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  2. POLICE SENSATION.

    When Detective Walter Rufus Fowler was called at the Third City Court yesterday to answer charges of having demanded money by menaces, of conspiracy, and of ...

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  3. SPEEDING UP MIGRATION.

    A long debate on Empire development took place in the House of Commons to-day. The under-secretary of State for the ...

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  4. FRENCH FINANCE.

    The Minister for Finance (M. Clementes) resigned yesterday in consequence of the unfavourable reception of the Cabinet's finance proposals. Subsequently the Prime ...

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  5. LONDON MYSTERY HOUSE

    Inquiries made during last night reveal that. Granville Cooke, aged 50 years, who was found dead with Selwyn Foster, ageil 2,5 years, in & room rilled with gas at ...

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  6. PRIME MINISTER RETURNS.

    Accompanied by Mrs. Bruce and the 11 Minister for Markets and Migration (Se[?]tor Wilson), the Prime Minister (Mr. Bruce) arrived at Spencer street atation ...

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  7. FOUND DEAD IN SCRUB;

    In the scrub, at the side of the Belgrave road, between Upper Ferntree Gully and Upwey, the bodies of a young man and young woman were found at half-past 10 ...

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  8. "BLUCK" STEAMERS.

    SYDNKY. Friday.—Another step towards the settlement of the dispute concerning the Australian Commonwealth Line steamers Volumnia (chartered) and ...

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  9. SYSTEM UNSATISFACTOBY.

    A passenger by the steamer Borda, of the P. and O. via the Cape service, which reached Melbourne yesterday afternoon, was Mr. T. J. Ryan, formerly member for ...

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  10. TOORAK "HOLD UP."

    Handicapped by the fact that they do not know the name of the youth who alleges that he was stopped by two armed robbers at Toorak on Thursday night, the ...

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  11. INCITEMENT TO STRIKE.

    SVUNEY, Friday.—Jacob Johansen, i[?]of the Seamen's Union, appeared it the Central Summons Court today to inswer two charges, to which lie pleaded ...

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  12. HOUSE OF LORDS.

    Tbe Secretary of State for Tndia (Lord Birkenhead) in the House of Lords made au interesting pronouncement in favour of tho reform of the House of Lords. He ...

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  13. "RED" LEADER'S WEEK-END

    Five men have been committed for trial at Liverpool on a charge of having kidnapped the Communist leader, Mr. Harry Pollitt, general secretary of the National ...

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  14. BUYING ABROAD.

    A special meeting of the Victorian board of directors of the Australian Natives' Association was held yesterday, when a considerable amount of correspondence was ...

    Article : 308 words
  15. DIFFERENT VIEWPOINTS.

    Sir Victor Warrender (Conservative), when opening the debate, submitted a motion urging the Govcrniticnt to facilitate migration and the development of the ...

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  16. Disarmament Conference.

    The deepest, interest continues to be manifested regarding the eventual position of France towards President Coolidge's disarmament cenference. ...

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  17. Marama Sails for Sydney,

    AUCKLAND (NX), Friday.—It.was innoimced today that the dispute with Ihe crew of the steamer Marama had been Ktiled. but.minor troubles with the ...

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  18. WOMAN'S HANDBAG STOLEN.

    As Mrs. T. Stewart, of Xoonc street. Clifton Hill, was walking along Abbotsford street, Abbotsford, last night, she noticed that a man was following her. Evidently ...

    Article : 147 words
  19. Wireless Delay.

    The Postmaster—tlcneral in the Labour Cabinet (Mr. V. Hartshorn) has issued a statement refuting Sir Alfred 'Mond's statement' in the House of Commons with ...

    Article : 162 words
  20. GREATER MELBOURNE COUNCIL

    The subcommittee appointed by a recent euniercilce of representatives of rack lopolitan municipalities to inquire into the mellion of the formation of a Greater ...

    Article : 206 words
  21. Japan's Navy and Army.

    The Navy department announces that 22 warships, with a tonnage of 124,900 tons, are being constructed. The vessels include eight first-class and three second-class ...

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  22. UNEMPLOYED RELIEF.

    To ascertain to what extent the State Ministpy was prepared to assist in relieving distress among the unemployed, the chairman of the Charity Organisation ...

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  23. Weather Forecasts.

    It is announced that the National Geographic Society, in conjunction with the Smithsonian Institute, will semi an expedition half way round the world for the ...

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  24. Base at Port Darwin.

    A question regarding the establishment of a naval base at Port Darwin was asked in the House of Commons to-day by Captain Wedgwood Benn (Lib.). ...

