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  2. Suggested Bounty of 1d. per lb. on Wool Produced in Australia

    [?] the Commonwealth Government should pay a bounty on wool produced in Australia was made by the president of the New South Wales Graziers' Association, Mr. Abbott, at tho annual conference today. He declared that t ...

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  3. "CANNOT BE DEFEATED"

    Britain's return to a mood of confidence and resolution was stressed by the Home Secretary (Sir Samuel Hoare), in striking speech in his ...

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  4. THE McKAY MYSTERY

    The possibility that Gordon Robert McKay is in Sydney is not being overlooked by the police, and an intensive search is being conducted for him. ...

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  5. TAREE MURDER

    Mr. Justice Maxwell, in the Criminal Court today, refused applications for the separate trials of Harold Percy Smith, 33, and Matilda Ann Edwards, ...

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  6. THE DEFENCE CONFERENCE IN NEW ZEALAND

    The British representatives to the conference between England and Australia and New Zealand, which will be shortly held are Sir Charles Luke ...

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  7. ROAD ACCIDENTS

    Three Sydney residents sustained fatal injures, and another was critically injured, when a motor car travelling to Melbourne got out of ...

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  8. RUSSO-JAPANESE SKIRMISH

    A skirmish in Man[?]cuo resulted in the Japanese [?]eventy Russians from the Japan' [?]rritory. The Russians lost [?] Japanese ...

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  9. THE 100th FLYING BOAT SERVICE FROM SYDNEY

    The flying boat Capella struck a submerged object when approaching the mooring buoy at Batavia, and was holed. At present it is resting in the mud, three-quarters submerged. The mails and passengers are continuing to Europe on normal ...

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  10. COMMUNIST SECRET POLICE

    The dreaded Communist secret police in Valencia have been dissolved, and the leaders arrested. Street righting continues. The central ...

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  11. MORE KILLED

    Forty terrorists, four Arab Legionaries, and a British officer are report[?] have been killed in battle near Cyria. Fifteen British planes routed ...

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  12. 2 MORE AIR FACTORIES

    The British Air Mission, now in Australia, is expected to recommend the erection of two assembly factories for the production of 'planes in the ...

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  13. BABY KILLED AND THREE BADLY INJURED

    A baby girl was kitted, and her baby brother, mother, and grandfather were badly injured, when a car travelling to Melbourne skidded and ...

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  14. SAFEBREAKERS OBTAIN £250

    A safe containing £250 was stolen from the Coronation hotel, City, over the week-end, and was today found at Chullora. The door had been blown ...

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  15. TENSION GROWING

    The Slovak Ministers have been sworn in, but the President of Czechoslovakia, Hacha, postponed the opening of the Parliamentary session from ...

    Article : 65 words
  16. CLOUD BURSTS IN QUEENSLAND

    Serious road blockades, caused by heavy rain during the last few days, occurred on the southern downs and in parts of south-eastern Queensland. ...

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  17. ALL-'INDIA CONGRESS

    The All-India Congress carried a motion of confidence in Gandhi, and dissociated itself from Britain's foreign policy as "aiding the dictators" ...

    Article : 110 words
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  19. VON CRAMM

    The German tennis player, Von Cramm, intends to compete in the American-Australian championships if visas are obtainable, but he will ...

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  20. WOMAN KILLED

    When the driver of a car was dazzled by headlights of an approaching car on the Geelong road at Braybrooke, about midnight, the car ...

    Article : 71 words
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  23. BUILDING INDUSTRY

    In the three days in Melbourne, Mr. J. Hodgens, New Zealand Labor M.P., interviewed 700 buildings industry workers, and selected 104 for ...

    Article : 84 words
  24. FATALLY INJURED

    Nellie Hosking, 25, of East Melbourne, was family injured at night when a motor cycle collided with a taxi cab. ...

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  25. FIVE KILLED

    A German 'plane, flying from Tripoli to Settin, crashed in Ferrara (Italy), owing to ice forming on the wings. Four officers and one civilian ...

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  26. ITALY EXPELS JEWS

    Thousands of Jewish men, women, and children, whom the Fascist police expelled from Italy en masse, are wandering in the Alpine passes, ...

    Article : 61 words
  27. SAVAGE CONFLICTS

    Before the Communists surrendered, bitter fighting raged in the fashionable north-east corner, of Madrid, and, despite the surrender, ...

    Article : 122 words
  28. MADRID

    General Miaja, head of the Madrid Defence Council, claims that the Communist revolt has ended, and that the Republicans have cleared ...

    Article : 70 words
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