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  2. PROVISION FOR DEPENDANTS

    The secretary of the Federal Council of the British Medical Association, Dr. J. G. Hunter, who is also secretary of the New South Wales branch of the ...

    Article : 651 words
  3. 200 SWEPT TO SEA BY FIERCE UNDERTOW.

    Four persons are known to have been drowned, a man is missing, and scores of other people were rescued in the last stages of exhaustion when nearly 200 surfers were swept to sea yesterday afternoon by the backwash of huge seas at Bondi Beach, ...

    Article : 218 words
  4. BOMBING IN CHINA.

    Nine Japanese planes, says a Hong Kong; message, reconnoitred the frontier of the British Leased Territories and bombed Nantau for two hours. It ...

    Article : 1,002 words
  5. PAGEANT OF EMPIRE.

    Pageantry and athletic prowess combined to make the opening day of the British Empire Games at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Saturday the most ...

    Article : 1,296 words
  6. GERMAN ARMY LEADERS REMOVED.

    There has been a drastic reorganisation of the German Cabinet and the army commands. Herr Hitler himself has assumed the supreme control of the armed forces of the Reich. Herr Hitler announced that the Minister for Defence, ...

    Article : 204 words
  7. ANTI-PIRACY PATROL.

    Both the Fiench and Italian Governments have accepted the proposals made by Britain for the strengthening of action against piiacy in the ...

    Article : 845 words
  8. THE CASUALTY LIST.

    The known dead are:— BERNARD FRED BYRNE, 34, property officer, employed by Tooth and Co., Ltd., of Parker Avenue, Earlwood. ...

    Article : 2,126 words
  9. GOERING BECOMES FIELD-MARSHAL.

    Herr Hitler announced that General Goering had been promoted to the rank or Field-Marshal and would remain A[?] Minister. ...

    Article : 2,168 words
  10. PARALYSIS IN N.S.W.

    The president oi the New South Wales branch of the British Medical Association, Dr. Lindsay Day, said last night that there was no justification ...

    Article : 182 words
  11. CLOUSTON TAKES OFF.

    Flying Officer A. E. Clouston and Mr Victor Ricketts, in the record-breaking de Havilland Comet plane, the Australian Anniversary, took off from ...

    Article : 85 words
  12. ALBURY CHILDREN IN ISOLATION.

    Anomalies in the administration of the bolder restiictions for the prevention of infantile paralysis have caused indignation among Albury parents. Between 80 and 90 children ...

    Article : 206 words
  13. CENTAURUS REACHES SINGAPORE.

    The Empire flying-boat, Centaurus, arrived here from Australia to-day, thus completing the survey of the final link of the EnglandAustralia flying-boat route. ...

    Article : 50 words
  14. MAN FINED AT TOWNSVILLE.

    The first prosecution under Queensland's special regulations for the checking of infantile paralysis took place in the Townsville Magistrate's Court on Saturday, when Robert ...

    Article : 76 words
  15. AIR FORCE ORDERS U.S.A GUNS

    The "Sunday Times" stivb that the Royal Ali Four has oidcied a numbei of Browning machine-guns from the United States These fire 560 rounds a minute and will ...

    Article : 158 words
  16. WAGES TAX CASE.

    The Attorney-General, Mr. Manning, said last night that the State Government would apply for leave to intervene in order to argue the validity of its ...

    Article : 94 words
  17. 93rd DEATH IN VICTORIA.

    The 93rd death from infantile paralysis occurred yesterday. The victim was a girl of 9, who was admitted to the Colac hospital on Friday. Eight fresh cases were reported ...

    Article : 46 words
  18. FOUR MORE S.A. CASES.

    Yesterday two cases of infantile paralysis wen admitted to the Infectious Diseases Hospital, a girl of 4 and a girl of 5. To-day two cases, a man of 22 lend a girl of 7, were ...

    Article : 52 words
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