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  2. Advertising

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  3. Britain Plans Stoic Action to Meet War Debts

    BRITAIN is making arrangements to resume war debt payments to America when the Hoover Moratorium expires on June 30. Besides the former instalments an annual amount will be added to pay off the sum suspended. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    IT was revealed today that South Australia's unemployment relief work scheme is being held up because the ...

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    THE trap which was set by the police to detect motorists who failed to turn around the traffic dome at the corner of Pulteney street and North terrace has ...

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    WILLIAM Henry Hayes, one of the four convicts who took part in the sensational battle with police at Nailsworth ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    THE new Customs and Excise duties which came into force today will not affect petrol prices in South Australia, but will raise the prices of ...

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    JUSTICE Sir Henry McCardie caused a sensation in the King's Bench division of the High Court by publicly ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. Plane Will Control Derby Traffic

    LONDON, May 24.—An auto-gyro aeroplane is to be used to control road traffic to and from Epsom Downs on Derby Day, June 1. From ...

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  10. Flag at Half-mast

    THE FLAG on Parliament House was flown at half-mast today to the memory of Sir Lancelot Stirling, president of the Legislative Council, ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  11. Church Arrest; Killed Sheep

    KADINA, Wednesday.—Arrested in the Thomas Plains Church, where he had his bed and camp outfit. Theodor Rudolf Heusler, alias Frank Kelly, and ...

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  12. Hope for Missing Airmen

    WHILE no news has been heard of Flight-Capt. Hans Bertram, the German flier, and his three companions, there is still hope that, if he landed no ...

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  13. N.Z. Going Back to Penny Postage

    WELLINGTON (N.Z.), Wednesday.— The Postmaster-General announced today that as part of the Government's policy of reducing costs it had been decided to ...

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  15. Market Easier in Gold Shares

    Following the activity in Western Australian goldmining shares at higher prices on the Stock Exchange of Adelaide in the past few days, profit-takers were largely ...

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  16. Where New Gold Reef Was Found

    The Great Boulder property, on the famous Golden Mile, Kalggorlie, Western Australia, where a new reef is being developed. The discovery has caused great activity in gold shares on the Stock Exchange. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  17. Late Sales on 'Change

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  18. Phone Girls Up to Waists in Flood

    LONDON, May 24.—Because of the floods in the Midlands, caused by the heavy week-end downpours, two telephone girls attired in bathing ...

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  20. Wages of Bakers Cut 12/

    By consent, Mr. President Kelly in the Industrial Court today reduced the wages of country breadmaking employes from £4 17/ to £4 5/ a week. A common rule ...

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  22. The Story of the Snail that Took the Wrong Turning

    ASNAIL has turned to the left! Always the most constitutional of beings, calm and unexcitable, snails have turned to the right—always. But the ...

    Article : 239 words
  23. Atlantic Heroine Sees Prince; "Proudest Girl in London"

    "I AM the product girl in London," said Mrs. Earhart Putnam, who, after seeing the Prince of Wales today learned that the United States ...

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  24. 2 Processions for Gen. Higgins

    TWO big processions will march through the city streets tomorrow in honor of Gen. Higgins, the world leader of the Salvation Army, and Mrs. Higgins, who will ...

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  25. On Other Pages

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  26. "One for Auld Lang Syne"

    LONDON, May 24.—"Punch" prints a full-page cartoon depicting an Australian kangaroo vigorously kicking Mr. Lang over a precipice into ...

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