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  2. CATHERINE HELEN SPENCE.

    In celebration of the Catherine Helen Spence centenary, many of her friends and admirers assembled in the Royal Society Hall. North terrace, on Saturday ...

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  3. VICTORY OF THE TORTOISE II.

    After losing the first heat, just, winning the second by three seconds, and barely succeeding in the third, the Tortoise II., owned by Messrs. Rymill Brothers, recaptured for South Australia on Saturday tha Griffith hydroplaning championship of Australia. The date of the event ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  4. FEDERAL ELECTIONS.

    The Leader of the Federal Opposition (Mr. Charlton) addressed a meeting of 200 electors in the institute this afternoon Cr. Rees (President of the local Labour ...

    Article : 93 words
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  6. SENATOR WILSON'S TOUR.

    Senator wilson, the [?] date for the Senate, returned from Victor Harbour on Sunday. He expressed the [?] question ...

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  7. "THE CONTEMPTIBLE ARMY."

    Following upon the denial by Brig. Gen. Charteris of the truth of the "German corpse factory" story, a statement is now made by Major-Gen. John Ponsonby. C.B.. ...

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  8. SHIPPING HOLD-UP.

    The secretary of the Oversea Seamen's Strike Committee (Mr. Richards) said the waterside workers hud deliberately [?] ...

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  9. FASCISM IN ITALY.

    To-day marked the climax of three days' celebrations in connection with the third anniversary of the coming of Fascism into [?] ...

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  10. ROWDY. ELECTION MEETING.

    Interjectors created disorderly scenes at the Paramount Theatre. Ascot Vale, on Saturday night, when Mr. T. W. White, the Nationalist candidate for ...

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  11. ENTHUSIASTIC RECORD MEETINGS.

    Interviewed upon his return from Adelaide, Mr. Bruce said that his experiences, in South Australia and in the western district of Victoria has been [?] ...

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  12. A SPLENDID WIN.

    South Australian sporting enthusiasts and yachtsmen will be delighted to hear of the victory of the Tortoise H. The Rymill brothers are to be [?] ...

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  13. SPANISH POPULAR RULE

    Primo de Rivera, speaking at a banquet at Caceres, said that the reins of government held by the Dictatorship would shortly be handed back to the civilians ...

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  14. ITALIANS FROM AUSTRALIA.

    The Rome correspondent of The London Morning Post says:—A notable feature of the Italian Fascist, anniversary celebrations is the presence of Italians from ...

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  15. WRECK OF THE HAMBURG.

    The latest news of the stranded, ship Hemburg, from Melbourne, is that the weather has moderated. Capt Volguard[?] ...

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  16. MR. THEODORE'S CHANCES.

    Mr. F. W. Bamford, who was the representative of Herbert, Queensland, in the last Parliament, and a supporter of the Government, and who is not seeking ...

    Article : 274 words
  17. YARRA BANK MEETING.

    Speaking at Yarra bank to-day the Chairman of the Strike Committee (Mr. C. O'Neill) said that information had been received from an inside source that ...

    Article : 197 words
  18. STEAMERS AFFECTED.

    Mr. N. C. Seale, Deputy-Chairman of the Oversea Shipping Representatives Association, issued the following statement last night:—"Since the commencement of ...

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  19. AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY AND IMPLEMENTS.

    In a statement issued to the press on Saturday, the Minister for Trade and Customs (Hon. H. E. Pratten, M.H.R.) M.P.) says that evidence recently ...

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  20. CATHERINE HELEN SPENCE CENTENARY.

    Caring for others all jour buy me. Always within your heart eternal spring! Truth more to you than petty party strife, [?] ...

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  21. EMPIRE EXHIBITION.

    As soon as the crowde had filed out of the grounds, a gang of navvies began the laying of a sleeper track to enable the heaviest goods to be removed from the ...

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  22. ALLEGED FASCISITI BRANCH.

    Speaking at the Socialist Hall to-nigbt, Mr. Charles O'Neill, Chairman of the Overseas Strike Committee, said that one of the most important "aspects of the ...

