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    The death has occurred, at the age of 77, of Sir Matthew Nathan, a former Governor of Queensland and Chancellor of the Queensland University, and a distinguished soldier, scholar ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    REVIEWING the trade route protection exercises, the commanding officer of the R.A.A.F. station at Richmond (Group Captain Delarue) said he had ...

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  6. Threat by Country Party

    An ultimatum they Sir Earle Page will retain the Prime Ministership unless Mr. R. C. Menzies resigns the leadership of the United Australia Party has been unofficially conveyed to members ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. Contempt of Court Alleged

    The committal for contempt of the printer and publisher of the "Protestant Clarion" was sought in the Supreme Court to-day on hehalf ...

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    Mr. E. J. Watt, owner of Gold Rod, Waireka, and Mildura, is satisfied with the handicaps given his horses at the Q.T.C. Brisbane Cup ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. Kents Visiting Paris

    The Duke and Duchess of Kent flew to-day to Paris, where they will spend two days. ...

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  10. Casket Closes Friday

    A remarkably steady sale of tickets in Golden Casket No. 577 has definitely assured its closing on Friday. ...

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  11. Clear in West, But Showers Developing On the Seaboard

    The storms responsible for the inland rains haye departed from this State, where the weather now is mostly, clear and cooler. However, on the south coast, south-east winds are being ...

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    The United States and Portuguese Ambassadors, Mr, J. P. Kennedy and Dr. Monteiro, both visited the Foreign Office to-day. ...

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  13. Naval Moves Ensure Anglo-French Control Of Mediterranean

    The value of the British and French naval moves is that they counter the transfer of a powerful German squadron to ...

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  14. Taxation Inquiry Commission Sits

    This picture was taken in the Land Courtroom this morning at the first public sittings of the Taxation Inquiry Commission to take evidence. From the left are Mr. W. Kelly-- the first witness--who gave evidence on behalf of the United Graziers' Association, Mr. R. W. Ramm (secretary), Mr. J.M. Campbell (foreground), Mr. J. S. McInnes ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  15. Lord Mayor Leaves For South

    The Lord Mayor (Alderman A. J. Jones), accompanied by the City Treasurer (Mr. N. F. Hetherington), left to-day for the south to negotiate for ...

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