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  3. TORNADO SWEEPS ON

    Palm Beach, which is the centre of the storm, reported that there are waves 40ft. in height, breaking on the boulevards. Thousands of automobiles ...

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  4. AIR REVIEW

    The French Minister for War (M. Painleve), without announcing his intention, donned an overcoat and an airman's helmet mid entered a ...

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  5. RHINELAND DISCUSSION

    This morning's meeting of the Big Six lasted three hours. The following communique was afterwards issued: "At the conclusion of th ...

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  6. WOOLLEY

    "Woolley must go" has become something more than a slogan, says "Sporting Life." It is the fervent wish of the big majority of cricket lovers ...

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  7. RESPOND TO CALL

    There were only four interstate vessels for which calls were made to-day, and the vacancies filled without trouble. It will be some time, however, before ...

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  8. J. S. GARDEN

    John Smith Garden, secretary of the Trades and Labour Council, was charged at the Central Court to-day, under the Commonwealth Crimes Act with ...

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  9. AT NEWCASTLE AND PORT KEMBLA

    All the Sydney wharves presented a busy scene this morning, A large number of men were picked up at the morning calls; the afternoon pick-up ...

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  10. ENGLISH TEAM

    A meeting of the Australian Board of control for international cricket will be held next Thursday. The match to be played by the English cricketers ...

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  11. TERRIFIC TOLL

    Re-established communications reveal additional fatalities as a result of the tornado. The destruction at Ponco was terrific. Food, clothing and medical ...

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  12. BRISBANE CALL FAILS

    The call for 1.240 men to work various, vessels in the harbour failed, although over 1.600 men attended at the picking up. ...

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  13. REFUSAL IN WEST

    Waterside workers again refused to answer the call, and shipping is still held up in this port. ...

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  14. MILITANTS REFUSE

    Men were engaged to work a number of vessels, but some of the militant section still refuse to answer the call. There are not sufficient men to load ...

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  15. ALL NIGHT FIRE

    Fire destroyed the whole quarter of Bourges, lasting all night. The damage is estimated at a quarter of a million. The historic ...

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  16. PARLIAMENT

    Parliament will resume sitting at 11 a.m. to-day, and on each day this week will sit from 11 a.m. to ll p.m. until its programme has been completed. ...

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  17. INQUIRIES PROCEEDING

    The A.R.C. stewards to-day held an inquiry into the mystery surrounding the disappearance of the pony, Malster Jolly. ...

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  18. TRAWLERS' PROJECT

    Two trawlers left Fleetwood, for Sydney, with 28 young fishermen aboard. They intend to seek their fortunes in Australia. The whole town turned out ...

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  19. DEBT PROBLEM

    At to-day's meeting of the Big Six, Lord Cushendun laid stress on the British viewpoint that in accordance with the famous Balfour Note, Britain ...

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  20. HERTZOG'S WARNING

    General Hertzog, the South African Premier, speaking at Hoopstead, gave utterance to a remarkably frank condemnation of propaganda being spread ...

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  21. COAL INQUIRY

    Evidence in the Sydney Coal Inquiry closed to-day, and counsel's address will begin on October 2. ...

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  22. SOLD BY FORMER OWNER.

    Mr. H. G. Frauenfelder owned Supremacy when he ran for the last time on unregistered courses in Victoria, but he sold the horse, by private ...

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  23. MURDER CHARGE

    At the Paddington Police [?] rey Chapman, 33, carpenter, [?] ged with having murdered [?] cock. ...

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  24. WOOL SALES

    The wool sales were scheduled to begin this week, but owing to the disorganised state of the shipping, it was decided to hold the sale over until next ...

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  25. NAPOLEON IV.

    A diplomatic sequel is expected to the production of Maurice Rostand's new play, Napnleon IV., in which it is suggested Unit Napoleon Ill's, son, who ...

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  26. OVERLOADED

    For having allowed the steamer Nauru Chief to be overloaded so as to submerge the plimsoll line on a journey from Ocean Island to Newenstle, ...

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  27. DISQUALIFIED

    The stewards issued the follwoing report late this afternoon: "We find that Malster Jolly is identical with the brown mare, Supremacy, and have ...

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  28. UNION'S REQUEST

    The Secretary of the Waterside Workers' Federation, Mr. Morris, to-day sent a letter to the shipowners, asking for a conference. ...

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  29. DRUG TRADER

    When Lilian Sproule, 50, domestic duties, was charged at the Central Police Court with having been in possession of a quantity of cocaine, the ...

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  30. WOLUMLA MURDER

    The police expect shortly to make an arrest in connection with the death of John Mulholland, who was shot dead outside his home at Wolumla on Friday ...

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  31. MR. PARKER MOLONEY

    Mr. J. Parker Moloney, member for Hume In the House of Representatives, was taken ill in Canberra yesterday, and was admitted to the Canberra ...

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  32. BOXER'S MANAGER

    The body of Walk Miller, Billy Grime's manager, was found at Walkmill, the manager's training camp. There were bullets in his heart and head. The ...

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  33. SIR JOSEPH WARD

    The United Party which is contesting all New Zealand seats, has selected Sir Joseph Ward as leader. ...

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  34. WARM DAY IN SYDNEY

    To-day was the hottest day Sydney has experienced since last March. The maximum to-day was 88.6 degrees. The average for the month so far is 70.8, ...

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