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  2. MALLEE BOYS LEAVE FOR MOUNTAINS

    The Malice schoolboy cyclists, who arrived in Melbourne last night, left mi a trip to [?] today. They are shown setting out from Elizabeth Street. led by Ossle Nicholson, holder of the world's distance record for one year's cycling. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  3. APPOINTMENT OF ROARDS

    One of the first tasks for the State Cabinet this year will be the selection of members for appointment to the Transport Board, the ...

    Article : 435 words
  4. RECORD IN STORMS

    SYDNEY. Tuesday.--Kyogle had its eaviest rain storm within living mem[?]last night following a cyclonic [?] which tore up trees by the ...

    Article : 447 words
  5. SWINDLE IN FRANCE

    EVERYONE is speculating as to tire identity of the influential politician whose intervention allegedly delayed the arrest of Alexandre Sacha Stavisky long ...

    Article : 203 words
  6. BAN ON N.Z. FRUIT

    CANBERRA, Tuesday.--As part of the move for a closer trade relationship between Australia and Now Zealand, an important conference between the ...

    Article : 326 words
  7. Centenary Exhibition Organiser

    Beginning the New Year on a big job.--Mr H. H. Trinnick, manager and organiser of the Centenary All-Australian Exhibition, which will open in ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  8. NEW MANAGER FOR SHELL CO.

    Mr Vernon Smith, new general manager for Australia of the Shell Co., who is not yet 40, and the youngest to hold the position, has a young man's ...

    Article : 277 words
  9. WON WOODCHOP AND TENNIS

    The performance of J. S. Hodgens in winning the singles and doubles tennis events at Myrtleford yesterday and also the standing block woodchopping ...

    Article : 197 words
  10. DAGGER MURDER

    Stanley Eric Hobday, aged 21, was found guilty of murder, and sentenced to death at Staffordshire Assizes, Stafford (writes the London Daily Express). ...

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  11. YOUTHFUL LADY MACBETH

    WHILE Miss Gertrude Lawrence was entertaining playgoers with her rich comedy performance in "Nymph Errant" at the Adelphi Theatre the other nieht ...

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  12. SCHOOLS FOR MOTORISTS?

    Recently I made a brief reference in the London Daily Mail to an ambitious scheme for organising a comprehensive chain of training centres for motorists ...

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  13. AGE-OLD CLOCKS

    If Thomas Tompion, the Father of English Clockmakers, were able to rise from his tomb in Westminster Abbey and peep this week into a room of the ...

    Article : 297 words
  14. ASPIRATING TO FAME

    Peel House, Regency Street, Westminster, stands secret and aloof. It is there that Lord Trenchard, is teaching his constables to arrest with ...

    Article : 356 words
  15. NINE MILES FOR A PENNY

    "Go Anywhere" tickets known as "Nezkarte" or "net tickets" have just been introduced on the German State Railways, writes The Daily Mail. ...

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  16. The Schoolmaster's Smile

    Today's snapshot at Anzac House of Mr E. M. Bankin, the schoolmaster who is in charge of the party of Malice hoy cyclists who arc now in Melbourne. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  17. FLOOD DANGERS FOUGHT

    London, too, has her flood worries On a terrible night nearly six years ago the Thames overflowed its banks in Westminster, and 14 people were ...

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  18. THREE YEARS FOR WOMAN BLACKMAILER

    Doreen Semple, aged 40 a servant, was sentenced at the Old Bailey to three years' penal servitude for uttering letters demanding money with menaces ...

    Article : 145 words
  19. Finding Work for German Youths

    Idle workshops and factories in Berlin are to be opened again this winter as practical training centres for unemployed youths, who can thus learn a trade ...

    Article : 101 words
  20. Airmen Eaten By Cannibals

    News has just reached Dakar, in French West Africa, that two military airmen. Sergt.-Major Gate and his wireless operator. Constant Bree. have been ...

    Article : 127 words
  21. DRAMATIC REUNION! IN THEATRE

    Two famous dancers who together had formed one of the most popular theatre turns of recent years, and whose stage partnership was broken by a ...

    Article : 379 words
  22. News In Today's CLASSIFIED ADS.

    A large Federal gas cabinet oven is being offered for sale. A modem home to rent is being sought in East St Kilda or district. ...

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  23. MUSSOLINI IN COURT CASE

    Signor Mussolini, Premier of Italy and holder of six other Ministerial portfolios, intervened in a court case recently as the champion of a minor State official ...

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  24. DARWIN'S "MUD HUT" BURNT DOWN

    The Government Building in Doctor's Rod, Darwin, known as the "Mud Hut," was destroyed by fire on Sunday night. The name was derived from the fact that it was built of mud from the harbor, coaled with cement. Erected in 1885, It was one of the oldest buildings in the Northern Territory capital. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 97 words
  25. NEVER TO DRIVE AGAIN

    A sentence of four months' imprisonment and disqualification for life from holding a licence were the penalties imposed on a motorist the other day at ...

    Article : 131 words
  26. HOLIDAYS OVER FOR MANY

    With pleasant memories. of happy, outdoor holidays many people returned to work today. They went back suntanned and very ...

    Article : 189 words
  27. GOOD CHILDREN OF TODAY

    "The great decrease in juvenile delinquency has coincided with the period of elementary education. I claim that this magnificent social achievement is ...

    Article : 152 words
  28. S.O.S. FOR DROWNING WOMAN

    An S.O.S. blown on a tramway inspector's whistle resulted in the rescue of a woman from the Thames recently by two members of the crew of H.M.S. ...

    Article : 151 words
  29. Strong Man Floors Three Constables

    Stafford McAllen one of men who were bred in England, says he is a strong man, and at least three constables, agree with him (writes the London Daily ...

    Article : 116 words
  30. Speed Records For Britain

    Five now world's records for the international Class were established by G, E. T. Eyston's Magic Midget, driven by A. Denly, at Montlhery recently, writes ...

    Article : 93 words
  31. Farmer Shoots At Dangerous Tree

    WELLINGTON (NZ). Tuesday.--A young farmer in the Gisborne district, whose house was menaced by a tall in a gale averted the danger by ...

    Article : 72 words
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