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  4. UNSETTLED

    Mostly fine with clouds, but a passing shower or two likely: warm and sultry; light ...

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  5. KING GEORGE SERIOUSLY INDISPOSED

    A BULLETIN issued at Sandringham to-night stated that the King is suffering from bronchial catarrh. This is not severe, but signs of cardiac weakness have appeared which must be regarded with some disquiet. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 535 words
  6. Wife Of Diplomat

    Mrs. Maurice Petersen, wife of the head of the Abyssinian Department of the Foreign Office, London. Her husband attended Anglo-French talks ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. WAR CLAIMS

    THOUGH the Italians, while not disclosing their own losses, claim that 4000 Abyssinians were killed in the ...

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  8. AIRMEN ON RESCUE SHIP

    HOW the ship's rescue party, after meeting Hollick Kenyon, later met Lincoln Ellsworth and took both ...

    Article : 301 words
  9. ASSURANCE

    THE British and French Ambassadors in Berlin have assured Herr Hitler that the understanding ...

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  10. THE SUN STOP PRESS

    The condition of the King was unchanged, according to a bulletin issued at 7.45 this morning. Sir Maurice Cassidy, an authority on ...

    Article : 201 words
  11. Australia's Sympathy

    THE Governor-General (Sir Isaac Isaacs) has sent the following cable to the King's : private secretary Lord Wing ...

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  12. Dramatic Broadcast

    The King's illness was announced in a public broadcast message a minute before midnight. Dance music faded out and the ...

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  13. KIPLING DEAD

    The death of Rudyard Kipling was announced shortly after midnight. (See Biography on Page 3) ...

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    Mrs. T. Peake (Queensland), winning the broad jump at the women's track athletic meeting at the Sports Ground to day. Mrs, Peake beat the Australian record, leaping 17-11¾. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  15. TO GAOL

    THE heaviest sentences imposed on those found guilty of complicity in the Stavisky frauds were terms ...

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  16. For Swearing-In

    The Prime Minister (Mr. Lyons) with four of his children, Kevin. Rosemary, Moira and Brendon, photographed on arrival in Melbourne from ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  17. "SET EXAMPLE TO THE WORLD"

    PRESIDING at a luncheon given by the members of the Manchester trade mission which is about to visit Australia, Mr. Clucas said it would be a pity if the two units of the Empire could not set the ...

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