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  3. MR. MENZIES LEADER OF U.A.P.

    CANBERRA, Tuesday.—By a majority of four votes over Mr. Hughes, Mr. Menzies was to-day elected leader of the United Australia party in succession to the late Mr. Lyons. Mr. Menzies will probably become Prime Minister to-morrow evening. ...

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  4. NEW UNITED AUSTRALIA PARTY LEADER.

    A happy study of Mr. Menzies, M.H.R., the newly elected leader of the United Australia party, and Mrs. Menzies. Mr. Menzies was elected yesterday after a ballot taken at a meeting of the party at Canberra. It is almost certain that Mr. Menzies will become Prime Minister. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 53 words
  5. PRECAUTIONS BY DEMOCRACIES

    Although the international situation is regarded as having eased slightly as a result of President Roosevelt's intervention, British and French naval experts are not relaxing preparations in the Mediterranean. ...

    Article : 526 words
  6. RESPITE UNTIL HERR HITLER SPEAKS

    Herr Hitler's decision to summon the Reichstag on April 28 is regarded in some quarters as a definite sign that there will be a respite until that date at least. Widespread speculation is being indulged in in London ...

    Article : 686 words
  7. INJURED IN FALL

    CANBERRA, Tuesday.—Seven hours before he was elected new leader of the United Australia party, Mr. Menzies ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 238 words
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  9. MAN WOUNDED

    Shot by a man who sprang from a car and fired from his pocket in St. Kilda road last night. Alan Thompson, aged about 28 years of Chapel street. East St. ...

    Article : 258 words
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