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  2. Catalonia Weakening.

    LONDON, Feb. 7.—The diplomatic correspondent of the Times' says that how to avoid further bloodshed in Spain is one of the ...

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  3. The Tropical Coast.

    BRISBANE, Feb. 8.—Further heavy rain fell in the tropical coast during the 24 hours ended at 9 o'clock this morning. Outstanding registrations ...

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  4. Magnesium Alloys.

    QUEENSTOWN (Tasmania), Feb. 8.—Developments of vital Importance to the Tosmanian aircraft manufacturing industry are ...

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    In the big sea running at Manly, Sydney, there were many accidents at the surf Carnival. This picture shows John Perkins, of Cronulla, being treated on the beach. He was struck on the head in the senior surf boat race.? ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. Air Raid Precautions.

    BRISBANE, Feb. 8. — Fifty-one selected key men from Government departments and public undertakings, Including ambulance,fire brigade, City ...

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  7. Irish Free State.

    LONDON, Feb. 7. — President de Valera sprang a surprise In the Eire Senate to-night when, intervening in the partition debate, he ...

    Article : 319 words
  8. Palestine Question.

    LONDON, Feb. 7.—Following the Prime Minister's (Mr. N. Chamberlain) speech in opening the discussions with the Arab ...

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    CANBERRA, Feb. 8.—It is regarded as unlikely that extra taxation will be Imposed before the end of the present financial year to help to meet the ...

    Article : 48 words
  10. Dr. Mayne's Estate.

    BRISBANE, Feb. 8.—Dr. James O'Neill Mayne, who died on January 31, left his entire estate, except personal belongings, to the ...

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  11. Federal Elections.

    SYDNEY, Feb. 8.—The Lang party decided to d?fy the advice of Inter-State Labor leaders and to proceed with its plans for the ...

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    TOWNSVILLE, Feb. 8.—As a sequel to a great recruiting rally in the Theatre Royal to-night, 39 recruits enlisted. The meeting was addressed ...

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  13. Avalanche in Japan.

    TOKIO, Feb. 8.—Ten miners were killed and ten seriously Injured when an avalanche buried Sugino village. There were 80 miners rescued from the ...

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    TOWNSVILLE, Feb. 8.—The coastal belt extending from Townsville to Cairns again participated in the rain that fell to-day. Following on the ...

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  15. Disastrous Floods.

    DURBAN, Feb. 8.—Fifteen were drowned and thousands are homeless in Natal and Transvaal owing to heavy floods. Bridges and roads have ...

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  16. Armaments Race.

    WASHINGTON, Feb. 7.—President Roosevelt, at a Press conference, said that the manufacture of American anti-aircraft equipment had been ...

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    LONDON, Feb. 7. — The House of Commons to-day gave the second reading to the Czechoslovakia Financial Assistance Bill after the Chancellor of ...

    Article : 65 words
  18. Woman's Death.

    GYMPIE, Feb. 8.—Mrs. Jessie M'Gill (48) was admitted to the General Hospital at 6.30 this morning, suffering from extensive ...

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    SYDNEY, Feb. 8.—What assistance Australia might give to Great Britain in time of war was entirely one for Australia herself to determine, Mr. ...

    Article : 122 words
  20. Heat to Produce Cold.

    Refrigeration, Which has meant so much to the economic welfare of Australia and other countries producing perishable foodstuffs, is now ...

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    LONDON, Feb. 7.—A Rome message says it is rumored that Signor Mussolini will shortly unambiguously reassure Mr. Chamberlain, that he will ...

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    CAIRNS, Feb. 8,—Floodwaters which Isolated Cairns yesterday had fallen considerably to-day permitting a partial resumption of transport ...

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  23. Anti - Comintern Pact.

    LONDON, Feb. 7.—The correspondent of the 'Times' at Tokio says Japan is not likely to welcome the proposals for expanding the anti-Comintern ...

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    BRISBANE, Feb. 8.—Mrs. M. Fitzgibbon, a resident of Windsor, who drove a car from Mackay, carried a brown snake as a ...

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  25. France Determined.

    PARIS, Feb. 7.—The Minister for Foreign Affairs (M. Bonnet), In the Senate, declared in even stronger terms than hitherto that France would never ...

    Article : 179 words
  26. Dredging Equipment

    TOWNSVILLE, Feb. . 8.—After receiving the report and recommendations of the consulting engineers, Messrs. A, Gordon, ...

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    The following telegram was received yesterday morning by the district superintendent for railways (Mr. Hayes) from the general manager for ...

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    LONDON, Feb. 8.—The 'Daily Telegraph's' diplomatic correspondent says reports reaching London indicate that General Franco is becoming ...

    Article : 143 words
  29. Bomb Outrages.

    LONDON, Feb. 7. — Charles M'Carthy, and his son Thomas, were remanded at Bow-street, where they were charged with ...

    Article : 198 words
  30. The Pope's Health.

    VATICAN CITY, Feb. 7. — All Pontifical audiences have been cancelled. It is authoritatively, stated there was anxiety regarding the Pope's ...

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  31. Arson Admitted.

    MOREE, Feb. 8.—Harold Ernest Glen (24) was sentenced to two years' imprisonment by Mr. Justice Edwards at the Quarter ...

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  32. Anglo - German Trade.

    LONDON, Feb. 9.—In the House of Commons the President of the Board of Trade (Mr. Oliver Stanley) said that informal conversations had been ...

    Article : 137 words
  33. Colonial Work.

    BERLIN, Feb.7.—Dr. Schwarze- korps, explaining that it is necessary to view both the constructive achievements and weaknesses of ...

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  34. M.C.C. Secretary

    Mr Vernon Ran?ford, former international cricketer, who was recently appointed secretary of the Melbourne Cricket club. He ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  35. Australia's Foreign Policy And "Downing St. Flavor"

    "How much of Australia's foreign policy originates in Canberra in response to the actual currents of Australian opinion, and how ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  36. British Solomons.

    BRISBANE, Feb. 8.—Mr. C. R, Bignell, of Isabel plantations, Fulakora, who spent the last 31 years in the British Solomons, passed. through on ...

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    CANBERRA, Feb. 8 .—Largely because of the sharp import drop, Australia's overseas trading position for the first seven months of the year was ...

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  38. Restriction Policy.

    CANBERRA, Feb. 8. —It is unofficially estimated that., the Australian trade loss as a result of New Zealand's restriction policy on imports will ...

    Article : 74 words
  39. U.S.A. National Debt.

    WASHINGTON. Feb. 7.—Testifying before the Congressional Committee, the Secretary of the Treasury (Mr. Morgenthau) predicted that the ...

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    LONDON, Feb. 8.—Though nothing is settled it Is understood that a more modern ship is being substituted for the Narkunda for the Duke and ...

    Article : 34 words



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