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KING EDWARD AS A GOLFER - BUILDING UP NEW ZEALAND'S AIR FORCE - COAL MINE TRAGEDY IN QUEENSLAND.

Above:: Three Vildebeest bombers, the latest addition to the Royal New Zealand Air Force, in formation flight

over Auckland Harboui.

At left: An informal study of the King discussing a round of golf, which was published in the United States with a

glowing account of the new King's good fellowship.

At Tight: Scaling off the danger stone after an explosion in the Blackstone coal mine, near Ipswich. Queensland,

had entombed and killed four men on Saturday.

Above, from left: Master R. Bedford. Miss Mar- garet Petersen, Master William Barclay and Miss Mollie Whitney, who took part in the Empire good- will broadcast from sta-

tion 2BL yesterday.

At Tight: A mast 500 feet high, surmounted by an "umbrella" 60 feet in diameter-the first of its kind in Australia-is a feature of the new National regional station, 2NR, erected at Law-

rence, near Grafton.

Women undergraduates are taking an active part in this year's students' festival at Sydney University. The ballet of the

students' revue is here shown rehearsing.

DR. A. W. AVERILL.

PROF. J. R. ELDER.

The Archbishop of New Zealand (Dr. Averill) arrived by the Monterey, and Professor Elder, Professor of History at Otago University, New Zealand, by the Monowai to attend the Bishop

Broughton Centenary celebrations.

1 hose who attended a conference at the Department of Labour and Industry to arrange a safety first campaign in factories. Back row, from left: Messrs. G. R. Burlinson. H. J.

Bartlett, T. Gordon Bennet, H. Learoyd, W. C. Myhill, C. J. Billemore, and F. Burgess. Front row, from lefl : Messrs. H. Gordon Be nnett, F. H. Cork, the Minister for Labour

(Mr. Dunningham). Messrs. F. Walton, N. Mc Alpine, and L. R. Weldon.

MR. C. H. HOLMES.

BARON von STEC1IOW

Baron von Stechow, who is the new Vice-Consul for Germany in Sydney, and Mr. Holmes, direc-

tor of the Australian National Travel Associa-

tion, ai rived yesterday by the Montere3'.

I HISTORIC WINDSOR GAOL, WHICH IS NOW IN THE HANDS OF DEMOLISHERS. I

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