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    MELBOURNE WILL WELCOME VICTORIA'S NEW GOVERNOR (Sir Winston Dugan) and Lady Dug[?]n to-day. They will arrive at Port Melbourne in the Ulysses and drive in procession to Parliament House, where Sir Winston Dugan will be sworn in. The cavalry escort from the 20th Light Horse Regiment was photographed at rehearsal at South Melbourne on Saturday. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  4. BOYCOTT DEMANDS IN JAPAN

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  5. BURGLAR IN FIVE TOORAK HOMES[?]

    Rifle and revolver shots, the forcing of doors and windows, demands on women for money, the flashing of torches, and police searches disturbed the households in Toorak early yesterday, when a thief entered five homes in Kooyong ...

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  6. VICE-REGAL WELCOME

    Seventeen guns will roar in the Domain to-day as a Royal salute to Sir Winston Dugan after he has been sworn in ...

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  7. CRASH INTO WATER

    HOBART. Sunday. — When a Moth aeroplane, owned by the Tasmanian Aero Club, crashed in shallow water, near Cambridge ...

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  8. SHOTS AT GOERING?

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  9. VITAL TALKS ON BOYCOTT

    Moves to settle the dispute created by the boycott of the National Register have swiftly followed the decision by trade union leaders that they are ready to negotiate with the Federal Ministry. ...

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  10. SLASHED WITH RAZOR

    Having been slashed o[?]l the face with a razor and punched and kicked as he lay on the ground, Lawrence Birtels, aged 20 years, of ...

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  11. PRINCE PAUL'S VISIT

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  12. GERMANY AND POLAND

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  13. EVACUATION OF TYROL

    Unconfirmed reports from Berlin state that the evacuation of 300,000 German-speaking persons from the Italian Tyrol at Herr ...

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  14. THREE PEOPLE GASSED

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—Two men and one woman were found asphyxiated at their homes in different Sydney suburbs to-day. ...

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  15. MERCY PLANE CRASHES

    Three men were killed yesterday when a coastguard seaplane on a mercy flight to bring ashore a sick sailor crashed in a rough sea 150 ...

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  16. HITLER ON ART

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  17. SYDNEY-BRISBANE TWICE IN DAY

    BRISBANE, Sunday. — Making two return flights between Brisbane and Sydney yesterday, the DC3 Douglas plane Kyilla, of Airlines of ...

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  19. PEACE FRONT

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  20. Trousers Torn Off In Fight After Eton-Harrow Match

    LONDON, Sunday. Top hats were smashed in, umbrellas were broken, ties were torn, and trousers were ripped off after ...

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  21. NECK BROKEN BY CAR

    LAUNCESTON, Sunday. —When the front of a motor-car under which he was working fell on his neck on Saturday, Walter Ernest ...

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