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  2. MOST CHEERFUL BRITISH BUDGET FOR YEARS

    The British Budget, the most cheerful for some years, bringing relief to taxpayers, unemployed, civil service and motor car owners, was introduced into die House of Commons this afternoon by the Chancellor of the Exchequer (Mr. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  3. WOMEN SAY GOODBYE TO LADY HORE-RUTHVEN

    The love and affection felt by women throughout the State for Lady Hore-Ruthven was strikingly demonstrated last night at ...

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  4. FURTHER CUT IN WORLD WHEAT PRODUCTION

    The world wheat conference ended today after arriving at the conclusion that a further lowering of production was necessary ...

    Article : 140 words
  5. BASIC WAGE HAS MIXED RECEPTION

    The coat to South Australian industry of the basic wage judgment is still being assessed, and opinion, except that of union ...

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  6. ONE SAVINGS BANK FOR S.A.

    In commending the State Savings Bank for having reduced interest on mortgages, the Premier (Mr. Butler) disclosed today that ...

    Article : 1,053 words
  7. STEP FURTHER IN UNITY PROPOSALS

    At the Labor Unity Conference arranged by unions not affiliated with the A.L.P. and held at the Trades Hall last night, a ...

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  8. MARKETING POLICY OF CABINET

    That a limitation of any exports by Australia to raise price levels in the United Kingdom market should be conditional upon an ...

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  9. JAPAN'S "HANDS OFF CHINA" ATTITUDE

    Emphasising and amplifying a statement made on April 9 that Japan was opposed to the socalled economic co-operation of ...

    Article : 348 words
  10. Reduction In Acreage Thought Unnecessary

    The further restrictions of wheat export by all countries subscribing to the International Wheat Agreement, including Australia, are to be discussed ...

    Article : 391 words
  11. GRASSHOPPER PLAGUE IN SOUTH

    Thousands of dead grasshoppers have been washed up on the beach between Port Noarlunga and Christies Beach. It is believed that they were blown by ...

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  12. TRADERS FAVOR MEAT RECOMMENDATIONS

    The Meat Traders' Associations' Federation has carried a motion, recognising the importance of the recommendations in the Bingley ...

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  13. St. Kilda Branch Wants Alliance With Lang Party

    After members of the Lang delegation now in Melbourne, had addressed members of the St. Kilda branch of the Labor Party last night, a resolution was ...

    Article : 147 words
  14. FARMERS PAY CASH FOR MACHINERY

    Giving evidence before the Wheat Commission today. Mr. D. B. Ferguson, managing director of H. V. McKay, Massey Harris Pty., said ...

    Article : 135 words
  15. TANKER'S NARROW ESCAPE

    The tanker Soli, which arrived off Thursday Island on Tuesday night, had a narrow escape from destruction by fire and explosion early that ...

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  16. SECESSION SESSION IN W.A.

    After having been in recess since February, the State Parliament will meet tomorrow for the sole purpose of furthering the movement for secession, ...

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  17. Burst Of Activity On Stock Exchange

    The Budget induced a burst of activity on the Stock Exchange this morning. Motor shares received the biggest fillip in years. Brokers were forced to ...

    Article : 81 words
  18. HONORING FOUNDER OF WOOL INDUSTRY

    The Royal Society of Australia held a special meeting tonight in commemoration of the centenary of the death of Captain John Macarthur, the ...

    Article : 364 words
  19. U.S. SeeKs Larger Export Quota

    The Washington correspondent of the "New York Times" says that facing an exportable wheat surplus of almost 400,000,000 bushels in 1935 ...

    Article : 217 words
  20. Turnbuil-Quist Partnered For First Tournament

    The members of the Australian Davis Cup team are all well. The manager (Mr. S. R. Youdale) will travel across the Continent, but the remainder will ...

    Article : 141 words
  21. Transport Arrangements For Prince's Visit

    Captain Caldwell Smith, of the Defence Department, has been speccially detailed by the Commonwealth Government to take charge of the transport ...

    Article : 96 words
  22. Man Chases Youths Found Tampering With Window

    Three youths, found tampering with a side window at the bouse of Mr. Charles Nicholls. in Davenport terrace, Wayville, about 8.40 p.m., yesterday, ...

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  23. Queensland's Failure To Solve State Wheat Problem

    Queensland's wheat problem is no nearer solution as the result of the State Wheat Board's "final word" on the disposa! of last season's crop. ...

    Article : 207 words
  24. City Warehouse Entered

    The premises of Ernest O. Thomas, Ltd., confectioners, of Angas street, were entered by thieves between 530 p.m. on Tuesday and 8 a.m. yesterday ...

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  25. Pedestrian Assaulted In City Street

    Apparently in a serious condition, with his scalp cut and his skull possibly fractured. Joseph Nunn, 37, of Bestormel avenue. Fullarton, was ...

    Article : 106 words
  26. Car Overturns; One Man. Admitted To Hospital

    When a car driven by Francis Penfold Hyland, of Jellicoe street. Linden Park, overturned at the comer of Dequetteville terrace and Barters road at 10 ...

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  27. Route Of Procession In Adelaide

    The committee to make arrangements for the visit of H.R.H. Prince George met at the Chief Secretary's office yesterday, and considered the ...

    Article : 80 words
  28. 250,000 N.S.W. Workers To Benefit

    It was estimated today that about 250,00 workers in New South Wales would benefit by the basic wage judgment, and that between £1,000,000 and ...

    Article : 79 words
  29. Theft At Parkside

    A woman's gold ring, a bedspread, a white tea cloth, and about 5/ were taken by a thief who broke into a house in Fairford street, Parkside, on ...

    Article : 90 words
  30. Railway Cleaner's Death

    Unknown to the engine crew, a train ran over and beheaded a cleaner working on the permanent way near the Sydney central station today. The ...

    Article : 77 words
  31. Death Of Injured Tram Conductor

    David William Hutchinson. 40. tram conductor, of Daceyville, who was severely injured yesterday when the shaft of a horse-drawn lorry pierced ...

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  32. A. E. R. Gilligan Married

    A. E. R. Gilligan, captain of the English team on the 1924-25 Australian tour, who was divorced last year, was married today to Miss Margaret Fox. ...

    Article : 540 words
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