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  2. STORY OF THE SEA.

    LONDON, Thursday.—A Rodriguez message says:—A story of the sea, like a chapter of romance, is told by Captain Foster, of the illfated Trevessa. He ...

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  3. TIMBER FAMINE.

    LONDON, Thursday.—"Quite" apart from the question of the provision of timber for war purposes it is evident from the measures adopted in other countries that there exists ...

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  4. "DISTINCTLY ENCOURAGING."

    SYDNEY, Friday.—Owing to the Royal Show being held too early in the season to make a representative display of cotton possible, two classes are provided at the ...

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  5. ITALIAN SCANDAL.

    ROME, Thursday.—The scandals which have come out with regard to the sale of war materials continue to occupy public attention, in spite of Signor Mussolini's appeal ...

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  6. THE RAILWAYS.

    SYDNEY, Friday.—At the official luncheon of the Sydney sheep show to-day the guests included the Governor, Sir Walter Davidson, the Minister for Lands and the ...

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  7. WOMAN'S DEATH

    SYDNEY, Friday.—Attempted blackmail was alleged by a witness at the inquest held at Burwood to-day into the death of Grace Smith (24). ...

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  8. TICK AREA.

    SYDNEY, Friday.—Mr. George Nesbitt, M.L.A., has received the itinerary of the Minister for Agriculture's forthcoming visit to the tick quarantine area. It is as ...

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  9. BRITISH LABOUR.

    LONDON, Thursday.—,Thc Labour confeVence with a few dissentients adopted the resolution of the executive in.favour of a capitsil levy, and urging the Labour mem ...

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  10. ASSESSMENT OUTCRY.

    LONDON, Friday.—Startling increases in assessments were mentioned by Lord Ask with, who presided at a meeting of the National Citizens' Union to protest against ...

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  11. NORTHERN TERRITORY.

    MELBOURNE, Friday—In the House of Representatives to-day Mr. Bruce told Mr. Yates that he had given no promise to anyone to deal with the north-south railway in ...

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  12. IRISH IMMIGRANTS.

    MELBOURNE, Friday.—Surprise was expressed in official circles at the announcement contained in a cable message from London that the Commonwealth was ...

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  13. BUTTER TRADE.

    MELBOURNE, Friday.—Astonishment was caused among representatives of the dairying industry when advice was received from the comptroller-general of Customs, that it ...

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  14. MARTIN PLACE EXTENSION.

    SYDNEY, Friday.—The Lord Mayor stated to-day that the council was already getting out plans for the resumption in connection with the Martin Place extension scheme. ...

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  15. "HIGH AND GLORIOUS."

    LONDON, Thursday.—The "Times" in a leading article says that the name of Captain Foster, of the Trevessa, will stand high and glorious in the roll of British sea ...

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  16. THE "GOLD CROSS."

    LONDON, Friday.—the Gold Cross of The Order of Good Domestic Servants" is the latest brightest idea submitted at the servants' inquiry. It is the invention of ...

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  17. BORSTAL SYSTEM.

    LONDON, Friday.—Mr. Edward Shortt, K.C., formerly Home Secretary, defended the Borstal System at a meeting of the Central Discharged. Prisoners' Aid Society. ...

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  18. MORE SURVIVORS ARRIVE.

    LONDON, Friday.—The second boat with the remaining 16 survivors from the Trevessa has arrived at Mauritius. ...

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  19. THE LABOUR ALDERMEN.

    SYDNEY, Friday.—Mr. Willis, President of the A.L.P., interviewed to-day concerning the merits of the Martin place extension scheme, declined to make any comment ...

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  20. EXODUS TO AMERICA.

    LONDON, Friday.—During the past few months emigration from Southern Ireland to the United States has shown a marked increase. ...

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  21. TRAIN THEFTS.

    NEW YORK. Friday.—A rather lurid light has been thrown on the ways of travellers in America in appropriating the property of the Pullman Company, says the New York ...

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  22. VALUE OF CAPITAL.

    LONDON, Friday.—"Under whatever system of production, whether capitalistic, Communistic, or Socialistic, capital will be required in ever increasing quantities," said ...

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  23. THE SENATE.

    The Senate passed the Supply Bill through all stages, and adjourned till Wednesday after complimentary references to the re tiring Senators, especially Senators Keating ...

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  24. MORE HOPEFUL BASIS.

    SYDNEY, Friday.—The Treasurer, Sir Arthur Cocks, returned to Sydney to-day from Melbourne. It is understood that the conditions which he secured from the Federal ...

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  25. FRENCH AIR SERVICE.

    LONDON, Thursday.—The French Chamber has voted 212,000,000 francs for air service purposes. The vote has been endorsed by the Senate. ...

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  26. BARRIER REEF.

