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  2. LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE

    The decision of the United States Government to abandon the gold standard and permit war debts to be paid in paper currency had an instantly ...

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  3. HIGHER AND HIGHER

    The following report on the progress of the Mt. Everest expedition, sent by wireless by Mr. Ruttledge, leader of the ground party, was received to-day:-- ...

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  4. BRIGHTER CHURCH MUSIC

    When delegates to general synod of the Anglican Church in Australian met in Sydney last October the need for brighter music during church services was ...

    Article : 340 words
  5. PETROL DOWN AGAIN

    The price of petrol has dropped for the fourth lime this year, and throughout the metropolitan area to-day motorists will be able to obtain it at 18 a gallon for ...

    Article : 268 words
  6. ABOUT PEOPLE.

    The Governor-General has received the following cable message in reply to congratulations sent to the Queen on the occasion of her birthday:--"I deeply ...

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  7. TRUCE IN CHINA.

    The situation in North China is considerably easier. The verbal truce has resulted in a cessation of hostilities, and it holds good though a formal agreement ...

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  8. MUSIC AND DRAMA

    Jim Gerald's latest offering at the Tivoli is a compound of smart vaudeville and a racy recite entitled Honeymoon Troubles --a matrimonial mix-up which gives the ...

    Article : 248 words
  9. State.--Dangerously Yours.

    If all those people who live by their wits were as romantic as Warner Baxter is in Dangerously Yours, now showing at the State Theatre, the "profession" would ...

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  10. LYCEUM.--GRAND HOTEL.

    Until Saturday next all those who have not yet had an opportunity of seeing the screen adaptation of Vicki Baum's famous novel Grand Hotel will be able to enjoy this great ...

    Article : 97 words
  11. Bijou Theatre--Tune In.

    The Footlights Theatrical and Social Club presented a bright revue, Tune In, at the Bijou Theatre on Saturday night in aid of the Homæopathic Hospital funds. ...

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  12. Reduction in Sydney.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.--It is understood that the reduction in the price of petrol announced in Melbourne at the week end will apply to Sydney. ...

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  13. Reduction in Adelaide.

    ADELAIDE, Sunday.--The price of petrol in South Australia will be reduced a further penny per gallon on Monday. The new rates will be:--First grade spirit, ...

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  14. Regent--Rasputin.

    Rasputin and the E[?]press featuring John, Ethel and Lionel Barrymore, commenced its second week before a crowded attendance at the Regent on Saturday. On the stage were ...

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  15. HERALDS OF THE KING.

    St. Paul's Cathedral was practically given over to Heralds of the King on Saturday afternoon, when the annual service was held. Between 200 and 300 ...

    Article : 396 words
  16. Fixed Prices in Queensland.

    BRISBANE, Sunday.--The commissioner of Prices (Mr. T. A. Ferry) announced on Saturday that from Monday morning the retail prices of motor spirit, ...

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  17. Invitation Concert.

    A successful invitation concert in aid of St. Vincent's Hospital appeal was held last night at the Regent Theatre. The excellent programme was provided by ...

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  18. AUSTRALIAN CHILLED BEEF

    The latest experimental shipment of Australian chilled beef brought by the Mooltan is regarded by many meat experts as proving the commercial possibility of carrying ...

    Article : 127 words
  19. Royal--Our Miss Gibbs.

    The sparkling musical production Our Miss Gibbs celebrated its fif[?]th performance for the season at the matinee on Saturday, and at it and the evening presentation there were large ...

    Article : 173 words
  20. BAY STEAMER ASHORE.

    GEELONG, Sunday.--Very rough conditions prevailed in the Bay this evening, when a strong northerly wind came up. At Portarlington the Bay steamer ...

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  21. MRS. BONNEY AT KARACHI.

    Mrs. Bonney, the Australian airwoman flying to England, arrived here at 1.35 p.m. to-day. She said that, notwithstanding the mechanical troubles she had ...

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  22. PICTURE THEATRES.

    Cavalcade, the film based on Noel Coward's Drury-lane musical play, was presented at the Plaza Theatre on Saturday to a packed house, which lost itself sadly, ...

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  23. LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR AT COLAC.

    COLAC, Sunday.--Colac was crowded with people on Saturday, when an Empire day celebration took place. The centre section of Murray-street, close to the shire ...

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  24. CARMELITE NOVITIATE.

    A meeting of parishioners of the Carmelite parish of Middle Park was held in the parish hall yesterday afternoon, to take steps to commemorate the memory ...

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  25. MOTORING ACCIDENTS.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.--A man was kilted and a woman seriously injured in a collision between a motor car and a motor cycle at Bankstown this afternoon. The ...

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  26. FORTHCOMING EVENTS.

    On his return to Melbourne on Saturday after a hurried business trip to Brisbane Mr. Ernest Rolls; the theatrical producer, announced that he would present a new ...

    Article : 91 words
  27. PIRATES AGAIN !

    Pirates attacked the Hong Kong coastal steamer Prominent last evening, close to British waters. Fourteen pirates armed with, revolvers ...

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  28. CHICAGO WORLD FAIR.

    Mr. Farley, Postmaster-General, acting for President Roosevelt, who was detained in Washington by the press of official business, to-day officially opened ...

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  29. Music In the Air.

    According to present arrangements, the first production in Australia of Music in the Air will be given by J. C. Williamson's new company in Melbourne. The principals will include Miss ...

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  30. CYCLIST'S SKULL FRACTURED.

    When a collision occurred about 7.15 a.m. on Saturday between a motor car and a motor cycle in Latrobe-street the cyclist, Gordon Wood, eighteen years, a ...

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  31. THE 1916 REBELLION.

    A remarkable story connected with the Easter week rebellion in Ireland in 1916 is told in the "Irish Press" after the lapse of seventeen years by Count ...

    Article : 185 words
  32. SALVATION ARMY.

    The jubilee of South Melbourne corps of the Solvation Army was commenced on Saturday. In 1883, when the suburb wad Still known as Emerald Hill, the corps was ...

    Article : 357 words
  33. TWO MEN KNOCKED DOWN.

    STAWELL, Sunday.--A serious motor accident happened on Friday night on the Green's Creek-road, about a mile from Stawell. Mr. Richardson, of North ...

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  34. AERIAL SURVEY.

    VLS KZ (Via Alice Springs), Sunday. --Members of the Mackay aerial survey expedition arrived at Hermansburg on Wednesday afternoon. After leaving ...

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  35. Capitol--Madame Butterfly.

    In Madame Butter[?]ly. which commenced a season at the Capitol Theatre on Saturday, no attempt has been made to trans, for the popular opera to the screen; but ...

    Article : 285 words
  36. BENDIGO MUSICAL COMPETITIONS.

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  37. FOOTBALLERS INJURED.

    SWAN HILL. Sunday.--A collision occurred on the Swan Hill-Nyah road on Saturday night between a motor truck and a car. The truck, in which were ...

    Article : 138 words
  38. M.P.'s SON ARRESTED IN PARIS.

    Mr. John Amery, a son of Mr. Amery, M.P. the English politician, who ran away from England with Miss Una Wing, a young actress, and married her in ...

    Article : 89 words
  39. WILLS AND ESTATES.

    Charlc[?]te Macpherson, late of Goshen near Swan Hill. widow, who died on 12th October last, left by will dated 8th August, 1932, personal property valued at £4210 to her children. ...

    Article : 36 words
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