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  2. BACKLESS BATHERS TO BE WORN HERE

    It seems that Adelaide [?] councils are to follow Sydney authorities in their tolerant attitude towards the wearing of ...

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  3. BURNED TO DEATH AT ASYLUM

    Badly burned when her clothes mysteriously burst into flames while she was in a ward with 50 other patients and two attendants. ...

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  4. PEACE IN EAST HANGS ON LEAGUE DECISION

    Today's decision of the Council of the League of Nations on the dispute between Japan and China over the trouble in Manchuria will have a momentous effect on peace in the Par East. Relations between Japan and China are undoubtedly at breaking ...

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  5. "CHEAP POLITICAL GUFF"

    Accusing the Premier of "paltry perfidy," the- Speaker of the House of Representatives (Sir. Makin) issued a statement today, ...

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  6. WHEAT PRICE KEEPS UP

    The upward movement in wheat values continues, and a further advance of a halfpenny a bushel for fanners' lots was recorded ...

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  7. FENDING WORK FOR GIRLS

    The splendid wort that is being done to find employment for boys en suburban blocks is to be supplemented by practical ...

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  8. HOLIDAY WEATHER FOR SPORTS TODAY

    Today's holiday was instituted for the celebrations of trade unionists. It is now one of the most popular holidays ...

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  9. WOMAN PILOT IN AIR PAGEANT

    At least one woman pilot will fly a plane in the air races at the Aero Club's great pageant at Parafield on Saturday. ...

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  10. NEWSPAPER'S SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT

    The "Evening Standard has Issued a' special illustrated Australian supplement, to which a special correspondent asserts that British investors "realise ...

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  11. LEAGUE DISCUSSES DISPUTE

    The League Council opened at noon today, when the French Foreign Minister (M. Briand). who presided, in a tang and emotional appeal, stressed ...

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  12. BUOYANT INCOME TAX REVENUE

    Main features of the Treasury returns for the September quarter were that Customs revenue was square with the Estimates, the sales tax was about ...

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  13. Heavy Business On Melbourne Exchange

    Par the second time since Great Britain suspended the gold standard, on September 20, the Stock Exchange market today was lifted strongly out ...

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  14. "ART OF APPRECIATING WINE"

    Belief than a much more hopeful era had dawned for the Empire, in which Australia might well expect to have a share, was expressed by the general ...

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  15. SUDDEN DEATH OF SCULPTOR

    It appears that the famous Australian sculptor, Sir Bertram Mackennai, who died suddenly in Devon on Saturday, worked at high pressure last ...

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  16. OPPOSITION TO LANG PLAN CANDIDATE

    The president of the Citizens' League (Mr. W. Queale) who is in Sydney, sent a telegram to the general secretary (Mr. Bagot) yesterday, strongly urging ...

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  17. MUTILATED BODIES IN WELL

    The astonishing discovery of thirty corpses, indescribably mutilated, at the bottom of a well, caused the Finnish police to suspect a widespread outbreak ...

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  18. NAVAL SQUADRON COMING

    October 23 will begin Fleet Week In Adelaide, when the Australian Squadron will be here. Many social functions are being arranged. Some ...

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  19. Good Result of Premiers' Plan, Comments Mr. Scullin

    The Treasury figures for the September quarter, indicating as they do that the Budget estimates will be realisedfor the' whole year, drew from the ...

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  20. PAYMENTS ON WAR SERVICE HOMES

    The Treasurer announce October House of Representatives today [?] the Government reg[?]tted the ments could not be made for [?] ...

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  21. FEDERAL MEMBERS' 'PERKS?

    Given an opportunity in the House of Representatives today to – abolish some of their "perks," members reso—lutely declined to do so. ...

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  22. FURTHER HELP FOR GERMANY?

    it is believed at Basle that the Bank of International Settlements has extended for three months the £20,000,000 credit granted to Germany in June, and ...

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  23. FIGHT WITH MR. LANG

    In an attack on Senators Dunn and Rae for their condemnation of the Federal Government, the Minister for Home Affairs (Mr. Blakeley) made a ...

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  24. CANBERRA LAID UP

    Resulting from a dispute with [?] seamen's Union, the departure[?] inter-State [?] for Melbourne, timed for noon [?] ...

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  25. Test Action Against N.S.W. Savings Bank

    Some of the principal depositors of the New South Wales Government Savings Bank who are domiciled in the Federal Capital Territory have ...

