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  2. ARMED HOLD-UP.

    Walking into a grocery store in Leederville yesterday afternoon, a youth produced a revolver and demanded of Mrs. Frances Smethers (about 50) the shop till. ...

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  3. WHEAT PROBLEMS.

    LONDON, May 18.—The wheat conference was opened quietly at Canada House to-day: Delegates were photographed, after which, the Prime Minister of Ontario ...

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  4. BANK NOTE ROBBERY.

    SYDNEY, May 18—Detectives daring the weekend recovered practically the whole of the remainder of the diamond jewellery stolen from the King-street shop ...

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  5. THE CHIEF SCOUT.

    To Lave made for oneself, during a life-time, a name as the national nerd of an historic -war epic, and to be remembered and respected for that alone, is to have ...

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  6. IMPERIAL AIR SERVICE.

    While the establishment of a regular air mail service between Great Britain - and Australia is not likely to be accomplished at an early date, because of the lack of ...

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  7. PAPAL ENCYCLICAL.

    LONDON, May 17.-Hitherto only a summary has been published of the Pope's encyclical (issued on Friday, on the 40th anniversary of the "rerum novarum," Pope ...

    Article : 296 words
  8. NON-PARTY CONFERENCE.

    CANBERRA, May 18—The Prime Minister (Mr. Scullin) declined to comment on the matter to-day, but it is believed that little hope is entertained by the ...

    Article : 329 words
  9. AUSTRO-GERMAN UNION.

    GENEVA, May 18—At the 63rd session of the League of Nations Council, which opened to-day, the British Foreign Secretary (Mr. A. Henderson) moved that the ...

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  10. QUOTA SCHEME.

    LONDON, May 18.—Commenting on the wheat conference "The Times" states that the fall in prices threatens the cessation of cultivation of Empire land most ...

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  11. NAVAL STRENGTH.

    LONDON, May 17.—Emphasing that the new German cruiser Ersatz Preussen, the first pocket battleship, which is expected to be completed next year will create a ...

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  12. "UNBALANCED BY STRIFE."

    ADELAIDE, May 18.—Discussing the proposed informal conference of the Federal Parliament Senator Daly said on his return from Canberra to-day he ...

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  13. CLEARING HOUSE FOR EXPORTS.

    LONDON, May 17—The "Daily Herald" states that the British Government's plans for the Imperial Economic Conference at Ottawa might be materially ...

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  14. CURIOUS MURDER CASE

    LONDON, May 17.—To-day prayers were offered at Liverpool Cathedral with reference to the case of William Wallace, who to death at the Liverpool ...

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  15. "NO SURRENDER."

    MELBOURNE, May 18.—Addressing a crowded meeting of Labour supporters at the Northcote Town Hall to-night, the Federal Attorney-General (Mr. Brennan) ...

    Article : 154 words
  16. AVIATION.

    BRISBANE, May, 18—Mr. Geoffrey Wikner, at the Archerfield aerodrome this afternoon, flying a Wicko sports cabin monoplane, established a new Australian ...

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  17. NO DECISION YET.

    Replying to representations made by Senator E. B. Johnston (W.A.), in favour of Wyndbara as the first port of call for the aerial mail service from England ...

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  18. AUSTRALIA'S DELEGATES.

    Mr. H. E. Braine, secretary of the Wheat Pool of Western Australia, said yesterday that he understood that the Commonwealth Government had ...

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  19. NATIONAL RIVALRY.

    LONDON, May 18.—The Geneva correspondent of the "Morning Post" states that an extremely critical situation is threatening the League. "France, ...

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  20. SHOTS ON FOOTPATH.

    ADELAIDE, May 18.—A sensational shooting incident, believed by the police to be the result of a fend in the underworld occurred at Unley at 6.15 p.m. ...

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  21. BURMESE REBELS.

    CALCUTTA, May 18.—Colond H. T. Morshead, a director of the Survey of India, disappeared from the town of Maymvo in Burma yesterday. He had ...

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  22. AUSTRALIA TO BRITAIN.

    DARWIN, May 18.—The Quantas plane Hippomenes, which, took the first England-to-Australia air mail from here to Brisbane and which has now returned with ...

    Article : 86 words
  23. DIVORCED PERSONS.

    SYDNEY, May 18.—The Presbyterian General Assembly, at its sessions on Saturday, was asked by overture from the Presbytery of Moree to define its ...

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  24. WHARF LABOUR.

    MELBOURNE, May 18.—Labour to handle cargo to and from vessels in port to-day was picked up by shipowners representatives in accordance with the new ...

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  25. SPANISH DISORDERS.

    MADRID, May 17.—A series of tragic errors to-day resulted m five deaths arid the serious injury of five other persons. The trouble began when a party of ...

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  26. BENEFIT TO TOURISTS.

    LONDON, May 15.—The newspapers publish, a letter which' has been, circulated from the Automobile Association, which received it from the Queensland ...

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  27. CIVIC RECEPTION.

    A civic reception to Lord and Lady Baden-Powell was held at 11.30 a.m. yesterday, at the Prince of Wales Theatre (lent by Union Theatres). To two ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  28. WATER SPEED RECORD.

