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  2. RELIEF OF UNEMPLOYMENT.

    The first step in the preparation of its proposals for the relief of unemployment in the next financial year was taken by the state Cabinet yeaterday. It was ...

    Article : 1,111 words
  3. DISORDER IN SPAIN.

    Once again the Government has triumphed in an attack on the Syndicalist labour unions. which had secretly decreed that a general strike should be precipitated ...

    Article : 215 words
  4. BUSH FIRES.

    Perhaps the most striking thing noticeable in the recent public controversy in regard to the causes and prevention of bush fires is the divergence of views expressed ...

    Article : 1,486 words
  5. BRITISH TARIFF.

    Exceptional interest is being displayed in the debate in the House of Commons on the Imports Duties Bill which, with the proposals for dealing with agriculture ...

    Article : 886 words
  6. SHANGHAI.

    Five transports landed more Japanese troops here this evening, and preparatons for a determined drive against the 19th Route Army of Cantonese troops are being ...

    Article : 1,350 words
  7. ELECTION IN IRELAND.

    Troops have arrived at a number of electoral districts to prevent intimidation in the Irish Free State election which will be held to-day Reports that, following the ...

    Article : 218 words
  8. FEDERAL PARLIAMENT.

    CANBERRA, Tuesday. — It was decided this afternoon at a meeting of the United Australia party that Mr. Mackay[?] the member for Lilley (Q.), would ...

    Article : 854 words
  9. RATIONING IN RAILWAYS.

    Following persistent agitation by trade union organisations against the present system of rationing, the state Cabinet[?] at a meeting yesterday, authorised the Minister ...

    Article : 469 words
  10. SIR STANLEY JACKSON.

    Bina Das, a Bengali woman, aged 20 years, who tried to assassinate His Excellency the Governor of Bengal (Sir Stanley Jackson) when be was delivering an address at the ...

    Article : 250 words
  11. PRINCE AS GYMNAST.

    The "Daily Express"saya that the new town house of the Earl of Harewood and the Priucess Royal at 32 Green street, Mayfair, contains a full-size boxing ring ...

    Article : 210 words
  12. ST. KILDA BY-ELECTION.

    A keenly contested by-election ended last night when the returning officer for the Central Ward of the St. Kilda Council (Mr. M. D. Kidd) declared Mr.H. Nelson, ...

    Article : 221 words
  13. SOUTH AFRICA.

    In the House of Assembly to-day the Minister for Finance (Mr. Havenga), by special leave, made a statement on the finances of the Union. ...

    Article : 155 words
  14. FIJIAN PRODUCTS.

    The Legislative Council was opened this morning. His Excellency the Governor (Sir Murchison Fletcher) in his speech said that the def[?] last year amounted to ...

    Article : 204 words
  15. BRITISH NATIONAL DEBT.

    Surprising figures regarding the effect of the fail of prices were given by Sir Josin[?] Stamp, the economist, in a speech at Westminister. ...

    Article : 125 words
  16. NEW CROWN PROSECUTOR.

    On the recommendation of the AttorneyGeneral (Mr. Slater) the State Cabinet decided yesterday to appoint Mr. M. L. Cussen as a Crown prosecutor for a period ...

    Article : 149 words
  17. DISARMAMENT.

    Fresh interest has been introduced at the Diasarmament Conference by an intense appeal by Dr. Bosh (Argentine) that an agreement should be reached to prevent ...

    Article : 162 words
  18. CURRENCIES OF EMPIRE.

    The Ministry is prepared to refer plans for stabilishing the currencies of the Emphire and other Imperial problems to the Imperial Economiv Conference. A statement ...

    Article : 139 words
  19. SHRINE OF REMEMBRANCE.

    The Acting Premier (Mr. Tunnecliffe) announced after a meeting of the State Cabinet yesterday that the Ministry would honour its obligation to pay the amount ...

    Article : 149 words
  20. BOMB IN ST. PETER'S.

    A bomb was found in the Basiliea of St. Peter's on Saturday night. It had been placed behind the memorial to Pope Innocent XL It was immediately thrown ...

    Article : 136 words
  21. N.S.W. WAGE TAX.

    SYDNEY, Tesday. — There is much speculation in Sydney about a possible increase in the wage tax. Ministers admit that they are worried about the future, ...

    Article : 203 words
  22. Phar Lap.

    Phar Lap was given his first gallop on the soft track here early to-day, and he appeared to do well. T. Woodcock[?] who is in charge of Phar Lap is satified that the ...

    Article : 71 words
  23. PANIC IN CAFE.

    Panic occurred in a cafe in the Boulevard Montemartre to-day, when a man who was sitting at a table conversing with two other men suddenly drew a ...

    Article : 109 words
  24. DUCK-SHOOTER KILLED.

    SEYMOUR, Tuesday. —The third fatality of the duck-shooting [?]son occured this evening between yea and Trawool, when Richard Hansford aged about 33 years, ...

    Article : 311 words
  25. SCHOOLBOY SUES TEACHER.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday. — In the District Court to-day a jury of four found for William Henry Upham, Schoolboy who, through his father[?] sud Norman Wesley ...

    Article : 90 words
  26. DARTMOOR MUTINY.

    The "Daily Telegraph" understands that the convicts accused of complicity in the recent matiny at the Dartmoor prison will probably be dealt with in an ...

    Article : 174 words
  27. WOMEN'S BATHS, ST. KILDA.

    In Future men will not be permitted to ten[?] pupils in the women's sections of the new St. Kilda baths. This action follows the presentation to the St. Kilda Council of ...

    Article : 284 words
  28. CREW DELAYS VESSEL.

    AUCKLAND (N.Z.), Tuesday-The Union Steamship Co's vessel Wairana[?] which was to have left for Napier to-night, has been delayed because members of the ...

    Article : 73 words
  29. Imperial Broadcasting.

    The Postmaster-General (Sir Kingsley Wood) announced in the House of Com-mons to-day that the Construction of a new station for broadcasting throughout the ...

    Article : 104 words
  30. WOMAN RECLUSE.

    Having been told that an old woman was living unkempt, uneared for, and practiceally starving in Highett street, Richmond, police constables went to the house and ...

    Article : 235 words
  31. JAPANESE STEAMER AGROUND.

    PERTH, Tuesday. — Efforts are being made to refloat the Japanese vessel Ha[?] Mar[?], which went aground near Bunbury on Sunday. The motor-ship Kybra and the ...

    Article : 74 words
  32. INCOME TAXATION.

    The political correspondent of the "Daily Telegraph" says that the Chancellor of the Exchequer (Mr. Neville Chamberlain) hopes to reduce income taxation in the next ...

    Article : 79 words
  33. Meat for British Army.

    The Australian Process Association learns that Thomas Borthwiek and Sons (Aust.) Ltd. has obtained most of the half-yearly contact for the supply of 6,000 tons of ...

    Article : 66 words
  34. Classified Advertising

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    Advertising : 431 words
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