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  2. More Hot Weather Records Shattered 111 DEGREES AT 3.15 p.m.

    AND STILL WEATHER RECORDS CONTINUE TO BE BROKEN! Today's maximum temperature of 111 degrees at 3.15 p.m. constitutes a record for the season... makes the ninth successive century for the ...

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  3. JOE HALL WINS ON FOUL

    ALEFT rip to the groin, a right to the body, and Joe Hall collapsed—fouled in the second round by Johnnie Hutchinson, an American negro, at the West Melbourne Stadium on Saturday night. ...

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  4. PASSING OF MR. ALBERT MORRIS

    ACAREER of outstanding' botanical service ended today with the death at Warrawee Private Hospital of Mr. Albert Morris, of Railway Town. No keener student of botany could be found anywhere in the ...

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  5. LEARN TO SWIM

    AFTER 10 days of 'instruction the Christmas Vacation Swimming School conducted by the Education Department will close ...

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  6. Record For This Season

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  7. Rome Visit Of Mr. Chamberlain ITALIAN PRESS INTERESTED

    THE Rome correspondent of, the "Times" says that the Italian press is taking a tremendously keen interest in the visit ...

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  8. Shield Cricket Queensland Out For 336

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  9. ReleasedCouple Reach England From Russia

    LONDON, January 8.—Mr. and Mrs. Brian Grover, who were allowed to leave Russia on Thursday through the personal intervention of M. Stalin, ...

    Article : 209 words
  10. Little Chance Of Change

    New South Wales.—Warm to hot and sultry generally, with scattered rain in the eastern divisions; variable winds, ...

    Article : 56 words
  11. OLD PALACES VISITED

    BOMBAY, January 8.—Age-old palaces, including the famous Amber Palace at Jaipur, have.been visited in the last few days by the 35 boys from ...

    Article : 77 words
  12. THROWN FROM CAR WOMAN DEAD

    BENDIGO, Monday.—Thrown from her husband's car when it came into collision with a utility truck at the intersection of McCrae and Arnold ...

    Article : 85 words
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    Ansett Airways Ltd., through their local agents, H. M. Mullins, 383 Argent-street, today announced a new concession fare applying on their air ...

    Article : 59 words
  14. Rome-BerlinLondon Triangle

    LONDON, January 8.—The Rome correspondent of the "NewsChronicle" (Liberal) says that reliable sources in Rome suggest that ...

    Article : 133 words
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    The Mayor (Ald. G. Lambert) spent the week-end in camp with the Broken Hill boys at Victor Harbor. He left on Friday night and will ...

    Article : 30 words
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  17. COMPARISONS "FAVOR" BROKEN HILL

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  18. Swimming Nakama Forced To Show Best

    SYDNEY, Monday.—At the opening night of the State Amateur Swimming championship carnival at North Sydney Olympic Pool on ...

    Article : 310 words
  19. Boy's Camp Has "Nurse" For Children

    THE Mayor of Broken Hill yesterday visited the boys' holiday camp with a half a dozen prominent business men, and were entertained at dinner by the camp chief and his staff. Those present at the dinner were Alderman G. Lambert, Mayor of Broken ...

    Article : 517 words
  20. COMMONWEALTH BANK TO BE REMODELLED

    It was announced today that the Broken Hill branch of the Commonwealth Savings Bank in Chloridestreet is to be remodelied to bring it ...

    Article : 125 words
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    HOBART, Monday.—Accosted by two men, one of whom had a scarf round his face, Victor Henry Stingle, aged 20 years, of Catley-street, ...

    Article : 69 words
  22. Advertising

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  23. MEN INJURED

    Anastas Dines, miner, of 56 Crystalstreet, received lacerations to the left wrist while working at the North mine to-day he was taken in the ...

    Article : 87 words
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    KANSAS CITY (U.S.), January 8. —Deprived of liquor and locked in a house by his wife, a man'drank bay rum shampoo, ammonia, rubbing ...

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    CHRISTCHURCH (N.Z.). January 8. —Kevin J. Coaldey, a. trainee Dilot, escaped when the bottom of his aeroplane cut through two 16-gauge high ...

    Article : 53 words
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