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  2. CANTEEN BURNT.

    Angry troops burned down a canteen tent at the Ingleburn camp of the 2nd Air early last night About 300 men took part in a demonstration ...

    Article : 342 words
  3. LABOUR WAR POLICY.

    In an outline of the labour Party's war policy at a meeting at the Town Hall last night, the leader of the Federal Opposition, Mr. Curtin, ...

    Article : 763 words
  4. WHEAT ACREAGE.

    To prevent the accumulation of unmanageable surplus stocks of wheat in Australia, the Federal Government will probably evolve and apply a plan ...

    Article : 522 words
  5. EIGHT SHIPS SUNK BY MINES.

    Mines have sunk eight ships in the North Sea since Saturday. The two latest victims have been the British collier Torchbearer (1,267 tons) and the Grimsby trawler Wigmore (345 tons). ...

    Article : 1,879 words
  6. IN HITLER'S WAY.

    Two things stand firmly in Herr Hitler's way The first is the Maginot Line—a chain of fortresses stietching across the north-eastern frontier of ...

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  7. NAZI TERROR

    The Germans have executed 120 Czech students in 48 hours as a sequel to the demonstrations against the Nazi authorities, according to a ...

    Article : 746 words
  8. TREASURER'S WARNING.

    A warning against a growing tendency in some quarters to overestimate the effects that increasing export prices will have on Australia's ...

    Article : 504 words
  9. FOOD IN CAMPS.

    The Minister for the Army, Mr. Street, said to-day that in the handling of food in bulk in military camps similar precautions to those adopted in civil ...

    Article : 221 words
  10. NO COUNTRY PARTY CHALLENGE.

    Country Party membeis in Sydney yesterday expressed the view that the Government's wheat proposals, although they did not meet in full the wishes of the wheatgrowers, were ...

    Article : 132 words
  11. MOTION PICTURE IMPORTS.

    Plans to ration imports from the united States, and to prohibit the import of certain goods, which are now being prepaied by the Federal Government may have repel eussions ...

    Article : 110 words
  12. FARMERS' REQUEST REFUSED.

    The Minister for Lands, Mr. Wise, to-day refused a request of a deputation from the Hold-up Committee of the Wheat and Wool Growers' Union that he should take action ...

    Article : 159 words
  13. DEARER PETROL EXPECTED.

    An eaily and substantial rise in the price of petrol is believed in Federal circles to be inevitable. It was reliably stated to-day that the ...

    Article : 184 words
  14. RECREATION HUTS.

    The Defence Department will provide recreation huts for each battalion of the 2nd A.I.F. in camp and also a hut capable of holding 1,000 men at every camp. ...

    Article : 104 words
  15. MISSILES FLY IN COURT.

    Declaring he would "go down fighting," James Murray, 34 minei, a defendant in the Maryborough Police Court to-day, leaped from the dock on to the ...

    Article : 235 words
  16. MR. McKELL'S VIEWS.

    "Mr. Menzies's Government has shown by its partisanship that it is not to be entrusted with the formulation and execution of the nations war policy," said the leader ...

    Article : 218 words
  17. GERMAN GOODS FOR AUSTRALIA.

    German shipping companies are asking for a port of refuge contribution" amounting to 20 per cent. of freight rates on shipments of German goods consigned to Australia in ...

    Article : 189 words
  18. PURGE IN GERMANY.

    Five thousand persons have been airested since the Munich Beer Hall explosion, and shootings are almost continuous in the local puson, at cording to ...

    Article : 352 words
  19. NAZI WARNING REPORTED.

    According to the Paris newspaper "Excelsior," Germany has sent Notes to Belgium and Holland warning them not to attack German planes flying over ...

    Article : 405 words
  20. CROPS, ORCHARDS DAMAGED.

    Heavy tropical thunderstorms damaged crops and orchards in inland areas yesteiday. The storms were accompanied by vivid ...

    Article : 229 words
  21. UNUSUAL CHARGE.

    Mrs. Josephine Laycock, of Takapuna, who has just been discharged from hospital appeared in the Auckland Police Court to day charred with aiding and abetting francis ...

    Article : 159 words
  22. EARTH TREMORS ON COAST.

    The first earth tremors in the Newcastle district within living memory were felt in areas along the coastline from Newcastle to Swansea about 3.30 ...

    Article : 84 words
  23. GROUP COMMANDER OF R.A.A.F.

    Group-Captain A. T. Cole arrived in Sydney yesterday to take charge of No. 2 Group regional command, which includes the Royal Australian Air Force ...

    Article : 121 words
  24. NEW TRADE PACT URGED.

    The German Ambassador to Turkey, Herr von Papen, yesterday had a long conversation with the Turkish Minister of Commerce, M. Ercin. ...

    Article : 140 words
  25. COUNTRY PARTY LEADERSHIP.

    Mr. T. Collins, M.P., one of the four breakaway Federal Country Party members, who recently rejoined the party, yesterday replied to the statement made by Sir Earle Page in ...

    Article : 163 words
  26. SOLDIERS DEPRIVED OF TROUSERS.

    Fifty soldiers in the Auckland Hospital Infirmary, who are suffering from influenza, have been deprived of their trousers by the hospital authorities to ...

    Article : 116 words
  27. SKILLED MEN FOR R.A.A.F.

    The Acting Minister for Air, Mr. Holt, announced to-day that 250 qualified fitters and turners were required for the Royal Australian Air Force. ...

    Article : 99 words
  28. FIGHTING IN CHINA.

    A message from Hong Kong states that the Japanese forces are meeting with stern resistance from the Chinese in Kwangsi Province. The Japanese claim that they are within ...

    Article : 79 words
  29. OVERSEA NEWS.

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

    Article : 150 words
  30. MELBOURNE PROTEST.

    Although strong protests have been made by State and civil leaders, it is almost certain that the south-west corner of Fawkner Park, involving 25 acres, will be taken over for ...

    Article : 73 words
  31. MOSLEMS RIOT IN INDIA.

    Angered by the arrest of their leaders, Moslems set fire to Hindu shops in Sukk[?] in the Bombay Presidency. A riot followed, in which six Moslems and ...

    Article : 54 words
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