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  2. RANGER AGAIN OUTSAILS ENDEAVOUR II

    NEW YORK, Monday.—The Ranger (America) won the second race for the America Cup, beating the Endeavour II ...

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  3. [?]EW TRIAL GRANTED BY COURT OF CRIMINAL APPEAL

    BRISBANE, Tuesday.—"The case reeks with irregularities," said Acting Chief Justice Macrossan to-day, during the hearing of an appeal in the Court of Criminal Appeal, when a new trial was granted. His ...

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  4. DEVELOPMENTS IN SPAIN

    LONDON, Tuesday.—The possibility is growing of the rebels invading Cuenca province, threatening the Valencia-Madrid highway which is the ...

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  5. JAPANESE OPINION

    TOKIO, Monday.—Official confirmation that nearly 300 Japanese and Korean civilians, including women, were massacred by Chinese at ...

    Article : 535 words
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  7. French Reply to British Proposals

    PARIS, Monday.—The French reply to the British proposals agrees to the resumption of control of the Franco-Spanish frontier directly there is ...

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  8. BEER STRIKE TO CONTINUE IN CRACOW

    CRACOW. Tuesday.—About 60 persons attended a meeting convened by the beer strike committee to discuss the offer by the hotel proprietor to ...

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  9. COMPANIONS IN MISFORTUNE WIN GOLDEN CASKET

    BRISBANE, Tuesday.— The mystery of the winners of the Golden Casket was cleared up to-day when T. Lester was located ...

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  10. J.D.MAHONEY TO LEAVE Q.C.A. EXECUTIVE

    BRISBANE, Tuesday.— Mr J. D. Mahoney. representative of the affiliated country associations since 1924 on the executive of the Queensland ...

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  11. THE PALESTINE PLAN

    GENEVA. Monday.— Mr. W. G. Ormsby-Gore underwent a gruelling questioning for three and a half hours before the Mandates Commission on ...

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  12. ROSE BAY TO BE AIR BOAT BASE

    CANBERRA, Tuesday.— Cabinet to-day approved of the establishment of a terminal for the Empire flying boat service at Rose Bay in view of the ...

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  13. GOING TO LONDON FOR SURGICAL AID

    WELLINGTON, Tuesday.— Suffering from a tumour on the brain. Francis Murphy, aged 12. left in the [?] to-day for London for surgical ...

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  14. NARROW ESCAPE FOR TRAIN PASSENGERS

    ADELAIDE, Tuesday.—The Broken Hill express, which arrived at Burraat 8.40. had crossed the railway bridge about a quarter of a mile from the ...

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  15. MURDER TRIAL OPENS

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday.—The trial began at Ballarat to-day of Reginald James Kilpatrick (21), who is charged with having murdered John Woods ...

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  16. [?]ANT BEAR SHOT IN SERBIA

    [?] Monday.—A bear believed [?] biggest in the Balkans and [?] long terrorised the villages [?] and shot by Mika ...

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  17. QUEENSLAND STARTS OFF WITH DEFICIT

    BRISBANE, Tuesday.— Queensland finished the first month of the financial year with a deficit of £27,994. For the same period last year there was a ...

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  18. PRIME MINISTER TO VISIT EXHIBITION

    BRISBANE, Tuesday.— The council of the Royal National Association has received advice that the Prime Minister will visit the Royal National ...

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  19. FINANCE

    BRISBANE, Tuesday.—The mining group on the Stock Exchange to-day presented little feature, prices generally being steady. Emperors attracted ...

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  20. CENTURIES IN COUNTY CRICKET

    LONDON, Monday.— The veteran Patsy Hendren was in good form in county cricket to-day, scoring 187 for Middlesex against Sussex Human. ...

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  21. TRUCK DRIVER'S LUCKY DAY

    KINGAROY, Tuesday.—Pinned beneath a motor truck which overturned on the Kumbia-road and covered with oil. Robert Wright (43) was rescued ...

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  22. INVITATION TO TOTTEY

    WELLINGTON, Tuesday. — The Kangaroos arrived all well after a trip from Sydney. The team held a meeting and decided to invite Tottey ...

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  23. [?]LAS CREDIT AND PRAYER

    [?] Monday.— Urging a [?] prayer campaign Mr, [?] told the Prophetic Bible of Alberts that he intended ...

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  24. ANOTHER DEATH IN MELBOURNE

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday.— Another death from infantile paralysis was reported to-day, the victim being a boy of four years of age, at North ...

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  25. "WHIFFLER'S" TIPS

    BRISBANE, Tuesday.—The following are "Whiffler's" tips for the Albion Park races to be held on Wednesday:- Seventh Division: Avondon. Voryias ...

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  26. Accidentally Shot

    GAYNDAH, Tuesday.— Edward Wragge (17) employed by V. Wagner at Arandanga station, about 26 miles from Gayndah, acidentally shot ...

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