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  4. TROTSKYISTS TO FACE FIRING SQUAD

    THE Military Tribunal, after deliberating for eight hours, returned verdicts of guilty against Zinoviev, Kamenev, and their 14 associates on charges of terrorism and of having ...

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  5. EPIC STRUGGLE IN HOLOCAUST

    A BUSHFIRE, covering miles " of ground, swept through a portion of Ocean Beach and Ettalong, near Woy Woy, ...

    Article : 636 words
  6. Storm Damage In City

    One man was Injured and a number of pedestrians had remarkable escapes from injury yesterday afternoon when these four plate-glass windows on the York Street side of the Grace Building were blown out by the strong winds. The windows extended a total distance of ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. ORSOVA IN GALE ON LAST VOYAGE

    AS the result of heavy weather encountered in the Bight, the liner Orsova will not arrive at Fremantle until midnight. She leaves Australia ...

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  8. NEW SHIP CREATES A RECORD

    THE Cunard White Star liner Queen Mary definitely beat the official record time, at present held by the Normandie on. ...

    Article : 129 words
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  10. AIRMAN'S MYSTERY INJURIES

    FLIGHT-LIEUT G. L. MENZIES who was the first Australian to make a solo crossing of the Tasman Sea to New Zealand in a light plane, ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  11. BRIT. SHIPS' WARNING TO SPAIN

    A SENSATIONAL incident occurred yesterday in the Straits of Gibraltar when the British steamer Gibel Zerjon, 1425 tons, bound from Gibraltar to Mellila, Spanish Morocco, was stopped by the Spanish ...

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  12. CAR RACE ROUTE SURVEY

    THE party which is touring Australia as a preliminary to the Round-Australia Car Race in 1938, reached Perth to-day and will ...

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  13. AIR BOMBARDMENT OF MADRID CLAIMED

    The headquarters of the Rebel forces at Valladolid claim that Over 200 bombs were dropped in Madrid from 20''planes. However, the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  14. RIVER BURSTS INTO MINE

    Bursting through an embankment at Derby, 62 miles from Launceston, at 5:30 a.m to-day the Ringarooma River, swollen by ...

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  15. STOP PRESS

    A young man was killed and the life of his brother is despaired of its a result of a milk delivery truck crashing into a ...

    Article : 78 words
  16. NEW TERRITORY IN ANTARCTIC

    A proclamation Issued to-day brings Immediately into operation the Australian Antarctic Territory Acceptance Act of 1933. ...

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  17. SHOT IN STREET; WENT TO BED

    Although he is in a serious concretion with a bullet wound in the abdomen, Emanuel Roach 26. of Greens-borough refused to-day to impart ...

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  18. KILLED IN FALL FROM CHURCH TOWER

    ALBERT WILLIAM MOUNTER, 26, store employee, fell from the tower of St. Xavier's Cathedral, Geraldton, to-day and died from a ...

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  19. HITLER'S MILITARY CAMPAIGN

    HERE HITLER, will shortly summon the Reichstag for the purpose of putting into operation a new two years ...

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  20. DIAMOND MASTER DIES

    SIR THOMAS CULLINAN, famous diamond master of South Africa, died at the age of 74 years. He was the discoverer and chairman of the ...

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  21. V. THICKNESSE AS MINE HOST

    Within 100 yards of the scenes of His success as an international Rugby League half-back, Vlv. Thicknesse is to become mine host of the Adelaide ...

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  22. FURTHER CHARGE LAID

    JOVAN VUJACICH, 52, married, a Jugo-Slav miner, who is now awaiting trial for the alleged murder of Luka Mitnwich, 26. was further ...

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  23. SKIED AFTER SEVERE INJURY

    WELLINGTON (N.Z.), Monday. While training for the Australian ski-ing championships, L. Bryant fell on Mount Ruapchu and broke his ...

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  24. BABY'S STRENGTH LED TO DEATH

    Because baby Robert [?] was unusually strong at 'he age of a days he died from suffocation at a Colburn maternity hospital. He ...

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  25. GOVERNOR'S LEVEE

    The Governor. Admiral Sir Murray Anderson. Will hold a levee at Government House at noon to-day. ...

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