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  2. CONDITIONS TO-DAY

    Mr. Winston Churchill, in an interview with a representative of the "Morning Post" apropos the 20th anniversary of the outbreak of was, said that while there ...

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  3. FEDERAL ELECTION

    "I am fit for another 10 years or more of active service," was the laconic reply which Major-General C. H. Brand gave when asked why he was seeking to ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 616 words
  4. ATTACK ON BUSINESS MEN

    Surprise was caused to-day by pamphlets issued by the Minister for Trade and Commerce (Mr. Stevens), who alleges that unserupulous financiers and business ...

    Article : 281 words
  5. EMPIRE GAMES BEGIN

    Five hundred men and women athletes from 16 Dominions and colonies of the British Empire took part in the Empire Games which began at London on Saturday. Claire Dennis succeeded in creating a new British ...

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  6. EXCITING ARRESTS

    BRISBANE, Sunday.—Detectives who have been investigating the theft of tobacco and other property, valued at £700, from the warehouse of Burns, Philp, and ...

    Article : 285 words
  7. PRESIDENT HINDENBURG

    Widespread preparations are being made for the funeral of President von Hindenburg at Tannenburg, whither his body will be carried on a ...

    Article : 414 words
  8. SOUTH'S FINE RALLY

    South Melb., 23 gls. 13 bhds. (151 pts.) Carlton. 17 gls. 8 bhds. (110 pts.) In the first half of the return match between South Melbourne and Carlton, ...

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  9. MANUFACTURER KILLED

    Mr. Walter Hancock, aged 53 years, proprietor of Hancock's Golden Crust Pty. Ltd., was killed instantly when an explosion occurred in the company's factory in ...

    Article : 324 words
  10. SIR JOHN SIMON

    The British Foreign Secretary (Sir John Simon) has issued a denial of statements that he is of Jewish birth. He has also denied allegations that his ...

    Article : 155 words
  11. SWIMMING

    1,500 Yards Free Style.—First Heat: R. Pirie (Canada), 1; Noel Ryan (Australia), 2. Time, 18min. 45sec. Second Heat: N. Wainwright (England), 1; G. Larsen ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  12. Sympathy in Great Britain

    The King has commanded that flags be flown at half-mast on all Government buildings on Tuesday, the day of the funeral of the late President von Hindenburg. ...

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  13. BAPTISTS IN GERMANY

    Delegates of 40 nationalities, including 300 British, Australian, New Zealand, and South African representatives, attended the opening of the fifth Baptist World ...

    Article : 221 words
  14. MAN FOUND DEAD IN MOTOR-CAR

    A man, who was subsequently identified as William Charles Leach, aged about 38 years, of Lygon street, Carlton, was found dead on Saturday in a sedan car ...

    Article : 225 words
  15. ANTI-WAR CONFERENCE

    Opening a conference at the Assembly Hall on Saturday, the chairman (the Rev. Selwyn Evans) said that the Victorian Council Against War was not a ...

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  16. BANK'S LOSSES, £12,304,600

    PERTH, Friday. — The report of the Royal commission on the State Agricultural Bank released to-day, strongly criticises the management of the bank. It ...

    Article : 218 words
  17. U.A.P. CAMPAIGN

    Although Senator Sir Harry Lawson intends to retire from politics he will assist the Lyons Ministry in its campaign. It was announced on Saturday that Sir ...

    Article : 132 words
  18. HITLER'S PLEBISCITE

    It is questioned in many quarters whether Herr Hitler will receive in the plebiscite, to be held on August 19 upon the new law creating him Reich Leader ...

    Article : 285 words
  19. Metcalfe's Great Effort

    J. P. Metcalfe was the first Australian to send the Commonwealth flag to the top of the flagstaff with a sensational win in the hop, step, and jump, in which he ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 557 words
  20. Trouble at Foochow

    In view of the disturbed conditions in the Fukien Province (China), where Communist forces are reported to be moving in the direction of Toochow, the British ...

    Article : 118 words
  21. Mr. Menzies Will Travel Far

    CANBERRA, Sunday.—After long conferences between the Prime Minister (Mr. Lyons) and Mr. R. G. Menzies, K.C., who his resigned from the Victorian Ministry ...

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  22. Owner of Gretna Green Smithy

    Hugh Mackie, aged 84 years, owner of the famous smithy at Gretna Green, Scotland, left personalty valued at £13,941. [?]The Gretna Green smithy has become ...

    Article : 78 words
  23. VICAR'S WARNING TO SON

    A strong protest against the hardships suffered by Anglican clergy and a warning to his son not to take Holy orders are contained in the will of the Rev. John ...

    Article : 180 words
  24. BOURKE LABOUR BALLOT

    Dissatisfaction was expressed by Labour supporters on Saturday with the decision of the central executive of the party to hold another selection ballot to ...

    Article : 205 words
  25. Motor-ship Runs Aground Near Auckland

    AUCKLAND (N.Z.), Sunday. — The motor-ship Hauraki grounded in thick fog near Milford Beach to-day while entering Auckland Harbour. She was bound ...

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  26. When Croquet Players Get Cross

    The "Morning Post" waxes merry over the discovery that an English croquet team will shortly leave for Australia. It says that if members of the team had ...

    Article : 158 words
  27. VIN D'ORANGE

    This attractive new wine is a genuine orange juice product, which will appeal to all those who appreciate wines of the sweet sherry type, but the flavour and ...

    Article : 94 words
  28. RHYTHM OF LIVING

    A rhythm of living, of eating, of sleeping—you feel the excellent effects of this at VICTORIA'S LEADING HYDRO. Leisured routine is of immeasurable ...

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  29. MUTUAL SHOWROOM AFTER STOCKTAKING CLEAN-UP

    Stocktaking has revealed many oddments in our showroom, which must be cleared to make room for the new spring goods. All these garments (some a little ...

    Article : 61 words
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