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  2. DEATHS IN BLIZZARD.

    CHICAGO, March 8.—Citizens, aided by the unemployed, are digging out the city after a blizzard which lasted 36 hours during the week-end and left over 13 feet of ...

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  3. DIVIDED LABOUR.

    SYDNEY, March 9.—A motion of no-confidence in the Federal Treasurer (Mr. Theodore) was carried by the Dalley Electoral Counsil to-night by 26 votes to 5. ...

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  4. SERBIAN EARTHQUAKE.

    BELGRADE, March. 8.—Disastrous earthquakes are reported from Southern Serbia (a division of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia). One report places the casualties ...

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  5. SOVIET CONGRESS.

    MOSCOW, March 9.—M. Molotov, chairman of the Peoples' Commissars, reporting to the sixth All-Russian Congress of Soviets, declared that the success of ...

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  6. THE INDIAN SETTLEMENT.

    CALCUTTA, March 9.—Mr. M. K. Gandhi, the Congress Party leader, addressing a mass meeting at Delhi, gave an ultimatum to the young Congress ...

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  7. NEW STATE.

    CANBEREA, March 9.—A further indication that the new State movement in New South Wales is gaining momentum is that invitations are being sent to 95 ...

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  8. FARMERS' DEBTS.

    The Federal Government has been asked by the Attorney-General (Mr. T. A. L. Davy), as a matter of urgency, to consider the passage of a small Bill through ...

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  9. UNEMPLOYMENT.

    Representing unemployed members of trades unions, a deputation from the Trades Hall waited on the Premier (Sir James Mitchell) yesterday afternoon. ...

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  10. LOWER WAGES.

    MELBOURNE, March 9.—With the ultimate object of lessening the coat of the Federal Public Service by a reduction of 10 per cent, in salaries, a conference was ...

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  11. FIRE IN RANGOON.

    CALCUTTA, March 9.—The famous Shwe Dagon pagoda in Rangoon was badly damaged by a fire which destroyed "tazaungs" (or miniature places of ...

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  12. PROGRESS OF FIVE-YEAR PLAN.

    BERLIN, March 8.—Professor A. S. Hagen, former attache at the German Embassy in Moscow, from which post he was withdrawn because bis candour ...

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  13. CHECKING SECESSION.

    MELBOURNE, March 9.—Restriction of the activities of the Federal Government and the election of representatives of the Federal Parliament on a different basis ...

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  14. THE TREASURER DETERMINED.

    SYDNEY, March 9.—Commenting on the decision of the Dalley Electroal Council, Mr. Theodore said after the meeting: "I understand that I am now under the ...

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  15. EAST SYDNEY SEAT.

    SYDNEY, March 9.—Labour hostility towards the defeated Nationalist candidate (Mr. L. T. Courtenay) was displayed at the declaration of the poll in the East ...

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  16. ACCIDENTS.

    Two men had a miraculous escape from serious injury when a motor car in which they were travelling collided with another car and then plunged over a seven-feet ...

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  17. FEDERAL APPLICATIONS.

    MELBOURNE, March 9.—The Full Court of the Federal Arbitration Court had before it to-day an application by the Mt. Lyell and other companies for a ...

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  18. MR. LANG LAUNCHES OUT.

    SYDNEY, March 9,—By obtaining the co-operation of the unions in other States, the Lang faction, led by the secretary of the State Labour Council (Mr. J. S. ...

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  19. NEW YORE VICE.

    NEW YORK, March 8.—The ease of the murder of Vivian Gordon, a woman who was found strangled in a park recently, continues to increase in interest owing, to ...

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  20. NAVAL PACT.

    CONSTANTINOPLE, March 9.—The Turkish Foreign Minister and the Russian Ambassador have signed a protocol, under which, neither country shall construct war ...

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  21. ARMED MAN AT DISTURBANCE.

    "I have something better than stones and sticks." This remark, made by John Main (31), wood-carver, led to his being questioned by Inspector, Douglas during the ...

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  22. ACTS COMPARED.

    A comparison of costs incurred by farmers under the Farmers' Debts Adjustment Act and the Federal Bankruptcy Act was given by a Perth accountant yesterday. ...

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  23. An Emissary in London.

    SYDNEY, March 9.—The New South Wales Cabinet decided to-day, that Mr. Willis, Vice-President of the Executive Council, should be appointed ...

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  24. "PIGEON SOLDIERS."

    BRUSSELS, March 8.—Perhaps the most unusual of war memorials is that erected at Brussels to the memory of the carrier pigeons which served in the war. It was ...

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  25. DECREASE IN THIS STATE.

    WILUNA, March 9.—A largely-attended meeting was held yesterday morning to consider the proposed reduction of 8/ weekly on the State basic wage. Mr. W. ...

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  26. THE EAST SYDNEY RESULT.

