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  2. CYCLONE'S FURY.

    Early yesterday morning a fierce cyclone hit the south coast of Queensland and the north coast of New South Wales ...

    Article : 1,399 words
  3. ANNIVERSARY PAGEANT.

    The stage is almost set for the most spectacular pageant which has ever been organised in the Commonwealth. Next Wednesday, the procession ...

    Article : 906 words
  4. COUNTY COUNCIL.

    The triennial election for members of the Sydney County Council took place yesterday. Counting was not completed until after midnight. ...

    Article : 368 words
  5. "BEST CASH OFFER."

    The Minister for Works and Local Government, Mr. Spooner, told the Royal Commission into charges regarding the sale of the State ...

    Article : 711 words
  6. METHODS OF DEFENCE.

    The recent changes in the Army high command are likely to be the prelude of a radical alteration in the Government's attitude towards ...

    Article : 406 words
  7. JAPAN'S POLICY IN CHINA

    The Premier, Prince Konoe, at a Press conference, said that, although Japan had hitherto studied peace terms considering the Chinese Central Government as a party to any negotiations, henceforth she would not deal with the Central Government. ...

    Article : 196 words
  8. FRENCH CABINET.

    M. Chautemps, whose Popular Front Cabinet resigned last Friday, has carried out the plan that he announced yesterday of forming a new Ministry, ...

    Article : 469 words
  9. CHINA GIVEN "LAST CHANCE."

    The Japanese Foreign Office states [?]hat the German Ambassador's tenta[?]ive peace approaches in December, on which Japan based certain conditions ...

    Article : 929 words
  10. FILM OF PANAY.

    Films of the sinking of the United States gunboat, Panay, on the Yangtze River by Japanese aircraft were shown for the first time in city theatres ...

    Article : 303 words
  11. CINGALESE REGIMENT.

    The Colombo correspondent of the "Daily Mail" states that for the first time in history a regular regiment of Cingalese, with British officers in the senior ranks until the Cingalese ...

    Article : 58 words
  12. NEW PURGE IN RUSSIA.

    M. Stalin has halted the purge of disloyal members of the Communist party, according to the Moscow correspondent of the "Daily Telegraph," and has ...

    Article : 400 words
  13. PRINCESS JULIANA.

    Queen Wilhelmina has caused a notice to be put up outside Soestdyk Palace asking the public to abstain from any noisy demonstration in view of the fact that Princess Juliana ...

    Article : 197 words
  14. REFUSAL OF N.S.W. INVITATION.

    The Consul-General for Germany, Dr. Asmis, has written to the Premier, Mr. Stevens, explaining the reasons why the German Government has decided ...

    Article : 254 words
  15. QUEEN WILHELMINA.

    The First Chamber has approved of bills fixing the revenues of Queen Wilhelmina at approximately £111,000, instead of £133,000 The bills also fix Princess Juliana's income ...

    Article : 57 words
  16. ALBURY MYSTERY

    Investigations by the New South Wales police into the Albury "pyjama girl" mystery are being intensified, and the measures which are being taken in ...

    Article : 342 words
  17. THE BALTIC.

    The Diplomatic Correspondent of the "Daily Telegraph" understands that discussion has been aroused at Copenhagen by Germany's recent ...

    Article : 113 words
  18. "BLACK HOLE OF CALCUTTA."

    A newspaper agitation in which the story of the Black Hole of Calcutta is denounced as a "gigantic hoax and a colossal lie," has begun with the object of removing the ...

    Article : 233 words
  19. JAPANESE FISHING BOATS.

    The Foreign Office spokesman (Mr. Kawa[?]) said that recently five small Japanese fishing boats belonging to a fleet operating from Singapore, were arrested in Dutch ...

    Article : 89 words
  20. DISTINGUISHED VISITORS.

    The P. and O. liner Strathnaver, which reached Sydney yesterday from London, brought many visitors to the celebrations. Among them was Sir George Broadbridge, ...

    Article : 257 words
  21. PETER ANDERS

    G-men (Federal agents) are again examining the letters sent six years ago containing threats to kidnap the children of Harold Lloyd, the film comedian, it is believed that ...

    Article : 202 words
  22. BOMBERS' OCEAN FLIGHT.

    The 18 United States naval bombers which are to strengthen the air base at Pearl Harbour (Hawaii) have arrived here safely after a non-stop flight from San Diego (California). ...

    Article : 40 words
  23. FORCED LANDING.

    The Douglas air liner Kyeema, on a flight from Essendon to Sydney shortly after noon to-day, made a safe forced landing in a stubble field between ...

    Article : 226 words
  24. ESPIONAGE CHARGES.

    Two former employees of one of Sweden's leading steel works have been arrested on chames of espionage. It is alleged that they admitted communicating with the Soviet ...

    Article : 50 words
  25. JAPAN'S WARSHIPS.

    Mr. H. C. [?]ater the Naval Co[?]den[?] of the "Daily Telegraph," states that the British ana United States auth[?] ar[?] seeking confirmation of Japan's reported ...

    Article : 105 words
  26. SOUTH AFRICAN GUEST.

    Mr. G. P. Steyn, a member of the South African Parliament, who will be one of two representatives of [?]he South African branch of the Empire Parliamentary Association at ...

    Article : 80 words
  27. GIFTS FOR FAROUK.

    Sir Miles Lampson, the British Ambassador to Egypt has presented to King Farouk, from King George, his Majesty's wedding gift, consisting of two sporting guns and other ...

    Article : 180 words
  28. MISSING AMERICAN.

    The police are unable to trace an American. Michael Stein, aged 69 who, it is feared, may [?]ave been the seventh victim of the German professional" murderer. We[?]dman[?]. ...

    Article : 188 words
  29. DOCTORS' PROMPT RESPONSE.

    There has been an immediate response by members of the medical profession in Queensland to the letter from the State Director-General of Health, Sir Raphael Cilento, asking ...

    Article : 107 words
  30. JEW CATCHES BOMB.

    A bomb was thrown into a motor car in which five Jewish clerks were travelling to their office. One of them caught the missile and hur[?]ed it to the roadway, where it ...

    Article : 84 words
  31. MAN'S SUDDEN DEATH.

    Mr. John M. Muir, 60, of Texas, the United States of [?]merica, who was visiting Sydney for the Anniversary celebrations, collapsed in Martin Place, city, yesterday. He was taken ...

    Article : 93 words
  32. MINE FLOODED.

    Sixteen miners are reported to have been killed by the flooding of a plumbago mine in the Kurunagela district. There was a sudden inrush of water from a disused shaft. ...

    Article : 39 words
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