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MELBOURNE, December 3
In the Fedoral House of ReprcFontntivw? the Defence Bill and Prohibition of Exports Bill passed their third reading.
SYDNEY, December 3. During the debate on Dr Scheidel's appointment on the Wages Board it was alleged that he was acting as Kruppa' intermediary between metal buyers In Australia and Germany. He was acting aa German Consul and reporting on the deposits of scheelite and molybdenite. Dr Scheidol Is now en route for Germany. The Railways Department is testing tho Brennan third-rail scheme system with a view to solving the gauge problem. Rain is interrupting telegraphic communication. The secretary of the Labor Federation asserts that Mr Justice Heydon's recent judgment with regard to wages during the •war forecasts the end of arbitration.
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