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  2. ENGLAND'S PLUCKY FIGHT

    Fortunately for Australia and unfortunately for England the weather was still flue on the last day of the Test, but it was sultry and overcast. Ten thousand ...

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  3. SOUTHERN CROSS.

    Aquadron-Leader Kingsford Smith and his companions visited Washington this morning. They were met by the Assistant Secretary for the Navy, the Assistant ...

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  4. FEDERAL BUDGET.

    CANBERRA, Tuesday.— When the Treasurer (Mr. Theodore) introduces his Budget on Tuesday it will contain, it is understood, an announcement of the ...

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  5. DENSE FOG.

    Unuseally heavy fog enveloped the city all day yesterday, causing inconvenience and danger to road traffic and much delay to shipping and to suburban trains, ...

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  6. STATE SERVICE SALARIES.

    following similar action in other States. the opinion is growing in well-informed State circles that the State Ministry contemplates a general discontinnance of ...

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  7. UNEMPLOYMENT.

    Recently there was a strike on at the [?]tns in Sydney—2,000 men idle, with the threat of an interstate boycott, and a resolution of the Labour party that the ...

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  8. FEDERAL CABINET.

    CANBERRA, Tuesday.— While the Prime Minister (Mr. Scullin), the AttorneyGeneral (Mr. Brennan), and the Minister for Markets and Transport (Mr. Parker ...

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  9. LIGHTHOUSE STEAMER.

    CANBERRA. Tuesday.—The construction in Australia of a new oil-burning steamer for service on the coast of Western Australia and North Australia is recommended ...

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  10. HAWTHORN BRIDGE.

    The chairman of the Metropolitan Board of Works (Mr. D. Bell) yesterday denied statements by members of the board that a claim for £16,000 would be made against ...

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  11. WIMBLEDON TENNIS.

    Great surprise was caused by the defeat of Cochet (France) by Allison (U.S.A.) in the singles championship at Wimbledon. Tilden (U.S.A.) defeated Gregory ...

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  12. LORD MAYOR'S FUND.

    Plans aie being made by the Lord Mayor's Fund for the sale of discarded silk hosiery, silk "pull-over." and similar articles. The secretary of the fund (Mr.E.Glanville ...

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  13. AUSTRALIAN RAILWAYS.

    Although the gross revenue from all Government owned railway in Australia increased by more than £600,000 in the financial year 1928-29, the years operations ...

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  14. TELEPHONES POPULAR.

    Interesting evidence of the popularity of telephones in Australia is contained in the latest bulletin issued by the Commonwealth statistician (Mr. C. H. Wickens). At June ...

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  15. "USE MORE WOOL."

    SDNEY, Tuesday.—The Australian wool campaign committee, which held a "use more wool" campaign in Sydney, has decided to urge the other States ...

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  16. OVERSEA TRANSPORT.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—Messrs. W. G. De Gruchy, C. E. Whitaker, T. S. Gordon, and F. G. Murdoch have been appointed to represent the Oversea Shipping ...

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  17. BRIBERY ALLEGATIONS.

    CANBERRA, Tuesday.—Further evidence will be heard in Canberra by Chief Judge Dethridge, who, as a Royal commission, is investigating allegations of ...

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  18. PARLIAMENT IN BRIEF.

    CANBERRA, Tuesday.—The Postmaster. General (Mr. Lions) made a statement in the House of Representatives to clear up a misunderstanding which, he said, had ...

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  19. RECEIPTS FROM GAMBLING.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday. — The Council of Churchces decided to-day to refuge to handle any money from the united charities fund which had been raised by means of ...

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  20. MOTHER AND BABY DROWNED.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—News was received in Sydney to-night that Mrs. Ella Mc-Alpine and her baby daughter had been found drowned in a waterhole not far from her ...

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