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  4. CITY FORECAST:

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  5. MAN STABBED AMID UNHEEDING THOUSANDS

    IN the presence of thousands who saw nothing of the attack, a man was stabbed on the "hill" at Sydney Cricket Ground during the luncheon interval yesterday. ...

    Article : 355 words
  6. Famous Pilots Enter Air Race

    MELBOURNE, Monday.--According to cable advices, 12 famous pilots are almost certain to enter for the Centenary ...

    Article : 212 words
  7. A RIVAL FOR THE FLOWER

    TWO PRECIOUS FLOWERS of rival radiance, photographed yesterday in the Botanic Gardens. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  8. BUND AND SCALDED, HE SAVED TRAIN

    KILLED by the bursting of a steam-pipe on his locomotive, an engine-driver on a train rushing towards Watford, ...

    Article : 152 words
  9. CREPE TURBAN

    PARISIAN designers favor this small blue crepe turban to accompany a frock of tan light wool. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  10. 14 Footballers Are "Outed"

    FOURTEEN footballers were disqualified last night during the N.S.W. Rugby League's pleasure. ...

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  11. U.S.A. Just One Big Birthday Party

    PRESIDENT Roosevelt's 52nd birthday to-morrow will be celebrated throughout the nation in a spectacular and typically ...

    Article : 295 words
  12. QUART OF WATER IN YOUR ROOM

    It's not the water, it's the way you take it--internally or externally. To illustrate yesterday's oppressiveness, Mr. Mares pointed out last ...

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  13. TO-DAY IN

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  14. ANOTHER FLIGHT TO ENGLAND

    Proposing to take from four to five months for the Journey, Derek Rawnsley, 22, an Englishman, will leave Mascot on Thursday morning ...

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  16. OBSERVING

    A CLOSE watch was kept on the batteries by observers yesterday near Liverpool when men of the 18th Field Brigade held firing ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  17. Warns Girls Not To Wed "Flat-heads"

    DON'T marry a man because he looks nice, girls are warned by Doctor Ida Spelleman. Choose one with a ...

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  18. COUNTRY BAKERS' WAGES CUT

    Country bakers are to have their wages reduced by approximately 9 a week in terms of a new bakers' (country) award announced ...

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  19. STEPPED BACK TO INJURY

    Crossing the road at Spit Hill, yesterday, George Thornton (59), who lives on a house-boat at the Spit, stepped backwards to allow a vehicle ...

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  20. BOY'S TERRIBLE DEATH

    TOOWOOMBA, Monday.--Warwick Tuckerman, 10, suffered, a terrible death to-day when he was crushed between a train and the platform at ...

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  21. STRONG MARKET FOR WOOL

    MELBOURNE, Monday.--Before a large attendance of buyers and growers began the last half of the 1933-34 wool selling season in Melbourne ...

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  22. The Telegraph LATE NEWS

    Early yesterday the Australian University footballers were returning to Kobe from a dance when their motor-bus collided ...

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  23. ASKED TO YIELD UP A £100,000 RELIC!

    ALTHOUGH the British Museum Trust paid the Soviet Government £100,000 a month ago for the Codex Sinaiticus, ...

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  24. GOT AHEAD OF THEMSELVES

    In two hours and 45 minutes yesterday city aldermen, at their first committee meeting of the year, rushed through an agenda of 132 ...

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  25. CENTENARY "INVITES"

    MELBOURNE, Monday. -- State Premiers and Lord Mayors of State capitals are to be invited to the centenary celebrations. ...

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