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  • North and West Win in B Grade Norwood Outclassed In Semi-Final; Port's Late Bid Fails

    North romped home against Norwood, and West, playing with 17 men, held off an exciting last-minute bid by Port in the semi-finals of the Football Association to-day. ... [Article] (587 words)
  • Minor Premiers Beaten

    Teachers' College (third) defeated the minor premiers (Kenilworth) in a semi-final of the Amateur League Grade A II, today. ... [Article] (1206 words)
  • CHIMPANZEE SURVIVES A LETHAL DOSE

    Half a dozen injections of morphine, a dose strong enough to kill a man, failed to put to sleep a chimpanzee at the Cairo Zoo. The chimpanzee had to ... [Article] (80 words)
  • DOG OVERTURNS BOAT

    An Alsatian which unwittingly caused the death of his seven-year-old playmate stood whining mournfully on the edge of the lake where she was ... [Article] (318 words)
  • King's Physician Favors Cremation

    One crematorium would each year save the space equal to one football ground at present being eaten up by cemeteries, declared Lord Horder, the ... [Article] (92 words)
  • More Medals For Best Footballers

    Many close contests for "The Mail" medal have been experienced this season. Two medals ... [Article] (307 words)
  • Paralysis Fellowship

    A small group of men in Britain have formed the "infantile paralysis fellowship." Seventy of the members—the ... [Article] (123 words)
  • Later Eisteddfod Results

    Character or demi-character troupe (under 16). Renova Ballet (85), Joy Frayne's Troupe (84). Song and dance due (under 15). Austin ... [Article] (72 words)
  • Where German Plane is Reported to Have Been Brought Down

    POLES CLAIM THAT A GERMAN COMBER was brought down near Cracow, which is shown in this picture. Cracow is one of the towns which has been (aided by German Air Force planes and bombs have been dropped on a railway tunnel on the Cracow Warsaw railway. The river flowing through the town is the Vistula. ... [ILLUSTRATED] [Article] (110 words)
  • Golf Tournament At Kooyonga

    A MEDICAL INSPECTION was the order of the day at Kooyonga today, when the annual A.l.F. golf tournament was played. In this picture the patient is L. White (centre), the doctor is D. W. Buchland (right), and the nurse, G. Sibthorpe. ... [ILLUSTRATED] [Article] (88 words)
  • Departure Of Duke May Be Deferred

    SYDNEY, Saturday.—Commonwealth Ministers expect early advice from London concerning the cancellation of the departure of the Duke and ... [Article] (49 words)
  • Bookies Blunder

    Bookies made one of their rare blunders when the Hare Park Handicap at Newmarket (England) was run. ... [Article] (81 words)
  • HUGE SUM SPENT ON GAMBLING

    FIGURES about the investment of the English public on football and other "pools" have been issued by the Rev. H. Allen John, secretary of the churches ... [Article] (323 words)
  • War Book Copies Here

    The publication of instruction books for various sections of the workers under the State Civil Emergency Defence Council was being expedited, said ... [Article] (98 words)
  • Budget Job Like Dog Chasing Tail

    The State Treasury's job in preparing the Budget, to be presented to Parliament after the Show Week (September 7-14) adjournment, largely resembles that of a dog chasing its own tail. ... [Article] (360 words)
  • Wrestlers Draw At Stadium

    BOB King (15 2), Canada, and Jimmy Bartlet (14 1) New Zealand, wrestled six rounds to a draw at the Stadium tonight. Falls were even. ... [Article] (495 words)
  • Solid Drama By Repertory

    Given in Adelaide for the first time tonight. "The Shining Hour," the new play by the Repertory Theatre, proved to be solid drama. ... [Article] (213 words)
  • COWS UNDER INFLUENCE

    An overflow from a distillery into a stream caused cows to stagger drunkenly across the common at Worcester, Cape Province ... [Article] (71 words)
  • HUGE TREASURE IN LONDON SAFE DEPOSITS

    Although it is not true—as many country folk seeking fortune in the great city have found—that "the streets of London are paved with gold," it is ... [Article] (200 words)
  • Women Get More Sleep Than Men

    Most people sleep at least eight hours a day; women sleep more than men; and the rich sleep less than the poor. These interesting facts have been ... [Article] (171 words)
  • Shorter Shirts and Thinner Cigars

    To save on raw material and cut down cotton imports. German shirts will in future be 2 in. shorter. Already much shorter than American and ... [Article] (85 words)
  • Hermit Once Cowboy In Canada

    Charlie Turpin, who was once a cowboy in Canada and Texas, and of the great war, now is a hermit. He has been so for eight years, since ... [Article] (279 words)
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