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  4. EARTH TREMOR

    GUNNING took the full brunt of the 'quake, felt at 6.8 a.m., preceded by a noise like a heavy explosion. The concrete residence of Mr. ...

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  5. THIRD TEST

    FOR the first time during the series England won the tos when the third test commenced at Adelaide to-day. ...

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  6. BERT HINKLER

    The continued absence of any news of Hinkler is now creating the gravest fears as to his safety. Hinkler was using a Puss Moth ...

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  7. MR. BRUCE PAYS TRIBUTE

    Mr. Bruce, expressing regret at Mr. Gullett's retirement, says he was particularly sorry that the reason should be lil-health. He paid a tribute to ...

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  8. INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC

    Britain is still in the grip of influenza. Last week 681 were stricken, compared with 303 the previous week and 120 Christmas week. ...

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  9. JAPANESE FROZEN TO DEATH

    Chiumenkow Pass is now definitely in the hands of Japanese, but terrible privations were experienced by both sides during the fight. Many ...

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  11. NEWTOWN AFFRAY

    The inquest opened to-day concerning the death of William Alexander McIlveen, who died from the effects of a knife wound in his chest. ...

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  12. MR. COSGROVE

    Mr. Cosgrove, speaking at Kildare, denounced. Mr. De Valera's policy as political sabotage, adding, "Farmers have been placed in the front line of ...

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  13. NEW MINISTER

    Mr. T. W. White, M.H.R., for Balalava, was to-day appointed Minister for Customs in succession to Sir Henry Gullett. He is to be sworn in ...

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  14. UNEMPLOYED YOUTHS

    At a meeting of representatives of 85 municipalities and shires adjacent to the metropolitan area, the Minister for Labor and Industry (Mr. ...

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  15. SURRY HILLS FRACAS

    At the Central Court to-day Edward O'Brien, 40, mechanic, who is said by the police to have just been released from gaol after serving a long ...

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  16. FARMERS' RELIEF ACT

    The Farmers' Relief Act was proclaimed at a special meeting of the Executive Council yesterday and a now in force. ...

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  17. TREE ON TENT

    Mervyn Skelton, 47, died as a result of the shocking injuries he received when a dead tree crashed on his tent at Sandy Creek, seven miles ...

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  18. VICTORIAN BUSH FIRES

    Bush fires are still raging in many parts of the country. It is feared that a change in the wind may place the townships of Omeo and Tallarook. ...

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  19. FILTRATION PLANT

    The Wagga Municipal Council at its meeting last night dealt with a letter from the Public Works Department which advised that funds for ...

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