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  3. NEW LEADER TALKS TO NATION

    CANBERRA, Wednesday.—Introducing himself to the people of Australia in his new role, the Prime Minister (Mr. Menzies) in a national broadcast to-night made it clear that his Government would make the defence ...

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    IN A ROOM RINGED WITH PICTURES OF FORMER CABINETS the Federal Cabinet held its first meeting ycsterday after being sworn in at Government House, Canberra, by the Governor-General (Lord Gowrie). (From left) Seated:—The Attorney-General (Mr. Hughes), the Prime Minister (Mr. Menzies), Senator Collett (Assistant Minister), and the Minister for External Affairs (Sir Henry Gullett). Standing: —The Minister for Civil Aviation (Mr. Fairbairn), the Postmaster-General (Mr. Harrison), the Minister for the Interior (Senator Foil), the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. CONSCRIPTION IN BRITAIN

    Conscription is about to be introduced in Great Britain. The Prime Minister (Mr. Chamberlain) will probably announce its adoption in the House of Commons this afternoon. ...

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  6. TWO KILLED, 5 HURT Fire Victims in Truck Crash

    Two men were killed, five were injured, and nine suffered severe shock when a Country Roads Board truck ...

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  7. YOUNG PILOT MISSING

    DARWIN, Wednesday.—It is believed that Mr. Roy Edwards, a young pilot, who left Darwin in a Moth plane yesterday to bring ...

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  8. DICTATORS WARNED

    In an appeal for world peace to-day, the United States Secretary of State (Mr. Hull) bluntly warned the ...

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  9. ANGRY WITH CIANO

    The "Daily Express" says that the Italian Foreign Minister (Count Ciano) will not attend the meeting of the Reichstag in Berlin on ...

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  10. RISE FOR SHUNTERS

    Increases of Gd. a day have been granted to railway shunters in all branches as a result of an application they made to the Railways Classification Board. ...

    Article : 87 words
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  12. BING CROSBY AND KIDNAPPERS

    G-men are investigating threats by a Pacific Coast gang to kidnap one of the four children of the film star and crooner Bing Crosby. ...

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  13. ROYAL SUITE AT WHITE HOUSE

    Scotland Yard has imposed a ban on the disclosure of the bedrooms at White House that King George and Queen Elizabeth will occupy ...

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  14. FIERCE ATTACK ON WOMAN

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—Mrs. Mary Truda, aged 54 years, was found shockingly injured in her home in Elizabeth street, Artarmon, ...

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  15. AIR BRANCH

    CANBERRA, Wednesday.—Proposals prepared by the former Minister for Civil Aviation (Mr. Thorby) for an early transfer of the Civil Aviation Department to ...

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  16. WALLAN FATALITY

    Two persons were killed in a motor-car accident on Pretty Sally hill, Sydney road, near Wallan. A Victorian Civil ambulance and ...

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    THT NAZI FLAG (right) flying outside the offices of the German Consul-General was the cause of this hostile demonstration by 1,000 returned soldiers in Bridge street, Sydney, on Anzac Day. Police reinforcements and the fire brigade were called before the demonstrators were pscified by the removal of the flag ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  18. BRAWL IN SHIP

    After a brawl among the crew of the Sydney Star before she left for London last evening, two seamen were arrested and charged at Hie Port Melbourne ...

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  19. CHINESE KILLED

    BRISBANE, Wednesday.—A Chinese storekeeper named Go Lum was found dead in his shop in Cloncurry this morning. His head ...

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  20. LABOUR MEMBERS

    At the May Day demonstration on Sunday Labour members of Parliament will have their first test of complying with the new rule adopted by the Easter conference ...

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  21. TRAINING NURSES

    Suggestions for improvements in the training of nurses at, the Queen's Memorial Infectious Diseases Hospital, Fairfield, were made by Dr. J. P. Major at the ...

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