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  2. BREAD WAR IN BRISBANE

    Bakers who are charging the orthodox association price of 5½d—4½d plus the sales tax—are at loggerheads with those who are paying the tax ...

    Article : 439 words
  3. BOARD LIKELY TO ACCEPT M.C.C.'s SNUB

    The Chairman of the Board of Control (Mr. R. A. Oxlade) declined to make any comment on the new development. ...

    Article : 621 words
  4. CHINESE HERO OF FLOOD

    The hero of the flood to-day was Wing Hey, a Chinese market gardener, who flung himself at a broken levee, and for an hour stopped the gap with ...

    Article : 331 words
  5. QUIST WON BY SHEER GRIT

    Crawford was thoroughly exhausted, and stood under the cold shower for 10 minutes to recuperate. Then he had to have the services of a masseur ...

    Article : 514 words
  6. GERMAN ARMS DEMAND

    "Though the British Government still is making efforts to get France and Germany together," writes the political correspondent of the "Daily ...

    Article : 1,139 words
  7. MEAT IMPORTS RESTRICTION

    It is considered inevitable that the protectionists will prevail, and that they will insist on a drastic curtailment of Dominion meat imports at ...

    Article : 570 words
  8. THE CABLES

    The cable from the M.C.C. on October 8 read, inter alia:—"Your team can certainly take the field with the knowledge and with the full ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 282 words
  9. TO CHECK DISEASE INTRODUCTION

    Details of the Federal Government's plans for checking the introduction of disease into Australia by air mail aeroplanes were disclosed to-day by the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 184 words
  10. QUEENSLAND VIEWS

    "We have received an official copy of the M.C.C. committee's reply," said Mr. J. S. Hutcheon, president of the Q.C.A. executive, and a member of ...

    Article : 151 words
  11. VICTORIAN OPINION IS DIVIDED

    Opinion in cricketing circles here to-day seemed to be fairly equally dirtied on the subject of whether the tom should be proceeded with. ...

    Article : 717 words
  12. WHAT RISE IS JUSTIFIED?

    A statement by the secretary of the Victorian Master Bakers' Council (Mr. E. J. Tinkler) that inquiries made had satisfied the Federal Cabinet that ...

    Article : 121 words
  13. BRIDGE TOWERS

    Four towers rivalling the Town Hall tower probably will be features of Brisbane s new bridge. Whether the cantilever or ...

    Article : 99 words
  14. ADDRESS TO THE KING

    Replying to a deputation from the Dominion Leasrue to-day the Premier (Mr. Collier) said it would be desirable for Parliament to meet in March ...

    Article : 77 words
  15. Tour Will Not Be Cancelled

    Although the South Australian members of the Board of Control (Messrs. B. V. Scrymgour, H. W. Hodgetts, and R. P. Middleton) would ...

    Article : 272 words
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    RUSH OF CHRISTMAS MAIL.—The Christmas rush already has begun at the General Post Office, and sorters and officials are working at top pressure to deal with the thousands of letters and parcels which pour steadily through the posting boxes. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 39 words
  17. LYNCHING NARROWLY AVERTED

    Another lynching was narrowly averted to-day in Kansas, when Jack Wisdom (26 years); a cowboy desparado, confessed to his participation in ...

    Article : 136 words
  18. GENERAL O'DUFFY IN HIDING

    General O'Duffy, the Blue Shirt leader, secretly consulted his supporters in Dublin, and then ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 158 words
  19. WHAT THEY SAY IN ENGLAND

    The "Daily Sketch" says the reply means that if the Board of control insists on a statement that bodyline bowling is to be barred, then ...

    Article : 623 words
  20. TO VISIT JAPAN

    It was definitely stated to-night that the Attorney-General (Mr. J. G. Latham) would visit Japan to ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 146 words
  21. HUMBLE BEGINNINGS

    A coincidence in the romance of business was disclosed in the speeches at the luncheon to mark the opening of the new Cumberland Hotel to-day. ...

    Article : 91 words
  22. CAUGHT BY GATES

    Mavis Goodin (19) and her sister, Dulcie Goodin (15), of Creek Road, Belmont, were fortunate to escape with slight injuries, when a motor car ...

    Article : 218 words
  23. HUMAN TORCH

    Francis Beauger (aged 63), labourer, had a terrifying experiepce at his home in Palmer Street, city, to-day, when he tripped and fell while ...

    Article : 94 words
  24. PEARLS IN KIDNEY

    Slifl doctor, while operating on a ffcrer from kidney trouble, discovered in tho kidney a number of ...

    Article : 57 words
  25. BRING TELEVISION

    The Director of Postal Services (Mr. H. P. Brown) said to-day that microrays of a wavelength of between five and six metres might revolutionise ...

    Article : 114 words
  26. NEW PALATIAL HOTEL

    Their Majesties the King and Queen on Monday inspected London's latest palatial hotel, the Cumberland, Marble Arch. It contains 1000 bedrooms, each ...

    Article : 59 words
  27. REICHSTAG TO MEET

    The Reichstag is to be opened at 3 p.m. to-morrow. The occasion was preceded by a solemn meeting to-day of Nazi members, all of whom pledged ...

    Article : 65 words
  28. Gold Price Increases

    The price of gold, Including old Jewellery, lodged at the Royal Mint from December 4 to December 8, inclusive, has been fixed at £7/15/7[?] fine ...

    Article : 45 words
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