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  5. STOCK EXCHANGE SALES

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  6. CAPE TO LONDON FLIGHT

    Victor Smith, the youthful South African aviator who is flying from the Cape to London, who was missing for several days, has been found a ...

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  7. DUAL ATTEMPT

    Mr. J. A. Mallison and his wife are likely to make a dual attempt on the cape Town to England record, using Separate machines, about December 9. ...

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  8. TIGHE'S HILL RIOT

    There was a startling development at the Quarter Sessions to-day at the re-trial of the men charged in connection with the Tighe'e Hill ...

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  9. DEATH OF MR. B. OLDE

    Immediately the Legislative Assembly met to-day the Premier Mr. Stevens) moved that the House adjourn as a tribute to the memory of ...

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  10. 90th LOTTERY

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  11. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL

    The Legislative Council met to-day, but adjourned soon after owing to lack of business. The President (Sir John Peden) ...

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  12. GLEBE DOLE RIOT

    When five men appeared at the Police Court to-day on charges arising out of a dole disturbance at Glebe last month, it was stated that ...

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  13. TAXATION COMMISSION

    Giving evidence before the Royal Commission on taxation to-day, Mr. M'Kellar White, president of the New South Wales Taxpayer's ...

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  14. CAR OVERTURNS

    A man was killed and four other persons were injured when a motor car overturned on the Moonbi Ranges near Tamworth to-day. They were: ...

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  15. PICTURE CORPORATION FINED

    The Chief Industrial Magistrate (Mr. Prior) to-day imposed a fine of £20 on Warner Bros. First National Picture Corporation for a breach of ...

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  16. GERMAN CRISIS

    It is officially announced that President von Hindenburg will give a decision regarding the new Ministry to-morrow. The prospects of Herr Hitler, ...

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  17. SALVOR'S GIFT

    The Fascist Party has been presented with £1000 in sovereigns by the commander of the Artiglio, the salvage ship which recovered a large ...

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  22. BOMB ON RAILWAY

    Preceding a train conveying the Prime Minister of France (M. Herriot) to Nantes to take part in the commemoration of the union of France and ...

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  24. BOY SURPRISES BURGLAR

    Arnold Hall, aged 15 years, living with his parents at St. Kilda, discovered a burglar in the front room last night. A flower pot was aimed at ...

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  25. OUTER HARBOR AT MACKAY

    Subject to the approval of the Queensland Government arrangements have been made between the Mackay (Q.) Harbor Board and the Temperance ...

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  26. FALL FROM TRAIN

    Severe head injuries were received by Herbert Maxwell, aged 40 years, of Arncliffe, who fell from a fast moving train near Tempe to-day. In ...

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  27. NO GUINEA LOTTERY

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