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  5. WEATHER FORECAST

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  6. TWO IMPORTANT MOVES AGAINST LANG

    Two important developments occurred today in the sition which has arisen following the failure of the new South Wales Premier (Mr Lang) to meet his interest obligations in London and New York on ...

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  7. School Days Are Here Again

    A delightful picture in the grounds of the Old Federal Government House of a little bevy of Melbourne High School girls, who reassembled today after the Christmas vacation. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  8. MANUNDA TO SAIL.

    Two members of the crew of the motor ship Manunda, which is involved in the dispute between the members of the Adelaide branch of the Seamen's Union ...

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  9. BAIL FOR SCOTT AND STANWAY

    The Acting Chief Justice (Sir Leo Cussen) granted bail today to James Scott and Laurence Stanway, two of the seven men ...

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  10. FIGHTING BREAKS OUT AFRESH AT SHANGHAI

    There was a renewal of fighting in the Chapei area of Shanghai today, when Japanese forces, after a preliminary bombardment, occupied new positions in the native district. ...

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  11. STOP PRESS

    GLOBE'S BEST (5.4 on), 1; Moreica (12 [?], 2; Laurie Pronto (41), 3.41 to 51 others. Started at 4.15. LAST BENDIGO RACE ...

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  12. RAIN CLOUDS

    Although the forecast issued at noon today favors further fine weather for Victoria, there has been rain in the north-west coast of ...

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  13. DAVIS CUP DRAW

    The draw for the North American zone of the Davis Cup is: United States v. Canada. ...

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  14. AUCTIONEERS' ANNOUNCEMENTS

    Baylee and Co., 325 Collins Street. -- Out-of-time pledges, February 15. J. W. Styles and Son. 340 Collins Street--W.B. villa, Northcote, February 4. ...

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  16. TODAY'S TEMPERATURES

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  17. Chinese Refugees Flee Before Japanese Troops

    Latest pictures from China illustrating the recent entry of Japanese troops into Tientsin and the flight of thousands of panic-stricken natives from the city into the foreign Concessions. The upper picture shows part of tho long string of refugees crossing the river bridge; beneath is the arrival of the Japanese armed and steel-helmeted reinforcements. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  18. N.S.W. BONDS IN NEW YORK Drop, Then Rally

    NEW YORK, February 2. -- New South Wales 5 per cent. 1957 bonds dropped to 25 7-8 in early trading today. The 5 per cent. 1958 bonds dropped more than live ...

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  19. NEW FAIRFIELD WARD

    Tenders for the erection of a new ward at the Fairfield Infectious Diseases Hospital, to cost £10,000, will be called almost immediately. This will add ...

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  20. ASPHALT UNDER SWING

    Surprise was expressed by the Coroner (Mr Grant, P.M.) today that asphalt had been laid under a swing used by children in Alexandra Parade, Collingwood, ...

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  21. PENSIONER ACQUITTED

    GEELONG, Wednesday.--George Douglas, 01, pensioner, laborer, who appeared before Mr Justice Lowe in the Supreme Court yesterday on a charge of the ...

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  22. TODAY'S MARKETS

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  23. In Other Pages

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  24. MAN SHOT DEAD

    The body of an unknown man was found by a fisherman on the lagoon pier, Port Melbourne, at 11.45 p.m. yesterday. He has been shot in the right temple ...

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