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  2. GENERAL CABLE NEWS

    Prat when arrested confessed that he meant to go to Tunis to kiss his five-year-old daughter and then commit suicide. He had in his ...

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  3. NATIONAL DEBT SINKING FUND

    The national debt sinking fund, which was established in 1923 is proving to be of material assistance in the redemption of Commonwealth ...

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  4. JAPANESE WARSHIPS

    Fifteen hundred young sailors of Japan lined the decks of the vessels of the Japanese training squadron as they berthed at Port Melbourne ...

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  5. INTERNATIONAL MATTERS

    Samuel Colcourd, of New York, has urged Mr. Kellogg to extend the scope of the pending multilateral outlawry of war pact by ...

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  6. A MURDEROUS ATTACK

    Jealousy is said to be the motive of the murderous attack with a razor and hammer upon Mrs. Isabella McDonnell (50), wife of ta ...

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  7. BATHERS ALARMED

    Hundreds of bathers of both sexes were disporting themselves, in brilliant sunshine, on the Lido, the popular Venetian watering place, ...

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  8. MR. T. WALSH'S CONVERSION.

    Discussing the letter he received from Mr. Tom Walsh, condemning the operations of the Third International in Australia, through the ...

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  9. CHINESE CIVIL WAR

    Questions bearing on the various phases of the situation in China were answered in Parliament to-day by Sir Austen Chamberlain. He ...

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  10. CHURCH ASSEMBLY OPENS

    The Church Assembly opens to-day. The Primate will announce the recommendations of the bishop's conference in view of the rejection ...

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  11. RHINELAND EVACUATION

    Sir Austen Chamberlain was ask-ed in the House of Commons to-day whether, in view of the Polish Mini-ster's recent declaration that future ...

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  12. SCENE IN DAIL EIREANN

    "You are a damned party hack and a mean skunk," shouted the Republican member Mr. Frank Aitken, addressing the Speaker of the Dail ...

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  13. CAPITAL PUNISHMENT

    At a meeting of the Council of Churches this afternoon the following motion was carried:—"That this council shares the growing ...

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  14. AVIATION AFFAIRS

    Forced down by engine trouble in a tempestuous sea west of Bardsey Island the crew of four of a R.A.F. two-engined seaplane sent out ...

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  15. SICKNESS ON DUTCH BOAT

    A suspicious case of sickness has occurred on board the new Dutch passenger steamer Nieuw Zeeland, which is making her maiden voyage ...

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  16. LIVED BEYOND HIS MEANS

    Alfred Henry Warnock (38), company manager, on remand ap-peared in the Police Court to-day before Mr. N. L. Archdall, Chief ...

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  17. FRENCH GOVERNMENT

    A meeting of Radical Socialists has decided to suport a vote of confidence in the Prime Minister. (M. Poincare) to-day, provide dthe ...

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  18. CRASH IN CHURCHYARD.

    While divine service was in progress an aeroplane crashed in a corner of the Clifton churchyard. The congregation were unaware of ...

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  19. GERMAN POLITICS

    The Socialist leader Herr Herman Mueller has submitted to President Hindenblrg the following "Cabinet of Personalities" to serve until replaced by a party coalition: ...

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  20. NEW SOUTH WALES FINANCES

    The State's financial year closed on Saturday but the Treasury will not be able to disclose the financial position until to-morrow. It is ...

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  21. SAMOAN TROUBLE

    The Mandates Commissions report on Samoa condemns in the strongest fashion Nelson's activities, but considers that, the ...

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  22. GIFT TO BREMEN FLYERS.

    The Hamburg-America line will give free passes for life on any of the company's ships to the Bremen trans-Atlantic flyers. ...

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  23. DULWICH HILL MURDER

    On the recommendation of the Commissioner of Police, Mr. James Mitchell, the Government will offer a reward of £500 for information ...

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  24. NON-STOP FLIGHT.

    Nine Italian fighting planes flew in formation from Rome to Hornchurch, Essex, traversing the Alps, a non-stop flight of 1000 miles. They ...

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  25. DONETZ TRIAL

    To-day at the trial of the three Germans and 50 Russians who rere arrested in March last on charges of sabotage in the coal mines of the ...

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  26. STUNT FLYER KILLED.

    M. Fronval, a great stunt aviator, who on February 25 claimed the world record for looping the loop when he made 1111 consecutive loops ...

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  27. CANBERRA LIQUOR POLL

    Whatever stand in regard to the introduction of liquor is taken by residents of the Federal. Capital Territory at the poll on September ...

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  28. CAR SMASHED TO PIECES

    Pushing a stout wooden lamp standard out of (the ground and somersaulting, up hill, a distance of 50 feet a powerful touring car was ...

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  29. CHINESE COMMUNISTS

    The Riga correspondent of "The Tinres" states that the Third International is organising a "Chinese Assistance Fortnight" with the aim ...

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  30. FURTHER FIGHTING LIKELY

    There are indications that the fighting in North China has not finished, for two reasons. The first is that the Northerners are unable ...

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  31. PACIFIC FLIGHT ABANDONED.

    The aeroplane with which it was intended to attempt a trans-Pacific flight was found, when finally tested, to be unsatisfactory, as its ...

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  32. BARWON DOWNS MYSTERY

    As a result of a search made following the discovery of a human skull near Hayden Brothers' mill at Barwon Downs recently the ...

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  33. COMMISSIONERSHIP OF POLICE

    The "Daily Chronicle" says that Sir William Horwood is resigning the commissionership of the metropolitan police, but states that the ...

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  34. VICTORIAN LABOUR SENATE BALLOT

    A dispute has arisen concerning the result of the ballot recently held by the Victorian Labour Party to select three candidates to contest ...

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  35. AUTHOR ENGAGED TO PRINCESS

    Benvenuto Hauptmann, son of Gerhardt Hauptmann, the veteran author, is engaged to Princess Elizabeath Schumburglippe, one of ...

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  36. TROUBLED GREECE

    The Prime Minister (M. Zaimis) will to-day tender the Governemnt's resignation. This is a sequel to the resignation of M. Cafandaris as ...

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  37. VISITING JAPANESE WARSHIPS

    A number of official calls were made by Vice Admiral Kobayahi and officers of the two visiting Japanese cruisers to-day, while more than ...

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  38. FOG IN SYDNEY HARBOUR

    The densest fog witnessed for many years enveloped the harbour this morning. Shipping activities were hampered for many hours and ...

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  39. FOOTBALL SUSPENSIONS

    The Football Association's suspensions, totalling 340 players, mostly working miners, and 61 officials throughout Durham is the biggest ...

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  40. A LUXURIOUS YACHT

    The remains of the luxurious motor yaeht Mirimar, the flagship or the Royal Motor Yacht Club, and owned by Mr. Stewart Doyle, were ...

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  41. THE PRIMATE

    The Archbishop of York (Dr.C. G. Lang), the Prime Minister (Mr. S. Baldwin), the Attorney-General (Sir Thomas Inskip), and the Rev. ...

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  42. JAPAN AND NEW ZEALAND

    It is reported that Mr. Tokugawa Japanese Consul-General in Sydney will shortly be promoted to Ottawa. The treaty of commerce with New ...

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  43. SEA COMMUNICATIONS

    Mr. Tom Walsh in a letter to Mr. Havelock Wilson attacks the "[?]eds." He says that the immediate aim of Moscow's propagandists is to make ...

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  44. UNEMPLOYED FOR SIX MONTHS

    Henry Rudland (35), of Secondavenue, Cheltensham, was found with his throat cut at Cheltenham this afternoon. There was a ...

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