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  3. RIGHT TO BERMUDA

    Captain Lancaster, [?]. Lyon and George Putnam, a noted publisher and explorer, hopped off on a flight to the Bermudas Islands. Putnam, who[?] it is ...

    Article : 92 words
  4. MR. SCULLIN

    The leader of the Federal Labour Party, Mr. Scullin, arrived in Sydney to-day from Orange. He said that since July 1, when he commenced ...

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  5. SAVINGS BANK

    The Government has decided to appoint Judge Edwards, of the District Court as Royal Commissioner to inquire into statements made by Mr. ...

    Article : 186 words
  6. SHEFFIELD SHIELD

    Queensland was dismissed for 324 shortly after the Sheffield Shield match against New South Wales was resumed to-day. ...

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  7. DISTRICT SCHEME

    At a recent meeting of the Canberra District Rugby League it was decided that the executive should recommend the adoption of the district scheme for ...

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  8. BIG STAND

    The weather was beautifully fine and cool when the match between England and South Australia was resumed to-day. ...

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  9. SEAMEN'S UNION

    Mr. Justice Long-Innes, in the Equity Court to-day, held that on March 7, last. Thomas Walsh was entitled to be elected as general secretary of the ...

    Article : 246 words
  10. BOGUS NOTES

    Detectives raided a house at D[?]lin[?] Point to-day[?] and arrested a woman in connection with the circulation of spurious £10 and £5 notes during recen[?] ...

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  11. FORCED DOWN

    Lancaster was forced down in shallow water owing to engine trouble. He stuck in the mud, and it took an hour to extricate the 'plane, after ...

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  12. NO FLAG WAVING

    the sixth conference of the Fascist[?] regime was conspicuous for the absence of flag waving and shouting. In a message to the people, Mussolini ...

    Article : 146 words
  13. RADIO PICTURES

    A photograph of the King will be transmitted from Daventry on Tuesday, to inaugurate picture broadcasting. Each picture will occupy four ...

    Article : 37 words
  14. LABOUR'S BID

    Labour will make a bid for power in the municipal elections, which will tane place on Thursday, in 28 London boroughs and 338 county, and ...

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  15. CLASHES

    Further clashes between unionist and volunteer wharf labourers occurred on the waterfront to-day. The police made repeated charges, and ...

    Article : 102 words
  16. FINE OF £200

    In the Central Court, James Knight, 29, labourer, was remanded on bail of £200 on a charge of trafficking in cocaine. ...

    Article : 73 words
  17. CIVIC AFFAIRS

    Mr. S. Walder, of Sydney, who is one of those responsible for the Civic Graft Commission, drew a comparison between civic administration in ...

    Article : 53 words
  18. BAD RECORD

    A Government analysis of crime for the past year, reveals that despite prohibition, out of 168,000 arrests made, 120,000 were on various charges of ...

    Article : 51 words
  19. INQUIRY URGED

    Replying to the request of the Returned Soldiers' League, who asked that 60 returned soldier members of the War Service Homes Commission be granted ...

    Article : 151 words
  20. 'PHONE BOX THIEF

    Another 'phone box thief was sentenced to twelve months' imprisonment a[?] the Central Court to-day. In passing this sentence on Char[?]e ...

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  21. LEAVING AT DAWN

    The "Spirit of Australia" will leave for the flight to London at 4.20 a.m. to-morrow. ...

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  22. TOURIST TRAFFIC

    A meeting to discuss the tourist traffic problem in Canberra will be called by the Commission at the end of the week. Sir John Butters will ...

    Article : 137 words
  23. HUGE DAM

    The largest dam in the world was opened yesterday at Bhatgar, near Poona, India, by Sir Leslie Wilson, Governor of Bombay. It cost one ...

    Article : 48 words
  24. GRAF ZEPPELIN

    Lakehurst, New Jersey, Monday. The Graf zeppelin has started on its return flight to Germany. It left at 1.54 a.m. ...

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  25. GREYCLIFFE DISASTER

    Additional writs have been issued in connection with the "Greycliffe" disaster. The wife of Eugeno W[?]lss, who was drowned in the accident, is ...

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  26. NO FIRE BRIGADE

    A disastrous fire occurred in the main street of Guyra at an early hour yesterday morning, and resulted in the destruction of five business houses with ...

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  27. CONSUL INCENSED

    The Italian Counsul, referring to the bomb outrage of which Italians were victims on Saturday night, said to-day he was surprised that no arrests have ...

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  28. WATERSIDER'S DEATH

    Harry O'Neill, 45. wharf labourer, caused a sensation at Darlinghurst this morning. Clad only in a shirt and overcoat[?] O'Neill seemed suddenly to ...

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  29. SOCIAL SERVICE

    A deputation from the Social Service Association, composed of Messrs. J. R. Davis (president), R. A. Mulrooney (treasurer), interviewed ...

    Article : 85 words
  30. STATE TAXATION

    A joint meeting of Nationalist and Country parties to-day discussed the Income Tax Bill amendment suggested by the Parties[?] committee, which met ...

    Article : 137 words
  31. SHOOTING TRAGEDY

    The inquest into the death of Clifford Tylden Ellison, who died on Sunday, as the result of a bullet wound in the stomach, will be held at the Canberra ...

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  32. SCHOOLBOY'S DEATH

    Lister Stevenson[?] 15. met his death in an unusual manner during the week-end. He and another student at the local ...

    Article : 68 words
  33. PEARL IN OYSTER

    While lunching from a plate of oysters in a cafe, a Sydney commercial traveller was nearly choked when something hard trickled down his ...

    Article : 56 words
  34. FLYING BOATS

    A new flight of flying, boats is being planned at Plymouth, to fly to Basra, where the new Empire base is [?]oing opened. ...

    Article : 47 words
  35. THUMB BITTEN OFF

    A pig attacked James O'Keefe at Ulmarra in the week-end, and before he could beat the animal off he had his thumb bitten off. ...

    Article : 35 words
  36. LAND REVIEW BOARD

    The Chief Commissioner (Sir John Butters), stated yesterday that the report of the Land Review Board would be made available at the end of the ...

    Article : 36 words
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