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  4. FORECAST

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  5. BRITISH EMBASSY TURNS DEAF EAR TO GILES

    THE British Embassy at Washington has announced that it will take no official action regarding the request of Captain Giles for an inquiry to determine the weather conditions on the occasion of his recent flight. ...

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  7. CAROL NOW A MYSTERY MAN

    JUDGING by appearances at Prince Carol's residence at Neuilly, the death of M. Bratiano, the Rumanian ...

    Article : 107 words
  8. BACK TO CELLS AFTER PRISON MUTINY

    THE 1200 mutinous convicts at Polsom Prison, who defined an army of National Guardsmen and prison officials for twenty hours, ...

    Article : 173 words
  9. MUTCH VOTES WITH THE GOVERNMENT

    AMONG the few interesting things in yesterday's sitting of the Legislative Assembly was the fact that Mr. Mutch voted with the ...

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  10. THE NEXT WAR

    STARTLING prophecies regarding the next war were made by M. De Jouvenel in a message to the London War-Danger Conference. "I look forward to 1935 with dread," he said. "Those who ...

    Article : 163 words
  11. BICYCLE THAT FLIES

    This model of a bicycle that flies was shown at the inventors Exhibition at London. It is the invention of a Hungarian. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  12. MANY THEFTS

    HAULS of Jewellers and clothing were made by thieves in the suburbs yesterday. Premises in King-street, Newton, ...

    Article : 196 words
  13. FAILED TO CHARM

    THE strains of "La donna e mobile" from Verdis "Rigoletta." were floating in the air at South Keasington last night. ...

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  14. STORY OF CAROUSE ON STOLEN LIQUOR

    "THE CONDITION of these men," said Sergeant Dennis at the Central Court to-day, is due to a carouse upon liquor which we ...

    Article : 151 words
  15. TRUCKS CRASH INTO

    THREE trucks of coal which broke away from the gantry at the pithead of the mine at Culler Bullen careered madly down a mile ...

    Article : 109 words
  16. STOP PRESS

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  17. CASTE FORGOTTEN

    REPUTED to the second wealthiest woman in Germany Princess Sophie, who [?] the es-Kaiser's second son [?] [?] Freiderich. ...

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  18. U. S. CHALLENGE

    IT is announced that the United States will challenge in the American zone for the Davis Cup. The decision, which must be ...

    Article : 89 words
  19. TYRES BLEW OUT

    When the back tyres of a motor car blew out in East Melbourne early to-day, two men were thrown to the road way. They were Eric Lynch, 21, of ...

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  20. SOVIET FEELER

    [?] at Moscow [?] President of the Russian Republic, said that the Soviet [?] would not decline negotiations for the ...

    Article : 64 words
  21. TOURIST TRAFFIC

    MISS V.A. Roche, of the Hotel Australia staff, who returned to Sydney to-day by the Makura from a visit to New zealand, said that the idea of ...

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  22. KING OF TO YLAND

    At large as "Jessie" at Tenage park, this monster toy elephant, built by Farmer's, will makes his first appearance on Monday. A competition announcement will appear in to-morrow's "Sunday News." ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  24. M.C.C. TEAM'S TOUR

    IS the cricket match at Bloomfentien against the M.C.C. team, the Orange Free State eleven made 192 Commaille scoring 77 and Minogue 30. ...

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  25. GLOZEL ANTIQUITIES

    Archaeologists are stil undecided whether the prehistoric implements and inscriptions discovered at Glosel, the mountain village near Vichy, France, are genuine. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  26. CANTERBURY ELECTION

    IN the by-election at Canterbury, rendered necessary by the elevation of Mr. R. M'Neill to the Peeraga Sir W. Wayland, the Conservative ...

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