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  2. BRITISH COAL CRISIS.

    Tile Prime Minister (Mr. Baldwin), in the House of Commons to-day, announced that the court of enquiry into the coal-mining dispute would consist of the Right ...

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  4. LONDON WOOL SALES.

    At to-day's London wool sales there was a limited selection of good and greasy wool. Prices were firm and unchanged. Australian. consignments:—Marlow. ...

    Article : 298 words
  5. THE AMERICAN FLEET.

    By Radio from the Representative of the Australian Press Association on the Seattle. FinaL details are being worked out to-day for the arrival of the American Fleet ...

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  6. VOLUNTARY WHEAT POOL

    Mr. H. G. Hawkins, Chairman of the South Australian. Farmers' Co-operative Union, limited, when seen on Tuesday in reference to the continuance of the ...

    Article : 395 words
  7. THE COMMONWEALTH LOAN.

    The New York Sun, referring to the Australian loan, says:—Although no banking house has acknowledged haying signed a contract, if is practically certain that ...

    Article : 296 words
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  9. EMPIRE MIGRATION.

    In the House of Commons to-day, replying to Sir C. Kinloch-Cooke (Conservative), in regard to the decline of Empire migration the Under-Secretary for the ...

    Article : 166 words
  10. LAWN TENNIS.

    The Davis Cap contest between England and France was continued at Eastbourne to-day. As the French players had already annexed the two singles matches ...

    Article : 67 words
  11. RUSSIAN TACTICS.

    A sidelight on the coal trade depression was afforded to-day in the House of Commons, when the Parliamentary Secretary for Overseas Trade ([?] Samuel), in reply ...

    Article : 63 words
  12. THE STABILIZATION SCHEME.

    The Perth executive of the Pastoralists Association of Western Australia, after having considered Sir John Higgins's scheme fo the stabilization of wool prices. ...

    Article : 127 words
  13. "RED" HAND IN CHINA.

    Dr. Eugene Fortunatoff, medical officer at the Soviet Consulate at Shanghai, appeared before the Mixed Court this morning, charged under Articles 142 and 143 of ...

    Article : 280 words
  14. MINERS' ATTITUDE.

    The miners' executive decided to withhold the recommendation of the delegate conference to accept the coalmining enquiry until it receives a reply from ...

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  15. ENGLAND V. IRELAND:

    Capt. Barclay, formerly of Tasmania, playing for England against Ireland at Dublin, was beaten by C. Scroope, 3—6, 6—1, 7—5. At the end of the day's ...

    Article : 43 words
  16. FLOODS IN KOREA.

    Despatched from Korea report extensive floods in the central and south districts of that country. The material damage is estimated at £4,000,000. The ...

    Article : 69 words
  17. MOROCCAN OUTLOOK.

    Gen., Malvy, in an interview with Le Matin, stated that the Franco-Spanish peace proposals in regard to Morocco made allowance for the Riffs' desire for ...

    Article : 75 words
  18. AUSTRALIANS IN AMERICA.

    At Brooklin (Massachusetts) to-day the annual Longwood Bowl tournament was; begun. Members of the Australian Davis Cup team are taking part. J. L. ...

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  19. NAVAL PROGRAMME.

    The Lobby correspondent of The London Daily Telegraph says:—"The liberals have Thursday for the discussion of the vote for the Imperial Navy, in the hope to get ...

    Article : 150 words
  20. HULL AND DOMINIONS.

    The Municipal Corporation of the Port of Hull to-day tendered a luncheon to distinguished New Zealanders at the Empire Exhibition. ...

    Article : 154 words
  21. BRISBANE OFFERINGS.

    More than usual interest attached to the reopening of the wool sales in Brisbane to-day, after a lapse of approximately three and a half months. There was a ...

    Article : 188 words
  22. AUSTRALIAN PLEASURE SEEKERS.

    The statement was made to-day by Mr. W. J. Howe (President of the Picture Exhibitors Association) that attendances at various forma of amusement in Australia ...

    Article : 82 words
  23. "RED" PROPAGANDA.

    The Russian agent (M. Rakovsky) sent from Moscow by air to interview the Bri­tish Foreign Secretary, following upon a recent hint by Mr. Austen Chamberlain ...

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  24. OVERSEA SPORTING.

    The closing scores in the comity cricket: matches to-day were:— At the Oval—Lancashire, 189 (Hallows, 64; Shepherd, 4 for 37) v. Surrey (second ...

    Article : 201 words
  25. FRENCH POLITICS.

    Prima facie the results of the debate in the French Chamber of Deputies last night are a rupture in the Left bloc, the creation of a Government majority, and ...

    Article : 81 words
  26. BARRIER-ITEMS.

    When Mr. J. Baddeley .Minister for Labour and Industry) arrives here he will be asked to provide State butcher shops (on account of the high price of ...

    Article : 124 words
  27. THE ROOF OF CANADA,

    A Canadian expedition has successfully limbed Mount Logan (19,850 it) in the yukon territory, near the Alaska boundary. This is the highest peak in Canada ...

