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  2. Advertising

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  4. SAND GARDENS.

    The title of Chief Sand Garden Builder of tho South Queensland beaches is not one that is secured lightly. To win the honour it is ...

    Article : 1,370 words
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  7. THE "MAIL' SAND GARDEN CHAMPIONSHIP

    Esme George,' of Toombul, gains the coreted honour. Colin M'Naught, of Redcliffe, the second prize winner. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 21 words
  8. COMMONS DEBATE

    LONDON, Saturday.--In the course of the debate in, the House of Commons, Mr. Thomas de[?] the "scaremongers," and roundly cri[?]ed Mr. ...

    Article : 341 words
  9. HOBNAIL BREED

    LONDON, Saturday.--Referring to the action taken by the Prime Minister (Mr. Baldwin), in verbally informing Mr. Asquith, after the elections, that the ...

    Article : 137 words
  10. ALMOST CERTAIN

    LONDON, Saturday.--In spite of the fact that negotiations have been in progress throughout the day, Mr. Bromley asserts that a strike is certain. The ...

    Article : 186 words
  11. TAXI ON FIRE

    LONDON, Saturday.--A taxi-cab, in which three adults and two children were being taken home from a pantomime in Glas[?] took fire and the brigade was ...

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  12. ON WITH THE JOBS

    LONDON, Saturday.--Sir Joseph Cook, High Commissioner for the Commonwealth, speaking at a dinner arranged by the Bradford Wool Federation, said ...

    Article : 226 words
  13. DEADLY CYCLONE.

    COLOMBO, Saturday.--Members of the shipwrecked crow landed here brought news of an amazing cyclone which swept over the Maldive Islands on Christmas Day. Many houses were destroyed, and numerous trees blown down. Three ...

    Article : 102 words
  14. Family Notices

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  15. JOYS OF MOTORING

    Michael Tarry, Dick Yockney, and "Lizzle." their faithful Ford. and still in the wilds of inland, Australia according to their narrative, ...

    Article : 177 words
  16. CLAN KENNEDY

    LONDON, Saturday.--The "Daily Mail" says the steamer Clan Kennedy, after a long voyage from Papecte (Tahiti. Society Islands). from which a departure ...

    Article : 138 words
  17. POINCARE'S POLICY

    PARIS, Saturday.--The Chamber of Deputies, has expressed its confidence in the foreign policy of M. Poincare by 446 votes to 122. ...

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  18. DRESDEN THEATRE

    LONDON, Saturday -- Disorderly scenes occurred last night in the State theatre at Dresden, on the occasion of the first performance of Ernst Toller in ...

    Article : 194 words
  19. SOVIET RUSSIA

    LONDON, Saturday.--The special correspondent of "The Times" in Paris states that with the possibility on [?] early recognition of Russia by Britain. ...

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  20. JEWEL ROBBERY

    LONDON, Saturday. -- Thieves attacked George Romanoff, a diamond merchant's traveller, while he was carrying jewels valued at £2000 at ...

    Article : 55 words
  21. PHILIPPINES

    MANILA, Saturday.--The latest reports of the activities of the so-called Co[?]um outlaws in Sur[?]gao, and the [?] are exceedingly disquieting. ...

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  22. SINGAPORE BASE

    LONDON, Saturday.--In the House of Commons, Lieutenant-Commander Kenworthy asked whether any work had been begun at Singapore towards the ...

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  23. TO-DAY'S FORECAST.

    Cloudy to showery on and near sub-tropical coast; further thunderstorms on the Peninsula and at scattered places Inland, chiefly ...

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  24. 'GHASTLY METHODS'

    LONDON, Saturday.--Mr. Oliver Baldwin, the Socialist eon of the British Prime Minister, contributes, to the Communist newspaper, "Justice," an article ...

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  25. STORM WARNING

    The following storm-warning was issued at 11 a.m. on Saturday:-- "Centra tropical disturbance pracitcally same position as yesterday; ...

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  26. MR. P. J. CAMPBELL SOUGHT.

    The police in Brisbane ore searching for Mr. P. J. Campbell, who recently. arrived from Murgon On Saturday night the Roma-street police station received a ...

    Article : 65 words
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