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  2. MAN-POWER REGISTER.

    The Prime Minister, Mr. Menzies, last night replied in detail to a series of seven reasons announced by the Australasian Council of Trades ...

    Article : 968 words
  3. MUNITIONS LA[?]

    Delays which have occurred in setting up armament annexes, which the Commonwealth Government is attaching to priva[?]ely owned workshops ...

    Article : 851 words
  4. PROTEST BY MINERS.

    A general strike of coal-miners to protest against the new award is considered unlikely[?] at least for the present. If direct action is taken at all, ...

    Article : 908 words
  5. FLOOD PERIL.

    Nine families were driven from their homes at Wangaratta to-day by the worst floods for years. Houses were inundated. The Bright Road ...

    Article : 490 words
  6. ACTIVITY AT DANZIG.

    News f[?]tering into Berlin from unofficial sources suggests that something is afoot at Danzig, says Reuter's Berlin correspondent. ...

    Article : 652 words
  7. BRITAIN'S MOMENTOUS WARNING.

    The Foreign Secretary, Lord Halifax, in a speech (reported on the next page) last night, announced that Britain would use the whole of her strength in fulfilment of her pledges to resist any further aggression. ...

    Article : 2,052 words
  8. NEW RAID.

    Chinese reports state that Japanese aeroplanes are heavily bombing the centre of Foochow. A message from Shanghai says that ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 261 words
  9. TWENTY YEARS' GAOL.

    Sentences of 20 years' imprisonment each were imposed in the Old Bailey to-day on four members of the Irish Republican Army for causing explosions ...

    Article : 120 words
  10. ROADS IMPASSABLE.

    There were further general rains over most of New South Wales yesterday, with some local floodings in Riverina. According to N.R.M.A. reports, a nmber of ...

    Article : 323 words
  11. DUTCH CABINET RESIGNS.

    The Dutch Cabinet resigned to-day as a result of a refusal by the Premier, Dr. Colijn, to agree to a desire by[?] Roman Catholic Party Ministers to ...

    Article : 219 words
  12. DANGER OF N.Z. DEFAULT.

    The City Editor of the "Daily Mail" says he understands that New Zealand's London balances are so low that there is grave danger of a ...

    Article : 417 words
  13. EXPENDITURE IN 1939-40

    Because portions of the defence programme set down for the financial year ended to-day have been delayed, defence expenditure in the coming year ...

    Article : 233 words
  14. RACECOURSE WATCH.

    Victoria Park Racecourse will be closely patrolled to-day by the race-course supervision staff to guard against any attempt by city ...

    Article : 277 words
  15. BROKEN HILL STRIKE.

    As a result of the strike of enginedrivers and firemen at the central power station. three major mines are idle, and mine employees are losing almost £30,000 a week in ...

    Article : 116 words
  16. FORMS DISTRIBUTED.

    Distribution to all post-offices througho[?] Australia of National Register cards and instruction forms has been almost completed[?] The cards, which will be available at ...

    Article : 320 words
  17. DEPORTEE FROM BRITAIN.

    Commonwealth migration officials will carry out a departmental inquiry before Ledwedge Vincent Lawlor, 45 (who was arrested in London on June ...

    Article : 111 words
  18. FOREIGN WORKERS IN GERMANY.

    The Labour Ministry announces that German farms are employing at present 37,000 Italians, 15,000 Yugo-Slavs, 12,000 Hungarians, 5,000 Bulgarians, 4,000 Dutch, 40,000 ...

    Article : 140 words
  19. £2,801,436 STATE DEFICIT.

    The State Treasurer, Mr. Mair, announced late last night that the State accounts for the financial year, which ended yesterday, had disclosed a deficit ...

    Article : 90 words
  20. FRANCE LOOKING TO DEFENCES.

    France is looking to her defences as a result of reports that Germany is calling up reservists and that Italian troop trains are moving through the ...

    Article : 136 words
  21. MAN RELEASED FROM GAOL.

    Acting on the authority of the State Cabine[?] the governor of the Long Bay prison yesterday released Eric Alexander smith, after he had served 16 months of a sentence of 10 years for ...

    Article : 139 words
  22. THETIS SALVAGE.

    The prospects of raising the submarine Thetis soon are not [?]romising, and experts' doubts are growing, because the weather is unusually unfavourable. ...

    Article : 53 words
  23. KNOWN IN NEW ZEALAND.

    A boy named Ledwedge Lawlor went to school in Dunedin[?] where he was very popular. He and members of his family left for Australia in 1910. ...

    Article : 63 words
  24. S.A. DEFICIT.

    A deficit of £402,000 was disclosed by the Premier[?] Mr. Playford, to-night, in a review of the State's financial figures. This exceeds the Budget estimate of £327,000 by £175,000. ...

    Article : 34 words
  25. VICTORIAN CHAIN STORES.

    The directors of Edments Ltd., proprietors of chain stores, have entered into an agreement to acquire the leaschold of the store occupied by Ravens Ltd[?] in George Street, ...

    Article : 78 words
  26. JACK DEMPSEY HAS PERITONITIS.

    Jack Dempsey, the former world's heavy-weight boxing champion, is suffering from peritonitis, following the removal of a gangrenous appendix. ...

    Article : 78 words
  27. THREE BRIGADIERS APPOINTED[?]

    The "Commonwealth Gazette" yesterday announced the appointment of three officers of the 2nd Military District ot the rank of temporary brigadier. They are ...

    Article : 72 words
  28. MOTORSHIP ON BAR.

    Lying [?]ow on to a channel between two reefs, the Northern Company's motor ship toa is aground at Whakatane bar. All the crew are safe. ...

    Article : 54 words
  29. 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 controlled entirely by "The Sydney Morning ...

    Article : 155 words
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