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  4. Submarine Sinks Soviet Steamer!

    An unknown submarine torpedoed and sank the Soviet steamer Timoryazed in the Mediterranean near Tigsirt. Algerian fishermen rescued and landed the crew of 29. ...

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  7. THREE YEARS

    At the Quarter Sessions to-day John Sterling, laborer; John Gaul, storeman; and Thomas Keating, laborer, who had pleaded guilty to two charges ...

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  8. NORTH COAST WRECK

    Further particulars of the wreck of the steamer Urana at Old Bar, Manning River, last night show that the fog was so thick ...

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  9. SLAUGHTERMEN ON STRIKE

    A strike occurred at Homebush Abattoirs to-day when the beef slaughtermen and their attendant laborers, numbering 200, struck work as a ...

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  10. FRANCE PERTURBED

    The "Daily Telegraph" states authoritatively that the French Cabinet discussed the possibility of a radical revision of its policy towards Spain. Ministers are most perturbed over the attacks on shipping in the Mediterranean, and the latest ...

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  11. MYSTERIOUS SHELL FIRE

    Two large calibre shells, presumably from a warship, passed over Frontignan, near Montpellier, last night, and exploded on waste land near a ...

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  12. CALLS FOR BLOOD DONORS

    Falling from his horse near his home, on the Temora road, Harry McMahon, 19, received internal injuries, and his condition is very serious. He ...

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  13. SEAS BATTER AWATEA

    With heavy fog hampering navigation and huge seas pounding her from stem to stern, the Union liner, Awatea, picked up a radio bearing beacon just ...

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  14. REFUGEES AND SOLDIERS BOMBED

    Scores of refugees and wounded soldiers were killed and many injured when Japanese aeroplanes bombed 200 awaiting transportation at the omnibus station at Woosung. SHANGHAI, Later. ...

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  15. WIFE ON MURDER CHARGE

    At the Central Criminal Court to-day Mary Cecilia Thomas, 39, was charged with having, at her home at Lane Cove, murdered her husband, William ...

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  16. TRAWLER v. SUBMARINE

    An unknown submarine attacked three merchantment under escort of a Spanish Government armed trawler, off Sosademar, on the Catalan, coast. ...

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  17. GENERAL'S WIFE

    It is revealed that Madame Kiang Kai-Shek attends meetings of the War Council at Nanking as secretary of the Aeronautical Society, and personally ...

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  18. DIVORCE COURT

    Mr. Justice Boyce, in the Divorce Court to-day, granted Mrs. Ethel Maude Hill a decree nisi for dissolution of her marriage with Royden ...

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  19. SPAIN

    A broadcast from the Rebel station at Santander states that talks have been opened for the surrender of Gijon. ...

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  20. MR. LYONS

    The Prime Minister (Mr. Lyons) was informed by letter from America that he had been "unanimously elected as honorary member of the International ...

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  21. China Expresses Regrets

    The Chinese Ambassador, Dr. Wang, conveyed to the Secretary of State his Government's regrets over the bombing of the President Hoover, and is ...

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  22. TWO KILLED

    Two Air Force officers were incinerated yesterday after their 'plane had crashed at Hamilton and had burst into flames. The victims were ...

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  24. PRESBYTERIAN MODERATOR

    Commenting on the poor attendance at the civic reception to the Moderator of the Presbyterian Church (the Right Rev. C. A. Grieve) ...

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  25. MARKET PRICES

    The following are the prices which ruled up to 10 a.m. yesterday at the Alexandria railway goods yard, as ascertained and made available by the ...

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  26. BURRINJUCK DAM

    A lengthy question relating to Burrinjuck Dam was placed on the notice paper in the Legislative Assembly by Mr. Ball (C.P.) yesterday. He asked ...

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  27. JAPANESE TRADE LAW

    It appears that the forthcoming new law to control trade and manufacture will empower the Minister of Commerce to regulate the industrial ...

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