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  2. WATERSIDE PREFERENCE.

    CANBERRA, May 27.—The dislocation between the Ministry and the Senate over the waterside regulations, which already bad reached an active stage, was ...

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  3. FINANCIAL CRISIS.

    Before the annual conference of the National Council of Women yesterday the Chief Secretary (Mr. Norbert Keenan, K.C.) delivered an address on current ...

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  4. LAND AGENTS' METHODS.

    Trenchant criticism of the activities of a firm of land agents carrying on business as Land and Homes, Ltd., was voiced in the Legislative Assembly yesterday ...

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  5. SOVIET INDUSTRY.

    RIGA, May 26.—The Soviet State Planning Commission, in which economic administration in the Union is centred, has decided to make immediate preparations ...

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  6. MR. LANG'S FUTURE

    CANBERRA, May 27,—Reports which reached Canberra of the unusual degree of intimacy and friendliness between the Premier of New South Wales ...

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  7. ASSASSINATION PLOT.

    LONDON, May 27.—The Rome correspondent of the "Daily Express" asserts that London is the centre of a carefully organised plot to assassinate the Italian ...

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  8. INTERNAL LOANS.

    MELBOURNE, May 27.—The whole of the time of the Premiers' Conference today was occupied in a discussion of a report which was submitted by a committee ...

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  9. POPE AND SOCIALISM.

    LONDON, May 27.—Members of the British Labour Party are still concerned about the Pope's recent encyclical, in which his Holiness declared that no good ...

    Article : 182 words
  10. AVIATION.

    CHICAGO, May 26,—A twin-motored experimental aeroplane, the "Blue Streak," belonging to the "Daily News" crashed appurently through a structural ...

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  11. FLIGHTS TO ENGLAND.

    SYDNEY, May 27.—In preparation of his flight to England, Mr. J. A. Mollison conducted flying tests to-day. The machine attained a Speed of 118 miles an ...

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  12. LABOUR PREPARATIONS.

    The Labour Party in Western Australia is conducting ballots for the selection of candidates for the next Federal elections. The ballots opened last Monday and will ...

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  13. INTEREST RATES.

    MELBOURNE, May 27.—Following on the tentative acceptance of the proposed reduction of 1 per cent, in interest rates on deposits in banks by representatives of ...

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  14. BURMESE REVOLT.

    LONDON, Hay 26.—A report on the situation in Burma, issued by the India Office, refers to minor encounters between Government forces and bodies of rebels. ...

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  15. Mr. Scott at Batavia.

    BATAVIA, May 27.—Mr. C. W. A. Scott (who is on a flight to England) arrived from Wyndham at 3.30 P.M. to-day soon after the Dutch mail plane Abel ...

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  16. MISHAP AT GERALDTON.

    GERALDTON, May 27.—A mishap occurred yesterday at the Geraldton aerodrome to West Australian Airways' tenseater aeroplane, which arrived on its ...

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  17. EFFECT IN LONDON.

    LONDON, May 28.—The news of the proposed reduction of interest on Australian loans is causing some apprehension among investors but prices on the Stock ...

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  18. SMART POLICE CAPTURE.

    Smart work by the police wireless patrol and Constable Weaver, of the Highgate Hill police, resulted in the arrest last night of, two men suspected of having ...

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  19. N.S.W. SELECTION BALLOTS.

    SYDNEY, May 27.—Industrialists predominate among candidates for Labour selection to contest Federal seats in New South Wales at the next general election. ...

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  20. RETURNED SOLDIERS' LEAGUE

    A meeting of the State executive of the Returned Soldiers' League was held at the Soldiers' Institute, St. George's-terrace last night. The president (Colonel ...

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  21. PORTUGAL'S TROUBLES

    CAPE TOWN, May 26.—A sensation was caused at Lourenco Marques, the capital and one of the chief ports of Portuguese East Africa, by the arrest ...

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  22. "Up Against the Maia Issues."

    LONDON, May 27.—The "Morning Post's" financial editor writes:—"At lohg last the Government of Australia has been brought up against the main issues arising ...

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  23. "MIDWINTER MADNESS."

    CANBERRA, May 27.—Many references to the Ministry's policy with respect to preference to unionists on the waterfront were made when the House of ...

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  24. CUSTODY OF SON.

    LONDON, May 27.—The circumstances of an Australian father's legal fight for his ten-year-old son was told to the "Daily Express" yesterday. Mr. Philip Harris ...

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  25. WARNED IN VAIN.

    LONDON, May 26.—As a result of one of the most remarkable examples of confidence trickery in the experience of Scotland Yard, a South Australian who is ...

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  26. MURDER CHARGES.

    MELBOURNE, May 27.—William John Dash wood (29), labourer, of Vermont, was to-day found guilty of the murder at Vermont on February 22, of Frederick Harold ...

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  27. QUEENSLAND ECONOMIES.

    BRISBANE, May 27.—Although no official statement has been made on the subject, it is generally understood that the economy measures taken by the Queensland ...

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  28. FEMALE FASCISTS.

    ROME, May 26.—A Fascist bulletin has been issued stating that all women over the age of 22. of perfect moral character, and holding the Fascist faith are eligible ...

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  29. RELIGIOUS LIBERTY.

    MADRID, May 27.—The refusal of the Vatican to recognise the Spanish Ambassador (Senor Zulucta) is apparently not based on political motives, but because ...

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  30. BIG BANK CRASH.

    VIENNA, May 27.—A second big Austrian bank crash within recent times has been revealed by one of the directors of the Auspitz-Lieben Company. Schuller. ...

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  31. Two Men Remanded.

    MELBOURNE, May 27.—Following on the death at the Melbourne Hospital yesterday of William Richard Doig (35), commission agent Harry Sheldon (24) ...

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  32. RIOT AT MINE.

    WELLINGTON, May 27.—Yesterday a party of 200, miners from the Stockton and Millerton mines, near Westport, visited the mine at Charming Creek and ...

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  33. EMPIRE'S DEAD.

    YPRES, Hay 27.—General Sir Charles Harington unveiled a memorial tablet in the Cathedral to-day to the Empire's million dead. He also laid a wreath at the ...

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  34. "FIRST GLEAM OF HOPE."

    ADELAIDE, May 27.—Mr. T. E. Barr Smith, chairman of directors of Elder's Trustee and Executive Company, speaking at the annual meeting of shareholders ...

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  35. VALUELESS CHEQUES.

    BRUCE ROCK. May 27.—Before Mr. F. M. Read, P.M., in the Bruce Rock Police Court this afternoon, Reginald Batchelor (about 36), was sentenced to six months' ...

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  36. SCIENTIFIC VENTURE.

    AUGSBURG (Batavia), May 27.—Professor Peccard ascended in a specially constructed balloon early this morning with the intention of making scientific ...

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  37. RACING CAR WRECKED.

    INDIANOPOLIS (U.S.A.), May 27.— Mr. Joe Caccia, a racing driver, and his mechanic were putting a car "through its paces" in preparation for a Memorial Day ...

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  38. EARTHQUAKE INSURANCE.

    LONDON, May 26.—The Institute of London Underwriters, in consequence of the heavy losses sustained by produce in freezing works ashore being destroyed by ...

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  39. AMERICAN LEAVES BANQUET.

    PARIS, May 26.—At a dinner party given to some visiting American Mayors to-night, there was a surprising incident. The Mayor of Los Angeles a fierce ...

    Article : 79 words
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