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  4. ARCHBISHOP DUHIG HITS OUT

    "CONTENTIOUS legislation unworthy of a British Parliament This is how Archbishop Duhig described legislation now proposed by the Queensland Government ...

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  5. War Clouds in East

    Alarming reports of troop movements continue to reach here through foreign travellers in Siberia. It is stated that the Soviet is steadily massing forces on the Soviet-Mauchoukuo borders, ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 218 words
  6. £2,000,000 FOR FLOOD PREVENTION

    Expenditure up to £2,000,000 is recommended by the special committee appointed by the Bureau of Industry to investigate the problem of flood prevention. ...

    Article : 791 words
  7. DIVERSION AT REICHSTAG TRIAL

    A Reichstag porter named Hornemann, created a diversion at the Reichstag fire trial when, after declaring that he had ...

    Article : 216 words
  8. "DOCTORS" DISAGREE

    "We are the only State budgeting for an increased deficit and the only one that shows an increased number of unemployed. Is ...

    Article : 88 words
  9. FRENCH CRISIS

    The political confusion is complete. The President's task in securing the formation of a Ministry is unusually difficult because ...

    Article : 258 words
  10. STOP PRESS

    Wonthaggi Mines Idle.--All the mines at Wonthaggi, employing 1,300 men, were idle to-day owing to a ...

    Article : 185 words
  11. GAINE CARRINGTON'S CAULFIELD CUP

    How Gaine Carrington won the Caulfield Cup in the Australian record time--2 mins. 28½ sees. Jimmie Boy was second and Oro third. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  12. THE CRACKSMAN'S LAMENT

    The high cost and low returns of burglary as a profession is the latest revelation in the world's economic ...

    Article : 108 words
  13. HOLLYWOOD SUICIDE

    The police report that Robert Mantell, 21, son of the late Shakespearean actor of that name, shot and killed himself early to-day in a flat ...

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  14. THREE KILLED

    A message from MacKeesport (Pennsylvania) states that three men were killed and nine injured to-day in a slate fall at the ...

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  15. SCHOOLGIRL KILLED

    An eight-year-old girl named Lorraine Thomson while returning from school was knocked down after alighting from a car by a passing motor lorry and ...

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  16. THE REICHSTAG FIRE TRIAL

    The Reichstag fire trial was opened before the German Supreme Court in the Reichsgericht in Leipzig. The Reichstag, or German Parliamentary Budding, was fired on February 27. Five men are charged with incendiarism, the mam accused being the Dutchman, Marinus Van der Lubbe. Preparations far the case took more than six months. Van der Lubbe is seated in the dock--the second row--wearing prison clothes. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  17. IMPATIENCE TO QUIT SCHOOL

    Taking his cue from the headmistress' lament that modern girls A prize distribution in London, suggested that girls ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  18. MONSTROUS FRENCH CRIME

    Another case of monstrous murder, perpetrated this time at Montpellier, has been heard by the courts. Jean Tourel, a former municipal employee, was scalded to death by his wife and mother-in-law. The latter disapproved of her ...

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