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  5. SKIFFS AND EIGHTEEN FOOTERS ON THE BRISBANE RIVER

    In spite of the loving skies and frequent showers, sailing men had a big day on the Brisbane River on Saturday afternoon. On the left is Schemer (the champion), contesting the honours with Dove in the Australian 12-foot skiff championship. On the right are Queenslander III and Rivoli in the 18-footer handicap. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. POLICE FIRED ON

    SYDNEY, Saturday.—Though the police continued their investigations throughout the day into the shooting which took place last night near ...

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  8. NOT BASHFUL

    CANBERRA, Saturday.—The usual application for a Government position is very formal, but the rule has been varied by an applicant from ...

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  9. RAZOR SLASHING AGAIN

    With the words, "I'll cut your — ear off!" a mysterious attacker felled a young man in Albert-street on Friday night, and viciously slashed him with a razor, so that his car was almost severed. Plainclothes men made an arrest yesterday. ...

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  10. CAPTAIN CHICHESTER AT DARWIN

    DARWIN, Saturday.—Captain F. C Chichester, the New Zealand airman, arrived at Darwin from Alamboea at 3.15 p.m. to-day, 36 days after he commenced his solo flight from England. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  11. CAR WRECKED

    MELBOURNE, Saturday—Five persons had miraculous escapee from death at the Bertha-street crossing to-day, when the 8.30 a.m. rail motor train to ...

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  12. TWO KILLED

    CALCUTTA, Saturday.—Two Moslems were killed and 40 injured in a riot in the Gorakhpur area, arising from the election of a chairman of the town ...

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  13. EMBARGO ON PARROTS

    WASHINGTON, Saturday—In fur therance of the attempt to eliminate "parrot fever" among human beings. President Hoover has declared an ...

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  14. FINGERS IN MANGLE.

    Josie Mansfield, a child, who resides with her parents in John-street, Paddington, suffered injury to two fingers on her left hand when it was caught ...

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  15. WERE UNSCATHED

    MELBOURNE, Saturday—Although their car was wrecked when it was struck by a train at the Corio level crossing to-day, the two occupants escaped ...

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    CONSECRATION OF BISHOP. —Archbishop Sharp (right) and Bishop de Wilt Batty at the conclusion of the consecration of the latter at St. John's Cathedral on Saturday morning. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  17. "DOPE" PEDDLERS

    SAN FRANCISCO, Saturday.— Two importers of narcotics have been fined £5000 each. One, "Black Tony" Permagini, a ...

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  18. SUDDEN PANIC

    TOWNSVILLE, Saturday. —Inspector Lech has received advice from the Giru police of a drowning accident which occurred in the Haughton River ...

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  19. TRAGEDY FEARED

    PERTH, Saturday.—Laurie Firth, Boocock, and Phillip Summers, young men, are believed to have been drowned in a yachting mishap ...

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  20. IN OTHER PAGES

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  21. FIRST IN INDIA

    BOMBAY, Saturday—The first re-juveaition operation performed in India by Serge Voronoff, was on a male chimpanzee, specially brought from ...

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  22. PRISONER SHOT

    SUVA, Saturday.—It is learnt by radio from Samoa that despite police and naval efforts the Mau followers remain in the bush. ...

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  23. FORECASTS

    Cloudy and comparatively cool, with showers. Winds south-easterly, freshening at times. STATE. ...

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  24. SWITCH BOARD IGNITES

    Firemen extinguished a fire that might have been serious had not prompt alarm been given when a telephone switch in the basement of the Brisbane Permanent ...

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