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  2. HINDU "UNTOUCHABLES."

    Reprots from Bombay state that Gandhi approves of the principle of a formula for the solution of the problem of representation in the Indian Legislature of the ...

    Article : 568 words
  3. FEDERAL SAVINGS.

    CANBERRA, Thursday,—Steps to expedite the passage of the Amendling Financial Emergency Bill embodying a number of the Federal Ministry's Budget proposals ...

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  4. LIBERAL MINISTERS.

    The meeting of the executive of the National Liberal Federation to-day is generally regarded as the first step to-wards the termination of the association of ...

    Article : 291 words
  5. DISARMAMENT BUREAU.

    Mr.Arthur Henderson, chairman of the Disarmament Conference opened the meeting of the burean of the conference at Geneva to-day. The German delegate was ...

    Article : 519 words
  6. MONEY FOR HOSPITALS.

    The principle that responsibility for bridging the gap between the expenditure and the income of Victorian public hospital should be accepted by those who are ...

    Article : 693 words
  7. MR. LANG'S FINANCE.

    SYDNEY, Thursday,—"During nearly the whole of the last financial year that the Lang Ministry was in office," states the auditor-general (Mr. J. Spence) in his ...

    Article : 360 words
  8. AEROPLANE IN FLAMES.

    F. P. Taylor, pilot, was severely burned and A. L. de Tourettes was slightly burned after a Moth aeroplane crashed into a house at Johnsonville. The engine of the ...

    Article : 693 words
  9. UNIONS AND TARIFF.

    Conflicting views were expiessed by delegates to the All-Australian Trade Union Congress at the Trades Hall yesterday concerning the value of protection. Many ...

    Article : 890 words
  10. METHODIST UNION.

    Ten thousand Methodists throunged the Albert Hall to-day and gave a rousing welcome to the overseas delegations attending the celebration of the union of the ...

    Article : 267 words
  11. CHEQUE FOR £13,570.

    SYDNEY, Thursday,—Further angry exchanges between counsel occurred in the Central Summous Court to-day, during the hearing of the charges of fraud against ...

    Article : 352 words
  12. BACK TO THE HORSE.

    "A horse which a years ago would not have brought £20 will non sell readily for £30 or more," said Mr. P. Counell, who presided over the annual meeting of ...

    Article : 610 words
  13. AUSTRALIAN CREDIT.

    Cireumstances are combning to improve the prospects of the New South Wales conversion loan at satisfactory rates. The cheerful Federal Budget, the economies in ...

    Article : 479 words
  14. JUDGE'S HOUSE BOMBED.

    Chicago was shocked to-day by a bomb outrage at the home of Judge McGoorty, of the Sluperior Court. The explosion of the bomb, which was placed in the door way ...

    Article : 213 words
  15. STILL HOPING.

    Some time must elapse before a final decision is reached with respect to Maurice Tate, who was unable to leave with the other members of the English cricket team ...

    Article : 211 words
  16. PEOPLE'S DAY.

    People's Day at the Royal Show is intended primarily to give city folk a chance to inspect for themselves the achievements of primary producers, and a large part of ...

    Article : 203 words
  17. CAR ROLLS DOWN HILL.

    ADELAIDE, Thursday,—Six persons had a remarkable escape from serious injary when a car in which they were travelling crashed through a fence and overturned ...

    Article : 272 words
  18. CYCLONE AT GYMPIE.

    BRISBANE, Thursday,—Damage estimated at more than £10,000 was caused this morning when a cyclonic storm struck Gympie with terrific force. Many houses ...

    Article : 526 words
  19. CANADIAN TRADE.

    During the 12 months ended in August Canada's excess of exports over imports was 38,084,390 dollars (normally £7,736,00). whereas in the year ended August, 1931. ...

    Article : 189 words
  20. FAMITA ENDOWMENT.

    SYDNEY, Thursday,—Important changes in the system of family endowment were announced by the Premier (Mr. Stevens) in his Budget speech in the Legislative ...

    Article : 436 words
  21. PRINCE OF WALES.

    The Prince of Wales, who has been staying with the king and Queen at Balmoral, Scotland, returned to London this morning and proceeded to St. James's Palace to ...

    Article : 196 words
  22. BUILDING INDUSTRY.

    One of the principal objects of the Building Judustry Congress is to encoruage private enterprise to assist in rehabilitating the industry by putting improtant works ...

    Article : 205 words
  23. SALES TAX EXEMPTIONS.

    CANBERRA, Thursday,—Primary producers will benefit this financial year to the extent of £460,000 as a result of the exemptions from sales tax and primage ...

    Article : 79 words
  24. Unemployed Riots.

    Thirty people were injured and 15 were arrested in unemployed riots at Liverpool yesterday. More than 4,000 persons took part in a demonstration to demand a higher ...

    Article : 164 words
  25. Scott Centenary.

    The celebrations marking the centenary of the death of Sir Walter Scott reached their climax in Scotland to-night, when the whole border country was ablaze with ...

    Article : 124 words
  26. RUSSIAN TIMBER.

    SYDNEY, Thursday,—A shipment of between 700,000 and 800,000 superficial feet of Russian timber from Vladivostock has reached Sydney in the Japanese steamer ...

    Article : 186 words
  27. CAPTURED BY BANDITS.

    Officials of the Manchukue Government are greatly concerned at the probable fate of two british subjects, Mrs. Pawley and Mr. Charles Corkran, who were ...

    Article : 194 words
  28. "CHIEFLY FINE" WEATHER.

    Rain swept across the State yesterday in a narrow belf from Tempy in the northwest to Sale in the south-east. The best falls were 122 points, recorded at Tempy, ...

    Article : 152 words
  29. DEATH OF MR. A. C. H. NORCOTT.

    Mr. Amos Chauncey Harrison Norcott, who died in a provate hospital yesterday after a short illness, was a former secretary of the Melbourne Football Club, and ...

    Article : 182 words
  30. Fijian Funds Missing.

    Following an investigation by a special committee into the disappearance from the Treasury safe at Suva of £700 in March, Hugh Neville Reay, aged 30 years, a ...

    Article : 113 words
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