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  2. SUICIDE OR MURDER?

    Mystery surrounds the death of Dora Fabian, aged 36 years, a German doctor of philosophy, who was divorced from her husband, a doctor in Berlin, and Matilda ...

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  3. BAN ON FOOTBALL AT NIGHT

    The directors of Melbourne Carnivals Ltd. issued tickets yesterday for a football match to be played this evening at Olympic Park between the Richmond and ...

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  4. CAPTAIN EDEN DELAYED BY WEATHER

    Captain Eden, the Lord Privy Seal, who was expected to reach London this evening, bringing with him his first-hand impressions of European problems as seen ...

    Article : 458 words
  5. MEAT FOR BRITAIN

    It is expected that the British and Australian Ministers will meet again on Tuesday to discuss meat imports. In the meantime the experta are endeavouring to ...

    Article : 254 words
  6. APPEALS DISMISSED

    The committee of the Victoria Racing Club, at its meeting yesterday, dismissed the appeals of Bayntun's lessee-trainer (W. C. Bayley) and L. G. Miller, rider ...

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  7. THIEVES SEIZE £1,725 ROBBERY IN COLLINS STREET

    Coolly waiting until they had walked to the rear of a tram from which they had alighted, two armed thieves robbed two officials of the Bank of Australasia in the middle of Collins street at 10.30 a.m. yesterday. ...

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  8. AN ONLOOKER AT CANBERRA

    CANBERRA, Friday.—A member of Parliament can suffer few more distressing experiences than that of seeing his constituents receive an unexpected ...

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  9. SUSTENANCE PAYMENTS

    Because complaints have been received by the Central Unemployed Strike Committee that sustenance payments have not been made retrospective in all ...

    Article : 424 words
  10. Argentine Agreement

    Passages from the trade agreement between the United Kingdom and the Argentine show the extent to which Britain's hands are tied in negotiating with the ...

    Article : 499 words
  11. REFORMING HOUSE OF LORDS

    In the House of Lords to-day Lord Rockley (formerly Sir Eveyln Cecil) moved the second reading of a bill for the appointment of five life peers a year up to a ...

    Article : 265 words
  12. THE FAR EAST

    Commenting on the statement by Earl Stanhope in the House of Lords yesterday that Britain had offered her friendly services with the idea of improving the ...

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  13. Lord Derby's Birthday

    The immense popularity of the Earl of Derby among all people in his native county of Lancashire was shown to-day when at Preston, ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  14. BELGIAN DEVALUATION

    France is troubled by the devaluation of the belga, which has necessitated M. Marchandeau, Minister for Commerce, and three experts visiting Brussels. The ...

    Article : 244 words
  15. New Australian Steamer

    Mrs. Bruce, wife of the High Commissioner for Australia, launched the Melbourne Steamship Company's steamer Duntroon at Newcastle-on-Tyne to-day. ...

    Article : 204 words
  16. MR. HOGAN'S ADVICE

    Australia's only weapon of defence against duties and restrictions on its food stuffs entering Great Britain was the very valuable preference it gave British ...

    Article : 390 words
  17. Memel Territory

    It has been officially announced that Lithuania will not appeal to the League of Nations regarding the Memel territory, as the Convention already recognises her ...

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  18. ARMED MEN AT BENDIGO

    BENDIGO, Friday.—In attempting to prevent two men from stealing his till to-night Mr. Alfred V. Boddinar, proprietor of the Northern Used Car Depot, ...

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  19. Price of Gold

    Gold is quoted at £7/3/10½ an ounce, compared with £7/4/3 yesterday. Allowing for the premium on exchange and realisation expenses, the price is ...

    Article : 58 words
  20. Women Condemn Cocktail Drinking

    BALLARAT, Friday.—Cocktail drinking and beach beauty parades which formed the subject of resolutions submitted by the Essendon Colac and ...

    Article : 396 words
  21. Shipyard Bought

    When the new 24,000-ton P. and O. liner Stiathmore was launched at Barrow to-day it was announced that Vickers Armstrong Ltd. had this week bought the ...

    Article : 120 words
  22. Bandits Rob Train

    Four bandits operating in the old Western desperade style carried out a daring railway robbery to-day. Boarding an cypress train at Chicago, they systematically ...

    Article : 87 words
  23. PARLIAMENT IN BRIEF

    CANBERRA, Friday.—In the face of bitter opposition from the Labour party a bill permitting the refund, in certain instances, of sales tax paid on ...

    Article : 134 words
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  25. YOUR HAIR, MADAM

    will be modishly and expertly treated waved, shampooed, or whatever you will, and at a very moderate cost, at The Mutual Toilet Salon which is fitted with ...

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