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  2. [?] DEBT PLANS

    CANBERRA, Tuesday. — When the [?] Loan Council continued its meeting in Canberra to-day the Federal Min[?] proposals for rural debt arjustment ...

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  3. AIRMEN TO PARADE TO-DAY

    In six motor-cars the winners of the air race and the other competitors who have reached Melbourne will be driven through the city streets to-day. Squadron-Leader D. E. Stodart, a Victorian, and his ...

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  4. JAPAN'S OIL MONOPOLY

    On behalf of their nationals whose interests are liable to be adversely affected, the Governments of Britain, the United States, and the Netherlands have recently ...

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  5. POLITICAL UNITY

    The Prime Minister (Mr. Ramsay MacDonald) the Lord Privy Seal (Mr. Baldwin), and the Foreign secretary (Sir John Simon, representing the three parties ...

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  6. DUKE IN SUNSHINE

    LEARMONTH, Tuesday. — After having enjoyed three days' complete relaxation at Ercildoune, the country home of Major Alan Currie, M.L.C., and Mrs. ...

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  7. COALITION BASIS

    CANBERRA, Tuesday. — Unusual interest is being shown by members of the Federal Parliament in the disclosure that there is likely to be an immediate ...

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  8. KINGSFORD-SMITH

    Sir Charles Kingsford-Smith and his copilot and navigator (Captain P. G. Taylor) landed on Wheeler Field, Honolulu, at 8.40 a.m. to-day, exactly 25 hours after ...

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  9. THE STODARTS ARRIVE

    Squadron-Leader D. E. Stodart, a Victorian and probably the most casual competitor in the air race, arrived at Melbourne in his Airspeed Courier just in ...

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  10. NAVAL TALKS

    The first official naval talks between representatives of Britain and the United States began in Downing Street this afternoon. The Prime Minister (Mr[?] ...

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  11. Vice-Minister Surprised

    The Vice Foreign Minister of Manchouk[?]o (Mr. Chulchl Ohashi), in the course of an exclusive interview with the Tokio correspondent of the Australian Press ...

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  12. GANDHI CARRIES CONGRESS

    The conference of the Indian National Congress, which concluded at the weekend, was a personal triumph for Gandhi, whose proposal to change the party ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  13. RAN OUT OF PETROL

    BRISBANE, Tuesday. — Lieutenant Michael Hansen and Mr. D. Jensen, the Danish competitors, have provided another thrill in the air race. Running out ...

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  14. DORMAN, LONG, AND CO. LTD.

    A revised scheme issued for the reconstruction of the capital of Dorman, Long, and Co. Ltd., engineers, shows that £9,000,000 has been lost. It is now ...

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  15. Lou Tellegen Commits Suicide

    Lou Tellegen, the veteran stage and cinema actor, and the former husband of Geraldine Farrar, the opera singer, was found dead to-day in the bathroom of his ...

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  16. NOT WHAT THEY SOUGHT

    In a despatch to the "New York Times." its Costa Rica correspondent says that the 18 members of a British expedition seeking buried pirates' treasure ...

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  17. Soldiers' league Dinner

    On Saturday, November 10, at 7.15 p.m., in the Melbourne Town Hall, the Duke of Gloucester will be entertained at a dinner by the Victorian branch of the ...

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  18. Unemployment Insurance

    President Roosevelt's economic security committee is drafting for presentation to the next Congress an unemployment insurance plan which would be financed by ...

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  19. Melrose at Charleville

    Looking even more boyish in his blue pyjamas than in his oily blazer and dirty shorts, C. J. Melrose talked of his flight while resting at a Charleville hotel ...

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  20. BROADCASTING CONTROL

    SYDNEY, Tuesday. — The power of the Commonwealth to control wireless broadcasting was questioned in the Central Summons Court to-day during the ...

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  21. Lord Strickland Loses Appeal

    The Privy Council has dismissed Lord Strickland's appeal from the Malta Appeal Court arising out of his action for damages for moral injury against the Maltese ...

