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  2. HINKLER REACHES SYDNEY.

    "Your magnificent achievement has made every Australian proud of you, and every Australian proud of being an Australian." With these memorable words, the Premier (Mr. Bavin) welcomed Hinkler at Mascot on Saturday on behalf of the citizens of New ...

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  3. STATE POLITICS.

    Meetings of the Cabinet this week have been arranged for this.morning, to-morrow, Thursday, and Friday, to consider the draft of bills and financial matters which will be submitted ...

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  4. REVOLVER DUEL.

    William Henry Wilks. 54, international safe-breaker and burgiar, a degenerate who had been convicted of many daring and indecent crimes, was shot dead by Constable ...

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  5. SOUTH TYROL.

    "The Fascists have transformed South Tyrol into a vast prison," declares the special correspondent of the "Sunday Express." in a message from Bozen, which was sent across ...

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  6. DEMOCRACY.

    "Mr. Baldwin will give you a truer catch-word than 'make the world safe for democracy' It is 'make democracy safe for the world," said Lord Balfour, in addressing the ...

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  7. TRADE REVIEW.

    Business, on the Stock Exchange continues satisfactory, and much speculative activity is to be seen in industrials. Some of the comparatively low-priced shares fluctuated ...

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  8. LONDON POLLING.

    Results from the remaining boroughs, affecting 40 seats, being now available, it is possible to see the complete consequences of Thursday's polling for the election of 124 ...

    Article : 273 words
  9. EMPLOYMENT.

    Sir Arthur Steel-Maitland, Minister of Labour, speaking at a meeting in London, suggested that more attention should be paid to statistics of employment than to figures ...

    Article : 111 words
  10. THE LANDING.

    Hinkler was welcomed at Mascot on Saturday in a manner befitting the arrival of a national hero. The honour thus done him was worthily deserved. ...

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  11. POLAR FLIGHT.

    Commander Byrd has "announced that his South Pole expedition, which will cost 500.000 dollars, leaves about September 1. The flight personnel of the actual air dash from the Ross ...

    Article : 80 words
  12. NEUTRALITY.

    Referring to the debate in the South African Parliament on Imperial relations, and General Hertzog's insistence that the imperial Conference's pronouncement that Dominion ...

    Article : 150 words
  13. MIGRATION.

    An immigration policy to add 2,000,000 people to British Columbia and prairie provinces within the next ten years was advocated in the House of Commons on Friday by General ...

    Article : 213 words
  14. LIBEL SUIT.

    "We were through Mons, and on the other side before the Armistice was signed, and yet I am accused of sacrificing the lives of Canadians to take the city. Nothing could ...

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  15. WELCOME ADDRESS.

    Directly the airman landed, he was met by Captain Chateau, officer of the Department of Civil Aviation in charge of the aerodrome, who introduced him to Mr. Geoffrey Hughes, ...

    Article : 451 words
  16. SOVIET GOLD.

    The 5,000,000 dollars in gold recently sent from Russia to banking agents of Russia in the United States, has been attached in a suit instituted by the Bank of France. The ...

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  17. EASTERN SAMOA.

    Senator.Bingham introduced in the Senate a Joint resolution for the United States' annexation of the islands of Tutlia and Manua, in the eastern Samon group. The resolution ...

    Article : 252 words
  18. LEAP TO DEATH.

    Despite appeals from a crowd to wait till the fire brigade arrived. William Cupitt and his wife, blouse-makers, and a woman employee, Jumped 70 feet from a blazing ...

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  19. EXCITING CHASE.

    Exciting episodes preceding the arrest of three boys, one aged 14 and the other two aged 16 years, on charges of motor car stealing yesterday afternoon, included a motor car ...

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  20. THE FILM "DAWN."

    The film "Dawn" was screened last night at the Agora cinema, the largest place of the kind at Brussels. The audience numbered 2500. Among the ...

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  21. MASTER MARINER'S POSITION.

    Captain Robert Adamson, 76, a master mariner since 1879, is a guest at the Canadian immigration building pending the result of an appeal to Washington against his rejection ...

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  22. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    Sir Alexander Hore-Ruthven, Governor-designate of South Australia, was received in audience by the King, and kissed hands on his appointment. ...

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  23. LORRY CRASHES.

