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  2. SINGAPORE BASE.

    In accurdance with his promise to members the First Lord of the Admiralty (Mr. W.C. Bridgeman) made a full statement concerning the Singapore Naval Base when ...

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  3. SEAMEN'S DEMANDS.

    Reserved judgment was given yesterday by Mr. Justice Powers on various applications in respect to "picking-up" places for seamen. Mr. Justice Powers said that ...

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  4. DENNISTOUN IN THE BOX.

    Angry and bitter exchanges marked the cross examination to-day of Lieut Colonel Ian Onslow Dennistoun during the hearing of the case in which Mrs. Dennistoun. ...

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  5. MARQUIS CURZON DEAD.

    Marquis Curzon, of Kedleston Lord President of the Council died this morning aged 66 years Lord Curzon recently underwent a ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. WOOL IN AMERICA.

    The Australian Commissioner (Mr. J. A. M. Elder) has returned from Boston following an inquiry into the wool market. He said that he desired to learn why ...

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  7. AMERICAN TORNADO.

    Details arriving 24 hours after the disastrous tornado only intensity the horror of the tragedy. which has claimed a large toll of life in five States. Reports from ...

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  8. MAN AND WIFE KILLED.

    SYDNEY, Friday.—John McGirr, aged 70 years, and his wife, Mary McGirr, aged 60 years, of Mina street, Burwood, while crossing Parramatta road to-night, were ...

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  9. Motor Mechanic's Death.

    PERTH, Friday. — In a motor accident which occurred on the Toodyay road, about five miles from Northam, early this morning. James Wills, aged 40 years, motor ...

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  10. SUSPENDED DETECTIVES.

    At a special meeting of the Executive Council last evening, Mr Philip Cohen, P.M., Mr William Dickson, J.P., and Superintendent James Warren were ...

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  11. Alleged Blackmail.

    The feature of the hearing to-day of the Water house-Wilson-Barker case was a decision by Mr. Justice Shearman to admit two letters written by Frank Waterhouse ...

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  12. MADAME ELSA STRALIA.

    After an absence from Australia of 14 years, madame Elsa Stralia (Miss Elsa Fisher) reached Melbourne by the Adelaide express yesterday. Madame Stralia ...

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  13. MR. COLLIER IN LONDON.

    Representatives of the West Australian mining industry entertained the Premier of Western Australia (Mr. Collier) at dinner at the Hotel Cecil. The former ...

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  14. Romantic Suicide in Italy.

    The romantic suicide of the young Marquis Gaspare Mira caused a sensation, following an attempt to murder his stepmother at the bedside of his invalid father. ...

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  15. Conservatorium Welcome.

    At the invitation of the Ormond professor of music (Professor W. A. Laver), an informal reception was given in the Melba Hall yesterday afternoon to welcome ...

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  16. Sun Yat-sen's Funeral.

    The remains of Dr. Sun Yat-sen, the Southern President, escorted by three aeroplanes, were transferred to the Central Park, following a private Christian funeral ...

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  17. MADAME TUSSAUD'S.

    The damage by fire to Aladame Tussaud's famous waxworks in Baker street Marylebone, London, is estimated at £250, 000. Thousands of people visited the ruins and ...

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  18. CONSTABLE ASSAULTED.

    Shortly before half-past 9 o'clock last night, while a constnble was arresting a man in Swanston street, near Bourke street, several hundred young men demonstrated ...

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  19. Murder of Sirdar.

    A railway workshop- man, who has been arrested has confessed to participation of the murder of the Sirdar (Sir Lee Stack) to an unsuccessful attempt on the life of ...

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  20. Prussian Cabinet.

    Dr. Marx, the former Chancellor of the Reich. who was elected to the Prussian Premiership last month when Herr Braun was defeated and who resigned shortly ...

    Article : 217 words
  21. PAINTERS AND DOCKERS.

    Sir John Quick, deputy president of the Arbitration Court, yesterday adjourned the case of the Federated Ship Painters and Dockers' Union against the ...

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  22. "Red" Leader Kidnapped.

    Mr.Harry Pollitt, who is general secretary of the National Minority Movement, was travelling north on Saturday last to attend a "Red" demonstration on the ...

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  23. King's Cruise.

    Despite a cold and misty morning a large crowd at Victoria station cheered the King and Queen when they departed on their cruise of the Mediterranean. ...

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  24. EYE AND EAR HOSPITAL.

    The Lord Mayor (Councillor Brunton) has initiated an appeal on behalf of the Eye and Ear Hospital. The record of line work by the institution during many years ...

    Article : 135 words
  25. Empire Press Conference.

    The Empire Press Union announces that arrangements are nearing completion for the assembly of the Imperial Press Conference in Australia in the autumn. The ...

    Article : 165 words
  26. Mr. Amery Leaves for Iraq.

    The Secretary of State for the Colonies (Mr Amery) and the Secretary of State for Air (Sir Samuel Hoare) have left London for Iraq. ...

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  27. LABOUR BALLOT TO-DAY.

    A pre-selection ballot to choose a Labour candidate to contest the East Melbourne seat at the next State election will be held to-day at the Trades Hall. Polling will ...

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  28. SCHOOLGIRL DROWNED.

    Shortly after 1 o'clock yesterday afternoon a number of schoolgirls went in to swom at the back beach at Williamstown. One of the girls, Mavis Calcutt, aged 12 ...

    Article : 124 words
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  30. Meetings in Suburbs.

    Meetings were held on Wednesday afternoon, one at Balwyn, presided over by the mayoress (Mrs. Hocking), and one at Port Melbourne, presided over by the major ...

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  31. (Australian Press Association.)

    Although the migration agreement has not been signed. Mr. Amery, prior to his departure for Iraq, approved of the main provisions. The negotiations are nearing ...

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  34. IDENTIFICATION OF BODY.

    On Wednesday a man who was on a tramear in [?]ude street, Fitzroy, collapsed and died. The body was yesterday identified as that of Mr. John maddison, aged 60 years. He had boarded with ...

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