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  3. FORECAST.

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  5. INSURING NATION SHELVING OF PLAN

    CANBERRA, Wednesday.— When the Federal Cabinet agreed last week to summon a joint Ministerial party ...

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  6. REFUGEES CHOKE FRONTIER ROADS INTO FRANCE.—

    Thousands of civilian and army refugees are pouring across the Catalan frontier into France. The photograph shows the winding road to Cerbere (France) lined with civilian trucks, ambulances, and army lorries. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. HOSE BAN SOON

    Increased water restrictions, in the form of a ban on the use of water for gardens, will be imposed late in the summer, ...

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  8. FRENCH TALKS IN SPAIN

    Negotiations between M. Leon Berard, representative of the French Government, and the Spanish Nationalist Foreign Minister (General Jordana) will be resumed at Burgos to-morrow. ...

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  9. PHEW! That's Better

    With the temperature soaring toward the century, drinking fountains in the city were much appreciated yesterday. These ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  10. FAREWELL MESSAGE

    ADELAIDE, Wednesday.— "Our, aim and object in Victoria will be to devote ourselves to the service of ...

    Article : 278 words
  11. FIRES MAY SPREAD

    Northerly winds, temperatures above 100 degrees, and low humidity may provide conditions favourable for the rapid spread of bush fires ...

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  12. CRASH ENDS CHASE

    SWAN HILL, Wednesday.—A police chase through the main streets of Swan Hill and into New South Wales ended in the capture this ...

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  13. GERMANY'S NEW LINE OF FORTS

    More than 100,000 labourers, engineers, and other workers are reported to have begun the construction of a huge new line of ...

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  14. MR. CASEY'S NEW AIR LICENCE

    CANBERRA, Wednesday.—The Federal Treasurer (Mr. Casey) this week qualified for the endorsement of his air pilot's licence to carry ...

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  15. TWO KILLED IN CAR

    PERTH, Wednesday.—George Robinson, aged about 60 years, of Cottesloe, and Albert Wesley Lucas, aged about 44 years, of Subiaco, ...

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  16. MR HUGHES HAS OTHER IDEAS

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—Without referring directly to national insurance, the Minister for External Affairs (Mr. Hughes) expressed ...

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  17. EXHIBITION CASE

    Other sports grounds, including some used for League football, may be affected by the decision of Mr. Justice ...

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  18. PLUCKY RESCUE AT CHELSEA

    Aged only 13 years and barely 5ft. in height, Bruce Hughes, a junior member of the Chelsea Life-saving Club, was the central ...

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  19. U.S. FLEET IN PACIFIC

    "The Argus" Independent Cable Service WASHINGTON, Wednesday. Urging approval of the Guam developmental project, the chairman ...

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  20. HUGE TIGER SHARK CAUGHT BY ZANE GREY'S PARTY.—

    This picturegram shows a tiger shark weighing 1,3821b. and measuring 13ft. 10in. long and 7ft. 9in. around the girth which was caught yesterday on a rod and line off Sydney Heads by Mr. Lionel Bagnard, a member of Zane Grey's party. It took four hours to capture. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  21. 1,3281b. SHARK CAUGHT

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—Mr. Lionel Bagnard, a member of Mr. Zane Grey's fishing party, caught a tiger shark to-day weighing 1,382 ...

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  22. FELL TO DEATH OVER CLIFF

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—Mrs. Hilda Jane Barber, aged 56 years, of Hunter street, Hornsby, crashed 200ft. over the cliffs at Bondi ...

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  23. "Case History" of Salvaged Airmail Letter

    Postal thoroughness was demonstrated in the mail branch at the General Post-office yesterday. One of the letters remaining from the ...

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  24. WAR AGAINST DARWIN MOSQUITOES

    DARWIN, Wednesday.—An antimosquito campaign is being launched in Darwin by the Government Entomologist (Mr. F. H. ...

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  25. MR. CHAMBERLAIN TO PUBLISH BOOK

    The "Evening Standard" says that the Prime Minister (Mr. Chamberlain) has signed a contract for the publication of a book on peace. It ...

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