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  4. Injured Boy Rescued After Fall From Cliff

    Jack Stephen Trembath, 14, of Newcastle, who fell 30 feet to the water's edge while climbing down a cliff at Rose Bay ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    PROBATE.—Joseph Suffolk, dairy farmer, of Pomona, realty £2,998, personalty £98. Mina Dolman, wife of Edgar Dolman, Merthyr Road, New ...

    Article : 191 words
  6. Beauty Parades Banned on Beaches From Noosa To Coolangatta

    By a substantial majority a conference of representatives of local authorities that control the seasides extending from Coolangatta to Noosa to-day decided here to-day to ban beauty parades on their beaches. "That beauty parades ...

    Article : 469 words
  7. Blocks on Which Southport House Stood Carried Away

    The greatest amount of erosion of any night this week was caused by last night's high tide on the Main Beach between the southern end of the boulevarde and Narrow Neck, Southport. Many hundreds of tons of sand were brought ...

    Article : 307 words
  8. Badcock and Walker As Opening Bats

    Lacking regular openers, the Australians to-day found two excellent substitutes in Badcock and Walker who gave a very entertaining first wicket partnership, scoring over 70 in the first hour. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 545 words
  9. Complainant's Evidence Of Purchase of Land at Nudgee and Rocklea

    Continuing his evidence in the Police Court to-day in the case in which Francis Arthur Miller, 56, investor, is charged ...

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  10. Hammond Will Captain England in South Africa

    Although it was thought that W. R. Hammond would not be available For the South African tour in ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  11. Anti-Aircraft Defences

    Brisbane is not mentioned among the cities for which, it has been officially announced, anti-aircraft defences are at ...

    Article : 162 words
  12. Brisbane Hibernians To Discuss On Monday Night Church Scheme Of National Insurance

    As in the other States, Roman Catholics in Queensland who come within the scope of the national insurance scheme will be requested by the church to join one "approved society," the name of which will probably be the Catholic ...

    Article : 295 words
  13. Breeze Arises Over Runciman Mission

    Press attacks on the proposed Czech nationality statute are adding fresh tension to the previously ...

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  14. In the Cables

    A MOVE BY BRITAIN to establish a friendship pact with Japan is reported. THE SPANISH LOYALISTS ...

    Article : 62 words
  15. N.S.W. Railways, Fearing Rivalry Of Air Firms, Seeks Own Service

    The Railway Department is anxious to obtain authority to embark on the business of aerial transportation for it fears that the development of privately owned services within the State will create a formidable rival for ...

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    To the absence of wind and cloud is attributed the low city night temperature of 44.5 degrees. This reading, 4.2 degrees below normal, was the lowest for a month, and the second lowest for the winter. ...

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  17. Marathon Ball Puncher, Reported Missing, Later Located in City

    Rueben ("Kid") Ruenalf, the marathon ball-puncher, who recently in Brisbane established a new world endurance record of 97 hours, gave his ...

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