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  2. Federal Budget Must Balance.

    MELBOURNE, Sunday Whenever taxation can be great thing for Australia is to continue year after year to present balanced ...

    Article : 238 words
  3. A ROUGH TRIP.

    CAPE TOWN, September 6. After 11 weeks' voyage through calm and storm, the C. B. Pedersen has reached here two weeks overdue. She has done11,500 miles since leaving ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  4. "MAN WITH X-RAY EYES."

    Kuda Bur, the Kashmiri mystic, now described as the man with the X-ray eyes, cycled through a busy London thoroughfare ...

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  5. LAST CABLE TRAM.

    Windows were smashed, straps, hells, lamps, destination signs, window shutters and pieces of woodwork were souvenired by 100 ...

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  6. GIANTS OF THE AIR.

    AN EFFECTIVE PICTURE of the new air liner Loila, with her sister ship Loina, taken at Laverton, where the newcomer was tested successfully. The loina is in Holyman's Tasmanian service, and the Loila will be used by the company in the Melbourne ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. WIDESPREAD RELIEF FOR EX-SOLDIERS.

    Widespread relief to invalid former soldiers is expected in legislation to be introduced in the Federal Parliament shortly. ...

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  8. TO MAKE IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT.

    LONDON, Sunday. — According to .he "Sunday Express" which alone Publishes the story, Mr. Eamonn do Valera yesterday telephoned from ...

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  9. WOMAN STOWED AWAY.

    AUCKLAND (N.Z.), Sunday. — A young married woman, whose home is at Croydon, Sydney, stowed away on the Remuera at London. When ...

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  10. 30 KILLED.

    The eastern coast of Florida to- day waited for the tropical hurricane which was reported to be sweeping northward, having caused ...

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  11. Dominion Secretary May Visit Australia.

    MELBOURNE, Sunday.—A hint that the Dominion secretary (Mr. J. H. Thomas) may visit Australia was given by the Prime Minister (Mr. J. A. ...

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  12. TEN FLOODS IN EIGHTEEN MONTHS.

    AUCKLAND (N.Z.), Sunday. — During the past 18 months, the far north of New Zealand has experienced 10 floods, causing thousands of pounds' ...

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  13. Twice-Daily Strait Air Service

    LAUNCESTON, Sunday,—It was announced by Captain Ivan Holyman yesterday morning that completed the Airways Pty. Ltd. had completed the transfer of its airway service head ...

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  14. BUST OF LAWRENCE.

    LONDON, Sunday.—The "Sunday Despatch'" says that Colonel T. E. Lawrence's services to the Empire are to be commemorated by a bronze bust ...

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  15. MENTAL HOSPITAL.

    In his annual report on the working of the Mental Hospital at New Norfolk the Administrator, Dr. B. M. Carruthers, states that the daily average ...

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  16. NATIVE WELFARE.

    CANBERRA, Sunday.—A high tribute to the Commonwealth's aboriginal policy in North Australia is paid by Professor J. B. Cleland, chairman of ...

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  17. FELL 150 FEET IN QUARRY

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—After having fallen 150 feet in a quarry of the Kandos Cement Works at Kandos yesterday, Albert Guthrie (37), an employe, ...

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  18. FARM SCHOOLS FOR CHILDREN.

    LONDON, Saturday.—Sir William Champion, in a letter to the "Times," points out that he is going to Australia ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  19. DUKE'S WEDDING TO BE BROADCAST.

    LONDON, Saturday. — The British Broadcasting Corporation announces that the permission of the British Official Wireless is being received to broadcast ...

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  20. MAN'S THROAT AND HAND SLASHED.

    MELBOURNE, Sunday. — With wounds in his throat and on his hands, a man who gave the name of James Ellis (32), carter, and who refused to ...

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  21. TRAIN'S 112 M.P.H.

    The London and North-Eastern Railway's new streamlined train, the "Silver Jubilee," on portion of a trial journey from King's ...

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  22. Britain is Using More Empire Butter

    THE proportion of Empire butter imported into Britain for the 1934-35 season was the largest on record. At 57 per cent. it compared with 53 per cent in 1933-34 and a little more than 40 per cent. ...

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  23. ABYSSINIAN CRISIS.

    CANBERRA, Sunday. — Outspoken speeches are expected when the House of Representatives this week resumes the debate on the Abyssinian crisis, ...

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  24. MELBOURNE - SYDNEY.

