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  6. LINK WITH ALBURY MURDER?

    Once more the spotlight of the Albury "pyjama" murder mystery has been turned to Queensland. Behind a bald statement that the ...

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  7. HOW BROADBENT KEEPS THE BLUES AWAY

    "THERE'S nothing to this flight. You just fly, that's all. I read all the time. I've got a grand book. It's called 'Death Cometh Soon or Late'—all about plane smashes. It's written by Jimmy Mollison." Thus spoke "Jimmy" Broadbent, the air man in a hurry, who is trying to beat Melrose's ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 470 words
  8. 50FT. CRASH DOWN CLIFF FACE

    SHRIEKING with terror as he lost his footing, William Williams, of Curtis Street, Balmain, crashed 50 feet down the cliffs at ...

    Article : 311 words
  9. PERFECT BLISS FOR A PENNY

    A youthful believer in the "Eat More Fruit" slogan finds a world of happiness in an apple while waiting for ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  10. REYNOLDS MASTERPIECE IN PERTH?

    A LARGE and beautiful canvas, which is believed by the owner to be the work of the great painter, Sir Joshua ...

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  11. GETTING A FRONT-ROW VIEW

    Cubs got a good view of the proceedings through the legs of the Scouts when the Governor opened the new hut at Toowong on Saturday. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  12. Fine To-day

    Forecasts for to-day:— METROPOLITAN.—Fine, with light variable winds. Cold night. QUEENSLAND.—Fine except for ...

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  13. MAN FATALLY CRUSHED BY CAR

    A man was killed and tour others were fortunate to escape serious injury this afternoon when a heavy touring car overturned on the Great ...

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  14. UNLUCKY WESTERN FAMILY

    The Creevey family of Western Queensland is unlucky. James Creevey. grazier was killed at Augathella some years ...

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  15. "LIFERS" TAKING MUSIC LESSONS

    LESLIE WORRALL, who is serving a life sentence in the Goulburn Gaol for the murder of his wife, received last week his first lesson in playing ...

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  16. ENGINE CRASHES ON WAY TO FIRE

    Three firemen were Injured to-day when a fire engine on which they were speeding to a bush fire near Cronulla turned over at the corner ...

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  17. AUSTRALIA HAS ITS SNOBS

    In an address to the youth rally of the Presbyterian Assembly on Saturday night, the Rev. Hugh Paton, of Sydney, told a crowded audience of ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  18. TIMBER WORKER LOST IN DENSE SCRUB

    Herbert Sladen (30), timber worker, had an unenviable experience when lost in rough, mountainous, and heavily timbered country at the head of ...

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  19. KILLER PIG IS NOW PORK

    The wild pig which has terrorised residents of Amity Point during the past week or so was destroyed on Saturday afternoon. ...

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  20. MURDER CHARGE AGAINST SHEARER

    Only the briefest of formalities attended the appearance of Patrick Brady (42), shearer, before Mr. Williams, S.M., at the Central Police Court to-day. ...

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  21. LARWOOD NOT FIT TO BOWL FAST

    The Notts committee, in a statement, says the club surgeon examined Larwood's foot and found it is unsound, and that he ...

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  22. No More Washing Days Till November

    MRS. E. GRIBBLE, the occupant of the highest house in Victoria—it is on the peak of Mount Hotham—is, with her family, preparing to be snowed in until November. Blizzards, deep snow, and low temperatures will keep the Gribble family ...

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  24. Is Nelson's Blood Turning To Water?

    A PARTY of naval men from the visiting sloop, H.M.A.S. Moresby, have earned Die gratitude and high esteem of L. Rogers, a wharf labourer, of East Fremantle. After collecting his pay envelope Rogers was cycling along ...

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