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  2. STORY BEHIND NOLA ROWLEY'S LEAP TO DEATH

    A threat to "go over the top," a fight, and a girl's drop to death as a hand was stretched out—only a foot away—to rescue her. That is the story behind the story of the tragic New Year celebrations in which 18-year-old Nola ...

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  3. ESCAPED!

    William Ernest McDonald, a trusted confinee of Long Bay Gaol, escaped from custody late yesterday afternoon, and at an early hour this morning was still ...

    Article : 117 words
  4. 100 FIRES

    The sudden change in the wind on Friday night aided the grimy hosts of firefighters in checking the flames which threatened homes in almost every part of the State. This, in spite of the fact that the varying wind fanned the ...

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  5. INCREASE

    Importers and exporters are seriously alarmed concerning the effect of the projected increase in overseas shipping, freights upon the Australian import and ...

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  6. AMANULLAH'S RIVAL MAKES DASH

    Prince Sirdar Muhammad Omar Khan, a member of the branch of the Afghan Royal Family which rivals King Amanullah, escaped ...

    Article : 244 words
  7. NEW MARKETS FOR CITY STREETS

    Sydney streets are to have a brand new system of road marking, if the Civic Commissioners be up-to-date and learnt lesson taught by other cities overseas ...

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  8. AFTER THE HOLIDAYS

    BACK TO WORK — AND REST ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. FISH FORTUNE

    Hauling off Perkins' Beach, Port Kembla, last night, Messrs. Goldsmith and Papy, fishermen, landed three large hauls of jewfish. The three hauls ...

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  10. HOW CUNARDERS NEARLY LOST MAIL CONTRACT

    The New York Post Office Department issued an order this morning, withdrawing from three Cunard ships all mail, except that specifically ...

    Article : 239 words
  11. TALENT FOR IT

    Mrs. C. W. Smith and Mr. T. M. Rodham, of Lithgow, winners of the first prize in the current Golden Casket Art Union, are sister and ...

    Article : 92 words
  12. TIMBER STRIKE

    Kone of the members of the City and Suburban Timber Merchants' Association, presented themselves for work in the metropolitan area yesterday. Thus ...

    Article : 58 words
  13. AMAZING WEALTH

    Among the many indications of Germany's amazing recovery from the war, not the least is her gold reserve, which was in the revealed Reichsbank return, ...

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  14. FATHER AND SON

    The biggest firm in the motor industry before they retired from active retail selling a few years ago, P. McIntosh and Sons, of Phillip House, Phillip-street, ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 390 words
  15. 14 Jockeys Suspended in Queensland

    Fourteen metropolitan jockeys have been suspended as a result of horses varying in form, since the present Board of Stewards took charge of racing affairs ...

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  16. HIGHER FREIGHTS

    Australian merchants met to consider the increased freight suggested by the shipping companies at the close of the year. They will again seek a ...

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  17. DUE JANUARY 16

    Returns of income under the new Income Tax Act should be forwarded to the Commissioner of Taxation on or before January 16. ...

    Article : 370 words
  18. £1,250,000

    The political parties of Great Britain are realising that the general election is expected to cost an enormous amount more than any previously held, owing to ...

    Article : 61 words
  19. MOVIE MINISTER?

    It has been suggested that Mr. Marks, M.H.R., should be created Minister for Fine Arts at Canberra. He would thus have control of the carrying out of the ...

    Article : 49 words
  20. Huge Timber Deal

    Twenty lending timber importing firms of Britain for the first time, combined to purchase the whole supply of Russian timber in the coming season. The deal ...

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  21. His New Year Gift

    Yesterday afternoon the "Sunday Times" asked Mr. Mares, State Meteorologist, for a New Year gift. He predicted rain. At 10.30 last night his ...

    Article : 57 words
  22. Shunter Killed

    Thomas Sullivan, 40, shunter, of Fraser-street, Elsternwick, was crushed between trucks at North Melbourne railway yards this afternoon and sustained ...

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  23. WHO OWNS HORSE?

    Legal proceedings have been initiated over the ownership of the racehorse Bootlegger. William Stewart Seeney is claiming a declaration that he is the ...

    Article : 66 words
  24. Timber Workers' Strike

    Close watch is being kept by the management committee of the Peace-in-Industry Conference on the threatened timber workers' strike in ...

    Article : 61 words
  25. RAIL COLLAPSES

    As the result of the rail on a balcony collapsing, two men were seriously injured at Port Adelaide this morning. Harry Lock received a broken arm and ...

    Article : 64 words
  26. MAN SHOT

    While he was sitting watching a cricket match in Rawson Park, Artarmon, yesterday afternoon William Lawler, aged 48, a grocer, of Hampden-road, ...

    Article : 74 words
  27. CHILD DROWNED

    Francis James Sewings, aged 7, who lived at Windsor, fell from the banks of the Hawkesbury, near his home, late yesterday afternoon, and was drowned. ...

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  28. Domestics for N.S.W.

    About 125 domestic servants are going to Australia on the Otranto. The majority are destined for New South Wales. ...

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  29. THE DAILY ROUND, THE COMMON TASK

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  30. BOATMEN SAFE

    Further heavy rain is reported from North Queensland. An additional 4½ inches fell at Cardwell, and the Tully River at noon to-day was 6½ft over the ...

    Article : 75 words
  31. Killed by Car?

    A man believed to be Wm. Hambling, 40, of Fynns-street, Geelong, was picked up this afternoon, and died later in Melbourne Hospital from a fractured skull. ...

    Article : 47 words
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