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  3. FORECAST.

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  5. NEW WHA[?] CONTROL

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—By a[?] tion of the Tran[?] Workers Act or by [?] means the Federal Atto[?] ...

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  6. BUSH FIRE INQUIRY

    Requests for the appointment of a Royal Commission on the recent bush fires will be discussed to-day by the State ...

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  7. AIRBOAT IN SEA

    The Imperial Airways flying-boat Cavalier, when bound from New York to Bermuda yesterday, was ...

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    IN HOLIDAY RIG BENEATH SUNNY SKIES at the annual regatta of the Davey's Bay Yacht Club at Frankston on Saturday. From left—Top: Miss Judith Daniels, Miss Margot Lewis at the helm of her yacht; and Miss Betty Onians. Lower: Miss Nannette Lewis and her sister, Mrs. Ray Clarke; and Mrs. M. Gill. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. HITLER'S PURGE REICHSBANK OFFICERS

    Further dismissals from the Reichsbank have followed the compulsory retirement of the president (Dr. ...

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  11. NO RAIN YET

    Although the whole of Australia is covered by a low-pressure system, a Weather Bureau officer said last night that there was no ...

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  12. INFLATION PROBLEM

    The "Sunday Times," commenting on the dismissal of Dr. Schacht, says that the immediate financial problem before Germany is ...

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  13. READY FOR BOMBINGS

    According to the "Sunday Referee," the authorities are ready to meet a huge outbreak of bombing attempts ...

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  14. RESCUES IN SURF

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—There were nearly 200 surf rescues on different beaches to-day, the most notable being at Manly, where 50 ...

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  15. ANTI-SOVIET PACT

    High officials in Berlin regard it as a foregone conclusion that Czechoslovakia will join the anti-Soviet pact— ...

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  16. RELIEF FUND AT £54,265

    VICTORIANS again responded generously at the week-end to the appeal by "The Argus" on behalf of ...

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  17. NEW GLIDING RECORD

    When he piloted the Grunau Baby II. sailplane of the Gliding Club of Victoria fiom Laverton to Beveridge — a distance of 30 miles ...

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  18. LORD NUFFIELD GIVES £10,000

    Lord Nuffield, speaking at the Durban Country Club to-day, announced that he intended to give £10,000 to the South African ...

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  19. N.Z. MAY OFFER MILL WORK

    AUCKLAND (N.Z.), Sunday.—As there is a shortage of bushmen and skilled mill operatives in New Zealand, it is believed that work could ...

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  20. YOUTH DROWNED IN SURF

    Peter Forman, aged 19 years, of Fairview road, East Malvern, was drowned at Point Leo, near Flinders, early yesterday morning, when ...

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  21. NEW HOSPITAL BLOCK

    GEELONG, Sunday.—The business manager of the Geelong and District Hospital (Mr. C. R. Frencham) conferred this week with the ...

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  22. ARREST AFTER CRASH

    Lionel J. Miller, of Kurting, was driving a motor-car on the Calder Highway on Friday night when it struck an electric light pole. Miller's wife was cut by glass ...

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  23. INJURIES FATAL

    John Kearney, aged 29 years, of Lygon street, Carlton, died in St. Vincent's Hospital on Saturday from injuries received when he was struck by a car in Johnston ...

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  24. WOMAN'S BODY FOUND

    The body of a woman belleved to be Mrs. Lina Taylor, aged 29 years, of The Esplanade, Clifton Hill, was found by a Picnic party in National Park, Upper ...

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