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  2. CANBERRA OPENING.

    Mr. Bruce's stay in the United States and Canada has provoked widespread interest and comment concerning Canberra. The opinions expressed indicate clearly ...

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  3. FOREIGNERS INSULTED.

    The situation in the interior of Southwestern China is steadily becoming worse. In addition to the British, many Americans are leaving the interior towns. All ...

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  4. NIBBLE AT A PARK.

    On behalf of the Fitzroy football and cricket clubs and associated sporting bodies, supported by a number of Fitzroy councillors, a deputation waited on the ...

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  5. WATERSIDE WORKERS.

    In the Arbitration Court yesterday Judge Beeby continued the heating of claims by the .Waterside Workers' Federation against the Commonwealth ...

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  6. LONDON TO MELBOURNE.

    As a result of the three days test of Australia's beam station during the week end, the Marconi Co. maintained a speed of 300 words a minute. Therefore it is ...

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  7. STATE ELECTIONS.

    Since the proclamation of the Redistribution Act and [?]ts revised distribution of State electorates, progress has been made with the readjustment of electoral ...

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  8. NEW SOUTH WILES POLITICS.

    SYDNEY. Tuesday.--The Legislative Assembly reassembled to-day. The sitting was brief and quiet; and provided no exciting incidents. ...

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  9. SCHNEIDER'S CENTURY.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.--With 172 runs to the good and ten wickets intact. South Australia resumed its second, innings in the Sheffield Shield match against New ...

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  10. TOUR OF NEW ZEALAND.

    Questioned yesterday with regard to a cablegram from New Zealand, published in "The Age," Mr. H. Trumble, secretary of Melbourne Cricket Club, said the club had ...

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  11. A HOBART MATCH.

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  12. TEACHERS AT CRICKET.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 395 words
  13. Country Progressive Party.

    OUYEN, Tuesday.--The electoral council of the Country Progressive party met at Ouyen to-day and elected Mr. Raggart president, Mr W. H. Cruse secretary, and ...

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  14. CONDUCT OF CAMPAIGN.

    BENDIGO, Tuesday.--At a meeting of Bendigo branch of the Country progressive party this afternoon. Preliminary arrangements were made for the conduct ...

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  15. NICARAGUAN REVOLT.

    In a special message to congress, explaining his Nicaraguan policy, President Coolidge declared to-day that the war munitions supplied to the Sacasa ...

    Article : 206 words
  16. BUSH FIRES.

    About midday yesterday a fire broke out in the scrub on the railway line, near the Oakleigh-Mulgrave abattoirs. The flames spread rapidly, and were ...

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  17. BANK BUILDINGS DISPUTE.

    Further conferences in regard to the dispute at the new premises of the National Bank, in Collins-street, were held yesterday. The Trades Hall disputes committee ...

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  18. Labor Candidate for Kew.

    A large and enthusiastic meeting of the Kew branch of the A.L.P. was held on Monday night, when it was resolved to call for nominations for a candidate to ...

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  19. GRASS FIRE AT CLAYTON.

    About 12.30 p.m. yesterday a fire broke out on land adjacent to the railway line, about half a mile from Clayton railway station. The land, which is cut up into ...

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  20. A TRAMWAY EXTENSION

    Amongst the proposals which hare been referred to the Railways Standing Committee for investigation this year is an extension from Beaumaris to the Mentone ...

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  21. INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC.

    In response to many requests, notably from the United States and Australia, a wireless medical bulletin will be circulated throughout the world from Geneva by the ...

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  22. LABOR PARTY TROUBLES

    Undeterred by the rout of its forces at past conferences of the Victorian Labor party, the Communist party evidently contemplates fresh assaults on the ...

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  23. THE CANNIBAL BREED.

    "Although it is popularly supposed that the words 'cannibals' and 'Solomons' are inseparably linked, nowadays the average Solomon Islander is more accustomed to ...

    Article : 129 words
  24. DEAD BODY FOUND.

    WAGGA, Tuesday.--A man camped on the Murrumbidgee River, near Hampden bridge, made a gruesome discovery when he woke up early this morning. Lying ...

