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

Friday, 28 November 1924

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A CRISIS IS POSSIBLE Sydney, Friday. (41 words)

AEROPLANES FOR CHINA FOUR SEIZED AT COLOMBO ON BOARD GERMAN SHIP (Reuter's Message.) Bombay, November 27. (42 words)

AMUSEMENTS LENARD'S PICTURES (125 words)

BENEVOLENT SOCIETY (118 words)

CATHOLIC SCHOOLS' FETE (41 words)

CITRUS FRUIT EMBARGO STATEMENT BY MR. CHAFFEY Sydney, Friday. (72 words)

CITY COUNCIL FINANCES COMMENTS BY ALDERMAN ON THE AUDITOR'S REPORT (657 words)

CIVIL WAR IN CHINA NEW AGREEMENT TO BE MADE WITH FORMER EMPEROR (Reuter's Message.) Shanghai, November 27. (47 words)

COURT PROCEEDINGS Melbourne, Friday. (21 words)

EGYPTIAN CRISIS KING FAUD'S ORDERS TO EGYPTIAN ARMY THE SUDAN IS QUIET (Reuter's Message.) London, November 27. (83 words)

EGYPTIAN TROOPS DEFIANCE OF ACTING-SIRDAR'S ORDER TROOPS LEAVING THE SUDAN (Reuter's Message.) London, November 27. (122 words)

ELECTRICITY WORKS DISCUSSION BY COUNCIL ON MANAGER'S REPORT (810 words)

EXHIBITION TRAIN Sydney, Friday. (66 words)

FIGHT AT STEWARDS' MEETING Sydney, Friday. (39 words)

GENERAL CABLES A JAPANESE PROPOSAL TO LIFT GOLD EMBARGO (Reuter's Message.) Tokio, November 26. (96 words)

HISTORICAL RECORDS WANTED FOR MITCHELL LIBRARY COMMITTEE OF COUNCIL TO CONSIDER MATTER. (437 words)

HOSPITAL PATIENTS (152 words)

IMMIGRATION PREMIER OF N.S.W. TO PROTEST AGAINST FOREIGN INFLUX Sydney, Friday. (87 words)

JOCKEY WOOD INJURED (179 words)

JOHNSON'S PICTURES (108 words)

LITTLE GIRL INJURED Sydney, Friday. (31 words)

MALOJA AT SEMAPHORE INSTRUCTIONS ARE ISSUED NOT TO TOUCH THE VESSEL DAME MELBA REFUSED LANDING Adelaide, Friday. (244 words)

MAN INJURED IN FIGHT (90 words)

MILITARY TRANSFER (142 words)

MINE WORKERS INJURED (116 words)

MINISTER DECLINES PORTFOLIO (Reuter's Message.) London, November 27. (38 words)

MOTOR CYCLTST KILLED Sydney, Friday. (30 words)

MR. BAVIN TELLS PARLIAMENT WHY A PAPER ATTACKS HIM ROBIN CASE RECALLED Sydney, Friday. (338 words)

MR. COLLIER REQUESTS REPORT REGARDING W.A. ARRIVALS Perth, Friday. (63 words)

MR. HUGHES ASKED FOR ADVICE Sydney, Friday. (46 words)

MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS TOWN CLERK'S INQUIRIES IN THREE CAPITAL CITIES (834 words)

NEW SOUTH WALES MAN'S SKULL FRACTURED Sydney, Friday. (35 words)

PASTORAL INDUSTRY MORE RAIN IS WANTED (268 words)

PERSONAL (118 words)

PROGRESS HAS BEEN MADE TOWARDS A SETTLEMENT (The "Times" Message.) London, November 26. (102 words)

SALE OF TOLARNO FLOCK (150 words)

SHIPPING TROUBLE STEAMER IS DECLARED "BLACK" ON ARRIVAL IN BRISBANE RETURNING TO SYDNEY Brisbane, Friday. (76 words)

SHIPS TO BE TIED UP STATEMENT BY TOM WALSH Melbourne, Friday. (50 words)

SHORTHAND EXAMINATION (243 words)

SOUTH AFRICAN PRESS APPROVES BRITISH ACTION (Reuter's Message.) Capetown, November 27. (78 words)

STABBING CASE PANGALIS AGAIN REMANDED (333 words)

STATE PARLIAMENT AN AMENDING BILL REJECTED IN LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL Sydney, Friday. (46 words)

STREET LIGHT WANTED REFERRED TO COMMITTEE (135 words)

SUSPECTS BOUND OVER TO EGYPTIAN GOVERNMENT (Reuter's Message.) Cairo, November 27. (37 words)

TAX ON LOTTERY PRIZES REMOVAL BY FEDERAL GOVT. Melbourne, Friday. (29 words)

TEACHERS' APPEAL BOARD DEPUTATION TO PREMIER Sydney, Friday. (178 words)

THREE ARRESTS MADE (Reuter's Message.) Cairo, November 27. (86 words)

UNIONISTS' RIBBON SHOW ACTIVITY AT TRADES HALL (301 words)

Detailed lists, results, guides

"HOMELESS WITH EIGHT" (108 words)

THE SHARE MARKET ADELAIDE QUOTATIONS (101 words)

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