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  5. VIC. RICHARDSON TO LEAD AUSTRALIA?

    THE Bradman bombshell burst on the Test selectors—Messrs. Dwyer, Johnson, and Vic Richardson—while they were at lunch yesterday in the Oriental Hotel, Melbourne. Although not altogether unexpected, it immediately altered the whole trend ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. HERESY CHARGE IN MELBOURNE

    REMARKABLE developments occurred to-day in the church heresy case, in which the Rev. H. E. E. Hayes, by direction of the Anglican Archbishop of Melbourne (Dr. Head) has been suspended from his parochial duties at Mernda ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. NO FEDERAL TAXATION REDUCTIONS

    INCREASED taxation is not likely to be imposed in the Budget for 1935-1936, unless there is a general revenue ...

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  8. FIRST AIR PASSENGER OF HIS KIND

    Packed in among many bundles of The Sunday Mall, Navua Royal Gamboge, a Jersey calf, of very distinguished lineage, left this morning for Rockhampton. Here he is shown on his arrival at Archerfield on Saturday, after having completed the first stage of his journey by air from Sydney to Rockhampton. With the young bovine aristocrat are Mr. H. M. Collins, of Central ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. DRIVES TO GAOL IN SEDAN

    Mr. John Wren, a wealthy Melbourne magnate, is flying to Perth on an urgent mission, and will arrive here to-morrow afternoon. He is a ...

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  10. NEARLY BLED TO DEATH

    Suffering from loss of blood, and almost on the point of collapse, Gordon Arlon (23), single, of Sunnybank, was brought late on ...

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  11. WADDY "FED UP"

    Sharp criticism of the increasing difficulty being encountered in obtaining official sanction for touring teams was voiced by Mr. E. L. Waddy at a ...

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  12. Stray Showers To-day

    Possibly a light local shower ar two, otherwise fine; mild south to east winds. QUEENSLAND FORECAST: ...

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  13. BODYGUARD FOR MR. PEASE?

    A statement by Mr. R. H. Sherrington, independent candidate for Herbert, at his political meeting at Euramo last night ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  14. KILLED AT TRAIN CROSSING

    The fact that a train was a minute and a half late last night cost Frank Andrew Fedrick (46), married, of Stanley Terrace ...

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  16. The Lang Spectre

    Lieutenant-Colonel J. D'Arcy Francis, a member of the National Spurting Club, London, who reached Adelaide on the ...

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  17. Melbourne Pacifists Hold Private War

    THE enthusiasm of rival pacifist organisations led to a clash in Swanston Street, city, last night, and a policeman had to be called to ...

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  18. Woman Grappler Causes Stir At Bohemia

    QUEER happenings are not infrequent at professional wrestling matches, but history so far as the sport in Brisbane is concerned was ...

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  19. SHEFFIELD WED. WINS CUP FINAL

    The English Soccer final, played between Sheffield Wednesday [?] West [?] a ...

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