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  3. WEATHER FORECAST:

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  5. Big Fall In Birth Rate

    In confirmation of Sir Stanley Argyle's statement regarding the declining birth rate in Australia, official figures reveal that last year the birth rate for the ...

    Article : 152 words
  6. Heat Wave Expected In Melbourne

    A heat wave is forecast. Today's maximum temperature--94.9 degrees at 2.45 p.m. (95 at Gaunt's)--was the highest recorded this summer. The previous highest was 90.3 degrees on ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. OLD HOME TO GO

    Built more than 70 years ago by the late Sir Simon Fraser's father, and held in the family until last November, "Norla," 16 ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 384 words
  8. CORONER ON MINE CAVITIES

    BENDIGO, Monday. -- Criticism was levelled at the Mines Department by the Deputy Coroner (Mr. J. H. Jenkin, J.P.) at the inquest today into the deaths ...

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  9. NEW £200,000 THEATRE

    Sir Benjamin Fulier, chairman of directors of Fuller Theatres Ltd., said today that he was seriously considering erecting on the Bijou Theatre site ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  10. STOP PRESS

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  11. MAN SLAPS GIRL IN SLACKS

    Sydney, Monday.--Wtien a girl wearing slacks tickled him playfully under the chin, a man who was [?] a newspaper on a platform ...

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  12. CROONERS NOT WANTED

    THE British Broadcasting Corporation has declared war on the crooner, says the Sunday Dispatch. It has written to every orchestra ...

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  14. WHEAT SILO BURSTS

    PERTH, Monday.--With a roar like a bursting dam the bulk handling silo at Badjaling, eight miles from Quairading, burst on Saturday. ...

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  15. PERTH WOOL SALES

    PERTH, Monday.--The first wool sale of the second half of the season opened today with an offering of 25,000 bales. The sale was marked by excited ...

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  16. "Mystery Animal" Was Only the Mailman

    TRARALGON, Monday. -- Strange footprints, thought to be those of the Gunyah mystery animal, were noticed on the Tarra Valley Road in the ...

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  17. ARRESTS AT BORONIA

    Following the arrest during the week-end of three men at e house at Boronia, Thomas Vincent Toogood, John Powell and Roy Gove, ...

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  18. FEATURES IN THE HERALD TODAY

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  19. DISMANTLING COOK'S COTTAGE

    Even the lvy on the walls will accompany Captain Cook's cottage to Melbourne. Workmen are seen dismantling the cottage at Great Ay[?]on, near Middlesborough (Eng.)--a three-months job. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  20. CONSTABLE ARRESTS WILD BLACKS

    How Constable W. Langdon, of the Northern Territory Mounted Police, returned to Darwin yesterday with eight [?] believe[?] to have been ...

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