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  2. Drowned Man Identified

    The body of the man who was found drowned in the sea at Middle Brighton on Sunday wits identified yesterday as Frederick Mervyn Timmings, aged 32 ...

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  3. Man Finds Wife's Body

    With a bottle containing poison lying near her, Mrs. Amy Elizabeth Jacobs, aged 23 years, of Hurtle street, Ascotvale, was found dead in the kitchen of her home by ...

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  4. CHEAPER RAIL FARES TO OUTER SUBURBS

    Beyond an assurance that its views would be placed before the Railways Commissioners, and, if necessary, before Cabinet, a deputation which sought a ...

    Article : 482 words
  5. MITCHAM TREES GAIN REPRIEVE OF AT LEAST TWO WEEKS

    The trees in While Horse road, Mitcham, over which a storm of protest was aroused when they were threatened with destruction, were reprieved last night for ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 217 words
  6. WOMAN'S BODY IN WATER

    SYDNEY, Monday.—An open finding was recorded to-day at the inquest into the cause of the death of Miss Constance Mary McRace, ...

    Article : 553 words
  7. Cheaper to Cycle

    A PRACTICAL example was cited by a member of a deputation which asked the Minister for Railways (Mr. Bussan) yesterday for ...

    Article : 121 words
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  9. POVERTY-STRICKEN UNIVERSITY

    BENDIGO, Monday.—The ViceChancellor of the University of Melbourne (Dr. R. E. Prfestley), addressing the Bendigo Commerce Club at its weekly ...

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  11. WELFARE OF ABORIGINES

    A conference to discuss the welfare of Australian aborigines will be held soon. The Minister for the Interior (Mr. Paterson) said yesterday that his department ...

    Article : 219 words
  12. ATTEMPT TO WRECK TRAIN

    Two sleepers placed on the railway line between Maryborough and Carisbrook stations were struck by a goods train early yesterday morning, but no damage was ...

    Article : 78 words
  13. PENALTIES OF £100,000

    SYDNLY, Monday.—An affidavit to-day in the High Court stated that, of the £143,506/19/3 claimed to be due and payable by Mr. Theodore Charles Trautwein. ...

    Article : 333 words
  14. Wife Murder Alleged

    BRISBANE, Monday.—Wilhelm Frederick Braner, aged 54 years, farmer, of Milbong, near Roadvale, was charged in the Boonah Police Court to-day with ...

    Article : 77 words
  15. University Freedom

    Sir,—Now that the Rev. A. Penry Evans handsomely admits the entire guiltlessness of the University in the matter of "antiGod communism," and makes it clear ...

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  16. CAR FALLS INTO RESERVOIR

    BACCHUS MARSH, Monday.—Arnold Moyle, aged 28 years, of San Remo, salesman for Brooklands Acccsborics Pty, Ltd., Lonsdale street. Melbourne, was drowned ...

    Article : 315 words
  17. TRADE DISPUTE WITH JAPAN

    Sir,—Every thoughtful Australian has read with pride the recent speech of our High Commissioner (Mr. Bruce) at a meeting of the league of Nationas ...

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  18. KENNEDY SEAT BY-ELECTION

    CANBERRA, Monday.—Although no decision has yet been made by the Speaker of the House of Representatives (Colonel Bell) regarding the date of the by-election ...

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