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  4. THE POLITICAL CRISIS

    Incidents which occurred in Sydney yesterday demonstrated the ex[?]ely bitter feeling which exists between former Ministers and the [?]mbers of the [?] Cabinet selected yesterday by Mr. J. T. Lang, the Premier. The former Ministers, without exception, refused to introduce ...

    Article : 441 words
  5. THE METAL MARKET

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  6. BRITAIN AND RUSSIA

    In the House, of Commons Sir William Joynson-Hicks, the Home Secretary, in a statement on the recent raid on the premises of Areos Ltd., said: ...

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  7. SOUTH AUSTRALIA

    The man killed by a train near Port Adelaide yesterday has been identified as Nils Erie Bodin, wharf laborer, of Thistle House, College-street, ...

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  8. NATIONALIST MACHINERY READY FOR THE ELECTIONS

    Mr. T. R. Bavin, Leader of the Nationalist party, in a statement last night, said: "The Nationalist, machinery is well prepared for an ...

    Article : 134 words
  9. ARBITRATION SYSTEM IS A TRAGIC FAILURE

    Speaking at the annual conference of the Mining and Me[?]gical Association of Australia, the president. Mr. K. Murray, who is manager of ...

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  10. MUSICIANS' UNION

    To overcome a situation which was thought to place the Musicians' Union in an art kward position, delegates from that Union to-day met representatives ...

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  11. PREMIER'S ACTION APPROVED BY THE SEALE EXECUTIVE

    The Beale A.L.E. [?] lost night unanimously approved of Mr. Lang's action in reconstructing the Cabinet. The meeting decided that ...

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  12. DARWIN LEPER STATION

    Allegations of a serious nature regarding the conduct of the leper station at Darwin have been brought to Melbourne by Mr. D. G. Watts, a ...

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  13. MR. S. BALDWIN'S SPEECH TO WOMEN UNIONISTS

    Mr. S. Baldwin, the Prime Minister, was accorded an oration when addressing women unionists at the Albert Hall. He said "The Chinese, if they ...

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  14. ATTITUDE OF CANADA TO SOVIET GOVERNMENT

    A message from Ottawa saya that the names of Canadians are given in the British Government's White Paper in connection with the raid on ...

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  15. SUICIDE AT GRIFFITH

    At the inquest into the death of Roy Cooper, an,employee1 of Wilga Station, whose body was found lying under a tree on the station property, ...

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  16. THE DUBBO LABOR PARTY FOR CONROY EXECUTIVE

    At a meeting of the DubbO branch of the A.L.P. last night Mr. C. W. Rogan, the president, asked supporters of the Conroy executive to ...

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  17. CONTEMPT OF COURT

    Archibald M'Kay, Brisbane manager of Smith's Weekly," was yesterday fined £50 at the Supreme Conrt by Judge M[?] ...

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  18. EXPULSION Of MR. LANG

    A motion urging the expulsion of Mr. J. T. Lang from the leadership of the Parliamentary Labor Party will be considered by the caucus on Monday. ...

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  19. THE PREMIER INTERVIEWED

    In an interview last night Mr. J. T. Lang, the Premier, made the following statement:- "When his Excellency the G ...

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  20. [?]S LIMITED STAFF TO MOVE TO BERLIN

    A Berlin messa[?] says that the Soviet Embassy has applied for permission to transfer the Arcos Limited staff to Berlin to carry on British ...

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  21. A BRISBANE TRAGEDY

    The inquiry into the deaths of Acting Sergeant. Cummins, and Mrs. Eileen Walsh, whose bodies were found together in a paddock at South ...

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  22. DISMISSAL OF RUSSIAN TRADE DELEGATEOS

    The British Note handed to M. Rosengoltz, the Soviet Charge o'Affaires in London, recalls the British Note of February 23 adducing specific instances ...

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  23. ARBITRATION COURT

    It was stated yesterday that there is a likelihood of a judge of the Federal Arbitration Court being (appointed to sit permanently in Sydney to hear ...

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  24. TRANS-ATLANTIC FLIGHT

    A Lisbon message says that Marquis De Pinedo was given an ovation when he landed at Horta in tho Azores from the steamship Superga. He said ...

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  25. PRIME MINISTER TO VISIT THE STATIS

    Mr. S. M. Bruce, the Prime Minister, intends to begin in a few weeks an extensive tour of the Commonyealth? (says the "Argus"). He will ...

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  26. MR. M'KELL'S ATTITUDE

    A cable message received from London states that Mr. W. J. M'Kell has lefused to accept the portfolio of Tnctiee in the new Ministry. Mr. ...

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  27. BROKEN HILL SCHOOLS

    Mr. B. J. Doe, M.L.A., has been. informed that approval has been given for improvements being effected to the sanitary accommodation at the public ...

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  28. DE PINEDO'S ACCOUNT OF HIS EXPERIENCES

    The Marquis De Pinedo's adventures in mid-Atlantic make a thrilling story The airman says that he left Trepassey Hay, Newfoundland, at dawn on May ...

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  30. COAL MINERS' COUNCIL FAVORS LABOR CONFERENCE

    The council of the miners" federation has carried a resolution in favor of the calling of a conference of the Labor party on July 2 to endeavor to ...

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  31. NICARAGUA GENERAL SHOT DEAD BY U.S.A. OFFICER

    A message from Chianandega (Nicaragua) states that the Liberal General Caballa was shot dead by Captain Richards the United States Marine ...

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  32. MR. MUTCH MENTIONED FOR PARTY LEADERSHIP

    It was stated m the Parliamentary lobbies yesterday that Mr. T. D. Mutch, formerly Minister for Education, may be invited to stand for the ...

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  33. NEW MINISTERS IN OFFICE

    The bitter feeling which exists between old and new, Ministers was exemplified in several ways during yesterday. The old Ministers ...

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  35. SCENES NEAR CAUCUS ROOMS

    There were angry scenes, outside the caucus room between new and old 31 misters yesterday. As an ex-Minister passed a newly-appointed member ...

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  36. MR. M'KELL'S REGRETS

    Mr.. W. J. M'Kell, Minister for Justice and Assistant Treasurer, has informed the Australian Press Association that while regretfully declining a ...

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  37. CAPTAIN LINDBERGH MAKES FLIGHT OVER PARIS

    Captaih Lindbergh flew over Paris before breakfast and carried out several thrilling stunts. He overhauled his machine preparatory to leaving for ...

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  38. TEXAS GAS EXPLOSION

    A Sanford (lexas) message says that 80,000,000 cubic feet of gas caught fire, following an explosion. Two persons were killed, four are missing, and ...

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  39. STRIKE ON COALFIELDS

    Melbourne business men with interests in the coal-importing tride take a grave view of the coal trimmers' strike which has led to a stoppage of ...

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  40. MINE WORKERS INJURED

    W. Hosking was struck on the head by a rail when he was working on the 1000ft. level of the South Blocks last night, his scalp being lacerated. He ...

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  41. MR. DAVIDSON'S ATTITUDE

    Mr. M. A. Davidson M.L.A., Government Whip in a statement issued last night said: "The Premier has acted very detrimentally towards the ...

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  42. MEETING OF THE CAUCUS

    At a meeting of the caucus held yesterday 23 members of the Parliamentary Labor Party were present. Three otters sent-apologies, so that the ...

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  43. MELBOONE "AUGUS" LEADER

    The Melbourne "Argus" referring to the New South Wales political crisis in a leader says: In disciplining his rebellious colleagues by his latest ...

    Article : 97 words
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