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  4. TELEGRAMS

    The following weather forecast was issued at 2 p.m. to-day:—Morning mist and fog in southern and eastern areas and mostly line far south-west, but ...

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  5. Over the Teacups

    Miss Joy Higgs, popular member of the Younger Set, was stricken with sudden illness on Tuesday and removed to the District Hospital for an immediate ...

    Article : 630 words
  6. Censure Motion

    In the House of Representatives, the motion of censure was rejected by 39 votes to 24, on a strictly party division. The House then proceeded to pass ...

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  7. CABLEGRAMS

    At the wool sales, 10,627 bales were offered. There was strong general competition and prices had a hardening tendency. ...

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  8. Gigantic Blaze

    The great wool stores of Goldsbrough, Mort and Co. Ltd., with 30,000 bales of wool, valued at £525,000, were destroyed by fire ...

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  9. JOE LOUIS

    Joe Louis, the marvellous colored boxer, added Max Baer's name to his vanquished list to-day, making his 24th win in succession. ...

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  10. Rawsonville Carnival

    Despite grey skies, the attendance at Rawsonville's annual carnival yesterday a little below last year. Soon after [?]break, a light shower fell, but not ...

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  11. DRAWING HUNDREDS

    The gas cookery demonstrations in the Theatre Royal have continued to prove extremely popular with Dubbo ladies, and will continue until Saturday ...

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  12. IN DEFENCE

    Abyssinia now is convinced of the inevitability of war, and, according to Press reports, the Emperor has telegraphed the League of Nations that ...

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  13. SPORTING NOTES

    Supt. Bryden must be the "dark horse" of the Bowling Club. Steve Lovett, who proudly proclaims himself as "the worst of Z-grade bowlers" ...

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  14. PROTEST UPHELD

    Previous fixture declared no match. Replay ordered next Sunday or first match next season. Fifty-fifty fate.—English. ...

    Article : 426 words
  15. VICTORIA

    The Premier (Mr. Dunstan) announced that the Government would embark on a comprehensive policy of hospital rebuilding at a cost of about ...

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  16. PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS

    Mr. John Curtis, of Bondi, has accepted a position with Campbell's pharmacies, Dubbo and Trangle, Mr. Curtis, who is a fully-qualified chemist, and ...

    Article : 267 words
  17. FEDERAL

    During the first six months of the present year, Australia's population hus increased by 18,628, compared with 20,246 in the corresponding period last ...

    Article : 307 words
  18. THE BALL

    Poppies for remembrance—these were used in profusion in the decorative scheme of the hall for the ball which brought the end of a perfect day. The ...

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  19. NEW ZEALAND

    A mixed goods and passenger train was almost completely derailed at the bottom of an incline near Invercargill, South Isand, last night. Seventy ...

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