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  2. Anti-Piracy Plans.

    LONDON, Sept. 14.--The successful and rapid conclusion to the conference on the Mediterranean by the signature this ...

    Article : 171 words
  3. VAST NEW CAMPAIGN

    PARIS, Sept. 15.--"Italy is planning a vast new campaign to finish the Spanish war," declares 'l'Oeuvre.' "Marshal Badoglio, who had just returned to Italy from a secret mission to Spain is reported to have informed Mussolini that ...

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  4. Visiting Film Star at Races

    Miss Nina Mao McKinney, who played a leading role in "Sanders of the River," the film starring Paul Robeson, photographed at the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. Resistance at Pootung

    LONDON, Sept. 14.--A message from Shanghai states that four divisions of crack Chinese troops are entering Pootung. in order to ...

    Article : 117 words
  6. Federal Elections.

    CANBERRA, Sept. 15.--Parliament ended its work to-day, exactly three years after its election, and on Mr. Lyons's 58th ...

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    Mr A. W. McNicol, general manager of the Union Bank of Australia Ltd., Which celebrated its centenary recently. Mr McNicol it alto chairman ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  8. REBUTTAL OF CHINESE CHARGES

    TOKIO, Sept. 14. --The ex-War Minister, Count Trauchi, has been appointed to command tho Japanese armies in China. The Foreign Office ...

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  9. TREATMENT OF REFUGEES.

    LONDON, Sept. 14.--A St. Jean du Luz broadcast from Oviedo based on disclosures of refugees from, Gijon alleges that Ballamino Tomas ...

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  10. Palestine Partition.

    LONDON; Sept.14.--Addressing the League Council at Geneva on the subject of palestine the British Foreign Secretary .(Mr. R. A. Eden) said the ...

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  11. LIKE HIGHWAYMEN.

    GENEVA, Sept. 14.--The British Foreign Secretary (Mr. R. A. Eden), broadcasting on the submarine piracy, likened the perpetrators to masked ...

    Article : 118 words
  12. Pearling Vessels.

    CANBERRA, Sept. 15.--Determined measures are to be taken immediately by the Commonwealth Government to regulate the ...

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  13. Election of Speaker.

    CANBERRA, Sept. 15.--With two Opposition members, Messrs. Blackburn and Scullin, voting with the Government, the House of ...

    Article : 392 words
  14. Infantile Paralysis.

    MELBOURNE, Sept. 15.--The death of a girl, aged 27 years of Footscray, from infantile paralysis occurred to-day, making the ...

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  15. FRENCH SHARE.

    LONDON, Sept. 14.--In addition to the details earlier revealed, Britain and France will operate the far entrance to the Dardanelles. Participants with ...

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  16. 40-Hour Week.

    BRISBANE, Sept. 15.--A meeting of the Parliamentary Labor party to-night unanimously endorsed the Premier's reply to the ...

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  17. AIR DEFENCE.

    TOKIO, Sept. 14.--Five days from to-morrow, Tokio will witness the most rigorous and elaborate air defence manoeuvres yet held. ...

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  18. ITALY SITS BACK.

    ROME, Sept. 14.--Italy has officially declined to take part in the Mediterranean patrol. She states that the situation is unacceptable, as she ...

    Article : 89 words
  19. Mrs. Bonney's Return.

    FREMANTLE, Sept. 15.--On her return journey to Brisbane, Mrs. H. B. Bonney, the Queensland air- woman, who recently completed a ...

    Article : 281 words
  20. Relief Workers.

    BRISBANE, Sept.15.--During the Budget debate in the Assembly to-day, Mr, Nicklin declared that, by comparison with Conditions in ...

    Article : 321 words
  21. UNITED STATES ORDER.

    WASHINGTON, Sept. 14.--President Roosevelt issued a statement forbidding vessels owned by the United States Government, from transporting ...

    Article : 147 words
  22. BRITISH FLEET.

    LONDON, Sept. 14.--When the fourth destroyer flotilla, which it was announced to-day is preparing to proceed to Join the anti-piracy patrol ...

    Article : 197 words
  23. Railway Unions' Decision

    BRISBANE, Sept. 15.--Fears of an immediate strike of railway Workers for a 40-hour week were removed to-day when, by 20 votes to 6, the central ...

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  24. Sit-Down Strike.

    "BRISBANE, Sept. 15.--Because of the refusal of the company to accede to their demands for a 40-hour week, about 100 employees at ...

    Article : 371 words
  25. ASSEMBLY TO BE ADJOURNED.

    BRISBANE, Sept. 15.--In the Assembly to-day the Premier (Mr. Forgan Smith) gave an assurance that the House would not be adjourned longer ...

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  26. "Inclusive Tariff."

    TOWNSVILLE, Sept 15.--Severe reproof of the action of a Brisbane hotelkeeper for introducing during the Exhibition an "inclusive tariff" ...

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  27. Dr. Rosenberg's Book.

    LONDON, Sept. 14.--A message from Vatican City says 'Osservatore Romano' strongly protests against public honors rendered at ...

    Article : 164 words
  28. PLAN TO GO ON.

    LONDON, Sept. 15:--The Italian refusal to participate in the antipiracy patrol in the Mediterranean, unless she is admitted on equal terms ...

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  29. British Warships Seeking Submarine off Spanish Coast

    A map showing where the British destroyer Havock was attacked by [?] unidentified submarine, and the area of search by British warships. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  30. Old Order Changeth.

    MONTREAL, Sept. 14.--A Hollywood message states that Charlie Chaplin has announced he is abandoning his tramp character, baggy trousers, huge shoes, ...

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  31. Sydney Vessel.

    LONDON, Sept. 14.--The Sydney star, in which the port engine exploded last week, killing one engineer, berthed in the Thames to-day. The third engineer, ...

    Article : 89 words
  32. Queensland Poetess.

    BRISBANE. Sept. 15-- A plaque in memory of Mrs. Mabel Forrest, Queensland poetess and novelist, who died recently, was unveiled ...

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  33. BRISBANE WOOL SALES.

    BRISBANE, Sept. 15.--Approximately 17 per cent, was withdrawn at approximately £19 a bale. The day's turnover amounted to £203,300. ...

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  34. FIVE-DAY WEEK ADOPTED.

    OTTAWA, Sept. 14.--The Trades Convention adopted a five-day week. and a six-hour day. ...

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  35. FIVE MONTHS' VOYAGE.

    LONDON, Sept. 14.--After a five months' voyage from Australia, the steamer Kingswood, which damaged its boiler in an explosion at Port Plrle, ...

    Article : 40 words
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