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  4. IN SHADOW OF RED ARMY

    Here Hitler to-day announced the extension, of the period of compulsory military service to two years. An official Nazi commentary on the extension of conscription says: "While the great Olympic festival ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. PHYSICAL AND MENTAL FITNESS OF THE POLICE

    Questions concerning the examination of members of the police force by the Medical Board were asked In Parliament to-day by Mr. W. A. Brand ...

    Article : 163 words
  6. SINGLE GIRL'S DEATH

    It was alleged by a police witness to-day in the Coroner's Court when giving evidence at inquest into the death of a single girl in a Brisbane private hospital that an anonymous letter received at the C.I. ...

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  7. WESTERN ABYSSINIA

    The Special representative of the "News Chronicle" announces that 60 Galla chiefs in Abyssinia, ...

    Article : 110 words
  8. WON HIS SHOOT

    B. S. Glennie, winner of the Fourex Trophy at the Rifle Shoot at Enoggera. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. Question of Australian as Governor

    "The appointment of Sir Leslie Wilson for a further term of five years indicates that the recommendations of the Queensland, Government in favour of ...

    Article : 92 words
  10. Snow on Alps Gives Sydney 51.8 Minimum

    The severe southern, disturbance which covered the whole of New South Wales yesterday has moved to, sea. To-day, the minimum temperature in Sydney ...

    Article : 110 words
  11. 445 Golden Gasket Agencies

    There are 202 Golden Casket agencies in Brisbane and 243 elsewhere in the State. This information was given ...

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  12. Wind at 33 m.p.h. in To-day's Heavy Gusts

    Observations in Brisbane to-day showed that at a height of 3,000 feet winds reached a velocity of 33 ...

    Article : 307 words
  13. SIR D. CAMERON TRORHY WINNER

    J. Williamson, of the Sydney Rifle Club, who won of the Sir Donald, Cameron trophy at Enoggera to-day. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  14. Unemployed Statistics

    The number of males registered as unemployed at the Labour Exchanges in Queensland at June 30 last ...

    Article : 96 words
  15. Weather Bureau Hint on Bushfire Risk

    Dry conditions and squally westerlies still indicate increased bush and grass fire risks, states a special bush ...

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  16. Stop Press

    HIGH SPEECH INQUIRY—The hearing of evidence at the High Speech inquiry was concluded this afternoon and the stewards will ...

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  17. "£1 GOES FURTHER IN QUEENSLAND THAN VICTORIA"

    What he termed a "glaring in accuracy" In the opening speech of the Leader of the Opposition (Mr. E. B. Maher), was pointed ...

    Article : 216 words
  18. STOCKINGS OR BARE LEGS?

    "Stockings or bare legs?" is the subject of a dispute amongst the women cricketers who are celebrating the tenth anniversary of their entry into the' game. Ten teams are competing in a week's carnival at Colwall, ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  19. KING'S VISIT TO ATHENS

    The Acropolis will be floodlit during the visit of King Edward, He will arrive to-morrow, and plans to visit the neighbouring ...

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  20. YOUNG AIR TRAVELLER

    Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Robinson, with their six months old son, Michael, who are travelling from Cairns to Sydney by plane. They left Brisbane in the Airlines of Australia Stinson to-day. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  21. Inquiry to be Held into Mayne Collision

    A railway departmental Inquiry will be held Into the collision between two engines at Mayne Junction last night, Mr. C. A. Murton (secretary) said ...

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  22. NAVAL BASE REQUESTED.

    Cooktown, August 24 At a meeting or returned soldiers it was decided to urge that Cooktown be made a naval base. ...

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