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  2. MISS LOWRY'S CHANNEL SWIM

    The Channel Swimming Association has informed Miss Sunny Lowry, of Manchester, that it will not grant an official recognition of her feat in ...

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  3. PRINCE'S PHOTO. UNVEILED

    When the Governor (Sir Leslie Wilson) unveiled an autographed photograph of the Prince of Wales at the Royal Queensland Golf Club ...

    Article : 143 words
  4. IN BRISBANE CHURCHES

    "How many legislators in Queensland —in Australia—will be found this day worshipping in a Christian church?" asked the Rev. Norman Millar at St. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. THREE ARRESTS IN BRAWL

    More disturbances occurred at Barmera yesterday, when the fruitpickers were spending their weekly pay in the town. Trouble occurred in a betting ...

    Article : 104 words
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  7. UNIONISTS' WIVES ORGANISE

    Described as something new in Australian trade unionism, the Australian Railways Union last week formed a women's auxiliary, which is composed ...

    Article : 205 words
  8. BURLEIGH BEACH PATROL

    It was announced to-day that a conference of ratepayers at Burleigh Heads would be held early this week, with a view to arranging for a public ...

    Article : 197 words
  9. STUNG BY FISH

    For three hours, while friends sought assistance, George Nuss, of Stratton Street, Valley, suffered agony from what is believed to have been a sting ...

    Article : 180 words
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  12. SUIT LENGTHS STOLEN

    Suit lengths valued at £30 were removed from a show case in M'Donnell and East, Pty., Ltd., George Street, city, on Saturday night. A constable on duty ...

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  13. THEFT OF JEWELLERY

    Thieves who entered the home of Mr. Albert Williams, at the corner of Shirley Road and Adelaide Street. Clayfield, on Saturday night, reinoved jewellery valued ...

    Article : 61 words
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