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  2. IN DEATH-RIDDEN PLANE THROUGH FOG

    SYDNEY, Friday.—Passengers in the plane, Wattle Bird, missed death by inches a dozen times yesterday before the machine crashed and burst into flames near Coolamon. And when it did crash, they were so near to being bumed ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  3. HOTEL WORKERS' CONDITIONS

    Chief Judge Dethridge protested the Arbitration Court today against a description of the conditions of city hotel employes given ...

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  4. TRIAL WITHOUT WITNESSES

    An action was tried before the Acting Chief Justice (Sir Leo Cussen) today without witnesses. This was done by the parties ...

    Article : 525 words
  5. "DIDN'T KNOW IT WAS LOADED"

    ADELAIDE, Friday:-The Police Court was cleared today when Sidney Adrian Cadman, a young man of Balfour Street. Prospect, was charged with having ...

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  6. MYSTERY WOMAN

    BENDIGO, Friday.—A mystery woman was referred to at an inquest opened today into the death of James John Egan, 57, contractor, whose headless ...

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  7. GOVERNMENT FINANCE

    A statement issued by the State Treasury today shows that, the deficit for the 11 months of the financial year is £3,672,758. It is ...

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  8. LAST MINUTE NEWS

    The joint executives of the Victorian Railways Union and the Locomotive Engindrivers' Association decided this afternoon to summon a mass meeting of ...

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  9. BRIGHT FEDERAL OUTLOOK

    CANBERRA, Friday.—Commonwealth Budget figures for the 11 months of the current financial year ended May 31, reveal an ...

    Article : 509 words
  10. SHEFFIELD SHIELD WICKETS

    ADELAIDE, Friday.—The South Australian Cricket Association is opposed to the suggestion by the Victorian Association that umpires, and not captains. ...

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  11. GREAT ACTRESS ARRIVES

    Dame Sybil Thorndike, who arrived in Melbourne today on the Adelaide express, is whole-heartedly in love with Australia. The cheerfulness, the friend- ...

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  12. Fire For Firemen!

    The fireman of the Adelaide express warming his hands at the engine fire after the arrival of the train at Spencer Street today. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  13. PLEA TO MURDERER

    ADELAIDE, Friday.—"Please tell the truth about my husband before you die, not only to relieve my mind, but to life the cloud that must otherwise hang over ...

    Article : 125 words
  14. ACCEPTANCES

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  15. FAMILY TRAGEDY

    SYDNEY, Friday. — Hearing a child's cry of "Ginger and Daddy are dead," a dressmaker rushed into a house in Maitland Road, Mayfield, Newcastle ...

    Article : 145 words
  16. DOCTORS DIFFER

    Charged at St. Kilda Court today with having been drunk while driving a car in Carlisle Street. St. Kilda, on Anzac Day, Francis George Strang. of ...

    Article : 153 words
  17. COURSING CLASSIC

    GEELONG, Friday. — Eight stakes were decided at the Victoria Coursing Club's Sires' Produce Stakes meeting today. Hares ran splendidly in ideal ...

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  18. ANTIQUES DISPLAY

    Dame Sybil Thorndike this afternoon visited the antique exhibition in the city offices of The Herald and Weekly Times Ltd. (formerly Rocke's) and ...

    Article : 102 words
  19. M. C. C. GROUND SOFT

    Unless there is a surprising improvement in the condition of parts of the field, the M. C. C. Ground will not be properly fit tomorrow for the interstate ...

    Article : 274 words
  20. JOCKEY LOSES APPEAL

    The appeal of the jockey, Harold Badger. against a suspension of two months imposed on him at Mentone races on May 25, was dismissed this afternoon ...

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  21. Acquitted of Shoplifting

    Jean Hudson, of Pilgrim Street. Footscray, widow, was acquitted to shoplifting in the General Sessions this afternoon. ...

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  22. Olympic Team at Suva

    SUVA.—The Australian Olympic team reached Suva today School children who were given a holiday in the morning watched the team training. All ...

    Article : 45 words
  23. LATE STOCKS AND SHARES

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 559 words
  24. CHEAP FISH AT AUCTION

    In four suburban centres large quantities of fresh five were sold by auction. This electric flashlight was taken at the Moonce Ponds market. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  25. A. E. R. GILLIGAN IN COURT

    ARTHUR EDWARD ROBERT GILLIGAN. aged 37, plended guilty at the London Sessions to a charge of having been under the influence of drugs while ...

    Article : 171 words
  26. LENNIE AT HOME

    LEONGATHA, Friday. — About 800 people attended a civic welcome today to Lennie Gwyther on the completion of his 1500 mile strip on horseback to ...

    Article : 129 words
  27. CANDIDATE DIES

    BRISBANE, Friday. — Herbert Charles Moore, Labor candidate for Hamilton at the State elections tomorrow, collapsed in his car and died at Waterworks ...

    Article : 169 words
  28. MOTOR RALLY PLAN

    Definite plans are being drawn up in Melbourne to hold an Australian Motor Rally to end in Melbourne during Cup Week this year. ...

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  29. LORD MAYOR AT HUNT

    The Lord Mayor (Cr. Gengoult Smith) had his first run with the Findon Harriers today. He was accompanied by the down Clerk (Mr W. McCall), who was ...

    Article : 141 words
  30. PEDESTRIAN'S DEATH

    A nolle prosequi has been entered by the Crown in the case in which Alured Russell Kelly. 20. of New Street, Brighton. clerk, was committed for trial on ...

    Article : 102 words
  31. WEIR ON BATAVIA-MUNTOK STACE

    BATAVIA, June 10.—James Weir, the Sydney pilot, who is flying from, Australia to England, left Batayia for Mun- tok (Sumatra) at 7.30 a. m. today. ...

    Article : 34 words
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