    BRISBANE, Friday.—Amongst the arrivals by the Wyandra from North Queensland to-day were Dr. C. Richards, of Queenslaud University, and Mr. C. Hedley, of ...

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  27. EXCITEMENT IN A TRAIN.

    SYDNEY, Friday.—There was great excitement at Strathfield to-day. When the Melbourne express drew in to the station detectives who had received word from ...

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  28. FARMERS' CREDIT.

    LONDON, Friday.—The Minister for Agriculture, speaking at a meeting of the Council of Agriculture at Middlesex said that, although the proposal of long-term mortgage ...

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  29. NOTE OUTPUT.

    LONDON, Thursday.—The Berlin correspondent of the "Times" states that the Germa note circulation is now thirteen million million marks. Last week alone added ...

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  30. "DESPERATE AND DANGEROUS."

    SYDNEY, Friday.—The Acting Premier (Mr. Oakes) stated to-night that press reports regarding the Communist party's intrigue to capture the Labour party and then ...

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  31. MASONIC COLLEGE TRUST.

    SYDNEY, Friday.—Before Mr. Justice Street in the Equity Court to-day an originating summons was made asking that the Charles Kolling Masonic College trust be ...

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  32. "ACT OF AGGRESSION."

    LONDON, Friday.—The Labour conference has passed a resolution welcoming amalgamation with the Second International and the Vienna International. ...

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  33. WOMAN NAVIGATOR.

    LONDON, Friday.—Misfortune follows the motor-barge Flame, the only British coasting vessel owned, captained, and navigated by a woman. ...

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  34. "AUSTRALIA SQUEEZED OUT!"

    MUDGEE, Friday.—Referring to the decision of the British Government to accept American tenders for its meat supplies, the Mayor of Cudgegong, Alderman Oram, ...

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  35. THE CONVERSION LOAN.

    MELBOURNE, Friday.—Dr. Page announced in the House of Representatives that only £17,200,000 had been subscribed as the result of the conversion loan, leaving ...

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  36. NEW STATE MOVEMENT.

    MELBOURNE, Friday.—The Prime Minister (Mr. Bruce) has agreed to receive a New State deputation next week, when Mr. V. C. Thompson, M.H.R., general secretary ...

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  37. LINERS IN DOCK.

    NEW YORK, Thursday. — The liners Olympic and Saxonia and the French liner Chicago have gone into dock, making 13 vessels with sealed liquors aboard. Only ...

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  38. AERO EXHIBITION.

    LONDON, Friday.—British hopes of taking a worthy part in the great International Aero Exhibition at Gothenburg, in Sweden, are approaching realisation. ...

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  39. STRUCK REEF.

    SYDNEY, Friday.—H.M.A.S. Geranium, while engaged in survey work in the Gulf of Carpentaria, struck a reef, and is making for port. ...

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  40. PATIENT'S COURAGE.

    NEW YORK, Friday.—A case of unusual courage on the part of a patient is reported. While under the influence of a local anaes- thetic at the Beth Israel Hospital, Henry ...

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  41. CHEAP FARES ON GERMAN STEAMER.

    SYDNEY, Friday.—The steamer Freiburg, the first German passenger ship to come to Australia since the war, arrived in Sydney to-day. The fares for a passage to Europe ...

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  42. SICKNESS ON THE MAKURA.

    AUCELAND, Friday.—During the time the passengers from the steamer Makura were quarantined a child developed suspic- ious symptoms, but was subsquently ...

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  43. HEAVY LOSS.

    BRISBANE, Friday.—A message from Charleville states that between 3000 and 4000 sheep of a flock of 18,000 were lost through the cold near Augathella last week ...

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  44. BRITISH SKIPS.

    LONDON, Thursday.—During debate in the House of Lords on the seizure of liquor on British ships, Lord Curzon declared that there was absolutely no chance of Great ...

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  45. NO CAUSE FOR ANXIETY.

    SYDNEY, Friday.—The naval secretary at Garden Island stated to-day that no later news of H.M.A.S. Geranium's plight had been received in Sydney. He did not ...

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  46. FILM BANNED.

    PRAGUE, Thursday.—After seeing the Steinach film dealing with tire problem of rejuvenation, the Czech Board of Censors have decided to forbid its exhibition. The ...

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  48. SAVINGS BANK FRAUD.

    PERTH, Friday.—In connection with the fraudulent entries in the State Savings Bank ledger, by which an attempt was made to defraud the bank of £875, the detectives ...

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  49. RECORD FROST.

    WELLINGTON (N.Z.), Friday.—Very cold weather is prevailing in the south. Christchurch registered a record frost of over 13 deg., followed by a bitter southerly gale. ...

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  50. QUEENSLAND POLITICS.

    BRISBANE, Friday.—It was stated today that Mr. McCormack takes Mr. Coyne's place as Minister for Lands, and Mr. Stopford will take office as Home Secretary. ...

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