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  2. THE CHURCHES.

    The Archbishop of Sydney, Dr. Mowll, speaking at a meeting at St. Mark's Church, Darling Point, yesterday, said that the Church was suffering from ...

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  3. AWAKENING BY COUNCILS.

    The Minister for Works and Local Government, Mr. Spooner, in a speech on Saturday, said that the councils were awakening to the ...

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  4. ROOSEVELT'S ANXIETY.

    NEW YORK, April 2. (A.A.P.) "The widespread fear of Foreign Governments that Europe is on the threshold of another Napoleonic era, ...

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  5. JAPAN'S NEW COUP.

    The Japanese annexation of the Spratley, or Storm, Group in the South China Sea carries Japan's southward advance 700 miles south of Hainan ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. SKILFUL HORSEMEN AT ROYAL EASTER SHOW.

    The Royal Easter Show began on Saturday, and when the spectators had completed their exploratory excursions around the exhibits, they gathered about the arena. The picture shows a section of the parade of American, Canadian, Indian, and Australian riders who will take part in the rodeo events. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. CIVIC SERVICE.

    Representatives of the local governing bodies of the North Shore attended a civic service at St. Thomas's Church, North Sydney, yesterday morning. It was largely attended. ...

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  8. EASTWOOD NOVITIATE.

    About 1,000 people attended the blessing and opening of the Novitiate of the Daughters of Charity at Eastwood yesterday afternoon by the Roman Catholic Co-adjutor ...

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  9. WAVERLEY SEAT.

    The Premier, Mr. Stevens, will open the U.A.P. campaign in the Waverley by-election, in Harris's Hall, Bond[?] Junction, to-morrow night. ...

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  10. FRANCO'S NEW PLANS.

    General Franco, it is understood in Madrid, intends to keep 1,200,000 troops under arms until the end of the year. They will include 600,000 Falangists ...

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  11. CANADA'S WAR POLICY.

    Unqualified support of the Canadian Government's decision against conscription for foreign service in the event of war was voiced by Dr. Manion, ...

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  12. NEW MILITIA UNIFORM.

    The Minister for External Affairs, Mr. Hughes, who is in charge of the recruiting campaign, announces that he has inspected the new type of ...

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  13. POLICE CHASE.

    Three arrests followed an exciting police chase in Darlinghurst about midnight on Saturday. Shots were fired at a fourth man, who escaped. ...

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  14. NEW EASTWOOD CHURCH.

    So many people attended the opening of the new St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church at Eastwood yesterday that many had to stand on the steps. ...

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  15. MORE OUTRAGES IN LONDON.

    An Irish Republican Army gang, touring London in a powerful car loaded with bombs, subjected the city to a night of terror on Friday night ...

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  16. CANTATA AT LYCEUM.

    A sacred cantata, "Prince of Peace," was presented by the Wentworthville Musical Society at the Lyceum yesterday. Containing metrical versions of Biblical ...

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  17. YOUTH FOUND DEAD.

    Thomas Caldwell Howard, 19, of Bathurst, was found dead on an island in the Macquarie River yesterday. There was a bullet wound in his temple, and an old rifle was lying ...

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  18. DOMAIN CEREMONY.

    "The Way of the Cross" was presented from the platform of the Catholic Evidence Guild in the Domain yesterday afternoon. There was a large gathering of interested spectators. ...

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  19. THE CALL-UP.

    A call-up for employment is announced to-day. Details will be found on page 20, column 6. ...

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  20. INDEX.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 214 words
  21. MURDERED SIX PEOPLE.

    Eugene Weidmann, a young German, who was responsible for six murders which were brought to light in December, 1937, has been sentenced to death after being found guilty ...

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  22. TECHNICAL UNITS FILLED.

    In reply to a letter in the "Herald" of March 30, in wich Mr. H. C. Mark complained of lack of organisation in the Australian Defence League, the State ...

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  23. HOLY WEEK CEREMONIES.

