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  2. FUTURE OF THE MEDITERRANEAN

    The naval correspondent of the "Daily Telegraph" (Mr. Hector Bywater) says that although there is no question of Great Britain ever totally abandoning the ...

    Article : 230 words
  3. SUPT. BROPHY TELLS ABOUT SHOOTING

    Evidence of how he was shot at Royal Park on the night of May 22 was given yesterday by Superintendent J. O'C. Brophy, chief of the Criminal Investigation Branch of the Victorian Police, before Judge Macindoe, sitting as ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 5,259 words
  4. ITALIAN CABINET RESHUFFLE

    A significant reshuffle of Cabinet portfollos is interpreted as foreshadowing alterations of the Constitution that will give greater power to Ministers and ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 338 words
  5. EXPERIMENTS IN FRANCE

    As the strikers in France are gradually returning to work interest is being transferred to other features of the Government's programme, notably, the bill ...

    Article : 1,054 words
  6. MAIN SHOT IN LEG

    The vigilance of a watchman and two constables folled an attempt by two men to force their way into several offices in the Small Arms Building, in Elizabeth ...

    Article : 400 words
  7. BUDGET SECRETS

    The political correspondent of the "Daily Mail" says that it is understood that the Attorey-Gcneral (Sir Donald Somervell) has decided that no further ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 489 words
  8. MORE DISORDER IN PALESTINE

    The Jerusalem correspondent of "The Times" says that the arrival of military reinforcements suggests that the Government can no longer count upon the ...

    Article : 240 words
  9. DOG ATTACKS BANDIT

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—An armed and masked bandit entered a jeweller's shop in Oxford street, Paddington, to-day, violently assaulted the proprietor, and held ...

    Article : 345 words
  10. AUSTRALIA FAVOURED FOR DAVIS CUP

    "The winner of the Davis Cup this year will be Australis," said Wilmer Allison, the captain of the American team, in an interview on his arrival at Plymouth ...

    Article : 152 words
  11. ASSISTING IN RECOVERY OF CHINA

    Sir Frederick Leith-Ross, chief economic adviser to the British Government, who visited China recently to investigate financial and economic conditions had an ...

    Article : 152 words
  12. TRAINERS, JOCKEYS, AND HORSES DISQUALIFIED

    BRISBANE, Wednesday.—After an inquiry into the running of the Fourth Division Handicap at Albion Park to-day, the trainer, Frank Davis; the jockey, C. ...

    Article : 177 words
  13. QUEEN MARY HELD UP

    Fog held up the Queen Mary in the Channel to-day on her return voyage from New York. She anchored off Cherbourg at 9.15 a.m. Southampton is prepared to ...

    Article : 74 words
  14. Gold, Exchanges, Markets

    Gold, £6/18/8 (fall of 4d). Exchanges.—Dollar, 5.01½; franc, 76 3-16. Australian mining shares better. Broken ...

    Article : 41 words
  15. SALARY CUTS TO BE RESTORED IN S.A.

    ADELAIDE, Wednesday. — The Financial Emergency Act, under which Ministers and members of Parliament had their salaries reduced, will cease to ...

    Article : 125 words
  16. GIPPSLAND "TIGER" MYSTERY IS MYSTERY NO LONGER

    MAFFRA, Wednesday. — The "Briagolong Tiger" has been caught at last—and has proved to be a large dingo which, in death, measured eight feet from nose to ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 394 words
  17. WOKE TO FIND BEAR AT BESIDED

    SYDNEY, Wednesdy.—A pet black bear at Surfers' Paradise Zoo. Tweed Heads, escaped from her vage by tearing down the wire from its fastenings last ...

    Article : 254 words
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