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

Monday, 13 August 1928

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"SING 'EM MUCK" DAME BUTT'S LAST WORD (A.P.A. Message.) London, August 11. (110 words)

ADDRESS BY MR. BRUCE IN MELBOURNE CHURCH Melbourne, Monday. (96 words)

AGED WOMAN'S LEG BROKEN WHEN STRUCK BY MOTOR CAR Adelaide, Monday. (55 words)

AN INFLUX OF FOREIGNERS IN ENGINEERING TRADE Sydney, Monday. (89 words)

ARRIVAL IN PERTH THE JOURNEY FROM POINT COOK COVERED IN 23¼ HOURS Perth, Monday. (109 words)

ASSAULT IN LEIGH-STREET Adelaide, Monday. (82 words)

ATTEMPT BY A COY TO WRECK EXPRESS TRAIN AN ARREST MADE Hobart, Monday. (71 words)

BANDIT IN PARIS JEWELLER'S SHOP SHOOTS PROPRIETOR DEAD AND IS SHOT BY POLICE (A.P.A. Message.) Paris, August 10. (272 words)

BRITISH FLYING BOATS ARRIVAL IN BRISBANE Brisbane, Monday. (29 words)

CENTRAL RESERVE MEETING (39 words)

CITY BUS SERVICE DECISION OF TAXI DRIVERS TO JOIN UP WITH THE W.I.U. (211 words)

CITY COUNCIL PROSECUTION (73 words)

COLLISION AT SEA BOTH VESSELS DAMAGED (A.P.A. Message.) London, August 11. (67 words)

COLLISION OCCURRED DURING DINNER HOUR WOMEN WERE CALM London, August 11 (143 words)

CONFERENCE IN BRISBANE OF REAL ESTATE AGENTS CODE OF BUSINESS ETHICS Brisbane, Monday. (62 words)

DEATH OF AN INFANT CORONER OPENS INQUEST (174 words)

DOGS POISONED (53 words)

ESCAPEE FROM GAOL RE-ARRESTED IN PERTH AT LARGE SINCE MARCH, 1927. Perth, August 12. (67 words)

FEDERAL ELECTIONS ASSISTANT CAMPAIGN OFFICER CHOSEN BY LABOR PARTY Sydney, Monday. (33 words)

FEDERAL POLITICS WIDE BAY BY-ELECTION TO BE HELD ON SEPTEMBER 22 Brisbane, Monday. (46 words)

FILM CENSORSHIP BOARD NEARLY 1000 APPLICATIONS FOR THE TWO POSITIONS Canberra, Monday. (47 words)

FROM HOSPITAL TO GAOL WOUNDED PRISONER MOVED Sydney, Monday. (41 words)

GAS POISONING CASE PERTH WOMAN FOUND DEAD Perth, Monday. (75 words)

GLASGOW CIVIC RECEPTION TO FRENCH NIVAL MEN BLOCKED BY LABOR MEMBERS London, August 9. (70 words)

INDUSTRIAL POSITION IN CANADA "BLUE RUIN" TALK BY POLITICAL LEADER Vancouver, August 8. (186 words)

ITALIAN CANE FARMER IS FATALLY WOUNDED POLICE ARE INQUIRING Brisbane, Monday. (84 words)

KINGSFORD SMITH SOUTHERN CROSS DEPARTS ON THE FLIGHT TO PERTH Melbourne, Monday. (81 words)

LIQUOR REFERENDUM PROHIBITION SERVICE AT CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH (392 words)

MADMAN ATTACKS DOCTOR AND MIDWIFE SHOT BY THE POLICE (Special to "The Miner.") New York, August 9. (140 words)

MAN AND WOMAN WOUNDED IN EAST SYDNEY HOUSE POLICE MAKE ARRESTS Sydney, Monday. (209 words)

MAYOR REPLIES TO ATTACK AT UNEMPLOYED MEETING (84 words)

MEESKE DEFEATS KAUFFMAN IN WRESTLING MATCH Adelaide, Monday. (81 words)

MELBOURNE WOMAN WOUNDED STATEMENT BY HUSBAND Melbourne, Monday. (89 words)

MILK FOR UNEMPLOYED (47 words)

MINISTER WILL ATTEND TO NEEDS OF COUNTRY TOWNS Sydney, Monday. (58 words)

MISSING TEACHER'S BODY FOUND AT BAIRNSDALE RECOVERED FROM RIVER Melbourne, Monday. (48 words)

MOTORING ACCIDENT TWO PERSONS INJURED (187 words)

MOTORIST MISTAKES ROAD AND CRASHES INTO QUARRY Adelaide, Monday. (101 words)

MR. THEODORE'S ADDRESS TO REID A.L.P. COUNCIL Sydney, Monday. (95 words)

OUTBACK COLLECTIONS (55 words)

POSITION IN VICTORIA GOVT EXPENDITURE £421,510 TO JUNE 30 (129 words)

PROSPECTOR MISSING IN CENTRAL AUSTRALIA MURDERED BY BLACKS IS REPORT TO THE POLICE Adelaide, Monday. (93 words)

READERS' COLUMN (36 words)

REV. T. E. RUTH'S CRITICISM Sydney, Monday. (108 words)

REVOLT IN BRAZIL REPORTED AT PARAGUAY FROM FRONTIER TOWN (A.P.A. Message.) Vancouver, August 11. (57 words)

RUSSIAN WINE CO.'S LOSSES TWO DEATH SENTENCES Moscow, August 9. (87 words)

SHOOTING WITH INTENT CHARGE AGAINST COFFEY Sydney, Monday. (46 words)

SOUTH AUSTRALIA PRIVATE INQUIRY AGENT WOUNDED AT NORWOOD Adelaide, Monday. (88 words)

STATE PARLIAMENT MAY MEET ON SEPTEMBER 11 Sydney, Monday. (26 words)

STOLEN MOTOR CAR WRECKED TWO OCCUPANTS INJURED ONE OF THEM SERIOUSLY Sydney, Monday. (112 words)

THE UNEMPLOYED RELIEF WORK MEN WANTED WEDNESDAY FOR M'CULLOCH PARK FENCE (75 words)

TRAGEDY ON STATION HALF-CASTE IS SHOT DEAD FOLLOWING AN ARGUMENT Brewarrina, Monday. (217 words)

TROPICAL STORMS IN U.S.A. HEAVY PROPERTY DAMAGE (A.P.A. Message.) Atlanta (Georgia), August 11. (63 words)

UNIONISM AND J. R. PROCTOR (381 words)

UNIONISTS FINED ACCEPTED ADVERTISED WORK WITHOUT CONSULTING UNION (113 words)

WOMAN STOWAWAY IS SENT TO PRISON A NOTORIETY SEEKER London, August 6. (165 words)

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