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  4. WOMAN CYCLIST'S TAR BATH

    GEELONG, Friday.--The notice, "Road closed for Repairs," stood out prominently before a woman cyclist in Yarra street. Geelong, yesterday. ...

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  5. WIRELESS "PIRATES"

    Wireless pirates were proceeded against for the first time in Victoria, before Mr Mac namara. P.M., at the Brighton ...

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  6. MR J.W.H.T. DOUGLAS

    We have received the following for publication:-- To the Editor of "The Herald." Sir.--Mr .J. W. H. T. Douglas ...

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  7. PERKINS TO BE FLOGGED

    Francis Perkins, who was convicted of the manslaughter of Frederick Charles Almeida, a young bank teller, at the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  8. TOMORROW'S BIG CARNIVAL

    Fun, Frolic and Festivity will be the Order of the Day at the great . St. Kilda Carnival (originated by "The Herald") ...

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  9. WORLD'S BEST CRICKET XI.

    Discussing the question as to whether Australia can really field a better eleven than Gilligan's men a correspondent ...

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  10. AS SUPPLIES REDUCED TODAY

    Melbourne's gas supply is being reduced today owing the strike of the men handling coal and coke at the West Melbourne works of the Metropolitan Gas Company. The Works supply more than one--third of the gas used ...

    Article : 393 words
  11. STOP, PRESS

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  12. MUSICAL SURGERY

    GEELONG. Friday. --"Music [?]ath charms" for James. M'Arthur. 19, of Gherang who was admitted to Geelong ...

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  13. HIS LAST LOAD

    BENDIGO, Friday.--Mr Bert Wilson, 35, farmer, of Mitiumo, and prominent footballer, was killed while carting his last load of wheat for the ...

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  14. 3LO's WAVE LENGTH

    The Broadcasting Company of Australia (3LO, Braybrook) is making application to the Postmaster--General's Department for a reduction of ...

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  15. "CONFINED" STRIKE

    The decision of the [?] Employes [?] to for the West Melbourne was Works ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 199 words
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  17. LABOR AND ROYALTY

    LONDON. Feb. 20. -- The Glasgow Correspondent of "The Westminster Gazette" reports a violent scene at the Glasgow Town Council during the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 114 words
  18. BACK TO GREECE

    Ono hundred Greeks who have been unable to obtain work in Australia are returning to Europe by the French steamer Cephee, which leaves ...

    Article : 157 words
  19. INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC

    LONDON, Feb. 20.--The influenza epidemic shows no sign of abating. "The Times" medical correspondent states that there were 95 deaths from ...

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  20. THE FALLING FRANC

    LONDON Feb 20-- In a leading article, headed "The Falling Franc," "The Times" agrees that the French financial position is not necessarily ...

    Article : 157 words
  21. FIFTH TEST

    The increase in the bookings of [?] berths on the Sydney express thought officially to be due to [?] of many Victorians to ...

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  22. SECRET CABLE

    LONDON, February 19. -- The Commonwealth Government has communicated with the British Government regarding the French ...

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  23. ENGLAND v. N.S.W.

    was originally intended that the [?] match between England and South Wales should begin at Friday today. That would have ...

    Article : 133 words
  24. MIGRATE OR ENLIST?

    LONDON, Feb. 20.--"Emigration to the Dominions has again proved a counter--attraction to enistment in the army." states the annual report of ...

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  25. BRITAIN'S AIR FORCE

    The Air Estimates show that in 1925--26 Britain proposes to spend. £15.809,000 on her air force. See page 9. ...

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  26. MOSUL TO KERANG

    A wireless message from Mosul, in Mesopotamia, sent by Captain G. O'Brien, D.S.C., of the Royal Air Force, to his father, Mr Myles ...

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  27. CHARABANC SMASH

    The case in which Lily Lavina Legge, married, of Railway street, West Melbourne, claimed £249 damages ages from the Pioneer--Tourist Coaches ...

    Article : 98 words
  28. SEA MYSTERY

    SYDNEY, Friday.--Who was the woman with the foreign accent who on Sunday night enquired at Mere wether. near. Newcastle, whether a ...

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  29. WHARF PREFERENCE

    SYDNEY, Friday.--The Austral Stevedoring and Lighterage Company was proceeded against in the Central Summons Court today, on ...

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  30. TERRIBLE HEAT

    BRISBANE. Friday.--Sweltering weather still prevails in Queensland. In the west exceedingly high temperatures have been recorded. There ...

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  31. [?]UBBER LOST BY 11 RUNS"

    LONDON Feb 19--"If we win last Test which is more than [?] says "The Sportsman" "We faced with the fact that the ...

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  32. WEATHER FORECAST

    Generally unsettled, with rain chiefly on and south from the high lands. Winds veering westerly and becoming squally and rough along ...

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  33. CANON HUGHES'S ACCIDENT

    Hughes who met with a accident last. night at his [?] dence in Albert street was reported [?] to be improving satisfactory ...

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  35. SOMEBODY'S BOYS

    Several thousand suggestions of names for l[?]nch's "Somebody's Boys" have been received .(see page 13). It will take some days to ...

    Article : 39 words
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