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  4. BRUCE WARNS NATIONALISTS

    Mr. Bruce, in his address to the annual conference of the National Federation, today, boldly declared that unless Nationalism was revivified Labor Would be returned to power at the next Federal election. ...

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  5. NEW COMET

    As reported in "The Herald" yesterday, a new comet has been discovered in the northern hemisphere. The comet appears to be moving ...

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  6. WONTHAGGI MINE FIRE

    WONTHAGGI, Tuesday. -- The inquest on the two victims of the recent mine disaster was opened in Wonthaggi Town Hall ...

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  7. PRIME MINISTER'S JOB

    "This task of being Prime Minister is not a bit humorous; it is not at all pleasant." This was Mr. Bruce's confession. ...

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  8. WORLD'S RICHEST BACHELOR

    Sir Basil Zaharoff, the mystery man of Europe, a millionaire Greek knight, reputed to be worth £20,000,000 and the richest bachelor ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. FOOTBALL AT 70

    The meeting, of old-time footballers at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, on Friday, is creating extraordinary interest among all ...

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  10. FALCKE CASE

    "The Herald" has decided to appeal against the verdict of the jury in the case in which Captain Shirley Falcke, ...

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  11. MELBA OUT AGAIN

    For the first time since her recent illness, Dame Nellie Melba left Coombe Cottage this morning. Accompanied by her son and ...

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  12. STOP PRESS

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  13. MR. MARKS AND NAVY

    "Has Mr. Marks, M.H.R., been given any authority to speak in England on behalf of the Commonwealth, regarding naval matters and advise the ...

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  14. MOUAT INQUEST

    Mr. D. Berriman, the coroner, will, at 9 a.m. tomorrow, open the inquiry into the death of Archie Mouat, 6[?] years, whose mutilated body was ...

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  15. POPULAR CUP FANCY

    Comique, one of Scobie's horses, who was fancied for the Melbourne Cup, was withdrawn from that event at 4.15 this afternoon. ...

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  16. CAPTIVE WOMEN

    Mr. Fenton (Lab., vic.), in the House of Representatives this afternoon, drew attention to the fact that the wet season would soon set in in ...

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  17. SHOW VISITORS

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  18. JAPANESE SHIPS OPPOSED

    SYDNEY Tuesday.--The efforts of Japanese shippers to cut rates in the Australian-Great Britain trade is creating discussion in Sydney. ...

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  19. EMBARGO ON TASMANIAN CONSULTATION

    Addressing Mr. Gibson the Postmaster-General, who appeared in the House of Representatives today for the first time since his trip abroad, ...

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  20. WEATHER FORECAST

    Cloudy generally; more rain, chiefly on the south from the highlands. Winds between north and west. ...

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  23. BOY KILLED IN MOTOR COLLISION

    While riding on the back of a motor cycle driven by Mr. Vickery, Adder street, Burnley, this afternoon, Thomas Hall, 13 12, Wells street, ...

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  24. ABORIGINES TRAIN FOR PRIESTHOOD

    BRISBANE, Tuesday.--Two Australian aborigines, after 4 12 years as deacons of the Anglican Church under the Bishop of Carpentaria, are to be ...

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  25. WARSHIP NOT BEING SENT

    The Secretary to the Naval Board today denied the rumor in Brisbane that the authorities had agreed to send the warship Geranium now at ...

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  26. CARLTON'S FOOTBALL TEAM 54 YEARS AGO

    The photograph was taken in 1870 at the historic spot in Royal park from which the exploring party, of Burke and wills set out on the ill-fated expedition in a 18[?]. Among those in the picture are (1) Ben James, Carlton's first secretary; (2) Jack Conway, who captained the team and who in 1878 was manager or the first Australian Eleven of cricketers who visited England; (3) Dave Adamson; and (4) Colonel Robertson. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  27. LORD STRADBROKE ILL

    Lord Stradbroke, the Governor who has been suffering from a bad attack of influenza, is confined to his bed at the Government Cottage, ...

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