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  2. State Problems Discussed With Mr. Lyons

    Following further discussions during the week-end between representatives of the Commonwealth and South Australian Governments, it was learned:- ...

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  3. WATER FAMINE AT HERMANNSBURG

    The Hermannsburg Mission Station, in Central Australia, is an important and vitally necessary sanctuary and rallying point for the aborigines of this ...

    Article : 198 words
  4. RUNAWAY TRAIN

    The most extensive damage in a train accident in Victoria, which, by exceptional fortune, did nat result in loss of life, was caused when an ...

    Article : 188 words
  5. HURLED OVER FENCE

    Hurled from the rear of a motor lorry over a fence, among dozens ol milk cans, in a collision with a large closed car on the Mount Barker road, ...

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  6. SMASH ON ANZAC HIGHWAY

    Two young men were seriously injured when the motor cycle on which they were travelling came into violent collision with a single-seater motor ...

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  7. BRIDGE OVER MURRAY AT CADELL SOUGHT

    Dr. H. T. Illingworth and Mr. J. F. Nairn, representing the Morgan Chamber of Commerce, waited on Messrs. Robinson and Dennison, M.P.'s. at ...

    Article : 182 words
  8. AIR RACE FLIERS AT DARWIN

    Messrs. Ray Parer and G. E. Hemsworth, the Australian fliers, who are completing the Air Race course from London to Melbourne, arrived at ...

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  9. BOY STOWAWAYS ON JAPANESE SHIP

    Two youths who had stowed away on board the Japanese steamer Mansei Maru at Adelaide, were taken off the ship outside Sydney Heads by a ...

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  10. VIRTUAL END TO W.A. GOLD STRIKE

    After a period of five weeks, during which the principal gold mines and about 6,000 men in Western Australia have been idle as a result of a disputed ...

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  11. ORDER AGAINST MR. E. H. CONEYBEER

    An order that the Commonwealth Conciliation Commissioner (Mr. E. H. Coneybeer) should pay £15 8/6. with £5 5/ costs, to the Automobile Finance ...

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  12. HEAVY MOTOR TAXATION CONDEMNED

    To protect the interests of owners and users of motor vehicles, and all persons employed in motor body building and subsidiary industries, the ...

    Article : 149 words
  13. ATTACK ON SYDNEY MAN

    Thieves flung pepper in the eyes of George Lezenby, 27, of Great Buckingham street, Sydney, while he was in Rowe street last week, and ...

    Article : 129 words
  14. TWO CHILDREN BURNT TO DEATH

    Two young children perished in the flames of a fire which destroyed the home of Paul Mahommet Manwar, an Afghan camel driver, on the banks of ...

    Article : 181 words
  15. VICTORIAN PREMIER FOR LONDON?

    It is possible that the Victorian Premier (Sir Stanley Argyle) will visit London for the King's Jubilee in May. The British branch of the Empire ...

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  16. TRIP ABROAD FOR SENATOR McLACHLAN

    It was suggested last week that the Postmaster-General and Minister in Charge of Development (Senator McLachlan) might visit England late this ...

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  17. EXCITING INCIDENTS AT £5,000 FIRE

    Exciting incidents attended a fire which swept the storage section of the tannery of George Pizzey & Son, Ltd., Richmond (Vic), and caused damage ...

    Article : 110 words
  18. MATERNAL WELFARE SCHEME

    Maternal welfare will be an important subject for discussion at the Federal Health Council Conference, which will begin in Canberra on March 4. ...

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  19. SAFETY ON BEACH

    At the monthly meeting of the Port Elliot District Council, a letter was received from the Port Elliot Life Saving Society, suggesting that an electric ...

    Article : 126 words
  20. ALLEGED ILLEGAL OPERATION

    Following police enquiries into the circumstances of the death of Olive Linda Batis, 38 of Nackara, at the Adelaide Hospital at 5.20 p.m. on ...

    Article : 107 words
  21. MINISTERS INJURED IN CAR SMASH

    The Minister for the Interior (Mr. Paterson) and Senator Brennan, Assistant Minister, were injured in Melbourne, when a Government car in ...

    Article : 108 words
  22. MR. BUTLER'S LONDON VISIT

    The Premier (Mr. Butler) informed the Assembly last week that on his visit to London he would be the official guest of the United Kingdom branch ...

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