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  2. STATE TELEGRAMS THE FREMANTLE TRAGEDY

    The police are still searching for Thomas in connection with the Federal Hotel murders. ...

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  3. HANKOW CONFERENCES

    The Hankow conferences are still proceeding. Results are being with held, but it is clear that Britain[?] does not intend to take any chances ...

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  4. POLITICAL FEDERAL

    The Commonwealth Government has decided to appoint a Commission to inquire into the effect upon the States of the abolition of the per ...

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  5. EDISON'S 80th BIRTHDAY

    Thomas Edison celebrates his 80th birthday tomorrow. He still works 12 hours daily at his laboratory, and is at present conducting more than ...

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  6. ANOTHER POINT COOK FATALITY.

    Nose diving from the height of 100 feef, a S.E. 5 aeroplane crashed at the eastern aerodrome at Point Cook this afternoon, and Pilot ...

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  7. THOMAS'S BODY FOUND.

    With a bullet wound in the head, the body of Jack Thomas was found late on Saturday afternoon lying in the [?]shes on the South Perth ...

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  8. WAR BOATS LEAVE FOR CHINA

    The gunboats Aphis and Ladybird, and the destroyers Wanderer and Wolverine, left for China today. ...

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  9. NAVAL DISARMAMENT.

    In a message to Congress President Coolidge announced that notes had been sent to Britain. France, Italy and Japan in which it is ...

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  10. NORTHERN FORCES MOVING SOUTH

    A message from Hankow states that General Feng Tien's forces are moving southward along four noutes.| ...

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  11. FEDERAL LOANS.

    The loan requirements of the Commonwealth and the States were reviewed at a meeting of the Federal Loan Council, which was opened ...

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  12. ALLEGED MURDER OF NATIVES

    The Royal Commissioner appointed to inquire into the alleged murder of natives in the North-West by a police party left by the Koolinda ...

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  13. AMERICAN MARINES ARRIVE AT SHANGHAI

    Two hundred and fifty American marines arrived today from Manila aboard the transport Pecos. ...

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  14. BRITAIN'S NAVAL NEOESSITIES.

    In connection with the note from the United States regarding the limitation of naval armaments, it is understood that the Admiralty ...

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  15. PLANE DEMONSTRATION AT MAYLANDS

    That aviation is still capable of stirring public imagination was proved on Saturday and yesterday when thousands of people gathered ...

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  16. QUEENSLAND

    A wireless message has been received by the Postal Department at Brisbane from the postmaster at Cairns, stating that a terrific cyclone ...

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  17. FAVORABLE RECEPTION OF CHAMBERLAIN'S SPEECH.

    The Peking correspondent of the London "Daily Telegraph" states that the speech by Sir Austen Chamberlain was received favorably, but the ...

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  18. GOOLIDGE'S PROPOSALS FOR LIMITATION OF ARMAMENTS.

    President Coolidge's proposals were the most prominent feature in the entire Press this morning. Official comment is reserved, but there is ...

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  19. ARMS AND MUNITIONS IN CHINA

    The Shanghai correspondent of the London "Daily Express" states that there are now 2,000,000 men under arms in China. Great quantities of ...

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  20. DISASTROUS FLOODS AND CYCLONE

    Cairns reports that the caretaker on Green Island with his son and three others are missing. It is feared they are lost. A press ...

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  21. FRANCE NOT FAVORABLE TO PROPOSALS

    Cabinet has rejected President Coolidge's naval disarmament proposals, and adheres to the original disarmament agreements of the ...

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  22. THE PER CAPITA PAYMENTS.

    "We intend to go ahead this session and carry out the principle involved in our financial proposals," said Mr. Bruce this evening when ...

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  23. GRACE COMMITTED FOR MAN[?] SLAUGHTER.

    The inquest concerning the death of Micheal Ashton, 67, who was knocked down by a motor car in Beaufort Street late on the night ...

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  24. JAPAN NOT AGREEABLE

    The Premier considers the present strength of Japan necessary by land and sea, and will not agree to President. Coolidge's further limitation ...

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  25. TROOPS LAND AT SHANGHAI.

    The first landing of white troops at Shanhai since the Boxer troubles was made this morning. There was a great though quiet public ...

