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  5. CAR PLUNGES INTO BAY: MAN'S BODY FOUND

    Mystery surrounds the finding, early today, of a car, with a 3 drowned man at the wheel, in 15 feet of water at the end of ...

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  6. RAIN COMING

    The Weather Office expects the dry spell to end tomorrow afternoon. The change is coming from South Australia, where thunderstorms are developing ...

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  7. RACEHORSE IN SPLINTS

    Denis Boy, the Caulfield Cup winner, arriving with his leg in splints at veterinary stables at Randwick (N.S.W.). The racehorse ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  8. FUNDS FOR STATES

    The Commonwealth Bank Board is still considering the requests of the Loan Council for additional funds to finance the ...

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  9. JAPANESE WARSHIPS SHELL SHANGHAI AGAIN TODAY

    Latest news from Shanghai states that the Japanese naval bombardment of the Chinese positions is being continued today. The Woosung forts were reduced by the fire of ...

    Article : 437 words
  10. Toll of N.S.W. Tornado

    Shattered homes at Narromine, N.S.W., after a tornado--which did damage to the extent of £40,000--had swept the township. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  12. JAPAN'S PROBLEM AT SHANGHAI

    INTERVIEWED at the Japanese Consulate in the International Settlement, where the officials are working feverishly by candlelight, behind ...

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  13. BATTLE NEAR HARBIN

    The Harbin (Manchuria) correspondent of the Daily Mail states that a battle was fought between Japanese and Chinese ...

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  14. SUNKEN SUBMARINE FOUND

    The Admiralty announced tonight that the lost British submarine M2 had been located five miles from Portland Bill. ...

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  15. AUSTRALIAN NAVAL COMMAND

    Rear-Admiral R. C. Dalglish has been appointed to rear-admiral in command of the Royal Australian Navy. ...

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  16. 25 YEARS ON BENCH

    SYDNEY, Thursday. -- The Chief Justice (Sir Philip Street), completed this week a quarter of a century, as a Supreme Court judge. He was ...

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  18. TOORAK HOME SOLD

    "Clendon Lodge" a two-storey, nine-roomed modern residence at the corner of Orrong and Clendon Roads, Toorak, has been purchased by Lady McBeath, ...

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  19. THREE DIE OF TYPHOID

    Faced with financial disaster, and knowing that he had an incurable disease, Dr. Frederick Low, 64, gathered his wife, ...

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  20. AUCTIONEERS' ANNOUNCEMENTS

    H. A. Piper Pty. Ltd.. 304 Boy Street. North Brighton.--Villa. Brighton. Feb. 6. E. M. Purdy and Co., 20 Queen Street.-- Radio batteries, 18 Queen Street. Feb. 5. ...

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  21. TODAY'S TEMPERATURES

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  22. RECOVERED CAR IN MORDIALLOC MYSTERY

    The car which was driven over the end of the Mordialloc pier last night, being hauled front the sea this afternoon. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  23. WAY TO NATIONAL RECONSTRUCTION

    Tomorrow The Herald will publish a National Reconstruction Supplement containing articles written by experts and giving a comprehensive survey of the ...

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