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  2. NEW CHIEF JUSTICE

    Cabinet decided upon the appointment this afternoon, and Sir John's acceptance was received by the Prime Minister (Mr. Lyons) to-night. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  3. ITALY'S WARNING TO WORLD

    The Rome correspondent of "The Times" says it is bitterly complained in Rome that the League of Nations not only has acted wholly illegally in respect to the Italo-Abyssinian dispute, but has shown itself ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  4. RECORD PRICE FOR WOOL

    The new season's wool sales opened at Geelong to-day encouragingly, an Australian record for the season for merino of 22½d was established, but a ...

    Article : 204 words
  5. ROMANCE AT EVENTIDE

    After a courtship extending over three or four months, the marriage was celebrated in Toowoomba to-night of Mrs. Alvina Windekencht ...

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  6. BRITAIN TO ARM FOR PEACE

    (Courier-Mail Special Cable.) Without revoKing me policy of collective security through the League, and without doing anything dramatic, the Government, in ...

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  7. 1000 DESERTERS PURSUED BY ITALIAN 'PLANES

    Three bombing attacks by 16 aeroplanes in Ogaden were followed this morning by a vigorous offensive by a strong Italian force. A thousand native deserters from Eritrea are heading for ...

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  8. 5 PER CENT, ADVANCE IN SYDNEY

    A good selection, comprising 10,395 bales, was offered at the Sydney wool sales to-day, and 10,005 bales were sold at auction and an additional 1059 ...

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  9. VAGUENESS OF WAR REPORTS

    The Abyssinian campaign is remarkable for the vagueness of the newspaper dispatches and the absence of eyewitnesses' accounts of battles. ...

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  10. ROUND WORLD AIR RACE

    The Paris correspondent of the "Dally Mail" says the itinerary for the first round-the-world air race, to be held in connection with the ...

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  11. COUNTRY PARTY DEFIED

    Defying a request by the Parliamentary Country Party to attend a special meeting to-night Senator E. B. Johnston of Western Australia ...

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  12. MONEY FOR BIGGER NAVY

    It is understood that financial circles are now favorable to financing Britain's naval building programmed by a defence loan of £150,000,000. ...

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  13. AKSUM ALMOST SURROUNDED

    The "Daily Mall" states that two Italian columns practically surround Aksum. The Monks in charge of the sacred relics have fled with the bulk ...

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  14. MINISTER ORDERED TO LEAVE ADDIS ABABA

    The Minister and staff of the Italian Legation have been ordered by the Emperor to leave Addis Ababa immediately. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  15. SCENE IN FEDERAL PARLIAMENT

    Protests in the House of Representatives late to-night by both sections of the Labour Party against the action of the Government in ...

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  16. BIG FEDERAL SURPLUS

    With a continued influx of imports, causing a boom in Customs revenue, and unexpectedly heavy sales tax and post office receipts. Commonwealth ...

    Article : 225 words
  17. IMMEDIATE APPEAL TO PEOPLE

    The general election will definitely take place in November. Parliament will reassemble on October 22. The deciding factor in influencing ...

    Article : 73 words
  18. LABOUR UNITY TERMS

    A meeting of the New South Wales branch of the Federal Labour Party to-night rejected the proposed terms of unity decided upon at a meeting ...

    Article : 114 words
  19. NATIONS ATTITUDE TO SANCTIONS

    It is understood that the British Government is satisfied that all the dominions will support its plan for specific economic sanctions. ...

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  20. DISQUIET AT ROME

    The Rome correspondent of the "Daily Telegraph" says the city is growing apprehensive at the absence of casualty reports, despite the ...

    Article : 147 words
  21. SMALL CARGOES TO ITALY

    Commercial and shipping interests connected with Italy are watching the sanctions position closely, but so far no action has been taken. Passengers ...

    Article : 207 words
  22. CASKET DRAWING THIS EVENING

    There are a few tickets left in Golden Casket No. 423. These will be on sale at city agents' premises to-day, and it is expected they will all ...

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  23. GRAZIER BURNED TO DEATH

    Alone when a fire broke out at his homestead 20 miles from Gunnedah, Victor James McIlrick (60), a well-known crazier, was burned to death ...

    Article : 179 words
  24. CONFERENCE FAVOURED

    The South Australian Labour Conference to-night recommended that a special unity conference be held in Melbourne in January. ...

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  25. AUSTRALIA'S TRADE WILL SUFFER

    No official information has been received by the Government about the League Council's decision to recommend the imposition on economic ...

    Article : 269 words
  26. CRISIS IN GREECE

    The Greek Cabinet has resigned. The leaders of the army called on the Premier (M. Tsaldaris) this morning, and demanded the immediate ...

    Article : 58 words
  27. MINE STRIKE ENDS

    The strike of employees at Mount Coolon gold mine, which commenced on April 10 last, has ended, and men will resume work to-day. Messrs. A. ...

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  28. ITALIAN ACTIVITIES AT MALTA

    It is officially explainer that seven Italians have been deported from Malta because the military authorities possessed evidence of activities ...

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  29. BRITISH 'PLANE CRASH AT BRUSSELS

    The Scylla, one of the latest machines to be put on the Croydon-Brussels route, crashed and overturned while landing at Brussels this ...

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  30. SYDNEY ENCIRCLED BY BUSHFIRES

    A ring of bush fires encircled Sydney to-day and to-night. The dry weather and a strong wind caused scores nf outbreaks, and metropolitan ...

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  31. BENEFICIAL RAIN IN VICTORIA

    Excellent general rains fell in Victoria last night and to-day. Occurring at a vital period they assure the best season in the wheat belt for many years ...

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  32. AUSTRALIA INVOLVED AUTOMATICALLY

    The view expressed by the is, to the best of my belief, the view on the constitutional position shared by the Prime Minister of Canada, but not by ...

    Article : 106 words
  33. PETROL COMMISSION'S REPORT

    Replying to Mr. McCall (D.A.P., New South Wales) in the House of Representatives to-day the Prime Minister (Mr. Lyons) said the ...

    Article : 84 words
  34. LLOYD'S RATES RISE

    News was received in Brisbane yesterday that Lloyd's insurance rate on cargoes carried by ships through the Mediterranean are now quoted at 15 ...

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  35. HENRY LAWSON'S HOME

    The Prime Minister (Mr. Lyons), in the House of Representatives to-day, told Mr. Garden (Lang Labour, New South Wales) that consideration ...

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  36. PRICE OF GOLD

    The price of gold to-day was £7/1/9 an ounce fine. The dollar was quoted at 4.90 7-16 to the pound sterling, and the franc 75 7-16. Previous ...

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