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  2. TROUBLED INDIA.

    CALCUTTA, May 24.—Communist plans for a revolt throughout India were disclosed by a pamphlet found on an agitator who was recently arrested. The ...

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  3. MINORITY IN POLAND.

    GENEVA, May 23.—A dramatic controversy marked the closing cession of the League of Nations Council to-day. Dr. Curtius (the German Foreign Minister), ...

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  4. WHEAT PROBLEMS.

    LONDON, May 23.—The principal result of the wheat conference which ended to-day, will be the establishment of a secretariat representing all ...

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  5. PAPAL ENCYCLICAL.

    ROME, May 23.—The full text of the Papal encyclical, a summary of which was published when it was delivered, on May 15, has now been issued. The encyclical ...

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  6. CHIEF SCOUTS VISIT.

    With smiling faces turned smartly to the right, nearly 5,000 boys and girls marched past their chiefs on Saturday, At the saluting base. Lord and Lady ...

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  7. FUNDS FOR FARMERS.

    CANBERRA, May 24.—The Minister for Markets (Mr. Parker Moloney) referred yesterday to what he termed "the grossly misleading propaganda" being circulated ...

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  8. LANG PLAN CENSURED.

    BRISBANE, May 24.—Queensland industrial organisations, unions and branches of the Australian Labour Party are warned that expulsion Will follow advocacy of ...

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  9. LOAN COUNCIL

    MELBOURNE, May 24.—State Treasurers, who have attended many meetings of the Federal Loan Council in the past nine months, suffered another disappointment ...

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  10. N.S.W. EXECUTIVE CRITICISED.

    SYDNEY, May 24—At Goulburn a meeting addressed by the Minister for Defence (Mr. Chifley) with the object of forming a branch of the Federal ...

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  11. FEDERAL COMMITTEE'S MEETING

    CALCUTTA, May 24.—It is understood that Mr. M. K. Gandhi, the Congress leader, has definitely decided not to attend the meeting of the Federal Structure ...

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  12. The Viceroy's Negotiations.

    LONDON, May 23.—Arrangements in connection with the resumption of the work of the Federal Structure Committee of the Indian Round Table Conference ...

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  13. CHEMICAL TRADE.

    LONDON, May 23.—Agreement on wage reduction was reached at a meeting in Manchester yesterday of the Chemical Trade Joint Industrial Council. ...

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  14. BLINDED AND STABBED

    SYDNEY, May 24.—Mr. Arthur Berman (38), manager of the Royal Prince Alfred Art Union, was stabbed with a knife in his office in Spring-street yesterday ...

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  15. AVIATION.

    LONDON, May 23.—Captain Neville Stack and Mr. J. R. Chaplin, in the plane in which, on the first stage of a projected flight to Australia, they flew in ...

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  16. QUOTA PROPOSAL.

    LONDON, May 23.—The Minister for Agriculture (Dr. Addison) in an interview to-day, stated that the Cabinet's policy regarding a wheat quota, had not ...

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  17. HOLLYWOOD SHOOTING

    LOS ANGELES, May 22.—David Clark Young, a former deputy district attorney with a record hitherto believed to have been unblemished, was charged by the ...

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  18. HIDING TOWNS.

    PARIS, May 23.—The creation of an artificial fog to protect towns and villages in war-time is now regarded as a practical proposition. In the presence of Marshal ...

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  19. FLIGHT TO ENGLAND.

    BRISBANE, May 24.—Flying-Officer C. W. A. Scott arrived at Camooweal at 2.50 p.m. to-day after a flight of 1hr. 40min. from Cloncurry. He ...

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  20. DECREASED ACREAGE.

    WASHINGTON, May 23.—The reduction of the world wheat acreage outside Russia and China for the 1931-1932 season was said by the Department of ...

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  21. FIRE IN AERODROME.

    SYDNEY, May 24.—A man was severely burned and two Gipsy Moth aeroplanes were damaged, one badly, in a fire which broke oat in a hangar at Mascot ...

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  22. GIANT AIRSHIPS.

    LONDON, May 22.—The "Daily Express" tates that plans for super-Zeppelins to carry more than 100 persons to the Far East in 4½ days, have been ...

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  23. FLYING TRAINING.

    A New record wag established last week by a competitor for "The West Australian" Flying training trophy, which is being competed for by ...

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  24. TO AVOID RACE WAR.

    TORONTO, May 23.—Intermixing and marriage between Orientals and whites in British Columbia would not only settle the race problem, but the resultant race ...

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  25. AERIAL STRENGTH.

    NEW YORK, May 22.—An aerial armada, consisting of 672 'planes, carrying 1,400 men, gathered at neighbouring air ports this evening, in preparation for a ...

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  26. DIVE TO EARTH.

    BRISBANE, May 24.—There was a thrill at the Queensland Aero Club pageant at Archerfield yesterday when an aeroplane piloted by Mr. Clive Jones nosedived and ...

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  27. FILMS OF CRIME.

    MELBOURNE, May 24.—The Chief Secretary (Mr. Tunnecliffe) announced yesterday that he intended to direct the attention of the Commonwealth Film ...

