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MR. SPENDER FOR U.K.

Australian External Affairs Minister, Mr. Percy Spender, left Singapore by air to-day for London and later, the United States. Last night he had an informal conference with R.A.F., Royal Australian Air Force and Army commanders.

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REPLICAN OF BATH AND WEST

Programme for First Bridgwater Show Prospect of Attractive Display   Organised as a result of the success of the Bath and West Show in 1939, Bridgwater Agricultural Show, at Huntworth Park on Tuesday, July 19th will be a replica to a large extent of the recent display at Bristol, and will be the first local…

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SCOTLAND HOLDS CLUE TO STONE

Yard View   Despite the most intensive and widespread inquiries, Scotland Yard are still unable to organize their search for the Coronation Stone along any very definite lines. Their inquiries have already extended to all parts of England, as well as Scotland. Police now feel that the first real clue will be from Scotland. Vital…

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PERTH ON THE AIR SOON

“Radio Perth calling. Radio Perth calling” will be soon reverberating round the world of radio amateurs. At the transmitter in his house at 43 Tulloch Road, Perth, will be Mr. A.E. Jordan. The first Perth radio amateur to operate from a Council house, he received permission this week from the House Management Committee of Perth…

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FORTH SEINE NET BAN TO GO

Use of a seine net or a flounder net with a bag in the capture of white fish will be permitted soon in the while of the Firth of Forth. East Fife fishing burghs have been informed the Scottish Secretary has drawn up a by-law permitting these nets in the area bounded by the north…

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British Prowess at Tennis

British sport lovers have good cause for jubilation over the result of the Davis Cup contest with America at Paris yesterday. Our team has now won its way into the challenge round against France, with excellent prospects of wresting the trophy from the holders. At the Wimbledon tournament British hopes were disappointed. In the golf…

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Silver and Eastern Trade

The World Economic Conference has actually succeeded in reaching agreement on one subject at last. It is a treaty signed by the eight chief silver-producing and silver-consuming countries to regulate the production and price of the metal. Perhaps the rarity of achievement at the Conference accounts for something of the lyrical enthusiasm of the American…

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Recent history of Newton Aboot

Newton Aboot is one of these English towns which are known for having rich, but not always colorful history. Especially there recent period has brought a lot of changes into the way the town had been developing. The most cruel time for it was during the World War II when the town got bombed two…