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  2. MOTOR CONTEST.

    At a meeting held on Thursday night at which were present the competition committee of the Australian Automobile Association, Mr. ...

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  3. GALLIPOLI FAILURE. GENERAL BLAMES AUSTRALIA.

    "Australia carries a grave responsibiiity for the failure at Gallipoli. I say that deliberately and without fear of contradiction. If howitzers ...

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  4. MEAT EXPORT. Britain's Plan.

    A statement was issued yesterday by the chairman of the Australian Meat Board (Mr. A. C. W. Fisken, M.P.), with the authority of the Federal ...

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  5. MANUFACTURERS

    The announcement by the Prime Minister (Mr. Lyons) this week that the activities of the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research will be extended to embrace the ...

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  6. ABYSSINIA.

    Two Italian trains were derailed by Abyssinian tribesmen, and five men were killed, according to the Djibouti correspondent of the "Daily Telegraph," ...

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  7. END OF CRISE.

    The Fiench Government has in formed Britain and Italy that its obligations for mutual assistance to Biltain in the Mediterranean will ...

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  8. GREYHOUND.

    A terrified greyhound almost caused disaster to an air liner flying between Brisbane and Sydney yesterday when it escaped from a wieker crate ...

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  9. HUGE SUM FOR DEFENCE. COST OF SAFETY

    The supplementary defence estimates, amounting to £19,652,000, which were announced yesterday, bring the total expenditure on the ...

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  10. CASTAWAY

    Smoke signals from an uninhabited island in the Pacific and the figure of a man racing along the beach, have convinced members of the crew of the ...

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  11. LABOUR GAIN.

    The by-election in Derby to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Mr. J. H. Thomas, resulted in a gain for Labour. The figures are as follows:— ...

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  12. AUSTRALIA'S SHARE.

    Fears are expressed in some, quarters that the extra quantity of chilled beef allotted to Australia under the new agreement might exceed her capacity to produce. The precise ...

    Article : 101 words
  13. RESEARCH FOR PEACE.

    The Prime Minister (Mr. Lyons) to-day undertook to.refer to the Federal Cabinet a proposal by the council of the University Association of Canberra, that, as a memorial ...

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  14. NAZI CAMPAIGN.

    The Minister for Propaganda (Dr. Goebbels) has suspended all political meetings for five weeks, to enable tired Nazi speakers and propagandists "time to recuperate for the ...

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  15. £125,000 LOAN

    The Minister for Local Government and Works (Mr. Spooner) has approved the proposal of the City Council to raise a loan of £125,000 for the purpose of rebuilding the ...

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  16. LOST JEWELLERY.

    Mrs. Isobel Rygate, the wife of Dr. A. Rygate, of Park-road, Burwood, was shopping in a store in Castlereagh-street, city, on Thursday, when her handbag, containing ...

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  17. GENERAL BENNETT'S VIEW.

    Major-General H. Gordon Bennett, who was second-in-command of the 6th Infantry Battalion at the Gallipoli landing, said last night that he, personally, did not think that ...

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  18. GERMAN OPINION.

    The British defence estimates are displayed in the Berlin newspapers. The "Lokal An[?]eiger" describes the total expenditure as gigantic.The "Tageblatt" says: "The figures ...

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  19. COSTLY AMPHIBIAN

    The Archbold Natural History Expedition's amphibian aeroplane was greatly damaged in the harbour here. The amphibian came in from Daru on ...

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  20. MR. CHICHESTER.

    Mr, F. C. Ohtohester and Mr. F. D. Herrick arrived at Darwin at 2 p.m. to-day, in the Puss Moth monoplane in which they are making a flight to the East, Russia, and ...

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  21. KING'S PRIZE.

    Major Jordan (Vic.) and Lieutenant R. B. Ryle (W.A.) will compete in the first stage of the King's Prize. Australians who will visit but will not compete at Bisley are ...

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  22. BREEDING RABBITS.

