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  3. QUARTER OF THE GLOBE

    "We cannot tolerate Britain's possession of a quarter of the globe," said Hitler in his latest broadcast speech to the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  4. GERMANS USE FIRE DARTS

    Incendiary darts were dropped by a Heinkel bomber which attacked the British trawler Russell (246 tons) yesterday The skipper of the Russell said the enemy first raked the trawler with machine-gun fire six times, and then dropped dozens of ...

    Article : 479 words
  5. ADMIRALTY TO CONSTRUCT MERCHANT SHIPS

    The Prime Minister (Mr. Chamberlain) announced in the course of a speech to-day that the Admiralty was assuming responsibility immediately for building and repairing merchant ships. Sir James Lithgow, shipbuilder, ...

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  6. FINNS ASK FOR HELP: PLANES NEEDED

    In a striking appeal for assistance to Finland, the Finnish Minister to Paris (Dr. Holma) declared: "We are condemned to death unless help comes soon" This statement is taken as underlining Finland's constant pleas for fighter ...

    Article : 574 words
  7. NAZIS TO CROSS PACIFIC IN FISHING BOATS

    A United Press report says that 512 members of the crew of the scuttled German liner, Columbus, ...

    Article : 58 words
  8. ANTI-BRITISH ATTITUDE IN SOUTH AFRICA

    The old Afrikaans' nickname for the British, "Rooineks," which means, literally, "red necks," was heard in the House of Assembly to-day when ...

    Article : 279 words
  9. BIG DANISH DEFENCE PROGRAMME

    The "Daily Telegraph" Copenhagen representative says Denmark is undertaking an unprecedented defence programme. A ...

    Article : 221 words
  10. TUNA CANNING

    Recent research by the Council for Scientific and industrial Research has produced a bright out look for the future of a ...

    Article : 465 words
  11. DALADIER SENDS SHIRKERS TO FRONT

    The first fruits of M. Daladier's promise to clean up the shirkers were announced yesterday, when 72 men, who had secured soft jobs without ...

    Article : 68 words
  12. Allowing Foreign Doctors to Practice in N.S.W.

    The State Cabinet has decided to allow four foreign doctors to be registered for practice in New South Wales. They are Drs. G. Bondy, S. Feher, ...

    Article : 136 words
  13. GERMANS ON BORDER OF BALKANS

    Three German divisions have been massed for the last four or five days at the junction of the Austrian, ...

    Article : 187 words
  14. FRANCE'S GOLD RESERVE DOUBLE 1914

    M. Fournier, Governor of the Bank of France, revealed to-day that France entered the war with a gold reserve double that of 1914. The ...

    Article : 49 words
  15. America's Naval Programme Cut

    A two years' naval construction programme of 665,000,000 dollars (£A205,300,000), instead of the six years' 1,300,000,000 dollars ...

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  16. South Africa Buys Australian Wheat

    The Control Board has issued permits for the importation of 500,000 bags of Australian wheat, which is expected to be landed at 24/- a bag. including ...

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  17. BYRD MAKES BIG ANTARCTIC FLIGHT

    Rear-Admiral Byrd has reported having made a 180-minute flight, charting 300 miles of the Little America (Antarctic) coastline, says the ...

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  18. UNION CONGRESS ON APRIL 16

    The emergency committee of the Australasian Council of Trade Unions decided to-day to defer the opening date of the All-Australian Trade ...

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  19. NAZI "BIBLE" DENOUNCES RUSSIANS

    A new edition of "Mein Kampf" on sale which is unabridged still describes the Russian rulers as low, blood—stained criminals—the scum ...

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  20. German Plane Near Copenhagen

    The guns of a coastal fort fired on a German 'plane three miles from the capital. The machine disappeared to the north. ...

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  21. NOW IN FRENCH ARMY

    Prince von Starhemberg, former Vice-Chancellor of Austria, has , says a cable from Paris, been gazetted an infantry lieutenant ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  22. JAPAN AND FOREIGN POWERS IN CHINA

    Speaking in the Diet today the Japanese Foreign Minister (Mr. Arita) disclaimed any intention on the part of ...

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  23. ITALIANS REGARD RUSSIA AS ENEMY No. 1

    The Government-controlled italian press publishes Hitler's speech at the Berlin Sportspalast yesterday without comment, except in the case of the "Avvenire d'Italia," which, referring to the Russo-German pact, ...

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  24. WEATHER DISORGANISES BRITISH RAILWAYS

    Snow ploughs working on main lines for the first time in 40 years. . . . Frozen couplings which had to be hammered apart . . . Grease in the axle boxes frozen solid . . . These and many other difficulties are revealed in fortnight-old details which the railways ...

    Article : 321 words
  25. BUILDING FOUR SLOOPS IN AUSTRALIA

    For use in local defence duties, including coastal patrol, mine-sweeping, and anti-submarine services, four sloops are ...

    Article : 85 words
  26. U-Boat Survivors Interned

    U-boat survivors arrived in London last night, strongly guarded, on route to an internment camp. Most of them appeared to be in their 'teens, and ...

    Article : 36 words
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