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  5. Sir Charles Kingsford Smith at Wagga

    Yesterday was an epoch making day in the history of Wagga, in so far as aeronautics are concerned, for the residents had the opportunity of meeting, and flying with, the world's greatest pilot, Sir Charles Kingsford Smith, in ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. MALTA

    A message from Rome says the press correspondents lengthily denounce the "cruelty, with which little Malta is ground under the heel of ...

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  7. ECONOMICAL VESSEL

    The 7000 ton steamer Arcwear, which was launched at Sunderland to-day, was described by its designer, Sir Joseph Isherwood, as "The most ...

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  8. SUDDEN ATTACK

    Suddenly attacked by a man whom be was driving koine, in his motor car, Kenneth Milne, an engineer, of Church street, Richmond, wan severely ...

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  9. POISON GAS

    The fact that the Home Office is investigating means of defence against poison gas in the case of an air attack was revealed by General Sir ...

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  10. No Concessions

    The Commissioner for Railways (Mr Hartigan) emphasises that his recently acquired authority to refuse certain important ...

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  11. ENGLISH PETROL

    A rise of one penny in the price of petrol in England Will cost motorists about £4,000,000 a year. The new prices are: First grade, 1/6; commercial, 1/4. ...

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  12. REICHSTAG FIRE

    Herr Gering, Premier of Prussia, arrived nearly an hour late to give evidence in refutation of the charges, that the Nazis were responsible for the ...

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  13. GOSFORD FIRE

    Gosford experienced its most spectacular fire early yesterday morning, when Hill's Mann street building, comprising three shops, a garage, a ...

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  14. SOUTH AFRICA

    Anti-German demonstrations in South Africa have culminated in the raiding and partial demolition, of a German newspaper office by a mob in ...

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  15. GRAND FOR ULM

    The Australian Plying Corps Association has decided te place before the Commonwealth Government tho recommendation that Mr C. T. P. Ulm ...

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  16. LORD NEVILL

    When an application, for the discharge from bankruptcy of Lord Richard Nevill, brother of the Marquis of Abergavenny, and formerly ...

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  17. EARTHQUAKE IN N.Z.

    A sharp earthquake originating in the Cook strait area wakened sleepers in Wellington at 5.17 o'clock' this morning. Beyond alight damage to a ...

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  18. VISITING M'sP.

    Mr W. P. Crawford Greene and Lord Apsley, M'sP., reacted Melbourne yesterday evening in the monoplane Faithful City from ...

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  19. BLINDED IN HOLD-UP

    Mr. Alfred R. Johnson, who was blinded when acid was thrown in his face in a hold-up at the William street, post office a year ago, was married ...

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  20. ROMAN RELIC

    The citizens of Borne were astonished the morning to find that one of the most famous relics of ancient Rome had been removed over-night. It was ...

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  21. TRADE WITH BELGIUM

    The Australian High Commissioner in London (Mr. Bruce) is expected here in Thursday next to discuss trade matters. ...

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