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  2. 4 FT. OF RAIN AT TULLY

    Tully had 1219 points of rain for the 24 hours ended at 9 a.m. yesterday; and from 9 a.m. to 9.30 p.m. yesterday 1145 points was registered and the rain had not ceased. Thus a foot of rain has been measured on two consecutive days. The [?] ...

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  3. MORRIS WILL NEVER RACE AGAIN

    "I will never race a dog or a horse in Brisbane again," declared Mr. Frank Morris (bookmaker) last night when referring to the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  4. WILD FIGHT WITH KNIVES

    Entering an Elizabeth Street boot shop to-night an Italian levelled a revolver at a countryman and fired. The bullet missed ...

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  5. LONE WIFE SAVES HUSBAND

    A vivid story of a woman's pluck in a single-handed fight to save her husband's life this afternoon comes from Brachead Farm. ...

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  6. FAST TIMOR CROSSING

    The Qantas Air Mail 'plane to-day crossed the Timor Sea to Koepang in less time than it took Scott and Black in their air race ...

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  7. FRESH BLOW TO ROOSEVELT

    President Roosevelt returned to-day from a short holiday and will shortly resume his radio addresses to the people in an effort to regain his ...

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  8. CLASH FEARED IN ABYSSINIA

    The Rome correspondent of the "Daily Mail" says: "The Abyssinian Emperor's statement that Italy's precautionary mobilisation is unnecessary ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. AIR MAIL TO NEW ZEALAND

    Sir Charles Kingsford Smith announced to-day that the Kingsford Smith Service had been amalgamated with Eastern Air Transport. ...

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  10. HIGHER CUSTOMS REVENUE

    To-day's customs returns covering the eight months ended February 28 indicate that the Commonwealth Government may be able to balance ...

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  11. LABOUR BAN ON KISCH

    The Commonwealth authorities will not be alone in breathing a sigh of relief when Herr Egon Kisch leaves Australia. He now threatens to ...

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  12. CONGRATULATIONS FROM BRITAIN

    The Postmaster-General (Sir Kingsley Wood) to-night sent a cable message to the Air Delegation, expressing his congratulations. He informed The ...

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  13. SICK MAN ALL NIGHT IN STORM

    Encountering blinding rain Storms, an ambulance car from Mossman, taking a patient to the Cairns District Hospital, was forced to spend a ...

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  14. WANDANA DELAYED BY GALE

    The John Burke steamer Wandana berthed this evening from Cairns, after having been delayed two days ...

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  15. NEIM SHAH NURSES AGED FATHER

    "My father has sold his property at Georgeica, and I have made application to the authorities for permission to take him back to India," said Neim ...

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  16. PRINCESS MAY TALK TO EMPIRE

    The "Daily Mail' 'says: "Hopeful consideration is being given to the possibility of Princess Elizabeth broadcasting to the Empire during the special ...

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  17. INDEMNITY TO FRANCE

    DJIBOUTI (French Somaliland), February 28. Abyssinia has paid an indemnity of £10,000 to France in compensation for ...

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  18. OVERSEAS TRADE BALANCE

    A slight improvement in Australia's overseas trade position was shown in January. For the seven months the total favourable balance was £6,097,000 ...

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  19. GIRLS TERRORISED

    Squads of detectives and police scoured the scrub around St. Ives this afternoon for a man who is suspected of having attempted to assault a girl ...

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  20. HIGH PRICE OF GOLD

    The City editor of "The Times" says: "A fresh wave of Continental nervousness, sending up the price of gold to a record level and depressing the ...

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  21. FALL UNDER TRAIN

    Edward Dopking (19), of Edinburgh Street, Richmond, Victoria, when jumping off a train near the signal box approaching Cootamundra station ...

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  22. WILEY POST'S ESCAPE

    Wiley Post, the famous' aviator, started from Los Angeles on a test ascent into the stratosphere, intending to fly six miles above the ground ...

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  23. CYCLONE MOVING NORTH

    The Divisional Meteorologist (Mr. A. Richards) said yesterday that the heavy rain in the North was the main result of the unsettled conditions on ...

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  24. NEW WOOL SALE SYSTEM

    The "Yorkshire Observer" states that responsible woollen men believe that the suggestion from Australia that sales there should be divided ...

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  25. 8oz. NUGGET FOUND

    a nugget, weighing 8oz. 5dwts., was brought to the Commonwealth Bank to-day. It was found by A. Pastourel and T. Cune, at the head of Gavial ...

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  26. CHARRED BONES IN LAGOON

    Detectives are investigating the finding of teeth and fragments of charred bones in a lagoon at Yarragundry, near Wagga. The bones may ...

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    PETER THE PYTHON was transferred yesterday from his travelling boc to his new home in a cage at Surfers' Paradise. In the lower picture he is slumbering peacefully, with his head resting on the upper coils. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  28. HAUPTMANN'S WIFE SEEKS FUNDS

    Five thousand persons packed the Yorkville Casino, in the heart of the German settlement, clamouring for admittance as Mrs. Hauptmann appealed ...

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  29. RELIEF OF LADYSMITH

    Lady White, widow of Sir George White, defender of Ladysmith, died to-day, the 35th anniversary of the relief of the town. ...

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  30. ANOTHER RECORD

    The price of gold reacted the new record figure of £7/5/1 a fine ounce to-day. The dollar was 4.83 13-16 to the pound sterling, and the franc ...

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  31. ACTORS DECLINE CONTRACTS

    After a long discussion with members of the Council of British Equity (the Actors' Union), the entire company of "Streamline" decided to refuse ...

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  32. SUGAR AGREEMENT PROTEST

    At a meeting to-day of the executive committee appointed by the Sugar Consumers' Association to conduct a protest campaign against the renewal ...

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  33. THREE HURT WHEN HORSE BOLTS

    Mrs. J. Harris, her daughter Jean (12), and Mrs. Sydenham, of Bomen were injured when the horse attached to the sulky in which they were ...

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  34. AUSTRALIAN RECORD

    For gold disposed of in London on Thursday for customers, the Electrolytic Refining and Smelting Co., Ltd., of Port Kembla, obtained a net ...

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  35. COMEDIAN FINED FOR STAGE JOKES

    "Tex" McLeod, a comedian, was fined £5 in Liverpool for' using improper language on the stage. The magistrate held that jokes concerning ...

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  36. STEAMER DISABLED AT SEA

    The tug St. Olaves left Sydney to-night for Bannister Point, on the South Coast, where the coastal steamer, Belbowrie, was at anchor ...

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  37. 45 TINS OF OPIUM

    This afternoon three Chinese coming ashore from the Eastern steamer, Changte at the Jetty Wharf, arrested the attention of Customs officers, with ...

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  38. MALARIA IN CEYLON

    Visitors to Colombo and the Hill stations have nothing to fear from malaria or any other epidemic, according to a cable message sent to ...

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