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  2. FORECAST.

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    The Duchess of Kent, world-famous beauty and leader of fashion, will accompany the Duke of Kent to Australia next year when he will take up his appointment as Governor-General of the Commonwealth. This striking picture, by Bertram Park, of the Duchess and her beautiful sisters, the Countess Tocrring and the Princess Paul of Jugoslavia, arrived in Melbourne by airmail yesterday. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 60 words
  5. BOMBERS SET NEW WORLD RECORD

    All three of the Vickers Wellesley night bombers, which left Ismailia (Egypt) on Saturday morning for Australia, arrived safely at Darwin yesterday. Each succeeded in breaking the previous world record for ...

    Article : 532 words
  6. CR. DAVIES DEFEATED

    By a majority of 156 votes, Mr. W. J. Brens, manufacturer, of Leicester street, Carlton, defeated Councillor D. T. ...

    Article : 473 words
  7. MR. LYONS MAKES CHANGES

    CANBERRA, Monday.—Two new members have been added to the Federal Cabinet by changes in personnel and duties announced to-night by the Prime Minister (Mr. Lyons), but apart from the withdrawal of the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. GIFT OF £80,000 TO M.L.C.

    Through a magnificent gift of £80,000 and nearly seven acres of valuable land made by Mr. G. R. Nicholas and by provision of the late Mr. A. M. Nicholas, the Methodist Ladies' College in Barker's road, Kew, will ...

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  10. SHOOTING IN EMBASSY

    The secretary to the German Embassy (Herr von Rath) was shot and seriously wounded by a Jew to-day. The Jew, who was ...

    Article : 269 words
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  12. £68,000 OFFER TO DIONNE FAMILY

    Billy Rose, a famous Broadway producer, is reported to have offered Mr. and Mrs. Dionne 25,000 dollars (£A6,250) each and 250,000 ...

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  13. £1,000,000,000 FOR PLANES

    The "Daily Express" says that the Cabinet has decided to double the existing 2,700 first-line home defence aircraft, and to organise ...

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  14. BUSH SEARCHED FOR MEN

    KALGOORLIE (W.A.), Monday.— Police, blacktrackers, and private search parties to-day combed thick bush 40 miles from Kalgoorlie for ...

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  15. FROGS CAUSE STIR IN N.Z. TOWN

    AUCKLAND (N.Z.), Monday. — Following warm rain, an army of frogs from Tearoha Domain invaded the town, hundreds ...

    Article : 59 words
  16. WOMAN KILLED

    SYDNEY, Monday.—Mrs. Harry Hay, of Goulburn, was killed instantly to-night, when a motor-car in which she was a passenger got out of control half-way on ...

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  17. MIXED BATHING AT ST. KILDA

    In a letter from the executive committee of the National Council of Women of Victoria, which was before the St. Kilda Council last night, it was stated that the ...

    Article : 237 words
  18. "Daughter" is Now Father of Three Children

    Victoria has a better official "howler" than that disclosed by the predicament of Allan Roderick, of Auburn (N.S.W.), who applied for ...

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  19. DRY CUPBOARD

    Widely varying opinions on the question of a dry mayoral cupboard were expressed again at the meeting of the Oakleigh Council last night. ...

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  20. MAN FATALLY BURNED IN FIRE

    AUCKLAND (N.Z.), Monday.—A man whose identity is not known died on his way to hospital from burns which he received in a fire ...

    Article : 67 words
  21. KILLED BY TRAIN

    HOBART, Monday.—Cecil Hazel Edward Stubbs, aged 47 years of Ulverslonc, a linesman in the telegraph line repair branch of the Railways ...

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  22. MAN KILLED ON WHARF

    SYDNEY, Monday.—Robert Clyde Smith, aged 23 years, of Corrimal street, Wollongong, was crushed to death to-night, when two trucks collided on a ...

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