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  2. Advertising

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  3. NEW TURN IN TRADE TALKS

    LONDON, July 17.—A new turn—though it would be premature to regard the prospects with unqualified optimism—has been taken in the Anglo—Australian trade talks. Yesterday, for the first time for several weeks, the ...

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  4. SACRED TO AUSTRALIANS

    Australian war memorial at Villers-Bretonneux from the air. In the foreground are the entrance gates, with the Stone of Remembrance in the centre. The Cross of Sacrifice is in the middle distance. The memorial tower in the rear has engraved on its walls the names of the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. PAGEANTRY IN FRANCE

    VILLERS - BRETONNEUX, July 17.—Northern France has not known for years such a blaze of pageantry as will accompany the ...

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  6. BOWES IN AGAIN

    LONDON, July 17.—The team from which the English eleven for the fourth Test at Leeds, to begin on Friday, will ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. REDUCED SUGAR QUOTAS

    LONDON, July 17.—As an outcome of the sugar conference it is officially announced that Australia, South Africa, and the British ...

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  8. £5000 LESS FOR CRICKETERS

    NOTTINGHAM, July 17.—After the small attendance at the Nottingham match yesterday the Australians' share of the takings of ...

    Article : 321 words
  9. Two Flying Boats In Collision

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  10. "BACK TO CHURCH" CAMPAIGN IN BRISBANE

    Unexpected visitors will arrive on the doorstep of many a Brisbane home in the next few weeks. They will be from the church. This will be part of an intensive campaign to be launched by the ...

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  11. SUCCESS AFTER TWENTY YEARS

    ESK, Sunday.—Mr. T. Tuite is a sticker. For 20 years he has competed in novice camp draft ...

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    Two picture theatres and two shops at Toowong were entered by thieves on Saturday night, but little was stolen. ...

    Article : 138 words
  13. EXAGGERATED NATIONALISM

    ROME, July 17.—In a speech at his summer residence at Castel Gandolfo yesterday the Pope denounced exaggerated nationalism, which, he ...

    Article : 109 words
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  15. CAR PLUNGES INTO RIVER

    LISMORE, Sunday.—James Sweeney, a Lismore undertaker, and his two daughters, aged 10 and 6 years, narrowly escaped drowning when the car ...

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  16. MEAT STRIKE ENDING

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—It is expected that terms for a settlement of the meat strike, agreed to at a conference of officials of the ...

    Article : 156 words
  17. Lord Mayor's Plan For Seized Lands

    The Lord Mayor (Alderman Jones) said last night that his idea was to hand over to the Real Estate Institute land which had come into the ...

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  18. King Out of Doors

    LONDON, July 17.—For the first time since his illness, the King, accompanied by the Queen, walked in the grounds of the Royal Lodge, Windsor yesterday. ...

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  19. In Other Pages

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 210 words
  20. OFFICIAL MISSION TO BRISBANE

    Dr. Pao (left), the Chinese Consul-Gencral, who is on an official visit to Brisbane, with Mr. A. Hing, president of the N.S.W. Chinese Chamber of Commerce, at a dinner given in their honour by the Chinese community of Brisbane on Saturday night, (See page 3.) ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  21. WOMEN AS MINISTERS

    LONDON, July 17.—"The admission of women into the Ministry might stop the rot in Methodism. The experiment would profoundly encourage the ...

    Article : 163 words
  22. Cycled To Doctor For Snake Bite Treatment

    ROMA, Sunday.—Gathering wood under his house on Saturday morning, Hilton Cosgrove was bitten on the second finger of the right hand by a ...

    Article : 81 words
  23. Franco Honours Goering And Ciano

    BURGOS, July 17.—General Franco's Cabinet has decided to confer decorations on the German Minister for Air (Field-Marshal Goering) and the ...

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