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  2. CIVIL WAR DANGER

    LONDON, July 14--It is reported from Nanking that the threat of civil war between Nanking and Canton has been renewed by the decision of the Central ...

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  3. BISHOPS TAKE SIDES.

    LONDON, July 14.-Great interest has been aroused by the excommunication of James Bunting, a film writer, by the Bishop of Chichester (Dr. Bell). The ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  4. STRAITS REGIME.

    MONTREUX, July 14.—The plenary meeting of the Dandanelles conference this afternoon was adjourned until 4 p.m. tomorrow to enable the drafting ...

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  5. AUSTRO-GERMAN PACT.

    LONDON, July 14.—The true meaning of the Austro-German agreement of last Saturday—for the restoration of normal political relations, the German ...

    Article : 771 words
  6. CONFLICT IN SPAIN.

    MADRID, July13.—A dramtic description of the events before and after the actual assassination last night of Senor Calve Sotelo, the former Finance ...

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  7. DROUGHT UNBROKEN

    CHICAGO, July 13.-Although failing to break the protracted and severe drought, the week-end rains in the north-west brought great relief, helping crops ...

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  8. LOCARNO POWERS.

    LONDON, July l4.—Signor Gayda, the Italian publicist, whose statements in the "Giornale d'Italia" have semi-official significance, hints in that journal that ...

    Article : 374 words
  9. THE CARIS CASE.

    After a retirement of six hours and 20 minutes, a jury in the Criminal Court last night returned a verdict of not guilty in the case in which Cyril Thomas ...

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    Above: The German naval base at Heligoland as it was before the destruction of the harbour works in accordance with the Treaty of Versailles Below: A recent aerial view of the island, showing the remains of the harbour, which is now submerged at high tide. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  11. EMPIRE DEFENCE.

    SINGAPORE, .July 14.—The establishment of a strong British naval squadron at Singapore is indicated by an official announcement today that a substantial ...

    Article : 105 words
  12. BOMBING OUTRAGE.

    MELBOURNE, July 14.—"I have done nothing to deserve this; I have done nothing but my duty." said Senior Plain-clothes Constable Frederick Milne today ...

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  13. SAFETY OF CAPE TOWN.

    PRETORIA, July 13.—The Minister for Defence (Mr. Pirow) announced today that the Cape Town harbour would be protected not only against an attack by ...

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  14. EXPLOSION AND FIRE.

    BRISBANE, July 14.—About an hour after Otto Hockmuth had visited his wife, who lived in a house about a mile from his residence at Lochaber. Munduberra, ...

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  15. MUNITIONS PRODUCTION.

    LONDON, July 14.--In the House of Commons today, the Secretary for War (Mr. Duff Cooper) announced the appointmnent of Vice-Admiral Harold Brown ...

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  16. RHINELAND GARRISONS.

    LONDON, July 14.—Following reports that Herr Hitler had decided to turn the "symbolic" military occupation of the Rhineland into a real occupation by ...

    Article : 88 words
  17. HUNDREDS DYING.

    CHICAGO, July 13.-Deaths in the United States attributed to the scorching weather of the past fortnight are nearing 1,600. Michigan has lost 365 "lives ...

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  18. MEDITERRANEAN FLEET.

    LONDON. July 13.-The Board of the Admiralty has sent a message expressing its high appreciation of the services rendered by the officers and men of His ...

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  19. TELEPHONE USERS.

    LONDON, July 13.-Further important concessions to telephone users were announced today in the House of Commons by the Postmaster-General (Major G. C. ...

    Article : 223 words
  20. REPORT FROM VIENNA.

    LONDON, July 14 —The Vienna correspondent of the "Dally Telegraph" reports that Austria and Germany reached two agreements, but only one was ...

    Article : 269 words
  21. HELIGOLAND BASE.

    LONDON, July 13.—Replying to a question in the House of Commons today, the Under-Secretary for Foreign Affairs (Viscount Cranborne) said that as a ...

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  22. HOUSE OF LORDS.

    LONDON, July 13.—In the House of Commons this afternoon the Prime Minister (Mr. Stanley Baldwin) received a joint deputation from members of both ...

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  23. RELIEF DEADLOCK.

    NEW YORK, July 13.—Delegations of hunger "marchers" converged today by bus and truck on Harrisburg (Pennsylvania) to protest against the breakdown ...

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  24. AGAINST AIR RAIDS.

    LONDON, July 14.—Supplementary Civil Estimates, totalling £4,006,000, published today include a further 850,000 for gas masks and 37,000 for other air raid ...

    Article : 76 words
  25. MOTOR SPEED.

    LONDON, July 13.—Press messages from Bonneville (Utah) state that Captain G. E. T. Eyston, the British racing driver, continues to break records in the ...

    Article : 156 words
  26. JUDICIAL ECHOES.

    MELBOURNE, July 14.—When an appeal case was called in the Geelong Court of General Sessions today, it was mentioned that the Crown could not ...

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  27. RUSSIAN BALLET.

    LONDON, July 14.—Williamsons have engaged the Monte Carlo Ballet Russe Company, at present at Covent Gardens, for an Australian tour, to begin in ...

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  28. RAIN IN CANADA.

    TORONTO, July 13.—Rain has brought relief to Alberta and Saskatchewan, but a new high temperature record was established in Manitoba, where Emerson ...

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  29. BY BOAT AND PLANE.

    LONDON, July 13,—When the Cunard—White Star liner Queen Mary docked at Cherbourg this morning, a new boat plane service for travellers to Central Europe ...

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  30. COMMERCIAL REACTION.

    LONDON, July 13.-According to the "Daily Mail," the City of London views favourably the Austro-German Pact, which has already resulted in a marking ...

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  31. DR. PAGE RETURNING.

    LONDON, July 13.The Australian Minister for Commerce (Dr. Earle Page), who will leave for Paris by air on July 16 on the first stage of his return journey, ...

    Article : 128 words
  32. Damages Claim Withdrawn.

    MELBOURNE, July 14.-Among the cases listed for hearing in the County Court today was an action in which Edward George Carr, labourer, of ...

    Article : 130 words
  33. KING'S SUMMER HOLIDAY.

    NICE, July 14.--The British Ambassador to France (Sir George Clerk) arrived in Nice today to finalize details for King Edward's holiday in the summer at ...

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  34. CRIMINALS' LANGUAGE.

    LONDON, July 13.—Mr. Eric Partridge, formerly of the Toowoomba Grammar School and Queensland and Oxford Universities, has been awarded a ...

    Article : 81 words
  35. THEFTS FROM CLIENTS

    WELLINGTON, July 14--Seventeen charges of theft from clients involving 646 were admitted by Richard Nunes, a Christchurch sharebroker, in the ...

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  36. ARAB MARAUDERS.

    JERUSALEM, July 13.—Seven Arabs were killed and a British soldier was wounded in a clash at Jenin today. Members of the Royal Corps of ...

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  37. PENSION FOR AUTHOR'S WIDOW

    LONDON, July 13.—Among the new civil list of pensions is one of £120 for the widow of Sir William Watson in recognition of his services to literature. ...

    Article : 34 words
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