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  5. Air Board's Attitude Causes Stir

    As a result of opposition of the Air Board to the establishment of an aviation college for the training of civil pilots, the Government may be obliged to abandon the scheme. The main contention of the Air Board is that if ...

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  7. SPANISH WAR

    The Spanish steamer Mar Caspio. of 3080 tons, from Newcastle-on-Tyne, which coaled at Bayonne, went ashore after it had been shelled by ...

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  8. Air Hostess

    Australian National Airways last week appointed Miss Helen Edwards, aged 23 years, of Wagga, to the position of air hostess, and ...

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  9. LORD KITCHENER DEAD

    A massage from Nairobi (East Africa) announces the death there of lord Kitchener of Khartoum and of Broome, aged 91 years. ...

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  10. MUTINIES AMONG REBELS

    Thirty officers and men at the Tetuan (Morocco) aircraft station were shot dead to-day for complicity in a conspiracy against the rebel government. ...

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  11. AIR DISASTERS

    The Premier of Tasmania (Mr. Ogilvie), who arrived in Sydney to-day on his way to attend the Coronation, referring to the recent air ...

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  12. RAILWAY STRIKE AVERTED

    A strike of 117,000 railwaymen has been averted through a wage parley initiated by the Minister for Labor (Mr. Rogers). The railways have ...

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  13. YOUNG MAN KILLED

    Patrick Tumbull, aged 20 yews, of Muswellbrook, was killed near here early to-day when a car rolled 40 feel down an embankment. Four other ...

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  14. BIG BRISBANE BLAZE

    Practically every fireman from the metropolitan stations was called out to fight the most spectacular blaze which the city has witnessed in years, ...

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  16. LOYALIST TACTICS

    The Madrid correspondent of the "Dally Telegraph" says that the loyalists are still diverting irrigation ditches, having flooded three square ...

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  17. MISSING DUCHESS

    Encompassing within a few words the record of an adventurous and courageous life, the "Daily Telegraph" to-day publishes what is ...

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  18. LOST LINERS

    The chairman of Airlines of Australia Ltd. (Mr. A. D, Allen) said to-day that the company had discussed the replacement of the two Stinson ...

    Article : 133 words
  19. £1,000,000 LOTTERY

    The disclosure that the Hospitals Association intended to urge the Government to institute a £1,000,000 lottery in New South "Wales was made ...

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  20. SOCIAL CREDIT GOVERNMENT

    The Douglas Credit Premier of Alberta (Mr. Aberhart) is facing a crisis as a result of the defeat of the proposal to withdraw his budget, 21 ...

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  21. 35 Lives Lost

    Thirty-five miners loft their lives to-day at the Durban gold-mines. The accident was caused ...

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  22. CONTROLLER'S COMMENT

    The controller of civil aviation (Captain E. C. Johnston) said to-day that it would be difficult for air companies to obtain men of sufficient ...

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  23. RUSSIAN TRAIN SMASH

    As the result of train smash on the trans-Causcasus railway in which two Red Army officers were seriously injured and coaches derailed, a ...

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  24. EARLIER STINSON CRASH

    Dramatic moments of the fatal crash of the Brisbane-Sydney Stinson air liner on February 19 were recited at the coronial inquiry into the ...

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  27. HIT-RUN DRIVER

    While Percy Harold M'Donald, aged 21 years, was walking across Cardigan-street, to-day, he was knocked down by a car. His nose was ...

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  28. UNIFORM CONTROL

    The Premiers of the States have been invited by the Federal Government to attend a conference at which an endeavor will be made to attain ...

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  29. PACIFIC FLIGHT

    After blazing a new air trail across the Pacific, the Pan-American Clipper under the command of Captain Musick, ailghted in Auckland Harbor ...

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