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  2. MELBOURNE HOSPITAL.

    Referring yesterday to further criticism by the acting president of the committee of management of the Melbourne Hopital (Mr. J.A. Levey) of the State ...

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  3. IMPERIAL TRADE.

    A group of bankers and others, over whom Sir Eric Hambre presided, met at Hambres Bank Limited and passed a resolution to the effect that urgent ...

    Article : 388 words
  4. NEW TAXATION.

    CANBERRA, Friday, Federal members generally declared to-day that they expected further heavy and surprising impositions when the Treasurer ...

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  5. AUSTRALIA WINS.

    The Yorkshire tailenders carried the score from 119 to 161. thus avoiding an inning's defeat. Grinumett took the remaining two wickets, thus making his total 11 for the ...

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  6. TERRORISM BY GANG.

    Complaints have been made to the police recently about the activities of members of a gang, who are alleged to have terrorised sporting and business men and to have ...

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  7. MUNGANA REPORT.

    BRISBANE, Friday, Mr. Justice Campbell who was the commissioned who conducted an inquiry into transactions concerning the chillagoe and Mungana mines. ...

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  8. WIRELESS PLEBISCITE.

    T[?] who voted in the [?] yesterday com[?]ded almost [?] with those of previous votes for there was no change in the ...

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  9. WHEAT MARKETING.

    CANBERRA, Friday.—By 13 votes to 12 the Senate rejected to-day the Wheat Marketing Bill, which provided for the establishment of a compulsory ...

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  10. ARBITRATION BILL.

    CANBERRA, Friday.—There was considerable discussion in political circles again to-day on the postponement by the Ministry of consideration of the Amending ...

    Article : 192 words
  11. AIRSHIP SERVICE.

    Flight-Lieutenant W. Palstra, who is attached to the [?]aison office of the Australian Air Force in London, will travel to India in the airship R101, and will report ...

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  12. MR. W. F.G. STEELE.

    In musical and Church circles deep regret was expressed yesterday at the death of Mr. W.F.G. Steele, organist and director of the choir of Seats Church, Collins ...

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  13. RATIONING OF WORK.

    SYDNEY, Friday. — A test case regarding the application of a system of rationing work to members of the salaried staffs in different branches of the chief ...

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  14. Southern Cross.

    The Southern Cross, piloted by WingCommander Kingsford Smith, landed here to-night. This is the second stage of the flight across the Continent from New York ...

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  15. FINE WEEK-END AT FIRST.

    Weather officials last night predicted a fine week-end at first, with cold night temperatures and freshening northerly winds, and later a renewal of unsettled weather, ...

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  16. HEALTH WEEK.

    Preliminary organisation for Health Week, which will be held in Melbourne from November 17 to 23 was approved at a general meeting of the Health ...

    Article : 139 words
  17. DUNTROON COLLEGE.

    SYDNEY, Friday. — Further action has been taken regarding the proposal to remove Duntroon Military College to Victorian Barracks. Major-General Coxen, ...

    Article : 160 words
  18. SUPERANNUATION BILL.

    CANBERRA, Friday.— The motion for the second reading of the Superannuation Bill, which provides for the distribution of part of a surplus in the Commonwealth ...

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  19. YALLOURN STRIKE ENDS.

    A settlement has again been effected of the strike of 140 engineering fitters employed by the Electricity Commission at Yallourn, who have been idle for eight ...

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  20. MOVEMENTS OF MINISTERS.

    The Prime Minister (Mr. Secullin) and the Minister for Home Affairs (Mr. Blakeley) will be the only Ministers at Canberra at the week-end. The Treasurer (Mr. ...

    Article : 118 words
  21. PARLIAMENT IN BRIEF.

    CANBERRA, Friday.—In the House of Representatives to-day the Treasurer (Mr. Theodore), in moving the second reading of the Amendment Income Tax Assesment ...

    Article : 259 words
  22. "OLD NANCY" TO BROADCAST.

    To mark the first anniversary on [?] inaugutation of the children's page in "The Argus [?] Supplement under the title of "Pun and Fancy," "Old Nancy," who ...

    Article : 101 words
  23. HENLEY DATE ALTERED.

    At the meeting of the executive committee of the Melbourne Amateur Regatta Association yesterday the question of alteration of the date of the next Henley ...

    Article : 111 words
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