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  2. FEDERAL ARBITRATION PROCEDURE

    Important additions to the Federal Arbitration Court were forecast by the Prime Minister (Mr. Lyons) yesterday when he received a request, from representatives of the Banking and Insurance Employees organisations for ...

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  3. AIR SERVICE BY NIGHT

    Further details were announced to-day of the proposed inter-capital night airline, controlled by a joint Australian and American financial combine. It is ...

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  4. WATER SCHEME AT RAILTON

    The opening of the Railton water scheme and the domestic arts school-room took place on Saturday afternoon. The Minister for Lands and Works ...

    Article : 363 words
  5. NO SETTLEMENT IN SIGHT

    For the second week-end householders served by the Metropolitan Gas Company were inconvenienced by a restricted gas supply, the "stay-in" ...

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  6. Shells Fall on French Village

    Inhabitants of Altuiller, on the River Moselle, fled in panic when shells fell on the village to-day. The shells had been fired from ...

    Article : 86 words
  7. HOW ARMED THIEVES WERE CAPTURED

    The manager of a bakery company at Balmain, who feigned unconsciousness after he had been struck on the head by a masked man in the bakery last night, was responsible for the recovery of £200, which was taken ...

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  8. FEARED FLIERS ARE DEAD

    The belief is hardening that the missing Soviet fliers will not be found alive if they endeavoured to land on the ice pack. This is based on the report of ...

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  9. Why Europeans Prefer Australia

    Speaking through interpreters because only a few can talk English, representatives of the 198 alien migrants whose arrival on ...

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  10. CHALLENGE FROM MR. ABERHART

    The authority of the Federal Government to disallow Alberta's financial legislation has been challenged in a telegram from the Social Credit ...

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  11. INQUEST OPENED

    An inquest was opened at Longford on Saturday before the coroner (Mr. W. F. Archer) into the death of Raynor Hitchens (11), who was struck ...

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  12. COMMONWEALTH PARLIAMENT

    Although he will be guided by the party's advice, the Federal Labour Leader (Mr. Curtin) is not disposed to follow the customary procedure of ...

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  13. CORRESPONDENCE

    Sir,—As a resident of Deloraine I wish to protest at the action of the council clerk, who has convened a meeting of those interested in ...

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  14. DEPARTURE FROM BERLIN

    Quietly and unassumingly, as befitted one of the world's best foreign correspondents. Norman Ebbutt, representative of "The Times" in Berlin, left for ...

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  15. Mother Had Premonition

    More than 60 persons, including police took part in a search in the Torrens Gorge, Mount Lofty Ranges, last night, and this ...

    Article : 99 words
  16. CROP REPORT FOR JULY

    Potatoes—Brownells are still being dug in the north, chiefly from the higher country. Yields re affected by blight in some parts. Bismarcks for the ...

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  17. NEW LINER'S FIRST VOYAGE

    The owners entertained a large party on an over-night cruise from Tilbury to Southampton in the Orient Line's new yachtlike Orcades, which is much ...

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  18. U.S. NEW ZEALAND AIR ROUTE

    The United States Bureau of Air Commerce is reported to have abandoned the plan for a direct route to New Zealand from Hawaii. ...

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  19. CANNIBALISM IS SUSPECTED

    The Delhi correspondent of 'The Times," writing from Rawalpindi, says the frontier police have rounded up 100 members of a nomadic tribe ...

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  20. TWO ADMITTED TO HOSPITAL

    As the sequel to interrogation by the police at Stanmore yesterday, a man was admitted to the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital suffering from bullet wounds ...

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  21. BACK FROM INTERIOR

    The Mackay aerial expedition, which left Sydney on July 19 to survey a large area of Central Australia, returned to Mascot to-day, after having ...

    Article : 90 words
  22. OATLANDS

    At a meeting of the Oatlands Institute and Library at the Town Hall on Friday night, those present were the chairman (Mr. R. T. Fish), Messrs. ...

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  23. LIBRARIANS' INSTITUTE

    The Australian Institute of Librarians to-day elected the following as its provisional executive: Mr. W. H. Ifould, principal, librarian of the ...

    Article : 72 words
  24. LOVESICK ATHLETES WANT TO GO HOME

    The "Daily Mails" Paris correspondent says:— "Eight crack American athletes, all co-educated college boys, who appeared at the White City ...

    Article : 171 words
  25. POLICE SURROUND STATION

    A police wireless patrol rushed to the Thornbury railway station at 2.15 a.m. to-day, and the patrol men, after surrounding the station, arrested two ...

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  26. EARTHQUAKE SHAKES PHILIPPINES

    Three earthquake shocks, described as the most serious for years, rocked the city and surrounding country to-day and disrupted the telephone and power ...

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  27. LAWS OF BOWLS

    The new laws of the games, compiled by the Australian Bowling Council, contain many Amendments and additions. ...

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  28. SMALL POX HOSPITAL

    One of the strangest hospitals in Britain is the South Wharf Isolation Hospital smallpox patients, on the Thames at Rotherhithe. ...

    Article : 116 words
  29. WYNYARD

    After being on the postal staff of the Wynyard post office for the past seven years, Mr. A. D. Livingston has received notice of his transfer and ...

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  30. SEVENTH BIRTHDAY

    Princess Margaret Rose celebrated her seventh birthday to-day, spending it at Balmoral. She was presented with her first bicycle. ...

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  31. SETTLEMENT OF DISPUTE EXPECTED

    The correspondent of the "Daily Telegraph" at Prague says it is expected that diplomatic relations between Portugal and Czechoslovakia will be ...

    Article : 72 words
  32. DEATH OF SCHOOLBOY

    The theory that Donald Bunyan, the nine-year-old Lithgow schoolboy, accidentally slot himself with an old pistol is being investigated by detectives. ...

    Article : 118 words
  33. Advertising

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  34. WARATAH

    Mr. T. G. Purtell concluded the present season's series of W.E.A. lectures to the Waratah branch of the Workers' Educational Association with a talk on ...

    Article : 171 words
  35. COURTESY CAUSED DEATH

    An act of courtesy resulted in the death at the Alfred Hospital yesterday of Kenneth Bramford (18), of Point Nepean road, Parkdale. The ...

    Article : 67 words
  36. LEAVING FOR MELBOURNE

    Mr. H. C. Whyman, who has been district manager for the Colonial Mutual Life Assurance Society Ltd., in Launceston, will leave by the ...

    Article : 97 words
  37. BENDIGO ROBBERY

    One of the most daring robberies of recent years was perpetrated on Friday night, when the furniture warehouse of Morley Johnson. ...

    Article : 68 words
  38. CANADIAN EXPORTS INCREASE

    Canadian exports for the first seven months of 1937 are valued at 617,000,000 dollars, an increase of 113,000,000 dollars There is an increase of 55,000,000 ...

    Article : 46 words
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