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Barrier Miner (Broken Hill, NSW : 1888 - 1954)

Friday, 21 November 1924

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AIR TRANSPORT SETTLING THE DETAILS OF BRITISH SCHEME AIR DIRECTOR GOES TO INDIA (Reuter's Message.) London, November 20. (118 words)

BELLBIRD REOPENING Sydney, Friday. (28 words)

BRITAIN AND GERMANY PROGRESS OF NEGOTIATIONS FOR COMMERCIAL TREATY (The "Times" Message.) London, November 19. (187 words)

BRITAIN'S REPRESENTATIVE THE FOREIGN SECRETARY APPOINTED TO COUNCIL (Reuter's Message.) London, November 20. (156 words)

BRITISH FOREIGN OFFICE AWAITING FULLEST REPORTS (Reuter's Message.) London, November 20. (45 words)

CAIRO HORROR-STRICKEN AT ATTACK ON SIRDAR (Reuter's Message.) London, November 20. (69 words)

CLAIM FOR LIBEL Sydney, Friday. (28 words)

CRIME DETECTION SYDNEY SENDS RECORD OF CRIMINAL IN LONDON (The "Times" Message.) London, November 19. (182 words)

CRONULLA TRAM SMASH CORONER GIVES FINDING OF ACCIDENTAL DEATH Sydney, Friday. (204 words)

ENGLISH CRICKETERS MATCH AGAINST N.S.W. N.S.W. NIL FOR 52 Sydney, Friday. (234 words)

FEDERAL POLITICS ABOLITION IS SUGGESTED OF ALL AGENTS-GENERAL Melbourne, Friday. (45 words)

GENERAL CABLES NOTED FILM PRODUCER DEAD (Reuter's Message.) Vancouver, November 20. (42 words)

HUME-HOVELL OBELISK Sydney, Friday. (44 words)

INDUSTRIAL VICTIMISATION ALLEGED BY LONDON STRIKERS (Reuter's Message.) London, November 20. (78 words)

INTIMIDATION ALLEGED EVIDENCE OF YOUNG WOMAN Perth, Friday. (226 words)

KILLED AND INJURED LIST IN STATE MOTOR ACCIDENTS Sydney, Friday. (46 words)

LEAGUE OF NATIONS SCRAPPING THE PROTOCOL "DAILY TELEGRAPH" EXPLAINS (Reuter's Message.) London, November 20. (99 words)

MAN ALLEGES ROBBERY Sydney, Friday. (98 words)

MINE WORKERS INJURED (259 words)

MORE COLLIERIES RESUME Sydney, Friday. (18 words)

MORE RAIN REPORTED Sydney, Friday. (56 words)

MR. J. H. STOCKDALE DEAD (140 words)

NEW SOUTH WALES UNLICENSED WIRELESS SETS Sydney, Friday. (49 words)

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PROMPT ACTION DEMANDED (The "Times" Message.) London, November 19. (106 words)

RAILWAY TO SYDNEY PREPARATIONS BEING MADE TO START MENINDIE BRIDGE (64 words)

RIOTING IN PHILIPPINES (Reuter's Message.) Manila, November 20. (32 words)

RUSSIA & GERMANY NEGOTIATIONS AT MOSCOW FOR A TRADE AGREEMENT (The "Times" Message.) London, November 19. (78 words)

SALUTING THE FLAG DEPUTATION TO MR. BRUNTNELL Sydney, Friday. (175 words)

SETTLEMENT THOUGHT LIKELY OF K.F.B. FOUNDRY STRIKE Sydney, Friday. (53 words)

SHEFFIELD SHIELD VICTORIA v. SOUTH AUSTRALIA RAIN DELAYS PLAY. Melbourne, Friday. (91 words)

SIRDAR OF EGYPT DEAD Succumbs to Wound in Stomach Inflicted by Unknown Assailants HEMORRHAGE AFFECTED DIGESTION (Reuter's Message.) Cairo, November 20. (96 words)

THE STEAMER CLAN MONROE HAS BEEN GRANTED PRATIQUE Fremantle, Friday. (153 words)

TROOPS ON RHINE FRENCH ARE CONSIDERING PLAN FOR A REDUCTION (The "Times" Message.) London, November 19. (211 words)

VAGRANCY CHARGE FAILS Sydney, Friday. (191 words)

VIOLENCE WAS FOMENTED BY EGYPTIAN CABINET (The "Times" Message.) London, November 1[?]. (303 words)

WELCOMED IN SYDNEY. Sydney, Friday. (180 words) [illustrated]

ZINOVIEFF LETTER THE BRITISH CABINET DEFINES ITS ATTITUDE. PREVIOUS ACTION ENDORSED (Reuter's Message.) London, November 20. (81 words)

Detailed lists, results, guides

IRELAND SINN TRIS CANDIDATE WINS SOUTH DUBLIN SEAT (Reuter's Message.) London, November 19. (59 words)

MINING BLOCK 14 REPORT (307 words)

THE GROUNDS OF APPEAL STATEMENT BY MR. BLACKMORE (220 words)

THE KYKLOS CASE NOTICE OF APPEAL GIVEN BY A. D. LANG AND M'KENZIE (174 words)

THE METAL MARKET LEAD, £38 15/ A TON (Reuter's Message.) London November 20. (128 words)

U.S.A. DISARMAMENT DETAILS OF SCRAPPING (Reuter's Message.) Vancouver, November 20. (168 words)

WIN FOR REPUBLICAN IN NORTH-MAYO BY-ELECTION (Reuter's Message.) London, November 20. (41 words)

WOMAN'S NERVES SHATTERED BY EVENTS OF LAST 10 YEARS EVIDENCE AT INQUEST (Reuter's Message.) London, November 20. (79 words)

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