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  4. Barcelona 's Fate

    The straggle for Madrid continue, bat no important changes in the situation are reported. A violent storm interrupted aerial activities. The rebel leader, General Franco, bat expressed bis ...

    Article : 169 words
  5. SOVIET CONCERNED

    M. Urenev, Soviet Ambassador to Tokio, has informed the " Foreign Minister (Mr. Arita) that Russia cannot accept his explanation of Japan's ...

    Article : 107 words
  6. KANGAROOS DO CLIMB TREES

    Here is a picture of a tree kangaroo which arrived at the South Perth Zoo during the week, and will be seen by the public for the first time to-day. This unusual-looking type of kangaroo comes from New Guinea, and is beautifully colored with different shades of browns. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. Has O'Sullivan Received Mercy?

    No one doubts tbe broadness of the outlook of the members of tbe Cabinet on the matter of capital punishment. There is a strong public opinion, however, that the decision to commote the death sentence on Michael O'Sullivan to one of life ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  8. SHIPBOARD ROMANCE

    The romantic 6equel to a shipboard meeting on the way to Africa is the engagement of Betty, daughter of Sir Seymour Sicks; to a Gordon ...

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  9. REBEL THREAT

    Asked by the Leader of the Opposition (Mr. Attlee) if he had any information "regarding the proposed blockade and possible ...

    Article : 353 words
  10. RIVAL NAVAL FORCES

    General Franco, for the maintenance of the proposed blockade, has at his disposal eight warships, two gunboats, one cruiser, and two destroyers, none ...

    Article : 49 words
  11. AN AMERICAN APPOINTMENT

    Mr. Joseph Davies, a prominent lawyer and economic adviser to expresident "Wilson at Versailles, has been appointed American Ambassador ...

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  12. "THE SUNDAY TIMES" SUGGESTION ADOPTED

    Last Sunday "The Sunday Times" suggested that the only way to clear up the generally unsatisfactory position surrounding not only the escape of Kelly and Rowe, but happenings at the asylum over a period of years, would be the appointment of a Royal Commission to ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  13. Emergency Tax Rates Challenged

    Keen criticism has been levelled in the Legislative Council at the Government's proposed alterations of the Financial Emergency Tax rates, and their rejection is predicted. This will probably mean a continuance for the next 12 ...

    Article : 385 words
  14. SOVIET PRESS

    Newspapers bitterly denounce the remarks of Mr. Eden (Foreign Secretary) in the House of Commons on Thursday regarding Britain's attitude ...

    Article : 109 words
  15. THE COMMON COLD

    Thecommon cold, which costs Britieh industry at least £20,000.000 yearly, has defied the G.P.O. for three years, during which an inoculation ...

    Article : 87 words
  16. IRISHMEN TO JOIN REBEL FORCES

    Headed by General O'Duffy. forty Irishmen, mostly ex-servicemen, including two doctors, sailed from Liverpool en route to Spain to fight ...

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  17. SOMETHING NEW IN BOXING IDEAS

    The British Royal Air Force are still masters of the air. When a boxer in the R.A.F. contests returns to his corner his seconds have a small electric fan instead of the old-fashioned towel, enabling them to give more advice and pay attention to other details. This ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  18. SEQUEL TO MINISTER'S SUICIDE Sale of Newspaper Prohibited in Lille

    Considering its circulation prejudicial to public order. Vice-Mayor Willems, successor to M. Salengro as mayor, has prohibited the sale of the ...

    Article : 58 words
  19. SNOOKER CHAMPIONSHIP

    In the snooker championship Newman defeated Inman by 35 frames to 25 and Lindrum defeated Smith 29 frames to 25. ...

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  20. EFFECT OF OTTAWA AGREEMENT

    The Canadian ex-premier. Mr. Bennett, who is touring South Africa, discussing the Ottawa Agreement, said ane result had been a steady increase ...

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  21. "DOESN'T INTEND TO REMAIN BwRIED."

    Mr. J. R. Thomas, the former Colonial Secretary, who retired from political life some months ago following the disclosure of Budget secrets, says ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  22. TRAGIC CRASH

    Boarding an air liner at Blackpool, carrying a parcel of toys which she was taking home to her children on the Isle of Man. a woman perished a ...

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  23. NO TRUTH IN RUMOR ABOUT MYERS.

    During the latter part of the week a rumor that Myers Ltd., the proprietors of the Mg Melbourne emporium of that name, ...

    Article : 105 words
  24. OPENED HUME DAW

    The Governor-General of Australia. Lord Gowrie, who opened the Husie Dam, which is situated on the Murray River, yesterday morning. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  25. BUNBCRVS CENTENARY.

    Next Sunday "The Sunday Times" will publish a special supplement dealing with the Bunbury Centenary, which ...

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  26. MRS. M. FREER

    Round whose right to enter Australia the controversy still rages. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  27. FINDING WORK FOR MEN OVER FORTY

    The board of directors of the knited States Chamber of Commerce has adopted a report recommending that the Federal Government's work for ...

    Article : 64 words
  28. RUSSIAN SABOTAGE

    Allegations that Russian miners were gassed like rats as a result of. sabotage were made at the Stickling trial. Some of ...

    Article : 74 words
  29. IT WAS SUMMER AGAIN YESTERDAY

    This snap will be typical of many happy week—end scenes at the arrived. The mercury hovered well over the 90 degrees for a great beaches tor some months now that summer has apparently ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  30. FRANCO'S GRATITUDE

    General Franco telegraphed Hitler expressing "deep gratitude" for Germany's recognition. ...

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  31. FEEDING THE FLAMES

    "Because some who should be firemen take a hand now and again at feeding the Barnes, it is no reason why ...

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  32. ANARCHIST LEADER GIVES UFE TO LOYALIST CAUSE

    Buenaventura Durrati, the powerful anarchist leader, who joined the Loyalist forces and was wounded in the fighting on the Madrid front on ...

    Article : 39 words
  33. NOTEWORTHY BRAIN OPERATIONS

    Two physicians have informed the Southern Medical Association that they had performed operations on six ...

    Article : 67 words
  34. SUBMARINE SINKS

    Eight were drowned and 12 rescued when a submarine sank after a colision during torpedo practice in the Bay of Lubeck. Efforts are being ...

    Article : 38 words
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