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  2. Advertising

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  3. CITY FORECAST:

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  4. "UKRAINE'S CASE A SHAM"

    NEW YORK, Sept. 19.—"The whole world recognises that the Ukrainian case, as brought here, is a sham," declared the British delegate, Sir Alexander Cadogan, ...

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  5. WHERE RAIN HAS FALLEN IN N.S.W.

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  6. DROUGHT BREAK IN SIGHT NOW More Good Rain

    Good rains yesterday—in some areas more than 250 points—will go far in breaking the drought in the north and north-west of the State. ...

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  7. Optimism In Drought Areas Grows

    Pointers to the growing optimism in the drought-stricken areas of N.S.W. are:— An improvement in prices for ...

    Article : 388 words
  8. ACCUSER'S "TITTLE-TATTLE"

    It was Sir Alexander Cadogan's day at the Security Council. The thirteenth meeting on what has become known as the Ukraine's ...

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  9. CHURCHILL'S PLEA

    ZURICH, Sept. 19 (A.A.P.).— The first step in the re-creation of the European family must be a partnership between France and ...

    Article : 401 words
  10. Northern Miners Support "Back" Saturday Work

    NEWCASTLE, Thursday.—Miners' Federation officials believe that mine-workers on the northern field have decided by secret ballot to work on "back" Saturdays. ...

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  11. 48 HOURS' SOAKING DRIZZLE

    The rain, which began on Tuesday night, fell in a steady soaking drizzle for 48 hours. Yesterday, the rain clouds came ...

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  12. INDONESIANS' THREAT

    BATAVIA, Sept. 19 (A.A.P.).— "If the Dutch use force and fighting breaks out we shall resort to a scorched earth policy," said the ...

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  13. GOOD FALLS IN QUEENSLAND

    Drought-stricken south-west Queensland has received what one of them called "the best September rains in living memory"—falls ...

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  14. POLICE CHASE IN CITY

    Detectives of the C.I.B. consorting squad chased a man for half a mile through city streets last night before they arrested ...

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  15. WEATHER BUREAU'S HOPES

    The Divisional Meteorologist, Mr. Newman, said last night that the rain had been appreciable, and seemed effectively to have broken ...

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  16. Hid Wallet So Well He Forgot It

    As a precaution against thieves, James Robert Donald, a visitor to Sydney from Mt. Mitchell, via Glencoe, went to great trouble to ...

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  17. BIG MOVEMENT OF STOCK

    More than one million sheep and 75,000 cattle were transported by rail in New South Wales during August, the Commissioner for ...

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  18. END OF SHIPPING STRIKE IN SIGHT

    NEW YORK, Sept. 19 (A.A.P.).— The way was made clear to-day for a settlement of the U.S. shipping strike when the Maritime Union of ...

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  19. Union Ban On Smokes Hand-out

    Claiming that it was unfair trading, the Hairdressers' Union stopped a King's Cross hairdresser this week from giving away a free ...

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  20. BRITISH FLEET FOR GREECE

    MALTA, Sept. 19 (A.A.P.).—The British Mediterranean Fleet sailed from Malta yesterday, and is expected in Greek waters to-morrow. ...

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  21. TREATY TALKS IN PARIS

    PARIS, Sept. 19 (A.A.P.).—It is learned that Britain and America have jointly renewed their effort to speed up the Paris Conference, ...

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  22. SUMMARY OF TO-DAY'S NEWS

    WELCOME RAIN.—Good rains yesterday—in some areas more than 250 points—will go far in breaking the drought in the ...

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  23. Mr. Graves, M.L.C. In Adelaide; Returning Soon

    ADELAIDE, Thursday.—Mr. J. J. Graves, M.L.C., one of the two Labour members who were absent from the New South Wales ...

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  24. When Is The Time For Real Tax Cuts?

    ALL political parties are agreed that greater production of goods should be the chief aim of national policy to-day. To what extent are high taxes paralysing the incentive ...

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  25. China's Open Door Policy

    NANKING, Sept. 19 (A.A.P.). —China Would follow the "open door" policy of granting equal economic opportunities, on a ...

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  26. Party To Inquire

    Officers of the official Labour Party intend to interview Messrs. Graves and Tannock, M.L.C.s, on why they did not attend the debate ...

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