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  2. Advertising

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  3. CITY FORECAST:

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 21 words
  4. PEAK TEMPERATURE 96.2 DEGREES Hottest Since February

    Yesterday was the hottest day in Sydney since February 19. It was also the hottest October day for four years. Influenced by strong north-west winds, ...

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  5. WINDSORS ARRIVE IN ENGLAND

    This "Herald" radio-picture shows the Duke and Duchess of Windsor arriving at Dover from France at the week-end. This is the first occasion on which the Duchess has been in England since 1939. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. TRAMS STOPPED AT MIDNIGHT City Transport Tied Up

    All tram and bus services in Sydney and Newcastle stopped at midnight last night for 24 hours. The decision of a meeting on Wednesday night ...

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  7. Rail Stoppage Threat In Two States

    There is a serious threat of a railway stoppage in North Queensland. South Australian railwaymen have decided upon a ...

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  8. BUSHFIRE RISK HIGH TO-DAY

    At 10.25 a.m. the wind velocity was 44 miles an hour, almost twice as fast as on Saturday, when the maximum temperature was 79.8 ...

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  9. S.A. Crops Suffer In Hot Winds

    ADELAIDE, Sunday.—Hot northerly winds, which blew a dust cloud over the greater part of South Australia at the week-end, ...

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  10. £9,000 IN WAGES LOSSES

    No trams or buses left depots tor all-night services last night. All services will be resumed after midnight to-night. ...

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  11. ANGLO-SOVIET CONTEST

    LONDON, Oct. 13 (A.A.P).— Britain and Russia have entered upon a strange pre-election competition in Berlin, says the ...

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  12. Longer Mine Holidays: Owners Protest

    Coal costs would be "enormously increased" as the result of a new award which gives sick leave and three weeks' annual holiday to coalminers throughout Australia, mineowners' representatives said last night. ...

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  13. JEWS RUN TO RELATIVES

    Sixty Jewish refugees who arrived on the s.s. Yunnan from Hong Kong yesterday defied Customs officers and went to waiting ...

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  14. CHINESE ARMY SUCCESS

    NEW YORK, Oct. 13 (A.A.P.). —The Chinese Nationalist Army yesterday captured Kalgan, an important centre in Chahar, which ...

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  15. Queensland Trains In Smash: Three Passengers Hurt

    BRISBANE, Sunday.—An excursion train from Emu Park ran into a mixed train bound for Mackay, about 100 yards from ...

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  16. HITS AT MINISTER CHEERED

    All speakers were critical of the Minister for Transport, Mr. O'Sullivun, and attacks' on him were applauded loudly. ...

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  17. MR. WALLACE IN NEW ROLE

    WASHINGTON, Oct. 13 (A.A.P.).—Mr. Henry Wallace, former Secretary for Commerce, announced that he has accepted the ...

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  18. £1,500 Test Competition For Hospital

    Entries in the Children's Hospital Test match competition received by October 26 ...

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  19. MAN SHOT AT NORTH SYDNEY

    A man, suffering from a bullet wound, was admitted to the Mater Misericordiae Hospital, North Sydney, at 2 o'clock this morning. ...

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  20. DECISION BY MOSLEMS

    LONDON, Oct. 13 (A.A.P.).— The Reuters correspondent at New Delhi says that the Moslem League has agreed to co-operate with the ...

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  21. Long Flight To Sydney With Sick Boy

    BRISBANE, Sunday.—A 1,000mile trans-ocean mercy dash by air from the New Hebrides brought an unconscious seven-year-old boy to ...

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  22. SUMMARY OF TO-DAY'S NEWS

    TRANSPORI STRIKE.—Sydney and Newcastle trams and buses stopped at midnight for 24 hours. Only 30 members voted against ...

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  23. Eat More Bread, Less Tinned Goods, Britons Told

    LONDON, October 13.—The Minister for Food, Mr. John Strachey, announced to-day that bread ration point units, which ...

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  24. Workers May Lose Day's Pay Because Of Strike

    Most employers are under no legal obligation to pay employees prevented from reporting for work to-day because of the tram and ...

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  25. COMMUNIST PAPER BANNED

    LONDON, Oct. 13 (A.A.P.).— The Dutch Minister for War, Lieutenant-Colonel Fievez, has banned the Communist newspaper ...

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  26. GEN. STILWELL DEAD

    SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 13 (A.A.P.).—General J. W. Stilwell, former United States commander in China, India, and Burma, died ...

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  27. U.S. NAVAL BASE AT NAPLES

    ROME, Oct. 13 (A.A.P.).— According to the newspaper "Messagero," the United States Mediterranean Fleet will in future ...

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