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  4. STOP PRESS

    POT LUCK MAJOR BRUCE Winner's price: 5 to 1 agst. Starters. -- Bonnie Gun. ...

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  5. DONCASTER

    The Doncaster Handicap of £3,000, run over a mile at Sydney this afternoon resulted as follows:-- ...

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  6. IDEAL HOLIDAY

    Promise of ideal week-end weather prompted a further exodus of holiday-makers from the city this morning. Country ...

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  7. 120 WEDDINGS TODAY

    [?]lowers of Confetti were the[?] in Melbourne today, when 120 weddings were celebrated. This is considered a ...

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  8. DAMASCUS RIOTS

    DAMASCUS, April 10. -- At the conclusion of prayers in connection with the Ramadan festival yesterday, a crowd of 6000 ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. WAL[?]RONS FOUND

    The mystery [?] the bomb explosion at the [?] of Miss Dora Schatzberg, T[?] road, East Malvern, early a the morning of ...

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  10. FEDERAL PACT TOTTERING

    The Bruce-Page pact is again in jeopardy. The Central Council of the Victorian Farmers' Union has declared war on all other parties, including the Nationalist Party. In the opinion of many keen followers of politics, this will ...

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  11. HEROIC WINS

    Heroic won the Autumn Stakes at Randwick this afternoon, thus registering his first win for Mr. C. B. Kellow. He started at the ...

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  12. £77= TO DEFEND VERNON

    Mr. Joseph Barnett, solicitor, has accepted the invitation of the Sheriff of the Supreme Court (Mr. J. Miller) to prepare the defence ...

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  13. FINE TOMORROW

    The Commonwealth Meteorologist (Mr. Hunt) promises fine, mild weather tomorrow and a north-west wind. ...

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  14. LOW WAVE LENGTH

    What is understood to be the best attempt to broad[?] on a low wave length during day night will be carried out tomorrow by the General ...

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  15. RELIABILITY RUN CANCELLED

    WARRNAMBOOL, Saturday.--Owing to the motor races at Aspondale and the Melbourne Motordrome, the Victorian Motor Cycle Club cancelled ...

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  16. HOUSES FOR WORKERS

    Original proposals are contained in the report of the Housing Committee which was adopted by the Australian Labor ...

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  17. STABBING AFFRAY

    Axel Johnson, 45, Norwegian laborer, who was admitted to the Melbourne Hospital last night following an alleged stabbing affray at South ...

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  18. PRESELECTION

    Much of the time of the Australian Labor Party's conference today was occupied in heated discussions on the question of ...

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  19. ADELAIDE'S ROWING GIRLS

    The South Australian Ladies' Rowing Four and their boy cox arrived at Spencer Street today to compete with, the Albert Park Ladies' Rowing Club, members of which met them on their arrival. Left to right: The Misses M. Quin, J. Thomas, A. Hill, G. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  20. THE HERALD

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  22. TAX EVASIONS

    A statement of allegations as to land tax evasions, Raid to amount to £2,000,000 was distributed to delegates at the Labor Conference today. ...

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  23. FOWLER'S FLIGHT

    Officially it is believed that Detective Walter Rufus Fowler, for whoso arrest on charges made by Mr. Terence Callaghan, hotolkeeper, ...

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  24. WEATHER FORECAST

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  25. BASEBALL IDOL ILL

    NEW YORK, April 10.--"Babe" Ruth, the idol of millions of baseball fans, is seriously ill. He was stricken while on route to New York from a ...

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  26. POLITICAL CHANGES IN JAPAN

    LONDON, APRIL 10.--General Baron Tanaka, who retired from the army to enter political life, today conveyed to Viscount Takahashi his ...

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