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  2. PREMIER CONDEMNS TARIFF

    CRITICISING the recent decision of the Federal Government to impose tariff quotas and licences on foreign importations, especially ...

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  3. BIGGER TAX CUTS?

    The main features of the skeleton budget which the Treasurer (Mr.Casey) will explain to his colleagues are a reduction in sales tax and a ...

    Article : 111 words
  4. CONFUSION OVER DANZIG

    WHILE the Danzig position is greatly confused, the Warsaw correspondent of "The Times" declares that it is not expected that ...

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  5. ARMOURED CAR FOR BANK'S USE

    BANDITS will have something formidable to contend with in a new type of bullion van which reached Brisbane yesterday for use ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. WILD SCENES IN PARIS

    There were wild scenes In the Champs Elysees last evening, when 10,000 demonstrators, mostly members of the dissolved Crolx de Feu ...

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  7. MANY BIG PROBLEMS

    When the Premier reaches Brisbane to-day he will find that many important tasks await him. Since his departure in December ...

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  8. SHARK KILLS BOY

    GOOD-BYE to my countrymen, God bless you." Gasping out these words a 16-year-old aboriginal, willie, employed at Aukukun ...

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  9. BIG CHANGES PENDING

    The Department of Agriculture and Stock will be reorganised in the near future. Professor Goddard as research ...

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  10. WAS SHIP IN DISTRESS?

    The lifeboat at Queenscliffe was called out shortly before 6 o'clock this morning by mystery flares seen at Port Phillip Heads, indicating a ship ...

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  11. NAZI PRISONERS TORTURED

    The correspondent of. the "News Chronicle" at Brussels says the spokesmen of nine nations attending a European conference detailed examples of ...

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  12. WOMAN MOTORIST PELTED WITH STONES

    A woman motorist, Miss Mary June Morris, of Hopetoun Street, Doomben, was greeted with a hall of stones as she drove from' Birley Street into ...

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  13. MEAT AGREEMENT

    The Minister for Agriculture (Mr. Walter Elliot) is expected to announce very shortly the terms of the Dominions meat agreement. ...

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  14. JAPAN'S IMPORTS OF WOOL

    The newspaper, "Asaht," reports that the past season's wool imports were as follows:—From Australia, 750,000 bales; New Zealand 60,000; South ...

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  15. FRESH LABOUR SPLIT LOOMS

    Union leaders fear that the latest dispute between the A.L.P. and the unions regarding the proposed special conference to overhaul the state ...

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  16. SHOT IN BRAIN WITH PEA RIFLE

    While out shooting yesterday afternoon on the property of his father-in-law, Councillor O. R. Mason, on the Range at Egypt, in the Mt. Whitestone ...

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  17. EXECUTIVE IS CENSURED

    High [?]ghts of a meeting of the Central Council of the Queensland Women's Electoral League yesterday included the passing of a vote of ...

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  18. 900 RUSSIANS IN DANGER

    Nine hundred Russians, mostly fishermen, who were en route to the fishing ? grounds off Kamchatka on board the Soviet vessel Cima. were ...

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  19. MR. LYONS TO SPEAK THIS, WEEK

    Before the Cabinet rises at the end of the week it is expected that the Prime Minister (Mr. Lyons will make an important announcement ...

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  20. SOUTH AFRICAN RUGBY TOUR

    At a conference of representatives from New South Wales, Victoria, and Queensland to-night, the formation of an Australian Rugby Union Board ...

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  21. THIEF AT CROWN LAW OFFICE

    An amazing disregard for the powers of law and order occurred this morning, when a thief entered the Crown Law offices, the headquarters of the ...

    Article : 173 words
  22. ADDITIONAL FLYING DOCTORS

    National sed Flying doctors are to be appointed in all the States of Australia In accordance with an agreement of the Premiers, announced the ...

    Article : 275 words
  23. BOY KILLED BY GELIGNITE

    O. A[?]strand (15), a pupil of the Mount Morgan State High School, was killed when a plug of gelignite exploded In the school grounds this ...

    Article : 147 words
  24. £290 IN CHEQUES STOLEN

    Open cheques of a total value of £290, part of the prize money for the Kensington race meeting last Saturday, were stolen to-day from the offices ...

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  25. WRIT TO BE ISSUED

    The Country Milk Producers' Association decided yesterday to Issue a writ to-day against a wholesale distributing firm for an injunction to ...

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  26. SANCTIONS TO END ON JULY 15

    The Co-ordinating committee of the League of Nations met to-day under the presidency of Senor Vasconcellas (Portugal). ...

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  27. EMPIRE FLYING BOAT TAKES THE AIR

    The "Canopu," the first of Imperial Airways' great flying-boats for the Empire service, designed to make the journey to Australia in a [?] ...

    Article : 118 words
  28. HIT ON HEAD AND ROBBED

    Struck on the head by a bottle while playing a piano in the parlour of a Stanley Street hotel early last night, an elderly visitor from the country was ...

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  29. SPEEDWAY TEAM WERE INVALIDS

    The Daily Mail" discloses that the Australian speedway test riders, who were defeated by England at Manchester on Saturday, were all invalids. ...

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  30. ARSENIC IN WOOL

    Regulations to govern the use of arsenic in the treatment of wool will soon be submitted to the Governor-in-Council. The Minister for Agriculture ...

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  31. AMERICA ANNEXES "NO MAN'S LAND"

    The [?]States will formally annex on August 8 a strip of Colorado land, which oy an anomaly In treaties has actually been "no man's land" ...

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  32. ASSAULT VICTIM DIES

    Admitt[?] to St. vince[?] Hospital on Saturday, suffering from severe head injuries, as a result of an alleged attack by men carrying fence pickets. ...

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  33. RESCUED DOG FIRST

    Although Edwin Fayle (66) was badly burned on the hands and face when the tent In which he was seeping at the rear of a house in Green ...

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  34. FAMILY'S UNLUCKY DAY

    Father and son were Injured In separate accidents this morning. J. R. Byrne, single, was riding a bicycle to work, when his machine was ...

    Article : 113 words
  35. French Visitor is the "Happiest Girl in the World"

    WITH a distinct French accent, and Mademoiselle Daniele Catalan yesterday made claim to being the [?] ...

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  36. NEW ENGLAND HIGHLANDS UNDER MANTLE OF SNOW

    PASSENGERS on the mail train ariving from Sydney this morning reported heavy falls of snow from Walcha Road to as far north as Glen ...

    Article : 185 words
  37. PETER DAWSON NOT RETIRING

    mt. .peter Dawson, the famous, Australian bass-baritone, to-day denied a report emanating from Australia that he intended to retire from his ...

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  38. McARTHUR DISCHARGED ON THEFT CHARGES

    Three charges of their of money form the Sterling Investments Company against J. W. F. McArthur were dismissed to-day, the magistrate stating there was no case to answer. ...

    Article : 38 words
  39. PRICE OF GOLD

    The price of gold to-day was £6/18/ll an ounce fine. The dollar was quoted at 5.02 3-16 to the pound sterling, and the franc at 75!. Previous ...

    Article : 45 words
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