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    The frog shown in this picture has caused quite a sensation. It was recently found in the cornerstone of the Eastland, Texas, County Courthouse, still alive, after being entombed there for 31 years. The young lady holding the is one of the beauties of the village, and the frog doesn't seem to mind ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    DAREDEVIL AT SEVEN. Balancing her little body on the edge of a 12-story skyscraprer, where a slip would have tent her to death, a seven-year-old girl, Aimce Menard, demonstrates her prowess and fearlessnss in a striking exhibition of nerve. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. DUNLOP RUBBER

    At a meeting of shareholders of the Dunlop Rubber Company, in Melbourne, during the week, it was decided to dispose of the company's ...

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  7. LOAN COUNCIL

    The meeting of the Commonwealth Loan Council, at the Commonwealth Bank, is a momentous assemblage of Australian, financial experts. The ...

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  8. "SPOTS" FOR JURORS

    During the week, at the Darlinghurst Sessions Court, three jurymen asserted that a man named Brady—who was charged with having forged and uttered a cheque for £775— had approachel them with offers of a drink. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. PYJAMA PARTY

    A bottle and pyjama party given by Mr. and Mrs. David Tennaut, provided Society, with a new sensation in London. ...

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  10. Snapshots

    THE only thing a Scotchman spends is his boss' time. THE drink question is, "Have one?" ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  11. Chinaman Who Replied

    On attending a case, the Lismore Ambulance men found a Chinaman with a razor cut in the throat, which stopped at a piece of gristle; in front of the ...

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  12. A PYGMY

    Just arrived in Sydney, a tiny savage views the great city with wondrous eyes. He belongs to the almost extinct ...

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  13. Hurt in Bargain Crush

    There was such a crush outside the hosiery shop of Holders, Pty., Ltd., in Bourkc-street, early this morning, that when the doors were opened, a scramble ...

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    WOMEN police. Sex-ton Blakes. MAGISTRATES, are Fine fel- lows. HOLMAN stands by Pratten ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  15. ENGLISH BOXERS HERE

    To fight under the Stadium management there arrived yesterday by the Mooltan, two English pagilists—"Kid" Socks, bantam, and Harry Mason. (lightweight. ...

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  16. WHAT IT COST

    The fact that the sea cooks have to : work, must, be as gratifying to the public as it is to the ship owners. The figures regarding the strike are ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  17. A BIG LAND BALLOT

    Five hundred and seventy-seven applications were received for a homestead farm in the parish of Caroonboon, in the Hay land district. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  18. GIRL ASSAULTED AT ARNCLIFFE BY MAN WHO DISAPPEARED

    [?] Miss Adelaide Backhouse, who is employed as a maid [?] Mr. Edward Farleigh, ex-M.L.A.. at Forest-road, ...

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  19. A FAMILY TO BE PROUD OF

    Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Garland, of Redbourneberry, have just completed 61 years of married life. Mrs. Garland is a member of a family ...

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  20. Where to Find the News

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  21. State Exports Increasing in Figures for May

    Exports from New South Wales to oversells countries despatched during last month were valued at £2,336,152, as compared with 11 total of £2,O23,997 for April, ...

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  22. TO-DAY'S WEATHER WILL BE CLOUDY AND COOL

    The Weather Bureau says that shipping along the Now South Wales coast will experience, sonic very heavy seas during the next few days. The disturbance ...

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  23. HEENEY TRAINS

    Tom Heeney, of New Zealand, who is challenging Gene Tunney for the world's heavyweight boxing championship, is undergoing intensive training at ...

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  24. DIED IN FRONT OF POLICE STATION

    Mr. Harry Starkey, of Concord, well-known in Sydney bat[?]ring circles, collapsed and died in front of the police station here last Tuesday. Death was ...

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  25. Hotels Will Be Closed on Anzac Day

    The Returned Soldiers' League has decided to adhere to its original request to the Minister for the compulsory closing of hotel bars throughout the whole ...

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  26. HOW WALCHA GOT THROUGH STORM

    The storm proved most disastrous here. Nine inches of snow were recorded in places. On Mr. Trethowan's property bullocks wore killed by falling trees, ...

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  27. MEREDITH'S DEATH

    It now transpires that Groot, the Sydneyite dirt track racer, who visited the Isle of Man us a witness of the motor cycle raring there lost Friday week, died ...

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  28. TO-DAY'S BAND MUSIC.

    The Metropolitan Band, conducted by Mr. John Palmer, will play in the Botanic Garden's Rotunda at 3 o'clock. ...

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