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  2. ZEPPELIN'S PROGRESS.

    A wireless, message picked up to-night says that the commander of the Graf Zeppelin expects to reach the landing ground at Lakehurst (New Jersey) early ...

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  3. THE HAGUE CONFERENCE.

    The delegates of the nations concerned are assembling for the momentous Reparations Conference, which opens at The Hague on Tuesday. The conference will ...

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  4. PHILANTHROPIST'S WILL.

    Mr. Bernhard Baron, the tobacco millionaire and philanthropist, who died on Thursday,made a characteristic will. About a score of employes and personal ...

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  5. NAVAL NEGOTIATIONS.

    The "Evening Standard" asserts that the Prime Minister and the American Ambassador have reached a formula for restricting the building of battleships, ...

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  6. FEDERAL RUMBLINGS.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.--The annual dinner of the Commercial Travellers' Association was held last night, when the Minister or Home Affairs (Mr. Abbott) attended. He ...

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  7. ARMED ROBBERS

    In spite of special efforts by the Criminal Investigation Branch to cope with the epidemic of armed hold-ups which has disturbed Melbourne and suburbs during ...

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  8. EVACUATION OF EGYPT?

    The Foreign Office announces that Mr. Henderson has had a final interview with the Egyptian Prime Minister, and reported to him that the Cabinet ...

    Article : 353 words
  9. SCOUTS UNDER CANVAS.

    Heavy rain fell throughout last night, but the Australians' tents, brought from Australia, kept the water out, and the interiors were dry and comfortable. The ...

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  10. Shot Fired at Elsternwick.

    Shortly before 10 p.m. yesterday the armed bandits, who are apparently confining themselves to holding up women, appeared at Elsternwick. After visiting ...

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  11. ATTACKED WITH A HAMMER.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.--As the result of a brutal attack at her home yesterday at Cessnock Mrs. Cassie Patterson, 25 years, was taken to the local hospital, where ...

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  12. SITUATION IN CHINA.

    It is reported that Morcow has rejected China's proposals for a settlement of the dispute over the Chinese Eastern railway, insisting upon compliance with the Soviet's ...

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  13. Man Hunt and Bridge Tournament.

    The Graf Zeppelin passed over the Azores at 5 p.m. to-day. Her commander reported "all well." The special correspondent of the ...

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  14. BOOKMAKER HELD UP.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.--On his return from Warwick Farm races yesterday Jas. Brogan a bookmaker, was held up by three marked armed men as he alighted from ...

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  15. THE SCIENCE CONGRESS.

    At to-day's session of the conference of the British Association for the Advancement of Science Miss Caton Thompson described her excavations of the ...

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  16. ADELAIDE ROBBERY.

    ADELAIDE, Sunday.--A second arrest was made on Saturday in connection with the assault and robbery at Union-street, when Mrs. Doris May Sowter was ...

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  17. OUR CANADIAN TREATY

    Addressing a meeting at Port Alberni to-night, Mr. Bennett, the Canadian Conservative leader, asked why Australia had not granted preference to Canadian ...

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  18. MEDITERRANEAN FLEET WEAKENED.

    The Admiralty announces that four battleships--Queen Elizabeth, Barham, Valiant and Malaya--will be withdrawn from the Mediterranean fleet shortly to ...

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  19. GRANT TO TASMANIA.

    LAUNCESTON, Sunday.--In the course of an address at the commercial travellers commemoration last night, Senator J. E. Ogden, honorary Minister, said that ...

    Article : 86 words
  20. ADELAIDE CRIMINALS.

    ALBURY, Sunday.--At Albury police court yesterday, before Mr. C. W. Swiney, P.M. Wm. Manking, 23 years: Francis Chas, Bedford, 21 years, and Leonard ...

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  21. ABBE'S SUDDEN DEATH.

    The Abbe Bernie dropped dead to-day while addressing a party of pilgrims in the seered grotto at Lourdes. ...

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  22. THE WAY TO PROSPERITY.

    LAUNCESTON, Sunday.--The Federal hon. Minister, Senator Ogden, was one of the principal speakers at the annual Commercial Travellers Association ...

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  23. SOUTH AFRICAN POLITICS.

