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  3. WEATHER FORECAST:

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 5 words
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  5. CHURCH AND VICARAGE BURNT AT THORNBURY

    About £7000 damage was caused by a fire which destroyed Holy Trinity Church of England, Thornbury, the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. STOP PRESS

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  7. NEW BISHOP

    The Pope has appointed the Very Rev. Romauld Hayes, Director of St. Columban's Mission Society, Essendon, as Bishop of ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 254 words
  8. HOT WINDS FAN FIRES

    Fanned by hot winds, bushfires are burning in various parts of the State. The most serious are near Lorne, ...

    Article : 631 words
  9. SPEND WISELY

    Enthusiastic support of the national appeal by the Prime Minister (Mr Lyons) to all Australians to do their utmost to relieve ...

    Article : 293 words
  10. PROSPERITY CHAIN

    "A small additional expenditure by alt who can afford it would enormously profit the whole commercial fabric; every security would be ...

    Article : 189 words
  11. U.S. COLD TO PHAR LAP

    Phar Lap, the Australian racehorse, landed here today. It was the coldest day San Francisco has ever known, a heavy snowfall ...

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  12. "SMITHY" LEAVES SINGAPORE

    SINGAPORE. January 16.--Air-Commodore Kingsford Smith, who is taking British mails to Australia in the air liner Southern Star, left here early ...

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  13. Search For New Guinea Airman

    Captain Godfrey Levington Bond, the New Guinea airmail, formerly engaged in flying gold dust from the New Guinea goldfields to the coast ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 63 words
  14. TIMBER FOR LONDON

    More than 60,000 lineal feet of tongued and grooved Victorian hardwood will leave for London in the Aberdeen and Commonwealth liner Hobson's Bay on ...

    Article : 118 words
  15. TODAY'S TEMPERATURES

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  17. COOL CHANGE ON THE WAY

    A cool southerly change is promised by the Weather Bureau this evening. The official forecast, issued at noon, ...

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  18. 1½d. CITY TRAM FARES

    Tram tickets, in blocks of eight for 1, will be available for use in the city on Sunday week, January 24. They can be purchased from conductors on that ...

    Article : 130 words
  19. 13 OZS. TO TON

    From three tons of stone, Mr A. D. Bock, of Eskdale, and his two sons, Leg and Jack, have crushed about 40 oz. of gold. The sands have assayed ...

    Article : 251 words
  20. TODAY'S MARKETS

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  21. BORN IN BOURKE STREET

    MRS ANNIE RICE, of Arlington Street, preston, who died on Wednesday, was born In Bourke Street in 1844. For many years she lived in North Fitzroy. ...

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  22. Fatal Motor Collision in Danger Section

    The scene of last night's fatal motor collision in Hawthorn Road, Coalfield. The top picture shows where the collision occurred. The. tram is travelling north toward GIenbuntly Road. The rider, of the motor cycle' Archibald Thomas McPhce, was travelling south and collided at 'he spot shown, in the photograph. The' bottom picture shows the tram at the terminus on,the single track which runs for one-third of n mile on the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  23. CHEAP RAIL FARES

    Further reductions in the rail fares from the more distant country stations, for the series of excursions to Melbourne between January 25 and January 30 are ...

    Article : 159 words
  24. MOTHER AND SON HURT

    WARRNAMBOOL, Saturday.--As the result of a collision between a motor car and motorcar and sidecar. Francis Quigley, of. Lava, Street, ...

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  25. NO BREAD ON TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY

    Housewives will have to buy enough bread on Monday to last until Thursday--Tuesday and Wednesday being baiters' holidays. ...

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