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  2. GAS LEGISLATION.

    After preliminary business had been transacted in the legislative Assembly yesterday afternoon, further consideration was given to the Gas Regulation Bill. ...

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  3. COOGEE FLATS MYSTERY.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—Important evidence was given to-day when the inquest was resumed on the bones found beneath a stable at Glebe on August 1, and which ...

    Article : 989 words
  4. IRISH ELECTIONS.

    Early returns suggest that Mr. Cosgrave's Ministry has gained a sweeping victory. The Minister for Defence (Mr. Mul[?]ahy) and other Ministers head the poll, but it is ...

    Article : 155 words
  5. BELGIUM'S WISH.

    Belgium's Note to Britain on the subject of reparations by Germany has been published. In the introduction to its Note the ...

    Article : 1,261 words
  6. ALLEGED DOPING.

    A sensation was caused at Moonee Valley yesterday when it was reported that a man had been seen apparently administering a dope to the racehorse Valvoid, ...

    Article : 461 words
  7. LIGHTKEEPER IN PERIL.

    Just as the sun was sinking behind the Cliffy Island lighthouse on Tuesday afternoon, A. E. Stafford, an assistant lightkeeper, was blown to sea, in sight of his ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 494 words
  8. MURDERED BY BANDITS.

    A despatch from Janina, in Epirus, states that General Telini, president of the commission for the delimination of the Gr[?]o--Albanian frontier, and two other members ...

    Article : 148 words
  9. TRAGEDY AT FAMILY TABLE.

    When the members of a family named Medlicott were at dinner at Richmond last night a tragic incident occurred, and a little girl received a wound which caused ...

    Article : 399 words
  10. STATE-OWNED SHIPS.

    Mr. Archibald Hurd, writing in the "Daily Telegraph," examines in detail the losses on State-owned ships incurred in Australia, Canada, and the United States, ...

    Article : 263 words
  11. CURED BY INSULIN.

    John Keightley, five years old, whose parents live in Johannesburg, was suffering from diabetes. His condition was so desperate that the doctors told his mother ...

    Article : 481 words
  12. DAYLESFORD RECOUNT.

    Steady progress was made yesterday by the Elections and Qualifications Committee, sitting at State Parliament House, in the recount of votes polled at the ...

    Article : 367 words
  13. RACEHORSES TURNED LOOSE.

    Detectives are endeavouring to find a motive for the strange conduct of three men who turned five racehorses out of the stables of Mr. W. J. Harley, Grango road, ...

    Article : 254 words
  14. QUEENSLAND FOR SETTLERS

    The "Morning Post" publishes a communication from a woman who has been visiting Australia for the purpose of examining immigration possibilities. She writes, ...

    Article : 154 words
  15. FROZEN MEAT.

    Following the startling disclosures in connection with the meat trade made by the departmental committee of which Lord Linlithgow was chairman, the whole of the ...

    Article : 219 words
  16. GENERAL CABLES.

    All the London newspapers published long obituary notices of the Gaekwar of Baroda, but they now announce that it was not the Maharajah Ga[?]kwar who ...

    Article : 828 words
  17. New War Horror.

    Professor A. M. Low, the well-known scientist, writing in the "Nineteenth Century," describes a new war horror, which will throw jets of water charged with ...

    Article : 114 words
  18. SAVING THE BABIES.

    In the unavoidable absence of Lady Forst[?]r, Councillor Sir George Cus[?]aden, presided at the fifth annual meeting of the Victorian Baby Health Centres ...

    Article : 609 words
  19. SUGAR PURCHASES.

    Tentative arrangements have been made for the opening on Monday of the inquiry by the Royal commission into some of the sugar transactions made by the ...

    Article : 198 words
  20. 6,000,000 PEOPLE IN 1926.

    According to the annual bulletin on population issued by the Commonwealth statistician (Mr. C. H. Wickens), the population of Australia in the 10 years from 191[?] to ...

    Article : 532 words
  21. COMPOSITE MINISTRY.

    Views on the suggestion that the time [?]ad arrived when the Nationalist and Country parties in the State Parliament should amalgamate were exchanged by ...

    Article : 283 words
  22. IMPERIAL CONFERENCE.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—The secretary of the New South Wales Labour Council, Mr. J. S. Garden, has issued a statement in which he says that the biographer of ...

    Article : 473 words
  23. SUNDAY TRAINS.

    The wattles in the Hurstbridge district attracted a record number of excursionists on Sunday. The Railway department expects the traffic to be heavy again next ...

    Article : 176 words
  24. MISHAP TO MINISTER'S CAR.

    While motoring from the Federal Capital Territory to Yass to join the express train for Melbourne on Tuesday night, the Minister for Customs (Mr. Chapman) had a ...

    Article : 229 words
  25. INFECTIOUS DISEASES.

    At the fortnightly meeting of the board of management of the Queen's Memorial Hospital for Infectio[?]s Diseases, held at the Town Hall yesterday afternoon, the ...

    Article : 143 words
  26. NORTH-SOUTH RAILWAY.

    Replying to Mr. Denny in the South Australian House of Assembly yesterday, the Premier (Sir Henry Barwell) said that he would discuss with the Prime Minister ...

    Article : 59 words
  27. Wheat Cargoes.

    [?] market for wheat cargoes is dull and e[?]sier, owing to the slow demand, attempted profit taking, and the poor freight market. Parcels are quieter, and prices ...

    Article : 64 words
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