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  3. NEW SOUTH WALES BOY FATALLY SHOT

    Edward Burke (12) was fatally sho[?] under peculiar circumstances. He was standing behind a tree while a man named Sharpe was loading a rifle, when ...

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  4. TRANS-ATLANTIC VENTURE

    The following special message was written by Captain F. T. Courtney, British airman, on board the steamer Minnewaska, in the Atlantic, and ...

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  5. AERIAL DOINGS TRANS-ATLANTIC FLIGHT

    The Polish aviators, Idikowski and Kubala. who were rescued 60 miles off the Spanish coast after their 'plane had crashed during a trans-Atlantic flight, ...

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  6. SOUTH AUSTRALIA TRAIN WRECKING ATTEMPT ON BROKEN HILL LINE

    What is thought to be an attempt to wreck a train occurred last night when a freight train from Port Piric to Broken Hill came upon a sleeper ...

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  7. FEDERAL ELECTIONS NO DEFINITE DATE YET

    It is understood that a definite statement as to the date of the Federal elections is not to be made until after the Ministerial parties meet on August ...

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  8. INDUSTRIAL COAL MINERS' WAGES

    It was stated in Newcastle on Saturday that should the wages of the winers, be reduced as the result of a reduction in the price of coal, all the ...

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  9. SPORTING CRICKET

    The "Weekly Dispatch" (London) says that the impression is spreading in cricket circles that the appointment of A. P. F. Chapman (Kent) to the ...

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  10. ALLEGED STOLEN GOODS

    When the steamer Chillagoe arrived in Sydney at 4 a.m. yesterday detectives boarded the vessel and recovered goods alleged to be the proceeds of a ...

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  11. MAN DIES FROM INJURIES CAUSED BY MOTOR CAR

    A motor car knocked over Mr. W. Buxton, of Parkside, who was cycling through the parklands on the Mount Barker-road. A little further on the ...

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  12. MR. LAMBERT'S POSITION

    Mr. W. H. Lambert, M.H.R., has been adjudged by the execvtive of the A.L.P. to have placed himself outside the Labor movement. ...

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  13. PERTH TO SYDNEY

    Captain Wilson and Mr. Frank Buchan arrived at the Mascot aerodrome from Parkes this morning. From Blayney the airmen flew by ...

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  14. RED VICTORY EXPECTED AT MUNICIPAL ELECTION

    The pre-selection ballot in connection with the forthcoming Glebe Municipal Council shows that according to progress reports the Reds, who ran a full ...

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  15. APPEAL OF UNION OFFICERS FAILS IN HIGH COURT

    The High Court in Melbourne yesterday dismissed the appeals by two Queensland Waterside Union officers against their convictions under the ...

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  16. BELLEVUE HILL TRAGEDY

    Argument as to whether the Court of Criminal Appeal exceeded its powers in increasing the sentence imposed upon Alexander Whittaker, the ...

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  17. THE NAVAL COLLEGE

    It was stated on Saturday that the cost of turning out one midshipman from the Naval College at Jervis Bay was £4750 (says a Sydney message in ...

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  18. DEATH AT NURIOOTPA

    G. B. Heppner (27) was found dead in Liglits Pass-road, near Nuriootpa. He was taken to a doctor who found that death was due to concussion of ...

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  19. FLIGHT ROUND AUSTRALIA

    Air-Marshal Sir John Salmond, who at the invitation of the Federal Government is examining the Australian Air Force, will leave Point Cook on ...

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  20. WOMAN'S STORY OF ATTACK BY MAN IN MOTOR CAR

    Following inquiries the police have decided not to take any action in connection with the story of a married woman who said that she jumped from ...

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  21. WEST AUSTRALIA KILLED BY MOTOR CAR

    When a motor truck driver, Robert Crane, swerved to avoid two people at Geraldton, he knocked. down Marion Buchanan, (42), wife of a farmer at ...

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  22. MOTOR CAR OVERTURNS

    Rouse Taylor (24), of East St. Kilda, was killed, and M'Dougal Hutchinson (26), of Yan Yean, seriously injured when a car, returning ...

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  23. BOXING

    The veil lias been lifted and the real reason disclosed why Gene Tunney has retired from the ring. Last year when he was training for ...

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  24. GENERAL CABLES

    Four persons died from heat apoplexy yesterday. It was the hottest August 4 New York has experienced since 1888. The temperature was 91 degrees ...

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  25. LATE MR. J. CRAWFORD

    The remains of the late Mr. John Crawford were buried in the Anglican portion of the Cemetery this morning, the funeral leavingt his late ...

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  26. TOM HEENEY'S MARRIAGE

    Tom Heency and his bride received callers in their New York apartment to-day. About their romance they were reticent, but insisted that they ...

