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  3. THE BAROMETER

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  5. DETECTIVE PIGGOTT GIVES EVIDENCE IN MURDER INQUEST ——See Page 7

    EVIDENCE of an astounding nature was given by Mrs. Russell, the respondent in the divorce petition brought by her husband, John Hugo Russell, Lord Ampthill's heir, who charge her with misconduct with Edger Jacquard Mayer. The co-respondent denies ...

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  7. FOREIGN EDITOR'S DIARY

    BRITAIN: The Labor Party's amendment that British, French, and Belgian Parilamentarians should meet and discuss the Ruhr ...

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  8. "CROOK" DRINKS

    Several of the Mrd-Western State Legislatures have passed or are considering Bills characterising the sale of intoricants causing ...

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  9. CUNO'S HOPES

    The War Office confirms the occupation by the French of eight towns, including Troisdorf. Wipperforth, remscheid, and Grafrath. ...

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  10. NIPPED IN BUD

    Advices from Germany report that a projected Monarchist revolutionary coup has been discovered at Munich. Many arrests of suspected persons ...

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    Samuels. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  12. BY FIVE STROKES

    In the annual professional open golf tournament at St. Augustine. Flerida in which 44 ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  13. A LAMENT

    Mr. Murdoch views with alarm the preference of the present generation for jazz rather than debating societies. Ah! shades of glib Demosthenes, ...

    Article : 146 words
  14. "LONELIEST MAN"

    The Coroner at Wa[?]inston described enry House [?] Indian Civil Servant, who dead [?] in a London betel as pass[?] the ...

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  15. NOW READY

    The new "WOMAN'S BUDGET," the best woman's paper in Australia, now ready. ...

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  16. EGYPT'S UNREST

    Field-Marshal Viscount Allenby has issued a proclamation that persons found guilty by Court-martial of possessing bombs and explorives will be ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  17. FORTUNE ASTRAY

    Money and values to the amount of £133,429 were found in postal article sent to the dead letter office as undeliverable. ...

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  18. "IN THE NAME OF FRANCE!"

    General Rampart, of the French Army, leaving the Town Hall in Essen, after having taken over the town in the name of the French Government because of Germany's failure to keep the reparation agreement. —Underwood and Underwood. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  19. FRENCH AND GERMAN

    A [?] in the public squares of Essen, the Ruhr, new in poss[?]sion of the French. A German vivle employees is being questioned by a French offlow. The German's forential and yet military bearing is [?]. —Underwood and Underwood. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  20. To-day's Forecast

    Chiefly fine, with passing clouds and moderate temperatures: S. E. to E. breexe; fresh and squally in afternoon. Unsettled at night or early to-morrow morning, and a ...

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  21. BOUND OVER

    The Chairman of the London Sessions holding there was no clement of fraud in ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  22. STOP PRESS

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  24. BLOWN TO PIECES

    Another bomb outrage is reported from Dublin. Detective Kelly was blown to pieces by the explosion of a land mine ...

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  25. HAUL OF GOLD

    A thief who operated swiftly, but surely, at the home of Arthur Hall, "Brantwood," New South Head-road, Edgecliffe, between 4 p.m. and 9.20 ...

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  26. "THEIR OWN PETARD"

    Three officers and three volunteers belonging to the Free State Army were blown to places by the explosion of a trap-mine consealed ...

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