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  2. AVIATION.

    LONDON, May 21.—A remarkable experiment was demonstrated at the Royal Aircraft Establishment at Farnborough to-day. when a huge 9-ton bombing machine ...

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  3. INDIAN TERRORISM.

    CALCUTTA, May 22.—There were amazing disclosures at the trial at Delhi yesterday of several Indians on a charge of terrorist conspiracy. Kailaspati, who ...

    Article : 131 words
  4. LOAN COUNCIL MEETS.

    MELBOURNE, May 22.—The fact that Australia's economic salvation depended on further Governmental economy, especially in flip Federal sphere, was emphasised once ...

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  5. SOVIET WHEAT POLICY.

    LONDON, May 21.—The Soviet statement to the International Wheat Conference anticipates a Russian crop of 36,500,000 tons this year. This was ...

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  6. ALFONSO'S WEALTH.

    MADRID, May 21.—The Ministry of Finance has estimated that the total private wealth of the Spanish Royal family on December 31, 1929, was about £1,700,000. ...

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  7. WATERSIDE PREFERENCE.

    CANBERRA, May 22.—In defiance of the Senate's threat to reject each set of new waterside regulations issued by the Federal Ministry under the Transport ...

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  8. SUGAR AGREEMENT.

    CANBERRA, May 22.—"I regard the proposed sugar agreement as the greatest political ramp ever put over in any Australian Parliament," said Mr. Parkhill ...

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  9. THE CHIEF SCOUT.

    An exposition of the aims and ideals of the Boy Scoot and Girl Guide movements and an appeal to members of the Rotary and Legacy Clubs to do their ...

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  10. EXTRA TROOPS FOR BURMA.

    CALCUTTA, May 22.—The 2nd Battalion of the Manchester Regiment, stationed at Secunderabad, has been ordered to Burma in connection with the rebellion ...

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  11. M. BRIAN'S FAREWELL.

    GENEVA, May 21.—"I am an old politician yet I still have a taste for adventure. Perhaps you will find in this little folly of mine a grain of wisdom," said M. Briand ...

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  12. COBURG ASSAULT.

    MELBOURNE, May 22.—The Chief Justice (Sir William Irvine), when addressing the jury in the Criminal Court in the case in which four youths were charged with ...

    Article : 343 words
  13. HIGH-SPEED FLYING.

    LONDON, May 21.—"I am certain that within the lifetime of our youngsters an aeroplane will fly to Australia in 24 hours," said the pioneer aircraft designer. Sir A. ...

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  14. CANADIAN OPPOSITION.

    VANCOUVER, May 21.—Vancouver grain exporters frankly admit their uneasiness over the Russian proposal that the average of the five years from 1909 ...

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  15. CONFERENCE FAILURE FEARED.

    LONDON, May 22.—The Australian Press Association understands that there is grave danger of a breakdown in the International Wheat Conference, owing to ...

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  16. ROUND THE WORLD.

    WASHINGTON, May 21.—The Soviet Government has reversed its previous decision and has given permission for Messrs. Wiley Post and Harold Gatty to fly over ...

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  17. SPORT IN THE FALKLANDS.

    LONDON, May 22.—A large crate of boxing gloves among the luggage of Sir James O'Grady (the new Governor of the Falklands) aroused curiosity at ...

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  18. BRITAIN AND THE DOMINIONS.

    LONDON, May 22.—Explaining a broadcast speech concerning which there had been different interpretations, Mr. Neville Chamberlain (chairman of the ...

    Article : 90 words
  19. HEAVY OIL ENGINE.

    LONDON, May 21.—A Britist engine burning heavy oil, which is stated by experts to far surpass the engines used in the new German flying machine Juno IV. ...

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  20. EMPIRE SETTLEMENT.

    LONDON, May 21.—In the House of Commons to-day the Secretary of State for the Dominions (Mr. J. H. Thomas) informed Captain Peter MacDonald ...

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  21. MAINTENANCE OF WAGES.

    LONDON, May 21.—"I am fed up with economists," said the Secretary of State for the Dominions (Mr. J. H. Thomas), presiding at a banquet of delegates to the ...

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  22. INVADERS REPULSED.

    LONDON, May 21.—Advance publicity featured in the London Press from American cablegrams, announcing that Miss "Texas" Guinan, the New York "Night ...

    Article : 182 words
  23. SWEDEN TO PARIS.

    PARIS, May 21.—The American aviator, Hawks, continuing his spectacular flights to various European capitals, flew from Malmoe (Sweden) to Paris, a distance of ...

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  24. BRITISH LAND BILL.

    LONDON, May 21.—The third reading of the Agricultural Land Utilisation Bill was passed by the House of Lords to-day. Lord Hailsham (Cons.) said that he ...

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  25. TRADE WITH CANADA.

    CANBERRA, May 22.—The Minister for Markets (Mr. Parker Moloney), in the House of Representatives to-day, informed Mr. R. Green (C.P., N.S.W.) that ...

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  26. AIR MAIL TO BRITAIN.

    SINGAPORE, May 22.—The Hercules 'plane, carrying the second Australian air mail for England, left Surabaya this morning and arrived here at 5.7 p.m. ...

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  27. MR. SCOTT'S RETURN.

    BRISBANE, May 22.—Leaving Brisbane at 7.55 a.m. to-day, Flying Officer Scott, who recently made a record solo flight from England to Australia, and who is ...

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  28. FEDERAL MEMBER REBUKED.

