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  2. Advertising

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  3. WEATHER FORECAST.--

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  5. Admiral Blames The Renown For Collision

    Outspoken criticism of the handling of H.M.S. Renown was offered by Rear-Admiral S. R. Bailey when he was court-martialled today as the outcome of the collision between the Renown and his flagship, H.M.S. Hood. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 605 words
  6. COOLER TONIGHT--BUT MORE HOT DAYS SOON

    [?] slight cool breeze is expected over the coastal districts of Victoria to-night. There were again ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. STOP PRESS

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  8. PARTING OE TURF CHAMPIONS

    Frank Dempsey, one of Victoria's leading jockeys, thought he would be riding Hall Mark in the chestnut's weight-for-age ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 273 words
  9. CONSTABLE TELLS OF PISTOL SHOT

    A graphic story of how he was shot when he sought to question two young men in Leura Grove, Auburn, was told by Constable James Simpson in the crowded Hawthorn Court today. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 421 words
  10. TRAGEDY IN CITY LIFT-WELL

    Wedged head downward between a moving lift and the walls of the lift well near the ground floor of Chelford House, ...

    Article : 249 words
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  12. Death Of Brave Boy Scout

    HOBART, Wednesday.--Displaying great fortitude and heroism, Bruce Wilson Kendall, 11, of Giblin Street, Newtown, after having been an inmate of the ...

    Article : 197 words
  13. Ferry On Rocks With 200 People Aboard

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.--With 200 passengers aboard, the ferry Kirawa, which left Mosman Bay on the 7.26 a.m. business trip today, ran on the rocks near ...

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  14. GOVERNOR'S CONDITION IMPROVING

    The Governor (Lord Huntingfield), who is suffering from a slight recurrence of an old digestive complaint, and who has been ordered by his doctors to ...

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  15. DR. ANGUS'S HEALTH IMPROVES

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.--Dr. Samuel Angus, the Presbyterian theologian, who became seriously ill after his recent return from the East, has had trained ...

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  16. British Receipts Less; Expenditure Greater

    LATEST Treasury returns show that ordinary revenue for the financial year up to February 23 amounted to £620,169,263, as compared with ...

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  17. World Tour Planned For Australian Senior Golfers

    A five-months tour of the most famous golf links of Great Britain and Europe is planned by a party of senior Australian golfers, aged 50 or more. The ...

    Article : 230 words
  18. Learn-To-Swim Papils Warned Against Canvassers

    Unauthorised persons, who stater that they represent The Herald, have been canvassing the suburbs with a story that 5 must be paid for a frame when ...

    Article : 80 words
  19. CAPITAL TEMPERATURES

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