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  2. SHOOTING AFFRAY

    SYDNEY, Wednesday, shooting affray occurred in a garage at the corner of Flinders and Albion Streets, Darlinghurst, early this morning. A ...

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  3. DISARMAMENT

    GENEVA, Tuesday— At the preparatory disarmament commission. M. Litvinoff (Russia) in a long speech demanded that the commission should ...

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  4. KEITH ANDERSON

    No word has yet been received OF Lieut. Keith Anderson and his mechanic HItchcock, who set out in the Kookaburra to search for ...

    Article : 232 words
  5. SPORTING NEWS

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 259 words
  6. Advertising

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  7. RIFT IN LUTE

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.— It has transpired that at the meeting of the coal conference yesterday, Mr. Hoare demanded to know the credeatials of ...

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  8. BRIDE WAITED

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.— In the District Court to-day Goldia Lydia Hendry, by her next friend, William Hendy, of Upper Bankstown, sought to recover ...

    Article : 139 words
  9. WORLD PEACE

    BERLIN, Tuesday.— The famous Britisch historian and novelist, Mr. H.G. Wells, addressed the Reichstag on the subject of a commonsense world ...

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  10. "SMITHY" SPEEDING UP

    Kingsford Smith and Ulm told pilots of the planes which landed on the mud flat near the Southern Cross, that as soon as possible they will get into the ...

    Article : 217 words
  11. CITY TATT'S

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  12. HEAD KNOCKED IN

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday. —The mutilated body of James Christensen (55), a single man, was found lying against a thorn hedge at Colae East ...

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  13. MOTHER AND SON

    NEWCASTLE, Wednesday.— Mrs. Sheedy and her five year old son were found drowned in a bath tub at their home at New Lambton late yesterday ...

    Article : 138 words
  14. FOOTBALL

    Competition matches set down for Saturday next are Casino II. v. Marist Bros. II. at Casino, and the Casino first grade team will travel to Lismore to ...

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  15. 10 YEARS' HARD LABOR

    BALLARAT, Wednesday.— At the Criminal Court Stanley Walter (29), laborer, was sentenced to ten years' imprisonment with hard laber for ...

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  16. PICKLES FOR HEALTH

    LONDON, Tuesday.— Sri Douglas Mawson, who is leading the Australian expedition to the Antarctic, spend the morning at a factory selecting a ...

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  17. KINGFORD SMITH AND ULM

    Messrs. Campbell and Campbell solicitors, were yesterday instructed to take our Superme Court writs on behalf of Kingsford Smith and Lieutenant, ...

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  18. CAUGHT IN BELTING

    SYDNEY,, Wednesday.—A man named Croft employed by R.J.Patterson, of Wagga, sustained terrible injuries when he was caught in the ...

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  19. CITY HOUSEWIVES

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.— Mrs. Ruby Duncan, vice-president of the Housewives' Association, said in an interview it was overhead charges that kept the ...

    Article : 145 words
  20. TRIPLE SHOOTING

    PARIS, Tuesday. The finding of the bodies of three Czechi-Slovakians, who had been shot with a revolver, a short distance apart, in a field near Louvres ...

    Article : 177 words
  21. INDUSTRIAL TRIBUNAL CONDEMNED

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.— Speaking at the Congregational Union, Mr.J.R.Firth said he had no faith in the Industrial Tribunal, which should be ...

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  22. TOURISTS AND SMALLPOX

    LONDON, Tuesday.— As the result of a case of smallpox being discovered among passengers who come overland from Marseilles from the liner Tuseania ...

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  23. BIG NEW ZEALAND DEFICIT

    SYDNEY, Wednesday. — The New Zealand Prime Minister, in a speech yesterday, indicated a deficit of £550,000 mainly due to the customs revenue ...

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  24. CHAMPIONSHIP BILLIARDS

    LONDON, Tuesday.— In the billiards championship match Newman (in play) has scored 12,000, including breaks of 647,442,317; and Davies 11,556, ...

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  25. "GOD'S OWN COUNTRY"

    For many years before his death Mr. Richard Seddon, the New Zealand Premier, has been accustomed to boast, with unconcealed pride and a ...

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  26. GORED BY BULL

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.— Charles Langfield, a well-known resident of Morongla, in the Cowra district, was knocked down and gored by a bull, receiving ...

    Article : 43 words
  27. TWO CONSTABLES MISSING

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.— The whereabouts of two constables who have been searching for an aboriginal suspected of murder in the Alice Springs district, ...

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  28. FATAL FLIGHT

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.— The inquiry into the death of aircraftsman Colless, who died from injuries received when a Moth plane crashed on Richmond Raod, ...

    Article : 55 words
  29. FRENCHWOMAN'S LUCK

    PARIS, Tuesday.— The British United Press says that two years ago Madame Jobert Bertselot inherited a fortune of £2,000,000 from a cousin in the United ...

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  30. KILLED BY BREAKAWAY TRUCK

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday. Struck by a flying truck of metal, John Brown, (30), were killed instantly in a quarry at Ashanossy Weir yesterday. He was ...

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  31. PROTECTED INDUSTRY.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.— An embargo has been placed upon the import of peanuts, to June 30, 1930. This actions has been taken in the interests of ...

    Article : 74 words
  32. SLEEPERS ON RAILWAY

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday.— At the Criminal Court Clifford Issell, a youth, who placed sleepers on the railway line at Rowsley, was released on a bond. ...

    Article : 57 words
  33. £73,000 FOR FLOOD SUFFERERS

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday.— The subscriptions received for the relief of the Tasmanian flood sufferers now totals £73,000. ...

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  34. KING GOES MOTORING

    LONDON, Tuesday.— The King this morning, accompanied by the Queen, went for a drive in a closed motor car, this being the first time his ...

    Article : 66 words
  35. BRICKS IN COFFIN

    Workmen engaged in the excavation of the Town Hall Station of the City Underground Railway, recently unearthed a mystery in the shape of a ...

    Article : 152 words
  36. SINKING OF THE SELJE

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.— It is reported that the owners of the steamer Selje, which was sunk off Cape Otway, intend preparing claims against the ...

    Article : 66 words
  37. MAORI LEGENDS

    Among the world's quaintest and most beautiful legends are those of the Maoris, who are renowned for their prowess in the telling of the deeds of ...

    Article : 154 words
  38. NO BILL FILED

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.— The Attorney-General has refused to file a bill against Dr. Hereward Leighton Kestoven, at Buladelah, who was ...

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  39. JUSTICE VINDICATED

    CAPETOWN, Tuesday.— The decision of Cabinet not to recommend the Governor to exercise the Royal prerogative in the case of a farmer who was ...

    Article : 49 words
  40. WALKED THROUGH WINDOW WHILE ASLEEP

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.— John Chieh, aged 40, fell a distance of about 12 feet from the window of a flat at King;s Cross, and suffered a fractured ...

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  41. WORLD'S OLDEST WORKING JOURNALIST

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.— John Gale, of Queanbeyan, who claims to be the oldest workign journalist in the world, on[?]ters upon his hundredth year to-day. ...

    Article : 31 words
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