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  4. NANKING FAVOURS PEACE

    The Shanghai correspondent of "The Times" states that China's military organisation, though improved, cannot match Japan's. Thus the Nanking Government favours peace until military effectiveness is increased, ...

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  5. 2,700 Miners on Strike

    There are 2,700 miners at eight mines in northern and southern fields on strike to-day, while on the western field miners have decided upon a restriction of output. ...

    Article : 291 words
  6. FOOTBALLER SAYS FAREWELL

    Ross McKinnon, with his mother and father, on board the Awatea before he left with the Australian Rugby League team (the Kangaroos) on their tour. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. FIVE KILLED

    Arild Wideroee, the well-known airman, Chris Braathen, who accompanied Rear-Admiral Byrd ...

    Article : 53 words
  8. Stop Press

    V. PAR[?] 14.2, First Division.--Manama[?] 1, Coraline 2, Conasau 3.5 to 4. Scratche [?] Blinky Bill, Blue Devon, Spasm, Majorca, Sally [?] ...

    Article : 95 words
  9. BELA KUN ARRESTED

    The Moscow correspondent of the "Daily Telegraph" states that Bela Kun, the former Communist Dictator of Hungary, who recently has been employed in the Soviet secret service, is among the latest arrested ...

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  10. WEEK-END RAINS WERE LIGHT

    The week-end rains were not very beneficial, and were mostly light, falling during storms on Sunday. They were confined to the Eastern ...

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  11. Commonwealth Bank Board Member

    MR. M. B. DUFFY, a member of the Commonwealth Bank of Australia, who arrived in Brisbane to attend a meeting of the Board. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  12. "TELEGRAPH" WHIP

    Jockey W. Briscoe, who headed the list of winning jockeys in Queensland for the season just concluded, establishing a new record, ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  13. Judge Warns Litigants That Divorce Costs Will Certainly Exceed £1,000

    Warning the plaintiff and the co-defendant in a divorce action in the Supreme Court to-day that whatever the issue of the trial one or other of them would be ruined financially, the Acting Chief Justice (Mr. ...

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  14. No Queensland Developments

    With regard to the New South Wales mine dispute, Mr. A. E. Phillips (secretary of the Queensland Colliery Employees' Union) said to-day that there ...

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  15. MUSIC EXAMINER TO VISIT HERE IN PRIVATE CAPACITY

    Sir Richard R. Terry is examining candidates in the Trinity College of Music examinations in Western Australia, South Australia, and New South ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  16. FIFTH DEATH

    The fifth death from infantile paralysis was reported to-day by the Health Commission. The victim was a girl aged two years and ten months, ...

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  17. COMMONWEALTH BANK GOVERNOR

    SIR ERNEST RIDDLE, Governor of the Commonwealth Bank of Australia, who has arrived in Brisbane on the Duntroon to attend a meeting of ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  18. Cane Farmer Remanded on Murder Charge

    Giovanni Costa, cane farmer, appeared in the police court at Ayr this morning before Mr. T. Mee. J.P., charged with the wilful murder of ...

    Article : 93 words
  19. DREAMED HE WON FIRST PRIZE

    Dreaming that he had won first prize in the Golden Casket, Mr. G. E. Cole, of Casino, Immediately sent for four tickets, one of which netted. ...

    Article : 116 words
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    SEAMAN FATALLY INJURED.--Mackay, August 2: George Martin (69), a seaman employed on the lighter Terka, was fatally injured when he fell from ...

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  21. CLYDESDALES ARRIVE FROM TASMANIA

    These Clydesdales reached Brisbane on the Duntroon from Tasmania. One of them will be exhibited at the Royal National Show. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  22. MAN CHARGED WITH HARMING A WOMAN

    "The injured woman is still in hospital, and the doctor stales that, although her injuries are not dangerous, they are serious," said ...

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  23. Western Australia has Record Dry Month

    Considering Western Australia as a whole, July was the driest month the Weather Bureau has ever recorded. The lack of rain has materially altered the ...

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