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  2. PETROL PIPE BROKEN.

    Hundreds of gallons of petrol escaped from a fractured pipeline alongside a Sydney wharf yesterday, and drained into the harbour, ...

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  3. VITAL STRIKE TALKS.

    Representatives of the striking mine workers, the Federal Labour leader, Mr. Curtin, and executive officers of the Australaisian Council of ...

    Article : 613 words
  4. HEAVY WEEK-END SHOWERS.

    Rainfall at Sydney during the weekend totalled more than during the first three months of the year, and between Friday night and 8 p.m. yesterday over ...

    Article : 716 words
  5. NAZIS' DASH FOR TRONDHEIM.

    The latest despatches from Norway state that the Allies are standing firm in the face of desperate German attempts to break through to Trondheim before the full weight of the growing Allied armies is brought into action. ...

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  6. NAZI CHARGE

    The German Foreign Minister, Herr von Ribbentrop, in a statement to members of the Diplomatic Corps and to foreign Press correspondents in Berlin, ...

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  7. THE BRITISH TASK.

    "We know this man. He is a dangerous adventurer who has played a sinister part in public affairs," said the Secretary for Air, ...

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  8. NAZIS WARN. BRITAIN.

    There has been an intensified German propaganda campaign alleging that the British are bombing open towns in Norway and Germany. Huge ...

    Article : 496 words
  9. ITALY AND THE WAR.

    "We cannot stand outside this conflict. The Italian people have a definite consciousness of their responsibilities and duties, and will be behind the Duce ...

    Article : 227 words
  10. GARNISHEE BILL.

    The Minister of Justice, Mr. Treat, will not proceed at present with his proposal to amend the law to enable creditors to garnishee the wages and salaries of Crown employees, ...

    Article : 164 words
  11. PERVERSION OF TRUTH

    Official circles in London categorically refute each of Herr von Ribbentrop's allegations. It is officially denied that any brigadiet ...

    Article : 405 words
  12. SITE OF SYDNEY HOSPITAL.

    The Acting Minister for Health, Mr. Primrose, said last night that he was surprised at a move by Sydney Hospital authorities to retain the hospital on ...

    Article : 181 words
  13. STRIKE COLLAPSING IN QUEENSLAND.

    Whatever decision is reached at the Canberra conference, it is understood that the vast majority of Queensland coalminers are determined to call the ...

    Article : 102 words
  14. WAR DECLARED.

    Herr Josef Terboven, Gauleiter (Nazi Regional Administrator) of Norway, reached Oslo by air from Germany yesterday. ...

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  15. STATE HOUSE WILL ADJOURN SOON.

    The State Government intends to adjourn Parliament late next month until late in July or early in August, when the Budget will be submitted. ...

    Article : 125 words
  16. FEWER CONSCIENTIOUS OBJECTORS.

    A total of 312,912 men in the 26-years and 20-years age groups were registered yesterday for military service. The number of conscientious objectors was ...

    Article : 59 words
  17. WONTHAGGI STOREKEEPERS ANXIOUS.

    Shopkeepers at Wonthaggi, concerned at the mining unions' failure to make a progressive payment on credit coupons, are asking for immediate payment of the first two issues. ...

    Article : 90 words
  18. SYDNEY WOMAN SAFE.

    The Commonwealth Bank has advised Mrs. John, of Sevenoaks, and formerly of Adelaide, that it had been learned through New York that her daughter, Miss Norma John, 37, ...

    Article : 61 words
  19. HARMONY IN CITY BUILDINGS.

    The City Council has decided to put into effect the regulation giving it power to exercise aesthetic control of all new buildings erected in Sydney. ...

    Article : 198 words
  20. NORWEGIAN BATTLEGROUND.

    Swedish reports state that the Germans are attempting to encircle the Allied forces in the vicinity of Stoeren by crossing the snow-covered mountains between the Oster (Glommen) and Dovre Valleys in order to cut the Dombas-Stoeren railway. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 41 words
  21. ALLEGED FORGERY.

    The general secretary to the Miners' Federation, Mr. W. Orr, denied on Saturday that he was the author of a circular letter, purporting to bear his signature, which was ...

    Article : 339 words
  22. SEVENTH DIVISION RECRUITING.

    Plans for recruiting the Seventh Division of the A.I.F. will probably be completed by the War Cabinet to-morrow. Preliminary recruiting plans have already ...

    Article : 99 words
  23. MR. GANDHI'S PLANS.

    Mr. Gandhi, in an article in "Harijan," his own paper, denied that he had any idea of an immediate campaign of mass civil disobedience. ...

    Article : 134 words
  24. DETONATORS STOLEN.

    Some time during the week-end, 350 aluminium detonators were stolen, from a shed behind a house in Westfield Street, Earlwood. The loss was discovered at 3 p.m. yesterday ...

    Article : 107 words
  25. GLIDER CRASHES.

    A glider piloted by Harry Raynor Stephens, 20, of B[?]audesert Road, Moorooka, crashed nose first from a height of 60 feet at Cribb Island late this afternoon. ...

    Article : 110 words
  26. CANADIAN COMMUNISTS.

    The Attorney-General of Ontario, Mr. G. [?]onant, threatened that he would prosecute Communists to the utmost if the Dominion took action against the Canadian "fifth ...

    Article : 104 words
  27. REFEREE'S APPOINTMENT CANCELLED.

    A referee who had been appointed to control a State League Soccer fixture in the north on Saturday found that morning that the appointment had been cancelled. ...

    Article : 66 words
  28. "HANSARD" CENSORED

    As in the last war, "Hansard" reports of Federal Parliamentary debates are being submitted to censorship The issue published in the week-end ...

    Article : 86 words
  29. NEWS-SHEET BANNED.

    Upon the representation of a "foreign Power," the Swedish Government has banned a news-sheet that has been widely circulated through the British ...

    Article : 98 words
  30. A.I.F. RABBIT MASCOT TO STAY BEHIND.

    Rudolph, the beer-drinking rabbit, which is the mascot of the 2/9th Battalion from Queensland, will not go overseas. When the Queenslanders leave, Rudolph ...

    Article : 103 words
  31. YUGOSLAVIAN MISSION TO RUSSIA.

    A Yugoslavian economic delegation of six, headed by a former Minister of Finance. M. Georgevich, has arrived in Moscow. ...

    Article : 27 words
  32. OVERSEA NEWS.

    Such of the oversea news in this issue as is headed "From Our Own Correspondent" or "Herald Exclusive Service" is from a service owned and conducted entirely by "The Sydney Morning ...

    Article : 167 words
  33. HOSPITAL FINANCES SUFFER.

    The income of the local hospital has been so depleted because of the mineworkers' strike that the board has been obliged to suspend for the time being the scheme under which ...

    Article : 69 words
  34. TERRORISTS IN SHANGHAI.

    Terrorists bombed the office of the American-owned "Shanghai Evening, Post and Mercury," in Avenue Edward VII, in the French, concession. A policeman was killed and ...

    Article : 43 words
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