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  2. GRADUATION DAY.

    Somewhat regretfully undergraduates of the University of Western Australia met, probably for the last time, in the ballroom of Government House yesterday to ...

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  3. LOST AIR LINER.

    SYDNEY, April 10.—The Federal Air Accidents Investigation Committee to-day commenced an inquiry into the loss of the mail 'plane Southern Cloud between ...

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  4. SCOTT SUCCEEDS.

    DARWIN, April 10.—Arriving at Darwin from Bima (Sumbawa) at 5.50 p.m. to-day, Mr. C. W. A. Scott completed his flight from England in 9 days 12 hours 55 ...

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  5. FEDERAL ENIGMA.

    MELBOURNE, April 10.—Wavering at almost the last moment in their previously announced intention to absent themselves from Canberra until a week after ...

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  6. WHEAT PROBLEMS.

    LONDON, April 9.—Mr. F. L. MacDougall, the Australian representative at the recent Imperial Wheat Conference at Home, said on his return to London ...

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  7. PORTUGUESE FERMENT.

    LONDON, April 9.—Messages from reliable sources indicate that the Portuguese Government, is at present more concerned with affairs in Lisbon than with the ...

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  8. LIMIT OF HUMAN ENDURANCE.

    LONDON, April 10.—An aviation authority informed the Australian Press Association to-day that it was unlikely that anyone would reduce Mr. Scott's record ...

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  9. PREVIOUS FLIGHTS.

    The previous flights to Australia are summarised in the following table:— Flight. Date. Days. Sir Ross Smith, London-Dar ...

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  10. REVOLT IN AZORES REPORTED.

    LONDON, April 9.—The Lisbon correspondent of "The Times" states that there is much tension and many rumours of an attempted revolution. The garrisons at ...

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  11. THE MADEIRA SITUATION.

    LISBON, April 9.—The punitive expedition which the Government is sending to Madeira, where a military junta has seized control, plans to avoid fighting Four ...

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  12. CANADIAN SET-BACK.

    WINNIPEG, April 9.—"Cheaper wheat from Australia and the Argentine is filling European bins and Canadian hard wheat, which is ticketed about 10 cents per ...

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  13. "NO CHANGE IN OUR PLANS."

    SYDNEY, April 10.—When shown a report of Mr. Garden's statement, to-night, Mr. Beasley said: "There is absolutely no chance in our plans." Questioned to-night ...

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  14. MR. LYONS'S CAMPAIGN.

    ADELAIDE, April. 10.—Mr. J. A. Lyons, M.H.R., referring to-day to the formation of a united organisation for the rehabilitation of Australia, said he was ...

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  15. A NOTABLE CAREER.

    BRISBANE, April 10.—Mr. C. W. A. Scott was born in England 29 years ago. He came to Australia in 1927 and joined the Qantas service in Queensland as a ...

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  16. FINANCIAL STRINGENCY.

    SYDNEY, April 10.—It was learned in Federal political circles to-day that in view of the financial stringency the Commonwealth Bank had notified the various ...

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  17. INTERNATIONAL REGULATION.

    HAMILTON (Bermuda), April 9.—The fact that the Argentine favours a consortium comprising Canada, the United States, Australia and Argentina to ...

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  18. AVIATION.

    NEW YORK, April 9.—Miss Elinore Smith, an 18-year-old pilot, landed at Roosevelt Field after an altitude flight to-day with the altimeter reading 32,000 feet. ...

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  19. SIR HAL COLEBATCH'S ADDRESS.

    In view of the likelihood of an early Federal election, Sir Hal Coletbatch will delay his departure for Canberra to address a public meeting at the Perth Town ...

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  20. FLYING CARNIVAL.

    A flying carnival will take place at the Maylands aerodrome to-morrow afternoon, when a varied programme, will be presented. About the time the first event in due ...

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  21. NATIONALIST POLICY.

    MELBOURNE, April 10.—Principles of policy showing clearly the basis on which the Nationalist Party is prepared to cooperate with other political croups ...

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  22. AUSTRO-GERMAN UNION.

