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  3. AGREEMENT REACHED BY AXIS POWERS

    The Saizburg representative of the Associated Press of Great Britain says that high German sources, when referring to the conference at Berchtesgaden between Herr Hitler, Herr von Ribbentrop and Count Ciano, ...

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  4. MR. STEVENS

    The prediction that the former Premier (Mr. Stevens) would again become the leader of the State, was made by the ...

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  5. HIGHER TAXES

    Every effort will be to distribute increased taxation over a very wide field, declared the Premier (Mr. Mair) after a ...

    Article : 131 words
  6. JAPANESE CABINET FACES CRISIS

    According to the Tokyo correspondent of British United Press, conservative members of the Cabinet have formulated counter-proposals in an effort to avert a crisis in the Cabinet over the demands of the Army for a ...

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  7. LABOUR PARTY

    The Labour Party's policy will be stated afresh by the Leader of the Federal Opposition (Mr. Curtin) in a second "Blue Book" Which he is now ...

    Article : 127 words
  8. EUROPEAN TENSION

    The Prime Minister (Mr. Menzies) denied to-night that he had stated, as reported in a section of the Press, that Herr ...

    Article : 206 words
  9. JAPANESE MILITARY ENDS TOKYO TALKS

    Japanese military representatives from Tientsin left Tokyo by air, stating tnat there was no justification for further delay in the talks. ...

    Article : 66 words
  10. DANISH FARMER

    The Rev. Johannes Brastup, Danish [?] who arrived in Sydney to-day. declared that Scandlnavans, although anxious ...

    Article : 120 words
  11. "CASE FOR GERMANY"

    Professor Laurie, a member of "The Link" organisation, who recently disclosed that a German firm had bought his book, "The Case for ...

    Article : 83 words
  12. GERMAN BARTER

    BERLIN, Monday.—Germany concluded her first barter agreement cement with Iran exchanging manufactures for 10,000 tons of cotton. ...

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  13. TEXTILE GOODS

    The Australian Agricultural Council to-day approved of the compulsory labelling of woollen textiles, and recommended that ...

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  14. TRAIN DISASTER IN AMERICA

    Nineteen persons were killed and nearly 60, including two Melbourne residents, were injured, whe the Southern Pacific Railway's 80-miles-an-hour stream-lined, express, City of San Francisco, crashed through a bridge ...

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  15. NO INCREASE IN FLOUR TAXATION

    The Prime Minister (Mr. Menzies) gave assurances to-day that it was not intended to raise any more money by means of a flour tax in order to assist the wheat industry. Mr. Menzies stated that the present time was not the occasion to review the incidence ...

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  16. Rumours of Army Ready to March

    The only certainty emerging from the Berchtesgaden talks is that the Herr Hitler and Count Ciano discussion covered more than Danzig. Rumours are circulating in Paris that Herr Hitler desired to expand the issue to embrace the Polish State.,i ...

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  17. COACH CAPSIZED

    Ronald Joseph Beckley 40 of Manly, N.S.W., and Elizabeth Irvine, 56, of Mosman, N.S.W., were killed when, a tourist passenger coach crashed ...

    Article : 132 words
  18. SOVIET TALKS IN PROGRESS

    Members of the British, French and Soviet military staffs, who have been assembled as part of the effort ...

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  19. SEIZURE OF GERMAN FUNDS UPHELD

    The Appeal Court has ruled that the German law forbidding the export of capital from Germany, is contrary to public ...

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  20. MR. ROOSEVELT TO REST

    Mr. Roosevelt has begun a 10-day vacation cruise in the North Atlantic. The Secretary for State (Mr. Hull) will keep him informed on events ...

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  21. EGYPTIAN MINISTRY RESIGNS

    King Farauk has accepted the. resignation of the Prime Minister (Mahmud Pasha) and has asked Alumaher Pasha to form a Government. ...

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  22. SUBMARINE AT RECORD DEPTH

    The Rome correspondent of the "Daily Telegraph" states that a record immersion of 334 feet is claimed for the submarine Faa di Bruno. ...

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  23. Danzig Police Chief to See Hitler

    The Police Commissioner (Burthardt) has gone to Germany. It is believed that he intends to see Herr Hitler, ...

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  24. Five Power Conference

    The Paris Press quotes Signor Mussolini with being on the point of proposing a Five-Power Conference, including Poland, but leaving out ...

    Article : 30 words
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