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  4. "I KNEW NOTHING MORE ABOUT IT"

    The jolting of the motor car when the front wheels struck a hole in the road, and threw him forward on to the steering wheel, rendering him unconscious, was the real cause of the tragic motor smash near Narrogin on the night of May 8 last. This was the defence put ...

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  5. FRONTIER INCIDENT

    Messrs. F. A. Dwyer and N. C. Nelson, Sydney lawyers figured in a lively incident at Chaisso, on the Swiss-Italian frontier. ...

    Article : 103 words
  6. THEIR LAST RESPECTS

    From the time the doors of St. Stephen's Church, Phillip-street, opened at 8 a.m. today, an unending stream of people filed through the church past ...

    Article : 188 words
  7. LEAGUE OF NATIONS

    The Foreign Secretary (Mr. A. Henderson) announced in the House of Commons today that the British delegates at the next meeting of the League of ...

    Article : 125 words
  8. WHOLESALE BAPTISM

    There were remarkable scenes at the Strand Theatre, Cessnock, last night during the baptism by immersion of 63 converts by Mr. Van Eyk, South African ...

    Article : 517 words
  9. VICTORIA'S CHAMPION FOOTBALLERS

    There was a large attendance of football enthusiasts at the central railway station this morning to welcome the members of the Victorian team, who ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  10. WHEAT PROBLEM

    While in Melbourne recently, the Leader of the Country Party (Mr. A., Thomson) intended to he present at a conference of wheat producing interests ...

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  11. BOOTH LEFT NOTHING

    The late General Booth left practically nothing beyond his uniform and personal clothing, an intimate friend told the "Manchester Guardian." ...

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  12. PERSONAL

    The Leader of the Country Party (Mr. A. Thomson, M.L.A.) returned today from a private visit to Melbourne. The death occurred in London ...

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  13. AFTER THE BALL

    A motor car left King's Park-road and crashed into a tree in the early hours of this morning. Capt. Alexander L. M'Gregor, of Harold-street. Mount ...

    Article : 128 words
  14. G.N. HURDLES

    Probable riders in the Grants National Hurdle Race are:—Valbee (W. McInnes), Kentle (E. Webster), Adsum (H. Cairns), Cobranveil (T. Butler), May ...

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  15. RELATIONS WITH SOVIET

    Questioned in the House of Commons today regarding the resumption of diplomatic relations with Russia, the Foreign Secretary (Mr. A. Henderson) said that ...

    Article : 177 words
  16. CATCHING BRUMBY PONIES

    "We wanted to go out riding and catch some 'brumby' ponies," declared one of two small boys, one aged ten and the other eleven years, who were ...

    Article : 189 words
  17. HOTEL DEPOSIT CLAIM

    In the Supreme Court today the Chief Justice, Sir Robert M'Milian, reserved his judgment in the case in which Anthony Pavletich, a Jugo-Slav ...

    Article : 90 words
  18. TENNIS

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  19. MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE

    The maximum temperature in the city today was 62 degrees. ...

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  20. STOP PRESS

    Whilst working in a trench in King William-street, South Adelaide, today Leslie Badcock (26) and James Lawson (40) were buried by six tons of ...

    Article : 164 words
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    VISITING VICTORIAN FOOTBALLERS Members of the team photographed upon their arrival today. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  22. TRAFFIC ARRANGEMENTS

    As fine weather conditions seem assured for the interstate football match at Perth Oval tomorrow, Police Traffic Branch is preparing to handle a record ...

    Article : 121 words
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