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  4. JAPAN'S "NEW ORDER"

    LONDON, February 23.—"Civilising Japanese aeroplanes are again creating a new order in the Far East," says the Daily ...

    Article : 360 words
  5. BRISBANE PAPERS FACE STRIKE

    NOTICE was served yesterday by the Queensland branch of the Printing Industry Employees' Union of Australia that it had ...

    Article : 842 words
  6. BID TO SAVE INSURANCE

    CANBERRA, Thursday.—In a last minute effort to save national insurance, social services supporters in the United Australia Party will suggest on Wednesday that the financial commitments under the scheme should be reduced. ...

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  7. FEDERAL MINISTERS IN BRISBANE

    Two Federal Ministers visited Brisbane yesterday. Above: The Minister for Commerce (Sir Earle Page), on the right, talking to Mr. J. A. J. Hunter. M.H.R.. at the Queensland Country ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  8. AUSTRALIA COULD SEND NO ARMY TO EUROPE

    VARIOUS aspects of defence, among other matters, marked the chief speeches last night, when two Country Party members of the Federal Cabinet—the Minister for Commerce (Sir Earle Pace) and the ...

    Article : 518 words
  9. Mr. Bruce To Speak On International Affairs

    The address by the Australian High Commissioner in London (Mr. Bruce), at the City Hall, on Monday night, will be on "Some aspects of the ...

    Article : 101 words
  10. THREE MEN GASSED IN MINE

    KALGOORLIE, Thursday.—On the eve of selling out his share in the mine and going for a world tour the part-owner of Maybell ...

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  11. SEARCH PARTY REDUCED

    Police from Rockhampton who have been searching in the Dawson and Callide valleys for James Francis Crane, 23, who escaped from Stewart's ...

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  13. GIRL BURGLAR TRAPPED

    Late last night police captured a young woman burglar who has been eluding them for about two weeks by clever, frequent, and rapid changes of ...

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  14. TORPEDOED SHIP'S SOS MYSTERY DEEPENS

    Mystery surrounds the picking up on Wednesday of an SOS from a ship in the Atlantic, the message declaring that she had been torpedoed by a submarine and was sinking. One steamer, on arrival at the spot indicated—200 miles off the ...

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  15. NOTICE BOARD OFFENDS

    CANBEERA, Thursday.—Federal Government House is faced with the possibility of a strike just as extensions that will cost £25,000 are being made in ...

    Article : 112 words
  16. DAILY FEATURES

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  17. Perth-Ciano Talks

    LONDON, February 23.—Confirmation is not obtainable in London of an assertion by the London correspondent of the Rome newspaper [?] ...

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  18. Germany Expects Good Wheat Harvest

    BERLIN, February 23.—It is estimated that the wheat harvest for 1938, excluding that of Austria and Sudetenland, will be 14,295,000 tons, an increase ...

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  19. INTER-STATE TEMPERATURES

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