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  3. TENNIS PLAYERS

    Mr. Wallis Myers, writing in the "Daily Delegraph," places intenational tennis players in the following order: Cochet, Lacoste, Tilden, Hunter, ...

    Article : 223 words
  4. FOR TWELVE MONTHS ONLY

    Mr. Blakcly, deputy-Leader of the Opposition, in resuming the debate, condemned the present proposals for a representative of the people on the Federal ...

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  5. NEW BILL

    Parliament yesterday granted leave to the Prime Minister, Mr. Bruce, to introduce a bill which relates to trade and customs. ...

    Article : 53 words
  6. ILLEGAL GOVERNMENT

    The Minister for Home and Territories, during consideration in committee of the Seat of Government Administration Bill, in the House of ...

    Article : 422 words
  7. NEW ROLLS

    It is stated that for the purpose of compilation of new voters' register, which will includo women of 21 years to whom the franchise has recently ...

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  8. FOUNDATIONS

    In the House of Representatives yesterday, replying to a question by Mr. Brennan, it was stated by the Minister for Home and Territories, Sir Neville ...

    Article : 60 words
  9. NEW GUINEA

    The expedition which left for New Guinea some time ago under Doctor Brandes returned to Sydney to-day. Members of the expedition flew ...

    Article : 99 words
  10. MR. BALDWIN

    Mr. Baldwin, who has greatly benefitted by his holiday at Aix les Bains, will be back in London on Sunday night. He and Mrs. Baldwin are now ...

    Article : 96 words
  11. AUTOGIRO

    Senor de Lacerba to-day made a [?]light across the English channel in an Autogiro, which [?]he invented. It anded near Boulogne. ...

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  12. LEAGUE OF NATIONS

    A dramatic debate arose in the third committee, regarding the date of the preparatory commission's next meeting. M. Benes declared that the ...

    Article : 460 words
  13. UNEMPLOYED

    A deputation, acting for the unemployed in Canberra, interviewed Sir Neville Howse, the Minister for Home and Territories, yesterday morning. ...

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  14. HUME ELECTION

    The Nationalists regard the forthcoming election in Hume as one of the most interesting and important in the campaign. ...

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  15. TO BE CALLED

    The shipowners to-day, decided to call for free labour at all idle ports, and volunteers will be signed on immediately In a statement issued by the ...

    Article : 126 words
  16. LEGAL ADVICE

    The Returned Soldiers' League is formulating a scheme under which returned soldier settlers may obtain legal assistance at a reasonable [?] to ...

    Article : 97 words
  17. PONY EXAMINED

    A veterinary surgeon look a swa[?] from the saliva of Kellene after he had just been beaten by Myle, in the fourth division of the Flying ...

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  18. RED CROSS

    At a meeting of the council of the Australian Red Cross Society (Canberra Division) held during the week. it was decided to arrange, a series of ...

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  19. Union Will Take Vote

    The Committee of Port Phillip Stevedores Association unanimously recommended the men to accept Judge B[?]eby's award in its entirety, and to offer at ...

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  20. NEW BANDSTAND

    The proposal from the Canberra City Band that the Commission construct a temporary platform[?] at the Acton gardens for the use of the band for ...

    Article : 89 words
  21. WOLUMLA MURDER

    Further inquiries into the murder of John Mulholland, of Wolumla, leads the police to believe that he was trailed by the murderer to Reid's ...

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  22. NEWCASTLE IDLE

    The aharf[?]es again refused work to-day. ...

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  23. ADELAIDE WOOL SALES

    Owing to a continuance of the waterside trouble, the wool sales have been postponed. ...

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  24. "NEVER PLAY AGAIN"

    "I shall nevnr play tennis again, either as an amateur or professional. haven't touched a racquet for months, and I never want to see one again." ...

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  25. POLICEWOMAN

    The assembly listened attentively and applauded Mrs. McDonnell's description of the work of policewomen in South Australia, apropos to the resolution ...

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  26. POWERFUL FLYING BOATS

    A fleet of Blackburn Rolls-Royce [?]is flying boats, the most powerful ever constructed in Britain, are nearing completion in Yorkshire, and will be ...

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  27. PAPERS AT LAW

    In the Banco Court next week, Ezra Norton, son of the late John Norton, newspaper proprietor and director of Truth and Sportsman Ltd., will claim ...

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  28. NEW ZEPPELIN

    A message from Friedrichshaven says that the new Zeppelin, LZ-127, made a trial flight over Lake Constance over a height of 3,000 feet, using petrol, and ...

    Article : 44 words
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