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  2. SIR H. GEPP'S PARTY

    A two-ton motor truck, fitted with a six-wheel bogey and specially adapted for heavy work in sandy country, and a utility truck, are expected to leave here to-night with supplies, petrol and water for Sir Gepp's party at Lake Mackay. It will probably take ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  3. SPANISH CHILDREN.

    Like Australian bushman have "done a perish" many Basque refugee children, so long accustomed to starvation that they hated to waste a ...

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  4. ROCKEFELLER DEAD

    At Ormond Beach, Florida, John D. Rockefeller, senior, aged 27, died, after a series of heart attacks. His physician attributed Mr. Rockefeller's death to the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. NORTH POLE ANNEXED.

    The "Times'" Riga correspondent reports it is Announced in Moscow the Air Expediton has annexed the North Pole. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. FEDERAL FINANCES.

    The Federal Parliament is to be prorogued by proclamation next week. The now teflon will open on June 17. Seasonal plans are still vague and ...

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  7. WILLIS ISLAND.

    Back from the meteorological outpost on Willis Island, 300 miles north-east of Townsville, Messrs. H. J. Edwards and A. Oliver have been ...

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  8. SLAUGHTERMEN STRIKE.

    Between 200 and 400 mutton slaugh-termen and laborers employed at the Homebush State abattoirs went on strike this morning. The men ...

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  9. N.S.W. MINISTER FOR JUSTICE.

    The New South Wales Minuter for Justice (Mr. L. O. Martin) arrived in Brisbane to-day. While in Queensland he will make a slow study of the ...

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  10. LEAGUE OF NATIONS.

    The Associated Press political writer understands Britain, as the outcome of the Dominions' representations at the Imperial Conference, has ...

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  11. GERHARD DIVORCE.

    George Lesley Joseph Gerrard, fireman, who was married to Lily Schu­mann, at Cairns, in 1926 has been granted a decree nisi for the ...

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  12. STRUCK BY STONE.

    David Dennis, aged 32, harbor worker, who was struck by a flying stone near a quarry whilst cycling from work on Friday afternoon, died in ...

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  13. DESTROYER HUNTER.

    It is officially announced the Hunter disaster was exclusively due to striking a mine. LONDON, May 24. ...

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  14. IMPERIAL CONFERENCE.

    The "Times," in a leader, emphasises the coming week will be unusually important in Imperial British affairs. Empire Day, with their Majesties' ...

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  15. AGAINST AMALGAMATION.

    The largest meeting shareholders ever held of the Milla Milla Butter Association was held in the Royal Palace Theatre to-day. In response to ...

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  16. RAILWAYS COMMISSIONER.

    The Government has receive nearly 20 applications for the position of Commissioner of Railways. They have not yet been considered by the ...

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  17. "FLYING FOWL HOUSE."

    Guinea Airways Ford tri-molor 'plane has been given a certain expressive name in the centre of Australia, as the result of a special cargo ...

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  18. BASIC WAGE CASE.

    Two members of the Executive of the B.M.A. gave evidence in the Arbitration Court to-day in support of the union application for a higher ...

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  19. MR. BALDWIN.

    Mr. Baldwin spent his last Sunday as Prime Minister among 1,500 guests at a garden party the Duke and Duchess or Norfolk gave at Arundel ...

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  20. THE HINDENBURG.

    At the American inquiry into the fire which destroyed the Zeppelin Hindenburg with the loss of 35 lives Dr Von Eckener said in evidence that ...

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  21. EGYPT—ENGLAND.

    Egypt at sunrise, England by sunset, is the record of the Imperial Airways' flying boat Cassiopeia, carrying 14 passengers and a crew of five and 30 ...

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  22. STATE TOURIST BUREAU.

    The Director of the Queensland Tourist Bureau. Mr. A. Cole, to-day estimated that the turnover of the bureau for the year ending June was ...

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  23. TRAFFIC CONTROL.

    Automatic traffic control signalling apparatus was switched on at three intersections in Queen-street this afternoon by the Minister for Home Affairs ...

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  24. THE FOREIGN SECRETARY.

    Mr. Eden dined with M Blum and discussed the International situation before he went on to Geneva. ...

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  25. NEW ALTITUDE RECORD.

    A female Lieutenant Paulina Osipvenkov, flying a single-engined hydromonoplane, attained a 30,000 feet altitude record for an aviatrix. ...

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  26. PLAYS FOR AUSTRALIA.

    J. C. Williamson Ltd. has secured the performing rights of the Russian musical play. "Balalaika." in outstanding success at His Majesty's ...

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  27. AUSTRALIAN GUN.

    An important step forward in national defence will be made when the first gun manufactured in Australia will be fired at Port Wakefield ...

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  28. WHALING.

    [?] will be one of the questions discussed by the Imperial Conference Antarctic Committee on which the Federal Treasurer (Mr. Casey) is ...

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  29. THE ENDEAVOUR.

    Mr. M. Sopwith's Endeavour has passed the Nantucket lightship and is expected to arrive here to-morrow. A coastguard cutter was sent to ...

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  30. CORONATION MEDALS.

    Australia needs no bulwarks, which is most probably the reason why not a single coronation medal was bestowed on any members of the ...

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  31. LUCKNOW RIOTS.

    There was further fierce Moslem sectarian rioting in Lucknow when in were killed and 200 injured. The police ate evacuating families and ...

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