    Article : 100 words
  28. THE METAL EXCHANGE.

    The methods of the metal exchange were considered by Mr. Justice Shearman in a case in the King's Bench Division, in which defendants raised the point whether ...

    Article : 155 words
  29. ON THE ZAMBESI.

    The Prince of Wales arrived yesterday at the beautiful river city of Kamujooma, on the banks of the Zambesi, to which, seated in native boats, came many Barotse ...

    Article : 164 words
  30. GENERAL CABLES.

    A Reuter message referring rto the reported, expulsion of Japanese labourers From Oregon, says:—"The Tokio Foreign Office states that no official report has yet ...

    Article : 61 words
  31. AFTER ELEVEN YEARS.

    [?] Court has awarded the crew of the Australian warship Muss £285, in connection with the capture of the German armed vessel Komet on October 11 ...

    Article : 48 words
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  33. A SCULLING CHAMPION.

    J. Beresford, of England, who recently defeated W. Hoover, of America, in the Diamond Scalls at the Henley Regatta, has retained the Philadelphia Cup by defeating ...

    Article : 53 words
  34. EMPIRE AIR MAILS.

    The London Daily Chronicle says—"It is probable that an aeroplane mail service from the Croydon aerodrome to India will be inaugurated next spring. The flight ...

    Article : 61 words
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  36. GERMAN PIANOS.

    The Association of Piano Manufacturers at Berlin, bag decided to advance the prices of pianos by 23 per cent. During if ay 2,500 German pianos were sent to ...

    Article : 58 words
  37. BOXING.

    At Blackfriars ring; in a 15 rounds contest for the cruiserweight championship, the Australian boxer Ring (11 st. 12 1b.) secured a points decision against Dave ...

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  38. EMPIRE EXHIBITION.

    As the result of a protest by the Australian Commissioners, the sale of American dried fruits in the Palace of Industry at the Empire Exhibition, have been ...

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  39. ADELAIDE TAILOR DEAD.

    One of the best known figures in the South Australian tailoring trade passed out on Tuesday with the death of Mr. Joseph Craig Shierlaw, at his ...

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  40. SOUTH-WEST AFRICA.

    The Prime Minister of South Africa (Gen. Hertzog) to-day moved the second I reading of the South-West Africa Constitution Bill. The Leader of the ...

    Article : 127 words
  41. WHOLESALE MURDER.

    The death sentence was passed to-day on Fritz Angerstein, who on December 2 last, was found wounded and unconscious upon the threshold of a house near Siegen ...

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  42. ENGLISH BOWLS TEAM.

    The personnel of the party of English for the tour of Australasia has been completed. It will consist of 45 and 12 ladies, ...

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  43. ENGINEER'S SUICIDE.

    There was excitement aboard the steamer Urilla in the river this morning when Kenneth Stoddart the third engineer, was seen in his cabin by a steward in the act ...

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  44. AMUNDSEN REWARDED.

    Norwegian Parliament has adopted a proposal submitted by the Government increasing the State annuity to Capt. Roald Amundsen, the Polar explorer, from ...

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  45. JAPAN AND LATVIA.

    The Japanese Foreign Office announces that Japan concluded a navigation and commerce treaty at Berlin with Latvia on July 4 similar to those arranged with ...

    Article : 73 words
  46. SWALLOWED A WILL

    Tragedy and comedy were disclosed in the prosecution of & French mother and Bon who were charged with having destroyed a dead wife's will. M. Fraysse. a ...

    Article : 124 words
  47. FEDERAL ELECTION CONTEST.

    A joint meeting of the committees of the United Party and the Primary Producers' Association has decided to conduct the Federal elections fight by a joint ...

    Article : 59 words
  48. A SCUTTLED STEAMER.

    A month has been occupied with the bearing of a case in the King's Bench Division, in which the Banco de Barcelona claimed £15,505 from the Union Marine ...

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  49. WORKERS' EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION.

    WELLINGTON (N.Z.1, Tuesday. At the meeting to-day of the university commission the rector of the Timarn Boys' High School said lie considered the ...

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  50. THE BOOM IN RUBBER.

    "Buy anything available," appeared to be the general order in the rubber market at the Stock Exchange to-day. There was often a difference ot 2/6 between the ...

    Article : 155 words
  51. THE HOUSE OF STUART.

    An application has been granted-by tho Probate Court, in behalf of Col. von Splatt, of the Czecho-Slovene Army, for a grant of letters of administration in the ...

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  52. WORK OF MUNITIONS BOARD.

    The report of the Munitions Supply Board for the year ended June 30. 1924, which was tabled in the House of Representatives, to-day, shows that during that ...

    Article : 87 words
  53. LATE DRINKS FOR DINERS.

    Following a decision of the New South Wales Supreme Court, Mr. Giles Shaw, Magistrate, to-day decided that hotles might legally serve drinks to diners. The ...

    Article : 77 words
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