    Large congregations were present at St. Mary's Cathedral yesterday morning when Holy Week ceremonies were begun. They will be continued on Wednesday evening, ...

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  24. TERRITORIAL ARMY.

    A great impetus to recruiting is expected as a result of the recent decision to double the Territorial Army. Local organisations all over the country are ...

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  25. ANTI-BRITISH DRIVE.

    Anti-British propaganda in the Japanese occupied districts of China has developed into a large-scale offensive. ...

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  26. HISTORIC PROCESSIONS CANCELLED.

    The historic Christian and Moslem Palm Sunday processions, which have been held for centuries, were cancelled to-day because of the political tension. ...

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  27. ADVERTISEMENTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 298 words
  28. YANKEE CLIPPER'S FLIGHT.

    The Yankee clipper, the giant flying-boat of Pan-American Airways, which is pioneering the North Atlantic air service, was delayed here by bad weather, but left to-day for ...

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  29. EXCITING "SOAPBOX DERBY."

    A boy and a woman were seriously injured in Victoria's "Soapbox Derby" which yesterday attracted an excited crowd of 20,000 people to St. Kilda. ...

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  30. PROSECUTIONS AGAINST EMPLOYERS.

    Mr. Hughes said yesterday that the launching of prosecutions against employers who discouraged their employees from attending camps or receiving military training, or placed ...

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  31. RUMANIAN OIL FOR FRANCE.

    France, under the new commercial pact with Rumania, will buy 560,000 tons of Rumanian oil in 1939. A new Franco-Rumanian cultural ...

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  32. THE BELGIAN ELECTIONS.

    There are 3,000 candidates for the general elections, which are to be held to-morrow. They include 36 women—26 for the Chamber of Deputies, and 10 for the Senate. ...

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  33. COMMUNAL RIOTS IN INDIA.

    Seven persons have been killed and 28 others injured in communal rioting. ...

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  34. ANTI-JEWISH MEASURES IN HUNGARY.

    A majority of the Hungarian Upper Chamber is opposing the new anti-Jewish legislation. The Premier Count Teleki, replying to ...

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  35. GERMANY'S NAVAL FORCES MARCH.

    German sailors from the warships which accompanied Herr Hitler to Memel marching through the crowd-lined streets of the city. This was the first time that German naval forces had taken part in an occupation of ceded territory. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  36. RAILWAY CORPS.

    Training in air raid precautions and in combating the effects of poison gases, has been undertaken by the New South Wales Railways Ambulance Corps, which has a membership ...

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  37. FAR EAST CLASH FEARED.

    Several reports from Tokyo and elsewhere on Friday expressed the likelihood of clashes off the Siberian coast as a result of the fishing dispute ...

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  38. TO-DAY.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 332 words
  39. MELBOURNE BRAWL.

    Between 200 and 300 young men took part in a fierce brawl in Swanston Street, outside the Flinders Street station, late to-night. One youth, who was struck on the head with a ...

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  40. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    Gold was quoted yesterday at £7/8/6 an ounce fine. CAPTAIN G. A. SCOTT. Captain G. A. Scott, formerly ...

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  41. MANLY SHARK SCARE.

    With the surfing season almost at an end, attendances at the beaches were considerably reduced during the week-end. There were calm seas yesterday at the main beaches, and no ...

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  42. LABOUR DISSENSIONS IN BRITAIN.

    The head office of the Labour Party has announced that, in the absence of undertakings to adhere to the principles, policy, and programme of the party, and to discontinue ...

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  43. BOY'S DEATH ON ROAD.

    Donald Andrews, 14, of the Crossroads, Ingleburn, was fatally injured on the Hume Highway, Liverpool, about 11 o'clock last night. It is alleged that he had been struck. ...

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  44. FIRE AT ANNANDALE.

    A fire broke out in the grocery store of John Margaret, at the corner of Nelson and Booth Streets, Annandale, early this morning. Fire brigades attended, and subdued the ...

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