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  2. THE NEW CABINET

    MELBOURNE, Dec. 31.—The following have been appointed by Mr. Lyons as members of the new Cabinet, an official announcement to this effect, being made to-day: MR. J. A. LYONS, Prime Minister and Treasurer. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  3. The New Cunarder.

    Mr. Hector C. Bywater, in the London 'Daily Telegraph,' Naval Correspondent writes from Glasgow on October 6 as follows:— ...

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  4. THIRD TEST MATCH

    MELBOURNE, Dec. 31.—The Australian failed unacount ably on a perfect wicket against the South Africans to-day in the third test match. By the time 25 runs had been scored Ponsford, Bradman and Woodfull were back in the pavilion. Though the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. CABINET PROBLEMS.

    CANBERRA, Dec. 31.—If the Federal seats which are still in doubt go to the United Australia party as seems probable, the Country party ...

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  6. A CHRISTMAS BOX.

    LONDON, Dec. 30.—"That reminds me of my unexpected Christmas box," said Air-Commodore Kingsford Smith when an ...

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  7. Obituary.

    LONDON, Dec. 30.—The death is announced of Mr. Stanley Lane-Pool. (The late Mr. Stanley Lane-Poole, historian and archaeologist, was ...

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  8. LIAISON MINISTER.

    MELBOURNE, Dec. 31.—At the conference of the leaders of the United and Country parties, it is stated that with regard to the ...

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  9. BENSTED AND GILBERT.

    SYDNEY, Dec. 31.—Bensted and Gilbert returned to Brisbane to-night. Holdsworth will be 12th man. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  10. COLONEL BRINSMEAD.

    SINGAPORE, Dec. 31.—Coloner Brinsmead's condition is still serious. he is partially paralysed and is unable to speak. He occsionally is able ...

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  11. SIR GEORGE FOSTER.

    OTTAWA, Dec. 30.—Senator Sir George Foster, for half a century prominent in Canadian public life, died on Wednesday aged 84 years. ...

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  12. STRONG CRITICISM.

    GRAFTON, Dec. 31.—Scathing criticism of Mr. Lyons was made at Grafton by Mr. J. A. J. Hunter, member for Maranoa, on his arrival ...

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  13. SOVIET INTRIGUE.

    LONDON, Dec. 31.—M. Trotsky is behind a new plot to depose M. Stalin, declares the special correspondent of the ...

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  14. COUNTRY PARTY ATTITUDE.

    MELBOURNE, Dec. 31.—In a statement to-day Dr. Earle Page fully outlined the attitude of his patty in regard to the formation of ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  15. PUBLIC WORKS.

    BRISBANE, Dec. 31.—For the year ending June the Works Department intends to spend £425,000 for works carried out by the ...

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  16. GRAVE RESPONSIBILITY.

    MELBOURNE, Dec. 31.—"It will be the object of the Government to do everything in its power to bring about the return of prosperity, and ...

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  17. JOY-RIDDING.

    BRISBANE, Dec. 31—The first prosecution for joy-riding under the Vagrancy Act passed last session of Parliament, was that of William ...

    Article : 110 words
  18. THE MARANOA.

    BRISBANE, Dec. 31.—The latest figures for the Maranoa are: Hunter (C.P.) ... 15,479 Ferricks (Lab.) ... 14,455 ...

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  19. MINING.

    BRISBANE, Dec. 31.—After a week's inspection of the Mount Isa Mines, Mr. J. Webster, director of Mount Isa Mines Ltd., said to-day that he ...

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  20. NO PRIMROSE PATH

    MELBOURNE, Dec. 31.—A Prime Minister elect of the Commonwealth, Mr. J. A. Lyons last night issued the following message to the people: "The coming year I believe, will bring brighter days. There is, however, no primrose path that all may ...

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  21. PERTH LABORITE DEFEATED.

    PERTH, Dec. 31.—The sitting Laborite, Mr. Curtin, was defeated by Mr. W. Watson (Independent) when Mr. H. Watson's preference ...

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  22. W.A. GOLD YIELD.

    The West Australian November gold yield was 53,869oz., values as £228,823, an increase of [?] over November, 1930, and the ...

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  23. N.S. WALES.

    SYDNEY, Dec. 31.—Mr. Dein (United party) is now assured of victory, in Lang, where he holds a lead of 3593 votes over Mr. Mulcahy (Lang ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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