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  2. NAVAL DISCUSSIONS.

    PARIS, April 27.—The British reply to the latest French proposals in the negotiations for a Franco-Italian naval agreement have reached the French Foreign Office. ...

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  3. MR. LYONS IN SYDNEY.

    SYDNEY, April 27.—The Leader of the United Federal Opposition Party (Mr. Lyons) was given an enthusiastic reception to-night by an audience of 3,500 ...

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  4. BANKS ATTACKED.

    ADELAIDE, April 27.—The Federal Treasurer (Mr. Theodore)—the third political leader within a few weeks to visit Adelaide to expound a plan for the ...

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  5. SOVIET SPIES.

    LONDON, April 27.—The Berlin correspondent of the "Daily Telegraph" states that the scandal of Russian industrial espionage in Germany, which was brought ...

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  6. MADEIRA REVOLT.

    LISBON, April 26.—The Auxiliary cruiser Nyassa has left for Madeira, taking the third contingent of troops and two seaplanes. It will join the rest of the ships ...

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  7. INDIAN UNREST.

    CALCUTTA, April 27.—A grave situation prevails in the North West Frontier Province and the Administration may have to ask the Central Government for powers ...

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  8. FIERCE STREET BATTLE.

    SYDNEY, April 27.—Unable to gain admittance to the Town Hall when the Leader-elect of the Federal Opposition, Mr. J. A. Lyons, M.H.R., was to speak ...

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  9. FINANCIAL DECISIONS.

    ADELAIDE, April 27.—Obscurity regarding the issue of a £12,000,000 Australian loan was cleared up by the Federal Treasurer (Mr. Theodore) this ...

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  10. NEW STATE MOVEMENT.

    CANBERRA, April 27.—The selected delegate for southern-central Monaroa to the proposed conference of representatives of country movements in New South Wales ...

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  11. WARNING IN THE PUNJAB.

    CALCUTTA, April 27.—Replying to an address by landowners, the Governor of Punjab (Sir Geoffrey De Montmorency) declared that the answer to the ...

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  12. NEED FOR GOLD SHIPMENT.

    CANBERRA, April 27.—An assertion that the Federal Ministry's measures for relief had been misrepresented, relentlessly opposed and thrown on to "the Senate ...

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  13. TROUBLE IN BENGAL.

    CALCUTTA, April 27.—A threat of a repetition of the revolutionary outbreak of last year has led to stringent measures being taken in Chittagong (Bengal), where, ...

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  14. FRENCH BLAME THE BRITISH.

    PARIS, April 26.—Although the text of Britain's reply to the French Note, submitting new proposals to overcome the deadlock in discussions for a Franco-Italian ...

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  15. AIR MAIL.

    KUPANG, April 27.—The Southern Cross, piloted by Air Commodore Kingsford Smith, which is carrying the first Australia to England air mail, arrived here ...

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  16. FEAR OF BOMBARDMENT.

    LONDON, April 27.—With the approach of the punitive force from Portugal it is interesting to learn from Lord Ullswater (who, as Mr. J. W. Lowther, was Speaker ...

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  17. REPUBLICAN SPAIN.

    MADRID, April 27.—The Papal Nuncio in Madrid visited the Minister for Justice (Senor Del Rio) during the week-end and assured him that the Church desired ...

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  18. THE FIRST DESPATCH.

    SYDNEY, April 27.—When Air Commodore Kingsford Smith left Darwin to-day with the first air mail from Australia to London, the Southern Cross carried ...

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  19. SECRET CABLES.

    MELBOURNE, April 27.—Resentment was expressed at a meeting of the Federal executive of the Australian Journalists' Association to-day at the action of the ...

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  20. NEW SOUTH WALES CASE.

    SYDNEY, April 27.—The State of New South Wales will defend the action which has been begun in the High Court by the Commonwealth and the other States ...

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  21. OPPOSITION PARTIES.

    SYDNEY, April 27.—At a luncheon given to-day by the Saner Democracy League in honour of the Leader of the United Opposition Party (Mr. Lyons) an ...

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  22. BRITISH EXPORTS.

    PARIS, April 26.—"Absolutely impossible" sums up the views of the French coal mining, oil, metallurgical, jute, cotton, woollen and chemical industries ...

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  23. 'PLANE FROM DARWIN.

    BRISBANE, April 27.—A fitting reception has been arranged at the Archerfield aerodrome, Brisbane, when the Qantas 'plane Apollo, in charge of Pilot R. Tapp, ...

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  24. ECONOMIC COMMITTEE.

    MELBOURNE, April 27.—The first lengthy meeting of the special economic committee of the Loan Council, appointed to evolve a plan by which the Budgets of ...

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  25. STATES' RIGHTS.

    HOBART, April 27.—The Premier of Tasmania (Mr. J. C. McPhee) recently communicated with the Premiers of other States of the Commonwealth suggesting ...

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  26. CITY OF CAIRO.

    DARWIN, April 27.—Messrs. Garner (engineer) and Mullard (pilot) of the Imperial Airways liner City of Cairo, who arrived here by the Southern Cross on ...

