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  2. CRICKET HAS AN INNINGS

    Miss Brisbane gives the Glad Eye to the Interstate Player. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  3. RISE OF A NATION

    Driven into exile when the kingdom of Bohemia was subjugated by the Hapsburgs as a result of the battle of the White Mountain, Comenius said, "I ...

    Article : 1,160 words
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  5. THE WATERSIDE

    The pick-up of volunteers in Brisbane on Saturday morning for work on the wharves was carried through without a hitch. Men were selected to work the ...

    Article : 195 words
  6. "YOU KEEP QUIET"

    MELBOURNE, Saturday.—Armed aud masked, a burglar who ransacked the flat of Mr. R, H. Lee, in Airlie-street, South Yarra, stole clothing aud other ...

    Article : 238 words
  7. PRINCE OF WALES

    At White Lodge, Richmond, England, on one peaceful midsummer eve in June, 1894, there was born a baby boy whose large and vigorous ...

    Article : 253 words
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  9. WIDELY KNOWN

    Much more is known of Australia in Britain, and the knowledge is more widespread than when he left five years ago, it is stated by the ...

    Article : 362 words
  10. ON CROWN LAND

    MELBOURNE, Saturday.—With a view to assisting a settlement of the trouble that has arisen over the picking up of men for waterfront work, the ...

    Article : 127 words
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  12. SCATTERED RAINS

    Capricious thunder-storms have been responsible for rain in scattered parts of Queensland. On Friday night Downs centres had substantial showers, the heaviest ...

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  13. STOMACH WOUND

    SYDNEY, Saturday.—Drawing a dagger from under his coat a 15-year-old boy is alleged to have stabbed another lad in the stomach during an argument ...

    Article : 149 words
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  15. BROTHERS IN PAIN

    SYDNEY, Saturday—Regarded as one of the most intriguing cases yet admitted to the Royal Alexandra Hospital for Children is that of two little boys ...

    Article : 136 words
  16. STRUCK BY LORRY

    Knocked down by a turee-ton lorry, which then passed over without the wheels touching him, was the experience of a three-year-old boy at Nundah at ...

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  17. BLOWS WITH BOTTLE

    MELBOURNE, Saturday.—On ber way home, Miss Lillian Smith, of Wolseley-street, Coburg, was followed and brutally attacked by a man who felled her ...

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  18. 200 BALES BURNED

    MELBOURNE, Saturday—Two hundred bales of wool were destroyed by fire at a wool store in Macaulay-road, Kensington, this afternoon. The fire ...

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