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  2. Advertising

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  3. FORECAST:

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  4. AUSTRALIA MEETS DISASTER CHASING SCORE OF 341

    Faced with the task of passing England's first innings score of 341, Australia met with early misfortune in the thrilling third Test at the Adelaide Oval today. Within half an hour two of its best batsmen had gone cheaply. The thousands who were anxious to see Don Bradman, the champion batsman, ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. Italian Nobility on Holiday

    BARON AND BARONERS G. FATTA-RAMPOLLI, who are on a holiday visit from Sicily. The couple, who arrived by the Ormonde today, will spend two months in Australia. The baroness is an American. Her husband served in the Italian Army for many years. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. WILL SEEK HINKLER

    "If Hinkler came down on land between England and Greece, I expect to find him," said Capt, W. L. Hope, the noted English ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. TO ASK FOR BOARD

    As a result of his "holiday" visit to Hobart, Melbourne, and Sydney, the Premier (Mr. Hill) on his return to Adelaide today said that a joint request on behalf ...

    Article : 382 words
  8. 'NEWS' SCORE BOARD

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  9. WICKET AGAIN BLAMED

    Newspapers seeking reasons for England's poor showing in the Test dwell chiefly on the "sweating" of the wicket before lunch. ...

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  10. MR. KEWNEY MAY GIVE BETTING EVIDENCE

    The secretary of the Victoria Racing Club (Mr. A. V. Kewney), who is now in Adelaide, will probably give evidence before the Betting Commission. ...

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  11. SHOTS FIRED IN CABARET

    Pandemonium broke loose last night in the crowded Monte Carlo cabaret at King's Cross, when, following an argument between a number of men, three ...

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  12. TODAY'S TEMPERATURES

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  13. ALLEN'S FATHER LISTENS-IN

    Allen's father was awakened shortly after 6 a.m., and lying in bed listened to the whole of his son's innings through a French wireless station which relayed to ...

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  14. TERRIBLE DEATH IN LIFT WELL

    SYDNEY, Saturday.—Mrs. Charlotte Montgomery, aged 38, fell. 70 ft. down a lift well to a shocking death at Commerce Buildings, Liverpool street, Sydney, ...

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  15. TRUCK NEARLY CUT IN HALF

    MELBOURNE, Saturday.—A motor truck was almost cut in half as a result of a collision with a motor car at Stunnycliffs level crossing, near Mildura, ...

    Article : 90 words
  16. SOLD OUT!

    Because of the phenomenal demand for "The News" City Edition, which ...

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  17. UNLAWFUL SALE TO BE STOPPED

    MELBOURNE, Saturday.—The heart of a crook who has not in his possession suitable implements for his trade must beat faster when he reads this week's ...

    Article : 112 words
  18. NARROW ESCAPE FROM NIGHT FIRE

    MELBOURNE, Saturday.—Mr. C. Waywood a merchant, of Ballarat North, had a narrow escape from being burned in his home last night He it a fire to boil ...

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  19. ENQUIRY INTO HIDDEN AMMUNITION

    SYDNEY, Saturday.—Lieuts. Cook and Costello, of the Commonwealth Military Forces have been instructed to investigate the discovery at Orange on Thursday ...

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  20. Window Smashed: Seven Youths Arrested

    After a front window of Mr. J. B. Jarvis' house at Chad street. Yatala, had been broken by a stone last night the Rosewater Police arrested seven youth. ...

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