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  25. Fires in Other Districts.

    BEACONSFIELD, Tuesday.--Temperatures were very high to-day. During the morning a bush fire broke out on Mount Misery. One house was saved from ...

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  26. News from Geneva.

    The latest official report in Melbourne of the epidemic of Spanish influenza, in Europe does not suggest to the Federal Health department any necessity for ...

    Article : 125 words
  27. CANCER RESEARCH.

    Dr. Thomas Lumsden, who gave up a prosperous practice to undertake cancer research at the Lister Institute, announces that he has made a powerful scrum ...

    Article : 124 words
  28. 170 Acres of Crop Destroyed.

    HORSHAM, Tuesday.--A destructive five occurred on the property of Mr. W. McGennisken, at McKenzic Creek, on Monday. The fire started on a road ...

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  29. LABOR IN AUSTRALIA.

    The "Financial News" in reviewing the Commonwealth Labor report, says:--"The figures suggest that Australia is a country with increasing prospects, which are ...

    Article : 62 words
  30. MAN FOUND SHOT.

    BROKEN HILL, Tuesday.--William Whyte, aged 61 years, residing at 249 Morgan-lane was found dead yesterday morning with a shotgun alongside him. ...

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  31. THE VICTORIAN TEAM.

    J. Ryder, having notified the selectors of the Victorian team for New South Wales and Queensland that he would be unable to go with the team, F. Barina has ...

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  32. OUTBREAK ON GOLF LINKS.

    WOODEND, Tuesday.--But for the presence of a number of golfers, an outbreak of fire on the Hillside links at 10.20 a.m. to-day would probably have had ...

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  33. A GAMBLE IN FRANCS.

    Francis Arthur Brearley, 31 years, and James Mason, 25 years, were remanded at Marlborough-street police court to-day on charges of having stolen or received ...

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  34. W. M. Woodfull's Wedding.

    The marriage or W. M. Woodfull, the Australian eleven cricketer, to Miss Gwenda King, of Beaconsfield-parade, Albert Park, will take place at 6 p.m. ...

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  35. INFANT SWALLOWS FLY POISON.

    Leaning out of a perambulator in which she was seated, and which had been left alongside the kitchen table, the infant child, aged 10 months, of Mr. ...

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  36. NEWS FROM ADELAIDE.

    From Mr. G. A. Tilling, 17 Fisher-street, Norwood (S.A.), 7th September, 1925:--"Some years ago. I was in very indifferent health, and suffered severely from liver and ...

    Article : 332 words
  37. Brighton Central Estate.

    The whole of the balance of the Brigton Central Estate, fronting Centre-road, Camperdown-street, Carrington-grove, Summerhill-road and Marriage-road, has ...

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  38. FIRE AT BACON CURING FACTORY.

    BALLART, Tuesday.--A damaging fire broke out in the boiler house at George Farmer and Co.'s bacon-curing factory to-night, but an excellent save was ...

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  39. GENERAL CABLES.

    The Florence correspondent of the Daily Telegraph" states that the Union Jack and other British flags are being prepared to welcome the arrival in Italy of ...

    Article : 111 words
  40. SALE OF DIPLOMA.

    A sensation has been caused in Italian society by the announcement that five persons have been arrested, including two high functionaries, Tosco and Dellavalle, ...

    Article : 61 words
  41. OTHER OUTBREAKS.

    CHARLTON.--A four-roomed dwelling, owned by John O'Neill, and occupied by C. Kirk, with its contents, was destroyed by fire to-day. The insurance is not ...

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  42. A FETTLER'S DEATH.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.--James Richard Lowe, 38 years, a fettler, died in Parkes Hospital to-day. If was alleged that he was struck with ...

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  43. North Australian Commission.

    DARWIN, Tuesday.--Messrs. Horsburg Easton and Hobler, members of the North Australian Commission were given a civic reception by Darwin town council last ...

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  44. PONSFORD'S FUTURE.

    Sir,--All the writing and talk on the subject of retaining Ponsford in Australia is something like shrieking Rule, Britannia, during the war, and letting the ...

    Article : 174 words
  45. Advertising

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