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  22. Nazi Organisation Banned in S.W. Africa

    The promulgation of a Government Gazette declaring the Nazi organisation Zosialistische Deutscher Arbeiter Parte[?] an illegal movement has created ...

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  23. TRAVELLERS' LUNCHEON

    A tumultuous welcome was given to the fliers in the air race at the luncheon given in their honour by the Commercial Travellers' Club yesterday. There was a ...

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  24. No Election in Canada

    Although it was expected that the resignation of the Canadian Minister for Trade and Commerce (Mr. H. H. Stevens) would precipitate a crisis, involving a general ...

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  25. London Stock Exchange

    Midday quotations:—Mount Elliott, 8/3; Great Boulder, 10/3; Sons of Gwalla, 41/; South Kalgurli, 24/4½; Golden Horseshoe, 3/7; Wiluna, 52/; New ...

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  26. Lord Devonport Leaves £1,897,000

    Lord Devonport, formerly chairman of the Port of London Authority, who died on September 5, left estate valued at £ 1,897,000. The death duties will amount ...

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  27. Ulm's Pacific Flight

    Mr. C. T. Ulm, who proposes to fly from Canada to Australia, will shortly test at Portsmouth his twin-engined Airspeed Envoy monoplane. It will be shipped to ...

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  28. WALLER AND JONES

    Mr. Ken Waller and Lieutenant Cathcart Jones, who are flying home in the Comet in which they came fourth in the air race, were delayed to-day by engine ...

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  29. "Mowgli" in Real Life

    An amazing parallel to Kipling's Mowgl[?], who was brought up by a she-wolf and eventually became leader of the pack, is revealed by the death of a girl at the ...

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  30. Siam Remains Quiet

    People arriving from Siam say that Bangkok, the capital, is quiet. It was learned from authoritative sources that the Cabinet is ready with several plans ...

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  31. WHITE TIE OR BLACK?

    CANBERRA. Tuesday. — A difficulty of an unusual kind prevented the Premier of Tasmania (Mr. Ogilvie) from attending a dinner given by His Excellency ...

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  32. DUTCH AIRLINER WILL LEAVE SOON

    ADELAIDE, Tuesday. — Lady Moulden left by to-night's express for Melbourne to join as a passenger the Dutch airliner, which is expected to leave on its return ...

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  33. WHARF LABOURER COLLAPSES

    D. Thomas, aged 48 years, of Argyle street, St. Kilda, collapsed and died while working on the steamer Carlisle at No. 11 North Wharf last night. ...

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  34. Price of Gold

    The price quoted for gold is £6/19/10½ an ounce fine, compared with £7/0/7 an ounce fine for the previous day. Adding exchange and allowing for ...

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  35. DISAPPOINT THAT NERVOUS BREAKDOWN.

    If, by all the signs, you know you're heading for a nervous breakdown, why not take the matter in hand right now? Put office problems, household cares, ...

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  36. VIN D'ORANGE

    This attractive wine is a genuine orange juice product, which will appeal to all those who appreciate wines of the sweet sherry type, but the flavour and bouquet ...

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  37. CHIPPED CROCKERY

    Nothing is more objectionable than chipped crockery — besides, its use is illegal. DURALINE Plates, manufactured by The Grindley Hotel Ware Co., are ...

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  38. CAR PARKING.

    Don't be ashamed of your car when it is so easy to make it new again with a simple application of DOCKER'S WORLDFAMOUS "REVELTTE" Quick Drying Car ...

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  39. INSURE AGAINST DEAR EGGS.

    Simply "Ovo" a year's supply of eggs. "Ovo" is the premier preservative; keeps eggs fresh; one tin alone saves £ 1. Simplicity, itself. All grocers.—[Advt.] ...

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  40. WAISTLINE REDUCED

    at Y.M.C.A. Gymnasium for Business Men. Games, exercises, massage, swimming. Individual or class work. 'Phone M2161. —[Advt.] ...

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