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  2. CHORUS OF APPROVAL Of the Federal Budget.

    Leaders in all departments of political, industrial, and financial life yesterday enthusiastically approved the Federal Budget, declaring that it would mean industrial expansion, diminished unemployment, and the restoration of public confidence, with all its attendant benefits. ...

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  3. SERIOUS CRIME.

    Detectives have been concerned by the recent increase in serious crime, and they blame the lenience shown to criminals by magistrates, juries, and gaol officials for it. ...

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  4. RIVER TRAGEDY.

    A man, a woman, and two children were drowned in the Murray River, near Red Cliffs, last evening, when the rowing boat in which they were returning home became swamped in ...

    Article : 447 words
  5. WOOL. THE NEW CLIPS

    At the International Wool Conference at Budapest, the president, M. Maurice Dubrulle, declared that, if Australia's new clips maintained the September ...

    Article : 618 words
  6. "KANGAROOS."

    The first Rugby League test match between Australia and England will be played at the Bellevue ground, Manchester, on Saturday, and an enormous crowd is expected. ...

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  7. MR. BRUCE. Departure from Federal Politics

    Strong comments were made in political circles yesterday in support of the suggestion that Mr. Bruce's services should be retained within the Commonwealth. Many leaders in public affairs and members of Parliament were of the ...

    Article : 118 words
  8. DR. PAGE'S STATEMENT.

    The leader of the Country party (Dr. Page) said:— "The passing of Mr. Bruce from active participation in political and Parliamentary ...

    Article : 202 words
  9. POLITICAL OPINIONS.

    Country party members to-night expressed the opinion that the return of Mr. Bruce to the leadership of the United Australia party was the only step that could lead to the ...

    Article : 231 words
  10. RECORD DEALINGS

    Full recognition of the significance of the Federal Budget produced a remarkable effect on the Stock Exchange yesterday. The volume of ...

    Article : 98 words
  11. VALUE OF OTTAWA.

    Mr. J. Ashton, M.L.C., said:— "Seeing the space the details of the Commonwealth Budget proposals occupy in this morning's "Herald," I make no pretence to ...

    Article : 459 words
  12. REDUCED INTEREST.

    The A.M.P. Society in January last promised the Prime Minister that it would reduce its interest rates on mortgages on land if and when the Governments were able to grant some ...

    Article : 214 words
  13. PUBLIC MEN'S VIEWS.

    Mr. A. K. Trethowan, M.L.C., chairman of the central council of the Country party, said that Mr. Bruce was undoubtedly one of the men who could not be spared from Federal ...

    Article : 546 words
  14. HEIRESS TO £50,000.

    A cablegram left Sydney yesterday informing the wife of a small farmer, in County Clare, Ireland, that she would in all probability take the whole estate of Edward Martin Burke, ...

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  15. "UNITY ESSENTIAL"

    Alderman M. E. Manfred, who is a member of the central executive of the United Australia party and a candidate for the Upper House, spoke at a meeting of the Goulburn branch ...

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  16. MR. HAWKER, M.P.

    Commenting to-day upon the tariff reductions announced yesterday, Mr. Hawker, formerly Minister for Commerce, said that the Government had taken an encouraging step ...

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  17. DEMOCRACY'S TRIUMPH.

    The council of the Australian Association of British Manufacturers, in a statement made available yesterday for publication, expressed the opinion that Australia was to be ...

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  18. WATER BOARD

    The Water Board has 540 men engaged under the unemployment relief scheme, and will increase that number by 840 next week. The districts in which these men are to be ...

    Article : 100 words
  19. AVIATION.

    Sir Charles Kingsford Smith, who left [?]mpne aerodrome (Kent) at 5.28 a.m. yesterday in his new all-British monoplane, Miss Southern Cross, on a flight to Australia, ...

    Article : 479 words
  20. PARTY UNITY.

    Mr. R. T. Ball, Country party member for Corowa, said it would be a misfortune to the State, if not to Australia, if the wrangling between some members of the United ...

    Article : 117 words
  21. MESSAGES TO MR. LYONS.

    The Prime Minister (Mr. Lyons) received the following message to-day from the president of the United Graziers' Association of Queensland: "On behalf of members of my ...

    Article : 99 words
  22. £1,000,000 LOTTERY.

    Delegates to the annual conference of the Hospitals Association yesterday decided, with only one dissentient, to ask the Minister for Health (Mr. Weaver) to obtain the sanction ...

    Article : 316 words
  23. IRISH FREE STATE.

    Mr. de Valera caused a sensation in the Dail Eireann to-day by announcing:—"At General Muleahy's request, I agreed to establish a tribunal to inquire into the allegation ...

    Article : 477 words
  24. UNITED STATES.

    The strike situation throughout the United States is growing worse. One person was killed and two were critically injured on the coalfields, where 75,000 have refused to ...

    Article : 158 words
  25. WHEATGROWERS.

    Dissatisfaction is felt by members of the Country party at the absence from the Budget of any proposals for the assistance of wheatgrowers. ...

    Article : 58 words
  26. NATIONAL CREDIT HIGH.

    The president of the Associated Chambers of Commerce of Australia and of the Sydney Chamber of Commerce (Mr. A. Spencer Watts), who is visiting Canberra, said to-day:—"The ...

    Article : 262 words
  27. SOUTH AFRICA.

    Cape Nationalists opened their congress determined to force the Prime Minister (General Hertzog) to state clearly his proposals for a fusion with the South African party, while ...

    Article : 284 words
  28. OPINION IN LONDON.

    The Commonwealth Budget is the leading feature of most of the morning newspapers in London. Lengthy reports are displayed under triple and double column headlines. ...

    Article : 414 words
  29. GAS ATTACKS.

    An interesting lecture on what to do in case of a gas attack was delivered in the Assembly Hall of the Education Department last night by Surgeon-Captain H. J. W. ...

    Article : 397 words
  30. WORK FOR DOLE.

    In the face of the opposition of the men employed under its work-for-the-dole scheme, the Lidcombe Municipal Council decided on Wednesday night to abandon the scheme. A ...

    Article : 241 words
  31. AUSTRALIAN PRODUCTS.

    Manchester is to be treated to several weeks of Australian publicity. It is to be given an opportunity of seeing Australian goods and learning, by means of cinema and shop ...

    Article : 174 words
  32. SALES TAX.

    "While the reduction in the rate of sales tax to 5 per cent, is welcome and should do much to stimulate trade and employment, many merchants are apprehensive that sales ...

    Article : 223 words
  33. TENNIS RANKING.

    Mr. Wallis Myers, the British tennis expert, ranks the world's leading tennis players as follows:— Men.—J. Crawford (Australia), F. J. Perry ...

    Article : 129 words
  34. WAR DEBTS.

    The Chief Economic Adviser to the British Government (Sir Frederick Lelth-Ross) met the United States Secretary of State (Mr. Cordell Hull) in Washington to-day, when a ...

    Article : 59 words
  35. NEW ZEALAND LOAN.

    The New Zealand conversion loan of £5,000,000 at 3½ per cent., issued at 97 and repayable in 1949-54, has been over[?] subscribed. ...

    Article : 40 words
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