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

Thursday, 9 August 1928

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A GIRL ASSAULTED ATTACKED BY TWO MEN IN MAITLAND DISTRICT SYdney, Thursday. (78 words)

AERIAL DOINGS GENERAL HAPPENINGS FRENCH BOMBER CRASHES FOUR MEN KILLED (A.P.A. Message.) Paris, August 8. (46 words)

AMSTERDAM OLYMPIAD MORE SWIMMING RESULTS CHARLTON IS PLACED (A.P.A. Message.) Amsterdam, August 8. (127 words)

ATTEMPT TO BREAK MOTOR SPEED RECORD NOT ON JUTLAND SANDS (A.P.A. Message.) Copenhagen, August 8. (62 words)

ATTEMPTED BRIBERY MAN AT DOG RACE MEETING ARRESTED BY POLICEMAN Sydney, Thursday. (100 words)

BROADCASTING CONCERTS WILL DISAPPEAR SAYS VISITING MUSICIAN Melbourne, Thursday. (48 words)

CANBERRA LIQUOR POLL PUBLIC CONTROL LEAGUE FORMED AT THE CAPITAL Canberra, Thursday. (59 words)

CAPTAIN AMUNDSEN SEARCH TO CONTINUE TILL END OF AUGUST (A.P.A. Message.) Oslo, August 8. (40 words)

COLD AT MOUNT MORGAN FOWLS FROZEN TO PERCH (81 words)

FILMS IN INDIA NO BRITISH PREFERENCE Calcutta, August 6. (97 words)

FLOODS IN CHINA THOUSANDS ARE DROWNED IN THE YANGTZE VALLEY Shanghai, August 8. (71 words)

FURTHER RESULTS A WIN FOR PEARCE IN SCULLING RACE (A.P.A. Message.) Amsterdam, August 8. (166 words)

GLEBE MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS VICTORY FOR THE "REDS" IN A.L.P. SELECTION BALLOT Sydney, Thursday. (45 words)

HOME FOR DEFECTIVES PROPOSALS IN W.A. Perth, Thursday. (57 words)

HOMEBUSH HOTEL RAIDED BY MEN WHO STOLE LIQUOR POLICE MAKE THREE ARRESTS Brisbane, Thursday. (61 words)

IMPURE LITERATURE PROTEST MADE IN SYDNEY BY COUNCIL OF CHURCHES Sydney, Thursday. (116 words)

INJURED WHILE WRESTLING Adelaide, Thursday. (49 words)

INTOXICATE LIQUOR AT ADELAIDE DANCE HALLS POLICEMEN NOW ATTEND Adelaide, Thursday. (88 words)

ITALIA SURVIVORS POPE RECEIVES PRIEST Rome, August 6. (67 words)

KINGSFORD SMITH ALL ARRANGEMENTS MADE FOR THE EAST-WEST FLIGHT Sydney, Thursday. (31 words)

MARRIED WOMAN'S DEATH FELONIOUSLY SLAYING IS CHARGE AGAINST WOMAN Sydney, Thursday. (108 words)

MINERS' FEDERATION COUNCIL AGAIN CONSIDERS POSITION ON COAL FIELDS Sydney, Thursday. (38 words)

MONOPLANE CRASHES DURING A TEST FLIGHT MECHANIC IS KILLED AND THREE OTHERS INJURED (A.P.A. Message.) Paris, August 8. (56 words)

NO DIAMONDS FOUND IN SUNKEN STEAMER SAFE CONTAINED ONLY £10. (A.P.A. Message.) London, August 8. (92 words)

OVERSEAS TRADE MINISTER FOR MARKETS SAYS DEPARTMENT JUSTIFIED Sydney, Thursday. (58 words)

PASSPORT SYSTEM ABOLITION IS URGED Newcastle, Thursday. (48 words)

PORT LINCOLN TRAGEDY ACCUSED DECLARED INSANE AND SENT TO MENTAL HOME Adelaide, Thursday. (95 words)

PROHIBITED IMMIGRANT CHINAMAN REARRESTED ON RELEASE FROM GAOL Perth, Thursday. (112 words)

RAILWAY WORKER KILLED COLLISION AT CROSSING WITH A CAMEL WAGGON Perth, Thursday. (55 words)

S.A. TRADE WITH BROKEN HILL COMMISSIONER'S REPORT REGARDING PRODUCE Adelaide, Thursday. (158 words)

SEQUEL TO SHOOTING IN YUGO-SLAV PARLIAMENT CROATIAN LEADER DEAD Belgrade, August 8. (35 words)

SLAUGHTER OF PIGS LOSSES BY BREEDERS BECAUSE OF SWINE FEVER Sydney, Thursday. (77 words)

SOUTH AUSTRALIA MAN FOUND DEAD. Adelaide, Thursday. (53 words)

STATE POLITICS DECISIONS OF THE CABINET ON FAIR RENTS BILL Sydney, Thursday. (101 words)

SUICIDE AND MURDER HUSBAND AND HIS WIFE ARE POUND DEAD IN BED Perth, Thursday. (76 words)

SUNKEN SUBMARINE THE FINAL MESSAGE FROM THE TRAPPED CREW (A.P.A. Message.) Rome, August 8. (185 words)

SYDNEY COUNCIL MALING WRITES TO PRESS SAYING HE IS TAKING REST Sydney, Thursday. (168 words)

SYDNEY SHOOTING CASE DRUNK WHEN HE WAS SHOT SAYS THE WOUNDED MAN Sydney, Thursday. (68 words)

THE HAMILTON SEAT MRS. MURRAY INVITED TO OFFER FOR SELECTION Sydney, Thursday. (67 words)

TLANE LEAVES RICHMOND EN ROUTE TO MELBOURNE Sydney, Thursday. (34 words)

TRAGEDY NEAR CAIRNS DEATH OF MAN CAUSED BY BLOW ON THE HEAD Brisbane, Thursday. (150 words)

VESUVIUS IN ERUPTION LAVA FORMS A LAKE 80 YARDS IN DIAMETER (A.P.A. Message.) Naples, August 8. (91 words)

VICTORIAN POLITICS DEBATE IN THE ASSEMBLY ON NO-CONFIDENCE MOTION GOVT. EXPECTS TO WIN Melbourne, Thursday. (94 words)

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INTERSTATE TEMPERATURES Adelaide, Thursday. (56 words)

THE METAL MARKET LEAD, £21 1/3 A TON (97 words)

THE WEATHER (91 words)

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