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  2. BRITISH STATESMEN.

    Signor Mussolini, the Prime Minister of Italy, and Mr. MacDonald, the Prime Minister of Britain, to-day began their fateful conversations from which Europe is ...

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  3. UNITED STATES LIQUOR.

    The House of Representatives rejected to-day amendments made to the Beer Bill by the Senate, and the measure has been referred to a conference between ...

    Article : 194 words
  4. HITLER'S POLICY.

    The four years' programme of the Hitler Government is gradually taking shape. It involves, according to the Hugenburg (Nationalist) press, the suspension or ...

    Article : 966 words
  5. FEDERAL INDIA.

    The British Government's proposals for the reformed Constitution of India have been issued in the form of a White Paper, and they will be examined by a joint Select ...

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  6. EFFORT TO SAVE CHILD.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—Eileen Fleming, aged five years, the only child of Rupert Fleming, a timber carrier, of Coutts Crossing, near Grafton, was killed on Saturday. She ...

    Article : 699 words
  7. MURRAY VALLEY FIRES.

    WODONGA, Sunday.—The worst fire that has occurred in the Murray Valley for many years is now burning firecely in the Walwa district, and presents great dangers ...

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  8. BRITISH PRISONERS.

    Commenting on representations by the British Government regarding the arrest of several English employees of Metropolitan Vickers Ltd. by the Ogpu (Soviet secret ...

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  9. SEARCH FOR AGED WOMAN.

    BALRANALD (N.S.W.), Sunday—Mrs. Annie Crawford, aged about 70 years, who lived with her husband and family on the bank of the Murrumbridgee River, near ...

    Article : 341 words
  10. COMMONWEALTH LINE.

    The "Financial Times" has been informed officially that the amount now due by the White Star Line Limited to the Australian Government on the purchase of the ...

    Article : 143 words
  11. SHORTER WORKING WEEK.

    There were several hundred guests at the annual dinner organised by the Melbourne Eight Hours and Labour Day demonstration committee, which was held ...

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  12. INDIAN TERRORISTS.

    What is believed to have been conspiracy to destroy Government buildings and Europeans' houses at Calcutta was revealed when the police discovered 70 sticks of ...

    Article : 73 words
  13. KOREANS ARRESTED.

    In i raid at Shanghai last night secret service agents and Japanese consular police arrested three Koreans and seized three pistols and two bombs. The Japanese ...

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  14. FERRY DELAYED BY GALE.

    With the ferry steamer Killara stormbound in Waterloo Bay on her voyage from Sydney, Mr. A. K. T. Sambell chartered the Holyman steamer Tambar late last ...

    Article : 577 words
  15. AEROPLANE CRASHES.

    An extraordinary flying accident occurred at Ambala (Punjab) yesterday, in which two persons were killed and two were injured. Pilot-Officer R. B. Young and ...

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  16. MOTORING AT COWES.

    COWES, Sunday.—Three of the 19 acceptors for the Light Car Club of Victoria's 200 miles Grand Prix motor-car race tomorrow have been climinated by ...

    Article : 171 words
  17. Duke of Abruzzi.

    The death has occurred of the Duke of Abruzzi, who was aged 60 years. The duke was a first cousin of King Victor Emmanuel III. He was one of the ...

    Article : 374 words
  18. BUTTER RESTRICTIONS.

    Upon his return from Canberra on Saturday morning the leader of the Opposition in the House of Representatives (Mr. Scullin) made a statement criticising the ...

    Article : 411 words
  19. ITEMS OF INTEREST.

    In one of the nine bathing-boxes which were burnt at Hampton on Friday night was a collection of between 60 and 70 beach umbrellas, kept for hiring to visitors. They ...

    Article : 477 words
  20. France's War Debt.

    M. Herriot, a former Prime Minister of France, has published an article conceding that President Roosevelt's conciliatory statement has met the conditions the ...

    Article : 113 words
  21. British By-election.

    A by-election was held for the Ashford (Kent) seat owing to Captain the Hon. Michael Knatchbull (Cons.) succeeding to the barony of Brabourne. It resulted:— ...

    Article : 69 words
  22. FIRE AT NORTHCOTE.

    Children are thought to have caused a grass fire which quickly spread, and caused much damage to the timber mill of C. A. Groves Pty. Ltd., of Merri parade, ...

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  23. MOTOR-SHIP EXPLODES.

    Thirteen survivors of a crew of 28 of the Norwegian motor-ship Hinnoy (4,000 tons) were landed here this morning by the Japanese vessel Naples Maru, six of the ...

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  24. BABY BURNED TO DEATH.

    BIRCHIP, Saturday.—Tragedy attended a fire which destroyed the homestead of Mr. J. N. Spittle, about four miles north of Birchip, this afternoon. Mr. Spittle went out ...

    Article : 104 words
  25. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    Theodoris Petrou, a native of Cyprus, aged 20 years, who was charged with having murdered Dr. Angelos Lemenides, head of the Cypriot Brotherhood in London, has ...

    Article : 147 words
  26. Cardinal Bourne III.

    The Roman Catholic Archbishop of Westminister (Cardinal Bourne), who is aged 72 years, is gravely ill, and the last sacrament has been administered to him. ...

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  27. Business in Canada.

    Three Canadian companies declared to-day that the business tide had turned, and that they intended to extend operations. A creosoting plant at Edmonton (Alberta) ...

    Article : 85 words
  28. Mr. Temple Thurston Dead.

    The death occurred to-day of Mr. E. Temple Thurston, dramatic author and novelist, aged 53 years. [Mr. Temple thurston commenced writing ...

    Article : 117 words
  29. World Conference.

    A Treasury communique states that the French Minister for Finance (M. Bonnet) had a conversation to-day with the Chancellor of the Exchequer (Mr. ...

    Article : 112 words
  30. DOG FANCIERS AGGRIEVED.

    DANDENONG, Saturday.—At a meeting of the Dandenong Poultry and Kennel Society Mr. Groves, M.L.A., was asked to try to influence the removal of the ...

    Article : 147 words
  31. THE SPIRIT OF ENTERPRISE.

    The spirit of enterprise is a great asset to a city or to a district. An estimate of the progress and enterprise of a city or of a district may be ...

    Article : 154 words
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  35. LATE SHIPPING NEWS.

    NEW SOUTH WALES.—SYDNEY.—Arrived.— March 19—10.20 p.m., Speybank, from Wusun[?]; 10.29 p.m., Goulburn, Melbourne; 11.20 p.m., Corio, Geelong. ...

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