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  4. May Force Mr. Menzies Out of Office

    The Leader of the Federal Country Party (Mr. Archie Cameron) to-day advocated the formation of a Coalition Ministry. “Within the ranks of the U.A.P. and die Country Party in both Houses there are still the numbers and talent if properly led to carry ...

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  5. FATHER AND TWO SONS FOUND SHOT DEAD IN HOUSE

    Cecil Charles Victor Newton, a gad 57, a retired builder, and his two sons, Neville, aged 20, and David, aged 17, were found dead by the police in a house at Wollstonecraft late this afternoon. The trio had been shot through the head. Police believe that the ...

    Article : 276 words
  6. TREADING ON ITALY’S TOE

    According to the Rome radio, “diplomatic activity” is proceeding with a view to permitting 20 ships with German coal for Italy to sail ...

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  7. ACE’S LUCKY ESCAPE

    A New Zealand airman, believed to be Flying Officer E. J. Kaln, who has brought down two Heinkels and has had several narrow ...

    Article : 287 words
  8. NAZIS ANGER BELGIANS

    Belgium, owing to the activity of Nazi planes, had one of the most eventful week-ends since the outbreak of the war. ...

    Article : 396 words
  9. A Fatal Mistake; British Bomber Shot Down

    The British Air Ministry announced to-night: “As a result of mistaken identity, one of our own aircraft was | accidentally shot down by our fighters ...

    Article : 114 words
  10. MAN AND YOUNG WOMAN REMANDED

    Joseph Schmidt, aged 4 ft, metal worker, and Marie Smith, aged 20, a domestic, were charged at the Central Police Court Will having on February ...

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  11. Black-out Restrictions Now Relaxed to Furthest Point in London

    Six months ago the people of London were having their first experience of the black-out and were groping their way about unlighted streets amid ...

    Article : 208 words
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  13. Listened to Foreign Broadcasts; Germans Sent To Gaol

    Two German brothers at Hamburg have been sentenced to five years’ imprisonment each for listening to the British Broadcasting Corporation. ...

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  14. UNEMPLOYMENT IN CANADA WILL END BY MID-SUMMER

    A survey has convinced Canadian experts that as a result of the war activity, mass unemployment in Canada will be ended by the middle of the ...

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  15. 250 or More Drowned When Tender Capsizes

    Shippers here report that about 250 people were drowned when the tender, Kingshing, operating between Mingpo and Chinai, capsized owing to the ...

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  16. YOUNG CYCLISTS CRITICISED

    Observations made over the weekend of the behavior of cyclists indicated that the young bicycle rider behaved in a manner that was not only ...

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  18. ATTACK ON TOTALITARIANISM

    Attending Pontifical High Mass celebrated by the Apostolic Delegate in honor of the Pope’s coronation, an official of the German Embassy to-day ...

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  19. ON DOWNWARD PATH

    “You are building formidable records which are likely to result in serious gaol sentences If you continue on your path of crime.” ...

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  20. Crowded Channel Steamer Bombed; Carried British Indians Released From Germany

    The British Admiralty announces that a German plane to-day bombed the steamer Domala, which was en route from Amsterdam to an English port carrying a number of British people in addition to 253 British Indians, 143 of whom Germany had just released. The missing totals ...

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  21. AMERICAN LINER ENTERS WAR TRADE

    After five years of idleness, the 15,000-ton liner, President Fillmore, renamed the Panamanian, will enter the war trade on March 8. ...

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  22. INSURANCE COMPANY APPEALS AGAINST VERDICT FOR £5246

    On several points, the direction to the jury by the Chief Justice (Sir Frederick Mann) in the recent Supreme Court action in which Mrs. ...

    Article : 111 words
  23. PATCH OF OIL; ONLY TRACE OF AIRLINER

    The pilot of a Royal Air Force plane, who was searching for-the missing Imperial Airways liner Hannibal today saw a patch of oil on the water, ...

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  24. BREAK BETWEEN CHINA AND THE SOVIET ?

    Claiming that Russians attached to the Chinese armies had been reduced by about three-quarters during the past six weeks, the War Ministry ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  25. DUKE OF WINDSOR VISITS ARMY ZONE

    The Duke and Duchess of Windsor, both wearing uniform, left their Paris home to-day for a visit to the army zones. ...

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