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  6. WELSH TRIBUTE TO TRIUMPHANT WARATAHS

    SPEAKING at the dinner given by the Welsh Rugby Union to the victorious Waratahs, the president, Mr. Horace Lyne, said, "You have taken iti out of us more than any other overseas' side, and your football was played in the ...

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  7. FROTH-BLOWERS CARRY HUGE BURDEN

    "BEER DRINKERS pay £84,000,000 a year. This burden demands relief." SUCH was the conclusion of the ...

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  8. SNOWDEN AS PREMIER

    IN a slashing attack on the Balwin Government, which will appear in to-morrow's "Daily Express," Mr. H.G. Wells says that the one chance for salvation for Britain is a coalition between the Liberal and Labour ...

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  9. ALLAYS WAR ALARM

    The Under-Secretary, to the Foreign Office, Mr. G. Locker-Lampson who says the Government has had no confirmation of ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  10. TO MARRY BEAUTY

    General Chiang Kai Shek, former commander-in-chief of the Nationalist armies in China, who is to marry Mayling Soong, ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  11. NEW "LIZZIE" WILL BE A BEAUTY

    MR. HENRY FORD to-day publishes throughout the United States a statement regarding his new car. In part, this statement ...

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  12. WEDDING BELLS DROWN WAR'S ALARMS

    THE forthcoming marriage of Chiang Kai Shek, former Commander-in-Chief of the Nationalist armies with Mayling Soong, sister-in-law ...

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  13. N.Z. SWIMMER

    L. L. Kronfeld, N.Z., champion swimmer, arrived by the Maungenuis to-day to take up his residence in Sydney. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  14. DON'T MISS THESE NEW CONTESTS

    TWO new competitions, of interest to all and carrying big prizes, will be announced in next Sunday's issue of the "Sunday News." ...

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  15. NO WAR CLOUD TO MAR GENEVA

    THE tension between Poland and Lithuania was the subject of questions in the House of Commons to-night. ...

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  16. TIN SHORTAGE

    THE Under-Secretary of the Overseas D.H.Hacking, informed a questioner in the Commons ...

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  17. WINE SMUGGLING

    FRENCH Customs detective have discovered that French and Spanish wines have been smuggled into Germany by the trainload. ...

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  19. MURDER MYSTERY

    THE mysterious murder of two middle-aged men, found at different times in the woods at Bitty-Montingny with wounds in the throat. ...

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  20. CARS FOR AUSTRALIA

    The Ford Motor Co., Australia, announces that details regarding the new car will be announced through the press in Australia. The company's ...

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  21. AS ARTIST SEES BRIDGE

    "Dewss Poinl, from Kirrtbilli, lazy; [?] One of many fine paintings new being exhibited in the [?] Galleries. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  22. BOUGHT FOR GALLERY

    This color study, which Mr. G.W. Lambers has called "[?] and Other Stimulates," has been purchased for the Art Gallery. It-is [?] at an exhibition in the [?]. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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