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  2. AUSTRALIAN CREDIT

    CANBERRA, Monday.—Statements that with the accession to office in Australia of a labour Ministry the value of Commonwealth stocks in London was depreciating. ...

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  3. THE GOVERNOR RETURNS.

    Looking bronzed and well after his sea voyage, His Excellency the Governor (Lord Somers), accompanied by Lady Somers, returned to Melbourne by the Adelaide ...

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  4. MALLEE HORSES.

    In response to the appeal initiated by "The Argus" for the provision of agistment areas for horses from the drought-stricken Mallee districts, the Closer Settlement ...

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  5. INDIAN AIR LINER

    Following, the receipt at Leghorn of an S.O.S. message yesterday, it was learned to-day that the Indian mail air liner City of Rome, on the way to London, had been ...

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  6. IDLE COALMINES.

    SADNEY, Monday.— Disappointment was felt after a conference to-day between the Federal Treasurer (Mr. Theodore) and representatives of the coalmining unions ...

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  7. JEWELLER'S WINDOW BROKEN.

    Thieves broke the window of the shop of Rundles, jewellers, in Elizabeth street, with a brick early yesterday morning and stole a single-stone diamond ring valued ...

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  8. STATE PARLIAMENT.

    Proposal of the State Ministry for holding an immediate general election will be submitted to the Legislative Assembly today. when the Premier (Sir William ...

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  9. BRITISH PARLIAMENT.

    Pending the return of the Prime Minister (Mr. Ramsay MacDonald) from the United States and Canada, the Chancellor of the Exchequer (Mr. Snowden) will ...

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  10. WINE FOR UNITED STATES.

    Memories of the liner Oregon's reputation as a "champagne ship" at Gallipoli were recalled on the eve of the Oregon's sailing for New York from Dunkirk. ...

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  11. OVERDRAFT INTEREST RATE.

    CANBERRA, Monday. — Some mystery surrounds the origin of reports that the new Federal Ministry had under consideration a proposal to lower the overdraft ...

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  12. COLOUR BAR.

    Mr. Robert Abbott, a wealthy negro newspaper proprietor of Chicago, has sent a cable message to Mr. Marley, Labour member for St. Paneras North in the House ...

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  13. Shot Mother to End Sufferings.

    Francis Corbett, who is alleged to have shot his mother, an English resident of Nice, in May to end her sufferings from cancer and then attempted to commit ...

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  14. SITUATION IN CHINA.

    Although the tension has been somewhat relaxed by reassuring statements by the Nanking Government, there is some doubt concerning the future movements of ...

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  15. COMPULSORY TRAINING.

    BALLARAT, Monday. — Mr. McGrath, M.H.R., referred to-night to a statement by the new Minister for Defence (Mr. A. E. Green) that the Ministry had not yet ...

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  16. Imprisoned for Fraud.

    John Joseph Bouchier, aged 42 years was sentenced to imprisonment for six months at Chester for having fraudulently obtained money on a pretext that he was ...

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  17. Escaped From Devil's Isle.

    Dr. Bongrat, who, in March, 1927, was sentenced to imprisonment for life on the dread penal settlement of Devil's Isle, French Guiana, for the murder of a patient, ...

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  18. STRIKE AT MOUNT ISA.

    CLONCURRY (Q.), Monday.—All men employed in the Mount Isa mines, numbering 1,400, ceased work at midnight on Sunday because the management refused to ...

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  19. FRENCH CABINET.

    Socialist members of the Chamber of Deputies have for the first time in 15 years consented to form a Coalition Cabinet with the Radical Socialists if the National ...

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  20. HENLEY TRAFFIC.

    So many persons visited Henley by motorcar on Saturday evening that the police bad difficuldy in controlling the trafic in some parts of the city, and conditions in ...

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  21. More Soviet Executions.

    The Cheka (Soviet secret police department) announces that 18 more persons, including two priests and four churchmen, were executed on Sunday for having ...

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  22. Airship R100.

    It was definitely stated yesterday that Great Britain's second giant airship R100, which has been built at Howden (Yorkshire), will leave her shed for trials at the ...

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  23. NOISY ROOSTERS.

    BRISBANE, Monday. — An injunction was granted in the Supreme Court to-day' by Mr. Justice Douglas against Dr. T. T. Ferguson restraining him from keeping ...

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  24. FIRES IN COAL CARGOES.

    ADELAIDE, Monday. — Two vessels, the Anglo-Australian and the Westerdijk, are at Port Adelaide with cargoes of English coal, which have become heated, ...

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  25. Tariff Holiday.

    The British Government has informed the Secretary-General of the League of Nations (Sir Eric Drummond) that in view of the importance of the conference to be ...

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  26. Prince Von Bulow.

    The death has occurred of Prince Von Bnlowf formerly German Imperial Chancellor. ...

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  27. Missing Italian Code.

    M. Bessedovsky, whose appointment as counsellor to the Russian Embassy at Paris was terminated recently by the Soviet, has informed the press of the ...

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  28. DEATH OF MR. CONLON, P.M.

    The death ot Mr.P. J. Conlon. P. M., occurred it his home, Glenferric road, Kew, yesterday. For six years Mr. Conlon had been police magistrate in the ...

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  29. Angry Prince.

    The Buehmest correspondent of the "Sunday Times" states that Prince Nicholas, a brother of Prince Carol and a member of the Roumanian Regency ...

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  30. CABLE NEWS IN BRIEF.

    Alexander Pantages, of Los Angeles (California), who owns several vandeville theatres, has been convicted on a charge of having assaulted a girl dancer, aged 17 ...

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  31. Fascist Anniversary.

    The seventh anniversary of the birth of Fascism was celebrated throughout the country to-day. The Prime Minister (Signor Mussolini) reviewed the Black Shirt ...

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  32. Reading Murder.

    Joseph Barratt, an itinerant traveller, aged 45 years, walked into the Glasgow police station to-day and made a statement concerning the murder of Alfred ...

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  33. PENSIONS FOR MEMBERS.

    CANBERRA, Monday. — The Minister for Home Affairs (Mr. Blakeley) donied to-day a statement published last week that he had under consideration a plan for the ...

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  34. Forsaking Tennis for Golf.

    Declaring that he is disgusted with the large number of tennis players who call themselves amaletus but make a good living from the game by "sidelines," H. L. ...

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