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  2. Advertising

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    Advertising : 22 words
  3. INDUSTRIAL

    Mr. J. G. Latham, the Federal Attorney-General, addressing a meeting of the Melbourne Commercial Travellers' Club said that nearly all the ...

    Article : 83 words
  4. SOUTH AUSTRALIA FIRE DAMAGES SHOP

    Two shops at Colonel Light Garden[?] were damaged by fire early this morning. The contents, including groceries and smallgoods, were damaged to the ...

    Article : 58 words
  5. THE COAL INDUSTRY

    Mr. M. Charlton, M.H.R., referring to the coal industry suggested that a conference between the Prime Minister and at least three State Premiers ...

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  6. NEW ZEALAND RELIGION IN SCHOOLS

    The New Zealand House of Representatives by 31 votes to 29 rejected the Religious Exercises in Schools Bill on the motion for the second reading. ...

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  7. LADY ALDA CASE

    Sir,—I am pleased the Broken, Hill Jockey Club have published the correspondence in connection with the Lady Alda case, and would like you to ...

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  8. STATE POLITICS SOME OF THE PROVISIONS OF NEW ELECTORAL BILL

    It is reported that the State Government in the new Electoral Bili will propose an independent electoral commission and one roll for both Federal ...

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  9. AERIAL DOINGS

    The steamer Samoa rescued the Polish airmen Idikowski and Kubala, who were attempting to fly from Paris to New York in a non-stop flight, after ...

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  10. TROUBLED CHINA

    Efforts to convene the fifth plenary session of the Kuo Min Tang Central Executive Committee failed to secure a quorum, the absent members ...

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  11. DEATH IN BATHROOM

    Edward Clark (20) was found dead in the bathroom at his home at Largs Bay last night. Death was probably due to suffocation from gas, An ...

    Article : 36 words
  12. A FOOTBALL SQUABBLE

    Auckland (N.Z.), August 6. Speaking at a dinner at Auckland to the visiting English Rugby team. Mr. Bull, a New Zealand referee, referred ...

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  13. MR. D. MURRAY, M.L.A., DEAD

    Mr. David Murray, M.L.A. for Hamilton, died at the Marrickville Hospital last night aged 41 years. Death was due to blood pressure. He ...

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  14. LIQUOR REFERENDUM PARADE OF RECHABITES AT SALVATION ARMY HALL

    The members of the Sturt Rechabite Lodge and sister tents paraded in regalia at the Gypsum-street Salvation Army Hall on Sunday evening. Mr. ...

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  15. MAN DISCHARGES A GUN IN AN ADELAIDE STREET

    Shortly, before 11.20 p.m. on Saturday a young mau rushed from a confectionery shop in the west end of Hindley-street, shouting for help. ...

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  16. ALSATIAN DOGS

    The Alsatian Dog Society, as the result of a statement that an Alsatian dog in the Toodyay district recently killed 50 sheep, made inquiries, and ...

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  17. UNREST IN YUGO-SLAVIA

    A Belgrade message says that numerous assailants attacked Vilada Pistovitch, the editor of the newspaper. "Jedinatva" and an active critic ...

    Article : 74 words
  18. SINGAPORE DOCK ARRIVAL AT PORT SAID

    The great Singapore floating dock has arrived at Port Said in two parts. The dock will begin its passage through the Suez Canal at dawn on Saturday. ...

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  19. DIAMONDS AND A CAR RIDE

    A married woman was picked up by a police patrol at Elsternwick early yesterday morning and taken to hospital where she was treated for ...

    Article : 139 words
  20. TRAVELLERS' DINNER

    Speaking at the Commercial Travellers Dinner, Mr. Boyce, the Attorney-General, said that legislation will be introduced by the Government to ...

    Article : 220 words
  21. STRANDING OF DAUNTLESS

    A naval court martial has found Lieutenant-Commander Thomas Ramsay Beatty guilty of negligence in suffering the cruiser Dauntless to be stranded ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  22. EXCITEMENT AT PORT SAID

    There was great excitement here last night when owing to a strong breeze the first section of the Singapore floating dock swung across the ...

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  23. FLOODS IN SIBERIA

    A telegram from Siberia states that the Amur River district is seriously flooded. Forty villages surrounding Blagovestchensk have been washed out, ...

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  24. RAZOR SLASHING

    William Jones (17), who was assaulted in Carlton, was admitted to the Melbourne Hospital yesterday with a deep wound running from the nape ...

    Article : 123 words
  25. POSTAL VOTE CERTIFICATES ARE NOW AVAILABLE

    Mr. C. B. Reilly, returning officer for Sturt; states that application forms for postal vote certificates and the postal, voters' voting papers are now ...

    Article : 249 words
  26. CLARA BUTT'S BIOGRAPHY

    An Australian cable message says that Dame Nellie Melba is offended at the passage in Dame Clara Butt's biography in which Melba allegedly ...