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  28. ACCIDENTS.

    When crossing Beaufort-street, near Chatsworth-road, Highgate Hill in front of a moving train car late on Saturday afternoon. Gerald Grave (53), farmer, of ...

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  29. THEFTS FROM STORE.

    BUSSELTON, May 23.—Goods sufficient to open a small drapery store were exhibited in the Bnsselton Police Court this morning, when the sequel to a series of ...

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  30. A PEER'S COMPLAINT.

    LONDON, May 23.—Lord Inverclyde has authorised his legal agent to state that a summons had been taken out in Edinburgh against his wife (formerly an ...

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  31. NEW FLOATING DOCK.

    LONDON, May 22.—A floating dock 584 feet long with, a lifting capacity of 17,000 tons will be launched at Swan and Hunter's yards at Wallsend-on-Tyne on May ...

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  32. TENDER DERAILED.

    BRISBANE, May 24.—Due to a slight derailment, the Sydney-Brisbane train via Kyogle arrived 50 minutes late at South Brisbane station this afternoon. The ...

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  33. MOTOR CYCLISTS' MISHAPS.

    Robert Schofield, of Mooring-street, Belmont, was riding a motor cycle westward along St. George's-terrace about noon on Saturday, when it came into violent ...

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  34. FAMOUS CHARITABLE ORDER.

    LONDON, May 22.—The Ancient Order of Frothblowers, who introduced all over the world their anthem, "The more we are together," have carried a resolution ...

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  35. WHITSUNTIDE HOLIDAY.

    LONDON, May 23.—The House of Commons has adjourned for the Whitsuntide recess. The session frill be resumed on June 2. ...

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  36. SERVICE ON ESPLANADE.

    Thousands of guides, brownies, cubs, scouts and rovers gathered yesterday morning on the Esplanade, where a combined service was held. The guides and scouts ...

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  37. WOMAN HURT IN COLLISION.

    As a result of a side-on collison between two motor cars on the corner of Albany-road and Cargill-street, Victoria Park, early yesterday morning, Mrs. Gertrude Langer. ...

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  38. PROFITABLE WINE SALES.

    LONDON, May 22.—Mrs. Meyrick, known as "The Night Club Queen," and on previous occasions convicted and imprisoned, was again sentenced to-day to ...

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  39. A SYDNEY MYSTERY.

    SYDNEY, May 24.—Mysery surrounds the wounding of a man and the poisoning of his wife in their home in May-street, Newtown, early this morning. The ...

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  40. PREMIERS' CONFERENCE TO-DAY

    MELBOURNE, May 24.—The Premiers' Conference will begin to-morrow morning. This meeting will be attended by the Premier of New South Wales (Mr. Lang), ...

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  41. MISHAPS AT TATTOO.

    ADELAIDE, May 24.—Mock warfare attracted a big crowd to the Wayville showgrounds last night, when the Fourth Military District held a tattoo. The naval ...

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  42. CHURCH SERVICES.

    SYDNEY, May 24.—Church leaders report that for some months past there has been a general increase in attendances at Divine services in New South Wales. In ...

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  43. ADRIFT IN LAUNCH.

    MELBOURNE, May 24.—With a disabled engine, an 18-foot motor launch containing three men was lashed by high seas in Port Phillip Bay from Thursday ...

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  44. FALL AT FISH JETTY.

    Harold Johnson (67), of Market-street, Fremantle, fell down some steps at the Fremantle fish market jetty yesterday morning and received injuries to his right ...

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  45. RIOT IN NEW YORK.

    NEW YORK, May 24.—A large mob of labourers, who were on strike, accompanied by their wives, some of whom carried babies, to-day stormed the Town ...

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  46. AVOIDING HARDSHIP.

    SYDNEY, May 24.—The Leader of the Country Party (Dr. Page) said at Kempsey yesterday that, simultaneously with a reduced State and Federal expenditure ...

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  47. JAMMED BETWEEN TRAM CARS.

    An unusual accident befell Aubrey King (64), unemployed, of 445 William-street, Perth, when he was jammed between two moving tram cars early on Saturday ...

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  48. QUEENSLAND RAILWAYS.

    BRISBANE, May 24.—The question of writing-off from £20,000,000 to £30,000,000 of the capital indebtedness of the State railways will be discussed at a ...

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  49. EARLY MORNING FIRE.

    QUAIRADING, May 24.—A fire occurred yesterday morning at 3.30 o'clock, at a boarding house in Parker-street, belonging to the estate of the late Mr. ...

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  50. SUNKEN LINER'S TREASURE.

    ROME, May 22.—The Italian Salvage company Sorima will make another attempt to recover the bullion which is still lying in the ...

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  51. OLD SOLDIERS.

    SYDNEY, May 24.—The annual luncheon, given to-day by the Commonwealth Government to veterans of the Imperial Navy and Army, who were on active ...

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  52. M. BRIAND'S RESIGNATION.

    PARIS, May 24.—The Prime Minister, M. Laval, to-day visited M. Briand and begged him to reconsider his decision to resign the Foreign Ministership. M. ...

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