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  2. NO DEREGISTRATION

    In the Arbitration Court yesterday Mr. Justice Powers delivered his judgment on the applications for deregistration of the Seamon's Union, made by the ...

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  3. TROPICAL STORM.

    ADELAIDE, Friday. —The worst storm in the history of Adelaide swept over the city about midday to-day, On Thursday tropical rains were experienced in many ...

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  4. GREEK PATRIARCHATE.

    The Turkish Prime Minister (Fethi Bey) made a statement in the Grand National Assembly at Angora yesterday arising out of the protests against the expulsion by ...

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  5. AIRCRAFT IN WAR.

    Mr. J. V. McClintic, a member of the House of Representatives, made an allegation in the House to-day that a deliberate attempt had been made by the ...

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  6. CHURCH DESECRATED.

    When Miss Arthurs, temporary organist at the Essendon Methodist Church, Buckley street, entered the church at about 11 o'cloek yesterday morning to practice at ...

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  7. WORLD COURT.

    The World Court proposal for the settlement of international disputes which was first put forward by the late President Harding, and supported by his successor, ...

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  8. KILLED AT LEVEL CROSSING.

    TERANG, Friday. — Mr. John T. Strachan, law student, of Hamilton, and Miss Eva Strachan, his sister, were motoring to Terang to-day, and at half-past 11 ...

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  9. POLICE MUTINY.

    The chief commissioner of police (Mr. A. N. Nicholson) replied yesterday to criticism of his actions contained in the report of the Police Commission. The report ...

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  10. Mohammedan Girl.

    Abdul Kader Bawla, a leading Mohammedan citizen of Bombay, died from wounds caused by revolvers when driving in a motor-car in the city in company with ...

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  11. PRICE OF MEAT.

    It was contended by butchery managers of the English and Scottish Co-operative Society before the Royal commission on food prices that economic necessity, and ...

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  12. REMARKABLE ACCIDENT.

    Skidding on a projection in the roadway, a large motor-lorry loaded with more than five tons of cement got out of control at the intersection of Commercial road and ...

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  13. Young Australia League.

    The visiting members of the Young Australia League inspected the headquarters of the Young Men's Christian Association in London, and were admitted to honorary ...

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  14. MINISTERS' VIEWS.

    Leading members of the State Ministry yesterday expressed the opinion that the findings of the Royal commission, which inquired into the police mutiny in 1923 ...

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  15. French Wheat Shortage.

    The "Temps" states that the Government has decided to ascertain the wheat stocks throughout the country, and to obtain power to requisition wheat belonging ...

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  16. AUSTRALIAN MEAT TRADE.

    Information of considerable importance to the cattle industry in Australia is contained in the following cable message, sent to the Australian Meat Council by Mr. ...

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  17. Mishap at Intersection.

    At the corner of Flinders and Swanston streets yesterday afternoon a heavy motorcar crashed into the rear of a smaller motor-car driven by Mrs. Gerald L. ...

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  18. DISTURBED WEATHER.

    Hot and unpleasant weather prevailed in the metropolitan area yesterday. From early morning the conditions were sultry and oppressive, the sun's rays being ...

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  19. Singapore Naval Base.

    The Japanese League of Nations' Association has agreed to a resolution expressing the opinion that the building by Great Britain of the Singapore naval base ...

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  20. Two-class Mail Steamers.

    The Orient S.N. Company's new policy of limiting the classes in [?]their steamers to first and third ia finely exemplified in the Oronsay, on board of which the company ...

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  21. Boy Drowned in Dam.

    When playing near the edge of a dam not far from Glen street, Essendon, early on Thursday evening, James Gottl[?]sen, aged 7 years, living with his parents in Richardson street. Essendon, ...

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  22. STOCK IN NEW ZEALAND.

    SYDNEY, Friday. —Mr. C. L. Lock, grazier, of Victoria, returned by the Niagara to-day from New Zealand. Mr. Lock said that in his opinion fat lambs ...

