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  3. REVOLUTION

    The first bloodshed in the Mexican revolution was reported to-day in five States, as the Government and Revolutionists settled what appeared to be ...

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  4. CRICKET

    New South Wales deteated South Australia in the Sheffield Shield match which was concluded at the Sydney Cricket Ground to-day, by 60 runs. ...

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  5. FINANCIAL AGREEMENT

    On the resum[?]tion of the debate on the financial agreement bill to-day, the Prime Minister moved that tlie bill be treated as an urgent measure. This ...

    Article : 1,680 words
  6. MIGRATION

    The Australian Press Association un derstands that the Australia House migra[?] officials are perturbed at the migration position, which is expected ...

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  7. LODGED BY THIRD COMMISSIONER

    When the Commission meeting began at 2.30 yesterday atternoon, Sir John Butters said: "I notice with interest that there is only one member ...

    Article : 543 words
  8. Difficulties Confronting Master Builders

    Dr. Watson sild that there had been serious complaints made by master builders? regarding payments by the Commission in final settlements of ...

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  9. KING BETTER

    The King passed a good day, and the sun shene brightly throughout. After sitting in the sun most of the day, His Majesty went to his bedroom in the ...

    Article : 85 words
  10. NOT AFTER "BIZ"

    President Hoover after a conference on his [?] international problem, deelded he would not accept the policy of shipping munitions over the United ...

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  11. RUSSIA'S FUTURE

    "Bolshevis[?] is dead: Stalin is losing power, and Trotsky is politically dead," said Karensky when interviewed. He asserted that the present ...

    Article : 98 words
  12. FINAL TEST

    "Barrackers, and the absence of Ames, Chapman, and White are factors which might lead to a bad boating in Melbourne, says the sporting editor of ...

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  13. RHINELAND PROBLEM

    Sir Austen Chamberlain, expressed the opinion to press representatives, that no conclusion could be reached on the question either of the ...

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  14. "DRY" EXAMPLE

    It is announced that the first step in President Hoover's attempt to render the nation "dry" will be an effort to "dry" Washington by means ...

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  15. PLAGUE GERMS

    In the House of Commons to-lay, the Right Hon. Sir Laming, Worthington--Evans said, in reply to a question ask[?] ed by Lieut. Communder J. M. ...

    Article : 115 words
  16. MOIR AND OWEN

    Molr and Owen, interviewed by the Australian Press Association stated that the Jaguar engine had been installed[?] the Vickers Vel[?]ore plane. A few ...

    Article : 165 words
  17. WHOLESALE THEFTS

    At the Burwood Court to-day, Charley Bentley, railway guard, was charged with the alleged wholesale thefts of parcels consigned from Moss Vale to ...

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  18. SPANISH DICTATOR

    Following General De Rivera's statement that he smelt petrol in foreign criticisms of, his dictatorship, he now states in reply to such criticisms that ...

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  19. INTERNATIONAL COURT

    Mr. Erau Root, ex-secretary for State of the United States, conferred with M. Briand and submitted a formula which would enable America ...

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  20. TRAIN SMASH

    A goods train, which was standing at Belbena siding early this moring, broke away and-rushed down the incline. Several employees had narrow ...

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  21. KANOWNA WRECK

    The Marine [?]ourt of Inquiry to-day Included its inquiry, into the loss of. the Kanowna. The Court held that an prror of judgement on the part of ...

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  22. 8000 MILES

    The American millionare. Van Leur Black left Prctoria this morning on the last Mage of his 8000 mile night. He landed at Capetwon at 4 o'clock. ...

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