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  2. EAST SYDNEY ELECTION.

    SYDNEY, March 8.—Alderman E. J. Ward, the Labour candidate, won the by-election for the East Sydney seat in the House of Representative yesterday with ...

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  3. THE INDIAN SETTLEMENT.

    CALCUTTA, March 7:—Yesterday nearly all India joined, wholeheartedly in supporting the terms off the Delhi agreement. Members of the Youth League and ...

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  4. BRITISH POLITICS

    LONDON, March 6.—"There is little doubt," says the political correspondent of "The Times," "that the movement for some form of Liberal and Conservative ...

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  5. RUSSIAN BRUTALITIES.

    LONDON, March 6.—Turbulent scenes marked the Trade Defence Union's demonstration in protest against brutalities in Russian prison camps at the Albert Hall ...

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  6. LONDON BLAZE.

    LONDON, March 7.—The most spectacular fire for many years in London reduced to a skeleton within two hours portion of the seven-storeyed Butler's wharf ...

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  7. WAR PENSIONS.

    MELBOURNE, March 8.—Strong except to the remarks of the Commonwealth Auditor-General (Mr. Cerutty) in his report on the subject of war pensions, is ...

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  8. SETTLERS' TROUBLES.

    SYDNEY, March 8.—The possible secession of Riverina was again referred to at a meeting at Narrandera yesterday. Five thousands people attended and ...

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  9. Significance of Swing-over.

    SYDNEY, March 8.—"The result of the election, though not what we had hoped for, is a definite condemnation of the so-called Lang plan." said the Leader of the ...

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  10. TROUBLE IN CHINA.

    SHANGHAI, March 7.—A spring time civil war is looming. Troops of the Shansi Army mutinied at Chihesien and Tatung in the Shansi Province and at Liulin ...

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  11. THE MOSLEY GROUP.

    LONDON, March 7.—The "Sunday Express" reports that Mr. W. E. D. Allen, M.P., is resigning from the Conservative Party to join Sir Oswald Mosley's new ...

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  12. AVIATION.

    LONDON, March 8.—Two auxiliary aeroplanes of the Royal Air Force belonging to the City of Glasgow bombing squadron, while looping the loop to-day, ...

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  13. PRESS LORDS IN BY-ELECTION.

    LONDON, March 7.—Mr. Duff-Cooper, the official Conservation candidate, in opening his campaign for the by-election in St. George's Westminster, defended Mr. ...

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  14. RUMANIAN PORTS CLOSED.

    BUCHAREST, March 7.—The Rumanian Government, which has already forbidden the importation of Russian goods, has refused permission for the Danube ...

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  15. LORD IRWIN PRAISED.

    LONDON, March 7.—The Indian settlement is the subject of only brief comment in the political weekly journals, the full text of the agreement having reached ...

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  16. VICTORIAN SUPPORT.

    MELBOURNE, March 7.—"What has happened in the Riverina is going to happen all over Australia," said Mr. A. Dowsley at a meeting of wheatgrowers held at ...

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  17. DROUGHT BREAKS.

    CHICAGO, March 7.—The midwinter drought, which was nation-wide in extent, and did serious injury to crops and diminished that water supply of many ...

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  18. Air Liner Explodes.

    BERLIN, March 6.—The five passengers and four members of the crew of a Lufthansa 'plane had a narrow escape from death in a forced landing in Holland ...

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  19. CHANGES IN PERU.

    LIMA, March 7.—Senor Sachez Cerro, the President, returned to Government House on Thursday night after troops loyal to him had deposed the military ...

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  20. HOSPITAL TAX.

    The incidence of the hospital tax and its effect on the voluntary subscriptions to the Collie Hospital building fund discussed recently at Collie at a ...

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  21. Aerial Suicide in Japan.

    TOKIO, March 7.—The first aeroplane suicide in Japan occurred yesterday. A passenger who has concealed his identity, when travelling by the afternoon service ...