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  23. NEW SPIRIT IN NATIONALISM.

    A large and enthusiastic meeting of the Essendon branch of the National Federation was held at the New Essendon Cafe on Thursday. In the unavoidable absence ...

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  24. TARIFF REFORM.

    Members of the Tariff Board were disturbed by the meeting yesterday at which the Town and Country Union was formed with the object of bringing about tariff ...

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  25. QUEESLAND FLOODS.

    TOWNSVILLE, Friday. —The general manager of railwavs for the north (Mr. Crowther), visited Burdekin on Thursday. So far as is known, three steel girders ...

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  26. To Safeguard Shanghai.

    The arsenal at Shanghai which was being contested for by the rival Chinese armies in the vicinity of the city, has been occupied by the civilian authorities of ...

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  27. French Deserter.

    The "Petit Parisien" relates the history of a man named Trappe, who lived in Paris for 10 years as a woman. Trappe went to the battlefront as a corporal in ...

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  28. Coal Industry.

    Mr. Frank Hodges, M.P., general secretary of the Miners' Federation of Great Britain, in a speech made outspoken proposals to save the coal industry from ruin. ...

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  29. English Lakes District.

    The Manchester Corporation has decided to expend £10,000,000 immediately on a great water scheme, which includes the lengthening of Thirlmere Lake, in ...

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  30. PAPER BULLETS USED.

    BRISBANE, Friday. —When the steamer Aki Marn, which arrived to-day from the East, left China, civil war was in progress three miles from Shanghai Mr. C. Cross, ...

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  31. Bookkeeping Law.

    More than 12,000 Chinese retailers will be affected and possibly, forced to leave the Philippine Islands as the result of a Supreme Court decision upholding the ...

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  32. Egyptian Electors.

    It is estimated that about half of the elector-delegates returned at Tuesday's voting in Alexandria for the Egyptian Parliament are Zaghlulists. The other half is ...

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  33. SPENCER STREET BRIDGE.

    Following a recent announcement by the Minister for Public Works (Mr. Goudie) that it was intended by the Ministry to call for competitive designs for the ...

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  34. BRISBANE UNEMPLOYED.

    BRISBANE, Friday. —At a mass meeting of unemployed members of the Australian Workers' Union, at the Labour Bureau to-day, the following motion was ...

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  35. TOWN AUD COUNTRY UNION.

    Western Australia is following with interest the progress of the Town and Country Union, which was launched in Melbourne on Thursday. It is said by ...

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  36. GENERAL CABLES.

    Robert Delaney, a civil engineer, aged 21 years, on a charge of having broken and entered Lady Northcote's house at St. James's place, south-west London, and ...

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  37. Mr. Elder in New York.

    The Australian Commissioner (Mr. J. A. M. Elder), in an address to the State Chamber of Commerce, outlined Australia's financial and industrial conditions and ...

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  38. Death of Author.

    The death has occurred of Mr. Arnold White, author, at the age of 77 years. [Mr. White had devoted himself to social problems. In connection with colonication he ...

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  39. FORSTER CUP RACES.

    HOBART, Friday. —Important resolutions regarding the conditions under which future races for the Forster Cup are to be held were passed at a conference of ...

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  40. BANK ROBBERY.

    Following a long interview with Detective Ethell yesterday morning, William Pinniger, teller at the Caulfield agency of the Commercial Bank of Australia Ltd., ...

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  41. BREWERY MERGER.

    For some considerable time there has been an increasing demand for Melbourne brewed beer in country towns, and the large consumption of Melbourne beer ...

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  42. SOLDIER SETTLERS.

    Sir,—Without wishing to enter into a controversy with 'Satisfied." I would suggest that while professing to disprove my statements, he confirms them. I have ...

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  46. PRICE OF FLOUR REDUCED.

    Following a sharp fall in prices in the overseas wheat markets, the Victorian Millowners' Association decided yesterday to reduce the price of flour for home ...

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