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  2. CENSURE MOTION.

    Demanding that the Scullin Ministry should vacate office and appeal to the people, the Leader of the Opposition (Mr. Latham) launched a censure motion in the House of Representatives yesterday. ...

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  3. THE INDIAN SETTLEMENT.

    LONDON, March 5.—Discontinuance of the civil disobedience movement in India and the abandonment of activities employed in connection with it, are announced in ...

    Article : 684 words
  4. SOVIET PRISONS.

    HELSINGFORS, March 5.—A startling personal narrative of the circumstances leading to the escape of Russian prisoners is given by a peasant named Juvo Marko[?] ...

    Article : 355 words
  5. EAST SYDNEY ELECTION.

    SYDNEY, March 6.—To-morrow, voters at the East Sydney by election will have to vote on a question of national finance. Several weeks ago, the electors of Parkes, ...

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  6. BRITISH DEFENCE.

    LONDON, March 6.—The annual Estimates for the Navy, the Army and the Air Force have been published, with accompanying memoranda by the Ministers ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. CLASHES WITH POLICE.

    There were two clashes between the police and the unemployed in Perth yesterday. On was outside the Treasury Buildings at 2 o'clock in the afternoon and ...

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  8. MELBOURNE MURDERS.

    MELBOURNE, March 6.—The Chief Secretary (Mr. Tunnecliffe) said to-day that he had been in communication with the Chief Commissioner of Police ...

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  9. MR. LANG'S APPEAL.

    SYDNEY, March 6—The Premier (Mr. Lang), said, in a final message to the East Sydney electorate, to-night, that the result of the election would decide the ...

    Article : 195 words
  10. BRITISH RAILWAYS.

    LONDON, March 5.—A deduction of 2½ per cent, from all earnings, with a further deduction of 2½ per cent, from all earnings exceeding £2 a week, is ...

    Article : 90 words
  11. MR. BAVIN'S MESSAGE.

    SYDNEY, March 6.—In a final message to electors at East Sydney, the Leader of the State Opposition (Mr. Bavin) appealed to those who had always voted Labour ...

    Article : 89 words
  12. BREACH OF PROMISE.

    LONDON, March 5.—Miss Annie Conway Jowett, a professional singer, has been awarded £250 damages for breach of promise against Stanley Worthington, ...

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  13. CONGRESS DECLARATION.

    CALCUTTA, March 6.—Following the Delhi agreement, the Congress Working Committee issued a declaration to all Congress bodies throughout India calling off ...

    Article : 234 words
  14. "ROOF OF THE WORLD."

    LONDON, March 5.—A particularly interesting aerial survey will be made in East Turkestan during the next two years. It will be nothing less than a survey of ...

    Article : 277 words
  15. NATIONALIST "TICKET."

    SYDNEY, March 6.—The Nationalist ticket places the Labour candidate second and the Communist last. The secretary of the Nationalist Association (Mr. ...

    Article : 54 words
  16. A BANNED SPEAKER.

    SYDNEY, March 6.—Members of the State executive of the Australian Labour Party had some unpleasant moments tonight, when it was discovered that the ...

    Article : 81 words
  17. LABOUR CIRCULARS.

    SYDNEY, March 6.—The State secretary of the Australian Labour Party (Mr. S.Bird), in reply to the allegation that Alderman Ward, the Labour candidate ...

    Article : 92 words
  18. TRIBUTES TO THE VICEROY.

    LONDON, March 5—A cablegram signed by members of all Parties, has been sent to the Viceroy of India (Lord Irwin), from the House of Commons in ...

    Article : 117 words
  19. FRENCH BAN ON MUSICIAN.

    PARIS, March 5.—On the grounds of his anti-French sympathies, the French Government has forbidden the Pas de Loup Concert Association to allow the famous ...

    Article : 83 words
  20. WOMAN SHOOTS HUSBAND.

    PARIS, March 5.—Mme. Marie Paillet, a Pole, has been acquitted of a charge of having murdered her husband, despite her candid admission that slip shot him. She ...

    Article : 86 words
  21. FLIGHT TO AUSTRALIA.

    BASRA (Irak), March 6.—Mr. G.P. Fairbairn the Cambridge undergraduate who on February 19 left England to attempt a flight to Australia arrived at ...

    Article : 48 words
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