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  2. STATE TAX FIELDS.

    It is stated that, at the meeting of the Loan Council on April 21, the State Governments will be asked to evacuate some of their fields of ...

    Article : 536 words
  3. TORRENTIAL RAIN.

    The danger of a serious flood at Lismore was averted by the cessation this morning of torrential rain, which had fallen since Saturday afternoon. ...

    Article : 890 words
  4. HUGE SHIPS OF THE AIR.

    Captain P. G. Taylor, after returning to Australia from a survey of developments in aviation in Britain and the United States, predicted remarkable ...

    Article : 1,306 words
  5. THE SHOW.

    To-day will be the first serious day of the Royal Easier Show. Judging will commence with the beef cattle, fat [?]amb carcases, pigs, and ...

    Article : 389 words
  6. M. DALADIER.

    M. Edonard Daladier, a Radical-Socialist leader, who was Minister for War in the Ministry of M. Blum, and Premier and Foreign Minister in a ...

    Article : 782 words
  7. THE GREATER REICH.

    Tremendous propaganda efforts heralded the plebiscite on union with Germany, which was held to-day, Herr Hitler visited Vienna to deliver a ...

    Article : 1,215 words
  8. ROOSEVELT'S DEFEAT.

    President Roosevelt has suffered a defeat over the Government Reorganisation Bill, which the House of Representatives, by 204 votes to 196, has ...

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  9. FIGHTING IN TSINAN. PART OF CITY HELD.

    The Chinese claim that well-equipped regular soldiers, assisted by motorised detachments, stormed three of the gates of Tsinan, the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 940 words
  10. R.A.A.F. RECRUITS

    Appeals for recruits for the Royal Australian Air Force yesterday at the air pageant at Flemington evoked a remarkable response. ...

    Article : 334 words
  11. FIREMEN'S HOURS

    Although some members of the fire brigades are talking about taking strike action because of the Industrial Commission's fixation of 78 hours as the ...

    Article : 409 words
  12. WAVE CRASHES OVER CAMPERS.

    A man and two boys in a party of five who have week-end camps it Whale Beach had a perilous experience when a huge wave broke over the rocks a short distance from ...

    Article : 230 words
  13. MARTIAL LAW IN TUNIS.

    Martial law has been proclaimed as a result of clashes during a strike demonstration. Two soldiers and eight demonstrators ...

    Article : 173 words
  14. BEACHES POUNDED.

    Unusually large seas pounded Sydney foreshores at the week-end, causing large wash-outs on some beaches. The surf was more than ordinarily rough ...

    Article : 403 words
  15. UNEMPLOYMENT RELIEF.

    President Roosevelt, at a Press conference on Friday, confirmed reports that he was preparing a new public works programme, but he declined to discuss details of it. ...

    Article : 189 words
  16. SURFER RESCUED.

    Ian Auhl, a member of the Cronulla Surf Club, got into difficulties in the rough surf at Cronulla yesterday and was rescued by R. Greenall. the club's official lifesaver, who ...

    Article : 283 words
  17. £160,000 MOTOR PLANT

    It was stated in financial circles last night that a large industrial organisation had decided to erect a plant for the assembly of motor cars in Sydney. ...

    Article : 81 words
  18. CATHEDRAL FIRE.

    During the first P[?]alm of evensong in Norwich Cathedral a fire broke out in the organ [?]ft. The choir continued the second ...

    Article : 154 words
  19. BEER WAGERS.

    Darwin is noted for its almost unslakable thirst and consequent heavy beer consumption. Wagers in the north are not made in money, but in terms of a dozen bottles of beer, a ...

    Article : 156 words
  20. SEA EXPLOSION.

    It is reported by radio that the Greek steamer Mount Kyllene, 5313 tons, was broken into two parts by an explosion 1,200 miles from the coast of Spain. ...

    Article : 161 words
  21. AMBASSADOR AS "KILLJOY."

    Mr. Joseph P. Kennedy, the United States new Ambassador in London, is declared to have qualified for the title of "Public Killjoy No. 1" by announcing the end of the practice ...

    Article : 80 words
  22. CZECHOSLOVAKIA.

    President Benes, in a message to the country, declares that, in adjustment of the political system, within the framework of democracy, may be necessary. ...

    Article : 99 words
  23. THREE MURDER CHARGES.

    Three aborigines will appear on charges of murder, a fourth on a charge of attempted murder, and a fifth on a charge of assault with intent, to commit a criminal offence, during ...

    Article : 71 words
  24. AWATEA DELAYED 24 HOURS.

    Tremendous seas in the central Tasman have delayed the trans-Tasman liner. Awatea, on her voyage from Sydney to Auckland. She is running 24 hours behind, schedule, and will ...

    Article : 84 words
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