    SYDNEY, Sunday. —Cr. Darwin, of Melbourne. yesterday completed the last stage of his Melbourne-Sydney barrow push, from Newtown to the G.P.O. ...

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  25. PORT AUGUSTA-RED HILL RAILWAY.

    CANBERRA, Sunday. — Although South Australia estimates a loss of revenue of 60,000 a year by the construction of the Port Augusta-Red Hill ...

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  26. WOMAN FATALLY INJURED.

    SYDNEY, Sunday. — Falling 40 feet into Brougham Lane yesterday from the top floor of the Darlinghurst Hotel, Maisie Jones (30), of Young, was ...

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  27. Boy Buried Alive.

    SYDNEY, Sunday. — Buried alive at Greta early yesterday, William Valentino (14) was not missed until 7.30 p.m. His body was recovered six ...

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  28. CAR OUT OF CONTROL.

    MELBOURNE, Sunday. — Out of control, a car knocked down a police constable on point duty in Flemington Road yesterday evening, then crashed ...

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  29. BOY BANDITS.

    MELBOURNE, Sunday. — Jack Mullens (13), a newsboy, of North Melbourne, was selling papers in Abbotsford street yesterday evening when two ...

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  30. WOMAN KNOCKED THROUGH PLATEGLASS WINDOW.

    MELBOURNE, Sunday.— While standing near the plateglass window of a fruiterer's shop at St. Kilda yesterday, Mrs. Doris Salman was struck by ...

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  31. MEMEL ELECTIONS.

    LONDON, Saturday.—The "Times' " correspondent at Berlin says that the Italian, French and British Ambassadors informed Baron von Neurath, the ...

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  32. VAN CRASHES INTO WRECKAGE.

    MELBOURNE, Sunday. — Late tonight it was reported that James Guthrie, son of Senator Guthrie, was still in a critical condition at the bush ...

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  33. "Nature's Restoratives" Urged For Parliamentarians.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—The 53rd convention of the Women's Christian Temperance Union passed a resolution urging that the liquor bar Parliament ...

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  34. New Air Service to Broken Hill.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—Using a new Gannett monoplane, which, when completed soon at Mascot, will be the largest aeroplane built in Australia, ...

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  35. CHILD IN SHEEP DIP.

    ADELAIDE, Sunday. — The 12- months-old daughter of Harold Baggs,. of Mt. Pleasant, was yesterday found floating in a sheep dip tank in which ...

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  36. TRAMS IN COLLISION.

    SYDNEY, Sunday. — A conductor named Truckel suffered severe shock when a tram containing a number of passengers ran down an decline at ...

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  37. Horse Ate Tail of 'Plane.

    SYDNEY, Sunday. — When a Codock plane landed at Young yesterday, a horse ate sufficient of the tail fabric to prevent the machine from continuing to ...

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  38. New Zeppelin May Visit Australia.

    MELBOURNE, Sunday.—Late next month or early in November a big airship similar to the Graf Zeppelin will make a trial flight from Holland to ...

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  39. ADDITIONAL FEDERAL MINISTER.

    CANBERRA, Sunday.—A Ministers of State Bill, to increase the number of Federal Ministers from nine to tan, and provide for the salary of the extra ...

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  40. PERFECT FORMATION OF FIGHTING 'PLANES.

    A PERFECT FORMATION by speedy Hawker Demon of the Royal Australian Air Force, over Laverton (Vic) when they were practising manoeuvres, which will be featured displays in South an Western ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  41. AN ANCIENT CAR.

    ADELAIDE, Sunday. — Records are not likely to be broken by A. C. Win-mall, a young Adelaide motorist, who oft for Melbourne at 7 a.m. to-day' in ...

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  42. FIVE FIRMS RAIDED.

    MELBOURNE, Sunday. — Risking their lives clambering over slippery iron roofs in the darkness, thieves raided live city firms during Friday night. ...

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  43. Amalgamated Wireless To Instal First Radio Beacon.

    Wireless (Australasia) Ltd. is negotiating for a site near the Mascot aerodrome on which to install, at its own expense, the first radio beacon in ...

    Article : 60 words
  44. Stricter Control of Patent Medicine Sales.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—Strictor control of patent medicine sales will be provided in an amending pharmacy bill being prepared by the Minister for ...

    Article : 48 words
  45. Canadian Trade Pact With U.S.

    WINNIPEG, Saturday. — Negotiations for a trade pact with the United States are now under consideration. It will mean lessening the payment on ...

    Article : 58 words
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