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  27. DISPUTED TELEPHONE BILL.

    SYDNEY, April 27.—Judgment was given for the defendant in the action brought by the Postmaster-General against Hampton Court, Ltd., of Darlinghurst, ...

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  28. DESTRUCTION OF EMBLEMS.

    MADRID, April 25.—The only petty side of the Republican's magnificent victory is the almost maniacal destruction of Royalist emblems. Shops have hastily ...

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  29. INFLATION OR DEFLATION.

    LONDON, April 27.—The financial correspondent of the "Daily Herald," commenting on the secrecy maintained regarding the discussions between Mr. Montagu ...

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  30. THE CHURCH AND MARRIAGE.

    NEW YORK, April 26.—A committee comprising many leading dignitaries of the Protestant Episcopal Church has prepared a report to be submitted to the general ...

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  31. Duplicate Meters Impracticable.

    MELBOURNE, April 27.—Duplicate meters installed in the homes of telephone subscribers to cheek the telephone exchange account were declared by the ...

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  32. COMPLETE UNITY IN SIGHT.

    SYDNEY, April 27.—The conferences of various political parties held in Sydney recently resulted to-day in an agreement for the amalgamation of anti-Labour ...

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  33. SIR EDWARD CLARKE DEAD.

    LONDON, April 26.—Sir Edward George Clarke, K.C., the famous criminal lawyer, who began his career as a shop-boy, died to-day at the age of 90. ...

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  34. DASH FOR LIBERTY.

    MELBOURNE, April 27.—Driving a motor car which, it is alleged, was stolen from Preston last week, two girls dressed in men's clothing and two youths were ...

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  35. GASCOYNE BRIDGE.

    CARNARVON, April 23.—Mr. J. J. Holmes, M.L.C., and Mr. E. H. Angelo, M.L.A., who arrived here by the Koolinda last Friday evening, were accorded ...

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  36. BRITISH BUDGET.

    LONDON, April 27.—The Budget was presented in the House of Commons this afternoon by the Chancellor of the Ex-chequer (Mr. Phillip Snowden). The ...

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  37. PLANS IN MOROCCO.

    PARIS, April 26.—The Spanish Foreign Minister (Senor Lerroux), interviewed in Paris, said that Spain had not the least intention of Abandoning Morocco. The ...

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  38. EARTHQUAKE RELIEF.

    WELLINGTON, April 27.—When the Hawke's Bay Earthquake Relief Bill was reported back from Committee to-day, the Premier (Mr. Forbes) announced to the ...

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  39. ROYAL AERO CLUB AWARD.

    KUPANG, April 27.—A few minutes after his arrival here from Darwin, in the Southern Cross, which is carrying the first air mail from Australia to England as far ...

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  40. GAOL FOR SOLICITOR.

    MELBOURNE, April 27.—Walter John Toohey, of the firm of Toohey and Wimpole, solicitors, of Queen-street, who had pleaded guilty to several charges under the ...

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  41. "The Times" Thanked.

    LONDON, April 26.—The Governor-General of New Zealand (Lord Bledisloe) has written thanking "The Times" for its donation to the fund for the relief of ...

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  42. MELBOURNE CRIMES.

    MELBOURNE, April 27.—Charles Eldridge (26), steward, was arrested to-day at North Melbourne and charged with having murdered Matthias Handley, an old ...

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  43. GANGSTER SHOT.

    NEW YORK, April 27.—Jack ("Legs") Diamond, the notorious gangster, was critically wounded by shotgun slugs in a road house at Acra (New York State). He ...

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  44. FARM HAND KILLED.

    DALWALLINU, April 27.—George Snelling (34), farm hand, employed by Mr. George Stewart, was found dead beneath a drill-cultivator combine at Wubin ...

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  45. LOCOMOTIVE FALLS 18 FEET.

    SYDNEY, April 27.—Owen Smith, a shunter, was killed instantly and three men were injured when a railway engine, which was to take over the Brisbane mail ...

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  46. BODY FOUND IN SCRUB.

    MELBOURNE, April 27.—The body of Embrey W. Crawford, aged about 30 years, a reporter on a Melbourne newspaper, who had been missing since January 20, ...

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  47. MR. LANG'S BREAKAWAY.

    CANBERRA, April 27.—The Minister for Home Affairs (Mr. Blakeley) visited Condobolin (N.S.W.) at the week-end and addressed Labour supporters on the ...

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  48. SERIOUS CHARGE FAILS.

    DARWIN, April 27.—A case in the Supreme Court to-day, in which Jelaney Solomon, aboriginal was charged with a serious offence against a girl aged 12, ended ...

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  49. CAMPSIE MURDER.

    SYDNEY, April 27.—The Stale Cabinet to-day decided to commute to imprisonment for life the death sentence passed on Leonard George Grewcock for ...

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  50. A MOUNTED ARMY.

    ROME, April 26.—As the result of a test, in the course of which 300,000 mounted men were mustered at headquarters within an hour, every Fascist, soldier will ...

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