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  2. IMPERIAL CONFERENCE.

    LONDON, Oct. 13.—Hope deferred is not exactly making the hearts of the Dominion delegates at the Imperial Conference sick, but in one or two instances it is ...

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  4. COAL CONTRACTS.

    Speaking in the Legislative Assembly last night on the subject of the Railway Department and its attitude towards coal from the Griffin mine at Collie, the ...

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  5. FINANCIAL CRISIS.

    MELBOURNE, Oct. 14.—Federal Ministers will assemble in Sydney on Thursday for a meeting of the Cabinet. Several important matters will be considered, ...

    Article : 210 words
  6. Rl0l DISASTER.

    LONDON, Oct. 13.—Dr. Eckener, commander of the Graf Zeppelin, who attended the funeral of the victims of the R101 on Saturday, as the official representative ...

    Article : 268 words
  7. THE INDIAN FRONTIER.

    CALCUTTA, Oct. 14.—There are again signs of a dangerous situation developing on the North West Frontier of India where sections of the turbulent Afridis, ...

    Article : 149 words
  8. MR. GRAHAM'S SPEECH.

    LONDON, Oct. 14.—Commenting upon yesterday's proceedings of the Imperial Conference, "The Times" states:—"It would have been more courteous to ...

    Article : 498 words
  9. INTERNAL TERRORISM.

    CALCUTTA, Oct. 14.—A plot to shoot Bombay police officers as a means of revenge for the sentences of death passed on three Indians for conspiracy and murder in ...

    Article : 182 words
  10. SALARY REDUCTIONS.

    MELBOURNE, Oct. 14.—To consider the proposals for reductions in salaries and wages made by the Acting Prime Minister (Mr. Fenton) yesterday, to a ...

    Article : 211 words
  11. EXPERTS' VIEWS.

    PARIS, Oct. 13.—Reports appearing in "Le Temps" credit several experts, who have been making investigations, with having expressed the belief that the ...

    Article : 75 words
  12. SUPERPHOSPHATE.

    BUNBURY, Oct. 14.—The new fertiliser works of Cuming Smith and Mt. Lyell Farmers' Fertilisers, Ltd., at Picton, were this afternoon by the Premier ...

    Article : 569 words
  13. FRENCH ASSISTANCE.

    PARIS, Oct. 14.—The British Embassy has announced that the Prince of Wales gave an audience to the French Air Minister (M. Laurent Eynac) at London to-day. ...

    Article : 72 words
  14. GOVERNORSHIP OF TASMANIA.

    HOBART, Oct. 14.—In the House of Assembly to-night, the Premier (Mr. McPhee) stated that in view of the difficult financial position of the State, a ...

    Article : 112 words
  15. SALVAGE WORK PROCEEDING.

    PARIS, Oct. 13.—The work of cutting through the wreckage of the R101 at Beauvais is proceeding, with the purpose of removing the engines. The ...

    Article : 74 words
  16. THE VERDICT OF INDUSTRY.

    LONDON, Oct. 13.—Out of 72 per cent of the members of the Federation of British Industries who voted definitely on a questionnaire as to the merits of free ...

    Article : 126 words
  17. LEGAL FIRM'S AFFAIRS

    MELBOURNE, Oct. 14.—Horace George Wimpole, of the firm of Toohey and Wimpole, solicitors, of Queen-street, whose estate was recently sequestrated on a debtor's ...

    Article : 764 words
  18. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN BUDGET.

    ADELAIDE, Oct. 14.—Declaring that balancing the Budget was not only an act of financial rectitude, but also a matter of self-preservation, the Premier (Mr. Hill) ...

    Article : 104 words
  19. AVIATION.

    NEW YORK, Oct. 13.—Mrs. Keith Miller, the Australian airwoman, who accompanied Captain Lancaster on a flight from England to Australia in 1927 and 1928, ...

    Article : 185 words
  20. LOWER WAGES INVITED.

    MELBOURNE, Oct. 14.—With the object of assisting the council to make economies and to give a lead to officers in the Government service, the Town Clerk ...

    Article : 68 words
  21. VICTORIAN RAINS.

    MELBOURNE, Oct. 14.—For the present the general rains that have been drenching Victoria have finished and the northern rivers, which were threatening to flood, ...

    Article : 92 words
  22. LONDON TO CAPE TOWN.

    CAPE TOWN, Oct. 13.—Lieut. R. F. Caspareuthes, a young South African airman, who left Lympne (Eng.) on October 5 in a Puss Moth monoplane, ...

    Article : 74 words
  23. BROADCAST PROGRAMMES.

    To-day,—7.30 a.m.: Town Hall chimes and weather forecast. 7.31: Music, 7.57: Cables. 8.0: Time signal. 8.3: Mails and shipping 8.8: Music. 8.28: Weather synopsis and ...

    Article : 446 words
  24. LABOUR CONFERENCE.

    MELBOURNE, Oct. 14.—Most of the time at the conference of the Federal executive of the Australian Labour Party to-day was devoted to a discussion of ...

    Article : 443 words
  25. BANNED FROM A CHURCH.

    LONDON, Oct. 13.—Arising from the award of the Consistory Court at Durham last week, which ordered the removal from a church of certain articles of which ...

    Article : 167 words
  26. SEAMEN'S WAGES.

    MELBOURNE, Oct. 14.—Officials of the Seamen's Union stated to-day that the log of claims submitted by the ship owners for reductions in the wages of seamen ...

    Article : 189 words
  27. GRIPPED BY OCTOPUS.

    SYDNEY, Oct. 14.—Measuring about two feet across the body and with long tenacles, an octopus attacked C. Messenger, a fisherman, who dived into the harbour, off ...

    Article : 116 words
  28. VICTORIAN GOVERNMENT

    MELBOURNE, Oct. 14.—The [?] on the no-confidence motion launched against the State Minstry by the Nationalist Party was resumed this afternoon and ...

    Article : 60 words
  29. ROBBED IN CHURCH.

    MELBOURNE, Oct. 14.—While kneeling at prayer in St. Paul's Church at mid-day to-day, Mrs. McDonald, of Hampshire-street. Sunshine was robbed of her purse. ...

    Article : 53 words
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