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  6. Ferocious Murder Of Elderly Chinese Storekeeper

    ATTACKED UNAWARES in his shop and bashed on the back of the head from behind with an iron vehicle spring leaf, Charlie Hong, elderly Chinese baker and storekeeper, of Barcaldine, was done to death on Friday night with barbaric ...

    Article : 567 words
  7. DRAMATIC RAID

    "NEW LAW! NEW LAW! Our bird, all gone!" EXCITED JAPANESE jumped about the deck of the Eastern steamer St. Albans when she berthed at the Mercantile Wharf yesterday morning because Customs officers made a sensational raid. ...

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  8. FILLED UP WITH ALCOHOL?

    WHETHER the driver of one of these two collided cars was perhaps careless is a matter for police inquiry, but the cars themselves seem abviously intoxicated. They adorn the Police Department yard, Roma-street, malting for investigation into their unsteady gait—and its cause. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. MAYOR AT TALKIES

    "IN welcoming the talkies to Queensland I congratulate the theatre on its enterprise in catering so admirably for public ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  10. TIMBER MEN AND GAOL

    SYDNEY, Saturday.—Both employers and employees are confident the timber strike will end in their respective victories. ...

    Article : 108 words
  11. Is Hughes Watching Lloyd George for Lead?

    CANBERRA. Saturday.—Rumor is rife here that W. M. Hughes is closely watching the British political situation ...

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  12. MYSTERY STILL SHROUDS AIRMAN'S FATE

    Days pass and still Keith Anderson and his mechanic, Bob Hitchcock are lost. It is now debatable whether the men ...

    Article : 223 words
  13. TO BE PRIEST

    A FILIPINO who reached Brisbane by boat yesterday with half a dozen of his fellows. They are to become priests. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  14. ROCKY TRIP

    MRS. BAMFORD—Wife of Lt Commander C. Bamford of H.M.S. Herald, Hong Kong who arrived by the "St, Albans" yesterday after a trip ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  15. STATE PREMIER WEIGHS 16st. RINGSIDE

    Premier McCormack, whose policy speech is now ringing in the ears of electors, is "Big Bill" in the true sense of the word. He ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  16. CUT THROAT IN BATH

    ADELAIDE, Saturday.—Captain Eugene de Hautpick, who has been a striking figure in Adelaide for some time, where ...

    Article : 171 words
  17. DR. NOTT NOT NEW COMMISSIONER

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  18. OPPOSITION WELCOME

    Quite confidence is the keynote of the Labor Government's election campaign which is proceeding with the smoothness of a ...

    Article : 177 words
  19. QANTAS 'PLANE

    "The Atlanta" in search of Lt. Anderson arrived at Brunette Downs yesterday afternoon. Its quest commences from ...

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  20. COULDN'T SLEEP

    PERTH, Saturday.—At Heathcote Mental Hospital to-day patient Lionel Cohen attempted to cut off his arm with an axe. He had made three ...

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  21. YOUTH INJURED IN CYCLE AND CAR CRASH.

    Edward Scurr, a nineteen years old oxy welder. Is in the Mater Hospital in a serious condition. In a crush at 1.30 p.m. yesterday between a motor ...

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  22. TWO MEN SHOT IN AFFRAY

    INGHAM, Saturday.—Two men are in hospital as a result of a shooting affray in which four men were concerned to-day. ...

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  23. TOOK CLOTHES OFF TO DIE

    ADELAIDE, Saturday.—The dead body of Mrs. Long, aged 23, who, being able to speak Gorman only, wandered away from her home some days ...

    Article : 67 words
  24. LAY IN DREADFUL AGONY UNDER TRAMCAR.

    SYDNEY, Saturday.—Through lack of the necessary lifting jacks James Millar, aged 49, of Grosvenor-street, Bond Junction, lay for 20 minutes in ...

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  25. BIRDS CHIRPED—OWNERS HOWLED

    IN THE HANDS of smiling Customs officers, prohibited mannekin birds chirped farewell to the steamer St. Albans yesterday while their owners, members of the crew, loudly bemoaned the seizure in word and gesture. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  26. EXCURSION TO-DAY

    A cheap excursion train for Ferny Grove, Sum ford, Cedar Creek, and Dayboro' leaves Brisbane Central at 20 minutes past nine this morning. It ...

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  27. GOVERNOR OPENS FETE

    Although Oxley is named after the discoverer of the Brisbane River, yesterday was the first occasion the State Governor paid it an official visit. ...

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  28. NO ELECTION ODDS ON EXCHANGE IN QUEENSLAND

    "What are the market odds on the result of the Queensland election?" IS Premier McCormack favorite at 6 ...

    Article : 214 words
  29. To-day

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