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  4. Rabaul Evacuation

    The evacuation of Rabaul, following the recent volcanic disturbances, has been recommended in a report submitted to the Commonwealth Government by Dr. W. G. Woolnough, Geological Adviser to the ...

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  5. Trains Collide At Central

    Two railway employees were injured, 13 more suffered badly from shock, and heavy damage to railway rolling stock was caused in a spectacular train collision at the ...

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    Jacking operation in progress at the actual point of contact between the travelling engine and the stationary train. The carriage has been lifted from the rails to ease the terrific pressure before the engine was withdrawn. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. Stop Press

    Defendant in the abortion charge in the Police Court were remanded till Thursday, November 11. Bail was extended. ...

    Article : 238 words
  8. Austin Ranked First Tennis Player in England

    Austin, Hare, Tuckey, and Lee, in that order, head the Lawn. Tennis Association's ranking list of English ...

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  9. Government Wins

    With the election of Mr. McBride to the Senate to-day the Government won its first Senate seat in the Federal elections. With Labour teams elected or certain of election in Victoria, Tasmania, New South ...

    Article : 409 words
  10. Shield Game Abandoned

    After waiting until 2 o'clock, when the captains inspected the wicket the small crowd at the Cricket ...

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    The diplomatic correspondent of "The Telegraph" states that General Franco, the Spanish insurgent leader, ...

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  12. Judge Blames Depression for Juvenile Crime

    Only one man of 11 who had come before him in the current sittings of the court had been more than 20 years old. It was an evtraordinary state ...

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  13. Better Wools Unchanged: Average Are Weaker At Sydney

    The wolo sales wer resumed to-day, two brokers offering 12,700 bales. The selection was a representative one drawn from most parts of the State. ...

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  14. Enormous Totals in Week's Rain

    A survey of to-day's reports to the Weather Bureau indicate that there was a decided drop in the rainfalls, which were perhaps the lightest for one day since the beginning of the month. However, enormous ...

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  15. Two Women And Man On Abortion Charge--

    Two women, Edith Eileen Gertrude Quayle, 32, housewife, and Mary Violet Jackson, 50, housewife, and a man, Gordon Havelock Quayle, 30, mechanic, appeared on remand in the Police Court to-day before ...

    Article : 375 words
  16. Parliament May Finish at End of Week

    Parliament may close at the end of this week, it was mentoned at the House to-day and if this is so it will, be one of the shortest session for some ...

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    A general view of the collision at the No. 5 platform at Central Station this morning, when an in-bound train, travelling tender first, crashed into a stationary line of carriages. In the left foreground this picture shows how the corner-roofing of two carriages on the travelling train came into contact on a bend in the rails. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    King George of Greece, who is staying at Buckingham Palace as the guest of the King and Queen, drove to Marlborough House this morning and ...

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