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  6. Bush Fires Light Hopes Of Aviators' Safety

    MYSTERIOUS SMOKE fires seen at Thurban's Bluff are to be investigated by black trackers despatched from Wyndham. A telegram from Broome states that a radio message from the Southern Cross was picked up at the time it landed. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. WON'T BECOME POLITICIAN

    "I HAVE no intention whatever of entering Parliament," said Archbishop Duhig last evening. "The work of the Church in which I ...

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  8. MILLIONS VISIONED

    "It has been said Mount Isa may eclipse Broken Hill field, which up to 1926 had produced the huge sum of ...

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  9. LOVE v. RULES

    LOVED AT FIRST SIGHT by Russell McMahon Smith, Jeferson College, undergraduate, Marjorie Jacqmain, U.S.A. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  10. THREE THOUSAND LOST HOMES IN FLOODS

    Three thousand people are homeless in Launceston suburbs, and hundreds more being rescued by night from dire peril in ...

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  11. FALSE TEETH FITTED TO IDENTIFY CORPSE

    SYDNEY, Saturday.—As a set of false teeth exactly fitted the jaw and portions of the clothes ...

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  12. OUTLAWING KISSING

    GIRLS may declare black all edicts of Dr. Coffey, Queensland Health Commissioner. The [?] has informed "Truth" he favors ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  14. WHEN WILL PICNIC START?

    SYDNEY, Saturday.—When Captain Holden, in the Canberra, landed at Broken Hill Aerodrome he asked for maps and information regarding, ...

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  15. PREMIER'S ROMA SPEECH CANCELLED.

    ROMA, Saturday.—The Premier, the Hon. W. McCormack, was to have spoken here to-night, but the arrangement had to be cancelled because of ...

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  16. FRUSTRATED ROBBERY

    MELBOURNE, Saturday.—One of the most daringly-planned robberies of recent time—an alleged plot to blow open the ...

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  17. INDUSTRIES ASUNDER

    SYDNEY, Saturday.—By concentrating their attack on the employees who are strongest in their opposition to the timber ...

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  18. MONEY IN PHOTOS.

    EVERY camera owner has a chance to make money by sending to "Truth" prints of unusual photos—particularly pictures ...

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  19. CHARGES APATHY

    A STRONG protest against the Federal authorities' failure to assist in the search for the missing Southern Cross crow was wired ...

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  20. OLD MAN FELL INTO FIRE

    A very old man was slowly burned to death at Albury yesterday and a very old woman had a fearsome experience at ...

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  21. DROWNED IN A POST HOLE

    Three year old toddler, Margaret Angela Lawrence, fell into a water hole outside her parents' home at Grassdale, ...

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  22. RAILWAY GANGER DROWNED CLEARING BRIDGE

    TOWNSVILLE, Saturday.—One of the oldest, best-known, and most popular men employed on the northern railways division ...

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  23. LOOKING FOR A FIGHT

    HUGHENDEN, Saturday.—Known locally as "The Fighting Parson," the Rev. E. Gribble, rector of St. Thomas', lived up ...

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  24. LATENT SPEED READY TO SURGE

    STARTING UP THE MOTORS of speed boats which a few seconds later were tearing across the stream as if in a fury. This still novel sport for Brisbane attracted big crowds of bankside spectators yesterday afternoon. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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