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  2. HIGH COURT JUDGES.

    MELBOURNE, March 15.—In the House of Representatives on Friday during the debate on the no confidence motion, Mr. J. A. Lyons ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  3. DIPHTHERIA OUTBREAK.

    POINT BARROW, March 15.—The diphtheria scourge is again sweeping the North-West of Alaska. ...

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  4. CAUCUS DOMINATION

    MELBOURNE, March 15.—"I do not approve and will not support the resolution of the party, which I agree is repudiation which is dishonest and disastreus. A telegram from the Vice-President of the Executive Council, stating that steps are being ...

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  5. A.L.P. CONFERENCE.

    SYRNEY, March 14.—Though no provision has been made for it in the 420 resolutions on the agenda paper, the big Federal ...

    Article : 1,110 words
  6. NAVAL AGREEMENT.

    ROME, March 14.—The naval agreement leaves no victors and no vanquished. It is a victory for fair play and commonsense ...

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  7. BUNKER AFIRE.

    BRISBANE, March 15.—A fire in the between decks' bunker on the starboard side of the New Zealand Steamer Co's Hurunui ...

    Article : 310 words
  8. IMPOTENT GOVERNMENT

    CANBERRA, March 15.—Mr. J. Curtin, M.P., stated to-day that it appeared to be conclusive that the Labor Government could not ...

    Article : 220 words
  9. THE BRITISH CABINET.

    LONDON, March 15.—The King has approved of the appointments of Lord Ponsonby as Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster in succession to ...

    Article : 203 words
  10. BROADCASTING OF SPEECHES.

    MELBOURNE, March 15.—An innovation in political broadcasting took place on Saturday night when the speech made by Mr. J. A. Lyons in ...

    Article : 66 words
  11. SCANTY COMMENT

    CANBERRA, March 15.—Commenting on the publication of the cable messages exchanged between himself and Messrs. Fenton and ...

    Article : 147 words
  12. THE OXLEY SEAT.

    BRISBANE, March 15.—The persistent rumor that Mr. Theodore will be a candidate for selection for the Oxley seat in opposition to Mr. ...

    Article : 209 words
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    Mr. Justice M'Tiernan, ex-Labor M.P. for Parkes, whose appointment to the High Court bench was the subject of ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  14. "BLEEDING TO DEATH."

    MELBOURNE, March 15.—"We are not going to sit down and wait for events to transpire. Our immediate intention is to ...

    Article : 630 words
  15. BOUND AND GAGGED.

    MELBOURNE, March 15.—Nellia Drinkwater (25) was attacked by a man in her home at Moonee Ponds this afternoon during the absence of ...

    Article : 195 words
  16. BRITISH BY-ELECTION.

    LONDON, March 15.—It is facetiously suggested by the political correspondent of the News-Chronicle' but with a basis of fact, that an ...

    Article : 300 words
  17. BRITISH TRADE.

    BUENOS AYRES, March 14.—The Union Jack flew to-day in Palermo Park from the fastest craft on earth and sea and sky ...

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  18. PETROL IGNITES.

    SYDNEY, March 15.—Miss Shirley House, of Waverley, who was badly burnt some days ago when the car in which she was seated with her ...

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  19. COLLAPSE IN PULPIT.

    AUCKLAND, March 15.—"Even so come Lord Jesus, come quickly." With these words Mr. W. Beattie, Minister of the Catholic Apostolic Church who ...

    Article : 52 words
  20. SUCCESSFUL BROADCAST.

    LONDON, March 14.—The address delivered by the Prince of Wales at the opening of the Exhibition was broadcast throughout Great Britain. ...

    Article : 76 words
  21. QUALIFIED FOR ARMY.

    LONDON, March 15.—How a woman qualified to become an officer in the British Army is revealed in the experience of ...

    Article : 163 words
  22. AUSTRALIA'S OBLIGATIONS.

    LONDON, March 15.—The Minister for the Dominions (Mr. J. H. Thomas) speaking at the Cooperative Building Society's meeting said the ...

    Article : 130 words
  23. MAGISTRATE'S REBUKE.

    "There are only two places where a woman is not allowed to appear without a hat," said Mr. Wyatt Paine, the Magistrate at East Ham recently ...

    Article : 122 words
  24. AUSTRALIA'S PROBLEMS.

    SYDNEY, March 15.—The Trades Hall Council at Newcastle on Friday night decided that neither the Lang repudiation proposals nor Mr. ...

    Article : 73 words
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