    Article : 163 words
  27. "SCOTTY" M'RAE'S FAILURE TO BREAK CYCLING RECORED

    "Scotty" M'Rae attempted yesterday to break the existing record for a motor cycle run to Menindie of 2½ hours established by G. Scoble. He ...

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  28. 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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  29. FUR FARMING

    The committee which recently inquired into fur farming in New South Wales has reported to Mr. H. V. C. Thorby, the Minister for Agriculture. ...

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  30. VICTORIAN TRANSPORT

    All motor buses running between Melbourne and Geelong have been delicensed by the Government which has instructed the Railway Commissioners ...

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  31. EXCEPTIONAL STURT PEA

    At the plant study class of the Barrier Field Naturalists' Club last Saturday night Mr. A. Morris, the leader of the class, said that he had plucked ...

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  32. FATALITIES AND ACCIDENTS POLICE CONSTABLE INJURED BY MOTOR AT RANDWICK

    Constable P. J. E. Russell was knocked down by a motorist at Randwick on Saturday night and suffered a broken leg and lacerations to the face. ...

    Article : 71 words
  33. MIGRANT REPATRIATED

    Mr. J. Cowan, the South Australian Minister of Immigration, stated on Thursday that the public would remember the case of a migrant who, ...

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  34. EXPLOSION OF ARSENAL AT OLIDA (LITHUANIA)

    In spite of Lithuanian secrecy it is believed that the explosion at the chief arsenal at Olida on August 2 was most serious. NIne persons were killed and ...

    Article : 67 words
  35. FEDERAL ELECTIONS

    Mr. E. G. Theodore, M.H.R., said on Saturday that it was amusing to hear that the Nationalist party intended to adopt the watchword of ...

    Article : 65 words
  36. SHOOTING OF AN ITALIAN

    A message from Woodend says that Andrea Pittinarci, who it is alleged was shot by another Italian on Thursday, was severely wounded in his tent ...

    Article : 125 words
  37. YOUNG WOMAN WOUNDED

    Moya Pearce (17) was admitted to St. Vincent's Hospital with a bullet wound in the chest. She told the police that she was in the kitchen of ...

    Article : 72 words
  38. BUS DRIVER INJURED

    When A. Adams was about to stars the engine of the Red Rose bus by means of the crank prior to the bus leaving the Jubilee Oval about 10.50 ...

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  39. FATHURST BUSINESS MAN FOUND DEAD AT HOTEL

    Mystery surrounds the death of Bert Golsoy, a well-known Bathurst business man, who was found dead in bed at an hotel where he was staying. ...

    Article : 59 words
  40. MISSING WOMAN FOUND

    Mrs. Elley Jackson (70) was found at 4 p.m. on Saturday by her dog whose barking attracted the attention of the search party. She has ...

    Article : 76 words
  41. DOGS ATTACK SHEEP

    A message from Adelong states that a mob of 600 full woolled merino wethers en route to Gilmore from Eurongilly were savagely attacked by dogs. ...

    Article : 52 words
  42. MR. BRUCE IN QUEENSLAND

    Mr. S. M. Bruce the Prime Minister. speaking at Brisbane stated that he had visited 161 townships in the Commonwealth to which no Prime ...

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  43. SAILOR FOUND INJURED

    James Robms (50), a sailro, is now an inmate of the Lidcombe Hospital. He was found lying oil the side of the roadway at Cabramatta on Saturday ...

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  44. GAOLBREAKER SENTENCED

    Auckland (N.Z.), August 6. John Buckley, who escaped from goal some time ago and was responsible for many daring exploits before he was ...

    Article : 91 words
  45. MOTOR CYCLIST'S DEATH

    White William March (27) was riding on a motor cycle on the Sydney road he dashed head on into a motor lorry driven by William Reid. March ...

    Article : 89 words
  46. Advertising

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    Advertising : 240 words
  47. Advertising

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    Advertising : 65 words
  48. THE NEW CHINA

    The Mayor of Pekin has issued orders that within three weeks the pigtails of male Chinese must be severed, and women under 30 must boh their hair ...

    Article : 55 words
  49. MOTOR CYCLIST INJURED IN COLLISION WITH BUS

    The corner of Montefiore Hill and Jeffcott-street, North Adelaide, was the scene of a serious accident on Sunday afternoon, when a motor cycle ridden ...

    Article : 134 words
  50. SURRY HILLS FACTORY SEIZED BY DETECTIVES

    Detectives on Friday seized a commodious Surry Hills facotry, and detained three men working there (says a Sydney message in the "Advertiser") ...

    Article : 111 words
  51. FUNERAL OF MR. W. Q. THOMAS

    Th funeral of the late Mr. William Quinton Thomas, whose death occurred at his late residence 86 Ryan-street. Railway Town, on Saturday ...

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  52. HOMING

    The West Broken Hill Homing Club flew its No. 2 Gumbowie race on Saturday last when 11 owners sent 46 birds. The returns were good and the ...

    Article : 62 words
  53. THE COLDEST NIGHT

    Saturday night was the coldest night experienced for the year, the temperature being 32 degrees. ...

    Article : 18 words
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