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  6. SIX DAYS SINCE KOOKABURRA DISAPPEARED IN CENTRAL AUSTRALIA

    IT is now six days since Flight-Lieut. Anderson and mechanic Hitchcock, in the Kookaburra, vanished into the wastes of Northern Central Australia. The country in which Anderton it believed to have ...

    Article : 374 words
  7. SURPLUS £4,095,000

    MR. Winston Churchill's eagerly awaited Budget speech, which is expected to have a profound influence on the Conservative Party's return to power after the general election in May, was delivered to a crowded House of ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  8. RETIRING POLICE CHIEF WELCOMES SUCCESSOR

    Mr. Mitchell, retiring Commission of Police, on the right, welcomes his successor, Mr. W. H. Childe, who assumed control to-day. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. FOREIGN EDITOR'S DIARY

    THE Rudget is distinetly an electioncering Budget. The Chancellor appeals to the three great vote-swingers, the housewife, the brewer. ...

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  10. WAR AHEAD

    "THE Common Sense of World Peace" was the subject of an addres by Mr. H. G. Wells to the R[?] here to-day. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  11. OLD CLUE

    FOR two years tha Crecho-Slovene Consul in Paris has never ceased to look for a certain hand-writing on applications ...

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  12. BUDGET DETAILS

    DETAILS of Mr Winston Churchill's Budget speech will be found on Page 5. ...

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  13. SPEED KINO

    "WHEN we thanked God for the dinner we were about to receive. I could not help saying to our chairman 'Thank God that Sir ...

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  14. ROYAL LEAD IN AIDING MINERS

    One of the cottages which, at a cost or £161 each, it is proposed to erect to house workless British miners who may be moved from theirs own areas to other districts, with a view of providing them employment. The Prince of Wales, who bought the first two built, is shown ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  15. AIRMEN SOUGHT IN WILD COUNTRY

    A view in the Macdionnell Ranges, not far from Alice Springs, which is typical of parts of Central Australian now being searched for Flight. Lieutenent Anderson and Machanic H. S. Hitchcock, who have been missing six days in the aeroplane, Kookaburra. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  16. POLO

    "Double Bridle." in this week's "Sporting and Dramatic News," contributes an article entitled, "The Achievement Australian ...

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  17. IN HUGE TRIANGLE

    It is believed that the Kookaburra is somewhere in a huge triangle, of which the points are Tanami, Tennant's Creek, and Alice Springs. this region is almost ...

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  19. FIRST FOG?

    FOGS are expected in the metropolitan area and on the South Coast to-night and to-morrow morning, according to the State ...

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  20. MIGRANT SLUMP

    WHATEVER plans the Government may submit at the forthcoming election to liberalise and accelerate Empire settlement. It is ...

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  21. BOOSTING APPLES

    AUSTRALIA House has discontinued the sale of apples from two stalls outside its main entrance. Westminster City Council pointed out ...

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  22. IN MEMORY OF A.I.F. UGHT HORSE

    IN memory of the dead of the Australian Light Horse Regiments, which served in the Great War, a service will be held at the Cenotaph at 5.31 p.m. ...

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