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  2. INTERSTATE FOOTBALL.

    Failing to reproduce anything like the form they showed on Saturday, the South Australians were decisively defeated by the Australian footballers at Perth Oval ...

    Article : 386 words
  3. FEDERAL ARBITRATION.

    CANBERRA, Aug. 13.—When the policy of the Federal Ministry in connections with its decision to withdraw from the field of industrial arbitration was placed before ...

    Article : 681 words
  4. GERMAN REPARATIONS.

    THE HAGUE, Aug. 12.—The emphatic telegram from the British Prime Minister (Mr. Ramsay MacDonald) supporting Mr. Snowden (British Chancellor of the ...

    Article : 818 words
  5. SCHNEIDER TROPHY.

    LONDON, Aug. 12.—At the special invitation of the Air Ministry a representative of the Australian Press Association visited the Royal Air Force station at ...

    Article : 510 words
  6. MANCHURIAN DISPUTE.

    SHANGHAI, Aug. 13.—A message from Manchuli, dated August 12, reports two skirmishes between Russian and Chinese troops on the Manchurian border—both ...

    Article : 381 words
  7. WHEAT PRODUCTION.

    A lively discussion which involved the standard of living, the tariff, and the high cost of production, took place at the Primary Producers' Conference yesterday. ...

    Article : 1,495 words
  8. JAMBOREE CLOSES.

    LONDON, Aug. 12.—The Arrowe Park Scout jamboree ended to-day with a remarkable "pageant of friendship" in the arena. The scheme was kept secret until ...

    Article : 536 words
  9. HOLD-UP ROBBERIES.

    MELBOURNE, Aug. 13.—On a charge of robbery-under-arms, George Gratan, alias Ralph Williams, appeared in the Carlton Police Court to-day, and was committed ...

    Article : 246 words
  10. MANY FALSE REPORTS.

    MELBOURNE, Aug. 13.—Of the 30 armed hold-ups reported in Melbourne since July 13, police officials regard 13 as doubtful. Superintendent Walsh said to-day ...

    Article : 119 words
  11. FOUND WITH WATER PISTOL.

    MELBOURNE, Aug. 13.—A toy water pistol caused interest in the City Police Court to-day, when Patrick Donohue (20), wharf labourer, was charged (l) with ...

    Article : 145 words
  12. THE TEAMS.

    The visitors fielded their teams as previously announced, but tho local selectors, as expected, re-arranged the half-forward line to bring Moloney on to one of the ...

    Article : 102 words
  13. ORDER TO RED ARMY.

    RIGA, Aug. 12.—On the occasion of the tenth anniversary of the formation of the first Red cavalry division "Pravda," the official Soviet organ, publishes a general ...

    Article : 86 words
  14. MESSAGE FROM THE KING.

    LONDON, Aug. 13.—Four hundred scout leaders from the jamboree, were the guests of the British Government at a banquet in Liverpool. In response to a ...

    Article : 65 words
  15. COST OF ORGANISATION.

    LONDON, Aug. 12.—The aviation correspondent of the "Daily Chronicle" says that the coming Schneider Trophy contest is likely to be the last race for many ...

    Article : 131 words
  16. TASMANIAN EPISODE.

    HOBART, Aug. 13.—The stolen eight-cylinder car belonging to Mr. R. T. Muray, of Launceston, employed in the armed hold-up of a lady cyclist at ...

    Article : 115 words
  17. ATTEMPT TO WRECK HOUSE.

    SYDNEY, Aug. 13.—A mysterious explosion wrecked portion of the back wall of the residence of Mr. Edward Reach, in Darling Point-road, to-night, and alarmed ...

    Article : 300 words
  18. BRITISH COAL.

    LONDON, Aug. 12.—The Australian purchases of British coal continue. The latest cargo of 7,500 tons cost about 47/6 a ton c.i.f., of which the freight amounts ...

    Article : 66 words
  19. THE PLAY.

    Play opened in dull weather with a strong breeze blowing across the ground. Scott won the toss and the visitors kicked to the east end, favoured by a wind. ...

    Article : 1,507 words
  20. LIGHT 'PLANE RACE.

    BRUSSELS, Aug. 13—The British flyers in the International light aeroplane race of 4,000 miles around Europe regained their lead, when Captain Broad. Lord Carbery ...

    Article : 148 words
  21. COTTON DISPUTE.

    LONDON, Aug 12.—Sir Horace Wilson. Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Labour, continued to-day his work as mediator in the Lancashire cotton dispute. ...

