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  2. U.S.A. PRESIDENT.

    President Coobdge took the oath to-day as 30th President of the United States. The pageant was brilliant but unpretentious. Standing on the steps of the ...

    Article : 617 words
  3. SINGAPORE BASE.

    In the House of Commons at question time the Secretary of State for the Colonies (Mr.L.S. Amery) said that Hong Kong had generously offered £250,000 ...

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  4. GENEVA PROTOCOL

    It is expected that the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs (Mr. Austen Chamberlain will make an important speech in the House of Commons to-day ...

    Article : 209 words
  5. THIEVES AT SOUTH YARRA.

    Two houses in Punt road, South Yarra, were broken into by thieves on Wednesday night. At one of the bouses an intruder was evidently slightly injured while forcing ...

    Article : 356 words
  6. "GENERAL X." CASE.

    During the hearing of a claim by Mrs. Dorothy Dennistoun against hed former husband, Lieut. Colonel Ian Onslow Dennistoun, for £1,089, representing loans and ...

    Article : 221 words
  7. CRICKET PRESTIGE.

    Mr. S. F. Barnes in the "Daily Chroniele," writes: —"Grimett's average is more remarkable because he is a slow bowler. It is one of the best ...

    Article : 554 words
  8. U.S.A. Warships at Batavia.

    The official estimate of the cost of the site of the new British naval base is 1,250,000 dollars (£250,000). The acquisition of the land is now completed. and ...

    Article : 382 words
  9. (Reuter.)

    The question if European security has undergone a new development as a result of the German proposal for a mutual Anglo-Franco-Belgo-German security pact, ...

    Article : 228 words
  10. ADMISSIONS BY WIFE.

    The court was crowded with fashionably dressed women, including members of high society. Mr. Justice McCardie at the outset raised the question whether ...

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  11. INTRUDERS DISTURBED.

    Leaving behind them two cash registers, scales, and other heavy articles which had been prepared for removal, thieves left the shop of Mr. John Kirkwood, machinery ...

    Article : 186 words
  12. "SAFETY FIRST."

    The support givin to the "Safety first" campaign inaugurated by the Royal Automobile Club a week ago has been most gratifying, and doubtless good will ...

    Article : 413 words
  13. MR. COLLIER IN LONDON.

    The Premier of Western Australia (Mr. Conier), who arrived here yesterday on a visit to Great Britain, looked very fit when interviewed by a representative of the ...

    Article : 407 words
  14. STATE POLITICS.

    In reply to the letter which he received from the five Independent Liberals (Messrs. Farthing, Snowball, Everard, Billson, and Angus)explaining their absence from the ...

    Article : 327 words
  15. DRUGGED IN CITY STREET.

    That he had been drugged while standing at the corner of Flinders lane and Elizabeth street and robbed of a wallet was the substance of a complaint made at the ...

    Article : 172 words
  16. PRESENTATIONS TO PLAYERS.

    SYDNEY. Thursday. — At a representative gathering of international cricketers and officials at the rooms of the New South Wales Cricket Association to-day ...

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  17. Photographs Telegraphed.

    Five pictures of the scene at President Coolidge's inauguration were released to the newspapers here in less than two hours after having been taken, by means of a ...

    Article : 162 words
  18. CONFLICT OF OPINION.

    Lord Wimborne said that there was a conflict of opinion as to whether the Singapore base was a vital and urgent necessity. When the late Ministry abandoned ...

    Article : 338 words
  19. MOTOR-CARS STOLEN.

    Between 8 and 11 o'clock on Wednesday night a six-cylinder Studebaker motor car, the property of Mrs. Waters, of Miller street, Prahran, was stolen from Victoria ...

    Article : 106 words
  20. TOOT YOUR HORN.

    Sir,—Allow me to suggest that the most important of all warnings to motorists has been left out. That is "toot your horn." On a recent trip to Mallacoota the ...

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  21. MIGRATION AGREEMENT.

    The Prime Minister (Mr. Bruce) had his attention directed yesterday to a spe[?] delivered at Perth by the Acting Premier of Western Australia on the proposed ...

    Article : 226 words
  22. FARMERS' CONFERENCE.

    With the approach of the annual conference of the Victorian Farmers' Union, which will commence in the Temperance Hall, Russell street, on Tuesday, interest ...

