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  • Advertising

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  • DISSENSION IN JAPAN Army's Fight for Axis Alliance CURRENCY SUPPORT, CHIEF ISSUE

    LONDON, August 9.—The struggle in Japan between the pro-Axis and anti-Axis sections has been renewed. The extremists, who want a military alliance with Italy and Germany, and the removal of British, French, and ... [Article] (1187 words)
  • AUGUST 26 IS SET FOR OPENING MACKAY HARBOUR

    MACKAY, Wednesday.—August 26 has been fixed for the opening of the outer harbour at Mackay. The supervising engineer (Mr. D. ... [Article] (163 words)
  • VALUABLE STOCK FROM SOUTH FOR EXHIBITION

    WALLANGARRA, Wednesday.—Stud cattle from the northern and northwestern districts of New South Wales for the Brisbane Exhibition, and stud ... [Article] (137 words)
  • CHEMIST FOR KURILPA Mr. J. P. Davies C.M.O. Choice POLL ON SEPT. 2

    Mr. J. P. Davies, well-known chemist and popular bowler, was chosen by the Citizens' Municipal Organisation last night in contest ... [Article] (263 words)
  • THE KING REVIEWS 133 SHIPS

    LONDON, August 9.—The extent of Britain's sea power was emphasised to-day Although the ships of the British Fleet are scattered in home and ... [Article] (374 words)
  • Danzig Situation

    DANZIG, August 9.—The leader of the Danzig Nazis, Herr Foerster, returned to Danzig to-day by air from Obersalzburg. He is to deliver an important speech to-morrow evening. ... [Article] (35 words)
  • Casket List To-morrow

    Golden Casket No. 593 will close this morning, and will be drawn as soon as possible after it closes. The official list of prize-winners will appear in The Courier-Mail to-morrow. ... [Article] (33 words)
  • DAILY FEATURES

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  • It Happens When The Circus Comes

    ... "Gee! That was funny." No entertainer could wish for a more appreciative audience ... [ILLUSTRATED] [Article] (65 words)
  • FEDERAL—STATE CLASH ON WHEAT Dispute On Financing Of Subsidy

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday. — The Prime Minister (Mr. Menzies) and State Premiers will meet here to-morrow in an attempt to solve ... [Article] (417 words)
  • Survey of Rural Industries

    CANBERRA, Wednesday.—Representatives of all Australian Governments are to undertake the most extensive survey ever made of ... [Article] (162 words)
  • IPSWICH GIRL BADLY BURNT Mother Also Injured

    IPSWICH, Wednesday. — Marcia Casey, 14, was severely burnt on the face, body, and arms when her dress caught on fire while she was ... [Article] (82 words)
  • TREVOR KELLY TO BE HANGED

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—The Executive Council to-night approved the recommendation of the State Cabinet that John Trevor Kelly, who is under ... [Article] (84 words)
  • Left £10,000 For Wedding Gifts For Poor Girls

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—Mr. Isaac Ochberg, Capetown diamond merchant, who died at sea 18 months ago, directed in his will that £10,000 should be set ... [Article] (92 words)
  • Golf, Says Expert, Is Most Dangerous Sport

    LONDON, August 8.—"Golfing is a most dangerous sport, there being more deaths from it because the elderly amateur goes but untrained," says Mr. Fred Dyer, a physical culture expert. Discussion on sporting risks has ... [Article] (177 words)
  • Policewomen's Search For Handbag Thieves

    Policewomen E. O'Donnell and Z. Dare proved their value yesterday in assisting to locate a woman thought responsible for thefts of handbags from women in city stores. ... [Article] (71 words)
  • OLYMPIC POOL FOR SOUTHPORT Council to Seek £5000 Loan

    SOUTHPORT, Wednesday.—By four votes to three, the minority being Aldermen J. R. Brown, J. W. Colvin, and R. W. Shelton, the ... [Article] (136 words)
  • NO ROOM FOR PASSENGERS Air Services From England

    LONDON, August 9.—Imperial Airways Ltd. announced to-day. — "Although the statements that all passengers services have been cancelled are ... [Article] (257 words)
  • SELLING FRUIT JUICES Minister's Plan

    In the hope that the fruit industry of Australia would be able to use the information to improve its market the Minister for Commerce (Senator ... [Article] (125 words)
  • HEAVY SNOW ON Drifts 6in. Deep

    Last night Wallangarra had its heaviest fall of snow since 1907, drifts 6 inches deep forming beside walls fences, and ... [Article] (389 words)
  • Another Record For Premier

    Another record in sight for the Premier (Mr. Forgan Smith)—the longest term as Premier of Queensland—was mentioned by the Chief Justice ... [Article] (102 words)
  • Advertising

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  • 10,000 Men Needed To Guard Hitler

    LONDON, August 9.—It is reported that Herr Hitler's projected visit to Hungary has been postponed indefinitely because ... [Article] (226 words)
  • BOY, 16, CHARGED WITH MURDER Remand Until Friday In Farmhouse Case

    Alter court proceedings, which lasted only a few minutes, the 16-year-old boy who has been charged with having wilfully murdered Iris Reta Grant ... [Article] (153 words)
  • INTER-STATE TEMPERATURES

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