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  3. Pacific Danger Spot Of World

    The doctors forbade General Smuts, who has been ill with influenza, to attend the inaugural meeting of the Institute of International Affairs today, ...

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  4. SHIP TWICE CALLS FOR HELP

    After having needlessly invoked the aid of the cruiser Australia on Saturday, early on Monday morning (New York time) the Seth Parker ...

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  5. MEAT NEGOTIATIONS

    Today's meeting of British and Dominion representatives to discuss the future of meat imports, achieved useful progress towards a long term ...

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  6. VIENNESE WOMAN TO BE HANGED

    The first woman to be sentenced to death under the special procedure introduced last year after the Socialist revolt, is Hilde Goessl, a Nazi, aged 19, ...

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  7. ENGLAND'S EGG AND POULTRY INDUSTRY

    In a report of the Reorganisation Commission for Eggs and Poultry issued today by the Minister of Agriculture, it is proposed that England and ...

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  8. NINE MEN TAKEN OFF

    The cruiser Australia which on Saturday answered a call for help from the American schooner Seth Parker, but found the ship to be in no distress, ...

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  9. PRODUCERS TO MEET MR. THORBY

    Representatives of primary producing industries will meet the Assistant Federal Minister (Mr. Thorby) to-day week to discuss marketing ...

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  10. MR. CHURCHILL

    Mr. Winston Churchill, M.P,, speaking on behalf of his son, Mr. Randolph Churchill, who is standing as an Independent Conservative in the Wavertree ...

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  11. SAAR REFUGEES

    In the House of Lords today, Lord Marley raised the question of Saar refugees. He said that 70,000 had been forced to take refuge in other ...

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  12. AMAZING POISONING

    Mrs. John Nagy, 72, a so-called arsenic witch, who was charged in company with six women and two men with having poisoned her next-of-kin ...

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  13. MYSTERY BOOK ABOUT KITCHENER'S DEATH

    There is a mystery about a book published in Germany by Ernst Carl, entitled. "One Against England," in which he claims to nave been ...

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  14. ARMED MEN RAID HOUSE IN IRELAND

    Four masked men entered a house at Edgworthstown, County Langsford, Ireland, rushed into the dining room and ordered the owner, Mr. Gerald ...

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  15. SIR THOMAS BAVIN TO RETURN SOON

    Sir Thomas Bavin, former Premier of New South Wales, will leave for Sydney in the Orama, probably from Toulon, on February 22. He told a ...

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  16. INDIA BILL

    At the close of a four days' debate in the House of Commons last night, the second reading of the Government of India Bill was carried, amid cheers ...

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  17. AUSTRALIAN SOCIETY

    A well-attended meeting at Australia House today inaugurated the Australian Society, of which 300 members have already been enrolled. The ...

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  18. "ERA OF PROTECTION OVER"

    "The Times," commenting on General Smut's address to the Institute of international Affairs at Cape Town, emphasises the fact that it is true of ...

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  19. CANNED FRUIT SELLING PROBLEM

    Although the Australian Canned Fruit Board sold practically the whole of last season's pack, trouble has arisen through two multiple firms buying ...

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  20. VISIT OF SALVATION ARMY LEADER

    General Evangeline Booth, the head of the Salvation Army will leave for Fremantle from Marseilles by the Mooltan on Friday next. ...

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  21. EGGS EXPORTED TO ENGLAND

    The Ministry of Agriculture's re-organisation commission for eggs and poultry recommends that all imported eggs should be marked on the shell ...

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  22. JAPANESE WRITER TO TOUR AUSTRALIA

    Toyohiko Kagawa, the noted writer, religionist, and Laborite, will sail by the Kitano Maru on Monday on a three months' lecture tour of Australia. ...

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