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  2. CUT DOLLAR TO 50 CENTS

    Leading financial experts are confident that the President (Mr. F. D. Roosevelt) will devote a considerable portion of his coming message to ...

    Article : 615 words
  3. "PEACE SYSTEM MUST BE MADE TO WORK"

    The president of the Disarmament Conference (Mr. A. Henderson), in an article in the "Nineteenth Century," discusses the possibility of a world ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 1,021 words
  4. TEN MORE DEATHS

    The toll of deaths during the holidays was increased by 10 yesterday, eight being the result of motoring accidents, while two were ...

    Article : 46 words
  5. BRITISH PLAN CONDEMNED

    The first shot in what is certain to develop into an India-wide campaign against the White Paper was fired at the annual conference of the Liberal ...

    Article : 381 words
  6. SEAS BREAK WINDOWS

    Several lower deck windows on the bay steamer Koopa were shattered by heavy seas, which, with a south-easterly gale, prevented the vessel ...

    Article : 302 words
  7. MT. ISA AT WORK

    This morning the town presented a somewhat busy appearance, and something like normal times returned as many men paraded the streets to ...

    Article : 390 words
  8. NORTH COAST FLOODS

    The rain has caused subsidences in the raliway cuttings between Yandina and Nambour, but they are not threatening the railway line, However, ...

    Article : 1,020 words
  9. FOUR PERSONS KILLED

    Three motor accidents yesterday caused the death of two men and two women. Frank Elder (about 42 years), North Fremantle, lost his life at North ...

    Article : 108 words
  10. MAN CRUSHED TO DEATH

    As the result of cranking his lorry while the engine was in gear, Cecil Maloney (31), of Rocheford Street, Erskineville, met his death. He had ...

    Article : 91 words
  11. DREAMS DISTURBED

    "I was tossed out of my bunk—that is how I made contact with the cyclone," remarked a passenger on the steamer Orungal, which arrived at ...

    Article : 112 words
  12. TRUCK PLUNGES OVER BANK

    Two men were killed outright and another slightly injured when a motor truck laden with potatoes left the main coast road at a dangerous corner near ...

    Article : 188 words
  13. BRITAIN'S DAVIS CUP PROSPECTS

    Writing in the "Daily Mail," S. N. Doust, the well-known critic, admits that the defeats of the British tennis team in Australia are ...

    Article : 243 words
  14. SIGNALS FAILED BEFORE

    M. Charpentier, fireman of the Strasbourg express, which was concerned in the Lagny disaster, told the newspaper "Le Matin" that the block ...

    Article : 260 words
  15. STALL WASHED TO SEA

    At the full tide at Yeppoon this morning the breakers washed away a heavy beach stall belonging to the proprietors of the Beach Cafe. A ...

    Article : 154 words
  16. HERR HITLER'S AIM

    The Times Berlin correspondent says that Herr Hitler's deputy, Herr Hess, broadcast a messige to "all Germans abroad," urging them once ...

    Article : 90 words
  17. CAMPERS REPAIR DAMAGE

    The campers at Burleigh Heads were busy this morning taking stock of the damage done by last night's gale. All were astir early, and the occupants of ...

    Article : 211 words
  18. INJURIES PROVE FATAL

    Miss Vera Thompson (22 years), of California Street, Nailsworth, who received head injuries when a motor truck carrying a party of carol singers, ...

    Article : 100 words
  19. SEEK DIFFERENT GOALS

    In a leading article The Times says that Mr. Roosevelt's plan to purchase domestic silver indicates t[?]at he is still seeking a monetary device to assist a ...

    Article : 247 words
  20. TRADE WITH SCOTLAND

    Our Warwick correspondent yesterday reported Mr. D. M'Intyre (chief of the Border Town Society at Goondiwindi) as having said that "a few ...

    Article : 226 words
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    THE COLLAPSE.—A tent at Burleigh Heads collapsing during the gale which was blowing early yesterday morning. Actually the occupants had begun to dismantle it, but the wind took charge, and completed the job. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 33 words
  22. British Railways Behind

    Stressing the fact that only three minor casualties out of the huge total in the French train disaster at Lagny occurred in the Paris to Strasbourg ...

    Article : 267 words
  23. CAR SWERVES OVER EMBANKMENT

    A serious accident occurred about 3 o'clock this afternoon when Mr. C. S. Pankhurst (about 64 years of age), his son (28), of Burrandowan, and two ...

    Article : 176 words
  24. A 16,000 MILES FLIGHT

    The Secretary for Air (Lord Londonderry), who is spending the Parliamentary recess in a 16,000 miles aerial tour of units of ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 244 words
  25. Registrations

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 303 words
  26. Boy Badly Burned

    William Turner (7), of Forest Lodge, suffered terrible burns when playing near a fire yesterday. The boy had donned an old sack, and went too close ...

    Article : 61 words
  27. FENCES WASHED AWAY

    Unsettled weather continues all over the south-west, and there were some heavy storms last night between Adavale and Langlo. Near Strath's tank ...

    Article : 83 words
  28. WOMAN PREACHER TO BECOME NURSE

    One of the few young women in Queensland who are capable of fulfilling a preaching appointment is Miss Ivy Horton, who is leaving Dalby to ...

    Article : 149 words
  29. BOY DRIFTS WITH BEACH BALL

    Kevin Frederick Golding, of Prospect, floated out to sea on a beach ball 100 yards from the shore at Camp Reserve, Victor Harbour, to-day. Then ...

    Article : 112 words
  30. Two Drowned in Creek

    Herbert William Yeend (32). of Norwood, and his son, Keith William (2[?]) were drowned in Ral Ral Creek, near Chaffey, this afternoon. Yeend, with ...

    Article : 57 words
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