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  4. GIRL CYCLIST SETS OUT

    JOYCE BARRY, the 19-year-old Sydney girl, selling out from the Post Office this morning in her attempt to break the cycling record ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. STOP PRESS

    BRISBANE WOOL SALES.--A change was noted in the state of the wool market to-day when the ninth series was concluded. Henry purchases by Germany, ...

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  6. Chipperfield or Waite

    The composition of the Australians team for the Lord's Test is unlikely to suffer drastic alteration but it is almost certain that Chipperfield or Waite will replace Ward. O'Reilly and Fleetwood-Smith will be able to provide all ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. Paralysis Ban Lifted

    It was announced to-day by the Director General of Health (Sir Raphael Cilento) that the paralysis ban in Brisbane would be lifted after to-day, the decision to become effective from ...

    Article : 494 words
  8. Planes for N.Z. May Be Built In Australia

    The Commonwealth Aircraft Corporation may shortly be supplying aeroplanes to New Zealand. Arrangements ...

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  9. Good Progress With Pacific Air Service

    "Negotiations regarding the Pacific air service are progressing exceedingly favourably," announced Earl De La ...

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  10. CHOLERA ADDS TO CHINA'S TOLL

    Shanghai has been declared to be cholera infected and the Japanese are imposing a strict quarantine on merchant vessels, to the further disadvantage of foreign trade. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  11. Five-Day Tests Next Series?

    The "Daily Mail" understands that the Board Control already is informally discussing the introduction ...

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  12. TRAMS TRAVELLED 611,560 MILES IN FOUR WEEKS TO JUNE 1

    Brisbane trams carried 6,991,451 passengers and travelled 611,560 miles in the four weeks ended June 1 to return a revenue of £62,925, Compared with the ...

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  13. MAN AND WIFE EXECUTED IN GERMANY FOR SPYING

    Georg Schwitzer and his wife have been executed for high treason. It was alleged that they were employed in spying on behalf of an unnamed foreign ...

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  14. McCall to Die: Guilty of Kidnapping

    The Circuit Court found Franklin McCall guilty of kidnapping the boy James Cash. McCall, in a statement, said: "I just ...

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  15. Cholera Kills 15,000 In India

    Fifteen thousand are known to have died and 30,000 to be ill in the worst cholera epidemic for ten years. ...

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  16. Cooler To-night!

    Colder night conditions are expected for South-eastern Queensland, and they might have the effect of breaking the city's run of over-average night ...

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  17. British Estimate About 4,000 Casualties in Canton Raids

    Questioned in the House of Commons on the effects of air attacks on Canton, the Under Secretary for Foreign Affairs (Mr. R. A. Butler) said ...

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  18. AT INDOOROOPILLY

    Mrs. A. M. Morrow, who played Mrs. W. T. Robertson in the semi-final of the Indooroopilly associated club championship to-day. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  19. Overseas Air Mail Three Days Late

    The Postal Department advises that the overseas sir mails, due in Brisbane on Saturday, June 18, are running behind schedule and are not expected ...

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  20. LEAVING FOR AUSTRALIA.

    London, June 15: Mr. R. W. G. Mackey, Sydney Solicitor, is leaving for Australia by Imperial Airways plane, and will reach Sydney at the middle ...

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