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  2. AUSTRALIAN FINANCE.

    CANBERRA, June 1.—Figures made available to-day by the Federal Treasury, show that Customs revenue for the 11 months of the financial year on May 31. ...

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  3. FOOTBALL.

    Vastly improved football was enjoyed by larger crowds than usual in ideal weather yesterday afternoon, when the sixth set of the West Australian National Football ...

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  4. POPE AND FASCISTS

    ROME, May 31.—The breach in Italy between the state and the Vatican has grown so much that neutral observers are of the opinion that the Government must ...

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  5. GERMAN NATIONALISM.

    LONDON, June 1.—Militarist speeches, in which demands for the return of former German colonies and restoration of the Monarchy were made, marked the great ...

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  6. DUAL TRAGEDY.

    WILUNA, June 1.—At 9.30 o'clock on Saturday night a native woman named Molly reported to the police that Robert Olliver (about 55) and a native named Ted ...

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  7. THE GOLD PROBLEM

    LONDON, May 31.—"Maldistribution rather than a shortage of output of gold has been the determining factor of the world crisis," says Mr. L. M. S. Amery, ...

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  8. LOAN CONVERSION PLAN

    MELBOURNE, June 1.—When the Prime Minister (Mr. Scullin) met the State Premiers in conference again at 4 o'clock this afternoon, he read a letter which he ...

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  9. BALLOONISTS' FAME.

    MUNICH, May 31.—When Professor Piccard and Dr. Kipfer returned to-day to Augsburg, whence they made their famous ten-mile balloon ascent, they were in ...

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  10. REACTION IN LONDON.

    LONDON, May 31.—"The Times" in a leading article commenting on the Australian conversion scheme, says:—"Unless the Commonwealth and New South ...

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  11. FEDERAL EXPENDITURE.

    CANBERRA, June 1.—Drastic reductions in Commonwealth expenditure were foreshadowed by the Minister for Home Affairs (Mr. Blakeley) to-day, when ...

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  12. AVIATION.

    LONDON, May 31.—When M. Contes, the famous French airman and Inspector-General for the French Air Union, accompanied by M. Bellonte, with whom he flew ...

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  13. ALLEGED FRAUD.

    SYDNEY, June 1.—Fifteen charges of having fraudulently omitted to account for money received by him were preferred against William Carnegie Ciegg (50), ...

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  14. AN OLD SCANDAL.

    LONDON, May 31.—"Worse than the Dreyfus Affair," is the description applied by General Robert Blakeney (retired), in referring to the case of the Hon. Violet ...

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  15. AN EXCITING STRUGGLE.

    In a typical West Perth-Subiaco match productive of by far the best football seen this season, West Perth with admirable tenacity preserved its lead gained in the ...

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  16. ALLEGED DISORDERLINESS.

    Seven young men were arrested on charges of disorderly conduct by Plainclothes Constables McGeary, Fletcher and Barker, of the special police motor patrol, ...

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  17. AUTOGYRO CRASHES.

    LONDON, May 31.—Flight-Lieutenant H. M. Schofield (who took part in the Schneider Cup race in 1927), when demonstrating an autogyro over Sherburn ...

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  18. A Report Denied.

    LONDON, June 1.—The newspapers give prominence to a cablegram from J. B. Were and Sons, Melbourne stockbrokers, stating that the reports from Australia ...

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  19. NEW SOUTH WALES ESTIMATES.

    SYDNEY, June 1.—No Budget for New South Wales has been produced by the Treasurer this year, but an estimate of revenue and expenditure furnished to the ...

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  20. CANADIAN TARIFF.

    OTTAWA, May 31.—Canada awaits the Budget statement of the Prime Minister (Mr. Bennett) in the House of Commons to-morrow with no little anxiety. His ...

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  21. 'PLANE FALLS INTO SEA.

    MADRID, May 31.—An aeroplane fell into the sea when flying towards Barcelona from Tarragona to-day. Fishermen recovered from the sea the body of the ...

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  22. SALARY AND PENSION CUTS.

    MELBOURNE, June 1.—Opposition to proposals submitted at the Premiers' Conference was expressed at a special meeting of the Central Executive of the ...

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  23. WHOLESALE MURDER.

    CHICAGO, May 31.—The authorities are following a trail of death extending back 25 years, in investigating the strange case of Mrs. Margaret Summers, a grey-haired ...

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  24. YORKSHIRE CLUB RACE.

    LONDON, May 31.—The Yorkshire Aero Club's 33-miles race to-day was won by Flight-Lieut, Stainforth, Mr. C. R. Percival (of Sydney) came second. ...

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  25. FURTHER PLANS FOR THRIFT.

    ADELAIDE, June 1.-Recommendations for further economies to be placed before the Premiers' Conference were decided upon at a meeting of the State Cabinet ...

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  26. QUEENSLAND REVENUE.

    BRISBANE, June 1.—The revenue returns for May and for the 11 months issued to-day show that the revenue for the 11 months amounted to £12,837,029. ...

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  27. INTERNATIONAL FLIGHTS.

