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  2. BOISTEROUS WEEK-END.

    Extreme weather conditions prevailed over the State on Saturday, which disrupted shipping services and seriously interfered with a number of sporting ...

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  3. OLYMPIC GAMES CONCLUDED.

    Australia's portion yesterday--two lasts--neither of which was unexpected, left R. Masters (Victoria) the sole survior to-day, out he was not expected ...

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  4. ROAD TOLL

    Two persons were injured, one fatally, in a motor accident in St. George's-road. North Fitzroy, on Saturday evening. ...

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  5. TEST CRICKET.

    In warm, sunny weather the third and final Test match between England and All India opened at Kennington Oval to-day. England won the toss and [?] ...

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  6. SUSTENANCE WORKERS.

    The sustenance workers' strike is being continued much against the wish of a majority of the men. That is evident from the fact that in some of the ...

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  7. MUSIC, STAGE & FILM

    The programme of the second recital given by Dorothy Helmrich under the direction of the Australian Broadcasting Commission at the Assembly Hall on ...

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  8. INTER-STATE LACROSSE.

    ADELAIDE, Saturday.--The acrosse carnival ended to-day, when Victoria defeated South Australia, to retain the Garland McHaig Championship Cup for a further three ...

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  9. AMERICA BEATS BRITAIN.

    White City was packed with 100,000 spectators--the largest number that has ever witnessed an athletic match in Britain--for the Empire versus United ...

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  10. PICTURE THEATRES.

    If you have never read that great piece of literature Cervantes's Don Quixote, you will certainly not [?] tempted to read it after seeing Don ...

    Article : 438 words
  11. Fatality in Williams-road.

    On Saturday night Florence Hook, about 45 years, who lived in a guest house in Williams-road, Toorak, was crossing Williams-road when she was ...

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  12. Man Killed at Hallam.

    At 6 p.m. on Saturday Herbert Harrison Culvert, 53 years. Princes Highway, Hallam, was walking along the highway to his home, when he was knocked down ...

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  13. Skulls Fractured.

    At the comer of Nicholson and Johnston streets, Carlton, at 6.30 p.m. on Saturday, Alice Corbin, 22 years. Eight- street, Carlton, was knocked down by a ...

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  14. Richard Crooks--Final Concert.

    The wonderfully successful season of concerts given by Mr. Richard Crooks in the Town Hall came to an end on Saturday night. The recital became a ...

    Article : 253 words
  15. THREE LINERS DELAYED.

    The northerly gale which swept over Melbourne on Saturday delayed the departure of vessels, while shipping along the coast was further affected by the ...

    Article : 318 words
  16. Stolen Car Traced--Two Men Arrested.

    Following on a report from Lang Lang that two men in a motor car were acting suspiciously yesterday morning, a police patrol car went to Lang Lang ...

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  17. State--Devil's Squadron.

    Although aerial speed is the basis of Devils Squadron, which is being presented at the State Theatre this week, it is from lack of motion that the picture ...

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  18. Woman and Daughters Injured.

    A woman and her three daughters were injured in a collision between two motor cars at the 14 miles post on Ballarat-road, near Rockbank, last night. ...

    Article : 134 words
  19. Strike at Redcliffs.

    MILDURA, Sunday.--A large meeting of unemployed and drainage workers at Redcliffs to-day decided to picket the Mildura shire council abattoirs, which ...

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  20. VOCE'S BOWLING.

    Wyatt's 109 not out against Notts yesterday is described as his best innings for years. He was struck on the thigh by the first ball from Voce, and at 45 ...

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  21. A.B.C. Military Band.

    The National Military Band, established by the Australian Broadcasting Commission, gave its third concert in the King's Theatre on Saturday night. Under the ...

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  22. NEW SCHEME IN SYDNEY

    SYDNEY, Sunday.--Mr. Spooner, the deputy leader of the U.A.P., who is also the Minister of Works and Local Government, will confer with the Acting ...

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  23. Knocked Down by Taxi.

    Police are seeking the driver of a taxicab which knocked down Henry Fletcher, 31 years, Brighton-road, St. Kilda, in High-street, near Carlisle-street St. ...

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  24. Lyceum--Woman Wanted.

    Variety in plenty is to be had at the Lyceum Theatre this week. Although only one picture is named "Speed," fast-moving action is included in both, and ...

    Article : 243 words
  25. Husband and Wife Injured.

    Early on Saturday night John Fitzgerald, 38 years, Hamel-street, sunshine, and his wife, Patricia, 22 years, were crossing the intersection ...

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  26. RUNAWAY PLANE

    Amazing courage was exhibited by a 13-year-old girl, Colette Loup, who crashed in a runaway piano at the An gouleme aerodrome and died in hospital. ...

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  27. Bright Variety at Tivoli.

