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  5. Momentous Talks in Europe

    With Sir Earle Page's delegation arriving in London on the same day as M. Daladier's delegation from France, Australia will have first-hand contact with the crowded programme of European happenings which are expected ...

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  6. BRITAIN AND EIRE

    British and Eire Ministers have reached an agreement and Mr. de Valera. and his colleagues are to visit London for the purpose of signing on Monday ...

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  7. PROVISION FOR DEFENCE

    "The Times" says that the AngloEire agreement provides for co-operation in defence to which the annuity payments will be diverted. ...

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  8. EIRE PRESIDENT ELECTED

    The Protestant son of a Protestant clergyman—Dr. Douglas Hyde, aged 78 years—has been elected the first president of Eire at a salary of £15,000 a year. ...

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  9. CAPTAIN EDEN

    The political correspondent of the Associated Press understands that a meeting occurred in Yorkshire during the week-end between Lord Halifax ...

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  10. DEFENCE MONEY

    Additional defence, expenditure in New South Wales during 1938-39 will amount to £981,000 and will include £507,000 for new-works. ...

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  11. MISSING MOULAMEIN GIRL

    Mavis Murray, the missing 19-year-old Moulamein girl, for whom police have been searching, was seen in Melbourne on Thursday in a car driven by ...

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  12. £1250 DAMAGES

    A verdict for Cecil Osbert Chambers for damages of £1250 was returned by a Causes Court jury last night in Chambers' action against Pennsylvania ...

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  13. POPE'S DOCTOR ILL

    Vatican prelates are worried because the Pope's trusted physician, Professor Milani, is in bed with rheumatism and the Pope refuses to see another doctor. ...

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  14. LOAN MONEY

    More loan money will be spent on works in New South Wales next year than during 1937-38. The Loan Council has sanctioned ...

    Article : 115 words
  15. SIMONE SIMON

    Simone Simon, the film star, stormed into the District Attorney's office and demanded an investigation of a shrinkage of between £3750 and £12,500 in her ...

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  16. HOSPITAL WORKS

    Modernisation of hospitals throughout New South Wales is costing at least £400,000 a year, it was officially stated to-day. ...

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  17. BRITAIN AND GERMANY

    It is authoritatively suggested here that the German Government expects a resumption of the Anglo-German talks initiated when ...

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  18. SYDNEY WHEAT MARKET

    The Sydney wheat market was steady, but quiet, to-day, with very little business passing. Offers for country wheat advanced ...

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  19. "SMASH-GRAB" RAID

    Lismore police are investigating the second "smash-grab" raid perpetrated here in the last six months. Early this morning the window of H. ...

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  20. GERMANS IN CZECHOSLOVAKIA

    KARLSBAD (Czechoslovakia), Sunday.—Speaking at the Congress, of the Sudeten Germany Party, Herr Henlein declared that the party's policy ...

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  21. ROYAL SHOW

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  22. BOY DROWNED IN WATERHOLE

    Two sobbing children Imploring aid for their drowning nine-year-old comrade was the first indication to-day of a drowning tragedy at a waterhole in ...

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  23. JUDGE RUTHERFORD

    The broadcast which was to have been made from Sydney to-morrow by Judge Rutherford, leader of Jehovah's Witnesses, has been banned by the ...

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  24. MAN SHOT

    Arthur Neilson, aged 56 years, was shot through the stomach at Ipswich last night when he was ordered by an armed bandit to put his hands up. ...

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  25. SYDNEY TRAFFIC

    City streets are to be replanned in an attempt to overcome traffic congestion. During the Loan Council discussions, the Premier pointed out that the ...

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  26. ANTI-NAZI EDITOR ASSAULTED

    Four men invaded the offices of the editor of an anti-Nazi magazine; stripped him. beat him and painted swastikas on his body. They then ...

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  27. INFANT'S DEATH

    A reward of £100 will be paid by the State Government for information which will lead to the arrest and conviction of the person, or persons, who ...

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  28. DELEGATE BRUTALLY ATTACKED

    Allegations that Mr. W. Crook, of Kurri Kurri, a delegate from the Miners' Federation, had been brutally attacked by a basher gang at the ...

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  30. KING'S CAR IN COLLISION

    As the King's car was entering Windsor Castle another car, driven by Lt. Levett, of the North Staffordshire regiment, Aldershot, collided with it from ...

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  31. YOUTH'S ESCAPE

    With only, a few feet to spare, a Melbourne-bound electric train was pulled up in front of an unconscious youth lying on the line at Collingwood ...

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  33. FOREIGNERS IN FRANCE

    [?] The decision to tighten control over foreigners has already resulted in notification of expulsion orders against 220 undesirable aliens, of whom six ...

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  34. REHOUSING PLANS

    It is believed that opposition in political circles will probably cause the State Government to modify considerably the wide powers of the draft bill ...

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  35. TALK WITH FRANCE

    The discussions between British and French naval, military and air staffs will be more comprehensive than was anticipated. ...

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  36. OUR CABLE SERVICE

    By special arrangement, Reuter's world service, in addition to other special sources of information, is used in the compilation of the overseas ...

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