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  2. Three Of Family Killed In

    A MAN and his son and daughter were killed when a private aeroplane crashed on Yeppoon Beach, near Rockhampton, Queensland, to-day. The pilot and his sister were seriously injured. ...

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    GETTING WELL down to earth, and well on her way towards gaining a parachutist's licence, Miss Jean Burns ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  4. POWER OF REPLACE LOCAL AUTHORITIES

    The Statutory Authorities Administration. Bill, which gives the Government power to take action against local authorities guilty of default, mismanagement or neglect in the execution of their duties, and to set up commissions in their stead, passed the Legislative ...

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  5. DRAMATIC RESCUE FROM OLD MINE SHAFT

    Two mine managers figured in the dramatic rescue of an injured boy from the bottom of an old mine shaft to-day, when they ...

    Article : 193 words
  6. KILLING CHARGE DISMISSED

    PERTH (W.A.), Thursday.—When Luji Mazzoletti (48) was charged today with having unlawfully killed Terence Maddigan (48) by running over ...

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  7. UNLAWFUL ARREST

    SYDNEY, Thursday. — A Supreme Court jury to-day awarded £150 damages against David Jones Ltd. for unlawful arrest and malicious ...

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  8. MANUFACTURE OF ARMAMENTS

    An assurance that the Government intended to expand rather than curtail its own munition-making plants throughout Australia was given in the House of Representatives to-night by the Minister for Defence (Mr. Thorby) when replying to ...

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  9. MURDER OF SYDNEY WOMAN

    A missing shoe, hat, handbag and gloves may prove vital in the solution of the murder of Mrs. Dudley O'Brien, known in Sydney ...

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  10. SHIPS DELAYED BY FOG

    After an anxious voyage through fog, sometimes so thick that the water could not be seen, and with two other ships dangerously close, ...

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  11. RAPID PROGRESS

    CANBERRA, Thursday. — Rapid progress has been made by the House of Representatives with the Government's brief legislative programme, and ...

    Article : 89 words
  12. New Coins for Xmas Trade

    With the approach of Christmas the Royal Mint stuff is working at top pressure making £120,000 worth of florins, and also more ...

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  13. OBSOLETE STAMPS

    CANBERRA, Thursday. — Obsolete 1½d. chocolate-colored postage stamps were still used occasionally on envelopes, and were being accepted by the ...

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  14. Child Burned to Death

    Valda Oliver (2) was burned to death, and her fathor, William Henry Oliver (28), terribly burned in trying to rescue her early ...

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  15. Violent Electrical Storm

    People were thrown to the ground and stunned, buildings shaken and a schoolhouse chimney demolished in a violent electrical ...

    Article : 111 words
  16. Eyen The Judge Smiled

    "It is the wrath of God," somebody exclaimed, when an explosion interrupted proceedings in the Supreme Court to-day. ...

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  17. MURDER OF NEWCASTLE WOMAN

    SYDNEY, Thursday. — A reward not exceeding £200 was offered to-night by the Government for information leading to the arrest and conviction of ...

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  18. LIKES JOB ON LONELY ISLAND

    After Davine spent only the first few weeks of his three months' term on lonely Elcho Island as control officer at No. 2 pearling ...

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  19. Name of Federal Capital Territory To Be Changed

    THERE is more in a name than many people think, as witness the case of the territory for the seat of Government. Known, coloquially for many years as the Federal Capital Territory, it is proposed to enact legislation ...

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  20. ELECTION EXPENSES

    CANBERRA, Thursday. — Candidates at a Federal election are liable to a fine of not more than £100 or imprisonment for six months if they ...

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  21. MISSING DRIVER TURNS UP

    While police in the country and city searched for Gordon H. King (35), who was reported to have disappeared after leaving Jeparit ...

    Article : 312 words
  22. "MYSTERY ANIMAL"

    MELBOURNE, Thursday. — If the assumption of a Tasmanian visitor is justified, Mornington residents need have no fear of the large mystery ...

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  23. "DOCTORS SHOULD BE NATIONALISED"

    CANBERRA, Thursday. — The medical profession should be nationalised, the right of private practice abolished, and all doctors made the ...

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  24. ACTION FOR DAMAGES FAILS

    MELBOURNE, Thursday.— John Clemenger, of Mulgoa street, Brighton, a former Davis Cup tennis player, was the defendent to-day in an action for ...

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  25. "CAN ELIMINATE SUNDAY LIQUOR TRADING"

    Commenting to-day on the new licensing law, which provides heavy penalties for those who trade in liquor on ...

    Article : 155 words
  26. PROTECTION FOR LOCAL INDUSTRIES

    Resolutions from the annual Chamber of Manufactures conference last August were submitted to the Ministers to-day, and it was ...

    Article : 163 words
  27. PACIFIC AIR SERVICE

    The pan-American survey 'plane, Clipper, will leave Honolulu on its second trial flight, reaching New Zealand on December 19. After a ...

    Article : 143 words
  28. NO DOUBLE PENSIONS FOR CHRISTMAS

    CANBERRA, Thursday. — Because the concession would cost nearly £600,000 the Government could not accept the suggestion that old-age and ...

    Article : 135 words
  29. COUNCIL FOR DEFENCE

    CANBERRA. Thursday.—The Opposition leader in the Federal Parliament should be made a permanent member of the Council for Defence, said Mr. Street ...

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  30. EQUIPMENT FOR AIR MAIL SERVICE

    CANBERRA, Thursday. — Orders valued at more than £35,000 will be placed in Australia immediately for launches and other equipment for the ...

    Article : 126 words
  31. AN INTERESTING LEGAL POINT

    ADELAIDE, Thursday. — Whether failure to ask an accused person to plead guilty or not guilty in a court of summary jurisdiction invalidates the ...

    Article : 116 words
  32. Anti-Italian Demonstration Stopped

    BRISBANE, Thursday. — A large body of police to-day stopped four women and a man who walked near the Italian Consulate carrying a ...

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  33. Japanese Luggers Well Looked After

    DARWIN. Thursday.—The three Japanese luggers which have been arrested by the Northern Territory Administration, and for whose return ...

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