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  4. TO-DAY'S WEATHER:

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 4 words
  5. INTERVENER FAILS TO STOP SIMPSON DIVORCE

    A MOTION by Francis Stephenson for intervention by the King's Proctor, Sir Thomas Barnes, to prevent the decree nisi granted last October to Mrs. Ernest Simpson from being ...

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  6. Ban On Newsreel Item Of Ex-King

    BY order of the Acting-Chief Film Censor, Lieutenant-Colonel Hurley, the item showing ex-King Edward VIII ski-ing in Austria was yesterday deleted from the current Fox Movietone News, which was scheduled for ...

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  7. When They Were Together

    Intimate study of ex-King Edward and Mrs. Simpson, taken on the Dalmatian cruise which precipitated the Constitutional crisis ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  8. Respondent

    Mr. Ernest Aldrich Simpson, against whom his wife obtained a decree nisi in divorce. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. ON LIST BUT WAS CUT OUT

    THE very determined purpose behind the excision of the ski-ing studies oi ex-King Edward from the newsreel was ...

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  10. DON BRADMAN AN ALSO-RAN IN GRAND NATIONAL

    MAKING the running over the last two miles of the 4 miles 856 yards, Royal Mail, carrying 11.13 and ridden by E. M. Williams, won the Grand National Steeplechase at Aintree to-day by three lengths. ...

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  11. £10,500 INSURANCE AGAINST RAIN

    THE Royal Agricultural Society of New South Wales has adopted a policy of caution by protecting the very high cost of staging the show. ...

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  12. £100,000 ON MENTAL HOSPITALS

    A SUM of £100,000 is to be spent on improving and making additions to mental hospitals throughout the State. ...

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  13. BRITISH BUDGET, APRIL 20

    The House of Commons will adjourn for the Easter recess next Thursday, reassembling on April 6. The Budget will be presented by the ...

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  14. Murder Case Evidence "Totally Untrue"

    IN a statutory declaration, filed in the High Court to-day, John Stevens, veneer cutter, of Victoria Street. North Melbourne, set out that ...

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  15. TRAM OFF LINE

    Jumping the lines at Elizabeth and Liverpool Streets, City, yesterday, a tram struck Mrs. Elsie Myers, 42, of Rhodes Street, Matraville, as ...

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  16. HUSBAND WON; WIFE WAS ONE OFF £5000

    MR. A. HILL, a bricklayer, of Arncliffe, bought two tickets in the 404th state Lottery (drawn yesterday) -- Nos. 37412 and 37413. ...

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  17. SIGNED WILL WITH THUMB PRINT

    A NOVEL method of attesting his will was adopted by Kishen Singni, laborer, of Georgica, when, instead of signing the document, he ...

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  18. CHOKED BY GAS IN SLEEP

    THE father of Percy Bentley, captain of Richmond and one of Victoria's leading League footballers, Edward William Bentley, 53, was ...

    Article : 61 words
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  20. STOP PRESS

    LONDON, Friday. -- House of Commons sat until early hours this morning discussing British warships' powers in Spanish ...

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  21. £150 FOR INJURY ON SLIPPERY DIP

    Having had her arm fractured following her descent on the "slippery dip." Thelma Campbell, of George Street, Erskineville, was awarded ...

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  22. PRETENDED TO TELL FORTUNES

    Declaring proved two charges against Arthur de Dion, 46, astrologer, of having unlawfully pretended to tell fortunes to deceive and ...

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