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  2. SYDNEY CYCLONE

    The storm that has raged on the New South Wales coast since Thursday, reached its zenith on Saturday, desolating the city, preventing all sports—for even the hardest sportsmen quailed before its tempestuous blast and blinding rain—and ruining Easter as a holiday. ...

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  3. HOBART REACHED.

    The Renown, with Their Royal Highnesses the Duke and Duchess of York on board, was signalled from Mount Nelson at an early ...

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  4. HARD AND FAST.

    Bound from Hobart to Sydney,, the steamship Riverina (4,793 tons) went ashore on the Victorian coast a few miles to the west of Gah[?] ...

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  5. "RED WRECKERS."

    The minority A.L.P. executive conference, which is controlled by the Industrialists, was resumed on Saturday morning. Mr. ...

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  6. SOVIET FRIENDSHIP.

    The Soviet Foreign Office has announced that it will sign an agreement in Berlin to adjust the long-standing controversy with ...

    Article : 617 words
  7. CHINA ANGERS THE POWER.

    Nothing could be less satisfactory than Mr. Eugene Chen's Note on behalf of the Chinese Nationalist Government to Great Britain, says Tho Dally Telegraph's diplomatic correspondent. Neither contrition nor indignation is expressed for the unspeakable outrages upon residents and ...

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  8. REPLY TO AMERICA.

    The Nationalist reply to the American Note to the Nanking authorities is the same as the reply to the British Note, except for a reference to the ...

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  9. JAPAN CONCERNED.

    Japanese messages indicate [?]at an enforcement of the Powers' demanding Nanking is likely owing to the insincerity of the replies from the ...

    Article : 236 words
  10. TOWN UNDER WATER

    Battered by the highest floods since 1921, the Mississippi River levee gave way in several places. The collapse of the only barrier between ...

    Article : 148 words
  11. FIRE AT WOODSIDE.

    Woodside, off Saturday night, a few minutes before midnight, Was the scene of a disastrous fire, the origin of which is unknown. ...

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  12. SIX DAYS' RACE.

    Few sporting events have been decided in Sydney in more difficult circumstances than the six days' cycling teams race, concluded at the Sports Ground on ...

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  13. OUR MELBOURNE LETTER.

    The Duke and Duchess of York will arrive, in Melbourne on Thursday next, and after the usual official ceremonies on H.M.S. Renown, will transfer to the royal ...

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  14. A WOMAN MURDERED.

    This morning George Andrew Buckley, of Church street. Newcastle, [?]alked into the police station and gave himself up, confessing that he had murdered his wife. ...

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  15. THE SUZUKI FAILURE.

    A Cabinet crisis has been reached in Japan by the refusal of a preliminary meeting of Privy Councillors to entertain the Government's proposal to issue an ...

    Article : 228 words
  16. "EYE OF MOSCOW."

    Believed to be the "Eye of Moscow" in france, And a militant member of the Third International, a man known among Paris Communists as Andre, has been ...

    Article : 155 words
  17. INTERSTATE ROWING.

    Entries closed on Saturday for the Australian eight-oared sculling champion ships, which carry the right to hold for 12 months the King's Cup (eights) and ...

    Article : 164 words
  18. CAPT. WILKINS MISSING.

    'Capt. Wilkins, the Australian explorer, has been missing since March 29, when he began his Arctic flight explorations An aviator sent out by the members of ...

    Article : 93 words
  19. PEDESTRIANISM.

    At the Nelson athletic sports the New Zealand pedestrian Rose broke the Australian two-mile record by five seconds. ...

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  20. SPY PLOT DISCOVERED.

    The French police announce the partial uncovering of a vast spying plot, in which Communists are alleged to have sought information about French military ...

    Article : 136 words
  21. TENNIS IN PERTH.

    Keen interest is being displayed in the visit of Pat U O'Hara and Mrs. Wood, J. Willard, and E. T. Rowe to Perth in connection with the [?] of Perth ...

    Article : 275 words
  22. INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 193 words
  23. GOOD FRIDAY IN ROME.

    A message from Rome intimates that the Prime Minister (Signor Mussolini) ordered the suspension of all moving picture theatres and cafes employing music ...

    Article : 80 words
  24. HUNGARIAN MONARCHY.

    A United Press message from Berlin prophesies the restoration of the monarchy in Hungary. It is stated in Berlin that the enthronement of the Archduke ...

    Article : 59 words
  25. JUGO-SLAVIAN DISCORD.

    In new of the revival of the hostile Italian press propagunda, also new charges of Jugo-Slavian military activity, the political parties in the latter country are ...

    Article : 106 words
  26. BURIALS BY CONTRACT.

    The town of Grasse, in the French Rivera, famous for ist perfumes, bad an Easter turmoil arising from the high cost of funerals as a result of the town council ...

    Article : 69 words
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