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  4. ALBANY 345pts. BUNBURY 3pts. Southern Downpour

    While Albany was being, deluged with 345 points of rain in the 24 hours ending 8 a.m. today, Bunbury received ...

    Article : 117 words
  5. EUNICE HORNBY MARRIED

    Miss Eunice Hornby, pretty Bridgetown girl, who was in the news last June, was married this week to Mr. Thomas ...

    Article : 130 words
  6. War Havoc In Perth?

    Planes roaring over Perth! You saw them on Wednesday skimming the tops of buildings, the ...

    Article : 240 words
  7. Swim Tomorrow —Maybe?

    Surfers needn't give up hope yet. According to Mr. A. G. Akeroyd, Commonwealth meteorologist, it will be fine in the metropolitan area tomorrow, while ...

    Article : 103 words
  8. MEN BURNED WHILE WE HAD FLOODS

    Two men were burned to death in this charred sedan while trying to escape from the bushfires in the Glendale district of Victoria. (Photo by today's Westland, which was delayed by floods and washaways). ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. Recruiting Perks Up

    By midday today half the required number of recruite for this State's militia quota had been obtained. ...

    Article : 128 words
  10. "AND I DON'T LIKE YOU EITHER," SHE TOLD THE INSPECTOR

    VIVACIOUS AND PRETTY ALICE NICHOLAS, with her quick retorts to cross examination, provided a bright spot in the Arcadia case in the Police ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  11. Sudden Death At Two-Up

    An eighty-year-old prospector after spinning five heads and winning about £100 at the Kalgoorlie two-up, a ...

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  12. CROSSING COLLISION SEQUEL

    An unusual writ has been issued out of the Supreme Court by Edith May Mead against the Commissioner for Railways. She claims damages for the death ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  13. Vandalism!

    VANDALS HAVE SMASHED UP A CONCRETE PITCH BETWEEN COTTESLOE AND MOSMAN PARK ON RAILWAY PROPERTY ON THE ...

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  14. HALF WAY MARK REACHED TODAY

    Western Australia's militia recruiting reached half the quota today. Picture shows Warrant-officer E. V. Quirk (centre) busy on enlistments today at the central depot at Murray's buildings, where over 150 volunteers have been accepted since Wednesday. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  15. Kalgoorlie Mines Reopen Monday

    Residents of Kalgoorlie and Boulder today are hopeful that the threat of further floods is diminishing. ...

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  16. They Forget!

    Before the speeches began at the opening of the new power station last night, Sir Keith Smith, the chairman, asked that guests should ...

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  17. Eric Welch's Car Plunges Into River

    After driving a friend home to Albert Park early this morning, Eric Welch, well-known radio sporting ...

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  18. Hitch Hiked In The Black Maria

    Mr. Cliff Gibson, former Crown Prosecutor, received an urgent call to the Police Station today to defend a woman on a shoplifting charge. Time was pressing and when he hurried form his offices. there wasn't a taxi in sight. Just at that moment the Black Maria ...

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  19. The Man In The Lift

    In a crowded lift in a city store, a lady noticed some-unusual going on. Actions of someone immediately ...

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  20. Trains Normal Again

    "NORMAL RUNNING HAS BEEN RESUMED ON ALL LINES" WAS THE REPORT FROM THE W.A.G.R. TRANSPORT OFFICE THIS MORNING. ...

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  21. Ticket To Melbourne Stolen

    While Nita Sarah Ellismith of Forrest House was inspecting the municipal land for sale at Floreat Park yesterday afternoon. shie left her handbag containing ...

    Article : 56 words
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