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    A mass meeting of returned sailors and soldiers of the St. George district carried a motion that a "digger" getting a pension ...

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    The British delegates, unanimously supported by the Dominions, profighting hard to save the World [?]eonomic Conference from collapse. ...

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    Arising out of [?] Seamen's Union rule that [?]e changing of ships' articles [?]en are expected to stand [?] after six ...

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  6. THE GOVERNOR AT HOMES OF UNEMPLOYED Visit To-Day To Many Parts Of The City

    Sir Philip and Lady Game spent over two hours this morning inspecting the homes of the unemployed and seeing for themselves the conditions under which many of the less fortunate people of Broken Hill are living. Some of the conditions were really deplorable, but ...

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    In a statement to-day Mr. T. E. Rofe, president of the Council of Churches, said that it is no use conducting a campaign against the ...

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    After having won fairly convincingly against C. G. aud J. L. M. Fletcher, two left handed brothers, J. Crawford and V. M'Grath, the ...

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    Attempts on speed records on the public roads are strongly condemned by Mr. Childs, Commissioner of Police, who stated that speed cars ...

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  10. LABOR UNITY MOVE A.W.U. Offer To Lang Party

    The N.S.W. branch of the Australian Workers' Union has decided to reaffiliate with the Lang Labor party. This action was approved at the ...

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  11. Mollisons To Cross Atlantic

    J. A. and Mrs. Mollison (Amy Johnson) have arrived at Pendine Sands, where in their aeroplane Seafarer they hope to start to-day on ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    MELBOURNE, Wednesday.—Piece of a ship's hatch cover, believed to be part of the missing collier Christina Fraser, was discovered on the ...

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    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—Two masked thieves armed with rifles and a revolver held up Mr. Selig, the night officer at Kingswood railway station, ...

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    The Italian squadron of 24 seaplanes, which will fly to Chicago, arrived at Londonderry, Ireland, yesterday. The plane of General Italo Balbo, the ...

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  15. Langites Leave Meeting

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—Stormy scenes marked the meeting of the Bondi North Labor League last night when an attempt was made by the ...

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    The Tennis Council met last night to deal with certain requests, the resignation of Mr. E. J. Fishburn, and a proposed visit of a team from South ...

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  17. 68 Degrees To-day

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  18. Silverton News

    A four days' mission was conducted at the Roman Catholic Church. Silverton, starting last Thursday, evening and finishing on Sunday. Two ...

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  20. SMALLER WHEAT ACREAGE Sydney Decisions; Concern in Vic.

    It is understood that much concern is expressed by Ministers of the State Cabinet at the action of the Victorian delegates to the conference ...

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  21. Convent Old Scholars' Dance

    A most enjoyable evening was spent by the Convent old scholars and their friends last night in the New Masonic Hall when a dance to ...

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  22. Jubilee Oval Carnival To-morrow

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  23. M'Culloch Park P. And C. Association

    A meeting of the M'Culloch Park Parents and Citizens' Association was held in the schoolroom on Tuesday night. Two new members were ...

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  24. Condemned At Forbes

    Speaking at Forbes yesterday Mr. E. Field, president of the Farmers and Settlers' Association, unreservedly condemned the wheat scheme ...

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  25. Queensland's Governor Visits Mount Morgan

    During their recent visit to Mount Morgan Sir Leslie Wilson, the Governor of Queensland, and Lady Wilson met at least two former well ...

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  26. Ulm Resumes Flight To England

    BASRA, July 3.—Mr. C. T. P. Ulm and his two companions in the Faith in Australia, who arrived here last night from Jask, where they were ...

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  27. Surprise Farewell Party

    A surprise party was held an Tuesday night at Zebina-street (off Chapple-street) to say farewell to Mr. and Mrs. F. Elliot, and family, who ...

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  28. Lady Game Meets Ladies At Hostel

    This afternoon the ladies' executive of the Returned Soldiers' Association met Lady Game in the lounge at the Soldiers' Hostel. The lounge was ...

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  29. Bridge Evening For Lady Game

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  30. Robbery From Service Store

    Between 8.10 o'clock last night and 8 o'clock this morning the service station of R. J. Hooper and Sons. 83 Oxide street, was entered by thieves ...

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  31. Unemployed And Evictions

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—At a[?]mecting of the Waterloo committee appointed to approach the Government with a view to assisting unemployed ...

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  32. Governor Wants To Skate

    A wish has been expressed by Sir Philip Game to the unemployed that he should participate in the skating which is to be under his patronuge ...

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