    NICE, April 9.—"As long as the League of Nations does not possess a military force capable of enforcing its decisions. France must be on guard and count much ...

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  23. ACCIDENTS.

    As a result of a collision between a motor cycle and a horse and cart on the corner of North Beach-road and Green-street about 3.30 a.m. yesterday, two ...

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  24. FATHER OVERJOYED.

    LONDON, April 10.—The news of Mr. C. W. A. Scott'g arrivel at Darwin reached his father, Mr. Kennedy Scott, at Colchester at breakfast time. He conveyed ...

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  25. SERIOUS CHARGE.

    MELBOURNE, April 10.—A girl, aged 16 years, reported to the police last night that she had been criminally assaulted in the Fitzroy Gardens. She stated that ...

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  26. THE FIDUCIARY ISSUE.

    In connection with the Federal Government's action in bringing forward the Fiduciary Notes Bill, Senator Lynch stated yesterday that he had received the ...

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  27. LONDON APPROVAL.

    LONDON, April 9.—The "Morning Post" gives prominence to the speeches of Mr. J. A. Lyons, M.H.R., describing them as worthy of the speaker ...

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  28. HIGH TRIBUTES.

    CANBERRA, April 10.—Upon receipt of the news that Mr. Scott had landed at Darwin, the Prime Minister (Mr. Scullin) despatched the following message to ...

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  29. MOTOR CYCLIST INJURED.

    Yesterday evening the St. John ambulance conveyed to the Perth Hospital Kirk Hearder (23), of Woodsome-street, Mount Lawley, who was suffering from a ...

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  30. FATAL SKIING COLLISION.

    LONDON, April 9.—The Geneva correspondent of "The Times" states that while skiing down the Lauberhorn, Mim Helen Stack (25) collided with her companion. ...

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  31. GORED BY A BULL.

    SYDNEY, April l0.—Harold A. Gartrell (38), a dairy farmer, of Theresa Park, near Camden, received terrible injuries to-day, when he was gored by a bull at his farm. ...

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  32. ELDERLY MAN DROWNED.

    BRISBANE, April 10.—Disappearing beneath the water, when a rescue boat was only 10 yards from him, J. H. McEwen (68) was drowned in Hamilton Reach ...

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  33. FARM TRAGEDY.

    AUCKLAND, April 10.—Arthur Rossiter, an elderly farmer, was found shot dead at his house at Kaipaki, Waikato, to-day. Reginald Thomas Norman ...

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  34. OIL FROM COAL.

    LONDON, April 9.—The recent announcement of the formation of an international company holding the patents and interests of several leading companies in ...

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  35. PRINCES' TOUR.

    RIO DE JANEIRO, April 9.—The Prince of Wales and Prince George flew over the city to-day in British naval planes, which took off from the aircraft-carrier Eagle ...

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  36. DEATH OF AN ARTIST.

    LONDON, April 9.—The Navy paid a unique tribute to-day to the late Mr. William Lionel Wylie, R.A., who so faithfully portrayed some of its moot glorious ...

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  37. British Congratulations.

    LONDON, April 10.—The Prime Minister of Britain (Mr. MacDonald) sent the following telegram from Lossiemouth to-day: —"I am delighted at Mr. Scott's arrival. ...

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  38. VIOLENT GALE.

    TOKIO, April 10.—When their boats capsized in a violent gale off Kurama Island on Wednesday, 125 fishermen were drowned. Many others are missing. ...

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  39. A Visit to Spain.

    LONDON, April 9.—On the Prince of Wales'e return journey , from his South American tour with Prince George, he will visit the Kine and Queen of Spain at ...

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  40. A CENTENARIAN'S SUICIDE.

    PARIS, April 10.—When the family and friends of Marie Maragiex, the. oldest inhabitant of Limoges, arrived to celebrate her hundredth birthday, they found that ...

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  41. BRIDGETOWN ROBBERY.

    BRIDGETOWN, April 10.—The premises of A. E. Bartlett and Co. were broken into last night, an entrance being effected by breaking a window on the side ...

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