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  4. WORLD BULLETINS

    MELBOURNE.—Jimmy, the orangoutang, an outstanding animal "personality" at the Melbourne Zoo, has died. Jimmy had suffered for days ...

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  5. HUGE HOLIDAY CROWDS

    Allowing for its profound religions significance, Easter time is holiday time, and dds year again we find a heavy exodus of holiday-makers from the city to beaches, the hills and other places where one can enjoy a change of atmosphere and a ...

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  6. THEY ENJOYED THEIR HOT CROSS BUNS

    Hie time-honored custom of hot cross buns for Easter was fully observed by this party of boys, who are evidently greatly enjoying themselves. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. Rebel Raiders Active in Spain

    Rebel planes have been active on varions fronts in Spain, but three machines, one piloted by a German, were brought down in a raid on the suburbs of Madrid. Successes are claimed by Government forces in the south, ...

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  8. A CATALAN CRISIS

    It is officially announced that a crisis has developed in the Government, which President Louis Companys says will probably be ...

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  9. COMPANY HITS BACK

    "The Government's case is pure 'Alica in Wonderland,'" said Mr. Stokes, managing director of Ransomes and Rapier Ltd., referring ...

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  10. EUROPE'S WAR FEVER

    SYDNEY.—This arresting reference to the situation in Europe was made at a Commercial Travellers' luncheon by Mr. E. Harrison, M.H.R. Australia, he ...

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  11. PARDONS FOR SENTENCED MEN

    On Good Friday, General Franco pardoned 16 men who had been sentenced to death. ...

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  12. VESSELS BOMBED

    An insurgent squadron comprising three Junkers and four Fiats fiercely bombed non-combatant vessels at Port Musel, near Gijon, in the north ...

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  13. BIG CAPTURES CLAIMED

    Insurgents counter-attacked loyalists west of Poroblaneo, where they claim to have defeated an attempt to relieve the beleaguered ...

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  14. PILL KING'S HOBBY

    LONDON.—Sir Thomas Beecham, whose family fortune is founded on pills and who has done much to revive music is trying to restore the one-time ...

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  15. A GERMAN CONTINGENT

    A communique alleges that Germany has sent 50 militarily trained railwaymen, including engineers and telegraphists, believed to be the ...

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  16. THE NAVY'S RUM

    As the outcome of a review of service conditions, the Admiralty has approved of a stronger rum issue for the navy "as an experiment for one ...

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  17. TO INQUIRE INTO YOUTH PROBLEMS

    The Crown Solicitor, who has been, appointed by State Cabinet as a Royal Commissioner to inquire into and report upon the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  18. ITALIAN CAPTURES

    It is officially announced that the following weapons were captured or surrendered in Abyssinia since the outbreak of the war:—170,795 rifles ...

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  19. THREE PLANES BROUGHT DOWN

    Insurgents made a night raid on Madrid suburbs and numerous other towns. Three raiders were brought down. ...

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  20. DUKE OF WINDSOR'S MOVEMENTS

    Elaborate police provisions have been made to protect the Duke of Windsor from disturbance after his arrival from Hausappesbach. ...

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  21. HE BROUGHT TEARS

    PARIS.—In Marseilles, Jean Guery defended a client so movingly that the judges broke into tears and looked like acquitting the client, but sentenced ...

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  22. ITALY GIVES ASSURANCES

    According to the diplomatic writer of the "Daily Telegraph," Italy has given Britain renewed assurances that she will not send any ...

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  23. RECEIVING ORDER AGAINST COMEDIAN

    A receiving order has been filed against the comedian Barry Lupino, "whose present address the creditor is unable to ascertain." ...

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  24. THE DOG KNEW

    CLEVELAND.—A Cleveland (Ohio) Wife complained that her night club manager husband never got home at nights. In fact, their dog, thinking him ...

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  25. TROOP TRAIN DESTROYED

    The Government claims to have completely destroyed an insurgrent troop train which was derailed by sabotage when crossing a bridge on the ...

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  26. HAPPY HOLIDAY FACES

    The Swan River was a popular rendezvous for hundreds of people yesterday. This party on one of the steamers set out for an enjoyable day under perfect conditions. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  27. READY FOR THEIR FIRST ENCAMPMENT

    Members of the newly-formed Scottish Regiment in Perth ready to depart for this first camp, being held at Rottnest. Uniforms for the regiment have not yet been made. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  28. SELLS HIS BATHWATER

    BOMBAT.—Part of the income of India's Aga Khan, spiritual head of 100,000,000 Ismaelian Mohammedans, comes from the sale of his daily bath ...

