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  4. UNBORN CHILD

    Acting in the interests of an unborn child to save it from the stigma of illegitimacy, the Judge in Divorce (Mr. Justice Boyce) to-day dissolved ...

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  5. FOOTBALL SENSATION

    Ray Stehr, Rugby League international forward, will lose his position as playing coach at Mudgee if he is selected to play for New South Wales ...

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  6. BIG TENNIS

    Jack Crawford, as the title holder, heads an entry of 90 in the French Singles championship. Fred Perry is seeded second at ...

    Article : 184 words
  7. LABOR UNITY

    When delegates to the Victorian Labor Party Conference meet on Saturday there will be three sections represented: ...

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  8. ANOTHER JOURNALIST

    Another British journalist who had accepted Herr Hitler's invitation to investigate conditions in Germany, was arrested to-day, but later was ...

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  9. ONE PER CENT

    Very dull conditions reigned in the money market, where funds went begging for takers. One large bank lent several ...

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  10. PARKES RACES

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  11. NIGHT TROTTING

    Representatives of the New South Wales Trotting Progress Association. consisting of owners, trainers and others, engaged in the industry from ...

    Article : 144 words
  12. 'SMITHY' BOOKED

    Among the names called at the Traffic Court to-day was that of Sir Oharles Kingsford-Smith, for allegedly having parked his car contrary ...

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  13. AGAINST QUOTAS

    Instructions have been sent to the Japanese Ambassador in London (Mr. Matsudaira) says the Tokio correspondent of "The Times," empowering ...

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  14. HOMEBUSH SALES

    Demand for plain grown sheep during the early sales at Homebush to-day was very dull, and values for these were 1/ to 1/6 lower. Prime ...

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  15. SERIOUS SITUATION

    The Pacific Coast Waterside Workers' strike took a more serious turn to-day when 7000 seamen unionists at Oakland (California) struck work ...

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  16. EXPORT OF ARMS

    In the Commons to-day, the Lord President of the Council (Mr. Baldwin) replied to a question calling attention to the arms imported into ...

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  17. THE MARKETS

    A stronger tone is reported in the local onion market in sympathy with conditions in Victoria Butter production is declining in coastal areas. ...

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  18. COUNTY CRICKET

    Phil Mead and Eddie Paynter were the only century scorers in to-day's country matches, each of them being 129 not out when stumps were drawn ...

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  19. CLARA BOW

    Clara Bow announced to-day that she will retire from film work in anticipation of a family event towards the end of the year. ...

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  20. TO BE DISFRANCHISED.

    A special meeting of the State Cabinet this morning decided that the Sydney Corporation Act Amendment Bill should be introduced in the ...

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  21. WAGGA SHOOTING

    The Coroner's inquest into the death of Moncrieff Anderson 33, who was shot at a trough near Tent-town Wagga, on May 10, will commence at ...

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  22. DROUGHT IN U.S.A.

    Investigators sent by the Department of Agriculture to North Dakota and Iowa report that 15 per cent of the intended acreage of grain has not ...

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  23. GIRL IN 'TEENS

    Miss Barton, who will meet Miss Holm to-day in the final of the women's golf title is only 17 years of age and has just left, school. ...

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  24. 41 DEAD

    Of 46 miners working at Paturages, near Mons, at midnight, 41 were killed instantly and the others were injured by a sudden blast of fire. ...

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  25. RUGBY LEAGUE

    The Municipal Council's ban on Sunday football is not going to deter the Bathurst District Band from providing the people with good clean ...

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  26. CYCLING

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 161 words
  27. RODEOS IN ENGLAND

    Using a procedure employed only twice in 100 years the House of Commons rushed a bill through all its stages to-day to control rodeos of the ...

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  28. BOY'S TRAGIC DEATH

    Overjoyed with the possession of a new bicycle Herbert Lloyd (15), of Queen Street. Concord West, went for a ride this afternoon but was ...

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  29. VERY CRITICAL

    The condition of Mrs. Jean Todd, 36, of Helensburgh, who was seriously injured when the motor car in which she was riding with lour ...

    Article : 84 words
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