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  3. BETTER PROSPECTS IN DANZIG

    Amid numerous conflicting reports there now seems some reason to believe that a peaceful settlement of the Danzig issue may be reached by Germany and Poland. Several reports state that agreement in ...

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  4. LINER BURNS, SINKS

    An American oil tanker is reported to have taken off the 110 passengers and crew of 102 from the liner Bokuyo ...

    Article : 189 words
  5. HATE DRIVE STRONGER

    With authoritative British and Japanese circles predicting the breakdown of the discussions between Great ...

    Article : 302 words
  6. MR. MENZIES HECKLED

    KALGOORLIE (W.A.), Tuesday.—Crowds were shut out of the Kalgoorlie Town Hall to-night when the Prime ...

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    TO KEEP PACE WITH THE NAVAL EXPANSION PROGRAMME on additional number of men for the Royal Australian Navy is in training at the Flinders Nav[?]l Depot. Some recruits began training yesterday after the annual vacation. (Top) Signalmen at exercises. (Centre) Seamen gunners ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  8. BOILER EXPLODES

    Fifteen men were killed and 18 were injured by a boiler explosion aboard the Norddeutscher-Lloyd steamer Berlin 15 miles from ...

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  9. REGISTER CARD DEMAND

    Heavy demands were again made on post-offices yesterday for National Register cards and property forms. Up to 6 p.m. last night about ...

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  10. ITALIAN MINISTER VISITS FUHRER

    The more optimistic reports are based on an official statement made in Danzig that the Fuhrer told the leader of the Nazi party in the Free ...

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  11. RESTRICTING S.P. BETS

    Restrictions on the dissemination by any means of information regarding belting odds on horse-races will be discussed[?] soon by ...

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  12. "WRONG WAY" FLIER MARRIED

    Douglas ("Wrong Way") Corrigan married his childhood sweetheart, Elizabeth Marvin, yesterday. It[?] was the anniversary of his ...

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  13. ARMED BANDIT IN CAR

    BALLARAT, Tuesday.—Michael Collins, a hire-car driver, of Talbot street, was held up by an armed bandit on a lonely road near ...

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  14. SUSPENDED BY TRIBUNAL

    J. Mueller, vice-captain of Melbourne, and G. Waters, of Hawthorn, were suspended for four and six weeks respectively by the ...

    Article : 134 words
  15. GERMANY AND SOVIET

    The German Ambassador in Moscow (Count von Schulenburg) will visit Berlin next week to receive new instructions for ...

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  16. TREATY WITH ITALY

    General Franco, the Malaga correspondent of the "Daily Express" understands, has refused to enter into any direct military alliance ...

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  17. KETCH A TOTAL WRECK

    LAUNCESTON, Tuesday. — The auxiliary ketch Defender (67 tons) is a total wreck, according to a report received at St. Helens. ...

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  18. [?]0,000[?]MILE CALL TO OIL FIRE

    Three fire-fighting experts will depart in the Transatiantic flying Clipper to-morrow on the second leg of a 10,000-mile dash to ...

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  19. HIGH PROFITS IN ARMS

    Speaking at Folkestone, Viscount Samuel (Lib.), who was Home Secretary in 1931-32, said that although the Government had promised in a ...

    Article : 166 words
  20. DUCK SHOOTER KILLED

    BRISBANE, Tuesday.—Edgar F. Brennan, aged 27 years, a Brisbane solicitor and nephew of Mr. Justice Brennan, was found dead to-day ...

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  21. INTERRUPTER IN PARLIAMENT

    SYDNEY, Tuesday. — A woman who began to address the Legislative Assembly from the ladies' gallery to-day had to be removed ...

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  22. MEET AFTER 64 YEARS

    MILDURA, Tuesday. — For the first time in 64 years a woman and her brother met in Mildura to-day. The woman is Mrs. B. S. Fowler, ...

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  23. Return Thanks to Sustenance Branch — In Cash

    It is not all "pay out" for the Sustenance Branch, for the officer in charge (Mr. Frawley) yesterday received £6 from a man who had ...

    Article : 172 words
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