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  3. ARBITRATION

    The combined committee of the A.C.T.U. is organising a demonstration against the proposed abandonment of Federal Arbitration to be held in the ...

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  4. LATE DR. DUFFIELD

    More than 150 people were present at the ceremony which was conducted by Dr. Radford, Bishop of Goulburn," assisted by the Revs. W. J. Edwards ...

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  5. NO BENEFITS

    James Maxton, M.P., was frankly critical of the Labour Government in an inaugural speech at the Independent Labour Party's summer school at ...

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  6. TO MAINTAIN N.S.W. SUPPLIES

    The State Treasurer (Mr. Stevens) to-day conferred with the Premier of South Australia (Mr. Butler) [?]n the question of ...

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  7. POLICE CAPTURE TWO BANDITS

    Shortly after 7.15 p.m. Michael Briggs, after counting up the takings from his butcher's shop in Abercrombie Street, Redfern, where he lived ...

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  8. GAS RESTRICTIONS GO

    The Gas Emergency Board met today and decided to suspend all restrictions on the use of gas for the present. ...

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  9. VIMY RIDGE

    The whole Empire was represented at Arras when the Secretary for War (Mr. Thomas Shaw), speaking in French presented six stained-glass ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  10. 500 MORE UNEMPLOYED

    During the week, 500 men engaged on the Melbourne Harbour Trust's floating plant have received notice of dismissal. This is the result of the ...

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  11. THE JAMBOREE

    Twenty thousand scouts and 10,000 visitors participated in the Arrowe Park service of thanksgiving for the success of the movement. ...

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  12. UNIFICATION

    The Prime Minister (Mr. Bruce) today refused to comment on the state[?] ment by the Minister for Home Affairs (Abbott) in support of ...

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  13. 31 LOST

    A pleasure boat entering the Obstend Harbour, collided close to the wharf with another boat, which was leaving the wharf, and sunk immediately. ...

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  14. Melbourne's Alarming Tota.

    The total number of armed hold-up[?] in Melbourne during the past three weeks has reached 25. While Mrs. Peterson and Miss ...

    Article : 191 words
  15. SERVICES WILL BE SAFEGUARDED

    The secretary of the Victorian branch of the Seamen's Union, C O'Neill, has received a letter from the Federal Attorney-General (Mr. Latham), in ...

    Article : 112 words
  16. FASCIST PRISONERS

    tHE "Daily Chronicle's" Paris correspondent says that Mussolini has lost three redoubtable prisoners who were banished to the arid island of Lotari. ...

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  17. SEAMEN'S REPLY

    O'Neill reply says: "The threat you make can be taken only as an expression of willingnes on your part to ally yourself with a few rebellious ...

    Article : 173 words
  18. HOAX BY BOYS

    Three boys, whose ages range from 13 to 15 years, residing at Enfield, informed the police that they were accosted by a man with a handkerchie[?] ...

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  19. HAND BLOWN OFF

    Robert Donney, 11, of Newtown, had his right hand blown off by a detonator, which he picked up in a street in Newtown to-day. ...

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  20. EX-WAR LORD

    As the result of a serious shooting affray at the Beppu Japanese hot spring on Saturday, Changsungchang, former War Lord, together with his private ...

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  21. EGYPT

    Mahmoud Pasha has telegraphed from London an appeal to the Egyptian people announcing that after long and difficult negotiations, he has ...

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  22. HUGE SWINDLE

    An extraordinary story was heard in the First Civil Court to-day when a case in which J. E. Hunt Ltd., tobacco merchants of Melbourne, are ...

    Article : 320 words
  23. SYDNEY HOLD-UP

    Detectives are investigating an alleged hold-up at Randwick last night. when Harry Joseph is stated to have been robbed of £40 by a man who ...

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  24. FAMILY ENDOWMENT

    A statement by the Minister for Lands (Mr. Ball), that he hoped the Government would remove as soon as possible the financial burden of the ...

    Article : 99 words
  25. SEASIDE TRAGEDY

    Three men and a woman were drowned while bathing in Juhu, a Bombay seaside resort. All the victims were prominent parsees. ...

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  26. EMPLOYMENT

    A net reduction of 30 employees was effected in the Commission's out-door departments last week. The constructional section, ...

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  27. BRUTAL ASSAULT

    The Police expect to make an early arrest in connection with the brutal attack on Cassie Patterson whose head was battered with a hammer at her ...

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  28. BAN ON LARWOOD

    The "Daily Chronicle" states that No[?]s Cicket Club has forbidden Larwood to write to the Press as a result of the attack on the Yorkshire team ...

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  29. MYSTERIOUS FLAMES

    The Spanish motor ship Columbia reported to the Navigation Department yesterday the sighting of "floating objects at sea," which the o[?]lcers of the ...

    Article : 113 words
  30. COAL PROFITS

    In public sitting to-day, the Coal Commission rejected the claim that profits derived from the sale of land together with interest on investiments ...

    Article : 65 words
  31. SMILING FRONTS

    Eleven hundred ex-service men and their wives left Victoria Station to visit the battlefields on the 15th anniversary of the outbreak of war. It was ...

    Article : 59 words
  32. DUCHESS OF YORK'S BIRTHDAY

    The Duchess of York celebrated her 29th birthday qu[?]etly at Welbeck Abbey as the guest of the Duke and Duchess of Portland. ...

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