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  2. C.P. WOULD SERVE WITH MR. MENZIES

    There was one important understanding at the Country Party conference with Sir Earle Page on Friday. It was this— That if the United Australia Party and the Country Party could be brought together in the formation of a ...

    Article : 901 words
  3. STRANDED ON BEACH FOUR NIGHTS

    DARWIN, Sunday.-"I feel nil right. I'm a little tired, though- but for goodness' sake give me a cigarette." ...

    Article : 425 words
  4. 1000 VISIT CAMP AT CALOUNDRA

    Yesterday was "visitors' day" at the 9/49th Battalion's camp at Caloundra. To entertain 1000 people who inspected the ...

    Article : 397 words
  5. Surf Men For Hawaii

    Thirteen of Queensland's best life-savers gave demonstrations at Burleigh and Tweed Heads yesterday, in the hope of being ...

    Article : 453 words
  6. DAWN ATTEMPT TO FLY

    Moth plane in which a young man who had not flown a plane before, attempted to take off at Archerfield early yesterday morning. Right: R. Logan, a mechanic, who eventually stopped the flight. (Report-Page 1). ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 82 words
  7. Sir Earle Page Tends Injured Woman

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—Sir Earle Page gave medical assistance to a woman who had been thrown from a horse at a lonely spot ...

    Article : 106 words
  8. LABOUR MAJORITY AT MARYBOROUGH

    THE Labour Party regained the majority in the Maryborough City Council at the triennial elections on Saturday. An unusual position arose in the vote for chairman of the Winton Shire Council. The result hangs on the vote of a person whose name was not on the roll. ...

    Article : 1,374 words
  9. AIRMEN DENY VIOLENCE

    MELBOURNE, Sunday.—Al-though' two Sydney newspapers reported that a Press photographer had been assaulted by members of ...

    Article : 547 words
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  11. CLUE IN MURDER SEARCH

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—Detectives investigating the supposed murder of four men in the Narromine district have found a new line of inquiry ...

    Article : 145 words
  12. No Danger Likely in Labour Attack

    CANBERRA, Sunday.—Immediately after the Country Party withdrew from the composite Government, it seemed certain that a Labour no-confidence ...

    Article : 107 words
  13. SAYS DEAD MEN COULD "VOTE"

    HOBART, Sunday.—Giving evidence before the Royal Commission on Local Government yesterday, Clarence Glendening asserted that "persons who had ...

    Article : 128 words
  14. Redcliffe Aldermen Seek Higher Allowances

    REDCLIFFE, Sunday.—Notice of motion seeking an Increase in aldermanic allowances has been lodged with the Redcliffe Town Council. ...

    Article : 58 words
  15. Honours For Flight By Bombers

    LONDON, April 30.—As a result of the record long-distance flight made to Australia recently by the British Vickers Wellesley machines, honours have ...

    Article : 88 words
  16. News In Brief

    PUBLIC WORKS IN N.Z.—New Zealand now has more than 22,000 men on public works, and it is not proposed to reduce the number, says Mr. R. Semple (Minister for Public ...

    Article : 215 words
  17. Theatre Guide

    TIVOLI.-"Man's Heritage": "Swing That Cheer." WINTER GARDEN.-"The Lady Vanishes"; "Command Performance." ...

    Article : 122 words
  18. Says Australian Cricketers Will Have Gland Treatment

    LONDON, April 30.—"I am betraying no secret when I say that all the members of the next Australian cricket team will have gland injections before they arrive in England," writes Dr. Menzies Sharpe, the gland treatment expert, in an article in the Sunday Dispatch. ...

    Article : 187 words
  19. Promoted, Then Killed

    TOOWOOMBA, Sunday.—Edward Congdon, a shunter, died on Saturday from injuries received in the Toowoomba railway yards on Tuesday. ...

    Article : 45 words
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