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  2. WATERFRONT UNREST.

    Grave unrest, exists on the waterfront on account of Labour troubles. The members of the Sydney branch of the Waterside Workers' Federation, at their weekly ...

    Article : 566 words
  3. AN HONOURED CITIZEN.

    "Memoirs of Simpson Newland, C.M.G." IF. W. Preece & Sons, Adelaide). When Mr. Newland's long and ...

    Article : 1,624 words
  4. THE ESTIMATES.

    It was 2.35 a.m. on Wednesday when the first line of the Estimates was passed by the House of Assembly. The sitting extended ...

    Article : 1,202 words
  5. PORT ADELAIDE WHARFS.

    According to Mr. William George Glob, carrier, of Ralston, street, Largs Bay, who gave evidence before the Secondary ...

    Article : 1,279 words
  6. OUR NATIONAL DEBT.

    "Criticisms in London of Australian finances is the result of lack of knowledge of the character of the Australian public debt, and the par. poses for which it was created," said the Prime Minister (Mr. Bruce) in a speech at the Australian bankers' dinner at the Ritz. Hotel. ...

    Article : 1,023 words
  7. PORT BROUGHTON MYSTERY.

    PORT BROUGHTON, November 17. Intense interest hu been aroused in the Port Broughton and sun rounding districts in the trial of ...

    Article : 213 words
  8. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    "Mr. Lang appears to be deliberately courting trouble, remarked a leading Sydney business man to-day when discussing the Budget which was brought down in ...

    Article : 1,483 words
  9. TIMBER STRIKE OVER.

    Employes in the timber industry resumed work on Wednesday morning, in accordance with the agreement made between the timber stackers, who had been ...

    Article : 226 words
  10. IMPERIAL CONFERENCE.

    Five committees of the Imperial Conference met to-day, including, the Imperial Relations, and Treaty Procedure Committees. The Economic Committee ...

    Article : 167 words
  11. PARLIAMENT AT WORK.

    The longest sitting of the Legislative Council for the session took place on Wednesday, The Council met at 2 p.m., and men > nt 8.42 n.m.. after soesding ...

    Article : 573 words
  12. GROUP SETTLEMENT.

    Members of the Empire Parliamentary Delegation have been greatly impressed with the possibilities of group settlement in the south-west, of the State, where ...

    Article : 373 words
  13. HOTEL ADELAIDE.

    Mr. Crosby resumed the debate in the House of Assembly on Wednesday on the second reading of the Licensing Bill, in which it is sought particularly to validate ...

    Article : 547 words
  14. THE WORKER'S LOSS.

    The 44-hours case has been before the Full Arbitration Court for 43 days. When the hearing was resumed to-day Miss Gellatly who is associated with the firm of ...

    Article : 520 words
  15. J.O. ANDERSON.

    J. O. Anderson, one of Australia's greatest lawn tennis players and Davis Cup representatives, has decided to turn professional after December 11. He ...

    Article : 260 words
  16. "MOTHS" FOR KHARTOUM.

    The English aviators, Mr. Neville Stick and Mr. Bernard Leete, are delayed by gales at Lympne, on the first stage of their stunt flight on DeHavilland Moth ...

    Article : 61 words
  17. CRIMINAL'S LAWSUIT.

    A strange story was told in the Central Police Court to-day. Then James Hassett (36), was charged with having fraudulently converted to his own use £90. the ...

    Article : 217 words
  18. IRISH FREE STATE.

    There is no doubt that a conspiracy has been formed to subvert public order in the Irish Free State, said the President (Mr. Cosgrave). in introducing a Bill on ...

    Article : 95 words
  19. Advertising

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    Advertising : 254 words
  20. CONTROL OF CANNED FRUIT EXPORT.

    On Monday the Minister for Markets and Migration (Mr. Ptacrson) announced that nominations for electio to the proposed Canned Fruits Export Control ...

    Article : 94 words
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