petrol tax, was on the notice-paper for discussion in the Assembly in Committee on Thursday. but ...

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  10. FINE WEATHER

    The Divisional Meteorologist reported last night:—The low-pressure system over Tasmania intensified] during Wednesday night, and as a ...

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  11. CHINA'S CIVIL WAR

    Thousands of refugees axe pouring into Hankow from the war regions, bringing the war feeling nearer to the population, and making known facts ...

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  12. SCENE IN ASSEMBLY

    On the motion for the adjournment a scene occurred in the Legislative Assembly to-night. Opposition members attempted to ...

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  13. WEATHER FORECAST

    Fine, with variable winds, tending northerly, and rising temperatures. ...

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  14. MORE MEN OFFER

    Additional qualified miners offered to-day for work at the Rothbury Colliery, which the State Government have taken over and intend to operate ...

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  15. PORT AUGUSTA RAILWAY

    The leader of the Opposition (Hon. L. L. Hill), in the Assembly yesterday, asked if the Government intended to Introduce a short Bill ...

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  16. SPIRIT OF CHRISTMAS

    The members of "The Desert Song" company at the Theatre Royal have generously offered their services for the matinee which will take place on ...

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  17. LIBERALS IN THE COUNTRY

    in view of the pact between me Liberal Federation and the Country Party Association having ceased to exist, no surmise was occasioned in ...

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  18. ROTHBURY COLLIERY

    In the Legislative Assembly to-night the Opposition made assertions that the Rothbury colliery, which the Ministry had taken over, was dangerous but ...

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  19. TROUBLE AHEAD

    "I am treating the matter in the manner it deserves," said the general secretary of the Australian Labor Party (Mr. S. Bird), commenting on the action of ...

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  20. BAD POLICE COURT ACOUSTICS

    Owing to the bad acoustic properties of No. 1 Police Court, a justice of the peace, who was detailed to sit in the court, recently arranged for 9.30 a.m., ...

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  21. TREASURY BILLS

    The Treasurer (Mr. Theodore), answering a question put to him in the House of Representatives to-day by Mr. Riley, jun., said that ...

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  22. ATTITUDE OF ENGINEDRIVERS

    It is understood that the enginedrivers will make a determined attempt almost immediately to challenge the action of the State Ministry in calling ...

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  23. POLICE CHASE SHOPBREAKERS

    When Constables Weston and Bromley were on bicycle patrol at Hilton yesterday morning they disturbed two men who had broken into the shops of ...

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  24. INFECTIOUS DISEASES BOARD

    Elections will be held on December 17 for the new Metropolitan infectious Diseases Hospital Board. This board will control the new Infectious diseases ...

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  25. REDUCTION IN PRICE

    Replying in the Legislative Assembly this afternoon to questions relating to the. coal dispute, the Premier (Mr. Bavin) said:—"Any arrangement to ...

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  26. WEEK-END RAIL TRAVEL

    To-day the Railways Department announces special rail fares for week-end travel. Opportunities to travel by rail are provided for every section of the ...

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  27. BANK RATE

    The bank rate bas been further reduced to 51 per cent. The rate was recently reduced from 6£ per cent, to 6 per cent. ...

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  28. INTRUDER SHOT

    Detected in the act of ransacking a room in the house of Mr. William Scott, Gladesville, to-day, a man was shot as he tried to escape. ...

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  29. JUDGE'S LENIENCY

    In the Assembly to-day Mr. Teesdale (Nat.) moved—"That, in the opinion of the House, the attention of the Minister of Justice should be ...

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  30. EXPORT OF APPLES

    With favorable conditions from, now on, there is an excellent prospect that between 400.000 and 500,000 cases of apples will be exported from South ...

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  31. PERSONAL

    The Bang bas approved of the appointment of Sir Cecil dements, Governor of Hongknng, to be Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Straits ...

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  32. COURTHOUSE BUILDINGS

    In the Home of Assembly on Wednesday, Mr. Collins called the attention of the Attorney-General (Hon. H. Homburg), to apromise made many vears ...

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  33. EARLY POSTING CAMPAIGN

    The approach of the festive season is heralded by the Postal Department, and preparations are being made for a big display of signs and notices at all ...

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  34. COLLIERY DISCIPLINE

    Mr. E. S. Miller, accountant for the Miners' Federation, produced a document before the Coal Commission today. He said that i£ would probably ...

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  35. CENTRAL MARKET

    The Central Traders' Association will shortly discuss arrangements for celebrating the sixtieth anniversary of the inauguration of the Central Market. ...

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  36. COMMONWEALTH SHIPS

    The New South Wales Labor Council has decided to request the Federal Ministry to re-establish a fleet of merchant steamers, in accordance with ...

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  37. PEACE IN INDUSTRY

    The Labor Council to-night decided to declare black the Industrial Peace Conference called by the Prime Minister (Mr. Scullin). ...

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  38. CROP OF HOARDINGS

    Ho doubt as an inference that it is a fitting example of longevity, a firm of pill makers has erected a conspienous advertisement immediately fat ...

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  39. MAILS FROM FAR NORTH

    Mr. E. P. Ramsay, Deputy Director of Posts and Telegraphs, advises that the mails from places beyond Quorn on the far north line did not connect ...

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  40. STUDS' OF BANKRUPTCY PRACTICE

    About 30 solicitors, registered trustees, and court official met at the Bankruptcy Court offices, Adelaide, and decided to form an association for the ...

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  41. A NEW LUBRICANT AT NO EXTRA COST

    Thousands of motorists who, having received satisfactory service from Mobiloil for many years, welcomed the New Mobiloil, when it was announced ...

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  42. CONSTITUTIONAL CLUB

    The first annual meeting of the Constitutional dub will be held at. Balfour's Cafe, King William-street, this evening. A ballot for the ...

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  43. OODLA WIRRA SILVER FIND

    The Premier in the Assembly yesterday told Dr. Basedow that he had a report from the Mines Department on the reported silver find at Oadla wirra ...

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  44. Advertising

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  45. OIL IN TASMANIA

    Considerable interest has been aroused in the Castle Forbes Bay (Huon) district by the report that there are indications there of the ...

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  46. LARGE CITY FACTORY, OR MOTOR WORKS.

    Extensive premises in Flinders-street, with a floor space of over 14,000 sq. ft., eminently suitable for the above purposes, will be submitted to auction at ...

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  47. JEWELLERY STOLEN

    When the inter-State passenger steamer Kacoomba was one day's sail out from Fremantle on the passage to Adelaide a leather jewellery case, in ...

    Article : 143 words
  48. CHILDREN'S CHRISTMAS CHEER FUND

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  49. STRIFE IN INDUSTRY

    This evening Dr. Jethro Brown concludes his series of brief addresses from the 5CL studio on the subject of the fundamental causes of industrial ...

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  50. O'NEIL FUND

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 49 words
  51. KIOSK ENTERED

    The kiosk at the Zoological Gardens was broken into on Wednesday night and chocolates valued at £1 were stolen. Entry was trained through a ...

    Article : 27 words
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