    CANBERRA, Marcg 9.—"The East Sydney 'victory,'if repeated throughout every electorate in the Commonwealth, would mean a loss of more than 20 seats to the ...

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  27. DIVORCE COURT.

    In the Divorce Court yesterday, the Chief Justice (Sir Robert McMillen) dealt with two applications for divorce. Mary Emily Finlayson was granted a ...

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  28. MOTOR CYCLE HITS PEDESTRIAN.

    Three men were injured when a motor cycle collided with a pedestrian at the corner of Hill and Hay streets late last night. They were:— ...

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  29. CHEMICAL FALLS ON CROWD.

    TOKIO, March 9.—An unprecedented mishap occurred during aerial manoeuvres at Tokio yesterday. A liquid chemical liberated to produce a smoke screen failed ...

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  30. CUTS IN PROTECTED INDUSTRIES

    MELBOURNE, March 9.—Members of the Labour Women's Organising Committee passed the following resolution at their annual conference:— ...

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  31. FARM TRAGEDY.

    DUMBLEYUNG, March 9.—At 7 a.m. yesterday morning W. B. Smith, a farmer, of Dongolocking, near Dumbleyung, found his wife unconscious with a wound in ...

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  32. ROUSE'S ALLEGED CONFESSION

    LONDON, March 8.—Arthur Rouse, traveller, who is awaiting execution for having murdered an unknown man (the corpse was found beside Rouse's burning ...

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  33. BANK ROBBERY FAILS.

    SYDNEY, March 9.—Many thousands of pounds were in a safe which thieves unsuccessfully tried to open at the Commonwealth Bank, in Castlereagh-street: Sydney ...

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  34. ADELAIDE CITY SAVINGS.

    ADELAIDE, March 9.—The Adelaide City Council to-day agreed that the salaries of permanent officers, except male officers under 21 years of age, should be ...

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  35. APPEAL UPHELD.

    MELBOURNE, March 9.—The Court of Criminal, Appeal to-day upheld an appeal by James Ryan (39), formerly a police constable, of Clifton Hill, against his ...

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  36. BY CYCLE TO AUSTRALIA.

    LONDON, March 8.—Alessrs. L. M. Murray and W. J. Pearson, both of Birmingham, set out to-day with the intention of cycling 15,000 miles to Australia, travelling ...

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  37. WOOL SHIP ON SHOAL.

    LONDON, March 8.—The s.s. Buteshire (6,544) which was nearing the end of her voyage from Australia to Hull and London went aground on the Fairway Chequer ...

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  38. Mr. Ward's Introduction.

    SYDNEY, March 9.—Mr. Ward, the successful Labour candidate in the East Sydney by-election, will leave Sydney for Canberra to-morrow. If the Prime ...

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  39. VICTORIAN ENGINE DRIVERS.

    MELBOURNE, March 9.—Judge Drake Brockman, in the Federal Arbitration Court to-day, refused an application by the Federated Engine Drivers and Firemen's ...

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  40. MARCHING TO TRIAL

    BERLIN, March 9.—Headed by a brass band playing revolutionary tunes, 98 Communists marched to court to-day to stand trial for having resisted the police during ...

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  41. MR. CHARLIE CHAPLIN.

    LONDON, March 8.—Thousands of people mobbed Mr. Charlie Chaplin to-day at the Liverpool-street railway station, where be was entraining to catch a boat, ...

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  42. GAMBLING IN FRANCE.

    PARIS, March 8.—Following the institution of street totalisators, the Chamber of Deputies has decided to reopen the once fashionable Enghien casino, seven miles ...

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  43. MR. CURTIN'S POSITION.

    CANBERRA, March 9.—The fact that Mr. Curtin, M.H.R., of Western Australia, received only nine votes in the final ballot for Ministerial positions last week at the ...

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  44. MURDER OF GIRL.

    SYDNEY, March 9.—The death sentence passed on William Schubert for murder of his daughter near Newcastle has been commuted to penal servitude for life. ...

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  45. ACCIDENTAL ELECTROCUTION.

    The Acting Coroner (Mr. J. J. Lloyd, J.P.) yesterday conducted an inquest concerning the death of Charles Roeburn McRitchie (40), married a fuel hand ...

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  46. GLIDER CRASHES.

    LONDON, March 8.—Mr. Thomas Eaton Lander, expert gliding engineer, took off in a glider at Faulkner's End, Harpenden, to-day, and after he had risen to a good ...

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  47. RATIONING ON TRAMWAYS.

    MELBOURNE, March 9.—Sitting, in single jurisdiction in the Federal Arbitration Court to-day, Judge Beeby granted an application by the Metropolitan ...

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  48. MARINE DECISION RESERVED.

    SYDNEY, March 9.—The Court of Marine Inquiry, which for several weeks has been investigating the loss of the Nereus and her captain and mate, off Low Head. ...

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