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  2. GOLD STANDARD.

    Extraordinary interest was manifested last night in a discussion at the University of the effects of Great Britain's departure from the gold standard. The chief ...

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  3. THE URGENT NEED.

    The dole though necessary as a temporary expedient to all[?]viate the hardships of unemployment, actually creates unemployment. Jobs must be found for idle ...

    Article : 647 words
  4. TOPICS FOR HEALTH WEEK.

    Said Robert Burton in his "Anatomy of Melancholy," that treasure house of wisdom and old-world[?] scholarship, "Tiberius in Tacitus did laugh at all such that thirty ...

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  5. NEW SALEYARDS.

    Giving effect to a decision reached when it came into office[?]in 1929, the Hogan Ministry has decided to introduce legislation this session authorising the removal of the ...

    Article : 459 words
  6. BRITISH ELECTION.

    There is a general belief that a proclamation will be issued on Thursday fixing October 28 as the date of the election, and November 9 as the date for the ...

    Article : 562 words
  7. WOOL OUTLOOK.

    Pleasant reading for Australia is contained in an informative financial review by Mr. G. W. Alexander, city editor of the "Sunday Express," who attributes the ...

    Article : 389 words
  8. WAGES ON RELIEF WORKS.

    Non-Labour members of the Legislative Council having determined to resist the payment of the basic wage on unemployment relief works the Hogan Ministry has been ...

    Article : 379 words
  9. KINGSFORD SMITH.

    Air-Commodore Kingsford Smith, who was to have left Athens for Rome to-day, consulted a nerve specialist this morning. As a result of the advice the aviator decided ...

    Article : 344 words
  10. BRITISH GOODS.

    Declaring that the result is "a startling increase in the tariff rate against goods from Great Britain" and that "British preference has been practically wiped out." ...

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  11. DEARTH OF DENTISTS.

    The number of students entered for the dental course at the Melbourne University this year is 50, compared with 94 in 1926. The number of "freshers" in 1926 was 29, in ...

    Article : 600 words
  12. UNEMPLOYED AND THE BASIC WAGE.

    Sir,—The basic wage in Melbourne is 65/8 according to the latest bulletin published by the Commonwealth statist, and not 73/, as usually stated in Parliamentary debates. ...

    Article : 68 words
  13. LABOUR DISSENSION.

    Much bitterness is being introduced into the conflict between the political and industrial sections of the Labour party over the Premiers' economy plan[?] and it was ...

    Article : 308 words
  14. LANG PLAN.

    SYDNEY, Monday.—The leader of the Opposition (Mr. Bavin) referred to-night to the speech delivered by the Premier (Mr. La[?]g) at the Eight Hours Day dinner ...

    Article : 414 words
  15. INSANITY AND CRIME.

    The "Daily Herald" states that Arthur James Faraday Salvage, aged 23 years, who was sentenced to death on September 17 for the murder of Ivy Godden, aged 12 ...

    Article : 188 words
  16. STUDENTS AND POLITICS.

    Among the subjects discussed by the University Council at a meeting held at the Town Hall yesterday afternoon was a proposal by the University Labour Club to ...

    Article : 794 words
  17. Finances of France.

    Following the publication of a statement that the French finances will show a deficit for the year of between £16,000,000 and £24,000,000, the French Government ...

    Article : 152 words
  18. TRADE WITH NEW ZEALAND.

    Seeking thhe negotiation of a trade treaty between Australia and New Zealand, the exports trade committee of the Victorian Chamber of Manufactures waited upon the ...

    Article : 329 words
  19. MAN BURNED TO DEATH.

    BRISBANE, Monday. — Mr. Edward John O'Malley, aged 37 years, railway station-master at Pentland, has died as a result of burns he suffered on Saturday. ...

    Article : 144 words
  20. Fascists Demonstrate.

    With characteristic promptitude 25,000 Fascists held a demonstration in the Piazza Colon[?]a at midnight as a counter to the dropping of anti-fascist literature on the ...

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  21. Electing a President.

    Ten persons are said [?] have ben killed in rioting during the election of a President on Sunday. The returns are not complete, but so far Dr. Julian Montero, the ...

    Article : 128 words
  22. TIMBER-WORKERS' WAGES.

    PERTH, Monday. — The first application under the Financial Emergency Act. which provides for a reduction by 18 per cent. of wages paid at June 30, was granted ...

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  23. HUMAN REMAINS FOUND.

    BRISBANE, Monday.—Evidence of a gruesome tragedy in the North-West is being investigated by the police in the Cloncurry district. The charred remains of a ...

    Article : 202 words
  24. MINISTER'S CLAIM.

    BRISBANE, Monday. — After a retirement of three hours to-night the jury in the case in which Horace Hilton Bassard, minister of the Ann street Church of ...

    Article : 73 words
  25. Attacks on Japanese.

    Messages from China states that violence against Japanese is increasing in the Ya[?]gsze Valley. Although Japanese officials have reported to Tokio, and the ...

    Article : 67 words
  26. Trans-Pacific Flyers.

    A message from St. Paul's Island, in the Bering Sea, states that an aeroplane, believed to be that in which Pangborn and Herndon are attempting to fly from Japan ...

    Article : 73 words
  27. YOUNG NATIONALISTS.

    At a Young Nationalists' rally, which will be conducted in the Hawthorn Town Hall to-night, there will be a triangular debate between representatives from ...

    Article : 199 words
  28. BOYS SPEND NIGHT ON ISLAND.

    BRISBANE, Monday.—Five boys from the Margaret Marr Memorial Home, who went out on to Moreton Bay on Saturday afternoon, had a very unpleasant ...

    Article : 197 words
  29. EARTHQUAKE RECORDED.

    An earthquake of exceptional intensity was recorded on the Melbourne Observatory s[?]ismograph on Sunday morning. The first disturbance was recorded at 20 ...

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  30. Indian Minorities.

    The first informal meeting of representatives of the different interests and groups on the minorities committee of the Indian Round-table Conference was held in ...

    Article : 180 words
  31. Bay Line of Steamers.

    The Australian Press Association learns that the decision to grant the White Star line a moratorium in its payments for the Bay line of steamers from October [?] to ...

    Article : 96 words
  32. FALL OVER CLIFF.

    SYDNEY, Monday.—When several men were cutting a path through the debris around the foot of the recent landslide at Dog Face Rock, in the Blue ...

    Article : 276 words
  33. YOUTH SHOT WITH PEA-RIFLE.

    While he was shooting with several companions yesterday afternoon, Duncan Branda[?] aged 17 years, of Canning street, North Melbourne, was accidentally ...

    Article : 76 words
  34. HOLIDAY IN NEW SOUTH WALES.

    SYDNEY, Monday. — Glorious sunshine made the Eight Hours Day holiday to-day one of the most memorable for years. The Randwick racecourse was the ...

    Article : 174 words
  35. PETROL COSTS INQUIRY.

    The Minister for Customs (Mr. Ford[?]) said yesterday that he had authorised a departmental inquiry into refining and other costs of Commonwealth Oil Refineries Ltd. ...

    Article : 61 words
  36. SEVEN MILES IN SEVEN DAYS.

    PENSHURST[?] Monday.— Letters posted in Pe[?]s[?]urst on Tuesday nights are not delivered at Tabor until the following Tuesday. Tabor is only seven miles away. ...

    Article : 77 words
  37. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    On the anniversary of the destruction of the British airship R 101, which crashed in flames at Beauvais, France, on October 4. 1930[?] with heavy loss of life, flowers were ...

    Article : 73 words
  38. Classified Advertising

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