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  • USE OF WEBBED GLOVES IN SHELD MATCHES No Victorian Opposition MELBOURNE, December 14.

    Because it does not agree they are unfair, the Victorian Cricket Association will not interfere with the use of webbed wicket-keeping gloves in ... [Article] (162 words)
  • BENEFIT CONCERT FOR MISS AILEEN BOASE Community Night Received Poor Support

    A laudable attempt to increase the fund for the continued training of Miss Aileen Boase had a disappointing result last night, when there was only a poor ... [Article] (202 words)
  • STATEMENT RIDICULED British Proposal To Annex Azores Islands LONDON, December 13.

    Replying to a question whether he was aware of a statement published in the Government-controlled Italian Press that Britain intended to annex the ... [Article] (103 words)
  • 12 JEWISH PASSENGERS INJURED Palestine Bus Ambushed JERUSALEM, December 13.

    Twelve Jewish passengers were wounded by a bomb and a volley of shots from ambush while they were going to Nazareth by bus. Six were ... [Article] (84 words)
  • NO FEDERAL AID AFTER NEXT JUNE? Golmining In Australia CANBERRA, December 14.

    The Federal Government is not likely to continue direct assistance to the goldmining industry after June 30. It is believed that the industry is now ... [Article] (75 words)
  • ARRIVAL OF GERMAN TENNIS PLAYERS VON CRAMM AND HENKEL IN BRISBANE BRISBANE, December 14.

    The German tennis players, Baron Gottfried von Cramm and Henner Kenkel, and their manager (Dr Henrich Kleinschroth) were passengers on the ... [Article] (450 words)
  • MT MORGAN BOWLS

    Bowling matches at Mt Morgan during the week-end resulted: Howes, Barbour. Griffen, Broom (skip) v. Hyde, Blyth, Wham, Hare ... [Article] (71 words)
  • SIR STANLEY WOOTTON TO GIVE UP RACING FOR FARMING LONDON, December 13.

    "I am more or less giving up racing," Sir Stanley Wootton told the "Daily Mail." "I shall in future have only a few horses and devote myself to ... [Article] (79 words)
  • 102 QUEENSLAND RIFLEMEN TO SHOOT IN N.S.W. BRISBANE, December 14.

    For the New Smith Wales prize meeting, from February 5 to February 12. 102 entries have been received from Queensland riflemen. It is the largest ... [Article] (63 words)
  • GRADUAL EVOLUTION OF UNMARRIED CLERGY ANGLICAN AIM IN PLEA FOR VOLUNTARY CELIBACY LONDON, December 13.

    Voluntary celibacy on the part of newly-ordained Anglican clergy was urged in a memorial signed by Viscount Halifax. Viscount Sankey, Lord Hugh ... [Article] (247 words)
  • BETTER BOX FOR EGG TRANSPORT Search By British Board LONDON, December 13.

    The Forest Products Research Board reports considerable progress in its test for the Ministry of Agriculture in connexion with the preparation of ... [Article] (133 words)
  • RICH PENINSULA GOLD RETURNS Miners' Reports At Cairns CAIRNS, December 13.

    News of rich returns from the Peninsula goldfields was brought to Cairns by miners on the Gulf steamer Wandan today. It was stated that Peter ... [Article] (114 words)
  • Three Injured In Plane Crash At Croydon LONDON, December 14.

    Two passengers and the wireless operator were badly injured when a British Airways machine from Paris, landing at Croydon in a snow storm, ... [Article] (80 words)
  • COMMERCIAL Sydney Wool Sales SYDNEY, December 14.

    All descriptions were 5 per cent higher at today's wool sales, the greatest appreciation being shown by shafty, top-making wools. There was good ... [Article] (1063 words)
  • London Snooker Tournament LONDON, December 13.

    In the snooker Gold Cup tournament Lindrum (conceding 17 each frame) is 10 and Newman is 9 ... [Article] (26 words)
  • METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS

    ... [Detailed lists, results, guides] (46 words)

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