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  4. FORECAST

    Cloudy-- Some showers-- Cool night. ...

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  5. ROSE BAY AS A BASE FOR FLYING BOATS

    IT was learned authoritatively to-day that the English air-mail flying boat bases will be at Karumba (at the mouth of the Norman River) Townsville, Rockhampton or Gladstone, Brisbane, ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. MORE OFF AT MOREE

    Some residents of Moree have rebelled against the convention which calls for heavy, uncomfortably hot clothes. They have gone into shorts, and banded themselves into the "Dress Reformers' League." ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. FAMOUS ROYAL HOME IS A DELICATE PROBLEM

    A DELICATE situation has arisen in regard to the Sandringham estate, according to the Amsterdam ...

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  8. MURDERED

    Dmitri Navachin, formerly a well known Russian economist, who was found slabbed to death in the Boir de Boulogne, Paris. It is believed that ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. ACADEMY PROTEST

    A STRONG protest has been sent to the Governor-General (Lord Gowrie) against the grant of a Royal ...

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  10. HELP INTERNAL AIR ROUTES

    Concessions worth £50,000 a year to Australia have been obtained from the British Government under the New Empire flying boat air mail ...

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  11. AMATEURS TO SAY AT GOVT. HOUSE

    THE three amateur players with the English cricket team which will visit Canberra to-morrow, are to stay at Government House. The rest will stay at the Hotel Canberra. ...

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  12. CHILVERS TO PLAY AGAINST ENGLAND

    Owing to his wife's indisposition, W. J. O'Reilly will be unable to play [?] New South Wales against England in the match which will commence ...

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  13. NEW 'PLANES FOR PERTH LINK

    New 'planes and an extension of its route to Darwin are envisaged by the Macrobertson Miller Aviation Co., which now controls the service from ...

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  14. DEFENDERS FLING DOWN RIFLES AND FLEE

    GOVERNMENT militiamen fled in panic before the rebel push that resulted in the fall of Malaga. They did not attempt to destroy bridges and roads and as they fell back in confusion they infected the Government leaders ...

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  15. Masculine Beauty On Beaches

    A VERBAL "dumper" from the majority of beaches tumbled to-day on Mr. Spooner's statements about trunks. He said that only a small percentage of young men was ...

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  16. STOP PRESS

    Bradman, not out, 52; Badcock, not out, 25; sundries 3; three for 168. WASHINGTON POST Federal Cabinet appointed Mr. ...

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