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  2. WAR DEBTS.

    Britain has informed the United States that it has been found necessary defer payment of any portion of the war debt instalment of 261,791,011 dollars due on June 15. The decision, according to a Note received by the State Department at ...

    Article : 132 words
  3. CONCESSIONS.

    Anticipating a probable accumulated surplus of £6,000,000, the Federal Cabinet is seeking an equitable ratio for disbursing portion of it in relief of ...

    Article : 1,392 words
  4. MR. HUGHES, M.P.

    After rigid precautions had been taken to exclude representatives of the Press, Mr. W. M. Hughes made confession of his economic faith last night before a packed gathering of ...

    Article : 428 words
  5. FIRST TEST.

    R. E. S. Wyatt has been invited to captain England in the test match against Australia beginning at Trent Bridge, Nottingham, on Friday. The remainder of the team will be chosen from 13 other players, who include three fast bowlers. ...

    Article : 100 words
  6. DISARMAMENT.

    After a violent controversy behind closed doors for four hours to-day, in which no progress was made, the Bureau of the Disarmament Conference adjourned until to-morrow. ...

    Article : 744 words
  7. BOOKS MISSING.

    No trace can be found of books of the Australian National Research Council which were in the possession of the late Professor Henry George Chapman. ...

    Article : 587 words
  8. ENGLAND'S TEAM.

    It was announced yesterday that R. E. S. Wyatt (Warwickshire) had been invited to captain England in the first test match, commencing at Nottingham on Friday. ...

    Article : 626 words
  9. 15 YEARS' SACRIFICES.

    The Note, which comprised 2800 words, was deliverd to Mr. William Phillips, Under-Secretary of State, by Mr. Philip Mainwaring Broadmead, First Secretary of the British ...

    Article : 454 words
  10. PRIME MINISTER RETICENT.

    The Prime Minister (Mr. Lyons) declined this evening to make any comment on the British Note to the United States. Mr. Lyons added that he had had no official advice of ...

    Article : 105 words
  11. PRISONER'S ESCAPE.

    Police, assisted by residents, are searching near Lake Cargelligo for Archibald Johnson, 35, a prisoner, who escaped from the lock-up at the Lake Cargelligo police station on ...

    Article : 222 words
  12. MARKING OF MEAT

    After inspecting at the Smithfield market joints of lamb marked with aniline dye, the Agents-General for Queensland, South Australia, Victoria, and New South Wales decided ...

    Article : 362 words
  13. DROUGHT.

    Replying to Mr. Herbert Williams (Con.) in the House of Commons to-day, the Parliamentary Secretary for Overseas Trade (Mr. D. J. Colville) said he could not make any ...

    Article : 479 words
  14. DEFECT IN CAR

    The City Coroner (Mr. H. H. Farrington), after an inquiry yesterday, said that the Board of Fire Commissioners should get rid of a motor car which knocked down and ...

    Article : 412 words
  15. WINOOKA

    Winooka, who is in the United States, was yesterday entered for the principal spring handicaps in Sydney and Melbourne, and, unless his form improves he is to be brought back to ...

    Article : 222 words
  16. SPLITTING THE ATOM.

    In the presence of the King of Italy and a distinguished audience, the Royal Academy in Rome claimed, on behalf of Professor Enrico Fermi, that he had solved the problem of ...

    Article : 154 words
  17. "A STRONG SIDE."

    One cannot remember an occasion when it has been so difficult to forecast the ultimate composition of an English side. This is mainly due to the chapter of accidents which ...

    Article : 2,328 words
  18. NEW ENTERPRISE.

    Mr. W. H. Wright, of Samarai, Papua, who started the desiccated coconut enterprise in Papua and New Guinea, and who is at present visiting Sydney, has decided to plant tea ...

    Article : 140 words
  19. GERMANY.

    Mr. Pembroke Stephens, the recently-expelled Berlin correspondent of the "Daily Express," writing in the "Daily Express," says: "German is constructing forts in eastern ...

    Article : 429 words
  20. SOUTH AFRICA.

    Parliament was prorogued to-day, after a strenuous four months' session, during which 70 bills have been passed. They dealt with economic, social, and industrial life, and ...

    Article : 295 words
  21. THE LOAN.

    The loan of £12,000,000 placed on the market by the Commonwealth Government was opened for subscription yesterday. Brokers reported that applications sent in by their ...

    Article : 332 words
  22. MAN SHOT IN BACK

    Clifford Parkes, 22, of Benambra, was found dead to-day in a lonely camp about 10 miles from Benambra, near Omeo. He had been shot in the back. ...

    Article : 162 words
  23. DUCHESS OF YORK.

    The Duchess of York, thanking the Acting Agent-General for Queensland (Mr. L. H. Pike) for the wireless cabinet of Queensland walnut presented to her remarked on the ...

    Article : 105 words
  24. RACING MOTORIST.

    As a sequel to the accident on May 29, Mr. Kaye Don, the famous racing motorist, was committed for trial after an inquest at Douglas (Isle of Man), on a charge of manslaughter ...

    Article : 159 words
  25. GOLF IN BRITAIN.

    The Americans playing in the open golf championship, which will open at the Royal St. George's Club Sandwich (Kent), on June 25, include Densmore Shute (holder of the ...

    Article : 88 words
  26. STRANGE SEA ANIMAL

    On Monday morning, when about a mile south of the wreck of the Nambucca, a fisherman, Mr. R. Davis, found a sea animal 10 feet long, with a 5ft girth and a head ...

    Article : 117 words
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