    ROME, June 1.—The Royal Italian Aero Club is inviting airmen who have made overseas flights from continent to continent to meet in Rome in October or April ...

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  28. NEW ZEALAND ACTION.

    WELLINGTON, June 1.—Owing to failure to reach an agreement with Canada regarding reciprocal tariffs, the Government has decided that Canadian imports ...

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  29. GAOL FOR FARMER.

    DARWIN, June 1.—In the Supreme Court to-day (Mr. Justice Mallam presiding), Cathcart Walker was charged with having unlawfully wounded Fred Martin. ...

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  30. AUSTRALIA TO ENGLAND.

    SYDNEY, June 1.—Mr. J. A. Mollison, who intends flying to England, will leave Mascot to-morrow morning for Broken Hill. He will then fly to Derby (W.A.), ...

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  31. FIGHT IN A SHOP.

    MELBOURNE, June 1.—A knife and a revolver were used in a fight in a shop occupied by an elderly Indian herbalist, in Therry-street, West Melbourne, this ...

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  32. THE EXPERTS' PROPOSALS.

    ADELAIDE, June 1.—The executive of the Emergency Committee of South Australia expresses approval of the plan of the economic experts as drafted by an ...

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  33. WYNDHAM AIR PORT.

    The Postmaster-General (Mr. A. E. Green) recently discussed the question of the first port of call in Australia for overseas aerial services with Captain Pattist, ...

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  34. POSITION IN TASMANIA.

    HOBART, June 1.—The revenue for the 11 months of the present financial year is £2,339,438, compared with £2,537,660 for last year, a nominal decrease of over ...

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  35. POLICE NEWS.

    Several week-end burglaries were reported to the detectives yesterday morning. Bank notes to the value of £8/10/ were taken from clothing hanging in a ...

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  36. CAWNPORE RIOT.

    CALCUTTA, June 1.—In yesterday's fight between Hindus and Moslems four men were killed and 28 injured. The not followed the fatal stabbing of a Hindu by ...

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  37. NAVAL OFFICER'S DEATH.

    HOBART, June 1.—The Coroner (Mr. G. Crosby Gilmore) to-day concluded the inquiry into the death of Lieutenant H. M. Trebilco, which occurred near ...

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  38. BURIED IN LIME.

    MELBOURNE, June 1.—Trapped in a large bin under several tons of lime, Herbert Abbott (33), of William-street, Newtown, Geelong, was smothered to-day. ...

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  39. POLAR RESEARCH.

    LONDON, May 31.—The research ship Discovery, under the command of Sir Douglas Mawson, has arrived from the Antarctic. None of the scientists on board ...

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  40. LIEUT. SCOTT AT KARACHI.

    KARACHI, June 1.—Flight-Lieut-Charles Scott arrived this morning in the course of his return flight from Australia to England. He left in the afternoon for ...

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  41. MOTOR COACH SKIDS.

    BRUSSELS, May 31.—A motor coach containing nine English tourists skidded when it failed to take a left-handed turn near Ghyveld, close to the ...

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  42. A LOST TRIBE.

    BERLIN, June 1.—They have never heard of the World War, the death of the Tsar and the birth of the Soviet—such has been the isolation of a lost tribe of ...

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  43. Soviet Expedition.

    MOSCOW, June 1.—The Soviet icebreaker Malyguin will go to Franz Josef Land in July with a party of scientists and 40 foreign tourists in the hope of ...

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  44. City Arrests.

    Cecil John Bowman (30), cabinetmaker, of Bonte-street, East Perth, was arrested by Constable Lowry last night and charged with having escaped from the custody of ...

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  45. BUNBURY MUNICIPAL COUNCIL

    BUNBURY, June 1.—Appreciation of the satisfactory financial position of the Municipal Council was voiced at the halfyearly meeting of ratepayers held at the ...

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  46. STIR AT EVICTION.

    SYDNEY, June 1.—As an outcome of an attempt by a number of men to prevent the eviction of a tenant from a house at Redfern on Saturday, Frederick Page ...

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  47. EAST PERTH'S RALLY.

    A fair attendance of enthusiasts at Perth Oval saw an interesting game between Perth and East Perth, which became exciting after half-time. East Perth ...

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  48. SHOPS RIFLED.

    KALGOORLIE, June 1.—Late on Saturday night or in the early hours of Sunday morning, Mr. E. Oates'g hairdressing and tobacconist's shop in Hannan-street. ...

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  49. FATAL TAIL SPIN.

    WELLINGTON, June 1.—An aeroplane piloted by Frank V. Lysons, of Hafera, carrying Cyril Cory Wright, of Aunckland, as a passenger, was about to land at ...

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  50. EX-KING OF SPAIN.

    PARIS, May 31.—Republican admiration For Royalty was shown to-day at Fontainebleau, where the citizens made a public collection to enable them to present to ...

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  51. WARRANT FROM QUEENSLAND

    KALGOORLIE, June 1.—George Karamonis (28), a Greek, was arrested at Boulder this afternoon, by Detective Parker, on a warrant from Queensland, Karamonis ...

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