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  4. WORLD BULLETINS

    Surgeons operated on a printers apprentice named Gyoergyi Szabo (17). who, brooding over the loss of a sweetheart and to prove his love, set up her ...

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  5. WILL ENTERT AIN FOR THE FIRST TIME AS LADY MAYORESS TO-MORROW

    When she receives. Mrs. J. A. Lyons, the wife of the Australian Prime Minister (Mr. J. A. Lyons), Miss Sheila Lyons (his eldest daughter), Countess Haig and Lady Parkhill at the Mayoress' Parlor to-morrow morning, the Lady Mayoress of Perth (Mrs. J. J. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. Rebel Offensive Fails

    The Madrid correspondent of the "News-Chronicle" asserts that General Miaja's rout of the Italians has crippled the rebel attack indefinitely, postponed the fall of Madrid and swung the insurgents' onslaught round much as the Battle of the Marne ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. HIGH SCHOOL TRAGEDY

    A thousand weary olineld workers completed a search of the ruins of the New London High School for 425 dead, including fourteen teachers. One ...

    Article : 130 words
  8. Wealth in Wheat

    A new era of prosperity is being entered upon by Western Australian wheat farmers. If the existing price of 5/- per bushel holds good—and there is every indication that it will—an enormous cash return ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. WOMAN OF 81

    Mrs. Anna Johnson (81), who customarily shaved her crippled 91-yearold husband with a straight razor, slashed his throat, then hanged ...

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  10. THE FREE-DOM OF THE PRESS

    Daily Press item regarding the intervener in the Duke of Windsor-Simpson divorce decree: Mr. Stephenson is married and ...

    Article : 95 words
  11. TIPS FOOTBALL RESULTS

    Alexander Skinner Jackson, prominent footballer, is making big money on the idea of tipping football results. He started out with a small staff. The ...

    Article : 92 words
  12. SIT-DOWN STRIKERS

    Orders for the arrest of 6000 sitdown strikers in the Chrysler plant have been given. The Sheriff has only 120 deputies, and said he can do ...

    Article : 71 words
  13. FAT POLICEMAN

    In Summit, New Jersey, when PoliceSergeant Patrick J. Kelly collapsed at his desk, eight men were required to lift his 4291b. 6ft. 11in. bulk into an ...

    Article : 62 words
  14. MILLION ACRES THREATENED

    The problem of soil erosion is receiving serious attention from the Wheatgrowers' Union of New South Wales. Mr. E. L. Clayton, a ...

    Article : 78 words
  15. Initiation To-morrow

    To-morrow will be a red-letter day for the recently-married Lady Mayoress (Mrs. J. J. Poynton), who will be initiated into her official duties as the city's chief hostess when she presides over a reception to Mrs. J. A. Lyons, wife of Australia's ...

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  16. NINE MILLION GAS MASKS

    Nine million gas masks for the use of the people of London in time of emergency are to be stored in three large regional depots, one of which ...

    Article : 47 words
  17. STABBED FATHER

    In Manhattan, Bert Lascoff (20), ex[?]plained to the police that he woke from [?]a bad dream" to find that he had chased his father out of their bedroom. ...

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  18. BELGIUM'S KING

    Owing to difficulties in connection with the Anglo-Belgian, situation, King Leopold, on his own initiative, is visiting London for four ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 154 words
  19. A MESSAGE FROM MUSSOLINI

    Loyalist booty at Brihuega includes the following telegram from Mussolini to the Italian General Mancini: "I have just received aboard the Pola going to ...

    Article : 103 words
  20. STOLE TYPEWRITER

    In Denver City, Elmer Franklin McVay (47), who since 1911 has spent all but 39 months of his life in gaol, stole a typewriter. He pleaded that ...

    Article : 55 words
  21. PREPARATIONS FOR ANOTHER BATTLE

    Rebel troops in the Guardarrama sector probably do not exceed 35,000 of whom Italians in the line, despite inflated estimates of the victors, are ...

    Article : 122 words
  22. FACING CHARGE OF UNLAWFUL WOUNDING

    Evelyn Florence Burrows (42), remanded in the Central Police Court yesterday morning on a charge of unlawfully wounding her husband, Henry John ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  23. JOBLESS IN U.S.A.

    The National Industrial Conference Board, a research organisation supported chiefly by corporations, estimates the number of unemployed ...

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  24. COMPULSORY SALE OF SECURITIES

    The rebel autnorittes nave ordered the sale to them of all foreign currencies, international securities and gold now being held by nationals in ...

    Article : 84 words
  25. HADN'T BATHED

    In Beaver, Pennsylvania, after Mrs. John Fields had testified in a nonsupport suit that her husband "hadn't taken a bath for 15 years." Judge ...

    Article : 66 words
  26. EASTER PETROL Stock Up on Thursday— Garages Closed Good Friday

    Motorists are warned that all garages will be closed on Good Friday. idea, then, is to stock up on Thursday next when the ...

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  27. Why Wheat Prices Should Hold Good

    It is evident that at long last the tide has turned in favor of the wheat grower. The immutable law of supply and demand is operating ...

    Article : 368 words
  28. THE SMITH PROBLEM

    In Homerville, Georgia, a 24-year-old garage proprietor, William [?] Smith explained that his father had given him the name [?] to avoid mail mixups. ...

    Article : 54 words
  29. NON-INTERVENTION

    Visita were made to the Foreign Office yesterday by the French, German, Italian, Portuguese, and Russian Ambassadors. Each was informed that ...

    Article : 84 words
  30. A POPULAR DIGGER

    Who commanded the Desert Mounted Cor[?]s (which included the Australian Light Horse) in the Syrian and Palestine campaigns in the Great War. He ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 128 words
  31. Will Have Important Secretarial Duties to Perform

    Mr. H. T. Stitfold will have important secretarial duties to carry out during the absence from the State of Mr L. E. Shapcott, who is ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  32. CHEERS TO-DAY-SORE THROATS TO-MORROW

    Cheering on the swimming champions of one's school calls for strong throats and good lungs. These young ladies did not spare their vocal chords at yesterday's girls secondary school swimming sports at Claremont Baths. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 38 words
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