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  4. EYES RIGHT! PARADE OF GIRL GUIDES

    The annual rally in New Farm Park poved most successful, the Guides attending in force, and conducted a series of tests. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. ANGRY MINERS

    SYDNEY, Saturday.—Residents of Cadia, an obscure mining village, have been in a state of intense excitement during the past week. The storm ...

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  6. WOMAN'S PLUCK

    LONDON, Saturday.—An amazing story of a woman's hardiness is contained in the accounts of an attempt to swim the English Channel by Dr. Gleitze ...

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  7. THREE MEN KILLED

    SYDNEY, Saturday.—At Trelega, part of as outback station 34 miles from Wentworth, a motor truck, driven by Leslie Hildsbrand, who was accompanied by Stanley Burgess, Dudley Taylor, and William Bailey, struck a deep rut and overturned. ...

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  8. INCLUDE GIRL

    SAN FRANCISCO, Saturday.—The latest proposal made to Captain Kingsford Smith the leader of the Australian Pacific flight expedition ...

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  9. NOT MURDER

    LONDON, Saturday.—"This is a heartrending story of a father, driven to distraction by his child's suffering, who has taken upon himself to end ...

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  10. TWO PASSENGERS INJURED

    SYDNEY, Saturday.—A Sunday school picnic, which started from Normanhurst for Narrabeen this morning, met disaster in middle French's Forest ...

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  11. 'ONE OF OURSELVES'

    LONDON, Saturday.—"He treated us as though he was one of ourselves, chatting easily to the boys," said Mr. Shaw, their manager, describing how ...

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  12. GILES ALSO PREPARES

    SAN FRANCISCO, Saturday.—Captain Frederick Giles, the second Australian aviator, who hopes to conquer the Pacific, has sent his damaged Hess ...

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  13. BAN REMOVED

    LONDON, Saturday.—The Polish Consul-General in London, M. Casimir Komierowski, has informed Mr. A. J. Cook, secretary to the British ...

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  14. THREE MORE

    SYDNEY, Saturday.—Following up inquiries concerning prohibited immigrants, Clifford and Scott (Customs Department) and Constables Higgins ...

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  15. FILM REVIVAL

    LONDON, Saturday.—British film patrons, paid £30,000,000 into box offices last year. This year the sum is expected to reach £55,000,000, and in ...

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  16. NAVY'S HELP

    SYDNEY, Saturday.—The Pacific flight has not been cancelled Captain Kingsford Smith, Lieutenant Keith Anderson, and their companions (Mr. C. T. ...

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  17. FREMANTLE MEMORY

    LONDON, Saturday.—On the occasion of the Trafalgar Day celebrations, Admiral Sir Edmund R. Fremantle, who is 91 years, laid a wreat on the Lord ...

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  18. GONE TOO FAR

    LONDON, Saturday.—"I had already publicly dissociated myself from the attitude of Dr. E. W. Barnes (the Bishop of Birmingham) towards the Sacrament ...

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  19. PUT TO THE SWORD

    LONDON, Saturday.—Several interesting statements were made during the trial of the young Jew, Schwarzbard, on the charge of murdering the Soviet ...

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  20. WHEAT BENEFITS

    Unsettled weather resulting from storms yesterday promise to yield good relief for wheat areas on the Darling Downs and Maranoa. Extending from ...

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  21. WHY GENEVA FAILED

    The recent conferences of the nations at Geneva failed to ease the burden of naval armaments. It is not easy at this distance to ...

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  22. STABBING AFFRAY

    During an altercation in an hotel in South Brisbane on Saturday night Max Marsh, an adult, of Melbourne-street, South Brisbane, was stabbed. The ...

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  23. BIG STEAMERS

    SYDNEY, Saturday.—Two big steamers collided on the harbour about 12.30 p.m. to-day. The St. Albans, from Yokohama, was coming up the ...

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  24. DEADLY DIET

    LONDON. Saturday.—The post mortem examination ordered by the Coroner to be made of the body of James Graham, a Liverpool labourer, who ...

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  25. CARS COLLIDE

    Two motor cars collided head-on opposite the Sandgate Post Office on Saturday afternoon. A young woman was injured, but not seriously. ...

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  26. CHALLENGE ACCEPTED

    VANCOUVER, Saturday.—Major Goodsell, the Australian world's sculling champion, has accepted the challenge of Bert Barry, the young Englishman ...

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