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  • MOVE TO BUILD TENNIS COURT AT TREGEAGLE

    The possibility of establishing a public tennis court on Tregeagle Recreational Reserve was discussed at a special meeting of the Reserve ... [Article] (536 words)
  • U.S. ULTIMATUM TO RUSSIA URGED

    WASHINGTON, Tuesday (AAP)Representative Crawford (Republican, Michigan) told the ... [Article] (116 words)
  • R.S.L. ENDEAVOURS TO AWAKEN GOVT. ON HOUSING

    The Central Body of the R.S.L. is doing everything in its power to awaken the Government to the unsatisfactory way the housing ... [Article] (330 words)
  • Ley Appeals Against Death Sentence

    LONDON, Tuesday (AAP),—Thomas John Ley, a former Minister for Justice in N.S.W., gave notice of appeal yesterday against ... [Article] (54 words)
  • BETTER PRODUCTION SPREAD THIS YEAR

    Richmond butter production reached within 10 or 15 per cent of the district's normal output during the third week in February, ... [Article] (214 words)
  • M'BAH RAINFALL

    MURWILLUMBAH, Tuesday.—Over four feet of rain has fallen at Murwillumbah in the first three months of this year. This total for ... [Article] (119 words)
  • Webb Retains Canadian Lightweight Title

    MONTREAL, Tuesday (AAP).—Danny Webb (9.8½) retained the Canadian lightweight boxing championship by defeating Dave ... [Article] (50 words)
  • SOUTH AUSTRALIAN IS JUNIOR FARMER CHAMPION

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—One month's tour of New Zealand with all expenses paid by the Australian Broadcasting Commission was the prize awarded to-night to Austin Ninnes, a 20-year-old, 6 feet 4 inch agricultural ... [Article] (296 words)
  • Cycling W. WILLIAMS THIRD IN TITLE RACE

    ADELAIDE, Tuesday.—The biggest Australian cycling carnival yet organised, which was Relayed by rain on Saturday, took place at ... [Article] (84 words)
  • BALLINA "FOOD FOR BRITAIN" APPEAL

    BALLINA, Tuesday.—Because of heavy rain the "Food for Britain Appeal" meeting which was to have been held in the Council Chambers ... [Article] (78 words)
  • NATIONALIST GAINS IN CHINA

    PEIPING, Tuesday (AAP).—The Government announced that National forces have gained victories on two major fronts, capturing the ... [Article] (65 words)
  • OPEN INQUIRY INTO BRICKWORKS

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—The inquiry into transactions of the State brickworks is being held in public and open to the Press. It is being ... [Article] (134 words)
  • U.S. MANDATES WOULD GUARANTEE AUSTRALIAN SECURITY

    CHICAGO, Tuesday (AAP)—The United States by committing itself to prevent Soviet expansion has again insured Australia and the ... [Article] (114 words)
  • NAZIS RAN "DERBY" ON DEATH SENTENCES

    NUREMBERG, Tuesday (AAP)—There was a "derby" between Nazi special courts in Bavaria during the war to sentence political, ... [Article] (118 words)
  • British Composer Arrives

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—The British conductor and composer,. Warwick Braithwaite, reached Sydney by flying boat from England to-night. He ... [Article] (53 words)
  • Metal Trades Dispute Settlement Likely After Easter

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday.—A settlement of the Victorian metal trades dispute, which has been threatening to paralyse the ... [Article] (168 words)
  • PLANES ON TIME AT CASINO YESTERDAY

    CASINO, Tuesday.—In view of the heavy rain over the past two days, some surprise was felt when the New England Airways freight ... [Article] (172 words)
  • BLACK DESERT SURROUNDS ICELAND VOLCANO

    REYKJAVIK, Tuesday (AAP).—Mt. Hekla erupted with new force yesterday. Boiling lava streams from 12 to 15 feet wide crawled down ... [Article] (111 words)
  • Guilty of Manslaughter, Not Murder

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—Arthur Redvers Hayne 47, telegraphist, of Summer Hill, was found not guilty of having murdered his ... [Article] (88 words)
  • FOUNDER OF "THE ROCK" AT U.P.A. RALLY

    Rev. R. O'Donnell Finigan presided at a rally of Lismore members of the United Protestant Association. He was supported on the platform by ... [Article] (653 words)
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