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  6. MAN SHOT IN DARLINGHURST HOTEL BAR

    THE silence of the Underworld enshrouds the shooting of William Broadhurst, who received a bullet wound in the left thigh in the saloon bar of the Oxford Hotel, Darlinghurst, just before dosing time but night. ...

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  7. EXTREMES MEET

    The number one for Inverell (on the right) and the full-back for Harden have the ball to themselves near the Harden goal. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  8. LEAGUE TEAM FOR TOUR OF ENGLAND

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  9. DRIVER FINDS BABY'S ARM IN SAND

    THE horrifying discovery of the arm of an infant protruding from the sand near the tramway waiting shed at Maroubra Bay was made by tram-driver ...

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  10. WEIRD MEDICAL CURIOSITY

    PERTH, Saturday.—J. Lenane, of Garden-street. West Perth, is a living medical curiosity, a freak whose case has been described by a prominent ...

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  11. HERO RETURNS HOME

    LIEUTENANT KEITH ANDERSON returned to Sydney yesterday morning—returned from the gallant adventure in which he laid down his life in a ...

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  12. WIFE'S THROAT SLASHED

    ADELAIDE, Saturday.—The body of Mrs. Maud Harriet Carr (35) was found lying on a bed in the front room of a cottage in Marguerite-street, ...

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  13. WILL HE HIT IT?

    J. K. Ross, on the gray pony, playing a near—side shot, with two lever[?] men crowing him in case he m[?] ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  14. DEATH DID NOT SOLVE RIDDLE

    MELBOURNE, Saturday.—Known as the hermit of the hills, Miss Agnes Simmons, an octogenarian, whose tall, gaunt figure, clothed in riding breeches ...

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  15. WAS PLANTER MURDERED?

    MELBOURNE, Saturday.—The report of the analysis of the stomach contents of a New Guinea planter named Peterson, whose body was ...

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  16. Link with Past

    MR. GEORGE MACK, of Narromine, who played on the winning side in three consecutive Dudley Cup tournaments, snapped at ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  17. POLO PLAYERS UNDISMAYED

    POLO players at Kensington yesterday struck natty, cold, showery weather, and it was even worse for the onlookers, though the wives, etc., of the ...

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  18. NO RIOT THIS TIME

    WHEN St. George and Balmain League teams met on Birchgrrove Oval yesterday afternoon a repetition of the riot which attended the conclusion of the ...

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  19. His Hobby

    THERE is no accounting for the strange whims of thieves. Early yesterday morning ...

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  20. MASS MEETING TO-DAY

    NEWCASTLE, Saturday.—Baulked in their request that miners representatives should be present at the examination of the books of the ...

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  21. LUKIN STILL ALIVE

    MELBOURNE, Saturday.—The city was buzzing to-day with a story that Judge Lukin had been assassinated. ...

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  22. LISMORE FEARS FLOOD

    LISMORE, Saturday.—Lismore residents live at the junction of the two creeks that unite to form the Richmond River and heavy rain always brings fears ...

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  23. MURDER AND SUICIDE?

    HAMILTON (N.Z.), Saturday.—Mystery surrounds the death of Edward and, Eileen Lees, a young married couple living at Hamilton. ...

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  24. BOTH SIDES TO FIGHT ON

    THOUGH in Melbourne last week-end the striking timber-workers decided to go back to work, both employers and employees in Sydney have decided ...

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  25. MELBOURNE SHIVERS AND SNEEZES

    MELBOURNE, Saturday—This morning Melbourne rose shivering and sneezing, with the mercury in the thermometer lower thin it has fallen for ...

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  26. STOP PRESS

    A gang of toughs in a Pyrmont tram last night made a brutal attack on Conductor William Bower, when he attempted to collect their fares. ...

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  27. LORRY'S JUMP OVER BANK

    AN amazing accident occured on the Prince's Highway, near the approach to the new Tom Ugly's Bridge, yesterday afternoon, when a motor lorry ...

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  28. MURDER TRIAL FOR NATIVE

    PERTH, Saturday.—Police headquarters have received meagre news of native killing at Drysdale Mission, in the North-Went of the State. ...

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  29. STATE SURPLUS ANTICIPATED

    ALTHOUGH the Railway deficit for the year has been estimated at close on £1,000,000, State Treasurer Stevens anticipates a surplus on consolidated ...

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  30. A Place in "Truth"

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  31. SMITHY THERE

    THE Atlantic Union Oil Company, received a cable Iran Captain Kingsford Smith yesterday stating that the Southern Cross had landed safety at ...

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  32. CAR OVERTURNS.

    A car overturned at Bankstown last night, and five persons were taken to hospital. ...

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