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  2. THE INFLATION PLAN.

    CANBERRA, March 1.—"A" very grave disservice is being done to the nation both at home and abroad by those people who, mainly for political reasons, declare that ...

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  3. FIJI HURRICANE.

    LONDON, Feb. 27.—The Governor of Fiji, in a telegram to the Secretary of State for the Colonies concerning the hurricane which struck Viti Levu at the ...

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  4. SECESSION THREATS.

    SYDNEY, March 1.—Extraordinary demonstrations against the Federal and State Governments took place yesterday at Wagga and Armidale. At the Wagga ...

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  5. NAVAL LIMITATION

    LONDON, Feb. 28.—Discussions between representatives of the British Government and the Italian Government were continued in Rome yesterday and to-day ...

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  6. GOODS FROM RUSSIA

    OTTAWA, Feb. 27.—The importation into Canada from Soviet Russia of coal, wood pulp, pulp wood, lumber, timber of all kinds, asbestos and furs was prohibited ...

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  7. BRITISH POLITICS.

    LONDON, Feb. 28.—Sir Oswald Mosley, M.P., who resigned from the British Cabinet following his criticism of its unemployment relief policy, has announced ...

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  8. FEDERAL CAUCUS.

    CANBERRA, March 1.—Momentous decisions will have to be reached at the presessional meetings of the Federal Labour Caucus to-morrow and on Tuesday. A ...

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  9. AUSTRALIAN SYMPATHY.

    CANBERRA, Feb. 28.—The Prime Minister (Mr. Scullin) has sent the following cable message to the Governor of Fiji: "The Commonwealth Government ...

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  10. FIDUCIARY NOTE ISSUE.

    Supplementary to the interview he gave at Kalgoorlie on Friday, the Federal and State president of the Australian Labour Party (Mr. J. J. Kenneally, M.L.A.), ...

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  11. TRADE DISPUTES BILL.

    LONDON, March 1.—The General Council of the Trade Union Congress has written to the Prime Minister (Mr. MacDonold) stating that the alteration of the ...

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  12. CAPONE SENTENCED.

    CHICAGO, Feb. 27.—Al. Capone, the notorious Chicago gang-leader, who first came into prominence as a lieutenant of "Bier Bill" Thompson (Mayor of Chicago), ...

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  13. AIR FORCE MISHAPS.

    MELBOURNE, March 1.—While en gaged in a training flight at Laverton on Friday last, Flying Officer H. E. Sharp, of Point Cook, was injured. A Moth ...

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  14. MUTUAL SACRIFICES.

    LONDON, Feb. 28.—Information from Paris and Rome indicates that the necessity for economy in view of the prevailing depression was a factor in inducing, both ...

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  15. HIS FATHER'S WRATH.

    BERLIN, Feb. 28.—"I'II box Al Capone's ears for all his machine guns, if I get hold of him," declared a venerable old man living in Hungary. He claims that he ...

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  16. CHALLENGE TO MR. BALDWIN.

    LONDON, Feb. 28.—A curious situation has arisen over the by-elections at St. George's, Westminster, caused by the death of Sir Laming. Worthington-Evans. St. ...

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  17. THE SEYMOUR TRAGEDY.

    MELBOURNE, March 1.—It is expected that the Air Accidents Inquiry Board will submit a report to the Minister for Defence (Senator Daly) this week upon the ...

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  18. THE CONTINGENT FROM SYDNEY

    SYDNEY, March 1.—Federal members from New South Wales constituencies who left Sydney for Canberra to-night to attend the Caucus meeting to-morrow were ...

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  19. INDIAN DISCUSSIONS.

    CALCUTTA, March 1.—The Viceroy (Lord Irwin), and Mr. M. K. Gandhi, spokesman of the National Congress Party, discussed the Indian situation for three ...

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  20. HOTEL HOLD-UP.

    George Barsby (30), labourer, Frederick William Hill (38), electrician, and Robert Eldred Skipper (25), labourer, all of whom, it is alleged, were concerned in the robbery ...

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  21. FLOUR SHIPMENTS.

    CAPE TOWN, Feb. 27.—A question asked in the House of Assembly elicited to-day that 1,000, 3001b, of Australian flour in bond are liable to the extra duty on ...

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  22. BATTLE IN PARK.

    CALCUTTA, Feb. 27.—A scene savouring of life in Chicago occurred at Allahabad this morning, when a party of armed police and detectives engaged for nearly ...

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  23. INDIAN FINANCE.

    CALCUTTA, Mar. 1.—To meet the estimated Indian deficit of about £10,882,000 in the coming year, Sir George Schuster. Finance Member, who ...