    The extraordinary statement that some landholders in the Tamworth di[?]trict are actually permitting rabbits to breed on their properties was made by Mr. A. E. Bell, an ...

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  23. EARLY VOYAGES.

    The Mitchell Librarian (Miss I. Leeson), referring yesterday to the recent cable message that Mr. A. S. Rosenbach had offered to the Australian Government the original ...

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  24. FRENCH DEFENCE CREDIT.

    The French Parliament has passed a defence ciedlt amounting to £6,600,000. ...

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  25. BLACK SEA.

    At the Dardanelles conference at Montreux (Switzerland) yesterday, M. Tituleseu (Rumania) shook his forefinger at the British delegates, and testily asked why Britain had ...

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  26. WARTIME SUPPLIES.

    Time was a debate in the House of Lords yesterday on the need for securing an adequate food supply in the event of war. It was recalled that the Minister for the ...

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  27. ROYAL COMMISSION

    Many unusual happenings pass unnoticed in the busy parts bt Darlinghurst. One occurred yesterday, when a Judge, six barristers, solicitors, and police in plain clothes ...

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  28. FLIER'S LICENCE.

    An application was made on behalf of Goya Henry air pilot in the High Court yesterday before Mr. Justice Evatt for an interim injunction to restrain the Minister for ...

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  29. OIL CONCESSIONS.

    The Secretary for the Colonies (Mr. Ormsby-Gore) said to-day that it had been decided to remove the embargo on the granting of oil concessions in the colonies to ...

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  30. NEW GUINEA TOUR.

    The Commonwealth Minister for Trade and Customs (Mr. White), on arrival in Rabaul. received deputations from the Returned Soldiers' Association and the Planters' ...

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  31. COAT OF ARMS

    The Tamworth Municipal Council recently decided to secure a coat of arms for the municipality, but the Windsor Herald (Mr. A. T. Butler), of the College of Arms, ...

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  32. STOP PRESS. DAVIS CUP.

    Germany won the first singles against Yugoslavia. ...

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  33. SIZE OF GUNS

    Although it is now officially reported from London that Britain will arm her two new battleships with 14-inch guns, regardless of what calibre the United States adopts, officials ...

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  34. AUSTRALIA-BOUND.

    Encouraged by reports of favourable weather shead, Lord Sempill took off from Hanworth [?]rocrome, on the first stage of his flight to Australia, at 4 p.m. to-day. ...

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  35. REPAIRS EFFECTED.

    Having been thoroughly overhauled and repaired with replacements sent from Sydney, the A.U.S.N. freighter, Mungana, which has been lying at Port Adelaide since June 23, ...

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  36. SOLDIERS' PENSIONS.

    Fedeial Minihtcis gave undertakings to-day to two deputations from ieturned soldiers' organisations that their requests for more liberal treatment in iegard to pensions would ...

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  37. BRITISH ATHLETICS CHAMPIONSHIPS.

    Championship Hop, Step, and Jump results:—Metcalfe, 40ft 5½in, 1; Dickinson, 47ft, 11¾in. 2; E. Beyee (North Ireland), 45ft 1in, 3. ...

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  38. ROAD SAFETY.

    The conditions under which permits were issued to people learning to drive motor vehicles, and penalties for intoxicated drivers, were among the matters discussed by a ...

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  39. NORTHBRIDGE

    The Commissioner for Road Transport (Mr. Maddocks) yesterday told a deputation, which included the Mayor and aldermen of Willoughby, that his department would bear half ...

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  40. CONSULAR CHANGES.

    The Consul-General for the United States of America (Mr. J. Piereponfc Moffat) announced yesterday that Mr. J.. Ragland had been appointed Consul in Brisbane in place of ...

    Article : 78 words
  41. NEW COINS.

    The Chancellor of the Exchequer (Mr. Neville Chamberlain) announced in the House of Commons that, in accordance with custom, specimen sets of the first issue of coins of ...

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