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  2. ITALIANS BEGIN BIG ADVANCE ON ADDIS ABABA

    A MESSAGE from Addis Ababa states that as a prelude to what the Italians believe is the last phase of the Abyssinian campaign an aeroplane encircled the city, daringly stunting, and almost ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  3. STATUARY AS KING'S

    THE King George V Memorial Committee decided last night that the Queensland memorial should take the form of statuary ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  4. NEW GUIDE FOR 'PLANES

    The first Australian wireless beacon for aircraft, established by Amalgamated Wireless at North Brighton, near Mascot, was opened ...

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  5. SHIPS CALL FOR AID

    ACCORDING to intercepted wireless reports the British freighter, St. Quentin, is in distress in mid-Atlantic, about 620 ...

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  6. TO CANBERRA ON CAMELS?

    "The gaols of the Northern Territory would not be sufficient to hold us if we caught the spirit of the great pioneers at Eureka," said Mr. Harold ...

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  7. PERILOUS TRIP ACROSS GULF OF SIAM

    Dr. C. Fenton (the "flying doctor") arrived at Singapore to-day after his first solo flight across the Gulf of Slam. ...

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  8. HOURS INQUIRY ABANDONED

    The policy of the Federal Government on the shorter working week question was outlined to-day by , the Prime Minister (Mr. ...

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  9. THOUSANDS VISIT STRANDED SHIP

    Thousands journeyed all day on Sunday to see the sailing ship Herzogin Cecille, which is aground, between Bolt Head and the Tall, South ...

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  10. DEFEATED MAYOR LOOKS FOR WORK

    The Mayor (Alderman T. J. Lee), who was defeated at the recent municipal election, and whose term of office will, consequently ...

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  11. DIGGERS AT SEA

    Claimed by its members to be me only body of its kind afloat in the world, a sub-branch of the Returned Sailors and Soldiers' Imperial League ...

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  12. SPENT DAY IN MOUNTAINS AFTER ACCIDENT

    Although he knew that he might be suffering from a fractured skull or concussion, as a result of a motor accident at Tamborine late on Saturday ...

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  13. DIAMOND RINGS STOLEN

    In broad daylight, and in ono of the busiest parts of the city, thieves, using a brick, smashed the window of Dunkling's jewellery shop in Central Hay ...

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  14. GIRL RESCUED FROM FIRE

    With her pyjamas almost burnt off Lexie Saunders (15) was rescued from a burning bedroom at Albro station, 90 miles from Clermont. ...

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  15. CAPTAIN WIENHOLT'S "LOVELY" TIME

    "I had a lovely time and thoroughly enjoyed myself," declared Captain Arnold Wienholt on his arrival in Addis Ababa to-day. ...

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  16. COST OF SANCTIONS TO AUSTRALIA

    Dr. Vita Vinci, Italian Consul-General in Australia, who paid courtesy calls on Ministers while on a visit to Canberra, afterwards expressed the ...

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  17. JEWISH BOXER FEARED NAZIS

    Because he feared his Jewish faith might involve him in trouble in Germany, Harry Cohen, a boxer, withdrew from the Australian Olympic games ...

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  18. "WILL PROVOKE A TRADE WAR"

    The Kobe Chamber of Commerce has passed a resolution declaring that Australia's anti-Japanese trade policy will be most harmful to the cordial ...

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  19. TRUCK AND MONEY STOLEN FROM GARAGE

    Early this morning Mr. J. Hehir's garage was entered and an office safe containing £135 in cash, cheques amounting to £72, and ledgers and ...

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  20. £650 DAMAGES IN DIVORCE SUIT

    After a hearing lasting four days the jury in the Austin divorce case found that the respondent, Minnie Austin, had committed misconduct ...

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  21. PRESIDENCY OF SPAIN

    Spain voted yesterday for the election of 472 electors who will co-operate as a kind of electoral college with the Cortes for the election of the new ...

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  22. SMUGGLER DISGUISED AS TANKER

    Federal agents to-day raided an oil tanker immediately after it docked at Elizabeth (New Jersey), and instead of the vessel's tanks carrying petroleum ...

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  23. SAVED THREE VICTIMS OF DEATH ADDERS

    While working on Phillps's farm, on the Endeavour River, yesterday, John Gill (22) was bitten on the big toe by a death adder. ...

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  24. FILM BASED ON AIR RACE INCIDENT

    A French film, "Anne Marie," starring Mile. Annabella, the most popular French screen actress, has been produced with the assistance of the ...

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  25. FIREWORKS EXPLODE IN SHOP

    While several boys were leaving the Guildford public school ground they saw a large assortment of fireworks displayed in the window of a small ...

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  26. THEATRES OPEN ON ANZAC DAY

    It is unlikely that the State will launch prosecutions against the proprietors of theatres which opened on Anzac Day. ...

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  27. PRICE OF GOLD

    The price of gold to-day was £7/0/10½ an ounce fine. The dollar was quoted at 4.933 to the pound sterling, and the franc 74 13-16. Previous ...

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    Challenging attitudes and gestures of wool buyers at the Brisbane sales yesterday, in attracting the attention of the auctioneer. (See story next page.) ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  29. McARTHUR ARRIVES AT WELLINGTON

    Within almost a few minutes of the Monowai's arrival from Sydney, J. W. S. McArthur, who was extradited from New South Wales, appeared in the ...

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  30. Air Survey a Big Help to City Zoning Plan

    THE Brisbane zoning plan will benefit materially when the photographs of the aerial survey are delivered in about six weeks' time. ...

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  31. NO BORROWING IN LONDON

    The city editor of "The Times" states that the news from Melbourne that Australia is unlikely to resume borrowing in London for a considerable ...

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  32. MELROSE INVITED TO EASTERN STATES

    C. J. Melrose, who arrived from London on Saturday, has been Invited to extend his goodwill Centenary flight to the Eastern States. He will lunch ...

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  33. £8000 DAMAGE IN MELBOURNE FIRE

    Damage estimated at over £8000 was caused by a fire, which occurred in the top story of a building owned by Miller and Co., machinery merchants ...

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  34. KING FUAD DYING

    King Fuad has lapsed into a state of coma, and his condition is now regarded as hopeless. Members of the Royal Family have been summoned to ...

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  35. SEWERAGE FOR WHOLE CITY IS COUNCIL'S AIM

    Addressing the Tarragindi No. 1 branch of the A.L.P., the Lord Mayor said the objective of the present City Council was to sewer the whole of ...

    Article : 37 words
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