    CANBERRA, May 22.—When gibed by Ministerial members with wasting time in the House of Representatives to-day by his regular calls for quorums, Mr. Gabb ...

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  29. THRIFT AND THE DEPRESSION

    PARIS, May 21.—Mr. Roy Howard, who controls 26 newspapers in the United States, addressed the American Club here to-day, and made an interesting prophecy ...

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  30. MR. T. C. M. HANTKE DEAD.

    Mr. Theodore Charles Monkester Hantke, of River View-street, South Perth, and insurance claims adjuster, of Victoria House, St. George's-terrace, Perth. ...

    Article : 232 words
  31. HOME-MADE AEROPLANE.

    The Silver Centenary biplane, built at Beverley by two young men who had never seen an aeroplane daring the Centenary year, is at present at the Maylands ...

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  32. ECONOMY AND INTEREST DROP.

    MELBOURNE, May 22.—"The time is at hand when the Commonwealth Bank should press, for both Government economy and a general and simultaneous ...

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  33. ACCIDENTS.

    AUCKLAND, May 22.—Percy Nelson (50), William Lomas (18) and a boy named Arnold (8) were drowned when a boat from which they were fishing capsized ...

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  34. BELGIAN POLITICS.

    BRUSSELS, May 21.—On the fifth anniversary of their taking office, M. Jaspar's Catholic-Liberal Government resigned, following a crisis in the Chamber of ...

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  35. QUEENSLAND INTEREST.

    BRISBANE, May 22.—On behalf of the Queensland Parliamentary Country Party the secretary (Mr. E. B. Swayne, M.L.A.) has forwarded a telegram to Dr. Earle ...

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  36. YOUNG SUFFERER DIES.

    ALBANY, May 22.—Teresa May Weir, the four-year-old daughter of a King River settler, died at 10.30 a.m. yesterday while being conveyed to the Government ...

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  37. HEAVY SEAS.

    BUNBURY, May 22.—The s.s. Zitella (4,251 tons) berthed yesterday afternoon to land Denis O'Sullivan, a seaman who was washed off the forecastle head by ...

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  38. FACTORY EXPLOSION.

    BRUSSELS, May 21.—Two explosions following a fire at Cockcrill's engineering works shook the town of Seraing to-day. Windows were broken and people rushed ...

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  39. CHURCH AND MODERN WAYS.

    LONDON, May 21.—Archdeacon A. E. J. Rawlinson (Canon Residentiary of Durham and a Chaplain to the King), addressing the Newcastle Diocesan Conference ...

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  40. OLD MAN KNOCKED DOWN.

    Robert Davidson (68), an inmate of the Old Men's Home. Claremont, was knocked down outside the home early yesterday evening by the Dalkeith motor bus, owned ...

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  41. LONDON REACTIONS.

    LONDON, May 21.—Little effect is noticeable in Australian securities as a result of Mr. Scullin's statement that the Commonwealth cannot meet its ...

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  42. FUNERAL OF STRIKERS

    STOCKHOLM, May 21.—Work ceased throughout the country for five minutes at noon to-day, during the funeral of strikers who were killed in recent clashes ...

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  43. NORTH WHARF MISHAP.

    While he was working on North Wharf yesterday, Arthur Williamson, of Tamar-street, Palmyra, fell from a railway truck and struck his head. He was removed in ...

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  44. SILVER PLATE RECOVERED.

    LONDON, May 21.—When Commander Bellairs (Cons.), asked in the House of Commons to-day, whether the Russian Government's assistance had been sought ...

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  45. COOLGARDIE BATTERY.

    KALGOORLIE, May 22.—Congestion of work exists at the Coolgardie State battery, and it is desired that the plant should be enlarged. Already there is a battery ...

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  46. PRICE OF PETROL.

    LONDON, May 21.—The price of petrol has been reduced by a penny, making the price, best grade petrol now 1/3½, inclusive of a sixpenny tax. The Chancellor ...

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  47. DETECTIVE FIRED AT.

    SYDNEY, May 22.—Seizing a sewn-off shot-gun from the rear seat of a motor car in which he wag seated, a man, to-night fired at a detective outside the ...

    Article : 125 words
  48. BY SUBMARINE TO THE ARCTIC

    CONNECTICUT, May 21.—Sir Hubert Wilkins inspected here to-day the submarine Nautilus, aboard which he Plans to make an expedition to the North Pole. ...

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  49. THE GOVERNOR FAREWELLED.

    Scoutmasters and Guiders assembled in force at the Carlton tea rooms, Hay-street , on Thursday might for the purpose of saying farewell to the Governor (sir ...

    Article : 427 words
  50. EMPIRE'S MILLION DEAD.

    LONDON, May 22.—General Sir Charles Harington will unveil a memorial tablet in Yores Cathedral on Tuesday next to the member of the Empire's million dead ...

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  51. RELIEF TO INDIAN FARMERS.

    CALCUTTA, May 22.—With the object of relieving agricultural distress caused by the low prices of root crops and wheat, the Punjab Government has remitted land ...

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  52. FIRST HANGING IN SERBIA.

    BELGRADE, May 22.—Wearing a top-hat and white gloves, the hangman executed a gendarme found guilty of murder yesterday. This was the first hanging in ...

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  53. HUME PIPE CO. IN CANADA.

    VANCOUVER, May 22.—Mr. W. R. Hume, managing director of the Hume Pipe Co. (Australasia), Ltd., has announced a plan to erect branch works of the ...

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