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  26. Enquiry Into Federal Finances Suggested

    The appointment of a committee by the States to enquire into Commonwealth finances was suggested by Mr. Anthoney (L[?]0 in the Assembly yes. ...

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  27. PLAN, SHORTER WEEK AND WAGES CUT

    Representatives of the different States win attend a special meeting of the inter-State executive of the Australasian Council of Trade Unions ...

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  28. MR. SCOLLOPS SYMPATHY

    The Crime Minister (Mr. Scullin) today sent the following message to Lady Mackennai, in London:—"On behalf of the Government and the ...

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  29. TARIFF REVISION SOUGHT

    Revised tariffs and Empire preference is advocated in the following telegram which was sent to the leader of the Opposition in the Senate (Sir ...

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  30. SOUND FINANCE

    The Premiers' Plan, its alternatives, and what it has already achieved will be explained by the Premier (Mr. Hill) at a public meting in the Adelaide ...

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  31. Shot Fired From Window Wounds Sawmiller

    James Patterson, of Pattersons Ltd, sawmillers, Toowong, is In a private hospital under treatment for a bullet wound in the left shoulder.' ...

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  32. "SLIGHT TO OUR WINE INDUSTRY"

    Several South Australian vignerons yesterday expressed regret that there was no review of the 1931 vintage in Sooth Australia available, because the ...

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  33. PEOPLE HOARDING SILVER COINAGE

    The Treasurer told Mr. Mackay (U.A.P., Q.), in the House of Representatives today, that the chief reason for the increased demand for silver ...

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  34. CAR RUNS BACKWARDS

    When Mr, W. J. Dale, traveller of Leader-street, Forestville, cranked his motor car,-which he had parked on the north-side of Hindley-street, Adelaide, ...

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  35. Expected Federal Action

    The Prime Minister (Mr. Scullin) told the Touse of Representatives tonight that he would have an important statement to make in a day or two ...

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  36. DEPUTATION NOT RECEIVED

    Because the Minister of industry (Mr. McInnes) instated on receiving deputation only of the strength which he had stipulated, members of the ...

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  37. Earthquake at Malayta, Solomon Islands

    According to a radio message received at Sydney today by the managing secretary of the Malayta Company, the manager of the company on the island ...

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  38. Sir, John Monash

    The Prime Minister (Mr. Scullin) announced in the House of Rep[?] lives today that the Commo[?] Government will con[?]der the ...

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  39. Sydney Wool Market Very Firm at Previous Rates

    Wool sales were held today, when 11.946 bales were catalogued, and sales. Including private transactions, amounted to 13,243 bales – ...

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  40. BLOODSTAINS. BUT NO CREW

    The boat Maraubra, with the police party on board. returned today with the-lugger Ouida in tow. The lugger had teen beached and anchored be ...

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  41. Quick Police Work at Parkside

    Two hours after a house at Fullarton had been broken into and ransacked yesterday afternoon. Constable Cole, of Parkside. with Constable S. ...

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  42. "So This Is Adelaide"

    The first issue of "So This is Adelaide" has been received. It contains critical articles (some censorious) and short poems, with £he promise of more ...

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  43. Earl Jellicoe's Health Ca[?] Anxiety

    The abdominal symptoms of Admiral Earl Jellicoe, who became ill in [?] on his recent visit there, and [?] health has not been satisfactory [?] ...

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  44. Broken Hill Decision On A.L.P. Dispute

    A minute on the books of the local assembly of the Australian Labor Party concerning the dispute between the Federal and the State executives ...

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  45. Most Satisfactory Clearances At Melbourne Sales

    The market at today's wool sales ruled very firm, at very full late rates. Clearances were most satisfactory. The offering comprised 8570 bales. ...

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  46. Increased Taxation in Tasmania

    Schedules were introduced Into the Assembly tonight by the Treasurer (Mr. McPhee) providing for increases in taxation on stamp duty, income tax ...

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  47. Suggestion For World Open Tennis Tournament

    "L'Auto" declares that the French Tennis Federation approves a scheme for an annual world open tournament, inducing professionals such as Tilden. ...

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  48. Death of Oakbank Brewer

    Mr. Walker Henry Pike, who died at Oakbank on Monday, was a principal of Pike & Co., brewers, of Oakbank. He was 64- He was a son of ...

    Article : 69 words
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