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  4. WEATHER FORECAST

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  5. AUSTRALIA ARMS

    CANBERRA, Thursday. -- Australian suggestions to the Imperial Conference may lead to the ...

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  6. Samoan Chiefs' Novel Strike

    AUCKLAND, Thursday.--Strike tactics have spread to the Samoan chiefs. Members of the Samoa Fono, or Council of District ...

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  7. PACIFIC PACT TALKS HERE?

    The possibility of inviting the Pacific Powers to Australia for a conference on the proposed Pacific Pact has been discussed by the Australian Prime Minister (Mr. Lyons) with his colleagues. ...

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  8. SPIRE SCAFFOLDING GROWS

    GAUNT SCAFFOLDING is beginning to tower into the air at St. Patrick's Cathedral, East Melbourne, where a new spire--the second highest in the Empire--is being built. Workmen are seen at the bottom of the scaffolding, through which a lift runs. The spire is expected to be completed in two years. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. COUNCIL POLL CHALLENGE

    Mr. D. T. M. Davies this afternoon refused the challenge of Mr. J. J. Liston, who resigned from the City Council, to re-contest ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 360 words
  10. Tails And A.B.C. To Co-operate

    Disagreement between J. & N. Tait and the Australian Broadcasting Commission about the Commission's policy of ...

    Article : 221 words
  11. Children Miss Serious Hurt In Bus Crash

    BALLARAT, Thursday.-- A bus carrying seven school children overturned and skidded on its side for 24 feet. ...

    Article : 116 words
  12. Sunday Tennis

    Although the City Council yesterday sanctioned opening of its 22 tennis courts between 2 and 6 p.m. on Sundays, t[?]ey will not be made ...

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  13. HOLD-UP ALLEGED

    Arrested soon after 9 o'clock last night following an alleged armed hold-up at the Eclipse Theatre. Port Melbourne. Keith ...

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  14. NEWS IN OTHER PAGES

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  16. FLIER NOT OUT OF DANGER

    Although the condition of Air Cadet Arthur Evan Lloyd Davies, 22, who crashed at Gunbower yesterday, was improved today, he is not out of danger. ...

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  18. NO CHANGE IN G.N. STEEPLE CONDITIONS

    The chairman of the Victoria Racing Club (Sir Alan Currie) said today that it was not the intention of the V.R.C. Committee to alter the conditions of this years Grand National Steeplechase. The chairman's announcement means that if Pooley Bridge. ...

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  19. MR. CASEY WILL FLY HIS OWN PLANE

    The Federal Treasurer (Mr. R. G. Casey) hopes to purchase shortly a Miles Whitney Straight aeroplane with a cruising speed, of 130 m.p.h which he will ship to Australia for his own use. He has been taking flying lessons in London at the week-ends and he ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  20. CAR JUST MISSED IN MURDER HUNT TRAIL LOST IN SYDNEY

    SYDNEY, Thursday. -- The man the police wish to interview connection with the murder of Ernest Harry Brown, 53, woolclasser, has been traced to Sydney by detectives, but since then his trail has disappeared ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  21. £200 Rise For British M's.P.

    It is expected that the Prime Minister (Mr. Baldwin) will announce in the House of Commons, tomorrow an increase of £200 a ...

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