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  2. FEDERAL COALITION.

    An agreement to form a Coalition Government was reached in negotiations between the Prime Minister (Mr. Lyons) and the Leader of the United Country Party (Dr. Page), at Canberra, last night. An early adjournment of the House left the way open for a night ...

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  3. FREER TRADE.

    CANBERRA, Oct. 31.—Alarmed at the decline of foreign buying on Australian export markets, an influential delegation representing the Australian Woolgrowers' ...

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  4. CHURCH AND STATE

    LONDON, Oct. 31.—The Berlin correspondent of the "Daily Telegraph" says that it is learned that Herr Hitler will no longer support State interference with ...

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  5. INDUSTRIAL TRUCE.

    WASHINGTON, Oct. 30.—President Roosevelt's industrial truce, which has existed only for a month, is seriously threatened by the action today of the ...

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  6. A TRIUMPHAL PROGRESS.

    METBOURNE, Oct. 31.—More than 100,000 people cheered the centenary air race flyers from one side of the city to the other today. No such triumphal ...

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  7. MINISTRY CHALLENGED.

    CANBERRA, Oct. 31.—Although the move is not regarded seriously even by members of the Opposition, the Federal Labour Party has lost no time in ...

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  8. ROYALTY IN THE MALLEE.

    MELBOURNE, Oct. 31.—Beneath a bright sun that is giving the Duke of Gloucester his first acquaintance with the heat on an Australian summer the royal ...

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  9. WHEATGROWERS' HOPES.

    CANBERRA, Oct. 31.—The establishment of a compulsory wheat pool, the fostering of a reciprocal trade with foreign countries, the abolition of the ...

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  10. NEW CABINET.

    CANBERRA, Nov. 1.—The Prime Minister (Mr. Lyons) will have a difficult task in making room for the Country Party recruits to the Cabinet. It is ...

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  11. PACIFIC FLIGHT.

    HONOLULU, Oct. 30.—Sir Charles Kingsford Smith and Captain P. G. Taylor, who landed at Wheeler Field yesterday on the second stage of their ...

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  12. WOOLLENS FROM JAPAN.

    PARIS, Oct. 30.—The council of the International Wool Federation passed a resolution today urging its members to request their respective Governments to ...

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  13. THE NEGOTIATIONS.

    CANBERRA, Nov. 1.—The first formal intimation received by Mr. Lyons's colleagues that he intended to reopen negotiations with the Country Party was ...

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  14. FIRE ON TRAIN.

    SOFIA, Oct. 30.—King Boris, of Bulgaria, was travelling by express train from Sofia to Varna today, when the locomotive caught fire 140 miles from Varna ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  15. BRITAIN AND JAPAN.

    TOKIO, Oct. 31.—In reference to a report that, as a result of the recent visit of the delegates of the British Federation of Industries to Japan. British firms ...

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  16. THE INDIAN OUTLOOK.

    LONDON, Oct. 30.—In response to a request in the House of Commons today for a statement on the Indian situation, the Secretary for India (Sir Samuel ...

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  17. MEAT MARKETING.

    LONDON, Oct. 30.—In reply to questions in the House of Commons today, the Minister for Agriculture (Mr. Walter Elliot) said that discussions were ...

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  18. RELATIONS WITH MANCHUKUO

    TOKIO, Oct. 31.—The Vice-Foreign Minister of Manchukuo (Mr. C. Ohashi) made the following statement today:— "We regard the recent visit of the ...

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  19. DAIRY INDUSTRY.

    LONDON, Oct. 30.—Replying to criticism of the Milk Board in the House of Lords today, Lord De La Warr (Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of ...

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  20. FIFTY SUBMARINES.

    TOKIO, Oct. 31.—A well-informed observer who has returned from Vladivostok reports that a fleet of 50 of the most up-to-date submarines, ready for ...

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  21. BRITISH SHIPPING.

    LONDON, Oct. 30.—The President of the Board of Trade' (Mr. Walter Runciman) informed the House of Commons today that shipowners had worked out a ...

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  22. DASH TO ENGLAND.

    BAGDAD, Oct. 31.—Looking surprisingly fit, Messrs. K. Waller and O. Cathcart Jones, who are making a quick return flight to England in their D.H. ...

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  23. IN THE SENATE.

    CANBERRA, Oct. 31.—Moving the Address-in-Reply in the Senate today Senator Collett (U.A.P., W.A.) urged the Ministry to adopt a new policy of ...

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  24. MEXICAN PLOT.

    MEXICO, Oct. 30.—Repeating his charges that the Catholic clergy are attempting to overthrow the Mexican Government by force. President Abelardo ...

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  25. THE "TRUNK" MURDER.

    LONDON, Oct. 30.—Chief, Inspector Bowden, who was concerned in the investigation of the "trunk" murder of June last, and who retired from the service ...

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  26. WINNIPEG WHEAT POLICY.

    WINNIPEG, Oct. 29.—"Whatever restrictions or control the Federal Government places on the Winnipeg Grain Exchange, the Government stabilisation ...

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  27. TRUCKS DERAILED.

    PINGELLY, Oct. 31.—While the permanent way was being ballasted this morning two trucks were derailed near Karping. The line was cleared about ...

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  28. EMPIRE PARLIAMENTARIANS.

    LONDON, Oct. 30.—The Empire Parlia­mentary Association held a luncheon to­-day before the opening of Parliament. The guests consisted of numerous ...

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