    Tragedy overtook a light-hearted party of Sydney residents at Bulli Pass yesterday. When the motor lorry in which they were travelling got out of control, the driver, in ...

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  24. THE LEAGUE.

    Sir Austen Chamberlain at to-day's session of the League of Nations Council, delivered a report on the dispute between Hungary and Roumania. He said that if the question ...

    Article : 343 words
  25. OLYMPIC GAMES.

    An attack on the Olympic Games appears in a "Daily Express" editorial, which says: "It is painfully clear that the games have been and always will be a wooful disappointment. ...

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  26. ARRESTS IN RUSSIA.

    Nows has reached Berlin from Moscow that six German engineers have been arrested in the Donetz coal region, charged with acts of sabotage at the mines. The secret police ...

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  27. 80,000 SIGHTSEERS.

    A thin black line of sightseers began to pour into the grounds of the Mascot aerodrome on Saturday eight hours before the time set down for Hinkler's arrival. Before ...

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  28. AT GOVERNMENT HOUSE.

    The airman, his mother, sister, and brother, were received at Government House at 5.45 p.m. His Excellency the Governor (Sir Dudley de Chair) and Lady de Chair made a special ...

    Article : 245 words
  29. AMERICAN POLITICS.

    There is apparently no end to sensational developments in the oil investigations. It wns to-day disclosed that Mr. Andrew Mellon admitted that Mr. Will Hays sent him a package ...

    Article : 139 words
  30. DAVIS CUP.

    The following players have been chosen to represent Italy in the first round of the Davis Cup against Australia:—de Morpuge, de Stefant, and Gaslini. ...

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  31. CROWDED HOURS.

    Officers manning the two cars of the police wireless night patrol will long remember the crowded hours between 11.8 p.m. on Saturday and 1.7 a.m. on Sunday. The thefts of no ...

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  32. OMEO TRAGEDY.

    The Jury disagreed in the case in which Ronald Geeves Griggs was charged with having murdered his wife, Ethel Constance Griggs, at Omeo on January 3. ...

    Article : 58 words
  33. PEACE AND, WAR.

    "How can we complete the good work which those who fell only began?" asked Sir Inn Hamilton in unveiling a war memorial at Hackney. "The best way is by drawing our ...

    Article : 115 words
  34. RANDWICK HOSPITAL.

    After the reception at Mascot, finding himself with some time on his hands before he was due at Government House, Hinkler went to the Prince of Wales Hospital at ...

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  35. WOMAN'S LONE PLIGHT.

    Lady Bailey, wife of Sir Abe Bailey, the South African millionaire, left Croydan aerodrome unaccompanied this afternoon on a flight to Capetown. She reached Le Bourget, ...

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  36. SHOTS EXCHANGED.

    This morning at 4.40 o'clock a nightswatchman (Mr. Waddell) was approaching Messrs. Wright, Heaton, and Co.'s premises in Signor-street when a man Jumped from a door and ...

    Article : 123 words
  37. 'PLANE CRASHES.

    Flight-Lieutenant Mcintyre, official instructor to the South Australian section of the Australian Aero Club, crashed at the Parafield Aerodromo this afternoon and sustained ...

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  38. MEAT EXPORTATION.

    The Reichstag may not deal with frozen ment imports this session. Nevertheless, the commonwealth veterinary expert (Mr. Ross Grant) is of opinion that if a bill is passed ...

    Article : 108 words
  39. FOUND DROWNED.

    A fall into four feet of water caused by giddiness as he walked along a narrow plank above the water is thought by the police to have brought about the death by drowning of ...

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  40. GUESTS AT SUPPER.

    Mr. Bert Hinkler, Mrs. Hinkler, Miss Hinkler, and Mr. Jack Hinkler, were the guests of the directors of the British Imperial Oil Co., at supper at the Wentworth on Saturday ...

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  41. THE MOTORING RECORD.

    The racing motorist, Malcoim Campbell, has returned from America. In his opinion, 20b miles an hour will be easily beaten, given favourable conditions, and he is considering ...

    Article : 61 words
  42. STEAMER MANUKA.

    The trouble in regard to the steamer Manuka has been settled and the crew will sign on to-morrow morning. The vessel will depart in the afternoon for Melbourne. ...

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