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  2. HAIPING ABANDONED

    BRISBANE, Monday.--The heavy sens off the Queensland coast won the light with the disabled steamer Halping, formerly the Cralgend, and the vessel was ...

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  3. WAS QUEEN MARIE POISONED?

    The possibility of sinister reasons for Dowager Queen Marie's illness is suggested by the Bucharest correspondent of the "Dally Telegraph," who says:--"She ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 245 words
  4. LABOR DAY MARCH THROUGH CITY.

    Social propaganda displays--the moving spirit of Labor day processions--was well in evidence in the 1937 march which was conducted through the city yesterday. With the civil war in Spain, the conflict between Fascism and ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. ON HILLS AND BEACHES.

    Radiant sunshine was experienced for the Labor day celebrations yesterday. The lure of a perfect summer morning took many early starters on the road to ...

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  6. HOLIDAY ACCIDENTS.

    Following on a week end which was marked by a long road accident list, last night again saw another heavy road toll. From 8 p.m. onwards, all the ...

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  7. DROVER DROWNED.

    Five people, including a woman, dived for more than an hour before they recovered the body of Theodore Oxley, 36 years, Roberts-street, East Brunswick, ...

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  8. CHAOS IN SPAIN.

    The Paris newspaper "Le Jour" attributes the Spanish Ministerial crisis to an anarchist effort to displace Senor Caballero, and adds that Moscow has ...

    Article : 754 words
  9. AUSTRALIAN MUNITIONS.

    WELLINGTON, Monday.--As Great Britain has found the demand for munitions so great that it is almost impossible to supply requirements, the Dominion ...

    Article : 213 words
  10. STATE COAL MINE.

    WONTHAGGI, Monday.--Coal-getting operations at the State coal mine have been suspended, and there will be no work at any of the pits of the mine for ...

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  11. ROUND-WORLD FLIGHT.

    Miss Amelia Earhart (Mrs. Putnam) was unable to commence her round-the-world flight yesterday owing to a storm raging between here and Honolulu. She ...

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  12. GUILE FOR ARABS.

    Signor Mussolini is making a triumphal progression through Libya to Tunisia, while Moslem leaders hall him as "Protector of the Faithful." He claims in a ...

    Article : 426 words
  13. LATE NEWS.

    ROME. Monday. -- The newspaper "Stampa" understands that Marconi has solved the problem upon which he has long been working of transmitting ...

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  14. BRITISH SEA POWER.

    The naval correspondent of the "Manchester Guardian," re-emphasising the significance of the announcement by the First Lord of the Admiralty (Sir Samuel ...

    Article : 281 words
  15. Three-Year-Old Child Drowned.

    PORT FAIRY, Monday.--Boarding School Bay, South Beach, was the scene of a tragic drowning this morning, when Shirley, the three-year-old daughter of ...

    Article : 304 words
  16. THREATENED WITH BLINDNESS

    A former Australian engineer, James Baker, 83 years, who had been living in the Riviera for live years, has died from knife wounds in the throat. ...

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  17. LOAN MUST SUCCEED.

    The French Minister of Defence (M. Daladier), in a broadcast speech in support of the second portion of the defence loan, which will be issued ...

    Article : 93 words
  18. FLOUR PRODUCTION.

    Manchukuo's flour production is approaching 35,000,000 sacks a year, states the newspaper "Asahl." This is due largely to the expansion ...

    Article : 71 words
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