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  22. EFFECT ON PARTY FRICTION.

    SYDNEY, March 8.—The success of Alderman Ward in the East Sydney by-election is regarded in Labour circles as a personal triumph for Mr. Lang and a ...

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  23. MR. SNOWDEN ILL.

    LONDON, March 7.—The Chancellor of the Exchequer (Mr. Philip Snowden) has been confined to bed for some days with influenza. To-day, after consultation ...

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  24. Small Mishap to Fairbairn.

    BASRA (Irak), March 7.—Mr. G. P. Fairbairn, the Cambridge undergraduate, who arrived here yesterday, en route to Australian when taking off yesterday ...

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  25. BURNED CAR CASE.

    LONDON, March 7.—The Secretary of State for Home Affairs (Mr. J. R. Clynes) has refused to reprieve Arthur Rouse, who was sentenced to death for murder of an ...

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  26. FATAL CAR SMASH.

    MELBOURNE, March 8.—A young man, who was a member of a party travelling from Belgrave to Upway to attend a dance, was killed when a motor car crashed into ...

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  27. First Flight at 102 Years.

    HOBART, March 8.—The Rey. C. Loste, retired Anglican clergyman of St. Helen's, who had hid 102nd birthday last January, had his first experience of air travel ...

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  28. CITY CLASH.

    Twelve men who were arrested in the clash between unemployed and the police on Friday afternoon and night, were brought before Mr. H. D. Moseley P.M. ...

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  29. THE CIVIL ESTIMATES.

    LONDON, March 7.—The Civil Estimates, which were issued to-day, are for an aggregate expenditure of just over £387,600,000 or £317,800,000 excluding ...

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  30. CONSERVATIVE ATTITUDE.

    LONDON, March 6.—Repudiating the charge that he was committed to a policy of withdrawal and surrender in India, Mr. Stanley Baldwin, the Conservative ...

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  31. Airmen's Narrow Escape.

    SYDNEY, March 8.—Ernest J. Buck, known throughout Australia as a racing motor cyclist, and G. Lynch, a motor lorry driver of Station-street. Waratah ...

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  32. THE CANDIDATES.

    SYDNEY, March 8.—The successful candidate, Mr. Ward, said that what pleased him more than anything else was the fact that the firm stand taken by Mr. ...

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  33. FIJIAN STORMS.

    LONDON, March 7.—The Governor of Fiji in a telegram to the Secretary of State for the Colonies (Lord Passfield) says that the British message of sympathy for loss ...

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  34. MIL SCULLIN'S COMMENT.

    CANBERRA, March 8.—When asked his opinion of the result of the East Sydney by-election, the Prime Minister (Mr. Scullin) said to-day: "It cannot be regarded ...

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  35. A Further Arrest.

    Michael Brady (35), labourer, of Wellington-street, east, was arrested on Saturday night by Sergeant McIntyre on a charge of having addressed a public ...

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  36. MUNICIPAL RETURNS.

    LONDON, March 7.—The final results of the elections for the London County Council show the following party figures:—Municipal Reformers (Conservatives). ...

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  37. Cruising at 135 Miles an Hour.

    "Travelling at an average speed of 134 miles an hour, we covered the 750 miles between Forrest and Maylands in five hours and 35 minutes and the whole trip ...

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  38. GIRL'S THROAT CUT.

    SYDNEY, March 8.—Patricia Kelly, (16), of Victoria-street, King's Cross, was shockingly, injured by a man armed with a razor in her home to-night. A man has ...

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  39. Protest Against Police Action.

    Over 200 people attended a meeting at the Midland Junction Trades Hall yesterday afternoon to discuss the action of the police during the clash with the ...

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  40. U-BOAT HORROR RECALLED

    BERLIN, March 6.—The torpedoing of the British hospital ship Llandover Castle in 1918 and the subsequent sinking of the ship's boats by gunfire, resulting in only ...

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  41. ACCIDENTS.