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  24. HUMAN FREAKS.

    CANBERRA, March 1.—The Minister for Home Affairs (Mr. Blakeley) stated yesterday that he had just received an application for permission to introduce into ...

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  25. PRIME MINISTER CRITICISED.

    HOBART, March 1.—The futility of the premiers' Conferences because of the vacillating policy of the Federal Government was stressed by the Premier of Tasmania ...

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  26. THE EXTENT OF THE PRINTING.

    CANBERRA, March 1.—The number of additional notes that will be issued if the proposals of the Federal. Treasurer (Mr.Theodore) for a special fiduciary issue, are ...

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  27. UNITED STATES GRAIN

    NEW YORK, Feb. 28.—With the wheat market responding by lowered prices yesterday and a protest from European houses that the step savours of Russian dumping, ...

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  28. MELBA'S POWERS.

    NEW YORK, Feb. 27.—In a leading article the "New York Times" states:—"Melba was one of the great singers 'by the grace of God.' She had one of those ...

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  29. LABOUR PAID IN DRUGS

    CAIRO, Feb. 28.—The police discovered that for months 30 dock labourers had been paid in heroin, while the overseers pocketed the wages. The overseers were ...

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  30. SOLICITOR SHOT DEAD.

    MELBOURNE, March 1.—Early this morning, Mr. Campbell Douglas, solicitor, who lived in Mitchell-street, Brunswick, was found dead in the strongroom of his ...

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  31. MID-WEEK RACE MEETINGS.

    SYDNEY, March 1.—All mid-week racing in New South Wales is to be abolished by the Government, and race meetings, both horse and pony, will be confined to ...

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  32. MR. GABB'S VIEWS.

    ADELAIDE, March 1.—"Mr. Theodore hopes to carry inflation on the backs of the farmers," said Mr. Gabb, M.H.R., at the Angaston Show yesterday. "There ...

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  33. DEVOURED BY WOLVES.

    CONSTANTINOPLE, Feb. 28.—A large contingent of peasants was visiting another village in the Malatia district when it was overwhelmed by a severe snowstorm, ...

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  34. LOAN COUNCIL AND MR. LANG.

    SYDNEY, March 1.—The Federal Treasurer (Mr. Theodore) denied last night the statement of the Premier (Mr. Lang) that the Loan Council had repudiated its ...

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  35. COUNTY COUNCIL ELECTIONS.

    LONDON, Feb. 27.—In the first few days of March, County Council elections will be field all over the country. Campaigns are in progress. On Thursday next ...

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  36. THE EARTHQUAKE.

    LONDON, Feb. 28.—The New Zealand earthquake relief fund now amounts to £39,504. The latest subscriptions include £263 from the English, Scottish and ...

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  37. HUMAN REMAINS FOUND.

    SOUTHERN CROSS, Feb. 28.—When picking up after a burn-off on the farm of Mr. Richardson at Garratt, seven miles west of Southern Cross, on Thursday. ...

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  38. THE LAST MESSAGE SENT.

    LONDON, Feb. 27.—To-morrow, the great telegraph line known as the Indo Loop will be closed down. The line ran 6,000 miles from London through ...

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  39. LONDON COMMENT.

    LONDON, Feb 28.—There is a relative dull in the discussion of Australia's financial maze. Well-informed people confess that it is due to the bewilderment of ...

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  40. Effect on Associated Clubs.

    SYDNEY, March 1.—Racing men who were acquainted with Mr. Lang's decision to-night expressed the view that the curtailment of meetings would mean ...

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  41. CAMBRIDGE MYSTERY.

    LONDON, Feb. 28.—A former schoolfellow of Francis Ellis (19), the Cambridge University freshman whose tightly bound body was found in his bedroom at ...

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  42. SOUTH AFRICAN MAILS.

    MELBOURNE, March 1.—The Director of Postal Services (Mr. H. P. Brown) announced yesterday that, in consequence of the decision to curtail passenger ...

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  43. IRISH NATIONAL SWEEPSTAKE

    LONDON, Feb. 27.—The Irish National Sweepstake on the Grand National exceeds £500,000. The directors announce that even if the prize money reaches £1,000,000, ...

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  44. FOREIGNERS IN CHINA

    SHANGHAI, Feb. 28.—It is reported that an agreement has been reached for the abolition of extra-territorial rights in China this year. Details are lacking, but ...

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  45. THE "GOLDEN EAGLE."

    ALBANY, Feb. 28.—The "Golden Eagle" nugget has been on exhibition in Albany for two days and residents of the town and district have flocked in ...

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