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  2. ARMISTICE DAY.

    With simple ceremony the 13th anniversary of the signing of the Armistice and the cessation of hostilities between the Allied Forces and the Central Powers was ...

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  3. BOMB THREATS.

    It was revealed yesterday that about a quarter of an hour after the home of Sir Stanley Argyle had been damaged by a bomb on Monday night a threatening ...

    Article : 668 words
  4. CONSORTING BILL.

    Without amendment the Police Offences (Consorting) Bill was passed by the Legislative Assembly last night, and it was transmitted to the Legislative Council. The ...

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  5. KING'S SPEECH.

    The King's Speech was debated in both Houses of Parliament this afternoon. The Speech, which was delivered by His Majesty at the opening of Parliament earlier in the ...

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  6. WESTMINSTER STATUTE.

    "I believe that other means far more permanent and secure than anything that has so far existed in the history of the Empire will be found for binding the ...

    Article : 1,010 words
  7. EXCHANGE POSITION.

    In a statement issued yesterday the general manager of the Bank of New South Wales (Mrs. A. C. Davidson) deprecated rumours of pending alterations in the ...

    Article : 1,108 words
  8. MINISTRY OF HEALTH

    The Ministry of Health Bill, which is designed to group all State medical services under a Ministry of Health administered by a Minister responsible to ...

    Article : 265 words
  9. RELIEF WAGES.

    Members of the Legislative Council considered last night the position resulting from the Legislative Assembly's treatment of their suggestions for amending the relief ...

    Article : 1,177 words
  10. YOUTHS MISSING.

    Anxiety is felt for the safety of two youths who have been missing since they left Seacombe, on Lake Wellington, for Bairnsdale in a small flat-bottomed boat ...

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  11. MR. BUTLER'S FLIGHT.

    LONGREACH (Q[?]), Wednesday. — Mr. C. A. Butler, who is trevalling from Darwin to Sydney, after a record flight from England to Australia, made a precarious but ...

    Article : 229 words
  12. AUSTRALIAN STOCKS.

    Quotations for Australian stocks are again firmer all round. Stocks of several States have increased from £2 to £3 in price. ...

    Article : 226 words
  13. MR. BURNETT GRAY.

    When the legislative Assembly was debating yesterday a motion for the appointment of a Select committee to take evidence and report upon the Vac[?]um Oil Company ...

    Article : 212 words
  14. Fighting in Manchuria.

    The War Office officially denies reports that fighting occurred on Monday between Chinese and Japanese regular troop. It states that Japanese guards dispersed a ...

    Article : 120 words
  15. WATERSIDE REGULATIONS.

    CANBERRA, Wednesday.—The leader of the Opposition in the Senate (Sir George Pearce) to-day gave notice that he would move to-morrow for the disallowance of the ...

    Article : 70 words
  16. Wheat and Maize.

    The Department of Agriculture at Washington estimates the total production of wheat in the United States of the 1931 crop at 884,000,000 bushels, and of maize ...

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  17. PARLIAMENT IN BRIEF.

    CANBERRA, Wednesday.—By way of personal explanation in the Senate to-day the leader of the Government (Senator B[?]rnes) said that his speech of last night ...

    Article : 235 words
  18. SOVIET ART TREASURES.

    The "Daily Telegraph" says that Mr. Andrew Mellon, Secretary to the United States Treasury, has paid £1,600,000 for about 20 old masters from the Her[?]tage ...

    Article : 122 words
  19. A Frank Communist.

    Giving evidence to-day[?] Tom Ewen, one of the nine Communists who are being tried on charges of having acted as members of an unlawful association and of having been ...

    Article : 168 words
  20. ELECTION FIGHT SEQUEL.

    Lively seenes in the Birmingham rag market were described to-day at the hearing of the change against Sir Oswald Mosley, leader of the Mosley party, of having ...

    Article : 417 words
  21. Australian Criminal.

    James Casey, an Australian, who appeared to-day on remand from August 31[?] on a charge of having obtained a large sum of money from an English bank ...

    Article : 198 words
  22. Sent to Devil's Island.

    Jean H[?]yet, a young multi-millionaire bachelor, has been sentenced to imprisonment on Devil's Island (French Guiana) for 12 years, to be followed by banishment for ...

    Article : 102 words
  23. Loan for South Africa.

    Neither the Government nor the Bank of France will take part in the negotiations regarding the proposed loan of £5,000,000 to be used as an exchange pool for the ...

    Article : 54 words
  24. Germany Insolvent.

    The Paris correspondent of the "Morning Post" states that it is expected that [?]ermany intends to ask for a moratorium, and is preparing to plead absolute insolvency ...

    Article : 54 words
  25. DOG BITES CHILD'S EAR OFF.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—When several children were playing on a lawn in front of a house at Bankstown this morning a large collie dog on the other side of the fence ...

    Article : 85 words
  26. Lord Kylsant's Sentence.

    An organisation known as the White [?]eamen's Brotherhood has decided to petition the King to pardon Lord Kylsant as an act of grace, on the ground of Lord ...

    Article : 82 words
  27. BROADCASTING COMMISSION

    CAMBERRA, Wednesday. — At the meeting this morning of the sub[?]committee of the Cabinet which is dealing with broadeasting, it was decided that the new board ...

    Article : 88 words
  28. NEW ZEALAND ELECTION.

    WELLINGTON (N.Z.), Wednesday.— The Prime Minister (Mr. Forbes) announced in the House of Representatives this morning that the general election had ...

    Article : 88 words
  29. Classified Advertising

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