    William Wells (72), of Beaufort-street, was admitted to the Perth Hospital on Saturday night suffering from a probable fracture of a thigh caused when he was ...

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  42. THEFT OF BANK NOTES

    ADELAIDE, March 8.—After changing a cheque for £16/10/ at the Commonwealth Bank yesterday morning, a resident of Parkside stopped as a sovereign ...

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  43. "A REMARKABLE RECORD."

    MELBOURNE, March 8.—"I had hoped that Mr. Courtenay would win, and I was naturally disappointed when I learned that the had not been successful," said ...

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  44. CHILD INJURED IN STREET.

    When a motor car being driven along Albany-road, Victoria Park, yesterday afternoon by Julius Robin, of Stirling-street, Fremantle, was approaching a group ...

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  45. MEXICAN AGRICULTURE.

    MEXICO CITY, March 6.—The quarantine against foreign wheat entering Mexico was put into effect ostensibly to keep out plant diseases. Certain circles, however, ...

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  46. UNITED STATES FARM BOARD.

    WASHINGTON, March 6.—President Hoover announced Mr. Alexander Legge's resignation from the chairmanship of the United States Farm Board to-day, and ...

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  47. PEDESTRIAN KILLED.

    SYDNEY, March 8.—Donald Ross Todd of 38 King's-road, Vaucluse, was killed and Elsie Quinn, whose home is at Bathurst, was seriously injured in Old South ...

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  48. TWO MEN DROWNED.

    SYDNEY, MARCH 7.—Leonard Riordan (26), of Russell Vale, Bellambi, was drowned at Bellambi this afternoon when he was carried to sea by a treacherous ...

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  49. POLICE SHOOT SUSPECT.

    SYDNEY, March 8.—A man was shot in the leg, two men were arrested and a large quantity of motor accessories were seized by the Parramatta police patrol on ...

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  50. ZOUBKOFF AGAIN.

    BRUSSELS, March 6.—Zoubkoff, the Russian who married Princess Victoria (sister of the ex-Kaiser), and is now employed in Luxembourg as a waiter and ...

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  51. VIEWS OF STATE LEADERS.

    SYDNEY, March 8.—"The result of the by-election will give new hope to Australia," said the Premier (Mr. Lang) to-night. "It was from the sound Australian ...

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  52. FRENCH AIR ESTIMATES.

    PARIS, March 7.—The Air Estimates, which were introduced into the Chamber of Deputies to-days, total £17,832,000, an increase of £1,600,000 on those of last ...

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  53. RIVER STEAMERS COLLIDE.

    BELGRADE, March 8.—Fifteen persons were drowned in a collision between two river steamers on the Danube during a storm. Water pushing into the engine ...

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  54. BRITISH RAILWAY WAGES

    LONDON, March 7.—It is estimated that the net saving to the British railways under the new wages award will be £4,00,000 for a full year compared with ...

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  55. QUEENSLAND COLLIERIES.

    BRISBANE, March 8.—A decrease in wages of 10 per cent, is provided in the new award issued by the Southern Coal Board, which will operate to-morrow in many ...

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  56. POLITICAL CHRISTIAN NAMES.

    BERLIN, March 7.—A proud father whose political views do not need further explanation, named his infant daughter Hitlerike. The registrar of births refused ...

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  57. STORES DESTROYED BY FIRE.

    ADELAIDE, March 8.—Charles Morgan's department stores, at the corner of Bowan and Brandis streets, Crystal Brook, were destroyed by fire early this morning. ...

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  58. Advertising

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  59. EMPRESS OF JAPAN.

    TOKIO, March 7.—The Empress of Japan has given birth to a daughter. This is the fourth child born to the Imperial couple and all of them have been ...

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  60. MILLIONAIRES DECREASE.

    LONDON, March 7.—There are 487 millionaires in Great Britain and Northern Ireland, compared with 600 in the year 1924-5 according to the inland revenue ...

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  61. Advertising

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