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  4. Rain Pleases State Farmers

    Rain over much of the State last night and today has brought general rejoicing, particularly in the north, where anxiety had been increasing because the grass was beginning to dry off and farmers were unable to begin ploughing. ...

    Article : 834 words
  5. Black Magic In W.A. Bush

    The victim of an overwhelming superstition. Connie, the runaway wife of a Broome native sailor, has mysteriously died at ...

    Article : 416 words
  6. Mine Or Torpedo To Blame

    Was it a mine or torpedo that blew a hole in the bows of the H.M.S. Hunter, killing eight of her crew and injuring 24 ...

    Article : 498 words
  7. Training Sloop Berths At Port in Wet Weather

    Blue jackets, protected from drizzling rain by picturesque sou'-westers and oilskins moved about the deck as the Royal Australian navy sloop Yarra slid to its berth at Darling Wharf. Port Adelaide, today—its first visit here ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 398 words
  8. Flight To See Match

    Veteran of wartime combats, and of many thousands of miles of flight in Australia, the oldest. Diane in commission, a DH9. ...

    Article : 179 words
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    SIR KAISER SHUMSHER JUNC, of the Nepalese mission to England, on his way to Buckingham Palace to confer on the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 72 words
  10. Man Plane In Trouble

    MELBOURNE, Saturday.—After having been lost in the air for about half an hour today, a Victorian Interstate air mail Diane, flying from ...

    Article : 213 words
  11. Italy At Top; Riding For Fall Now

    THAT Italy was at its zenith as a nation, and was riding for a fall, seemed to be the general opinion in Europe, according to Mr. ...

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    Billy Meeske (Australia) defeated Fred Atken (New Zealand) by one fall to none in an eight-round Wrestling bout at the City Baths tonight ...

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  13. Fine Sunday Is Forecast

    The weather tomorrow should be chiefly fine with perhaps a light shower or two. The Government Meteorologist ...

    Article : 39 words
  14. Could Have Made Pact

    NEWCASTLE, Saturday.—Leaders of the delegation from the Rylands strike committee to the compulsory conference yesterday disclaimed ...

    Article : 124 words
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  16. Police Greys Enjoy Freedom After Coronation Celebrations

    AFTER HAVING BEEN GROOMED TO PERFECTION for their part in Adelaide's coronation celebrations, some of the magnificent police greys, with races postponed, enjoyed a day off today. The freedom of the grazing paddocks on North terrace was theirs and they indulged in mud baths to their hearts' content. When a staff photographer took this picture, the greys were feeding contentedly, no whit ashamed of ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  17. Tim Went Too

    When his master was arrested at Unley today, Tim, a Border collie, decided to go along and see fair play. The tram conductor ...

    Article : 89 words
  18. All Ready For Full Resumption

    MELBOURNE, Saturday.—All is ready for the resumption of full operations at the State coal mine, Wonthaggi, at midnight tomorrow. ...

    Article : 124 words
  19. 14-Ft. Dinghy Adrift in Gulf

    Somewhere in the Gulf of St. Vincent is a 14-ft racing dinghy, which slipped its moorings at Port Vincent last night and has not been seen since. ...

    Article : 73 words
  20. New Dances For Australia

    On his way to Melbourne to give demonstrations of the latest London dances for Miss Jennie Brennan, Mr. Rory McDirmot, of London, passed ...

    Article : 78 words
  21. Fancies For Coronation Cup

    The main attraction at Morphettville on Monday will be the Coronation Cup, run over a mile and a half, in which Donaster will endeavor to complete ...

    Article : 138 words
  22. Glad They Don't Have To Wash Muddy Pants

    IT was between a slither and a slide in the middle of the Adelaide Oval at the football match this afternoon. "Thank goodness." said one ...

    Article : 310 words
  23. Five Stolen Cars Recovered

    Five motor cars, stolen from the city and suburbs during the week have been recovered. From only one car was a loss reported. ...

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  24. Falls Between Rail Car and Platform

    Early today Douglas Radford. 17, of Belair, fell from a railcar passing through Long Gully Station, and was twirled round between the platform ...

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    BRISBANE, Saturday.—The Governor of Queensland (Sir Leslie Wilson) and Lady Wilson took off from the Argherfield Aerodrome at 8 a.m. today ...

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