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  5. WORLD AWAITS NEWS OF HINCKLER'S FATE

    THERE is growing anxiety, in the absence of news, for the safety of Beat Hinckler and Captain Macintosh. Up till Midnight they had been absent 60 hours. Their petrol would have been exhausted after 45 hours of ...

    Article : 377 words
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  7. 60 HOURS SILENT

    Bert Hinckler, who, with Capt Macintosh, set out on a long distance fight, and from whom no word has been heard for more ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  8. "4 SECONDS WARNING"

    "I SAW two puffs of steam from the Tahiti, and heard two blasts of her whistle. The collision occurred four or five seconds later." Captain Blakeney, of the tug Bimbi, gave that evidence to-day ...

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  9. "NEWS" DIVIDEND

    THE Board of Directors of S. Bennett, Ltd., decided yesterday afternoon to recommend to the annual meeting of shareholders, to ...

    Article : 53 words
  10. BEGINS BIG FLIGHT

    Sir Alan Cobham, who, with Lady Cobham, act off from London yesterday on his flight to South Africa. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  11. ROW IN COMMONS

    INTERVIEWED to-night regarding yesterday's scene in the House of Commons, when Labor members refused to give Sir Philip [?] Lister ...

    Article : 138 words
  12. BRITAIN KEEN ON ANTI-WAR MOVE

    THE suggestion of our opponents, that we are insincere in our desire for a general limitation of armaments, is untrue. The suggestion ...

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  13. CYCLONE RAGES NEAR WHITE HOUSE

    ACCOMPANIED by terrific lightning and rainstorm, a cyclone struck the city this morning, and did tremendous damage. ...

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  14. ROBBERY AT POST OFFICE

    Thieves cut open two safes in the post office in Castlereagh street near Park-street. last night. While the detectives investigated this morning the office was closed to the public and one of the staff placed on guard. Cash totalling £200 was stolen. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  16. COBHAM LEAVES

    The largest all-metal flying boat in the world. in which Sir Alan Cobham is making a 20,000 miles' circuit of Africa, took off from the river ...

    Article : 341 words
  17. GILES STILL TARRIES

    Captain F. A. Giles has postponed the start of his fight across the pacific unit to-morrow. After the 'plane had been wheeled ...

    Article : 67 words
  18. LONDON'S IMPRESSION OF RANDWICK TOTE

    A QUAINT [?] of Sydney is conveyed by a photograph. featured In a London newspaper to-day. It shows the counter of the ...

    Article : 70 words
  19. AIR TRIPS FOR PRIZES

    Buyers of [?] who are [?] a battle to which is attached a special price coupen, become [?] to a 20 [?] world trip over Sydney. The [?] Miller, the first to enjoy the experience, saying as [?] to the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  20. FIRST CAPTIVE ON MALAITA

    The first of the dozen natives captured in the expedition against the Molaitans, who murdered two white officials and a number of native constable, is shown in the centre of this trio. The man on the right is a native policeman, the one on the left a member of an island ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  21. FOR MOVIE FILM

    THE American producer, Mr. Ceeil de Mille. has purchased the film rights of "The Sentimentalists." the latest book by the Australian author, ...

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  22. IN FATAL SMASH

    The death is announced, following a motor bus accident in County Antrim, of Mr. James Ballance, brother of the former Prime Minister of ...

    Article : 36 words
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