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  26. NEWS OF MAJOR GOODSELL

    Major Goodsell is safe here, and is appearing at a local theatre. He declares he has no idea how the report of his kidnapping in Mexico ...

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  27. RAIN STILL FALLING.

    Rain has been falling continually in Cairns and district since last Thursday, while even in the 48 hours which ended at 9 o'clock on ...

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  28. ACCIDENT TO CAVES SERVICE PLANE

    When Major Brealy was landing at. Yallingup Caves one of the tyres punctured, causing the machine to drag and tilt to one side. ...

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  29. WESTERN AUSTRALIA

    Summing up his policy speech in the Town Hall here tonight, Sir James Mitchell said the following were some of the things that would ...

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  30. NEGOTIATIONS AGAIN BROKEN OFF.

    The agreement between Mr. O'Malley and Chen remains unsigned after what is believed to be the final conference. The National ...

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  31. DISASTROUS EARTHQUAKE

    Hundreds of persons are dead as the result of an earthquake which had its centre at Stolatz in the province of Hertzegovina, Jugo ...

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  32. INTER-STATE TELEGRAMS NEW SOUTH WALES

    At the Goulburn quarter sessions yesterday, Mr. E. F. Thomas appealed to Judge Coyle to apply the provisions of the First Offenders' Act ...

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  33. FRESH DEVELOPMENTS

    Mr. O'Malley stated this morning that Chen yesterday made a series of statements partly referring to the speech by Sir Austen Chamberlain, ...

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  34. THE BALKAN EARTHQUAKES

    176 shocks have been recorded in the Balkans since Monday. Latest reports indicate that 600 persons were killed. In many districts the ...

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  35. EXTENSIVE LOSSES TO SUGAR PLANTATIONS

    At Tully practically the whole district is under flood. The police from Innisfail in boats have rescued several families from the flood areas. ...

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  36. AVIATION

    Major de Haviland, who is now in Perth, flew the new moth aeroplane last Friday. The erection and inspection of the new plane, which ...

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  37. BRITISH FORCES STRENGTHENED

    British defences were roinforced by two battalions of Punjabis from India, who orept into the harbor overnight unannounced, Those make ...

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  38. "A GLORIOUS ADVENTURE"

    An epidemic of suicides among students of universities and high schools during the past eight weeks has shocked the nation. The series ...

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  39. MRS. JOHANSSEN CLAIMS DAMAGES.

    Mrs. Johanssen commenced an action against Mr. Bruce today, claiming £5000 damages for the wrongful imprisonment of her husband. ...

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  40. FOREIGN CABLES CHINA

    In the course of a lengthy speech in the House of Commons during a debate on the Chinese situation, Mr. Lloyd George stated that he ...

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  41. GENERAL PORTUGUESE GOVERNMENT TRIUMPHANT

    The first uncensored message received from Lisbon since Monday announces that the rebels there surrendered unconditionally ...

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  42. SOUTH AUSTRALIA

    There was a development today in the police investigations into the murder of Hindmarsh. In a suburban house, where two men who are ...

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  43. FLIGHT BY DI PINEDO.

    Di Pinedo, the Jtalian aviator, arrived here today from Rabat, having thus completed 2000 miles in two stages. Di Pinedo is attempting ...

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  44. Matonity Home Fund.

    Amounts received:-Mvs. D. J. HearqicUi; balance of receipts ovr oxpeuses ia connection witli dahgo given by shearers on the 18th ...

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  45. PINEDO'S FLIGHT CONTINUED.

    Di Pinedo resumed his flight from Rio de Oro by moonlight and reached Bulama, covering 1000 miles at an average hourly speed of 104 ...

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  46. THE PORTUGUESE REVOLT

    Lisbon today presented a tragic spectacle. Fires were blazing in many parts of the city, and there were gaping holes in numerous ...

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  47. VICTORIA

    Disastrous bush fires are now sweeping over many miles of country between Kingslake and Croydon, leaving a trail of desolation ...

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  48. A RIVAL FOR DI PINEDO

    A thrilling trans-Atlantic aerial race will probably take place as it has been announced that Major Borges, a Uruguayan airman has ...

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  49. BATTALIONS LEAVE FOR SHANGHAI

    Two battalions arrived Hong Kong on Tuesday, and departed for Shanghai today, despite Chen's protests that an agreement cannot be ...

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