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  3. BALDWINS REPLY

    The British Embassy announced on Monday that Mr. Baldwin has informed the British Ambassador at Washington (Sir Esme Howard), that he ...

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  4. SERIOUS RISK

    A warning of the risk of bathing in the Molonglo River, owing to the present standard of purity in the Molonglo River, was issued by the ...

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  5. BRIBE

    It is said that last week Major Jarvic, in accordance with regular procedure, interviewed the Chief Secretary[?] on behalf of one of his constitutents, who ...

    Article : 173 words
  6. DREARY BATTING BY ENGLISHMEN

    The wicket was still in excellent condition when the first test match resumed at the Exhibition Ground to-day. Hammond 11 and Mead 40 ...

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  7. DESPITE IM. [?]OVEMENT IN CONDITION

    A bulletin issued at 8.15 a.m., said the slight improvement in His Majesty[?] condition this morning has been main [?]ined. His temperature is [?]er ...

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  8. COMPLIANCE

    The Foreign Secretary, Sir Austen Chamberlain) was asked in the House of Commons wheither it was the opinion of the Government that Germany ...

    Article : 115 words
  9. PIDDINGTON

    Speaking at the declaration of the Macquaric poll[?] Mr. A. G. Manning, the defeated Nationalist candidate, said they had to look for a reason for ...

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  10. UNPARALLELED ANXIETY

    Lloyd George, speaking at a dinner of the English Speaking Union, said: "I have never in my whole life witnessed such intense anxiety in all ...

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  11. CABINET

    Cabinet meetings were resumed in Canberra yesterday when a full meeting of Ministers, with the exceptio of Dr. Earle Page (Federal ...

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  12. HOME SECRETARY'S SPEECH

    Sir Joynson Hicks, speaking at the Constitutional Club, said: "There is a feeling of anxiety, but there is a feeling of hope that the news to-day will ...

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  13. INQUIRY

    The Prime Minister, Mr. Bruce, made available yesterday the personnel of the trib[?]mal which the Government proposes to appoint to inquire ...

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  14. WINE INDUSTRY

    Consideration of the present position of the wine industry is to be brought before the notice of the Commonwealth Board of Trade at its ...

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  15. ENGLAND DECLARES AT 345

    Ryder relieved Hendry at 207 and Hendren hooked his last ball to the fence [?]ronmonger was howling very accurately and both batsmen tound it ...

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  16. BIG FOUR

    The "Big Four," who are touring Australia, will visit Canbera about December 20, and will remain here until the beginning of the New Year. ...

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  17. TOURIST BUREAU

    Offers of assistance in the boosting of tourists to Canberra have been tendered the Canberra Tourist Burean bu all other State bureaus. ...

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  18. MYSTERY PLANE

    The United States Navy "mystery" airplane was demolished when it fell 3,000, feet over, the Naval Air Station when the right wing dropped off ...

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  19. INDUSTRIAL PEACE

    Mr. J. Rymer[?] the president of the Queensland Australian Railways Union, who p[?]ed through Sydney to-day, [?]n route for Melbourne to [?]end the ...

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  20. LATE LORD TENNYSON

    In connection with the death of Lord Te[?]son, the Governor-General, Lord [?]haven, sent a message yesterday to Lady Tennyson[?] at Fre[?]water, [?]sle ...

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  21. STATE PREMIERS

    Mr. Bavin announced after the meeting of State Cabinet to-day that it had been decided an informal conference of State Pre[?]ers be held at ...

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  22. PRAYER BOOK

    Mr. Baldwin in answering a question in the House of Commons, suggesting that legislation forbids the publication of the amended prayer book not ...

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  23. CONFERENCE EXPENSES

    Expenses in connection with the hold[?] of the Industrial Peace Conference which is taking place in Australia, will be contributed to by the Commonwealth ...

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  24. MINERS COLLAPSE

    While working in a Wallsend colliery yesterday. two miners, father and son, collapsed. Others were affected. but managed to rush out of the pit in time[?] ...

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