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  2. DAVIS CUP.

    The defeat of Crawford and McGrath by Kirby and Farquhurson, 6-4, 6-4, 6-1 in the Davis Cup doubles against South Africa was not altogether unexpected, but the ...

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  3. FEDERAL CONSTITUTION.

    The Commonwealth Government proposes to convene early next year a conference of Premiers to deal exclusively with constitutional questions. This announcement ...

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  4. AUSTRIAN NAZIS.

    While the Austrian Chancellor (Dr. Dolfuss) is in London attending the Economic Conference, an elaborate "round-up" of Nazis is in progress in Austria, ...

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  5. BODY-LINE BOWLING.

    The reply of the Marylebone Cricket Club on the question of bowling tactics is contained in a 700-word cable message to the Australian Board of Control. It says that ...

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  6. PARKING PROBLEM.

    So much interest was taken by the public in tests of various methods of car parking which were conducted in St. Kilda road, near Alexandra avenue, yesterday morning ...

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  7. WAR DEBTS.

    The "Daily Telegraph" states that the Cabinet last night considered a despatch from the British Ambassador to the United States (Sir Ronald Lindsay) indicating ...

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  8. WORLD CONGRESS

    When the King opened the World Monetary and Economic Conference in the Geological Museum, South Kensington, this afternoon, he addressed representatives of ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. ANTARCTIC FLIGHT.

    At a luncheon to-day the National Geographical Society presented Mr. Lincoln Ellsworth with a flag, to be taken on his flight across the Antarctic Continent, Mr.0 ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  10. SERVICE SALARY REDUCTIONS

    The delegates representing Commonwealth and State public service organisations resumed their conference in Melbourne yesterday, when a letter was ...

    Article : 441 words
  11. MRS. BONNEY.

    Mrs. H. Bonney, the Australian airwoman, left Budapest to-day on the last stage of her flight from Australia to ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  12. SMUGGLING SILVER.

    WELLINGTON (N.Z.), Tuesday. —Silver coin valued at £727, which was seized in the steamer Wanganella, at Wellington, was forfeiled to the Crown, by order of the ...

    Article : 241 words
  13. MARELLA DAMAGED.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.— It was learnt to-day, that the Burns, Philp liner Marella, which reached Darwin on Monday and is due at Sydney on June 23, grounded on an ...

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  14. Treatment of Aborigines.

    The acting Agent-General for Queensland (Mr. L. H. Pike) has communicated to the Anti-slavery Society and the British Commonwealth League the Queensland ...

    Article : 53 words
  15. Election Riots.

    Eight persons were killed and 100 wounded in a violent provincial election-day riot at Zitacuaro, in the State of Michoacan. Federal forces re-established order. ...

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  16. New Spanish Cabinet.

    Senor Azana, who submitted the resignation of his Cabinet last week to President Zamora when the President interfered in the selection of a new Finance Minister, ...

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  17. REDUCTION OF TRAIN FARES.

    Replying yesterday to a deputation which asked for a reduction of fores on the Williamstown line, the chairman of the Railways Commissioners (Mr. Clapp) said that ...

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  18. Electricity Loan.

    Underwriters of the Central Electricity Board loan for £8,000,000, at 3½ per cent., issued at £93/10/, have taken up 58 per cent, of the issue. Dealings in the loan have ...

    Article : 48 words
  19. Price of Gold.

    The price of gold to-day is £6/2/2 an ounce. ...

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  20. Tourist Trophy Race.

    Stanley Woods, riding a Norton, won the Junior Tourist Trophy race at an average speed of 78.08 miles an hour. Hunt (Norton) was second, 77.96 miles an hour, and ...

    Article : 98 words
  21. Pacific Science Congress.

    How importations of alien plants affected Australia was told to delegates to the Pacific Science Congress on Monday by Mr. Edwin Cheel, of Sydney, who stated that ...

    Article : 145 words
  22. NUGGET OF 15oz.

    ADELAIDE, Tuesday.— While planting pine trees at the married men's unemployed relief camp, at Mount Crawford, yesterday, Mr. W. Kollosehe found ...

    Article : 92 words
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  24. FINE WEATHER EXPECTED.

    Isolated showers in parts of the State, but improved conditions generally and fine weather in Melbourne is the forecast for to-day. Some frosts and fogs are ...

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