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  5. MOLTEN SLAG

    ROME, Saturday.—At Catania the gravity of a new outburst of Mount Etna is increasing. Great masses of lava are ...

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  6. £12,000 DAMAGE

    SYDNEY, Saturday—An entire business block in the main street of Coolah was razed by fire to-day, when, in the worst blaze the town has Experienced ...

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  7. GATHERED TO VIEW THE CUP

    The Leger stand at Eagle Farm racecourse, photographed just before the race for the Queensland Cup ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. DYING OUT

    Camp Mountain farmers breathe freer after a day of fear. On Saturday the bush fires, which on the previous day had threatened several homes and ...

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  10. GRAVE ACCIDENT

    LONDON, Saturday.—Sir David Sergeant, the only survivor of the 22 players in the first inter-Colonial cricket match in Australia ...

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  11. NEW CABINET

    LONDON, Saturday.—The President (H. G. Doomergue), having consulted for several days with the leaders of all the parties, conferred ...

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  12. ARMISTICE DAY

    As listeners-in the people of the Empire may participate in the Armistice Day service at the Cenotaph in London. This is the first year in which that service will be broadcast throughout the Empire. The observance of Armistice Day in London will be on an unprece ...

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  13. ALL NIGHT WATCH

    TOOWOOMBA, Saturday.—With a change of wind, bush fires, which have been burning below the range, were fanned ints freak activity, and this ...

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  14. ON TO CALCUTTA

    RANGOON, Saturday.—Captain Frank Hurley, Flying-Officer Moir, and Air-Pilot Owen arrived here yesterday from Victoria Point ...

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  15. DWELLING DESTROYED.

    A five-roomed house situated a Katestreet. Whitton Elat, Indooroopilly, was totally destroyed by fire about 6.30 on Saturday evening. At the time of ...

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  16. PRINCE'S TRIBUTE

    LONDON, Saturday.—The Prince of Wales contributes a signed article to a special war graves number of The Times, which commemorates the 10th ...

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  17. FERRY CAPSIZE

    CAIRO, Saturday.—An over-loaded felncca in which girl flower-pickers were being ferried across the Nile, capsized near the ...

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  18. LOST OVERBOARD

    SUVA, Saturday.—When the cruiser Diomede arrived yesterday from England, it was reported that Warrant-Engineer Turner had been lost ...

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  19. GIRL SHOT DEAD

    SYDNEY, Saturday—With a pearifle lying on the floor beside her, Irma Cummings Croker (21) was found dead at her home in Ruby-street, Mosman ...

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  20. IN TEN MINUTES

    CUNAMULLA, Saturday.—The residence of a Crown laud ranger (Mr. Latham) was burned this morning shortly after 10 o'clock. Motor cars ...

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  21. "GIFT FOR WIFE'

    MELBOURNE, Saturday—A platinum and diamond brooch, valued at £200, was stolen from Hardy Bros.' shop in Collins-stroet to-day ...

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  22. £100,000 FOR ANIMALS

    LONDON, Saturday.—The late Colonel Alexander Wyllie bequeathed £100,000 to the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, of which he was ...

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  23. 1000-FEET CRASH

    LONDON, Saturday.—Lieutenant G. H. Madocks, of the Coldstream Guards, was killed when a single-seater aeroplane he was flying at the first ...

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  24. AS HORSE WINS

    SYDNEY. Saturday—Just as the winnine horse was passing the post in the sixth race at Canterbury this afternoon, Alexander Spence (53). a well-known ...

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  25. DIGGERS' DINNER

    Following the Armistice Cup golf match on Saturday a celebrating dinner was hold in the Brisbane Gold Club house, Yerrongpilly, at night. The ...

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  26. FORECASTS

    Possibly a shower or two, but generally fine and somewhat wanner. with easterly, veering north-easterly winds, squally at ...

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  27. QUIET PICKUP

    MELBOURNE. Saturday.—No difficulty was experienced by shipping representatives in obtaining stevedores at Port Melbourne to-day for the German ...

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  28. LAUDER JOKE FATAL

    LONDON, Saturday.—Laughing uncontrollably at a joke he had heard told by Sir Harry Lauder, through a loud speaker, James Rickard, a retired ...

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  29. SOLACE IN RECORDS

    LONDON. Saturday—"Going along splendidly," is doctors' latest report of the condition of the Australian High Commissioner (Sir Granville Ryrie). He ...

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  30. PAST FIGURES EXCEEDED.

    NEW YORK, Saturday.—Mr. Herbort Hoover polled exactly 5,000,000 more votes than President Coolidge received in the previous election. Mr. Al Smith ...

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  31. HOLLAND—JAVA RADIO SPEECH.

    AMSTERDAM, Saturday.—Wireless telephony between Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Hague, and Java will be available to the public on January 7, The ...

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  32. 166 YOUNG MIGRANTS.

    LONDON, Saturday.—One hundred and fifty girls and 16 boys have left for Australia on the Orams ...

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