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  2. FEDERAL PARLIAMENT.

    In the House of Representatives today Mr. Lane (U.A.P., N.S.W.) said that there was something wrong with the local supervision of invalid pensions in ...

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  3. THE RAIN.

    Showers averaging half an inch fell over a wide area in the Clarence district early this morning, and a thunderstorm this afternoon yielded ...

    Article : 284 words
  4. THE RESOLUTION.

    The resolution moved in the House of Representatives this morning by the Prime Minister (Mr. Lyons) read as follows: ...

    Article : 530 words
  5. ABDICATION ENDORSED

    In a tense atmosphere in the House of Representatives this morning, the Prime Minister (Mr. Lyons) read the King's message of abdication. Mr. Lyons moved a resolution giving effect to the abdication, ...

    Article : 252 words
  6. STATE ACTION.

    A special sitting of both Houses of the State Parliament was held late yesterday afternoon to pass emergency legislation brought about by ...

    Article : 870 words
  7. MR. BALDWIN'S SPEECH.

    In perhaps the most dramatic speech of his career the Prime Minister (Mr. Baldwin) told the House of Commons of his interviews with King Edward. ...

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  8. KING'S RIGHT

    It is clear, from the Prime Minister's statement in the House this morning that the hypothesis suggested in my article in Wednesday's "Herald" is ...

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  9. RADIO ACHIEVEMENT.

    Australians in the most remote parts of the continent heard the King's message of abdication when it was broadcast in the early hours to-day. The ...

    Article : 332 words
  10. COMMONWEALTH'S PART IN CRISIS.

    "In presenting this message of abdication," said Mr. Lyons, "I desire to set out briefly the history of this matter so far as it concerns the King ...

    Article : 2,590 words
  11. FEEDER BUSES.

    The president of the Feeder Bus Operators' Association (Mr. D. T. Wilson) said last night that the Government had preferred to pay money from the public purse rather than to ...

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  12. SPANISH WAR.

    The Washington correspondent of "The Times" states that, while the United States will give its moral support to France and Britain in their proposal for mediation in ...

    Article : 213 words
  13. NO BIRTHDAY HONOURS.

    No birthday honours will be bestowed by the new King on the occasion of his birthday, on Monday. It is expected, however, that the New Year's honours list will be larger ...

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  14. SHIPPING STRIKE

    "We believe that, if employers as a body displayed the same sportsmanship as you, the two sides could easily get together and settle the strike," said the Australian leader ...

    Article : 127 words
  15. NEED FOR LOYALTY.

    If ever a King and Queen required the loyalty and support of their subjects, they were those who would now assume the Royal title, said the Premier (Mr. Butler), at a ...

    Article : 97 words
  16. IN THE SENATE.

    Standing in silence, Senators listened to the leader of the Government (Sir George Pearce) as he read the message of King Edward announcing his ...

    Article : 286 words
  17. CALM SEA AHEAD.

    "The King abdicated, not because he wanted to marry Mrs. Simpson, or on account of Government pressure," said Mr. Bernard Shaw, "but simply and solely because he hates ...

    Article : 224 words
  18. TRADE WITH JAPAN.

    The "Jlji Shimpo" says that an agreement has virtually been reached with Australia, under which Japan will buy 800,000 bales of wool from Australia for two seasons, ...

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  19. THE POPE

    His Holiness the Pope attended mass in his private chapel to-day. He said that he was feeling much better, but had been ordered to remain in bed until ...

    Article : 38 words
  20. A.L.P. BALLOT.

    It was stated yesterday on behalf of the Commonwealth Council of the Amalgamated Engineering Union that the council did not supply a separate list of delegates to the ...

    Article : 115 words
  21. IN THE WEST INDIES.

    The news of the abdication was received here with mingled feelings of relief and regret—relief that the tension is over and the King has not defied his Government, and ...

    Article : 181 words
  22. PROCLAMATION OF NEW KING.

    Arrangements have been made for the proclamation of the new King at Parliament House, Canberra, to-morroyv morning. The proclamation, which will be tead in ...

    Article : 133 words
  23. C.E.M.S. CONFERENCE.

    Delegates to the triennial conference of the Church of England Men's Society were welcomed at the Chapter House yesterday afternoon. In addition to the local ...

    Article : 107 words
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