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

Friday, 3 August 1928

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"DANCING TIME" (61 words)

ADVICE TO SHOPKEEPERS (59 words)

AERIAL DOINGS TRANS-ATLANTIC FLIGHT CAPTAIN COURTNEY'S 'PLANE IS FORCED DOWN AT SEA AIRMAN RESCUED (A.P.A. Message.) London, August 2. (117 words)

AMUSEMENTS JOHNSON'S PICTURES (89 words)

ATHLETIC COMPPETITIONS TEACHERS FROM SYDNEY EN ROUTE TO ADELAIDE (174 words)

AUSTRALIA'S BAD DAY Amsterdam, August 2. (189 words)

BANK HOLIDAY ON MONDAY (35 words)

BEAM WIRELESS PROFIT ON BRITISH SERVICES London, Ansnist 1. (75 words)

BOXING WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP AI ANY BOXERS ARE READY FOR ELIMJNATION CONTESTS New York, August 1. (145 words)

BOYCOTT OF A SHOPKEEPER FOR SELLING UNDER RIVALS Melbourne, Friday. (61 words)

CITY BUS SERVICE COUNCIL CALLS APPLICATIONS FROM TAXIS AND BUSES RETURNABLE NEXT TUESDAY ORDINANCES AND, BEGULATIONS MUST BE CARRIED OUT (341 words)

CITY ROBBERIES SAFEBLOWERS AT WORK IN HILL'S GROCERY STORE CASH AND TOBACCO TAKEN (495 words)

CONCERT AT TOWN HALL (62 words)

COURT DISMISSES APPEAL IN RORGERY CONVICTION Melbourne, Friday. (89 words)

CYCLING MORGAN-STREET CYCLING CLUB MEETING LAST NIGHT (253 words)

FORMER UNION ORGANISER 6A0LED FOR EMBEZZLEMENT TWO YEARS HARD LABOR. (181 words)

GENERAL HAPPENINGS MRS. HINCHCLIFFE'S CLAIM London, August 1. (127 words)

INDUSTRIAL LOCKOUT IS AVERTED IN LANCASHIRE MILLS ACKLEY JOINS UNION (A.P.A. Message.) London, August 2. (91 words)

JUBILEE OVAL SPEEDWAY (51 words)

KILLED BY MOTOR CAR Adelaide, Friday. (49 words)

KINGSFORD SMITH SOUTHERN CROSS LIKELY TO GO TO MELBOURNE Sydney, Friday. (47 words)

LENARD'S PICTURES (113 words)

MAN WITH THROAT CUT Adelaide, Friday. (99 words)

MITCHAM TRAGEDY DEAD WOMAN'S HUSBAND FINED FOR ASSAULT CHEERED BY CROWD IN COURT Melbourne, Friday. (327 words)

MORGAN-STREET HANDICAPS (192 words)

N.Z. CROSSING FATALITY MOTOR PASSENGER KILLED AND TWO OTHERS INJURED Wellington (N.Z.), August 3. (48 words)

ORIGIN OF MEIT WAR THE THIRD INSTALMENT OF BRITISH DOCUMENTS London, August 1. (142 words)

PALAIS DE DANSE (114 words)

POLAND AND LITHUANIA MANY BORDER INCIDENTS POLAND APPREHENSIVE (A.P.A. Message.) Warsaw, August 2. (82 words)

SOCIAL AT SMITJH'S HALL (148 words)

SOUTH AUSTRALIA FIRE DESTROYS SHOP Adelaide, Friday. (75 words)

SPORTING AMSTERDAM OLYMPIAD 2000 METRE SCULLS EASY WIN FOR PEARCE Amsterdam, August 2. (118 words)

STATEMENT BY MR. LANG LONGER HOURS AND LESS WAGES PREDICTED BY EX-PREMIER Sydney, Friday. (134 words)

STDNEY COUNCIL COAL CONTRACTS INQUIRY OPENED THIS MORNING MISCONDUCT OF OFFICERS ALLEGED By COUNCIL Sydney, Friday. (273 words)

STORM IN JAPAN THE WORST FOR IS YEARS AND LASTED THREE DAYS (A.P.A. Message.) Tokio, August 2. (89 words)

THE UNEMPLOYED POSITION ON THE COAL FIELDS OUTLINED TO THE FKEMIER INDUSTRY OVERMANNED PREMIER SAYS SUGGESTIONS WILL GET CONSIDERATION Sydney, Friday. (564 words)

VICTORIA BOYS FIND EXPLOSIVES Melbourne, Friday. (48 words)

WOUNDED WITH KNIFE PENSIONER ARRESTED Rockhampton, Friday. (74 words)

£43 WORTH OF CIGARS STOLEN FROM SEPPELTS WAREHOUSE (121 words)

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THE METAL MARKET LEAD, £21 A TON (99 words)

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