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  2. WEATHER.

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  5. MADRID STILL HOLDS OUT

    Although rebel artillery and aeroplanes rained shells and bombs on Madrid in a desperate onslaught today, the city still stands firm. Both sides claim successes; but there seems to be no ...

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  6. FOUR TUGS FOR ONE LINER

    GUSTY WINDS AND HAIL, were the weather order of the day in Melbourne. At Port Melbourne, the unprecedented number or four tugs, Tooronga, James Paterson, Euro and Merimba, was required to move the liner Str[?]hnaver from her berth when she sailed for Sydney at noon. Shrouded in the smoke from the busy tugs, the big ship was only dimly seen as she swung away from the pier to head down the Bay. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. Air Regulations Invalid

    By a majority of four to one, the Full Bench of the High Court, in a judgment of great importance, held today that the ...

    Article : 430 words
  8. NEW FLYING SUPERINTENDENT

    MR C. H. SCOTT, the well-known pilot, who has been appointed acting flying and service superintendent of Australian National Airways, the new ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. TO WIDEN LITTLE STREETS

    Legislation is to be sought by the City Council to widen all Melbourne's "little" streets by 9 feet ...

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  10. Mr Ramsay MacDonald Collapses

    While attending the Lord Mayor's Banquet, at the Guild-hall last night, Mr Ramsay MacDonald collapsed and had to ...

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  11. -- And So Do We, Mr Cardus!

    Mr Neville Cardus, who came to Melbourne to write about cricket on shirt-front wickets under a blazing sky, is finding he ...

    Article : 126 words
  12. SO THIS IS SPRING!

    Hail, a temperature of 51.4 at midday--14.4 degrees below normal for November, and a biting southerly gale, were experienced ...

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  13. JAPANESE REOPEN TRADE QUESTION

    CANBERRA, Tuesday. -- A settlement of the trade dispute with Japan is definitely in sight. Negotiations will be resumed tomorrow between Federal Ministers and the Japanese Consul-General (Mr Murai) and his ...

    Article : 343 words
  14. Destroyer Search For Missing Launch

    CANBERRA, Tuesday. -- Instructions were issued by the Minister for Defence (Sir Archdale ParKhill) to the Navy Board to send a destroyer immediately ...

    Article : 123 words
  15. THIEVES STEAL TAPS FROM BEND HOMES

    In spite of the vigilance of two watchmen, thieves raided taps and wire screens the Government houses at Fishermen's and this week. ...

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  16. Victoria's Big Christmas Mail

    Victoria has by far the greatest amount sent from any State in the Christmas parcels mail for England and the Continent which left in the Orion today. ...

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  18. HERE TILL XMAS DAY!

    FATHER CHRISTMAS has come to town for an extended visit, much to the delight of children, who already ore flocking to city shops to order their gifts from him. These two youngsters were quite awed by his fatherly attention to them today! ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  19. NO ACTION. IN CASE OF MRS FREER

    CANBERRA, Tuesday. -- After a close study of all aspects of the Freer case, some Ministers consider that the Minister for the ...

    Article : 319 words
  20. No Tooting Or Hooting By Order!

    Motorists desiring to park their cars near Government Offices must make a few simple promises, which will be ...

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  21. BOY OF 17 MUST KEEP OFF DRINK

    It seemed an atrocious thing that a boy of 17 should have committed a crime because of a craving for liquor, said Judge Macindoe, in General Sessions ...

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  22. TEACHERS' BILL PASSES ASSEMBLY

    The Opposition insisted on a division of the third reading of the Teachers' Bill in the Legislative Assembly this afternoon, "just to make sure," as one ...

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  23. SENATOR LYNCH ILL; ORDERED REST

    CANBERRA, Tuesday.--While both Houses of Parliament were paying solemn tribute today to the late Sir Littleton Groom, the President of the ...

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  24. Mr Forgan Smith Not For Federal Politics--Yet

    SYDNEY, Tuesday. -- "I have no intention of entering Federal politics at present," said the Premier of Queensland (Mr Forgan Smith), who is in ...

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