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  2. DARING THEFT.

    MELBOURNE, June 6.—Snatching up three trays of diamond rings, valued in all at about £1,000, from the counter of P. B. McMaster's jewellery shop in ...

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  3. REVIVING AGRICULTURE.

    CANBERRA, June 6.—Important plans for a policy of agricultural development in Australia, intended to promote the triple ends of rural rehabilitation, the relief ...

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  4. £12,000,000 LOAN.

    CANBERRA, June 6.—Although no official statement was made tonight by the Federal Treasury, it was stated in an authoritative quarter that the ...

    Article : 284 words
  5. DISARMAMENT IMPASSE.

    GENEVA, June 5.—When the Bureau of the Disarmament Conference met again today to make a further effort, after yesterday violent controversy, to avoid a ...

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  6. FIRST TEST MATCH.

    LONDON, June 6.—Woodfull's success in the match against Lancashire at Manchester probably means that he and Ponsford will Open for Australia in the first ...

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  7. WHY BRITAIN DEFAULTS.

    Britain's decision not to mate the war debt payments due to the United States on June 15 does not mean repudiation of her obligations, according to a statement by the Chancellor of the Exchequer in the House of Commons on Tuesday, and Britain is ready to ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  8. BRITISH OPINION.

    LONDON, June 6.—The political correspondent of the "Daily Telegraph" states that even now, if the United States Government were prepared to accept a token ...

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  9. MANY SMALL APPLICATIONS.

    MELBOURNE, June 6.—It is understood in financial circles that the £12,000,000 loan has been fully subscribed. Banks and brokers were busy today ...

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  10. ELECTION PREPARATIONS.

    CANBERRA, June 6.—Keen interest was caused in Canberra tonight by an announcement by the Prime Minister (Mr. Lyons) that he would visit Melbourne ...

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  11. SOME BIG OFFERS.

    SYDNEY, June 6.—Although no official confirmation could be obtained today, it is understood that the £12,000,000 Commonwealth Loan has already been ...

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  12. U.S. PRESS RESTRAINED

    NEW YORK, June 5.—With the exception of the super-nationalistic Hearst Press, whose leading article on the British war debt Note starts: "How are the ...

    Article : 283 words
  13. FRENCH DEFENCE.

    PARIS, June 5.—The Minister for the Navy (M. Pietri) announced today that France would spend £7,500,000 in the next five years on the construction of ...

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  14. RAIN IN AMERICA.

    CHICAGO, June 5.—Rain fell today over wide areas in the Middle. West, but weather observers asserted that the grip of the prolonged drought was still ...

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  15. WYATT'S INJURY.

    LONDON, June 5.—There is a possibility that R. E. S. Wyatt, who has been appointed captain of the English team to meet. Australia in the first Test cricket ...

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  16. THE INTEREST RATE.

    ADELAIDE, June 6.—Speaking at Robertsown tonight the Premier (Mr. Butler) said that the £12,000,000 Commonwealth loan could have been issued at 3 ...

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  17. WORLD WHEAT CRISIS.

    LONDON, June 5.—As droughts are likely to ease the wheat surplus position, unofficial negotiations with the Argentine are being continued by the international ...

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  18. FORCING A SETTLEMENT.

    ROME, June 6.—Italy, approves of Britain's refusal to make a token war debt payment to America on June 15, believing this the best means of persuading ...

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  19. VICTORIAN SETTLERS.

    LONDON, June 5.—In the House of Commons today the Dominions Secretary (Mr. Thomas) informed Mr. Turton (Cons) that 225 dissatisfied British ...

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  20. PROFESSOR'S AFFAIRS.

    SYDNEY, June 6.—The monthly meeting of the Royal Society of New South Wales tonight passed a motion rescinding the motion adopting the balance sheet ...

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  21. AERONAUTICS AWARD.

    LONDON, June 5.—The Royal Aeronautical Society's gold medal for aeronautics has been awarded to Captain Geoffrey de Havilland director and designer of ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  22. AUSTRALIAN APPROVAL.

    CANBERRA, June 6.—The Prime Minister (Mr. Lyons) announced tonight that the Federal Ministry was in complete accord with the views expressed by Great ...

    Article : 552 words
  23. WHAT MIGHT HAPPEN.

    LONDON, June 5.—A hint of what might happen in the first Test match if the drought continues was given in the Notts-Derbyshire match, played at Trent ...

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  24. ANTARCTIC HEAT WAVE.

    LITTLE AMERICA, June 5.—This little polar community—Rear-Admiral Byrd's American expedition to the antarctic has entered on the 14th day of what for ...

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  25. TEDIOUS DAY'S PLAY.

    LONDON, June 6.—While it cannot be said that Woodfull has dispelled all doubts as to his form, it is a comforting thought that in his last innings before the first ...

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  26. LONDON DROUGHT.

    LONDON, June 5.—With a rainless three weeks following an exceptionally dry year, London's water supply position is grave. ...

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  27. RAMMED LIGHTSHIP.

    NEW YORK, June 6.—The United States Government today filed a writ claiming £100,000 against the White Star liner Olympic for the loss of the ...

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  28. MOTHER AND BROTHER KILLED

    LOS ANGELES, June 5.—Confessing to-day to police investigators that he killed his mother and younger brother with an axe, Louis Rude Payne (21), son of a ...

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  29. LAUNCH BLOWS UP.

    HONG KONG, June 6.—The Chinese steam launch Yu-Li was proceeding down Canton Harbour this morning when the boiler exploded, killing 100 passengers and ...

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  30. GRAMOPHONE CO.'S LOSSES.

    LONDON, June 6.—A drop in the demand for gramophone records, due to the popularity of the radio, coupled with the financial crisis, was described in the ...

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  31. A GOVERNOR ENTERTAINED.

    LONDON, June 5.—A reception and dance were held at Australia House to-night in honour of Major-General Sir Winston Dugan, Governor-designate of ...

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  32. BRITISH BY-ELECTION.

    LONDON, June 6.—The by election to the House of Commons for the Merthyr constituency, due to the death of Mr. R. C. Wallhead (Labour), was held today, and ...

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  33. VESSEL REFLOATED.

    SYDNEY, June 6.—The new vessel Desikoko was refloated this afternoon after having been aground for five days on a sandbank in Currumbene Creek. ...

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