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  29. EDWARD GETS IT BOTH WAYS

    The propagandists, whoever they are, seem to be out to "get" the one-time idolised Edward. Based on the rule "If we don't ...

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  30. RUNNING BEER

    COPENHAGEN.—Just completed is an hotel piped for beer as well as water, which can advertise running beer in all rooms. Complaint was ...

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  31. YOUTHFUL AMERICAN BRIDES

    WASHINGTON. — In Washington. D.C., the American Youth Commission declared that a survey made in Maryland showed that of 6642 young women ...

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  32. Women are Taboo!

    Believe it or not, women are taboo from City Connell receptions. That is the dictum laid down by those responsible for the administration of the city's affairs. ...

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  33. UNWANTED WIVES

    A gang, which allegedly specialises in the murder of unwanted wives, has been arrested at Kielce on 20 charges. The police state that husbands who ...

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  34. BEAUTIFUL ITALIAN VILLA

    The Milan correspondent of the "Times" states that Mrs. Simpson is reported to be leasing the Villa Rosa, one of the most charming homes at ...

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  35. GOOD FRIDAY IN SPAIN

    A Goad Friday sermon, preached in the cathedral, was broadcast to the trenches, where loudspeakers carried it both to ...

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  36. A LONE MIGRANT

    The only native who ever left Tristan Da Cunha. Donald Glass, has died in a London hospital. Mr. Irvine Gane, secretary of the ...

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  37. TRIBUTE TO REBEL LEADER

    The "Times" pays a tribute to General Franco's improvement of economic conditions in Seville, where, despite war's uncertainties, exports are ...

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  38. "SLIGHTLY INSANE"

    NEW YORK.—Sasha Culbertson, the famed singer and violinist who may tour Australia next year, has this to cay of society's most popular game of ...

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  39. EDITOR SHOOTS EDITOR

    At Alturas, California, Harry French (30), editor of the "Plain Dealer," entered, the home of Claude McCracken (50), editor of the Medoc "Country ...

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  40. CORONATION CONTINGENT

    The Australian Coronation contingent is enjoying leave until Tuesday. Many are visiting relatives in the United Kingdom and others went to ...

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  41. CHAMPION IN ACTION

    (Australian woman singles champion in action at King's Park yesterday. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  42. ANCIENT TUNES

    NEW YORK.—Workers codifying the laws of Knoxville, Tenn., discovered an unrepeated ordinance of 1893 making it a misdemeanor to sing or ...

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  43. VISIT TO RUSSIA REFUSED

    The Socialist Party secretariat has announced that Russia has refused a permit to Norman Thomas to visit that country next summer. The ...

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  44. NO HOLIDAY FOR THIS MAN

    Milkmen are about the only toliers who did not get at least one holiday this Easter. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  45. A FILM DISPUTE

    Constance Bennett has lodged a suit against Gaumont British Pictures for 65,000 dollars for breach of contract. Only two pictures wherein she acts ...

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  46. TROUBLES NEVER COME SINGLY

    The owners of this upturned truck are honey producers. They lost all their bees in the recent disastrous fires in the Denmark area, and were taking the remnants of their product to market when the truck capsized in Cranbrook on Thursday evening, thus creating further ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  47. DITCHED TWICE

    CHICAGO.— An automobile driven by Charles Odle of Benton, Ill., skidded on an icy sidewalk and plunged into a creek. Odle swam ashore. Millard ...

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  48. THE LINDBERGHS RETURNING

    Colonel and Mrs. Lindbergh have left for England and will spend the night at Gwadir. ...

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  49. THE JURY AGREED

    NEW YORK.—After delivering three verdicts in the Supreme Court in Utica, N.Y., the foreman addressed Justice James Cross. "You ...

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  50. CRIMEA'S VETERAN NURSE

    At Colma, California. Minerva Hartman (104), a civil war nurse and companion of Florence Nightingale in the Crimea, was burned to death in a ...

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  51. IN THE EVENT OF AGGRESSION

    An italo-Jugoslav treaty of friendship has been signed stipulating, with respect to frontiers, that, in the event of aggression against one party the ...

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  52. GYMNASTICS FOR PLANTS

    CHICAGO.—A course of gymnastic training has developed sickly plants into husky ones at the University of minois. Prof. W. E. Burge exercises ...

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