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  2. REFERENDUM.

    The Deputy Premier (Mr. Bruxner), before he left Sydney for Wellington yesterday, said that employees associated with secondary industries and ...

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  3. SUBMARINES.

    "Russia is now believed to possess the largest submarine fleet in the world, namely, 130, of which 40 are in the North Pacific, with their base ...

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  4. BOTH AUSTRALIA'S OPENING BATSMEN CAUGHT.

    Both Australia's opening batsmen, J. Fingleton and K. E. Rigg, were caught in the first day's play at Melbourne yesterday. Their dismissals are shown in the picturegrams above. At left, Rigg, caught by the wicket-keeper, L. E. G. Ames, from a ball from K. Fames, and at the right, Fingleton, when 17, caught by W. Voce in the slips off the same bowler. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. MASS ARRESTS.

    Law enforcement officers, armed with machine-guns and tear gas, cowed into submission 400 "sit-down" strikers who had held up production ...

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  6. TRADE TREATY.

    The Ottawa revised agreement between Britain and Canada, which has been renewed for a further three years, lowers British preferential duties on 150 ...

    Article : 172 words
  7. UNITED STATES NOT PLEASED.

    The "New York Times" Ottawa correspondent says that the immediate value of the concessions to Canada obtained in the new treaty with Britain against countries outside ...

    Article : 190 words
  8. "EXPORTS WILL BE REDUCED."

    "If we refuse to consider a readjustment of our agricultural industries, then we must be prepared for a reduction in our exports of 30 per cent," said the Federal president of ...

    Article : 208 words
  9. ARTICLE ON AUSTRALIA.

    An announcement referring to an article entitled "Culture in Australia," written by Mr. Randolph Hughes, an Australian, which was published in the ...

    Article : 280 words
  10. FRENCH SEAMEN.

    The shipping strike, which has lasted for six days, ended yesterday when the Government, the Messageries Maritimes Company, and the Marseilles sailors' Syndicate reached ...

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  11. MR. FORDYCE WHEELER.

    Mr. Albert Fytche Fordyce Wheeler, a director and advertising manager of Sun Newspapers, Ltd., died yesterday after an operation for the amputation of his left leg ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 226 words
  12. TWELVE YEARS.

    The Court of Criminal Appeal yesterday confirmed the sentence of twelve years' imprisonment which Judge Thomson passed on Arthur Vincent ...

    Article : 228 words
  13. LOST STINSON.

    Airlines of Australia, Ltd., decided yesterday to offer a reward of £200 for information which might lead to the discovery of the Stinson airliner ...

    Article : 331 words
  14. BANK ROBBERS ARRESTED

    Merle Vandenbush, an ex-convict bank robber, whom the leader of the Federal investigators (Mr. J. E. Hoover) dubbed "Public Rat No. 1," and two ...

    Article : 111 words
  15. CANADA'S RECOVERY.

    The Minister for Finance (Mr. Dunning) has advised that the estimated Budget deficit of 87,000,000 dollars (approximately £A21,750,000) has been cut to 35,000,000 ...

    Article : 83 words
  16. AVIATION PROPOSALS.

    The Associated Chambers of Manufactures of Australia stated yesterday that the interstate executive committee had passed a resolution that members be recommended to record ...

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  17. JAPAN TO JOIN GENEVA CONFERENCE.

    Although Japan is not a member of the League of Nations, she will participale in the conference on raw materials at Geneva on March 8. ...

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  18. ANGLO-IRISH PACT EXTENDED.

    Mr. Malcolm MacDonold announced in the House of Commons that the Anglo-Irish coal and cattle agreement had been extended for a year, and the parties had also agreed upon ...

    Article : 91 words
  19. GERMANS DEPORTED FROM RUSSIA.

    Convicted of "anti-State activity," 10 Germans have been sentenced to deportation to Germany. An investigation is being made into the ...

    Article : 36 words
  20. THE CORONATION.

    At an anti-Fascist demonstration, at which a resolution was carried expressing opposition to the acceptance by Britain of the German Minister for Air (General Goering) as ...

    Article : 169 words
  21. BALLOT PAPER CRITICISED.

    Mr. J. T. Graves, M.L.C., secretary of the State Labour party, last night criticised the use of figures on the ballot paper in the forthcoming referendum. He stated, that figures ...

    Article : 57 words
  22. "YES" CAMPAIGN.

    Mr. J. A. Perkins, M.P., will address a meeting in support of the "Yes" campaign at Moss Vale to-night. Mr. G. E. Ardill, M.L.A., will speak at Gunning. ...

    Article : 33 words
  23. INDEX.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 186 words
  24. SNOWSTORM CAUSED 'PLANE CRASH.

    A sudden snowstorm was the cause of the 'plane crash in which Flight-Lieutenant George Edward Strangman, of Wahroonga (Sydney), lost his life. ...

    Article : 99 words
  25. CONSTITUTION OF U.S.A.

    Senator Borah has introduced a proposal for a constitutional amendment to re-define the 14th amendment's so-called "due process" clause, which reads: ...

    Article : 194 words
  26. A WOMAN'S VIEW.

