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  2. 'PLANE FALLS IN STREET.

    The small high wing monoplane Sky Baby crashed in one of Newcastle's most thickly populated suburban thoroughfares, Lindsay-street, Hamilton, ...

    Article : 527 words
  3. FROM JAPAN.

    With samples of crockery and earthenware made in almost every country in the world displayed on tables, the Commonwealth Tariff Board ...

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  4. REFERENDUM.

    It is understood that there was a division of opinion in the Federal Cabinet to-day on the question of taking a referendum to give the Commonwealth ...

    Article : 168 words
  5. NORTHERN LABOUR MEMBERS

    Labour members of Parliament representing electorates on the northern coalfields have taken a united stand in opposition to the expulsions ...

    Article : 381 words
  6. GRENFELL MYSTERY.

    The detectives who are searching for William Henry Lavers, 49, who is believed to have been murdered at his store at Glenelg, near Grenfell, ...

    Article : 703 words
  7. RE-ARMAMENT.

    The Cabinet, which met to decide France's reply to German conscription, authorised the expenditure of £1,330,000 on naval and artillery ...

    Article : 468 words
  8. MUSTARD GAS FROM THE AIR.

    There is said to be a possibility that the rebels will drop mustard gas bombs on Madrid and Britons have been given final warning to evacuate the city. The civic authorities are taking precautions against a possible ...

    Article : 194 words
  9. PROPOSED LEASE.

    There was air animated discussion at a meeting of the City Council yesterday on a proposal, emanating from the finance committee, that tenders should be invited for the ...

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  10. SOVIETISATION OF PORTUGAL FEARED.

    (FROM OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE.) Germany having agreed to be represented on the London co-ordination committee for nonintervention in the Spanish civil war, hopes ...

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  11. UNION' VOTING STRENGTH.

    Reports submitted to a meeting of unions opposed to Mr. Lang yesterday indicated that the rebel unions controlled 23,418 votes in the official organ, while the unions supporting Mr. ...

    Article : 198 words
  12. ARMS DOMINANT.

    In a tiavel talk to members of the Enfield branch of the United Australia party last night, Mr. D. R. Hall, who recently leturned from a visit to Europe, said that Germany ...

    Article : 258 words
  13. MARTIAL LAW IN PALESTINE.

    The correspondent of the "Daily Telegraph" in Jerusalem states that as the Arab terrorists are getting beyond the control of the moderate leaders, martial law is shortly expected to be ...

    Article : 331 words
  14. EXPELLED ENGINEERS.

    Members of the Amalgamated Engineering Union have decided to prepare a petition to be circulated throughout Australia for the reinstatement of the three members of the union, ...

    Article : 135 words
  15. SHOP THEFTS.

    During recent proceedings at the Central Police Court, the police prosecutor stated that in 12 months goods valued at about £3000 had been stolen ...

    Article : 403 words
  16. REBEL HOSTAGES EVADE THEIR GUARDS.

    Graphic details have been received of the escape of prisoners of the loyalists who were held as hostages in Fort Guadalupe, following the fall of Irun in the north of Spain. ...

    Article : 736 words
  17. LABOUR LEAGUES' DEFIANCE.

    Resolutions condemning the latest act of the State A.L.P. executive in threatening further expulsions if Labour leagues allowed the expelled members to address them, were carried ...

    Article : 98 words
  18. NEW R.A.F. BOMBER.

    Although great secrecy surrounds the new Fairey Battle monoplanes, it is estimated that in slightly more than 10 minutes these bombers could fly from the Fairey aerodrome, near ...

    Article : 256 words
  19. APPEAL TO PARIS

    The Court of Appeal at Noumea has rejected the appeal of the Japanese captains of the two sampans, recently seized off the coast, and later forfeited. ...

    Article : 275 words
  20. £100,000.

    About £100,000 is available under the will of the late Mrs. Elizabeth Kirby, formerly of Cremorne, for application to the project for the assistance of ...

    Article : 150 words
  21. NAZI RALLY.

    Special trains are pouring into Nuremberg the advance guard of hundreds of thousands of participants in the annual Nazi rally, which will last for a week. There will be parades, ...

    Article : 250 words
  22. RECEIVES NO WAGES.

    According to a statement made at the last meeting of the Lidcombe Council, a married man employed by it goes home every week without a penny in his pocket, because he ...

    Article : 290 words
  23. FRANCE'S FRIENDS.

    The correspondent of "The Times" in Paris says:"The visit to Paris of the Polish General-Issimo (General Rydz Smlgly) has concluded. Official circles regard the result as highly ...

    Article : 288 words
  24. DROUGHT VICTIMS.

    In an informal broadcast address last night, President Roosevelt reported to the American people his observations in the drought areas of the west, and outlined a formula to relieve ...

    Article : 127 words
  25. SHOOTING IN STREET.

    Edward McDermott, 36, was shot in Shepherd-street, Darlington, within a few yards of his home late last night. It is believed that a young man fired a fusillade of shots and ...

    Article : 191 words
  26. BONES IN SHAFT.

    Human bones were found in an abandoned mine shaft on the outskirts of Bingara, in northern New South Wales last Friday. It is believed that they are the remains of a ...

    Article : 179 words
  27. KING POPULAR.

    Crowds witnessed the departure of King Edward VIII, late last night. His visit has enormously increased the popularity of Britain. The Turks were delighted by the informal ...

    Article : 138 words
  28. VETERAN ELEPHANT.

    Taronga Zoological Park's veteran, Jessie, the Elephant, celebrated another milestone in her serene life yesterday. Attired in special Indian robes, the elephant paraded among ...

    Article : 123 words
  29. MRS. MARKHAM'S FLIGHT.

    Mrs. Beryl Markham, who made a successful east-west solo crossing of the Atlantic on Sunday, arrived in New York from Nova Scotia, by a special aeroplane to-day, and was ...

    Article : 82 words
  30. N.Z. MINES IDLE.

    All Waikato collieries are idle. Truckers and men on day wages are demanding an increase in wages and a 40-hour week. The Minister for Mines is on his way to ...

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