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  4. AUSTRO-GERMAN PACT IS SIGNED

    HERR HITLER made another of his dramatic week-end coups last night, when the Austrian Chancellor, Dr. Kurt Schuschnigg, broadcasting from Vienna, and Dr. Paul Joseph Goebbels, ...

    Article : 869 words
  5. Germany Eliminates Yugoslavia

    GERMANY will be Australia's opponent in the interzone Davis Cup final at Wimbledon on July 18. 20 and 21. ...

    Article : 261 words
  6. Not Only In League--Union, Too !

    Terry Brown (Q.) steps out in the Rugby Union interstate match at the S.C.G. lost Saturday as a N.S.W. man tackles him. But, on the left. "Bimbo" White (N.S.W. captain) and Gordon Bennett (Queensland captain) appear to be indulging in mutual illegal interference. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. CAVALCADE OF THE WEEK-END

    Direct from Hollywood, Victor Jory reached Sydney by the Niagara on Saturday to star in Columbia's new picture, "Rangle River," ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 130 words
  8. AIR RACE FOR THE KING'S CUP

    THE King's Cup air race was won by Charles Gardner in a Percival Vega Gull machine, at an average speed of 164.5 ...

    Article : 261 words
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  10. Nearly In Jaws Of Death

    A SEVEN-FOOT shark, believed to be a grey nurse, shattered the accepted opinion of most surfers that sharks ...

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  11. Release Of Our Cruisers

    AS exclusively announced in "The Labor Daily" on Saturday, H.M.A.S. Sydney and Australia are to leave Alexandria on Tuesday for ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  13. RADIO BAN IN ABYSSINIA

    WITH regard to the announcement that General Grazlani has issued a decree restricting the use of all save the Italian Government ...

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  14. SALE OF FAMOUS ART COLLECTION

    THE sale of the famous art collection of the late Henry Oppenheimer began at Christie's yesterday, when his drawings by old masters ...

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  15. NAVAL PROMOTIONS

    IN accordance with his Majesty's wishes, Admiral Sir John Kelly, first and principal naval aide-decamp to the King, has been selected ...

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  16. NEW PROPERTIES FOR NATION

    NEW properties acquired for the nation by the National Trust during the past year, according to the annual report, issued yesterday, ...

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  17. ALLEGED ATTACK WITH SPEARS

    DARWIN, Sunday. Three aborigines, Brumby, Jack, and Bob, arrived by train from Willeroo Station. They have been ...

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  18. FLIGHT ABANDONED

    LORD SEMPILL, who left Hanworth Aerodrome with three companions in an attempt to fly to Melbourne in less than 70 flying ...

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  19. STOP PRESS

    At an early hour this morning police were still searching for the men who were in the stolen car which knocked down and injured ...

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  20. £10,000 GIFT

    AN anonymous gift of £10,000 towards the general support of London hospitals has been received by King Edward's Hospital Fund. ...

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  21. Ship Is Struck By Lightning

    DURING the exceptionally severe storm which broke over the Sussex coast on Friday, lightning struck the pleasure steamer Brighton Belle, and ...

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  22. BRITISH TREASURY BILLS

    THE total amount applied for in tenders for £50,000,000 Treasury Bills was £76,605,000. The maximum amount was allotted in bills at ...

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  23. SIR SIDNEY BARTON

    THE KING, at Buckingham Palace, yesterday invested Sir Sidney Barton, British Minister at Addis Ababa, with the insignia of the ...

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