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  4. SAVAGE [?] BUTCHERY AFTER IRUN FALLS

    AFTER the bitterest fighting of the war, the rebel forces entered Irun this morning, to find it a smouldering ruin. Women and children who were fleeing ...

    Article : 780 words
  5. WANT TROTSKY

    THE Soviet Minister for Foreign Affairs, M. Litvinov is reported to have intimated to the Norwegian Government ...

    Article : 209 words
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  7. Clothes Torn Off By Drill

    LESLIE SMALLCOMBE, 35, of Lindsay Street, Hamilton, a driller employed at Goninan and Co.'s Metal Works, at Waratah, ...

    Article : 110 words
  8. Sings To-night

    MISS CATHERINE WILLIAMS, winner of the operatic aria contest at the recent Sydney Eisteddfod, who will make her debut at the Liberty ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 38 words
  9. Art Gallery Critics

    Seen here admiring an attractive exhibit, Professor Leslie Wilkinson, Dean of the Faculty of Architecture at Sydney University, and Mr. Sydney Ure Smith, president of the Society of Artists, on the occasion of the official opening of the Society's Exhibition, yesterday, each criticised ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  10. BENEFICIAL EFFECT OF 40-HOURS

    Following increased production, notwithstanding the adoption of the national 40-hours week, a number of additional decrees have been ...

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  11. BRITISH AIRMEN KILLED

    Two British airmen, were killed when a 'plane made a forced landing during a combined air and land action ...

    Article : 235 words
  12. Toll of the Road

    DOCTORS are puzzled at the condition of Elwyn Stanley, 22, who was injured in a collision between his motor cycle ...

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  13. GRIFFO'S FIGHT WITH BARRON

    THE fourth of the series of reminiscences on the life of Griffe, which is specially written for "The Labor Daily" ...

    Article : 120 words
  14. POLISH PARLEY IN PARIS

    FOLLOWING conversations in Paris conducted by the Polish Dictator, General Rydz-Smigly, as to the future of ...

    Article : 236 words
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  16. Wool Sales

    RESULTS were disappointing at the opening auction of the new season's wool sales today. While the June closing rates ...

    Article : 281 words
  17. Safety In Mines In Britain

    Some remarkable instances of the reduction of injury rates in mines by the use of safety clothing are given in the annual report of the ...

    Article : 99 words
  18. KING EDWARD AT ISTANBUL

    King Edward's cruise of the Dalmatian coast came to an end when the Nahlin entered the Bospherus, and the Royal Party ...

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  19. IRAQ ARMY CHIEF

    Lieutenant-General [?] Al Hashimi, chief of the General Staff of the Iraq army, who arrived in London from Baghdad, and was met at ...

    Article : 57 words
  20. STOP PRESS

    Leslie Richard Ward, [?], of Neville Street, Marrickville, was found bleeding freely in a lane at the rear of St. Leonard's Hotel. ...

    Article : 60 words
  21. BOOKMAKER'S CONDITION

    Mr. A. J. Matthews, the A.J.C. bookmaker, who received severe facial injuries when kicked by a horse at Parkes races last Thursday, ...

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  22. QUEENSLAND TRAGEDY

    TWO women were [?] other woman and two men injured, though not seriously, when a sedan car travelling from Brisbane to ...

    Article : 96 words
  23. EMPIRE FLYING BOAT

    It is expected that one of the earliest long-range experimental flights to be carried out by the new Empire flying boat Caledonia, in preparation ...

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  24. BATHURST RADIO STATION

    Within two months, it is stated by the promoters, a new "B" class broadcast station will commence operations in Bathurst. The call sign ...

    Article : 32 words
  25. N. ZEALAND BY-ELECTION

    The National Party today selected Mr. F. W. Doidge to contest the Manukau by-election. LONDON, Friday.--Considerable ...

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  26. SPRAYED BY METAL

    While Frederick Kent and James McNulty were working near a cupola of molten metal at Monteith Bros.' factory at Brisbane today, the slag ...

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  27. CONSTABLE CRITICISED

    Constable Co[?] Da[?], driver of a car which caused the death of a motor cyclist, Ernest Jackson, 23, in St. Kilda Road on July 24, was ...

    Article : 72 words
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