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  6. OXENHAM FAILS EARLY IN SHEFFIELD SHIELD MATCH

    A CONFIDENT APPEAL.—A unanimous appeal by the South Australian team when Ronnie Oxenham snicked a rising ball from Wall. Walker is seen in the air taking the sphere, while Wall is on the left leaping high in excitement. Next is Vic. Richardson, Whitfield, and Pritchard. Hubbard is batting at the other end ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. BLOWN ACROSS ATLANTIC

    One of the most terrible adventures in marine annals was experienced by the crew and passengers of a fishing schooner that had set out on a 100 miles' voyage to St. John's, Newfoundland, but was blown across the ...

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  8. FORGOT HIS £500

    SYDNEY—In three sensational car smashes, two cars and a motor van capsized and nine persons were injured to-day ...

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  9. FLY WITH CUP

    LONDON, Saturday.—If Australia wins the London Daily Mail Cup at Wembley, in the last match of the tour, against Wales it is suggested that Mr ...

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  10. MORE WELCOME RAIN

    CHARTERS TOWERS, Saturday.—After a week of most oppressive weather, interspersed with daily showers, the severest thunder-storm in the history of Charters Towers occurred about 1. o'clock last night. The thunder and lightning had been almost incessant for half an ...

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  11. ICE IN EFFIGY

    LONDON, Saturday.—Twenty-five members of Antarctic expeditions from 1899 to the present attended the second dinner of the Antarctic Club ...

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  12. STEADY RAIN

    GYMPIE, Saturday—Last night light rain commenced to fall. All day to-day the sky was overcast, and light rain and a few heavy showers fell during ...

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  13. TRIPPED OVER TENNIS NET.

    Jumping over a tennis net near his residence in Drury-street, Windsor, on Saturday afternoon, Thomas Ryan, an adult, tripped and fell, fracturing his ...

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  14. HAIL TOOWOOMBA!

    LONDON, Saturday—Gorman, Madsen, Upton, Steinohrt, and Spencer, of the Australian Rugby League touring team, and Madge Elliott, the musical ...

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  15. DEPORTED AGAIN

    SUVA, Saturday.—A Fijian named Avolosi, who has been deported, has caused the Government much worry and trouble for many years ...

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  16. OIL INCREASES

    LONGREACH, Saturday.—Operations were resumed at the oil bore this morning before a large crowd of spectators, and when the pump ...

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  17. COAL CRISIS

    SYDNEY, Saturday—The workers' defence army is not causing the Government undue worry. In fact, in Ministerial circles it is not being ...

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    SPEEDY SKIFF.—Schemer (New South Wales) won the first heat of the Australian 12-foot skiffs' championship on the Brisbane River, yesterday ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  19. PROCESSION WANTED

    SYDNEY, Saturday.—"We will hold a procession, and it will be led by the Rothbury pipers' band," said Mr. Kavanagh, referring to the Labour Council's ...

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  21. FORECASTS

    Warm and sultry, with some showers, ana probably thunder. Wind northerly to north-westerly, fresh at times ...

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  22. NEW ANTARCTIC LAND

    OSLO, Saturday—By radio from the Norvegia expedition in the Antarctic it is advised that Captain Rliser Larsen and Captain Holm are continuing the ...

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  23. LEFT RANGOON

    RANGOON, Saturday.—Captain Chichester arrived at 5.15 p.m. yesterday, and resume his flight to Australia at 6.45 a.m. to-day ...

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