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  2. AVIATION.

    LONDON, Jan. 13.—The Berlin correspondent of the British United Press states that two representatives of the Rumpler Aircraft. Works have gone to America ...

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  3. OUTLAWING WAR.

    PARIS, Jan. 14.—The Minister for Foreign Affairs (M. Briand) promptly cabled to the American Secretary of State (Mr. F. B. Kellogge) explaining that he ...

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  4. PAN-AMERICAN AFFAIRS.

    NEW YORK, Jan. 14—The Chicago "Tribune's" political correspondent states that under instructions given by President Coolidge, who will leave to-morrow for ...

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  5. FINANCIAL SURVEY.

    LONDON, Jan. 14.—The Stock Exchange year opened quietly so far as the gilt-edged market was concerned, chief interest centring in what measure of success is ...

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  6. FRANCE'S DEBTS.

    NEW YORK, Jan. 14.—The Washington correspondent of the "New York Times" says:—"The blanket of prohibition against the flotation of French securities ...

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  7. SECRET SOVIET MILLIONS.

    RIGA, Jan. 13.—It is disclosed that M. Trotsky, at one of his meetings made extraordinary revelations concerning the secret reserve funds of the Communist ...

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  8. RADIO V. CABLES.

    LONDON, Jan. 14.—In view of its Imperial importance, Cabinet has taken over the conference between the cable and radio interests and has completely dissociated ...

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  9. SHOCKING CRIME.

    NEW YORK, Jan. 13.—A message from Flint (Michigan) says that one of the most brutal crimes in the State's history is inciting hundreds to search for the killer ...

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  10. ACCIDENTS.

    Three persons received injuries necessitating their removal to hospital yesterday evening, when two motor cars collided at the intersection of Mary and Preston ...

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  11. ENDURANCE ATTEMPT.

    SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 14.—The rain and soggy condition of the field forced a postponement of Captain Kingsford Smith's attempt to break the endurance ...

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  12. A BRITISH VIEW.

    LONDON, Jan. 13.—Official circles arc impressed with the new suggestion of the United States Secretary of State (Mr. F. B. Kellogg) that if France is agreeable ...

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  13. SPECTACULAR BLAZE.

    SYDNEY, Jan. 15.—One of the most spectacular fires witnessed in Sydney for some years past occurred this afternoon when Wynyard Buildings in ...

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  14. MEXICAN ATTITUDE.

    NEW YORK, Jan. 14.—The President of the Conference (Senor Machido Ouba) declared to-day that it is not within the province of the conference to assume the ...

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  15. LONDON "TIMES" COMMENT

    LONDON, Jan. 14—"The Times" points out that though the conference and the Government's inquiry into the wireless and cable relationship may have an even ...

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  16. LONDON TO CAPETOWN.

    LONDON, Jan. 14.—Mr. Van Lear Slack, proprietor of the "Baltimore Sun" who last year covered 50,000 miles during a flight from Amsterdam to Batavia and ...

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  17. OPPOSITION LEADER.

    WARSAW, Jan. 13.—A delegate to the Communist Congress yesterday asked the whereabouts of Trotsky. The Chairman (M. Bukharin) replied ...

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  18. IN JAPAN.

    TOKIO, Jan. 14.—The American Embassy released to the Press of Japan to-day the text of the anti-war note presented to France. ...

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  19. THE PRAYER BOOK.

    LONDON, Jan. 13.—It has been officially announced that the House of Bishops has concluded its session held for the purpose of dealing with the Prayer Book ...

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  20. SHEFFIELD SHIELD.

    BRISBANE, Jan. 14.—The return Sheffield Shield game between South Australia and Queensland commenced on Saturday in line but humid weather. There was an ...

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  21. NIGHT PLYING.

    WASHINGTON, Jan. 14.—The Senate has received from President Coolidge a request for £475,000 dollars for additional air navigation facilities next year. The ...

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  22. PRENCH PRESS VIEWS.

    PARIS, Jan. 13.—Commenting on Mr. Kellogg's latest Note, the "Temps" is optimistic. The "Journal des Debats" deprecates the tendency to hustle the matter ...

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  23. FAVOURED REBELS.

    LONDON, Jan. 13—The Berlin correspondent of the British United Press Association contrasts the treatment meted out to other members of the Russian ...

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  24. Yachting Mishap.

    James Minchin (18), of 15 Station-street, East Guildford, "was removed by the St. John ambulance from Applecross to the Perth Hospital yesterday afternoon ...

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  25. THE CZAR'S FATE.

    PARIS, Jan. 14.—M. Kerensky, in the curse of an interview with a representative of the Central News Agency, said that Britain could have saved the Czar if she ...

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  26. NEW GUINEA FLIGHT.

