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THE FEDERAL CAPITAL.
The New Canberra High School, for which tenders have just been let.
Stars of two sports : Miss Kay Stammers, the English tennis player, and Mr G. 0. Allen, captain of the Ust English cricket team to visit Australia, watching the fteht between Frank Hough (England) and Marcel Lauriot (France) at Earl'i Court, London.
There is nothing more desperate in China today than the plight of the refugee. Driven fron their homes by invading troops, their homes rased by flre and aerial bombardment, thousands are starving and suffering Uum. ejpoBure. Relief measures are proving ineffectual in the face of the gigantic demand for assistance. The above picture shows Chinese refugees quartered in aa unfinished building on Yu Ya-ching Road, International Settle ment, Shanghai.
Civilians ana soldiers alike are the victim? in the present conflict in China. Disposing of bodies of the fallen— a task that books no delay due to the fear of plague — is a problem which is sorely trying the Shanghai auth orities. The photo shows Chinese soldiers' and civilian coffins in a field in the Hungjao area, near Shanghai. Brought out from Shanghai for interment they are buried in lines In large common graves.
Honorary degrees were conferred at Sydney University on distinguished visitors to Australia. Left to right : Dr Hugh Dalton, Dame Maria Ogil vie Gordon, Mr Justice Halse Rogers (Chanc llor of the University), Earl de la Warr and Si a task that brooks no delay due to
Cardinal Hinsley, on his return from Rome, wher; he received his Red Hat from the Pope, received 300 of his clergy at the Bishop's House, West minster Cathedral, London, where he passed on to them the blessing from the Pope.