    GARDONE (Italy), May 17.—Mr. Kaye Don, the British Racing motorist, who won the first heat of the contest for the D'Annunzio Trophy with the motor boat ...

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  29. WORK FOR RETURNED SOLDIERS

    ADELAIDE, May 18.—The employment of members of the Permanent and Casual Wharf Labourers' Association at Port Adelaide was restricted to-day to returned ...

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  30. FACTIONS IN CHINA.

    HONG KONG, May 15.—A force of 5,000 troops from Canton (whose inhabitants have threatened to form a Government in Southern China independent of ...

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  31. SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH.

    MELBOURNE, May. 18.—Although officers of the Council for Scientific and In duttrial Research were disinclined to-day to discuss the decision of the Federal Mm ...

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  32. STUNTING AIRMAN KILLED.

    OMAHA (Nebraska), May 17.—A noted aviator, Mr. Charles ("Speed") Holman, was killed at local air races when his 'plane. flying upside-down at nearly 300 ...

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  33. SOLICITOR'S CONDUCT.

    MELBOURNE, May 18.—Bets alleged to have been made by a solicitor were referred to to-day in the Practice Court before Mr. Justice McArthur, when ...

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  34. FLIGHT TO ENGLAND.

    SYDNEY, May 18.-Should suitable weather prevail, Mr. C. W. A. Scott will reave Sydney on Wednesday morning for Wyndham. on the return flight to London. ...

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  35. EX-KING'S BIRTHDAY.

    MADRID, May 17.—As the Monarchists were planning demonstrations to-day to celebrate ex-King Alfonso's birthday, the notice Police Prohibited all public gatherings. ...

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  36. ELECTION RIOTS.

    CAIRO, May 17.—The death-roll in further election riots during the week-end was nine. At Mit Ghamr troops fired on the rioters, killing six and wounding 23. ...

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  37. MAN SLASHED WITH RAZOR.

    SYDNEY, May 18.—A man who is now in the reception house inflicted a serious wound with a razor on a neighbour, William Conrad (43) in a bouse in Park-road, ...

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  38. ENGINE FALLS ON A CHILD.

    BERLIN, May 18.—A shunting engine caught by an outgoing goods train near a bridgehead at Essen was thrown over the ratlines and dropped upon a child playing ...

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  39. A BISHOP BANISHED.

    MADRID, May 18.—Because he had embroiled himself in politics to such an extent as to be a menace to the "spiritual and material peace of the Basque country," ...

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  40. AEROPLANE OVERTURNS.

    COLLIE. Mar 18.—Running into a bog on landing, a three (Mater Spartan aeroplane, owned by Wings, Ltd., overturned and was damaged about 3 p.m. yesterday. ...

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  41. REPORTS DENIED.

    LONDON, May 15.—Constant report that Madame Lupescu, the mistreat of Kins Carol of Rumania, is at present at Bucharest, in the Royal palace, induced ...

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  42. SEARCH FOR SUNKEN LINER.

    LONDON, May 17.—The salvage vessel Reclaimer left Sunderland to-day under sealed orders with a picked crew. Her owners refused to divulge her ...

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  43. BOHEMIAN HIKERS INCENSED.

    PRAGUE, May 17.—A marriage certificate will be an important part of the paraphernalia of Bohemian hikers in future, since the Governor of the province has ...

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  44. TRACTOR FRAUD.

    LONDON, May 17.—Brynar James Owen (35); engineer, has been sentenced to four years' imprisonment for baring obtained large sums of money by fraud. ...

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  45. BOMBS IN LISBON.

    MADRID, May 18.—It is reported from the frontier that 11 persons were injured in bomb outrages in Lisbon on the occasion of the official ceremony and homage ...

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  46. PARACHUTE FAILS TO OPEN.

    PARIS, May 18.—Mdlle, Lebouer (17), whose ambition it was to become the world's most famous woman parachutist, has been killed at an aviation meeting at ...

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  47. TASMANIAN POLITICS.

    HOBART, May 18.—Mr. Ben Watkins former Deputy Leader of the labour Party, who resigned just before the recent State election and stood successfully aa an ...

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  48. BRUTAL ASSAULT.

    SYDNEY, May 18.—At Point Piper yesterday. Freda Dukerton, of Marrickville, was walking along Wunulla-road when a man leapt from the darkness of a ...

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  49. CANBERRA ADVISORY COUNCIL

    CANBERRA, May 18.—The counting of the ballot papers in the election for the Canberra Advisory Council was completed late to-night, and resulted as follows:— ...

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  50. TEXTILE WORKERS.

    PARTS, May 17—Textile workers in Lille, Roubaix, and Tourcoing have declared a strike against recent ware reductions. Four hundred factories and 100,000 ...

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  51. CRICKETER'S DEATH.

    LONDON, May 16.—The body of Mr. J. A. Cuffe, a Worcestershire cricketer, formerly of New South Wales, has been recovered from the River Trent. ...

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  52. FRENCH POLITICS.

    PARIS, May 15.—The Foreign Minister (M. Briand), who was unsuccessful in the recent Presidential elections, has informed the Central News Agency that his ...

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  53. IRISH SWEEPSTAKE.

    DUBLIN, May 17.—The prize fund of the Irish sweepstake on the Derby amounts to £900,000. ...

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