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  2. WEATHER FORECAST.--FINE:

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  5. FINANCIAL LEADERS SEE BRIGHTER TIMES AHEAD

    An encouraging note of optimism for the future of Australia was struck simultaneously today by Mr W. S. Robinson, director of the Broken Hill Associated Smelters, who arrived at Fremantle from London in the Orford, and by the retiring ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. TELEPHONE LINE TO PERTH

    All plans have been approved, necessary tenders called, and materials are being gathered, for the work of extending the carrier-wave ...

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  7. MEMBER 30 LIKELY ELECTION DATE

    The Governor having acceded to the Ministry's request for a dissolution of the Slate Parliament, subject to Supply being granted, the ...

    Article : 279 words
  8. 'Change Chairman Retiring

    Mr W. Forster Woods, the retiring Chairman of the Stock Exchange, photographed today on the Stock Exchange rostrum. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. CUP RUSH

    An even bigger than usual rush to Melbourne for the Spring race carnival is indicated by the avalanche of applications for accommodation ...

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  10. STEAMER LOST IN DUST STORM

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.--A dust storm, which covered part of the State yesterday, caused the steamer La Perouse to lose her ...

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  11. LABOR'S CONTROL OF FINANCE

    The Australian High Commissioner (Sir Granville Ryrie) has circulated among the newspapers a long cablegram from Mr. Scullin ...

    Article : 212 words
  12. WORK STOPS ON HARBOR BRIDGE

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.--The dispute between the ironworkers' assistants and the operative painters over the allocation of the painting on all ...

    Article : 129 words
  13. STOP PRESS

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  14. CUP FAVORITE GALLOPS

    As if to convince the public after yesterday's scare that there is nothing wrong with the Cup favorite. Phar Lap, his owner-trainer, H. R. ...

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  15. MOTHER WILL NEVER WALK AGAIN

    ADELAIDE, Tuesday.--Mrs Rose O'Neill, middle-aged widow of Marion, who had both her legs severed when she fell under a train at Keswick last ...

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  16. HOVE-TO ON COAST FOR 14 HOURS

    Seldom has Captain P. R. O. B. Stein, master of the Norddeutscher Lloyd steamer Alrich, seen such heavy seas in a long career as when ...

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  17. FROST HASTENS ALBURY HAY HARVEST

    ALBURY, Tuesday.--While there is no doubt about the extensive damage to orchards and market gardens by the recent frost in Albury ...

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  18. CAPITAL TEMPERATURES

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  20. BEGINNING AND END OF COLLINS STREET TRAM CONVERSION

    Two photographs taken this morning, showing (left) the eastern end of Collins Street, with the tram lines ready for the electric trams; and (right) the last lap at the Spencer Street end, where workmen are tearing up the old cable line. It is expected that the trams will be running in Collins Street by December 5. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  22. In Other Pages

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  23. MR HOLLOWAY FALLS IN STREET

    Mr E. J. Holloway, M.H.R. for Flinders, had a narrow escape from serious injury yesterday. While crossing Elizabeth Street, he fell over ...

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