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  2. WEATHER FORECAST.

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  5. AIR MAIL PLAN ACCEPTED

    CANBERRA, Wednesday. -- Federal Cabinet decided today to inform the British Government that it was prepared to participate in the British scheme for seven bi-weekly air service, with flying boats from ...

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  6. "PROSPERITY" SHOW

    Fine weather for tomorrow's opening of the 65th Royal Agricultural Show, with favorable conditions continuing ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. Dog In Shaft Saved After 12 Days

    DAYLESFORD, Wednesday. -- After 12 days in an old mine shaft beneath the residence of Mr G. H. Walton, in Raglan Street, a fox terrier dog was ...

    Article : 138 words
  8. TO BE AUSTRALIAN MADE

    THE COMMONWEALTH GOVERNMENT has decided to build a flotilla-leader -- the first of a series of destroyers -- at Cockatoo Island dockyard, Sydney. The first warship to be built there under the scheme will be of the some class as the flotilla-leader Stuart, shown above. The cost of the warship has been ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. COVENTRY PLEA TO LEAGUE

    Gordon Coventry, the Collingwood goalkicker, who has served five of the eight weeks' suspension imposed on August ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 301 words
  10. Record Marriage Figures, But Death Rate Mounts

    Marriages in Victoria for the June quarter reached the record total of 4776 -- the highest recorded -- and 511 more than the same period in 1935. Figures released today by the ...

    Article : 304 words
  11. Juryman Fined For Contempt

    Asked by Mr Justice Martin in the Criminal Court today if he had been drinking, the foreman of a jury replied that he could not ...

    Article : 149 words
  12. PLOT TO ASSASSINATE SPANISH LEADERS

    Madrid police have discovered a plot to assassinate five of the most prominent Spanish Government leaders, including President Azana and the new Premier, Senor Caballero, "the Spanish Lenin." ...

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  13. War Pilot Kills Himself In Air

    Fenix Urtubi, the Spanish Government pilot, who flow upside down and deliberately tipped a rebel officer out of his plane into the ...

    Article : 127 words
  14. IN OTHER PAGES

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  15. Trade With Japan

    From Our Special Representative CANBERRA, Wednesday. -- A denial that a deadlock had been reached in the trade negotiations ...

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  16. HOW HELEN SEES THE CITY

    TRAVEL BY BICYCLE must be the slogan of Miss Helen Hicks, American golfer. when she is out to see the sights of a city. Yesterday she ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 62 words
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  18. GARDENS BEFORE GRAMMAR

    THE BEST THINGS IN EDUCATION are not taught, but caught," said the Director of Education (Mr McRae) to teachers at the School of Horticulture now in progress at the State schools nursery. Hughesdale. Mr McRae 1[?]dded that he would not worry very much whether they were good teachers ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  19. Digger Hat Not In New Uniforms

    First issue of the attractive new militia uniform will be made early in December, it is announced today. ...

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  20. Mr Menzies On Test Seats

    CANBERRA, Wednesday. -- The Federal Attorney-General (Mr Menzies), who is a trustee of the Melbourne Cricket Ground, ...

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  21. KING'S NEPHEW A "FAG" AT ETON

    AMONG the "fags at Eton College during the coming term will be Lord Lascelles, the 13-year-old nephew of King Edward. ...

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