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  25. KEEPING DOWN TAXATION.

    In appreciation of bis services on behalf of taxpayers a complimentary dinner was given to Mr. V. J. Boileau at Scott's Hotel last night. When the State Ministry an ...

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  26. PLAYGROUND ASSOCIATION.

    The Playground Association of Victoria met yesterday. Thc president (Sir James Barrett) presided. Sir James Barrett, in moving for the ...

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  27. MOTOR-CYCLIST INJURED.

    Pilfering fruin a deep lacerated wound in the thigh. Mr. Urie Cato, aged 30 years, lindo, of Fust Malvern.was admitted to the Alfud Hospital last evening. About ...

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  28. LEVEL CROSSING MISHAP.

    At Black's level crossing at Chelsea, a few minutes after 7 o'clock yesterday morning, a train collided with a motorvan. As the 6.15 p.m. "down" train ...

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  29. BRITISH COMMERCE.

    Speaking al a party meeting at Windsor, the Secretary of State for India (Lord Birkenhead) declared that there was some chance that Britain might lose the ...

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  30. GENERAL CABLES.

    Official summer-time will begin in Britain at 2 o'clock in the morning on Sunday, April 19.—Renter. It has been officially decided to open the ...

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  31. DEFENCE EXHIBITION.

    Ono nf the features of the exhibition at Adelaide is (he displiiy arranged by thc civil aviation branch of the Defence department, which-consists of a DH53 light ...

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  32. ALIENATION OPPOSED.

    Reprecsntatives of Clifton Ward (North Fitzroy) Progress Association will wait on the Minister for Lands (Mr. Downward) on Wednesday, to oppose tlie proposal of ...

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  33. OVERHEAD AVIRES.

    Ninety-two members of thc Victorian Artists' Society, the Melbourne National Gallery Past Students' Club, and present students of the gallery classes have ...

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  34. Theatrical Artist Hurt.

    To avoid a collision with a motor-cycle in Fitzroy street, St. Kilda, last night, Miss Kvrlyn Parrish, of Little Collins street, city, ulin was driving u motor-car, in which ...

    Article : 106 words
  35. Tours of Schoolboys.

    In the course of a debate in the House of Commons on the subject of Umpire development. Sir Victor Warrender (Conservative), referring to the visit of the ...

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  36. TRAMWAY ACCIDENTS.

    Reports prepared after the official inquiries hold into two recent tramway accidents were issuptl by the chairman of the Tramways Board (Mr. A. Cameron) ...

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  37. Wages in South Africa.

    In the House of Assembly a debate occurred on the second reading of the Wage Bill. The cardinal principle of the bill is the introduction of a minimum wage for ...

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  38. Injured by Irlotor-bus.

    Miss Alice Bryson, aged 20 years, of Gndell street, Fitzroy, was admitted to the Melbourue Hospital yesterday afternoon suffering from concussion, ...

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  39. ALIENATION OF PARKS.

    Sir.—The members of the National Council of Women of Victoria arc specially urged to attend the meeting called by the Town-planning Association at the Town ...

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  40. APPRENTICESHIP BILL.

    The Minister for Labour (Sir Alexander Peacock) said yesterday that an Apprenticeship Bill would he introduced into the Legislative Assembly during the ...

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  41. MEAT FOR BRITISH ARMY.

    The High Commissioner for Australia (Sir Joseph Cook) cabled yesterday that he had been informed by the director of may contracts that a substantial contract ...

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  42. STATUTE CONSOLIDATION.

    ThE Attorney-General (Mr. Eggleston), in a statement, yesterday, said that he had under consideration the consolidation of thc Victorian Statutes. The last ...

    Article : 159 words
  43. LARGE SHIPMENT OF GOLD.

    By the steamer Borda, of the P. and O. via the Cape service, a large shipment of gold reached Melbourne yesterday, when the Bank of Australasia took ...

    Article : 93 words
  44. EYE AND EAR HOSPITAL.

    The Lord Mayor (Councillor Brunton) has initiated an appeal on behalf of the Eye and liar Hospital. The record of fine work done by the institution during many ...

    Article : 144 words
  45. LORD MAYOR'S FOND.

    When cheques have been p[?]pled by the Lord Mayor's Metropolitan Hospital Fund next week to various institutions the amount that will have been distributed by ...

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  46. LAW NOTICES. (For Monday).

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  50. HIGHETT RAILWAY DISASTER.

    The fund instituted by the mayor of Sandringham (Councillor F. N. Gibba) for the orphans of the victims of the recent railway fatality at Highett now amounts ...

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