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  3. THE KING

    Palace circles are pleased with the bulletin, and point out that it is the first time that the doctors have used the phrase, "satisfactory progress.: ...

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  4. MIGRATION

    Among motions listed for discussion at the Annual Conference of the A.L.P. which opens on Friday next, is one proposing abolition of all ...

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  5. KELLOGG PACT

    President Cool[?]dge signed the Kellogg Treaty with an impressive ceremony in the presence of the Cabinet, the Vice-President and the members ...

    Article : 161 words
  6. MR. C W. C. MARR

    It is reported in political circles this afternoon that Mr. C. W. C. Marr. assistant-Minister, I [?]tends resigning from the Federal Cabinet. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. LORRY OVERTURNS

    When a motor lorry got out of control and overturned near Queanbeyan at 5.30 yesterday afternoon, two men A. Keech and L. L. Brown, were ...

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  8. SUCCESSOR

    Commissioner Higgin, chief of staff of the Salvation Army, has taken over temporarily the duties of General Bramwell Booth, pending the appoint. ...

    Article : 420 words
  9. BRAIDWOOD'S PLIGHT

    News to hand this morning says bush fires are raging over a wide area in N.S.W. At Braidwood the position is serious ...

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  10. IN DANDENONG RANGES

    Five definite outbreaks of fire have been reported in the Dandenong ranges, but all have been got under control. ...

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  11. STRANGE LETTER

    At the inquest to-day concerning the death of an Italian, Anthony, Sadi[?] Pecorella, who shot himself in a room in East Sydney, a letter written by the ...

    Article : 118 words
  12. REPARATIONS

    Sir Esme Howard (British Ambassador to the United States), informed Mr. Kellogg to-day that the Allied Governments desired Owen B. ...

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  13. AN INTERNATIONAL KISS

    "The Kellogg Pact is only an international kiss." declared Professor J. H. Morgan. "It is dangerous it is bad, and it will ...

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  14. LIVES ENDANGERED

    Although many lives have been endangered by the bush fires, no deaths were reported up to last night. North winds fanned the flames in ...

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  15. INQUIRY

    The inquiry into the suspension of Mr. M. L. Shepherd, secretary of the Defence Department, will be held in Melbourne on Thursday next. ...

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  16. ENGLISH TEAM

    The English cricketers commenced their second game against Tasmania to-day. The wicket was wet as a consequence of rain falling over night ...

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  17. EARTHQUAKE

    The newspaper "El Universal" says that 25 are dead, and a great number of injured have been taken from the ruins of the city of Cunana, which ...

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  18. UNIVERSITY CLASSES

    The first meeting of the newly-formed University Association was held at the office of the president, Sir Robert Garran, yesterday afternoon. A ...

    Article : 109 words
  19. UNEMPLOYED

    Speaking at a meeting of the Glebe Council during a discussion on activities of the local Distress Society, Alderman Fitzgerald said the ...

    Article : 63 words
  20. HOMESTEADS ESCAPE

    A message from Barralier states the bush fires are still raging, and three homesteads narrowly escaped destruction. Many miles of fencing have been ...

    Article : 82 words
  21. REBEL TRIUMPH

    A Peshawar message says that Batchor Sakkio, the rebel leader, has captured Kabul and Amanullah is the new King. ...

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  22. CANDIDATES

    Salvation Army circles are of the opinion that candidates for the generaldship are now Eva Booth, Commissioner Higgins, and Commissioner ...

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  23. ABORIGINALS

    A report on the conditions of aboriginals in Central and North Australia has been despatched from Queensland to the Prime Minister by ...

    Article : 132 words
  24. MELBOURNE PARS

    Detectives from the Criminal investigation Department conferred with the Forestry Commission to-day, with regard to the punishment of persons ...

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  25. PUBLIC THONE

    As a result of many requests for the installation of a public telephone at Ainslie, the secretary of the Social Service Association (Major A. E. ...

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  26. "BOOTH ILL-ADVISED"

    "The Morning Post," in an editorial, says that Booth has been ill-advised. but still has a noble part to play by accepting the fact. Any other course of ...

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  27. BOOTH'S MESSAGE

    The following letter was to have appeared in the "War Cry" from Booth: "Beloved comrades; In this moment of serious anxiety and crisis in our ...

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  28. SHEFFIELD SHIELD

    The following players have been selected to play for New South Wales aaginst Victoria; the match to commence in Sydney on Thursday next:— ...

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  29. MOTOR GAR FUEL

    It is understood the United States Army Transport service has asked for specifications of the device invented by Mr. Gabaward, a New Zealand ...

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  30. RAIL EXCURSIONS

    Acting under instructions from the council. Major A. E. D'Arcy, general secretary of the Social Service Association, has communicated with Mr. ...

    Article : 101 words
  31. LONG DISTANCE 'PHONE

    The Director of Posts and Telegraphs (Mr. Drown) said to-day that the development of the long distance telephone system in Australia was ...

    Article : 69 words
  32. COMMUNIST FLAG

    A thousand watersiders carrying the Communist flag, marched barcheaded through the main streets of Adelaide to-day, but there was no disorder. All ...

    Article : 44 words
  33. NO INCREASE

    The Chief Commissioner (Sir John Butters), said [?] the rumour, which stated that the rent of the Causeway cottages would ...

    Article : 53 words
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