    Sir,—Many voices have been heard in the referendum campaign, but few have been whose of women Allow me, therefore, in the columns of your newspaper, to give the ...

    Article : 334 words
  27. SENTENCE OF THREE YEARS.

    David Campbell, 52, solicitor, was sentenced by Acting Judge McGhie at the Quarter Sessions last night to three years' imprisonment for fraudulent misappropriation. ...

    Article : 153 words
  28. MINES PLAY HAVOC IN SPAIN.

    Loyalist mines played havoc with the insurgent positions in University City and Carabanchel. Bodies of men and horses were flung into ...

    Article : 226 words
  29. RECIPROCAL TRADE AGREEMENTS.

    By 58 votes to 24, the Senate passed a resolution recommended by the Finance Committee to extend the President's power to conclude reciprocal trade agreements, despite ...

    Article : 72 words
  30. BRITISH SHIPPING.

    "The Times," in a leading article, refers to the plea made by Sir Richard Holt, the new president of the Chamber of Shipping, at the annual dinner of the chamber that the ...

    Article : 82 words
  31. BISHOP'S LOYALTY TO CHURCH.

    The Bishop of Ely (Dr. B. O. F. Heywood), in a message to his diocese opposing the admission of re-married divorced persons to Communion, stated: "Too often the Church ...

    Article : 142 words
  32. ADVERTISEMENTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 280 words
  33. 60 YEARS' MINISTRY.

    The Rev. T. G. Morris Taylor attained the sixtieth year of his ministry at the present Methodist Conference. Mr. Taylor was president of the conference ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  34. WOMAN'S ADMISSION.

    A former suffragette, who withheld her name, stood up after an address by Lord "Ponsonby at a meeting of the voluntary Euth[?]asia Legislator Society, which ...

    Article : 151 words
  35. BUTTER TRADE.

    Agricultural organisations have protested to the Government against the limitation of imports of Dutch butter into the Dutch East Indies. They claim that Australia will ...

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  36. SWISS NEUTRALITY.

    It was revealed at a meeting of the Swiss General Council that Herr Hitler recently told Councillor Schult-Helsn that Germany would at all times respect the integrity and the ...

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  37. ALDERMAN D. GRANT, M.L.C.,

    A meeting of the State A.L.P. executive last night decided to endorse Alderman D. Grant, M.L.C., for the next City Council elections provided he gave a written declaration ...

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  38. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    Gold was quoted to-day at £7/2/3 an ounce fine, compared with £7/2/2½ yesterday. BOY SCOUTS' SONG BOOK. The Boy Scouts Association announces that ...

    Article : 307 words
  39. FILM WRITER'S DEATH.

    Humphrey Pearson, a widely-known film writer, was found shot dead in bed in his desert cottage in Santa, Monica (California) in strange circumstances. The authorities ...

    Article : 130 words
  40. MEAT CONFERENCE.

    It is understood that agreement has now been reached between the United Kingdom and Australian Governments in connection with the international meat conference. ...

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  41. TO-DAY.

    Theatre Royal: "Southern Maid," 8 Tivoli Theatre: "Good-bye, Sydney," 2.30, 8. Mayfar Theatre: "This'll Make You Whistle," "A Woman Alone," 10.45, 2, 5, 8. ...

    Article : 285 words
  42. UNITED STATES STEEL.

    The correspondent of the "New York Times" states: "The Pittsburgh steel industry has begun a series of increases in prices which is expected to be followed by another advance in ...

    Article : 111 words
  43. CHILD DISAPPEARS.

    Eugenio Iraoia, two years of age, the son of a wealthy and socially prominent Argentine family, who has disappeared, is believed to have been kidnapped by gangsters. A wide ...

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  44. DEATH OF MR. N. C. STEPHEN.

    The death occurred at Goulbuin yesterday of Mr. Noel Campbell Stephen, a brother of Sir Colin C. Stephen, Mr. Stephen was 58, and the fourth son of Septimus Alfred ...

    Article : 156 words
  45. GERMAN GIBES AT BRITAIN.

    The German Press continues to jeer at England. The latest cartoon depicts John Bull parading with a hollow suit of armour placarded. "Recruits Wanted." ...

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  46. "SUICIDE STRIKERS" GIVE IN.

    After they had spent 70 hours underground, the "suicide strikers" who have been occupying a mine at Funjkirchen crawled out of the mine to-day. Many were in a pitiable ...

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  47. SCUFFLE AT LECTURE.

    A scuffle occurred at a lecture by the Premier (M. van Zeeland) after a demand had been made for a debate by the Rexist leader (M. Leon Degrelle). A loud-speaker was ...

    Article : 66 words
  48. FRENCH FLIERS CRASH

    The French aviators, George Libert and Gilbert Denis, who were attempting a record flight from Paris to Tokyo, crashed in IndoChina and, it is believed, were injured. ...

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  49. SOUTH AFRICAN WOOL.

    Wool importers declare that they are seriously disappointed by the out-turn of South African wool, because of the poor classification. They also say that the yield of scoured ...

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  50. DANZIG WHEAT.

    Owing to poor harvests, Dan[?]ig has banned the export of wheat to Germany for an indefinite period. The exports average 40,000 tons a year and ...

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