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  5. TOWN ISOLATED

    WELLINGTON (N.Z.), Saturday.—Floods following on heavy rain have caused considerable damage [?] Waimata Valley, where the Waimata River, rising ...

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  6. FUEL TESTS

    A fuel consumption test was held on Saturday under the auspices of the Royal Automobile Club of Queensland, but as the committee in control of the fixture ...

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  7. PREPARING FOR THE PETROL TEST

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  8. KING FUAD

    LONDON, Saturday.—The Daily News states that King F[?]ad will arrive at Dover on Monday from Cairo escorted by four British destroyers and five ...

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  9. TAINTED MEAT

    LONDON, Saturday.—The Warsaw correspondent of the London Daily Mail states that 800 soldiers stationed at Posen have been poisoned by ...

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  10. CANADA'S JUBILEE

    OTTAWA, Saturday.—The Governor-General (Lord Willingdon), during the Diamond Jubilee confederation celebration on Parliament Hill, on ...

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  11. FAKED NOBILITY

    LONDON, Saturday.—The Rome correspondent of The Daily Mail says that Signor Mussolini has declared war on Italy's "faked" nobility. He has ...

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  12. THREE KILLED IN CROSSING SMASH

    MELBOURNE, Saturday.—In a collision at a level crossing near Tallygaroopna, a few miles north of Shepparton, this afternoon, between the engine of a special football train from Strathmerton to Tallygaroopna and ...

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  13. MISS AUSTRALIA, 1927

    Miss Phyllis Von Alwyn (Miss Tasmania) is Miss Australia for 1927. Miss Western Australia and Miss Victoria tied for second honours. SYDNEY, Saturday.—Phyllis Von Alwyn, Miss Australia [?] ...

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  14. BUMPED HARD

    LONDON, Saturday.—The Daily Mail correspondent at Ver-sur-mer states that Commander Byrd, in attempting to reach the beach, descended ...

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  15. CAR COMEDY

    During the progress of the fuel test conducted by the Royal Automobile Club of Queensland on Saturday one of the competing cars met with a slight ...

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  16. "AN AWFUL LOT"

    LONDON, Saturday.—Mr. J. G. Halkett, Magistrate at the Marylebone Police Court, to-day signed the depositions in connection with the extradition ...

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  17. MISSING MAN

    ESK, Saturday.—Mr. F. Whitehome, a landscape painter, who had been in this district for the past four months, was missed from his hotel yesterday ...

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  18. SAFETY MATCHES

    LONDON, Saturday.—Messrs. Bryant and May, the well-known manufacturers of safety matches, announce that they have agreed with a Swedish match ...

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  19. HEAT WAVE

    CHICAGO, Saturday.—Twenty-seven deaths have occurred as the result of a heat wave in two days. ...

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  20. ARMY AVIATORS

    SAN FRANCISCO, Saturday.—The Citizens' Committee is considering an extension to Australia of the proposed San Francisco—Honolulu flight, for ...

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  21. ACCIDENTS

    Dorothy Butcher, an adult, of Ness-road, Salisbury, was knocked down by a motor truck in Albert-street, city, on Saturday morning. The ambulance ...

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  22. ITALIANS' LANGUISH

    LONDON, Saturday.—For the fifteenth consecutive day rain has drenched London. Despondent Italian ice-cream vendors ...

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  23. AIR BOMBERS

    WASHINGTON, Saturday.—The United States Government has given a contract to the Glenn Martin Airplane Company, Cleveland, Ohio, to build 54 ...

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  24. BOY KILLED

    SYDNEY, Saturday.—A boy, about nine years of age, whose identity has not been established, was run over and killed by a motor car at the corner of ...

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  25. DIAMOND CRISIS

    ANTWERP, Saturday.—Amsterdam diamond merchants have agreed to close their establishments following upon the crisis due to the rejection of the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  26. HOW AMERICA WORKS

    What lessons can Australia learn from the highly-specialised and unquestionably successful system of American industry, and which of ...

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  27. POSTED IN ERROR

    Every year in Australia 25,000 letters are posted without so much as a scratch of a pen on their envelopes. Every year nearly four ...

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  28. TO-DAY'S FORECASTS

    Fine, with light variable winds; cold, frosty night. STATE. Fine, except for a few showers ...

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