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  3. 17 DEAD: 74 INJURED IN U.K. TRAIN SMASH

    LONDON, August 10.—Seventeen people were killed and 74 injured when the Leeds express ran into the rear of another train Doncaster station. A dozen doctors worked all night setting bones and superintending blood transformed ...

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  4. FIRE DESTROYS SCHOOL

    These children look at the ruins of Northmead School (N.S.W.). The outbreak of fire is believed to have been caused by a short circuit. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. "BABY" PLANE FOR NON-STOP WORLD FLIGHT

    NEW YORK, Aug. 10.—The first attempt to fly non-stop around the world, refuelling from the air, will be made ...

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  6. CLAIM "BUILDING RACKET FLEECING EX-SERVICEMEN"

    SYDNEY, Aug. 10.—Fleecing of ex-servicemen by building racketeers has become so brazen that Federal authorities are ...

    Article : 98 words
  7. A.C.T.U. TALKS MAY MEAN UNION FIGHT

    MELBOURNE, August 10.—More than the ban on Dutch goods, ships, and aircraft, hinges on the Australasian Council of ...

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  8. CUSTOMS MEN SEIZE £5000 WORTH OF OPIUM

    SYDNEY, August 10.—Customs officers in the last few days seized the largest quantity of smuggled opium ...

    Article : 299 words
  9. Jews' Threat to Palestine Rail System

    LONDON, Aug. 10.—Reuter's Jerusalem correspondent says that police fought a running gun battle with three Jewish ...

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  10. ATOM QUERIES FOR RUSSIA

    NEW YORK, August 10.—Britain has prepared a list of key questions "for the highest authorities in Moscow to ...

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  11. "There'll Always Be a Railway"

    BRISBANE, August 10.—The Education Minister (Mr. Bruce) and the Railway Commissioner (Mr. Wills) clashed in their ideas on the future of transport at the ...

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  12. INDONESIA ACCEPTS AUSTRALIAN OFFER

    CANBERRA, August 10.—External Affairs Department officials here to-night received the text of a message picked up by the Department of Information's listening post to-day announcing Indonesian acceptance ...

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  13. THIEVES STEAL FROM CHURCH

    LONDON, Aug. 10.—The Associated Press Chartres representative says that thieves broke ...

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  14. MAN FOUND HANGING FROM FANLIGHT

    WARWICK, August 10.—With a strap around his neck, the body of Frederick Joseph Tunks was found hanging ...

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  15. 25 PER CENT CUT BY U.S.A. IN WOOL DUTY HINTED

    NEW YORK, August 10.—The "New York Times" London correspondent says that a final agreement in Geneva on a reduction of ...

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  16. "Missing" Wealthy Widow Found in Long Bay Gaol

    SYDNEY, August 10.—A missing 79-year-old woman, described as a wealthy widow, for whom the police have ...

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  17. LAST STEP IN WORLD FLIGHT RECORD ATTEMPT

    ANCHORAGE (Alaska), Aug. 10.—William Odom took off from Elemdorf Field at 4.46a.m., New York daylight time, for the ...

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  18. Special 'Plane to Carry Racehorses to be Built

    MELBOURNE, August 10.—A special aircraft for carrying racehorses is being constructed by the Government-owned ...

    Article : 150 words
  19. SLEEPING SICKNESS VICTIM DIES

    MELBOURNE, August 10.—Rite Argali, 25-year-old Mallee sleeping sickness victim, who became known as the ...

    Article : 131 words
  20. MAN DIES WHILE 'PHONING ABOUT WIFE'S HEALTH

    NEWCASTLE, August 10—While telephoning a doctor about his wife's health, a man collapsed and died, in ...

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  21. RACEHORSE TRAINER DIES ON COURSE

    PERTH, August 10.—The excitement of seeing his mare, Meteor Girl, lead the field round the home turn in the last race at Belmont ...

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  22. THIEVES STEAL £1927 FROM CRICKET GROUND

    SYDNEY, August 10.—Thieves broke into the office of Morrison's Outdoor Catering Pty. Ltd., at the Sydney Cricket ...

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  23. U.K. STUDENTS WANT INQUIRY INTO SYDNEY ARRESTS

    LONDON, Aug. 10.—Reuter's says that the Student Labour Federation of Britain, which is under strong Communist calling ...

    Article : 83 words
  24. 30,000 IN CRUSH TO SEE WARSHIPS

    BRISBANE, August 10.—Thirty thousand men, women, and children crowded Brisbane wharves to-day to inspect the visiting British and Australian Navy carriers, cruiser, and destroyers in port. ...

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  25. Control Committee to Operate All Aust. Shipping

    SYDNEY, August 10.—A voluntary control committee will operate all Australian shipping when Government control ends on ...

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  26. POSSIBILITY OF MARRIAGE LOANS

    HOBART, Aug. 10.—The Social Services Minister (Sen. McKenna) admitted in Hobart last night that he was investigating ...

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  27. GOV.-GENERAL IN BRISBANE

    BRISBANE, August 10.—The official welcoming party to the Governor-General (Mr. McKell) missed its collective lunch, and ...

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  28. SON ON ATTEMPT TO KILL MOTHER CHARGE

    SYDNEY, August 10.—After Mrs. Janet Hopston Newton (64) had been shot at her home at Tamworth yesterday her-son, Alan Edward Clifton Newton (23) was arrested and charged with attempting to murder ...

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  29. INFANTILE PARALYSIS IN GREAT BRITAIN

    LONDON, August 10.—After steadily increasing figures in the part few weeks, the Ministry of Health announced that infantile ...

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  30. FOUR KILLED IN TRAIN EXPLOSION

    LONDON, August 10.—Reuter's Lahore correspondent says four passengers were killed and 20 were injured ...

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  31. PRINCE OBJECTS TO "TRUTH SERUM" TEST

    LONDON, August 10.—The British United Press Berlin correspondent says that Prince Ferdinand, the late Kaiser's ...

    Article : 120 words
  32. SAFEBLOWERS HAD NO SECRETS

    WELLINGTON, Aug. 10.—With a roar heard nearly a mile away, safeblowers detonated a charge plugged into the door of a ...

    Article : 76 words
  33. HOMES SPEED-UP TALKS

    CANBERRA, August 10.—Ministers and officials representing the Commonwealth and all States will assemble here to-morrow to attempt to hammer out a new plan to stimulate supplies of home-building materials throughout the country. ...

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  34. £30,000 JEWELLERY THEFT IN LONDON

    LONDON, August 20.—The "Evening News'" says that thieves took jewellery valued at £30,000 from the shop of R. W. Yeo Ltd., ...

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