    BRISBANE, Jan. 15.—A message from Cairns states that the second of the two amphibian seaplanes which went to New Guinea recently reached Cairns on the ...

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  27. YOUNG WOMAN DROWNED.

    ADELAIDE, Jan. 15.—There has been a sensational development in connection with the discovery in the sea at Semaphore on Wednesday of the body of Mrs. Stella ...

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  28. Yacht Capsizes.

    In the vicinity of Robb's jetty yesterday afternoon the yacht Cynthia, which was in charge of Leslie Cooke and had three other occupants, capsized. A message was sent ...

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  29. A LEGAL VIEW.

    LONDON, Jan. 11—The Solicitor-General (Sir Thomas Inskip) says that if the Bishops' decisions hare not altered the substance of the prayer book and are merely ...

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  30. LOST AVIATORS.

    OTTAWA, Jan. 13.—The Canadian Government has named newly-discovered lakes in North-Western Ontario after men and women lost in trans-oceanic and other ...

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  31. IRAQ OIL.

    PARIS, Jan. 13.—The Minister for, Foreign Affairs (M. Briand) has announced that he will shortly sign an agreement with Britain and the United States giving ...

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  32. Pillion Eider Hurt.

    At the intersection of Wellington and Pier streets on Saturday night a motor cycle, ridden by F. J. Pontague, of Barrington-street, Leederville, was struck by ...

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  33. RICHTHOFEN'S END.

    LONDON, Jan. 13.—The correspondence concerning who brought down Baron. Richthofen, the German war ace, continues. ...

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  34. SOUTH AFRICA.

    CAPETOWN, Jan. 13.—The Prime Minister (General J. B. Hertzog) speaking at Lydenburg to-day, again tilted against Republicanism. While it was no longer ...

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  35. THOMAS HARDY.

    LONDON, Jan. 11—The Prime Minster (Mr. S. Baldwin) will act as a pall-bearer when the body of Mr. Thomas Hardy is buried in Westmister Abby The other ...

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  36. LAND ADMINISTRATION

    BRISBANE, Jan. 14.—The names of the members of the Land Administrative Board, created in conformity with the Land Acts Amendment Act. which was ...

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  37. Burning Fatality.

    Miss Kitty Cooper (47), of Dalgety-street, East Fremantle, met her death during the week-end, following injuries received through accidental burning. On ...

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  38. TRAIN HITS CAR.

    BRISBANE, Jan. 15.—A fatal level crossing smash occurred a short distance on the Brisbane side of the Sandgate station shortly after 9 o'clock on Saturday ...

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  39. QUESTION OF LANGUAGE.

    CAPETOWN, Jan. 13.—The Minister for Mines (Mr. F. W. Beyers) speaking at Middleburg, urged the Africans that their language must be defended from betrayal ...

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  40. AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH.

    LONDON, Jan. 14.—Mr. C. J. Reakes, Director-General of Agriculture in New Zealand, departed for South Africa to-day. From there he will return to New ...

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  41. Shallow Diving Fatality.

    ADELAIDE, Jan. 15.—Fraser Home (18) a prefect of Scotch College, dived into shallow water in the Victor Harbour baths on Saturday, and striking his head. ...

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  42. Diver Breaks Seine.

    MELBOURNE, Jan. 15.—On Saturday night, Albert Blessington (22), a trainee from the Flinders Naval Depot., dived from a Bier near the Port Melbourne Life ...

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  43. Removal of Heart.

    LONDON, Jan. 13.—Dorchester people were very surprised at the decision that Mr. Thomas Hardy should be buried in Westminster Abbey instead of in his own ...

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  44. AMERICA'S NAVY.

    WASHINGTON, Jan. 14.—The Naval Affairs Committee of the House of Representatives to-day overwhelmingly defeated the recommendation made ...

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  45. RUSSIAN PEASANTRY.

    RIGA, Jan. 13.—Soviet officials who are touring the country to induce the peasants to subscribe to the Soviet loan have been pained to discover that the ...

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  46. CANADIAN BUDGET.

    VANCOUVER, Jan. 13.—A forecast of the Canadian Budget indicates a resumption of penny postage with Britain and other Darts of the Empire, a cut in the ...

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  47. VICTORIAN TRADE.

    MELBOURNE, Jan. 15.—Victorian trading companies registered last year numbered 992, compared with 992 in 1926 Foreign companies registered were 51 ...

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  48. CAR SOMERSAULTS.

    MELBOURNE, Jan. 15.—A man was killed and three members of the same family were seriously injured when a motor car struck a depression in a road ...

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  49. STRUGGLE IN HOUSE.

    SYDNEY, Jan. 15.—Randwick residents were alarmed early on Saturday morning by the noise of a struggle in a residence in Clovelly-road, as a result of ...

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  50. Decrease in Selection.

