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  2. BRITAIN'S AIR RAID DEFENCE

    LONDON, January 11.—Although, in yesterday's interview with London journalists, the Lord Privy Seal (Sir John Anderson) defended the Government against most of the criticisms of the air raid precautions, he is ...

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  3. DUCE ."MAY START WAR"

    NEW YORK, January 11.—The Washington correspondent of the New York Times understands that the Ambassadors to Britain and ...

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  4. WHERE ROME TALKS WILL TAKE PLACE

    The Palazzo Venezia, Rome, where the British Prime Minister (Mr. Chamberlain), and Signor Mussolini will hold ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. UNITY WITH FRANCE CONFIRMED

    LONDON, January 11.—Speculation continues regarding the outcome of the talks in Rome, where the Prime Minister (Mr. Chamberlain) and the Foreign Secretary (Lord Halifax) are due this afternoon. ...

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  6. GERMAN EXPORTS

    LONDON, January 11.—The British wool trade is anxious concerning the reported increase of 100 per cent, in Germany's ...

    Article : 276 words
  7. £3,400,000,000 Spent On Arms Last Year

    GENEVA, January 11. — World expenditure on armaments last year, excluding Germany, totalled £3,400,000,000 compared with ...

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  8. ROBBED FIRM OF £2,200,000

    NEW YORK, January 10.—Three brothers of Philip Musica to-day pleaded guilty to violations of the Securities and Exchange Act. ...

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  9. Mr. Bruce To Attend Defence Council

    HOBART, Wednesday.—The Prime Minister (Mr. Lyons) announced last night that a meeting of the Defence Council Commission would be held in ...

    Article : 75 words
  10. DUKE WILL NOT SEE CUP

    LONDON, January 10.—It was stated to-day that there is no possibility of the Duke and Duchess of Kent arriving in Australia in time to attend the ...

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  11. PROPERTY OF GERMAN JEWS

    LONDON, January 11.—The Berlin correspondent of the Daily Telegraph understands that the President of the Reichsbank ...

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  12. Rumanian Agreement

    BUCHAREST, January 11.—Under an agreement which settles the differences between the German minority and the Rumanian Government, the ...

    Article : 57 words
  13. Victorian Crash

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday,—John Sherwin, 27, of Balnarring Road. Mornington, received a fractured skull, broken arm, and a probable fracture of ...

    Article : 53 words
  14. PRICE OF GOLD

    LONDON, January 11.—Gold is quoted to-day at £7/8/10 a fine ounce, compared with £7/9/ yesterday. The dollar is quoted at 4.67¼ to the ...

    Article : 44 words
  15. London Metal Market

    LONDON, January 11.—Metal prices were steady to-day, as follows:—Copper, £43/15/ per ton; tin, £217/5/: lead, English, £16/15/; foreign, £14/15/ ...

    Article : 32 words
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  17. OFFENSIVES IN SPAIN

    LONDON, January 11.—The Republicans claim to be continuing their advance in the Estremadura front. They have captured a number of ...

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  18. FINANCIAL AID TO CHINA

    LONDON, January 11.—Although at the moment the British Government does not contemplate imposing a general trade embargo against Japan, it is ...

    Article : 281 words
  19. MR. CHAMBERLAIN'S UMBRELLA

    LONDON, January 10.—"My umbrella is too old, and too ordinary, to be displayed," wrote the Prime Minister (Mr. Chamberlain) to the ...

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  20. German Trade Talks In Rome Failed

    LONDON, January 11.—The economic talks between Germany and Italy, for which the German Minister for Economics (Dr. Funk) ...

    Article : 153 words
  21. Six Arabs Sentenced To Death

    JERUSALEM, January 11.—A Military Court yesterday sentenced to death six Arabs who were captured in the engagement in the Hebron hills on ...

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  22. Japanese Raid Chungking

    SHANGHAI January 11.—Nearly 100 Japanese aeroplanes, under cover of a heavy fog, raided General Chiang Kai-shek's headquarters at Chungking ...

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  23. TREASON IN GERMANY

    BERLIN, January 10 — Ernst Nlekisch, a German journalist, who with two companions, was tried in secret, was sentenced to penal servitude ...

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  24. New Rabbi For Sydney

    LONDON, January 11.—Rabbi Morris Swift, of the Brixton Synagogue, has accepted a call to the Great Synagogue, Sydney. He will sail for Australia in July. ...

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  25. Scientist Defends Belief In Bible Prophecy

    LONDON, January 10.—The 89-year-old Sir Ambrose Fleming, scientist and philosopher, who in 1935 championed the Bible against the Darwinian theory of evolution, emerged from his retirement for the purpose of defending the Bible. ...

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  26. Record Recruiting In Britain

    LONDON, January 11.—Record recruiting returns continue to be made for the territorial army. On January 1 the strength had reached 224,039. ...

    Article : 82 words
  27. 10,092 Fishermen Killed

    The Hong Kong correspondent of the Daily Telegraph states that 10,092 fishermen, representing 10 per cent of Hong Kong's fishing population, have ...

    Article : 76 words
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