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  3. DEFENCE PROPOSALS.

    The most important business in the House of Representative yesterday was the Defence Equipment Bill. After the preliminary stages had been gone through the ...

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  4. FEDERAL PARLIAMENT.

    After the Supply Bill had been passed by the Senate yesterday, a bill to amend the "National Debt Sinking Fund Act was rend a first time. ...

    Article : 577 words
  5. YOUNGER APPEAL.

    The cross-examination of Nellie Kathleen Younger, of the Esplanade, Brighton Beach, whose husband, Alexander Mackie Younger, of North road, Caulfield builder, ...

    Article : 904 words
  6. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

    In the House of Representatives yesterday, the Attorney-General (Sir Littleton Gloom) moved the second reading of the Bankruptey Bill agreed to by the Senate. ...

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  7. SETTLED OUT OF COURT.

    HOBART. Friday.—It was officially announced by the Attorney-General (Mr. Ogilvie) yesterday that the case between Mr. G. W. Smith, formeryly Commissioner ...

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  8. FORMER WIFE'S CLAIM.

    Before Mr. Justice McArthur, in the Practice Court yesterday, Irene Lorna Taylor, of McCracken street, Kensington, applied for an order for permanent ...

    Article : 363 words
  9. WALK AROUND AUSTRALIA.

    PERTH, Friday.—Laurence O'shaughnessy, who left Melbourne 13 months ago on a walking tour around Australia has reached perth. He began [?] ...

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  11. MOTOR-LORRY AND TRAM.

    Before Judge Wasley, in the County Court yesterday, Mrs.[?] Victoria Hanrock of Henry street, [?] claimed from Samuel T. Barker, carter, of [?] road, Cheltenbam. ...

    Article : 119 words
  12. METEOROLOGICAL SERVICES.

    A bill to amend the Post and Telegraph Rates Act to provide for the establishment of free meteorological services was introduced be the Attoruey-General (Sir LIttle. ...

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  13. WIRELESS COMPANY'S AFFAIRS.

    In the House of Representative yesterday Mr. Lambor (N.S.w.) asked the prime Minister (Mr. Bruce) whether it was a fact that the Government owned ...

    Article : 163 words
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