    Article : 205 words
  22. WHARF VOLUNTEERS.

    ADELAIDE, Aug. 13.—"Waterside workers along the waterfront at Port Adelaide desire peace, but are strongly opposed to the attitude of shipowners in ...

    Article : 266 words
  23. HIDDEN OH THE DISCOVERY.

    LONDON, Aug. 12.—In spite of an intensive search, a smart young Cardiff newsboy managed to stow away on the Discovery when she was leaving Barry (Wales) in ...

    Article : 234 words
  24. RIVAL UNIONS.

    MELBOURNE, Ang. 13.—Disorderly proceedings again occurred when the special meeting of members of the Victorian branch of the Seamen's Union, adjourned ...

    Article : 301 words
  25. MR. W. V. FITZGERALD DEAD.

    SYDNEY, Aug. 14.—News has been received from Madang of the death of Mr. William Vincent Fitzgerald, a botanist and mining expert at Daru River, on ...

    Article : 263 words
  26. PRIVATE DISCUSSIONS.

    THE HAGUE, Aug. 13.—With neither the financial nor political committees of the Reparations Conference sitting to-day, the French, Belgian and Italian delegates ...

    Article : 95 words
  27. HISTORICAL FIND.

    CALCUTTA, August 13.—A remarkable discovery has been made near Hyderabad (Sind), where a big underground halt, with a roof supported by three great stone ...

    Article : 141 words
  28. MOTOR CYCLING FEAT.

    LONDON, Aug. 12.—H. S. Perry accomplished a new feat to-day by crossing the English Channel from Dover to Calais and back on a motor cycle. The time taken was ...

    Article : 98 words
  29. VICTORIAN POLITICS.

    MELBOURNE, Aug. 13.—"The Ministry is faced with a very grave difficulty in carrying on the Government of the State," said the Premier (Sir William ...

    Article : 188 words
  30. FRENCH OPINION.

    PARIS, Aug. 12.—Mr. Snowden's disclaimer of discourteous intentions regarding his use of the words "ridiculous" and "grotesque" in regard to the figures quoted ...

    Article : 354 words
  31. LIVESTOCK FOR CANADA.

    VANCOUVER, Aug. 12.—The Premier of British Columbia, Mr. Tolmie, announce to-day that the Provincial Government was co-operating with the Empire ...

    Article : 72 words
  32. 65-STOREY BUILDING.

    NEW YORK, Aug. 13.—Negotiations for the erection of a 65-storey building in New York, at a cost of about £10,000,000, have been concluded by the French Government. ...

    Article : 76 words
  33. SCHOOL-LEAVING AGE.

    Referring to the probable effects of an increase in the school-leaving age upon adult education. Mr. F. Sinclaire (the Director of Adult Education) said ...

    Article : 166 words
  34. JUMP FROM CLIFFS.

    SYDNEY, Aug. 13.— Worn out by illness aud worry Mary Josephine Heel in (24), of South-street. Edgeeliff, and the mother of two children, threw herself over ...

    Article : 187 words
  35. MOTOR SPEED RECORD.

    LONDON, Aug. 12.—Kaye Don has decided to attempt to break Sir Henry Segrave's motor car record of 231 miles an hour. He is Laving a £25,000 English ...

    Article : 115 words
  36. SOCIALIST COMMONWEALTH.

    LONDON, Aug. 12.—Addressing a meeting of the Independent Labour Party at Welwyn (Hertfordshire). the extremist member of the House of Commons. Mr. J. ...

    Article : 63 words
  37. TIMBER TROUBLE.

    MELBOURNE, Aug. 13.—Union officials at the Trades Hall expressed resentment to-day at a statement made by the Assistant Minister for Industry (Senator ...

    Article : 203 words
  38. EARTH TREMORS IN AMERICA.

    NEW YORK, Aug. 12.—A series of earth tremors of varying intensity to-day rocked five of the Eastern States, and the Province of Ontario (New York ...

    Article : 95 words
  39. RAIN IN VICTORIA.

    MELBOURNE, Aug. 13.—To-day's rainfall registrations were:—St. Arnaud, 41 points; Cape Otway, 25 points; Skipton, 2 points; Camperdown, 2 points; ...

    Article : 39 words
  40. LIQUOR STORE ROBBED.

    MELBOURNE, Aug. 13.—Auother robbery, the fourth reported in less that four months, occurred at St. Kilda last night, when the liquor store of William Drum. ...

    Article : 65 words
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