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  2. TASMANIAN SHIPPING.

    How the Navigation Act affects steamship services between Hobart and Sydney is discussed in a statement issued yesterday by the Australiasian Steamship Owners' ...

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  3. BROADCASTING RACES.

    As the result of a conference with representatives of the leading racing clubs of Australia, the general manager of the Australian Broadcasting Commission (Mr. ...

    Article : 272 words
  4. CHAMPION TICKET-SELLERS.

    Applause greeted an announcement made last night by the secretary of the Footscray Football Club (Mr. S. Thomas) that the membership of [?] last season was easily ...

    Article : 74 words
  5. TAXATION OFFICES.

    In a statement which has been issued on behalf of the executive, the Taxpayers' Association again strongly criticises the proposed trasfer of the Federal Taxation ...

    Article : 443 words
  6. SYDNEY TO HOBART.

    CANBERRA, Thursday.—Particulars of the subsided shipping service to be conducted between Sydney and Hobart were supplied to-night by the Prime ...

    Article : 152 words
  7. ITEMS OF INTEREST.

    Plans for a Federal council of all South African soldiers' associations were ananounced at the monthly meeting of the Victorian branch last night. It is hoped ...

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  8. OTTAWA DEBATE.

    CANBERRA, Thursday.—Accsing the leader of the Opposition (Mr. Scullin) of trying to pick holes in the Ottawa agreement without having considered its general ...

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  10. "POLITICAL PAWNSHOP."

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—The Assistant Treasurer (Mr. Sppooner), in a speech to members of the United Associations tonight, commented on the Premiers' ...

    Article : 279 words
  11. SUGAR AGREEMENT BILL.

    CANBERRA, Thursday.—The Assistant Minister for Customs (Mr. Guy) introduced into the House of Representatives to-day a bill to ratify the revised sugar agreement, ...

    Article : 65 words
  12. COMMENT ON APPEAL.

    PERTH, Thursday.—Severe criticism of the Attorney-General (Mr. Davy) was offered by Mr. President Dwyer in the Arbitraion Court to-day, when ...

    Article : 495 words
  13. NEW GOVERNMENT LOAN.

    Although the prospectus for the new Government loan of £8,000,000 at 3[?] per cent. has not yet been issued and subscriptions have not yet been invited from the public, ...

    Article : 224 words
  14. PARCELS FOR CANADA.

    The postal authorities notify that the Christmas parcel mail for Canada will close at the Elizabeth street post-office at noon and at the General Post-office. Spencer ...

    Article : 70 words
  15. POTATOES FALL 5/ TON.

    Absence of interstate buyers in the Melbourne market yesterday resulted in prices of potatoes declining 5/ a ton, which was the amount gained on Wednesday. ...

    Article : 49 words
  16. ROAD ACCIDENTS.

    TRARALGON, Thursday.—While returning to his home at Traralgon, driving a jinker, Mr. D. Downie was struck by a motor-car, travelling along the Prince's ...

    Article : 570 words
  17. FIRST GLOBE ONIONS.

    The first deliveries of new season's Globe onions were made in Melbourne yesterday. They did not come on the market here, and were shipped to Sydney in cases. ...

    Article : 54 words
  18. ENTERTAINMENTS.

    A horse show and gymkhana in aid of the Austin Hospital will be held by the Heidelberg Horses in Action Society at Warringal Park. Heidelberg, on Saturday, November 12. Prizes ...

    Article : 528 words
  19. WOMAN WOUNDED IN FOOT.

    When she was standing at the doorway of her home in Coudell street. Fitzroy, at half-past 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon, Mrs. Eileen Watts, aged 25 years, heard a report ...

    Article : 161 words
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    Advertising : 157 words
  21. GOLF.

    ADELAIDE, Thursday.—The final two rounds of the 72 holes Spalding professional golf competition were played at Kooyonga to-day in a strong wind and driving rain st[?] Ru[?] Stewart (Kooyonga) ...

    Article : 374 words
  22. REFUSAL TO LOAD MEAT.

    AUCKLAND (N.Z.), Thursday.—Watersiders refused to-day to load frozen meat into the Port Gisborne, which will sail for London to-morrow. The meat will ...

    Article : 81 words
  23. CUP CARNIVAL.

    Special full-page pictures of Peter Pan, the winner of the Melbourne Cup, and the finish of the race, are features of "The Australiasian." the metropolitan edition of ...

    Article : 254 words
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  25. MR. ADAMSON'S COLLECTION.

    Many interesting things are included in Mr. [?] A. Adamson's collection of works of art and antiques, which will be sold by auction to-day, beginning at 2 o'clock, at ...

    Article : 165 words
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