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  23. MELBOURNE VESSELS SAILING.

    Manned by a crew of volunteer seamen, firemen, and stewards, the steamer. Tasmania left Melbourne for Sydney and Brishane early this morning. ...

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  24. SPAHLINGER'S BREAKDOWN.

    The Australian Press association learns that Herr Spahlinger, of consumption serum fune, is the victim of a serious [?] had to leave ...

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  25. AUSTRALIAN CABLE MESSAGES.

    Senator Wilson, the Minister for Markets and Migration, stated that the Prime Minister (Mr. Bruce) had cabled to the High Commissioner in London convering ...

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  26. DOCTORS IN CONFERENCE

    The American College of Surgeons has nominated Dr. Thomas Francis Ryan, of Broken Hill N.S.W.) to its ordinary fellowship; and fire eminent foreign surgeons ...

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  27. "THE FOOLISH VIRGIN."

    Two splendid films and an entertaining novelty turn on the stage were the principal items on the new programme at West's Winter Garden on Saturday. ...

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  28. ELECTION SPEECHES.

    In the course of his electioneering campaign the Hon. R. W. Foster, candidate for Wakefield, addressed a large [?] ...

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  29. LUMPERS OUT OF WORK.

    About 400 members of the Coal Lumpers' Union have been thrown out of employment through the recent decision of the Australian Seamen's Union to refuse ...

    Article : 138 words
  30. AUSTRALIAN PATIENT CURED.

    Harold Lowe, a fireman, of Peakes, reached Sydney on Saturday by the steamer Sophocles, in completion of a journey from Geneva. Mr. Lowe said that at ...

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  31. CHINESE CAULDRON.

    Although reports are contradictory, the Fengtien troops seem to have advanced yesterday, and the allied outposts are falling back upon P[?] ...

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  32. LOYALISTS ATTACKED.

    A series of clashes between striking British seamen and those members of the crew of the Rimutaka who had returned to work occurred at Musgrave Wharf on ...

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  33. SOUTH STREET COMPETITIONS.

    Highland day brought the South street competitions to a close on Saturday. Results:— Pipe Band Contests.—[?] ...

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  34. AMERICAN DEFENCE.

    The collapse of the plan to summon President Coolidge and the Secretary of War (Mr. Davis) before the Mitchell Courtmartial as witness came when the ...

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  35. MR. WALSH'S NEW JOB.

    Melbourne union officials discussed on Saturday the report from Sydney that the General President of the Australian Seamen's. Union (Mr. T. Walash had been ...

    Article : 176 words
  36. FIGHTING REPORTED.

    The fifth Shantung division, which was originally a Chih Li unit, does not apepar to have affected the morale of the Fengtien Army. The mutineers have been ...

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  37. DEPARTURE OF THE ENTON.

    Under instructions from the secretary of the Seamen's Union in Fremantle, the, crew of the pilot boat refused to convey the pilot either to or from the motor ship ...

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  38. FATAL FALL FROM LADDER.

    MELBOURNE, Sunday.—While climbing a ladder on the dome of the Exhibition Building on Saturday night during the progress of the police carnival, Horace ...

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  39. ROCK CLIMBING FATALITY

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—James R. Brown (18), of 95 Walker street, North. Sydney, fell 17 ft. while climbing the rocks at Balmoral beach this afternoon. He was taken ...

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  40. SOUTH AFRICAN STRIKERS REPATRIATE

    Two hundred and seventy strikers from the Wynberg Camp were repatriated to-day by the steamer Kinfauns Castle. Only is men now remain at the camp. ...

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  41. "LEAVE OF ABSENCE."

    It is understood that Mr. Walsh, who has accepted the strikers' offer of the presidency of the new union, has fied his willingness to make an application for leave of absence at an early date The question will be considered at branch meetings of the Australian Seamen's Union ...

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  42. AT THE OLD FOLKS HOME.

    At the Old Folks' Home Magil on Saturday there was presented to the home an invalid's chair whic bore the inscription, "In memory of catherine Helen ...

    Article : 419 words
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