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  2. GOLD CLAUSE.

    Partially to clarify, and as some observers said, "to legalise" the inflation amendment recently included in the Farm Relief Bill, a resolution inspired by the ...

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  3. RELIANCE AGROUND.

    PORTARLINGTON, Sunday,— A drenching with cold sea spray and delayed return to the city were of the experiences of a party of 45 passengers in the bay ...

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  4. TENNIS SURPRISE.

    Quist and McGrath, the young members of the Australian Davis Cup team, startled France to-day by defeating Borotra and Brugnon, who are regarded as the best ...

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  5. 15 DEFEAT 18.

    On few occasions have 15 footballers in the highest grades of the Australian game been called upon to oppose a full team of vigorous opponents, and, despite the ...

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  6. EVEREST CLIMBERS.

    A Wireless message from Mr. Hugh Ruttledge, leader of the Mount Everest foot expedition, sent on Thursday from Camp Four, states:—"Camp Four, on a narrow ...

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  7. CRIMINALS ACTIVE IN CITY.

    Baffled by a thick concrete core in the door of the strongroom of the Australian Bank of Commerce branch of the Bank of New South Wales, Collins street, city, ...

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  8. PEACE EFFORTS.

    An important statement was made by the Foreign Secretary (Sir John Simon) in a debate on foreign affairs in the House of Commons to-day. He declared that the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. BY NARROW MARGIN.

    At half-time in the match between Collingwood and Carlton at Victoria Park on Saturday everyone was talking of the wonderful recovery by the visitors after their ...

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  10. BILLIARDS CHAMPIONSHIP.

    Walter Lindrum, the Australiam billiard player, won the British professional championship to-night.The final scores were:— Lindrum, 21,813 (incluing 604, 302, and ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  11. TRUCE IN CHINA.

    The situation in North China is comsiderably easier. The verbal truce has resuited in a cessation of hostilities, although a formal agreement has not yet been ...

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  12. AUSTRALIAN CONVERSION.

    Discussing the possibilities of the forthcoming Australian conversion operations the "Investors' Chronicle" says:— "British mvestors must realise what the conversion ...

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  13. WOMAN SHOT IN ARM.

    Struck by a stray bullet fired by one of three men in an attempt to rob a grocer in Heidelberg road, Alphington, early on Saturday night, Mrs, Florrie Inglemann, of ...

    Article : 210 words
  14. STABLES BURNT.

    SYDNEY, Sunday,—Three racehorses were burned to death early this morning when the training stables of Mr. A.Inkpen, in Martin street, Hamilton, Newcastle, ...

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  15. AUSTRIA AND GERMANY.

    The strained relations existing between Austria and Germany as the result of Nazi activities in Austria, have resulted in the Austraian Ambassador being recalled from ...

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  16. Rebellion in Ireland.

    A remarkable story connected with the Easter week rebellion in Ireland in 1916 is told in the "lrish Press," after a [?]pse of 17 years, by Count Plunkett. He says ...

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  17. PIRATES ATTACK STEAMER.

    Captain H. Jensen was shot in the leg by two bullets in attack by pirates on the coastal steamer Prominent, near British, waters last evening. Fourteen ...

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  18. Lord Inchcape's Death Duties.

    The Government of Ceylon will obtain a "windfall" in death duties on the estate of the Earl of Inchcape, who died last year. Four hundred thousand rupees ...

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  19. AUSTRALIAN SILVER.

    WELLINGTON (N.Z.), Sunday.—Australian silver coins to the value of £50,000 will be imported, it is understood, owing to the shortage of silver money in New ...

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  20. Indian Markets.

    The Secretary of State for India (Sir Samuel Hoare), in a speech at the annual Bombay dinner in London last night, said that British and Indian business men had ...

    Article : 234 words
  21. John Amery Arrested.

    John Amery and his wife, formerly Miss Una Wing, a film actress, aged 22 years, have been arrested following an allegation by a jeweller at Athens that a cheque paid ...

    Article : 159 words
  22. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    Mr. Andrew Fox, aged 80 years, a passenger by the Balranald, who was on his way to revisit Ireland after spending 50 years in Australia, died of sunstroke in the ...

    Article : 111 words
  23. FISHERMAN'S ORDEAL.

    ADELAIDE, Sunday.— When his boat was upset by a sudden squall between Thevenard and St. Peter's Island a week ago, Theodore Knoll, a German fisherman, ...

    Article : 90 words
  24. ECONOMIC MARKETING.

    There was a time when Advertising had about as much economie and moral status as a spruiker outside a circus tent, but it has now become one of the most vital ...

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