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  2. NANKING TO BE BOMBED TO-DAY

    Japan has completed her plans for another air raid on Nanking to-morrow. A large force of Japanese bombing planes is being assembled at Tsungming Island, at the mouth of the Yangste-kiang, ready to ...

    Article : 388 words
  3. GUARDING EUROPE FROM WAR

    "Britain will spare no effort to prevent a general European war," declared the British Foreign Secretary (Mr. Eden) when he addressed ...

    Article : 296 words
  4. AFTERNOON ON THE TAN TRACK

    Tall trees along the river bank and snow-white clouds formed a striking background for Chili Reid, Norman Morris, and Laurie O'Brien, as they exercised their ponies on the tan track in Alexandra avenue. A fruit tree in blossom added colour to the scene. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 51 words
  5. LABOUR STATES ITS POLICY

    From his own electorate of Fremantle, the Federal leader of the Labour party (Mr. Curtin) outlined to-night the policy of the Labour party for the Federal election on October 23. ...

    Article : 391 words
  6. CARRIAGES DERAILED

    Passengers on the 8 a.m. express train from Geelong to Melbourne narrowly escaped serious injury yesterday morning when three ...

    Article : 360 words
  7. STRIKE MAY MAKE 7,200 IDLE

    About 7,200 workers will be involved if plans for a strike in the textile industry in Melbourne and Sydney, which have been discussed, ...

    Article : 219 words
  8. MURDER ON STATION

    Mary Learey, aged 22 years, who was employed as a cook-laundress on Anguilong Station, about 25 miles from Carcoar, on the Cadia road, ...

    Article : 168 words
  9. DUST AND SNOW IN N.S.W.

    A brief but violent windstorm, in which one gust reached a velocity of 61 miles an hour, swept Sydney to-night. Minor damage was done. ...

    Article : 164 words
  10. PEOPLE'S CONSENT TO WAR

    In trade relationships Australia should treat the world as a whole, with preference to the United Kingdom and the sister Dominions. ...

    Article : 390 words
  11. PEACE VITAL TO U.S.A.

    "The security of the United States will be seriously jeopardised if international anarchy replaces law," said the Secretary of State (Mr. ...

    Article : 121 words
  12. THE OLDEST "ARGUS" READER?

    As the last century was nearing its half-way mark, and two years before the discovery of gold made Victoria the Mecca of every ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 260 words
  13. TENT ERECTED FOR INJURED

    When heavy rain fell immediately after a road accident to-day, near by residents erected a tent fly to provide shelter while the injured received ...

    Article : 108 words
  14. WORLD'S TALLEST MAN HERE

    Miss Helen Edwards, air hostess, took steps to reach Dennis O'Duffy when he arrived in Melbourne yesterday from Adelaide by the airliner Pengana. O'Duffy, who is an Irish guardsman, is 8ft. 5½in. in height, and claims to be the world's ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 47 words
  15. USED GUN FOR AL CAPONE

    Days when Al Capone ruled the underworld of Chicago have been recalled by the discovery of the body of "Limey the Tough," one of his ...

    Article : 135 words
  16. DERAILED CARRIAGE OF "FLIER"

    A stout post was propped against this carriage to prevent it crashing to the ground when three carriages of the Geelong Flier were derailed yesterday near the Newport station. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 36 words
  17. MAN STABBED AT FITZROY

    Twice stabbed in an affray yesterday, James Moloney, aged 35 years, was found to be wounded when he was examined by the police ...

    Article : 132 words
  18. 100 Candles for Birthday of Oldest City Church

    Flame from 100 candles burnt a circle into the darkness. Sugar diamonds glistened on a two-tiered cake. The light fell on a row of ...

    Article : 221 words
  19. ATTACKED BY NATIVES

    Three policemen were killed and one was seriously injured when they were attacked by frencied natives to-day as they were conducting a ...

    Article : 54 words
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