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  2. KEEPING CLOSE WATCH

    The Disarmament Conference will continue to engage the closest attention of British Ministers during the next few days. ...

    Article : 862 words
  3. NO CLEAN SWEEP

    Farms were over valued and many of the men were so hopelessly in arrears that production from their properties would never enable them ...

    Article : 1,170 words
  4. SHEFFIELD SHIELD GAMES

    As a result of Saturday's play in the two- Sheffield Shield cricket matches now in progress, Victoria has 136 runs for the loss of three wickets against Queensland, while South Australia scored 316 in reply to the feeble ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 882 words
  5. THIS IS THE LIFE

    The warm sunshine of yesterday made this sort of thing a delight for the kiddies—especially when old inner tubes were available as floats, as in this instance. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 32 words
  6. HAPPY ENDING

    Commenting on the latest discussions regarding bodyline bowling, The Manchester Guardian" says: "It is a happy ending and we can look ...

    Article : 260 words
  7. THE PRINCE IS POPULAR

    The Prince of Wales was enthusiatically received on his just concluded tour of the industrial areas of Yorkshire. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 23 words
  8. RAIL CRASH

    At least 14 were killed and 80 injured, mostly children, when a train leaving the Posen station crashed into a stationary train awaiting the ...

    Article : 151 words
  9. COMFORTABLE POSITION

    South Australia made a dour endeavour to consolidate its position yesterday, following Friday's collapse of New South Wales, and finished up ...

    Article : 926 words
  10. NOVEL TRUCE

    The liquor control officials are considering a novel plan to eliminate "bootlegging" and at the same time materially remedy the national ...

    Article : 430 words
  11. ARMED HOLD-UP

    One of the most daring armed holdups in Melbourne for some time was perpetrated at about 9.30 to-night, when two men, armed with revolvers, ...

    Article : 272 words
  12. RETURN TO GOLD

    Sir Norman Angell (British Foreign Affairs Publicist) in a press interview to-day suggested the return to the gold standard with a new ratio ...

    Article : 248 words
  13. BOMB PRACTICE

    The "Daily Telegraph's" military correspondent says: "The lurid stories recently appearing that Aircraftsman Shaw, otherwise Colonel ...

    Article : 227 words
  14. VALIDITY UPHELD

    The House of Lords to-day gave judgment upholding the validity of the gold clause in the Societe Intercommunale Beige d'Electricite Bonds, thus ...

    Article : 261 words
  15. NEW UPPER HOUSE

    With the election of the fourth panel of 15 members of the New South Wales Legislative Council the new Upper House is now complete. ...

    Article : 309 words
  16. REVOLVER DUEL

    Police and burglars exchanged shots at the rear of a suburban store early on Saturday morning. The storekeeper, Oswald Maurice Wearne, was ...

    Article : 118 words
  17. OVER AT LAST

    The House of Commons rose to-day for the Christmas recess. At one time Mr. J. McGovern (Lab.) read a two-column article from a ...

    Article : 162 words
  18. BRITAIN'S WORKLESS

    Mr. Neville Chamberlain (Chancellor of the Exchequer), speaking at Halifax to-day, said: "There is every hope that the current financial ...

    Article : 143 words
  19. FRENCH DEFAULT

    France formally defaulted in her war debts obligations to-day. The Ambassador (M. le Boulaye) and Acting Secretary for State (Mr. ...

    Article : 116 words
  20. FIFTY THOUSAND LEAGUE

    A 50,000 League luncheon for business men will be held at the Lounge Tea Rooms to-day, at 1 p.m., Rev. Watts Grimmett will speak on ...

    Article : 33 words
  21. NEW AMERICAN CRUISER

    A 10,000-ton cruiser the Astoria, was launched at the Puget Sound navy yard to-day. For the first time for 13 years a Government craft was christened ...

    Article : 66 words
  22. THREE DEAD

    A fire broke out suddenly last night and burned the Gloucester (Massachusetts) fishing schooner Ellen T. Marshall to the water's edge off Cape ...

    Article : 108 words
  23. "The Examiner" To-day

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 79 words
  24. R.M.S. NARKUNDA

    In showery weather, the first of the large overseas liners, the P. and O. line's R.M.S. Narkunda (16,572 tons), to call at Hobart for some months arrived ...

    Article : 101 words
  25. WORST ON RECORD

    The suicide death rate in England and Wales was the highest on record last year—143 per 1,000,000, compared with 129 in 1931, which was ...

    Article : 52 words
  26. CANADIAN CROPS

    The total value of all field crops in Canada in 1933 is estimated at 427,791,000 dollars, 17,000,000 below the 1932 figure. ...

    Article : 23 words
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