    Article : 445 words
  23. FOUR BALES OF WOOL.

    Offering for sale four bales of wool, a young man called at a wool and skin buyer's premises in River street, Richmond, yesterday afternoon. Suspecting that the ...

    Article : 209 words
  24. Commonwealth Ships.

    The shipping newspaper the "Syron" says:—"The difficulties in which the Commonwealth Government line finds itself are the necessary corollary of State ...

    Article : 132 words
  25. RISKS IN PASSING.

    Sir,—A very large number of motor accidents are caused by the driver of a car which is overtaking another vehicle (whether a motor-car, a tramcar, or a ...

    Article : 152 words
  26. LATE GERMAN PRESIDENT.

    When the funeral procession of the President (Herr Ebert) was wending its way through thronged streets decorated with black drapinga and the Republican clours, ...

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  27. MEETING OF ADMIRALS.

    Vice-Admirall Sir Allan Everett, Commander-in-chief of the China Station, in an interview, said that there were three stations in this part of the world. "It is ...

    Article : 403 words
  28. American Steamer.

    Additional detaili have been received regarding the detention of the American steamer Chickuen, which was seized after the accidental sinking of a sampan and the ...

    Article : 227 words
  29. FOREIGN MIGRANTS.

    After 18 days at the quarantine station, inside the Heads, the steamer Regina d'Italia reached Melbourne yesterday with passengers and migrants from Genoa. At ...

    Article : 405 words
  30. MOTORDROME CRASH.

    A further slight improvemenet was reportted yesterday in the condition of Stanley Powell Hodges, who, since Saturday night, has been an inmate of the ...

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  31. GENERAL CABLES.

    The result of the City of Hobart loan in London has not been announced officially, but it is understood by the Australian Press Association that the loan was fully ...

    Article : 262 words
  32. TIN INGOTS RECOVERED.

    Finger-prints found on a bottle on the premises of C.T. Lempriere and Company, metal workers, Walker street, South Melbourne, led to the arrest of two men ...

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  33. Strange Disappearance.

    The Hon. Gwyneth Morgan, aged 30 years, the daughter of Lord Tredegar, vanished from the house of friends near Wimbledon. London. during the thick fog ...

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  34. C. DISNEY'S ACCIDENT.

    C. Disney, the motor-cycle racer, who is a son of Mr.Disney, M.L.C., of Albert Park, was transferred to a private hospital in Melbourne yesterday from the Geelong ...

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  35. MOBILE TRANSPORT PARTY.

    Persons known to be interested in the formation of the Mobile Transport Party, the first meeting of which will be held at Scott's Hotel, Collins street, this afternoon, ...

    Article : 89 words
  36. Voyage of Adventure.

    A coastguardsman named Hitchens and three other Cornishmen and a wireless operator will leave the Thames during the first week in May to circumnavigate the ...

    Article : 125 words
  37. TASMANLAN DISABILITIES.

    HOBART, Thursday.— The Premier (Mr. Lyons) said to-day that when be attended the Premiers' Conference in Melbourne he definitely requested the ...

    Article : 111 words
  38. Japanese Franchise.

    Interest in the parliamentary proceedings has now passed to the House of Peers, where the Franchise. Bill and the Budget will presently be discussed. The ...

    Article : 169 words
  39. ANOTHER COLD NIGHT.

    There was another cold snap early yesterday morning, which indicated the approach of autumn, with its sunny days and cool nights. The temperature dropped ...

    Article : 124 words
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  41. Five Charges Preferred.

    Two Charges of housebreaking, a charge of having been in possession of an unregistered pistol, and with having carried it without a license, and a charge of having ...

    Article : 496 words
  42. CHEQUE FRAUDS.

    PERTH, Thursday, — Harold Brockman, aged 20 years, was before the City Court to-day on 16 charged of having passed valueless cheqes. ...

    Article : 80 words
  43. CLERGYMAN'S SERIOUS OFFENCE.

    WELLINGTON (N.Z.), Thursday.—In the Supreme Court at Dunedin to-day Donald Leachroft Freer, a clergyman, was found guilty of indecent assault and sentenced to imprisonment for ...

    Article : 82 words
  44. Bank Discount Rate.

    The Bank of England discount rate is 5 per cent., as compared with 4 per cent, on February 25. ...

    Article : 27 words
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