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  4. CABINET AT GRIPS WITH RELIEF PROBLEM

    With the return of the Premier (Sir Stanley Argyle) from New South Wales today, the Cabinet, which is meeting this afternoon, will now concentrate on the two major problems confronting it -- the balancing of the Budget and the relief of ...

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  5. ANOTHER ENGLAND-AUSTRALIA AIRMAN

    Mr Richard Allen, the son of Mr H. G. Allen, of Clendon Road, Toorak, who, with Mr Hugh Wright (another Australian), will ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 41 words
  6. TUGS "SPEED" ON THE YARRA

    The masters of two steam tugboats were each fined £2, with £246 costs, in the District Court today for "speeding" in the Yarra, ...

    Article : 260 words
  7. WHY MR LATHAM IS STAYING IN LONDON

    The return to Australia of the Commonwealth [?]ttorney-General (Mr Latham) has been suddenly [?]ostponed, at the behest of the British Government, because of important international developments which ...

    Article : 691 words
  8. The Official Hat Minder!

    This was the method adopted by an apprentice on the Flemington tracks today to keep in safe custody the hats of some of the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. "SECRET SERVICE DOCUMENTS"

    SYDNEY, Thursday. -- A sensation was caused in Sydney today by the publication in The Daily Telegraph of a document ...

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  11. FUNDING OUR DEBTS

    Referring to the latest Commonwealth trade returns as showing a surplus (including bullion and specie) of 8 millions sterling above ...

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  12. Mollison And His Fiancee

    Mr J. A. Mollison and Miss Amy Johnson photographed together at a London hotel, immediately after their engagement was announced last month. (By airmail today). ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  13. SWEETENING PILLS FOR S. AMERICA

    When the freighter Canadian Constructor leaves Melbourne, she will carry a ton of special sugar for coating pills, made at Valparaiso. South ...

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  15. TOBACCO SHOPS FACE CRISIS

    Tobacco price cutting has been revived by a number of tobacconists who have opened throughout Melbourne, and are selling at 1d. and 2d. a packet and tin ...

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  16. Putting Motorists "On the Spot"

    Melbourne police are opposed to the suggestion that they should be empowered to impose fines "on the spot" for traffic offences. ...

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  17. FINAL RATES DAY

    Tomorrow is the last day for the payment of municipal rates. Interest at the rate of six per cent, will be charged on all rates unpaid after ...

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  18. GROCER TO PAY £140 FOR BROKEN PROMISE

    The Supreme Court Prothonotary (Mr J. B. Richards) assessed damages at £140 today in the case in which Lily Humphreys, of Norris Street, Sunshine, ...

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  19. CHEAP VEGETABLES

    Vegetables were cheap at the Victoria market today. Firm cauliflowers brought [?] 2d, to 3d., and some even fell to [?]Cabbages were marked from 1d. ...

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  20. MRS E. COWAN

    PERTH, Thursday. -- The death occurred today of Mrs Edith Cowan, O.B.E., the first woman member of Parliament in Australia. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  21. In Other Pages

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  22. RUGBY AT SCOTCH

    Rugby football is gaining a small place among the sports played at Victorian public schools with the formation of a Rugby Union club at Scotch College. ...

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  23. All This For One Shilling!

    Fresh vegetables are a glut on the market just now. A Herald photographer purchased this amount for 1 today at the Victoria Markets. The most expensive item was the bag, which he bought to take away his purchases. It cost twopence. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  24. SATURDAY'S ELECTIONS

    The issues in the New South Wales and Queensland elections are so important, and results will be awaited with such keen interest, that The Herald has ...

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  25. TODAY'S MARKETS

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  26. TODAY'S TEMPERATURES

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