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  2. PURSER APPEAL.

    One of the greatest racing sensations during recent years reached, another stage a few minutes before 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon when the official announcement ...

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  3. INDUSTRIAL DISPUTES.

    Officials of the Victorian division of the Australian Union of Locomotive Enginemen stated yesterday that definite action had been deferred, pending receipt of ...

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  4. RUSSIAN LETTER.

    A remarkable communique has been issued from the headquarters of the Labour party categorically describing as untrue the letter purporting to have been written ...

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  5. CHINESE CIVIL WAR.

    Chang Tso-kuq, the Manchunan war lord, when interviewed at Mukden to-day, declared that the independence of the three Eastern Manchurian provinces of Fengtien, ...

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  6. NAVAL PROGRAMME.

    SYDNEY, Monday—Tenders have been called by the Federal Ministry for the construction in Great Britain of two modern submarine cruisers with a ...

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  7. TWELVE BEST ROSES.

    The position ot the 12 leading roses remain unchanged. Interest in the selection will very largely centre upon the Spring Show to be conducted by the ...

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  8. HOSPITAL APPEAL.

    Further returns in connection with the Hospital Saturday and Sunday appeal show that there is every likelihood of the realisation of the hope of Mr. E. G. Hicks, ...

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  9. Experts Satisfied.

    Notwithstanding the Communist denials the Foreign Office is entirely satisfied with the genuineness of the Zinoxieff letter. M. Rakovsky has written a letter to the ...

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  10. Port Nicholson Beached.

    LAS PALMAS (Canary Islands), Oct. 26. The steamer Port Nicholson from London to Sydney was travelling at full speed when she struck a rock at El Roque, ...

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  11. WHARF WORKERS' THREAT.

    In view of the threatened strike against overtime work on the Melbourne wharves, the Trades Hall industrial disputes committee yesterday resolved to convene a ...

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  12. German Communists.

    In connection with the celebration of the anniversary of the Communist outbreak at Hamburg last year, M. Zinoxieff declared that a proletarian revolution was ...

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  13. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ARGUS.

    Sir, I cannot help wondering why so high a place is accorded to Madame Abel Chatenay. May it not be that many of us are unconsciously biased by the name, ...

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  14. THE COLLECTION.

    [?] Church, Canterbury, £77/11/4; Victorian Association of Spiritualists' Church, £25/12/; Holy Trinity Church East Melbourne, £19/8/3; St. Joseph's R.C., Port Melbourne, ...

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  15. Mr. Elder in New York.

    The Commonwealth Commissioner (Mr. J. A. M. Elder), who took up his duties yesterday, in a conversation with newspaper reporters, said:—"I am here to learn ...

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  16. Soviet's Bad Faith.

    The Rome correspondent of the "Morning Post" states that all shades of political opinion, except the Communists, give prominence to M. Zinovieff's letter as most ...

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  17. GASWORKERS' CLAIM.

    In an endeavour to settle the differences existing between the Metropolitan Gas Company and its employees, the Premier (Mr. Prendergast) yesterday conferred ...

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  18. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ARGUS.

    Sir, The climate in this part of South Gippsland is death to prenatiana roses. Golden emblem (a pernet) struggles hard to survive, and producers a few nice blooms, ...

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  19. De Valera Rearrested.

    Mr. de Valera, the Irish Republican leader, who was arrested at Newry, Ulster, when ahout to address a meeting in favour of a Republican candidate for the House ...

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  20. ST. KILDA ROAD TRAM.

    Considerable importance is attached to the recent decision of the Minister for Public Works (Mr Jones) in refusing to recommend to the Governor in Council ...

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  21. MEAT INDUSTRY AWARD.

    Inconsistencies and anomalies which are claimed to be contained in the new award of the Meat Industry Employees' Union were discussed at a meeting of drovers, ...

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  22. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ARGUS.

    Sir,—Jessie Clark does not seem to have found the favour that is due to it. IN my garden at this time of the year there is nothing to equal it for brilliance and ...

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  23. MOSCOW VERSION.

    The reply of the Soviet to the British Note of protest against the letter said to have been sent by M. Zinovieff to British Communists is that it is an impudent ...

    Article : 215 words
  24. Thrilling Rescue from Fire.

    The commander of a naval survey-ship standing off Oban Bay (Scotland) noticed the Queen's Hotel was on fire early in the morning. The commander landed 50 ...

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  25. CHARITIES GRANT INADEQUATE.

    WANGARATTA, Monday.—At the annual Hospital Sunday effort held yesterday for the Wangaratta Hospital, Mr. Zwar, M.L.C., said that the Ministry ...

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  26. Airship's Record Cruise.

    On the dirigible Shenandoah a new history of lighter-than-air navigation was written when the Shenandoah hovered over the hangar at Lakehurst, New Jersey, ...

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  27. Zinovieff Vehement.

    M Zincovieff, in a message to the Trades Union Congress declaring that the letter alleged to have been signed by him is a gross falsification, said that there was not ...

    Article : 141 words
  28. £64 at Orbost.

    ORBOST, Monday.—About £25 was collected for the Bairnsdale Hospital on Sunday. In the afternoon the band played on the river bank, and in the evening the ...

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  29. RAIDS BY POLICE.

    Convinced that something unusual was in progress, many people gathered in front of the Capital Theatre buildings in Swanston street, opposite the Town Hall, about ...

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  30. COLLECTION AT ELMORT.

    ELMORE, Monday.—The annual Elmore Hospital Sunday celebration took place in the Recteation Reserve on Sunday, in aid of the Bendigo Hospital and Benevolent Asylum. Addresses were ...

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  31. GENERAL CABLES.

    Mr Charlton, the leader of the Commonwealth Federal Parliamentary Labour party, in an interview with the "Daily Herald," after having visited the Empire ...

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  32. FEDERAL CAPITAL.

    HOBART, Monday.—In order that the work of building the Federal Capital at Canberra may be proceeded with without further delay, the Prime Minister (Mr. ...

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  33. FOREIGN OFFICE EXPERTS.

    The explosion of the Russian bombshell continues to reverberate through the entire electoral field, though the allegation from Moscow that M. Zinovieff's letter is ...

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  34. REPATRIATION BENEFITS.

    The jurisdiction of the Repatriation Commission with regard to former service men of the British Army now living in Australia was detined by the chairman of ...

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  35. CONSTABLE ATTACKED.

    An explanation of the manner in which he received injuries which necessitated his admittance to the Melbourne Hospital on Saturday afternoon was given yesterday ...

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  36. When the Guard Slumbered.

    Twenty men were arrested on Sunday night in a raid by a party of plain-clothes constables on a house in Christmas street, Northcote. Arrangements for the raid ...

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  37. ACCIDENT AT SAWMILLS.

    BENALLA, Monday.—A serious accident occurred at Spring Creek sawmills, near Tatong, early this morning as the result of which the manager of the mills ...

    Article : 117 words
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  39. Little Bourke Street Incident.

    Twelve Europeans and a Chinese, alleged to have participated in a game of "fantan" at a two-story building at 135 Little Bourke street, were arrested in a raid made ...

    Article : 116 words
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  41. BUCKET FALLS IN SHAFT.

    SYDNEY, Monday.—One man was killed and two severely injured by the fall of a bucket in a sewer shaft at Balgowlah to-day. The men were being lowered in the ...

    Article : 87 words
  42. ENGINE DERAILED.

    Traffic on the Heidelberg and North Carlton lines was disorganised for about two hours yesterday by the derailment of a light engine between Westgarth and ...

    Article : 96 words
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