LABORS great Easter Conference--perhaps one of the most momentous in history --was opened in the Trades Hall yesterday before 150 delegates from metropolis up and country areas, packed public galleries, and an array of Federal and State Parliamentarians. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 7,826 words
BEFORE the A.L.P. Conference settled down to business yesterday, the President mode reference to the death of Mr. W. R. Seale, ex-President. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 472 words
Left: Mr. J. Hooke and Mr. J. S. Garden. "Jock' agrees with Charles Lamb that "A laugh is worth a thousand groans in any market." ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 38 words
Left: Messrs. E. P. O'Neil, (Broken Hill), W.A.C. Lewis (Broken Hill), E. M. Horsington, M.L.A., (Sturt). Centre: Messrs. T. J. Burke (Pelton), and J. Logan (Hebburn No. 2). Right: Messrs. E. Auburn, (Weston), W. Simpson (Stockton Borehole), and J. Hodgson (Richmond Main) ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 48 words
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