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  2. NAPOLEON'S FURNITURE FOR THE KING

    The famous Quai d'Orsay will house the King and Queen when Their Majesties pay their State visit to' Paris this month. This will be the King's bedroom, and he will use Napoleon's bed and desk. While in France the King will unveil the Australian war memorial at Villers-Bretonneux. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  3. DELAY IN TALKS

    Proposed discussions between British Ministers and the Austradian trade delegation, which is now in London, may be ...

    Article : 480 words
  4. SCENES OF HORROR INCREASE

    "A catalogue of horrors even worse than those of Guernica (Spain) followed the Japanese air raid on Canton yesterday," says the Hong Kong correspondent of the "Daily Express," who was in Canton during the raids. ...

    Article : 976 words
  5. MEMORIAL IN FRANCE

    CANBERRA, Tuesday.—The "nonAustralian" nature of the Australian War Memorial at Villers-Bretonneux, which will be unveiled by the ...

    Article : 405 words
  6. LIFE STORY FOR PAPERS

    Eugene Wiedmann, the German who is awaiting trial at Versailles for the alleged murder of four men and two women, is working day and ...

    Article : 139 words
  7. SUNDAY TENNIS OPPOSED

    The Caulfield Council last night declined a request by the Ormond Tennis Club for permission to play on the council courts at Ormond Park on Sundays. ...

    Article : 218 words
  8. Two Views of Britain's Foreign Policy

    AN influential political magazine, 'Omnibus," surprisingly criticises the German Press. "In the strong polemic which the ...

    Article : 231 words
  9. German Default BRITAIN A GUARANTOR

    Ever since Germany absorbed Austria in March and amalgamated the Austrian National Bank with the Reichsbank, the financial world ...

    Article : 307 words
  10. APPOINTMENTS IN EAST

    CANBERRA, Tuesday. — There is a strong reluctance among members of the Commonwealth Public Service to accept official appointments in China and Japan. ...

    Article : 120 words
  11. REFUSAL OF PERMIT

    Intoxicating liquor cannot be introduced and consumed at social functions in the Caulfield Town Hall unless the council has given permission. A resolution to that ...

    Article : 253 words
  12. TWO MORE ATTACKS

    Two more British ships were bombed at Alicante, south-eastern Spain, to-day. One of them, said to be the Thorpehaven, was ...

    Article : 515 words
  13. SEAMAN ON TRIAL

    Allegations of immorality and threats by the accused were made by the prosecution at the opening of the trial of Edwin ...

    Article : 269 words
  14. ARTIST'S SUIT AGAINST FILM STAR FAILS

    The suit brought by Mr. Willy Pogany, the artist, against Miss Constance Bennett, the film star, has been dismissed on the ground of insufficient evidence. ...

    Article : 87 words
  15. AUSTRALIANS IN ENGLAND

    CANBERRA, Tuesday. — Conscription was not discussed at the last Imperial Conference or at any conference attended by any of the Australian representatives ...

    Article : 124 words
  16. NEED FOR PLAY LEADERS

    Although there are 200 playgrounds in the municipal area, only six of them are supplied with trained playleaders, said Sir James Barrett, at a meeting of the ...

    Article : 106 words
  17. PARENTS TAKEN TO TASK

    Mr. Raymond Hennlker-Heaton, wellknown writer on psychology, addressing the British Union of Practical Psychologists at Southport, described mothers as ...

    Article : 128 words
  18. AID FOR VICTIMS OF PARALYSIS

    A painless process by means of which the stunted legs of victims of infantile paralysis may be lengthened is said to have been discovered by Dr. Roy Abbott ...

    Article : 156 words
  19. SLOVAKS CHEER DR. HODZA

    The Prime Minister (Dr. Hodza), who spoke at Bratislave to-day, was acclaimed by thousands of Slovaks, whoso shouts of "Hodza for ever!" refused the Slovak ...

    Article : 161 words
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  21. BOXERS' PLANE FOUND

    The missing plane carrying three Royal Air Force boxers and their trainer was sighted from the air 20 miles north of the Limpopo River. ...

    Article : 120 words
  22. EXPEDITION TO NEW GUINEA

    Mr. Richard Archbold, the millionaire explorer, and his five companions left here this morning in their huge flying-boat for Wake Island on their way to New Guinea, ...

    Article : 127 words
  23. TELEVISION OVER 220 MILES

    Television transmission over a distance of 220 miles is reported from Middl[?]brough, where, on standard receiving apparatus erected on a specially chosen site ...

    Article : 65 words
  24. COMMUNIST ALLIANCE MOTION DEFEATED

    On the casting vote of the president, the Amalgamated Engineering Unions's national Committee rejected a resolution asking the Labour party to invite the ...

    Article : 45 words
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  26. NINE KILLED IN SECT QUARREL

    Nine persons were killed in a fight between members of the Taga and Vaishya religious sects in the village of Kakaipur, near Meerut. ...

    Article : 44 words
  27. GOLD, EXCHANGES, MARKETS

    Price of gold, £7/0/7. Exchanges.—Dollar, 4.94¾; franc, 178¼; guilder (Batavia), 8.95. Australian mining shores quietly steady. ...

    Article : 39 words
  28. W.G.'S SON DIES AT WICKET

    Major C. B. Grace, aged 56 years, youngest son of the great cricketer the late Dr. W. G. Grace, died while batting in a local match at Sidley, Surrey. ...

    Article : 46 words
  29. QUEEN HAS COLD

    Queen Elizabeth has a slight cold, and is remaining indoors at the Royal Lodge, Windsor. She has cancelled her afternoon engagement to attend a rehearsal of ...

    Article : 36 words
  30. London Metal Prices

    Metal prices at 2 p.m. to-day compared hereunder with official closing quotations on Friday (In parentheses):- Copper, standard, £34/17/6 (£34 ...

    Article : 54 words
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