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  4. Family Notices

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    Family Notices : 2,010 words
  5. SOLDIER SETTLERS

    The statement of the lamentable condition of the soldier settlements in New South Wales, as a result of the failure of the State and Federal Governments to find the funds ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. INTERIM SUPPLY.

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday--A sufficient, but not overwhelming, batch of senators to-day appeared to deal with the interim Supply Bui, which passed the other House last Friday. The ...

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  7. ELECTION FUNDS.

    Among the applications before the City Council last night for the use of Prince Alfred Park for a carnival was one from the Phillip branch of the A.L.P. ...

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  8. DAY BY DAY.

    If the Federal authorities have definitely decided not to send any of our idle warships in search of the missing Can[?] common community will require some more ...

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  9. THE BRITISH COAL STRIKE.

    The settlement of the coal strike will bring to an end one of the most lamentable episodes in the history of British industry. The dispute lists surpassed all others of ...

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  10. THE JAPANESE TREATY.

    A speech of unusual force and some eloquence was delivered by Senator Bakhap, of Tasmania, against the Japanese Treaty. There was no inclination by other members to debate the ...

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  11. A DISILLUSIONED TREASURER.

    The State Treasurer, Mr. Lang. expresses surprise as well as concern at the failure or the million-pound loan issued with an earmark for the improvement of our public ...

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  12. THE CENSUS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 385 words
  13. PAPUAN AFFAIRS.

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday.--Criticism by Mr. T. J. M'Mahon, of the state of public affairs in Papua, as well as in former German New Guinea, has drawn from the Minister for Home ...

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  14. NEW ENGLISH CAPTAIN.

    For the third test match the English selectors have decided to make some drastic changes in the team, and to give youth a chance. Tennyson, who batted so well in the ...

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  15. DAVIS CUP EXPENSES

    WELLINGTON, N.Z., Tuesday.--The New Zealand. Tennis Association has instructed its delegate to the annual meeting of the Australasian body, being held to-morrow, to call for ...

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  16. A FEDERAL EXPLANATION.

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday.--Mr. Marks (N.S.W.) drew attention in the House of Representatives to the remark made by Mr. Lang, New South Wales Treasurer, that soldier ...

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  17. MR. LARKIN.

    MELBOURNE. Tuesday.--Up to the present the resignation of Mr. Larkin as London manager of the Commonwealth Shipping Line has not been formally accepted. It is now ...

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  18. PERSONAL.

    Mr. H. A. G. Curry (President of the Lands Appeal Court), who has been abesnt from duty for some time through Illness, resumed his seat at the sittings of the Court at ...

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  19. COMMONWEALTH BONDS

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday,--A question was put to tho. Federal Treasurer this evening in the House of Representatives as to what he had done in the way of reducing Commonwealth ...

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  20. COCKATOO DOCK.

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday.--In the House of Representatives to-day, the Acting-Prime Minister was asked when there would be a resumption at Cockatoo Dockyards. ...

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