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  4. SHOW OPENS WITH A RECORD CROWD

    SHOW CITY, rising triumphantly from the ashes of dead and gone Shows, is open! Once again the Country moves to the City, and the City moves to the Show. The cattle had the freedom of the City yesterday. Bulls, cows, heifers, and calves stood in ordered rows, ...

    Article : 708 words
  5. They May Be Farmers

    Miss N. Webb and Miss W. Wrigley, two 'Varsity students, led one of the bulls into the parade ring--the first time in the history of the Show that this has occurred. They may be farmers in the future, but that does not mean they intend to marry farmers. (See story below.) ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 60 words
  6. Undefeated Champion

    Mr. N. J. Holmes, who judged the Shorthorn cattle section at the Show yesterday, looks with pride on Coonong Defender, champion Shorthorn bull for the second consecutive year. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 45 words
  7. 'VARSITY GIRLS AT SHOW

    WOMAN pioneered a new field at the Show yesterday, when two University girls led a pair of lusty young bulls ...

    Article : 167 words
  8. MOTHER ON CHARGE OF MURDERING SON

    Bail was not applied for when Marlon Elizabeth Payne, 37, was charged at the City Court today with having murdered her son, ...

    Article : 56 words
  9. Film Now Banned In Melbourne

    THAT the authorities have no intention of allowing "flashes" in current newsreels of the ex-King being shown ...

    Article : 539 words
  10. WILL IN GWYDIR

    THE handsome donation of £20 from the A.F.U.L.E., together with further contributions which came to hand yesterday, brought the ...

    Article : 563 words
  11. MINE SHAFT SKELETON MYSTERY

    CONTINUING their inquiries into the mystery surrounding the finding of a skeleton at a Wedderburn mine, detectives over the week-end ...

    Article : 79 words
  12. SLASHED BY RAZOR IN STREET

    A RAZOR was thrust towards the throat of John William Short, 61, of Alderson St., Redfern, by another man last night, according to a ...

    Article : 179 words
  13. ENTOMBED BY FALL OF COAL

    DONALD ANTHONY, 60, of Speer's Street, Speer's Pt., a miner employed at Stockton Borehole Colliery, was ...

    Article : 176 words
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  15. "STICK" WAS A SNAKE

    Joseph Foley, 16, of Chain Valley, Lake Macquarie, received a rude shock when he trod on what appeared to be a stick while he was ...

    Article : 130 words
  16. POLICE FIRE ON CROWD; SEVEN KILLED

    POLICE fired on a procession of alleged seditionists at San Juan Port Rico. West Indies. Seven were killed and 41. injured. ...

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  17. SHIP ABANDONED ON FIRE.

    The British steamer Marie Moller was abandoned on fire off Holyhead. There was no loss of life. ...

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  18. Pumpkin Wealth

    He[?] is a display of pumpkin and melon wealth, which is included in one of the district exhibits to be judged today at the R.A.S. Show. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  19. STOP PRESS

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  20. TORIES LOSE SEAT

    THE by-election for combined English Universities resulted in the return of Mr. T. Edmund Harvey, independent. The result was a loss ...

    Article : 40 words
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  22. CUT TO PIECES BY TRAIN

    AT 5.30 p.m today, Daniel McArthur, aged about 28, was run over by a train proceeding to Port Kembla, his body being out to pieces. ...

    Article : 71 words
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