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

Tuesday, 4 November 1924

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ACCIDENT AT RACECOURSE (86 words)

ACCIDENT AT SOUTH BLOCKS (63 words)

ACCIDENT TO TRAIN PROMINENT HORSES ABOARD NONE WAS INJURED Melbourne, Tuesday. (150 words)

BRITAIN AND RUSSIA OPTIMISM IN MOSCOW REGARDING THE TREATY ("The Times" Message.) London, November 2. (131 words)

CIVIL WAR IN CHINA. ARMISTICE IS OBSERVED DURING PEACE NEGOTIATIONS (Reuter's Message.) Shanghai, November 3. (40 words)

COLLISION IT SEA. MASTER OF FERRY FINED £30. Sydney, Tuesday. (81 words)

COMMONWEALTH LOAN. STATEMENT BY MR COLLINS Sydney, Tuesday. (81 words)

DEAD ON RAILWAY LINE Sydney, Tuesday. (32 words)

DEATH OF MR. W. E. LEE (95 words)

DUTCH AIRMEN'S FLIGHT. ARRIVAL AT CONSTANTINOPLE (Reuter's Message.) London, November 2. (57 words)

EMPIRE EXHIBITION. WHOLE EMPIRE BENIFITS ("The Times" Message.) London, November 1. (134 words)

FATALITY AT SHELTERS. MAN KILLED BY DRAY Port Pirie, Tuesday. (93 words)

FLOODS IN BRITAIN. SEVERE DAMAGE REPORTED 15 HOURS' CONTINUOUS RAIN (Reuter's Message.) London, November 2. (76 words)

GERMAN ELECTIONS. NATIONALISTS MAY GAIN AND CONTROL THE POLICY (The "Times" Message.) London, November 2. (119 words)

GERMAN GENERAL C[?]OLED. FIVE YEARS' IMPRISONMENT FOR STEALING FURNITURE (Reuter's Message.) London, November 3. (76 words)

GERMAN REPARATIONS CONTROL OF ARMAMENTS EVIDENCE TO BE SUPPLIED TO ALLIES' COMMISSION (The "Times" Message.) London, November 1. (146 words)

LEVEL CROSSING FATALITY. 16-YEAR-OLD VICTIM Melbourne, Tuesday. (33 words)

MANY PARTS OF FRANCE ARE REPORTED AS FLOODED (Reuter's Message.) London, November 2. (71 words)

NEW SOUTH WALES. INJURED IN A COLLISION Sydney, Tuesday. (54 words)

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PASSENGERS IN DANGER CARRIAGE BREAKS INTO FLAMES Melbourne, Tuesday. (93 words)

SAILING SHIPS. A GERMAN INVENTION REDUCES WORKING COSTS (Reuter's Mesage.) London, November 3. (156 words)

STAND BY WAS INJURED WRENCHED OFF HIND LEG Melbourne, Tuesday. (59 words)

THE LABOR PARTY. BALMAIN LABOR SELECTION Sydney, Tuesday. (50 words)

THE MELBOURNE CUP. To-day's Big Race. Won by Backwood (327 words)

THE WORLD FLIGHT. MAJOR ZANNI GIVES UP PORTS ICEBOUND (Reuter's Message.) Tokio, November 3. (83 words)

TO-DAY'S RAINFALL THUNDERY CONDITIONS PREVAIL LOCAL FALL 26 POINTS (164 words)

TRAIN POWER PLANT FAILS TRAFFIC IS DISORGANISED ON WAY TO FLEMINGTON SERVICE-IS LATER RESTORED TO RELIEF OF AUTHORITIES Melbourne, Tuesday. (155 words)

WOWAN IN COMMAND OF A RUSSIAN SHIP. SKIPPER DISAPPEARED (Reuter's Message.) London, November 2. (56 words)

WU PEI-FU GOING SOUTH (Reuter's Message.) Shanghai, Novemher 3. (35 words)

Detailed lists, results, guides

INTERSTATE CRICKET. SHEFFIELD SHIELD MA[?]H VICTORIA v. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. TO-DAY'S PLAY. VICTORIA, EIGHT FOR 303 Adelaide, Tuesday. (314 words)

RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS. QUARTERLY RETURNS ISSUED Sydney, Tuesday. (74 words)

STATE REVENUE. FIGURES FOR OCTOBER Sydney, Tuesday. (102 words)

THE RACING. Melbourne, Tuesday. (568 words)

WILLIAMSTOWN CUP FIRST ACCEPTANCES Melbourne, Tuesday. (189 words)

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