    No valid explanation has been offered for the resignation of Mr. Beyers. Minister of Mines, who has sailed for Europe via the east coast. He expressed pleasure ...

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  24. AN OPERATION AT SEA.

    Mrs. Britten, wife of the chairman of the United States Naval Committee, who has come to Europe to attend a conference at Geneva, suddenly became ill ...

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  25. OUR PRIMARY EXPORTS.

    Mr. Robert Cook ex-M.P., of Victoria, who is visiting Belgium, has informed the Australian Press Association that as a result of his investigations in Egypt, France ...

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  26. SUBMARINE COLLISION.

    Lieutenant Robert Gardner, commander of submarine H47, which was sunk in a collision with L12 off the Irish coast with the loss of 23 lives, was tried by ...

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  27. BOY SHOT BY CONSTABLE.

    Suffering from a bullet wound in the right leg, a boy, fifteen years of age, was admitted to Alfred Hospital at 3.30 a.m. on Saturday. ...

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  28. GERMAN SUGAR.

    The imposition of dumping duties against German sugar has aroused a controversy in South Africa. It is pointed out that Australia does ...

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  29. MISSING KOBENHAVN.

    The steamer Junee, weih left Sydney on 3rd July in search of the missing Danish training ship Kobenhavn, last week combed the area enclosed between 41 deg. ...

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  30. NEW CALEDONIA.

    M. Guyon, the Governor of New Caledonia, on arriving here, said he had never seen a colony which possessed such agricultural and mineral wealth. His ...

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  31. ST. KILDA-ROAD CASE.

    About 7.45 p.m. two men, one tall, and wearing a grey overcoat, and the other much smaller, bailed up Miss D. MeKenzie, of 44 Dalgety-street, St. Kilda, ...

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  32. COLONIAL DEVELOPMENT.

    The Colonial Secretary has appointed a committee of which Sir Basil Blacket, the well-known financial expert is chairman, to examine applications for grants ...

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  33. COTTON INDUSTRY.

    The cotton spinners have initiated a movement to secure a general reduction in the finishing charges, and will approach the bleaching, dyeing, printing and ...

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  34. FEDERAL ECONOMY.

    CANBERRA, Sunday.--An unexpected development in the Government's economy campaign is a decision to suspend all transfers of civil servants as soon as the ...

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  35. A CHINESE FEUD.

    A mysterious shooting affray, involving Chang Sung-ehang, formerly a War Lord of Shantung, and now a political refugee, occurred at Beppu, a Japanese hot spring. ...

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  36. GENERAL CABLES.

    The Australian war pilgrims were on Saturday sightseeing in Antwerp after their visit to the war graves in France. Forty boys are proceeding to New ...

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  37. GERBAULT'S LONELY VOYAGE

    Alain Gerbault, the Frenchman who sailed around the world alone in his yawl the Fire Crest, was presented with the insignia of the Legion of Honor aboard ...

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  38. A PRISON RIOT.

    A riot broke out in the long-term prison at Lublin, where many Communists and terrorists are serving sentences. The police were forced to fire on the convicts, ...

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  39. STOCK EXCHANGE FACILITIES.

    The board of governors of the New York Stock Exchange has approved of the opening of brokerage offices on board five trans-Atlantic liners, which will enable ...

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  40. A GRAFTON TRAGEDY.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.--George Denny, 60 years, is dead and his wife, June, is believed to be dying in the Grafton Hospital as the result of a mysterious ...

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  41. DANGEROUS AMUSEMENT.

    A so called flying boat broke loose in a pleasure ground at Southend while revolving at great speed. The passengers were flung out on the heads of the crowd ...

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  42. COMMUNISM IN THE EMPIRE.

    Discussing the result of the Leeds by-election, the failure of "Red Thursday" and other events, the "Daily Telegraph" says:-- ...

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  43. THE EILDON WEIR.

    SEYMOUR, Sunday.--At a meeting of Seymour branch of Goulburn Valley Sciety League the view was expressed that the special inquiry board's report obviated the ...

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  44. ETNA IN ERUPTION.

    Twelve students ascended Mount Etna during the night in order to see the sunrise. Suddenly the crater erupted. One of the party was killed, and four were ...

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