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

Monday, 6 August 1928

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"SCOTTY" M'RAE'S FAILURE TO BREAK CYCLING RECORED (112 words)

A FOOTBALL SQUABBLE VISITING RUGBY TEAM CRITICISED AT A DINNER (61 words)

AERIAL DOINGS TRANS-ATLANTIC FLIGHTS RESCUE OF POLISH AIRMEN (A.P.A. Message.) Berlin, August 5. (102 words)

ALSATIAN DOGS DEPENDED BY SOCIETY (270 words)

BELLEVUE HILL TRAGEDY ARGUMENT ABOUT INCREASE OF SENTENCE ON ACCUSED Sydney, Monday. (105 words)

BUS DRIVER INJURED (80 words)

CLARA BUTT'S BIOGRAPHY ADVICE MELBA GAVE HER BEFORE AUSTRALIAN TOUR "SING 'EM MUCK" London, August 5. (163 words)

DEATH IN BATHROOM Adelaide, Monday. (36 words)

DIAMONDS AND A CAR RIDE WOMAN'S STORY OF ASSAULT BY MAN IN A MOTOR CAR Melbourne, Monday. (139 words)

DOGS ATTACK SHEEP OVER 200 KILLED Sydney, Monday. (52 words)

EXCEPTIONAL STURT PEA (105 words)

EXCITEMENT AT PORT SAID BEFORE CANAL TRIP BEGAN Port Said, August 5. (96 words)

EXPLOSION OF ARSENAL AT OLIDA (LITHUANIA) NINE KILLED, 60 INJURED TREACHERY SUSPECTED (A.P.A. Message.) London, August 5. (67 words)

FATALITIES AND ACCIDENTS POLICE CONSTABLE INJURED BY MOTOR AT RANDWICK DRIVER ARRESTED Sydney, Monday. (71 words)

FATHURST BUSINESS MAN FOUND DEAD AT HOTEL Sydney, Monday. (59 words)

FEDERAL ELECTIONS MR. THEODORE ON WATCHWORD OF THE NATIONALIST PARTY Sydney, Monday. (65 words)

FLOODS IN SIBERIA OVER 10,000 HOMELESS Shanghai, August 2. (119 words)

FUNERAL OF MR. W. Q. THOMAS (121 words)

FUR FARMING OPPOSITION OF PASTORALISTS TO FARMING OF RABBITS Sydney, Monday. (109 words)

GAOLBREAKER SENTENCED THREE YEARS EXTRA GAOL (91 words)

HOMING (62 words)

INDUSTRIAL FEDERAL ATTORNEY-GENERAL ON INDUSTRIAL DISPUTES Melbourne, Monday. (83 words)

LADY ALDA CASE To the Editor. (1131 words)

LIQUOR REFERENDUM PARADE OF RECHABITES AT SALVATION ARMY HALL (214 words)

MAN DISCHARGES A GUN IN AN ADELAIDE STREET ARRESTED BY POLICE Adelaide, Monday. (132 words)

MIGRANT REPATRIATED NOW WANTS TO COME BACK (513 words)

MISSING WOMAN FOUND TRACED BY HER DOG Melbourne, Monday. (76 words)

MOTOR CYCLIST INJURED IN COLLISION WITH BUS Adelaide, Monday. (134 words)

MOTOR CYCLIST'S DEATH DRIVER OF A MOTOR LORRY ARRESTED AFTER ACCIDENT Albury, Monday. (89 words)

MR. BRUCE IN QUEENSLAND EXTENSIVE TRAVELS Brisbane, Monday. (39 words)

MR. D. MURRAY, M.L.A., DEAD Sydney, Monday. (89 words)

NEW ZEALAND RELIGION IN SCHOOLS N.Z. HILL IS REJECTED ON THE SECOND READING Auckland (N.Z.), August 4. (45 words)

POSTAL VOTE CERTIFICATES ARE NOW AVAILABLE (249 words)

RAZOR SLASHING ANOTHER MELBOURNE GASE Melbourne, Monday. (123 words)

SAILOR FOUND INJURED Sydney, Monday. (49 words)

SHOOTING OF AN ITALIAN COUNTRYMAN ARRESTED Melbourne, Monday. (125 words)

SINGAPORE DOCK ARRIVAL AT PORT SAID London, August 2. (116 words)

SOUTH AUSTRALIA FIRE DAMAGES SHOP Adelaide, Monday. (58 words)

STATE POLITICS SOME OF THE PROVISIONS OF NEW ELECTORAL BILL Sydney, Monday. (64 words)

STRANDING OF DAUNTLESS LIEUTENANT-COMMANDER GUILTY OF NEGLIGENCE (A.P.A. Message.) London, August 5. (78 words) [illustrated]

SURRY HILLS FACTORY SEIZED BY DETECTIVES (111 words)

THE COAL INDUSTRY MR. CHARLTON'S SUGGESTIONS Sydney, Monday. (75 words)

THE COLDEST NIGHT (18 words)

THE NEW CHINA PIGTAILS AND FOOT BINDING FORBIDDEN IN PEKIN Pekin, August 2. (55 words)

TRAVELLERS' DINNER ATTORNEY-GENERAL SPEAKS OF INDECENT PUBLICATIONS RAIL COMMISSIONER REFERS TO COMPETITION OF MOTORS Sydney, Monday. (220 words)

TROUBLED CHINA SHANGHAI ATTRACTIONS UPSET A MEETING Shanghai, August 3. (100 words)

UNREST IN YUGO-SLAVIA AN EDITOR MURDERED (A.P.A. Message.) London, August 5. (74 words)

VICTORIAN TRANSPORT MELBOURNE GEELONG BUSES DELICENSED BY GOVERNMENT Melbourne, Monday. (57 words)

YOUNG WOMAN WOUNDED MAN ENTERED KITCHEN WITH GUN IN HIS HAND Melbourne, Monday. (72 words)

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