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  2. SEAPLANE FOUND

    Commander John Rogers, and his four companions who left San Francisco on the afternoon of August 31 in seaplano No. 1 of the PN type on a nonstop flight of 2,098 ...

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  3. SHIPPING STRIKE.

    No developments occurred yesterday to indicate that an early termination of the shipping strike is probable. The president of the oversesa strike committee in ...

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  4. FIGHTING THE RIFFIS.

    The Paris correspondent of the "Daily Express" says that the powerful drives which Marshal Petain's 150,000 troops are preparing on a 600-miles front in Morocco ...

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  5. DAVIS CUP.

    Both singles matches on the first day of the challence round of the Davis Cup contest with France were won by the United States. Tilden defeated Borotra ...

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  6. MOUNT MORGAN MINERS.

    BRISBANE, Friday.—In a statement to-day as member for [?] Morgan, the Home Secretary (Mr. Stopford) said that what the mon desired was some definite ...

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  7. WAITRESSES ON STRIKE.

    Services at railways refreshment-rooms at Prince's Bridge, Flinders Street, Spencer street, and the Newport workshops were seriously affected yesterday morning by the ...

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  8. FIRE AT ST. ALBANS.

    Left alone in a four-roomed house in Grant street, St. Albans, yesterday, a child aged 11 months was severely burned about the head and arms when the house was ...

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  9. MIGRATION CAMPAIGN.

    Mr. M. L Shepherd, officiai secretary at Australia House, who, since the departure of Mr. Percy Ilunter, has been acting director of Migration, being dissatisfied ...

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  10. AUSTRIAN CIVIL SERVICE.

    A three hour "demonstration strike" was carried out yesterday by Austrian civil servants, who assembled in the town ball and agreed to the resolution that ...

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  11. Polar Exploration.

    The Rome correspondent of the "Daily Telegraph" states that Captain Amundsen's contract for the purchase of a dirigible for a flight over the North Pole ...

    Article : 180 words
  12. Poor Law Guardians.

    The West Ham Poor Law guardians have agreed to a resolution reiterating their refusal to reduce outdoor relief from 59/ to 55/ weekly, as requested by the Minister ...

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  13. High Cricket Scores:

    Yorkshire scored 450 runs for six wickets against an M.C.C. team, and declared the innings closed. Kilner was not out 100 and Rhodes 53. Stevens took three wickets ...

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  14. African Fanatic.

    A native religious fanatic and some of the followers of his sect, who had been holding meetings in the neighbourhood of Sakunia, in the Belgian Congo, were ...

    Article : 136 words
  15. Canadian Wheat Yield.

    The Bureau of Statistics at Ottawa estimates the wheat yield of Canada of the current season at 391,819,000 bushels, compared with a yield of 262,000,000 bushels ...

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  16. Doncaster Cup.

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  17. NOTES IN PARLIAMENT.

    "The protocol is dead," said Mr. Cameron (Q.) in the House of Representatives yesterday. Apparently if the protocol is not dead it is what the medical men call ...

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  18. BRITISH TRADE.

    For the month of August imports into Great Britain decreased by £10,435,000, and exports by £5,250,000. Re-exports increased by £4,529,000. The principal decreases in ...

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  19. RAIN EXPECTED.

    Delightful spring weather again prevailed yesterday, the maximum reading at the Weather Bureau being 76.0deg., or 1deg. higher than on Thursday. The fine spell, ...

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  20. South Australian Oranges.

    The Agent General for South Australia (Sir Edward Lucas) reports that 1,000 boxes of oranges shipped on the steamer Osterley through the Government depot ...

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  21. UNREST IN NEW GUINEA.

    Mr. Marks (N.S.W.) directed attention in the House of Representatives yesterday to a letter from Mr. G. B. Jackson, of Rabaul, which had appeared in "The ...

    Article : 112 words
  22. Spiritualist Mediums.

    The Paris correspondent of the "Daily Telegraph" states that the International Spiritualist Congress has decided upon a competition offering prizes for the ...

    Article : 96 words
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  25. BABY HEALTH CENTRE.

    A block of land has recently been bought by the City Council in Abbotsford street, North Melbourne, for the erection of a baby health centre. At a meeting of the ...

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