    Radio Parade, the new variety programme at the Tivoli, is a bustling show, alternating with scenas, which include the ingenious and really beautiful ...

    Article : 330 words
  28. STRUCK BY LIGHTNING.

    SEYMOUR, Sunday.--During a heavy thunder storm about 6.30 p.m. yesterday a valuable Jersey cow belonging to Mr. L. Moody was struck by lightning ...

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  29. LOCAL EARTHENWARE.

    No time has been lost by the State Government in investigating the protest made in the columns of "The Age" by a Brunswick pottery manufactory, and ...

    Article : 419 words
  30. AERIAL DERBY.

    BRISBANE, Sunday.--There was a tense moment at the start of the aerial derby at the Aero Club's pageant at Archerfield on Saturday, when six Moth ...

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  31. Collision at Garden Vale.

    Two cars collided at the corner of Head-street and Point Nepean-road, Garden Vale, on Saturday night, and two persons were injured--Norman Major, ...

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  32. TASMANIAN HURRICANE.

    LAUNCESTON, Sunday.--Panic ensued in the Burnie picture theatre on Saturday night when a hurricane struck the town. Patrons hurriedly left their seats ...

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  33. Man's Leg Broken.

    Thomas Stirling, 69 years, Blanche-street, St. Kilda, was crossing High-street, St. Kilda, on Saturday night, when he was knocked down by a motor ...

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  34. Athenaeum--Rhodes of Africa.

    The picture Rhodes of Africa, which is in its second week at the Athenaeum, is based on the life of the late Cecil Rhodes, and depicts incidents preceding and following the Boer war. ...

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  35. NEED FOR PRAYER.

    In an address to members of the Italian Catholic Action Party, the Pope laid:--"Never Was there more need for prayer than at present. Sad news has ...

    Article : 78 words
  36. Four Naval Men Injured.

    BRISBANE, Sunday.--Five young men, four of them members of crews of visiting war ships, were injurede in a car accident on Sandgate-road to-night. Two ...

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  37. LOSSES THROUGH DROUGHT.

    BRISBANE, Sunday.--The Queensland Country Party conference was continued on Saturday. The chairman (Mr. J. J. Leahy) moved that the central council ...

    Article : 132 words
  38. RECLAIMING OFFENDERS.

    The problem of the rehabilitation of individuals whose actions brought them into conflict with the law, but were nevertheless reclaimable, was the ...

    Article : 153 words
  39. FORTHCOMING EVENTS.

    There will be only two more performances of Yeomen of the Guard at His Majesty's Theatre. On Wednesday afternoon and evening The Mikado will be staged, and Pirates ...

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  40. Derbyshire Tennis Championship.

    In the men's singles of the Derby hire championship Quist d. Deloford, 6-2, 6-4. in the final, and in the final of the men's doubles Quist and Sproule d. ...

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  41. MARTIN CHUZZLEWIT

    A dramatised version of Dickens's novel "Martin Chuzzlewit" was given by the Art Theatre Players in Queen's Hall on Saturday. The huge cast made heavy ...

    Article : 125 words
  42. AUSTRALIAN DEFENCE.

    WAGGA, Sunday.--Major I. G. Fu[?] brigade major of the 14th Infantry addressing returned soldiers on the necessity for recruiting into the militia the ...

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  43. Democracy and War.

    In an address to members of the Armadale Baptist Men's Association, Mr. W. McMahon Ball, senior lecturer in political philosophy at the Melbourne, University, whose ...

    Article : 231 words
  44. ABOLITION OF RELIEF WORK.

    ALBURY, Sunday.--Mr. A. Mair, M.L.A. for Albury, and chairman of the country section of the United Australia party, is making a special trip to Sydney ...

    Article : 150 words
  45. INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 183 words
  46. Brisbane Coadjutor Bishop Married.

    BRISBANE, Sunday.--The Archbishop's chapel at Bishopbourne formed tho setting for the marriage of Bishop Dixon, Coadjutor Bishop of Brisbane, ...

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  47. Apollo--The O'Brien Girl.

    The reproduction of the popular musical comedy The O'Brien Girl, by Sir Benjamin Fuller, and Mr. Garnet H. Carroll, is attracting large audiences to the Apollo Theatre, ...

    Article : 101 words
  48. More Gas Masks.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.--Staling that the Defence department would spend more money on the purchase of gas masks this year, the Minister of Defence (Sir ...

    Article : 97 words
  49. Council Official Farewelled.

    Mr. I. McDonald, engineer of Mordialloc council for five years, who has accepted a similar position at Geelong, wan entertained with his wife by the citizens of Mordialloc. ...

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  50. Gla[?]rium.

    The three sessions at the [?] on Saturday attracted large numbers of ice skaters. At the evening session Miss Joyce Macbeth, the young English champion, gave a ...

    Article : 44 words
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