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Barrier Miner (Broken Hill, NSW : 1888 - 1954)

Thursday, 27 November 1924

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A NEW APPOINTMENT BY BRITISH GOVERNMENT London, November 25. (50 words)

A TEAM IN AFRICA RAIN DELAYS PLAY (Reuter's Message.) Capetown, November 26. (93 words)

ART EXHIBITION WORK OF LOCAL ARTISTS ON VIEW AT TOWN HALL (551 words)

BOXING (374 words)

BREACH OF PROMISE AWARD Sydney, Thursday. (48 words)

BRITAIN AND RUSSIA SOVIET PRESS IS SILENT REGARDING BRITISH NOTES (The "Times" Message.) London, November 25. (92 words)

BRITAIN AND UNITED STATES A GOOD UNDERSTANDING A GUARANTEE FOR PEACE VIEWS OF SIR ESME HOWARD (Reuter's Message.) Vancouver, November 26. (180 words)

BRITISH TROOPS FOR EGYPT REPORT IN ALEXANDRIA OF TWO SAILORS MISSING (Reuter's Message.) Cairo, November 25. (94 words)

CHILD EMIGRATION TRIBUTES TO MR. FAIRBRIDGE (Reuter's Message.) London, November 26. (149 words)

CLOTHES FOUND NEAR CHURCH Sydney, Thursday. (61 words)

DEATH OF A CHILD INQUEST DISPENSED WITH (128 words)

DOMINION PREFERENCE MR. BRUCE HAS NO NEWS Melbourne, Thursday. (107 words)

EGPYTIAN PARLIAMENT ADJOURNED FOR MONTH (Reuter's Message.) Cairo, November 25. (22 words)

EGYPTIAN CRISIS NEW PREMIER OF EGYPT WANTS PEACE WITH BRITAIN ALIVE TO RESPONSIBILITIES (The "Times" Message). London, November 25. (123 words)

ENGLISH CRICKETERS ENGLISHMEN FOR QUEENSLAND Sydney, Thursday. (31 words)

FREMANTLE DECISIONS Fremantle, Thursday. (121 words)

FRENCH PRESS HARPING ON LEAGUE OF NATIONS (Reuter's Message.) London, November 26. (121 words)

FULL FROM A SCAFFOLD TWO WORKMEN INJURED (304 words)

GENERAL CABLES CHARLIE CHAPLIN MARRIED (Reuter's Message.) Vancouver, November 25. (43 words)

HOMELESS WITH EIGHT To the Editor. (150 words)

INTERNATIONAL SOCCER SOUTH AFRICANS DEFEATED London, November 26. (36 words)

KEW ASYLUM INQUIRY FINDING OF COMMISSIONER Melbourne, Thursday. (170 words)

LOCAL RACING CUP CARNIVAL DATES (92 words)

M'DONALD STILL AT LARGE Sydney, Thursday. (53 words)

MALOJA SAILS FOR LONDON Sydney, Thursday. (16 words)

MINE WORKERS INJURED (90 words)

MORGAN-STREET SCHOOL PLAYGROUND IMPROVEMENTS (241 words)

MURDER IN SICILY SIMILAR TO CHICAGO CASE (Reuter's Message.) London, November 25. (167 words)

NATHUSIUS CASE GENERAL IS PARDONED BY FRENCH GOVERNMENT (Reuter's Message.) London, November 25. (63 words)

NEW SOUTH WALES MAN KILLED BY TRAIN Sydney, Thursday. (50 words)

NO SERIOUS SUGGESTION OF FRENCH INTERVENTION (The "Times" Message.) London, November 26. (153 words)

OVERSEAS MAILS (100 words)

PERSONAL (173 words)

PRICE OF MEAT INCREASES IN NEW YEAR REGARDED AS LIKELY (243 words)

PUBLIC TANKS OFFICER'S INSPECTION (99 words)

RESULTS OF THIS SEASON. (32 words)

S.A. v. N.S.W. S.A. TEAM MAY ARRIVE LATE Melbourne, Thursday. (91 words)

SHIPPING TROUBLE MARINE STEWARDS DECIDE TO MAN MORETON BAY Sydney, Thursday. (122 words)

SOCIETY DIVORCE SUIT QUARREL IN SICK ROOM (Reuter's Message.) London, November 24. (310 words)

SPORTING PURSER DISQUALIFICATION COURT CASES ADJOURNED HEARING FIXED FOR DEC. 3. Melbourne, Thursday. (188 words)

STATION PROPERTY SOLD 9/9 AN ACRE PAID TO-DAY FOR COUNALPIE STATION (203 words)

SYDNEY MATCH ATTENDANCES TAKINGS TOTAL £7497. Sydney, Thursday. (41 words)

THE HOSPITAL To the Editor. (884 words)

THE YALLOURN MURDER SON-IN-LAW OF VICTIM TO BE TRIED FOR MURDER Melbourne, Thursday. (126 words)

WORK AT CENTRAL SCHOOL READY AT END OF JANUARY (80 words)

Detailed lists, results, guides

SHEFFIELD SHIELD VICTORIA v. S. AUSTRALIA VICTORIA WINS BY 8 WICKETS Melbourne, Thursday. (683 words)

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