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  2. State Retains Two Football Stars

    Keith Dunn, Magarey Medallist of last season, has rejected an offer to play with Carlton in the Victorian League this season, It is reported that A. Wundersitz, Start and ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 744 words
  3. Where Eggs are Used for Money:

    Eggs are used for money at Yundi, near Mount Com­pass, where 18 unemployed married men with their families are happily settled on blocks of from 12 to 30 acres. Poultry raising is their main occupation, each man hav­ing 40 laying hens and 240 white Leghorn pullets. Money is naturally scarce, as the families still draw their fortnightly rations, so eggs are the general currency, as rum was in early Sydney. ...

    Article : 735 words
  4. Boy Scouts Clamber Around Old Gun at Fort Glanville

    AFTER THE PATHWAY Of HONOR had been unveiled at Kurbingai (formerly Fort Glanville) by the Governor today, these boy scouts ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 75 words
  5. PLANS FOR VISIT BY GOVERNOR

    SPENCER Gulf towns at which the] Governor and Lady Hore-Buthven will call while on the gulf trip in the Moonta at the beginning of March ...

    Article : 539 words
  6. MRS. MELROSE ENTERTAINS HER FRIENDS

    THE clipped lawns at Bishop's Court made a charming setting late this afternoon for the party with which Mrs. Alex. J. Melrose and Mrs. Guy. Makin ...

    Article : 741 words
  7. CONFLICT IN BANK BOARD STATEMENTS

    Surprise has been caused in Premiers' Conference circles by statements published in a section of the press attributed to ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 505 words
  8. BETTORS WALK OUT

    The inadequacy of a telephone description of the running of a race to, satisfy betting shop patrons was conclusively demonstrated today. In a ...

    Article : 528 words
  9. TAILORED SUITS A FEATURE

    Tailored suits were the most interesting feature of the dressing at Caulfield afternoon, the second day of the autumn meeting. They provided a happy ...

    Article : 299 words
  10. NEW ZOO SITE FAVORED FOR CENTENARY

    Support for the suggestion that Adelaide's Zoological Gardens should be transferred from their present site to the foothills and converted into a landscape ...

    Article : 457 words
  11. TWO THEORIES IN FRENCH JUDGE'S MURDER

    PAIRS, Saturday.—People are sating why the murderers of M. Albert Prises, an Appeal Court judge, were apparently determined to give the crime such ...

    Article : 113 words
  12. Record Broken In Police Court

    Thirty-five cases were either adjourned or dealt with in as many minutes in the Adelaide Police Court today. This eclipsed all previous records. ...

    Article : 145 words
  13. DANCE HALLS BEGIN SEASON

    "Dancing tonight." Although the dancing season does not officially open until the middle of March, a number of clubs and dance halls will ...

    Article : 208 words
  14. Family Notices

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    Family Notices : 661 words
  15. FIRST BOWLERS FOR CARNIVAL

    The first contingent of interstate bowlers to take port in the Australian bowline carnival, beginning in Adelaide on March 5. will arrive on Monday. The ...

    Article : 127 words
  16. Governor Unveils B,P,'s Footprints at Old Fort

    "It is well that the coming generation of scouts and cube should have before them the footprints of a man like Lord Baden-Powell in whose footsteps every ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 290 words
  17. NO GIFT WHEAT FOR CHINA FROM CANADA

    OTTAWA, Saturday.—The Minister of Trade and Commerce (M. Stevens) stated in the Home of Representatives that the Canadian Government gave serious ...

    Article : 79 words
  18. Involuntary Prisoner Lived on Goat's Flesh

    HOW he had lived on goat's flesh, smoked tea leaves until they made him Bick, and how the "intolerable isolation" frayed, his nerves to breaking ...

    Article : 396 words
  19. MONEY AFFAIRS MENTIONED AT MURDER INQUEST

    SYDNEY, Saturday.—Evidence at the, inquest at Wagga into the death of Percy Smith, whose body, wrapped in bagging, was found in the Murrumbidgee River ...

    Article : 126 words
  20. POPULATION INCREASES

    MELBOURNE, Saturday.—Australia's population increased by 52,395 to 6,656,912 persons in 1933, and for the first time since 1928 migration contributed to the ...

    Article : 89 words
  21. Advertising

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    Advertising : 75 words
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