    BRISBANE, Jan. 14.—A huge decrease in Crown land selection in Queensland occurred last year. Details issued by the Ld Department yesterday showed that ...

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  51. NICARAGUAN REBELS.

    MANAQUA (Nicaragua), Jan. 14.—A United States marine air squadron attacked Etchipota to-day and killed forty rebels. ...

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  52. RADIO TELEVISION.

    NEW YORK, Jan. 13—At Schenectady a radio television experiment was successfully demonstrated to-day, "when the General Electric Company and the American ...

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  53. FURTHER DETAILS.

    NEW YOEK, Jan. 14—The Washington correspondent of the "New York Times" states thai riding rough-shod over the recommendations made on behalf of ...

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  54. FEDERAL ELECTIONS.

    MELBOURNE, Jan. 15.—Preparations are already being made by the Victorian Central Executive of the Australian Labour Party for the next Federal election, which ...

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  55. COMMUNIST PROTEST.

    WASHINGTON, Jan. 14.—Fifty members of the American Communist Party marched round the State Department building carrying banners protesting against ...

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  56. DISPUTE IN CAMP.

    CANBERRA, Jan. 15.—As a result of a dispute in a workmen's camp at Mugga, formerly Redhill, this afternoon William Norman Madden received injuries from ...

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  57. NEW YORK EXPLOSION.

    NEW YORK, Jan. 13.—One workman was killed and she were dangerously injured when some dynamite exploded in the shaft of a subway which is under con ...

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  58. A.W.U. CONVENTION.

    SYDNEY, Jan. 15.—It is expected that the annual convention of the Australian Workers' Union, which will take place in Hobart this month. ...

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  59. Car and Truck Collide.

    MELBOURNE, Jan. 15.—Following a collision with a motor truck at the corner of Camberwelll-road and Orange-grove, Camberwell on Saturday afternoon, a ...

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  60. NITRATE INTERESTS.

    LONDON, Jan. 13—It is reported that the leaders of the British, French, German, Chilean and American nitrate interests will meet on board a vacht in the ...

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  61. RAID ON IRAQ.

    LONDON, Jan. 14.—The Basra (Iraq) correspondent of the "Daily Express" states that the Royal Air Force have operations against the Wahibi chief ...

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  62. FRANCIS BIRTLES'S VENTURE.

    CALCUTTA, Jan 14.—Francis Birtles, who is motoring from London to Australia will continue to-morrow the journey to Burma. His route will be through Assam ...

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  63. BRITISH FILMS.

    LONDON, Jan. 14.—The production annually of one film in Canada, Australia, Indian and South Africa, the story being written around the Dominion concerned. ...

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  64. GERMAN CABINET.

    BERLIN, Jan. 14—Ill-health is given as the primary reason for the resignation of the Minister for Defence (Dr. O. Gessler), but there are persistent stories ...

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  65. Car Strikes Tree.

    MELBOURNE, Jan. 15.—When one of the tyres of a motor car at Craigieburn blew out on Saturday afternoon, the driver lost control and the car struck a tree ...

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  66. AMERICAN DRY AGENTS.

    WASHINGTON, Jan. 13.—The Prohibition Commissioner (Mr. Doran) announced to-day that of 2.000 "dry' agents only 500 were able to pass intelligence ...

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  67. SHIPPING DISPUTE.

    CAIRNS (Qld.), Jan. 15—The steamer Dilga and the sugar lighters, Wortanna, Goondi, Cargo, and Herbert, remain unmanned at the Cairns waterfront. It is ...

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  68. THIEF DISTURBED.

    SYDNEY, Jan. 15.—Two constables on Saturday night disturbed a man on the roof of Days newsagency, at the corner of Clarence-street and Margaret-street. ...

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  69. CANADIAN MIGRATION.

    VANCOUVER, Jan. 13.—Sir John Aird. President of the Canadian Bank of Commerce, and Mr. R. B. Forke, Minister of Immigration. are negotiating for a ...

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  70. LOAN FOR INDIA.

    LONDON, Jan. 13.—The underwriting was arranged to-day for the India Government loan of £7,500,000 in 44 per cent, stock to be issued at £01/10/ The ...

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  71. HUMAN GORILLA.

    VANCOUVER, Jan. 13.—Earl Nelson, the strangler of over a score of women in the United States and Canada, who was known as "The Gorilla." was hanged at ...

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  72. Fireman Touches Live Wire.

    SYDNEY, Jan. 15.—While assisting to extinguish a fire at Mr. J. Harper's jeweller's shop in Parramatta-road, Leichhardt. on Saturday night. J. Sheeky a fireman of ...

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  73. BALKAN INCIDENT.

    BELGRADE, Jan. 13.—A young Bulgarian girl fired at the chief of police at Uskub, and seriously wounded him. She then killed herself. ...

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