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  27. WOOD TRAIN IS DERAILED AND THE DRIVER INJURED

    A message from Bunbury states that a wood train was derailed 70 miles from Perth by a log which had fallen over. The driver, C. Joyner, had ...

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  28. DECOMPOSED BODY FOUND IN CAIRNS DISTRICT

    Carpenters engaged in building a house on the farm ot James Ginn, at Boonjee, in the Cairns district, discovered the decomposed body ...

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  29. MOODY KNOCKS OUT MILLIGAN IN ONE ROUND

    Frank Moody knocked out Tommy Milligan at Glasgow in the first round. Forty thousand people were assembled on the open air greyhound ...

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  30. THE COUNTRY PARTY

    Among Hie resolutions to be discussed at the annual conference of the Country Party is one that the Government should grant an additional ...

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  31. MAN FOUND DEAD

    Propped against the side of a tree the body of Michael Marney (27), a. woodcarter of Ararat, was found yesterday morning. Part of the man's ...

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  32. PERSONAL

    Constable D. M. Cameron, who has been transferrerd to the Sydney metropolitan area, will leave for Sydney tonight to take up his new duties. ...

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  33. CYCLIST INJURED

    When riding his bicycle to work at about 11.45 o'clock last night Thomas Ebenezer Ball came into collision with another cyclist when at the intersection ...

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  34. MYSTERIOUS DISEASE

    Following the outbreak of a mysterious epidemic in the ranks of the Metropolitan Police, which is still unsolved and has resulted in one death, ...

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  35. MONEY IN TOBACCO

    Sir George Wills president of the Imperial Tobacco Company Limited, who died recently, left estate which has been provisionally sworn at ...

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  36. THE OVERLAND PARTY FROM BROKEN HILL

    Telegraphing from Mount Isa Mr. P. D. Riddell, who, with Dr. and Mrs. Macgillivray, is on a tour of the interior of Australia, says that the ...

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  37. DROUGHT CONDITIONS EXIST IN QUEENSLAND

    An aeroplane surrey which has been made in central and south-western Queensland has revealed that portion of the State still suffers from drought. ...

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  38. NEW MUNICIPAL ROLL

    It was reported from the Town Hall to-day that a fair number of people are calling to ascertain whether their names have been included in the new ...

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  39. THEFT FROM MINE

    Frederick Heimbuch (22), a laborer, appeared before Mr. R. C. Atkinson, S.M., in the Police Court to-day charged with having on July 29 stolen ...

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  40. AUSTRALIANS DO WELL ON DIRT TRACKS IN ENGLAND

    Australian dirt-track motor cycle race riders have secured substantial prizes in Britain. V. Huxley has won £1034 in 67 min. racing, and F. Arthur ...

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  41. DEATH OF A JOCKEY

    E. Bourke, the hurdle jockey, who was injured at the Moorefield racecourse yesterday died in hospital last night. ...

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  42. AN INJURED FOOT

    S. Saunders went ever on his ankle when stepping off a staging at the North mine early this morning injuring his foot. He was taken in the ...

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  43. FOOTBALL

    The six boys—Norman Wilson (Junior Technical School), H. Berriman (North), T. Williams (Junior Technical School), H. Mortimer ...

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  44. RAID ON COMMUNISTS IN SUBURB OF PARIS

    The suburb of Ivry, of 40,000 inhabitantsy, where the authorities prohibited a Communist demonstration against militarism, is in a state of ...

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  47. H.M.S. DAUNTLESS STRANDED

    Captain K. Macpherson, of the cruiser Dauntless, was court martialled and dismissed from his ship, and severely reprimanded. The court, found ...

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  48. U.S.A. TRAIN COLLISION

    Nine persons were killed and 12 badly injured when two Illinois central trains were derailed near Mound City (Illinois) on Monday. ...

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  49. FOOTBALL GAME HELD UP OWING TO FREE FIGHT

    A football match between Forbes old boys and Grenfell developed into a free fight. The trouble started when two players got into holts and rolled ...

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  50. THE OPEL ROCKET CAR

    During a test to-day of Herr Opel's rocket car the machine was completely wrecked. It was a secret test, and was being made on a rail track. The ...

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  51. MASTER PILOTS

    A new air grade has been created, to be known as "master pilots." It will be composed of the more experienced pilots, who nevertheless, will ...

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  52. CITY BUS SERVICE

    Applications for licenses to run as buses or motor cars to run as buses along allotted routes will close at 5 o'clock to-day. and a special meeting ...

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  53. AN INJURED ARM

    George Brocklehurst, a miner on the South Blocks, was treated at the outpaticuts' department of the Hospital this morning for injuries to an arm. ...

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